Tuesday, July 31, 2012

Where to Hide Your Trillions

What's that, you don't have several hundred millon or a few billion to stash in Rothschild approved overseas tax havens, so you don't have to pay your share of taxes?

What are you, some kind of bourgeois proletariat?

If so, don't read anymore, unless you want to make money the old fashioned way, by stealing.

You could run for Congress and use insider info to make tons of money off the stock market, but don't try that as a mere civilian, you might get arrested, but it's legal if you're part of the DC Wrecking Crew.

Or you could go to work for one of those Wall Street "Too Big to Fail" bankster outfits and steal trillions from America, like the bankers and their henchmen and women did back in the 1980's during the Savings and Loan failures or loot the economy clean during the mortgage backed security crisis, which just happened in a post 9/11 world, when many were to scared of bogus 'aL CIA Duh' boogieman to bother with watching Wall Street and their corrupt ways.

Nothing like a FALSE FLAG/INSIDE JOB to get people's minds off track.

Not to worry. The next president, Mitt "I want your sons and daughters to die for Israel" Romney will get matters straightened out.... Or maybe Ehud Barak Obama will give Wall Street a much needed kick in the ass..... after he does Israel's bidding and wipes Iran off the map.
Exhaustive Study Finds Global Elite Hiding Up to $32 Trillion in Offshore Accounts

A new report reveals how wealthy individuals and their families have between $21 and $32 trillion of hidden financial assets around the world in what are known as offshore accounts or tax havens. The actual sums could be higher because the study only deals with financial wealth deposited in bank and investment accounts, and not other assets such as property and yachts. The inquiry was commissioned by the Tax Justice Network and is being touted as the most comprehensive report ever on the "offshore economy." It also finds that private banks are deeply involved in running offshore havens, with UBS, Credit Suisse and Goldman Sachs handling the most assets.

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3 comments:

John Friend said...

$21-$32 trillion, that's all?! My guess would have been more than that, but who knows? They have stolen so much money for so long, it's off the charts.

The entire political, media, educational and banking establishment needs to be purged, completely. All of them arrested immediately, sent to Guantanamo for interrogation, and a complete seizure of all corporate media outlets. Sound like a plan?

Greg Bacon said...

The entire political, media, educational and banking establishment needs to be purged, completely. All of them arrested immediately, sent to Guantanamo for interrogation, and a complete seizure of all corporate media outlets. Sound like a plan?

Your being too kind. We need to set up about a dozen Guillotines on Wall Street and start giving away FREE haircuts.

Haircuts that will last a lifetime!!!

James Delaney said...

aspects of inconvenient history:

http://www.scribd.com/Huckelberry

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