Max Keiser: Bankers Killing Bankers for the Insurance Money & Another Look at 9/11

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Two big, macabre stories came out of Wall Street recently: the rash of banker deaths by apparent murder and/or suicide, and speculation that bank CEOs themselves are behind the trend to cash in on the insurance.
It turns out that banks take out life insurance policies on their employees, and those policies pay out death benefits to the banks – not the families. In other words, to add to the banks’ other crimes, they appear to also be involved in the “suicides” and deaths of their own, as a way to fatten their bottom line and bonuses.
Should we be surprised by this banker-on-banker death scam?  After all, wasn’t this what 9/11 was all about?
For some, the 9/11 story has faded into history and they consider it not terribly interesting anymore, but I think it’s important to keep in mind the ruthlessness of bankers on Wall Street today who are now apparently killing each other for the insurance money and who, we can now say with some certainty, were trading options to cash in on their own deaths on 9/11.
This is the Wall Street culture that is tearing America apart. This is the Wall Street disease that is undermining America’s ability to control events around the world.

By Max Keiser, Originally Posted at

A new book by James Rickards, ‘The Death of Money’ (read: ‘Death of Bankers’), opens with a timeline starting three days before the 9/11 attacks on the Twin Towers and describes them from a first-person account from inside the CIA, which was monitoring trading on airline stocks (specifically ‘put options’), from traders who were profiting from the 9/11 disaster.

Jim Rickards is both a Washington insider and a Wall Street insider. He’s a hedge fund manager and a lawyer who, amongst other roles, advised the government during the collapse of Long Term Capital Management (LTCM), as well as during the release of the hostages during the Iran Hostage Crisis of 1981. If anyone has the inside track on the Wall Street-Washington corridor of corruption, it’s Mr. Rickards. And in his new book, he provides an eyewitness account of 9/11 insider ‘terror trading’ that was missing from the government’s own report. Rickards is an unimpeachable source, and he has done a great service by blowing the whistle on this scandal, at least partially.

I’ve interviewed Jim Rickards on my show ‘Keiser Report’ many times and spent time with him personally comparing notes from our Wall Street days. One topic that often comes up is ‘Drexel.’ We were both working on Wall Street during the collapse of Drexel Burnham Lambert and the Ivan Boesky scandal – a seminal moment in establishing the modern, post-regulatory environment on Wall Street, where virtually anything goes and laws are either ignored, rewritten, or created on the spot to manage and profit from the avalanche of insider trading, market manipulation, back room dealing, larceny, forgery, extortion, and other crimes that are the hallmarks of American finance today. When talking about finance scandals, all roads lead back to Drexel and it provides common ground to start a conversation amongst Wall Street veterans.

Reuters / Brendan McDermid
Reuters / Brendan McDermid


Ukraine: Präsidentenwahl nicht landesweit möglich

Und was ist mit dem Abzug der Nato aus dem Grenzgebiet?

Letztes Update am 19.05.2014, 19:04

Kreml ordnet Truppenabzug an, NATO sieht neue Bedrohung.

Zum wiederholten Mal hat der russische Präsident Wladimir Putin am Montag angekündigt, die russischen Truppen nahe der ukrainischen Grenze abzuziehen. Die Frühjahrsmanöver auf den Übungsplätzen Brjansk, Rostow am Don und Belgorod seien abgeschlossen, teilte der Kreml mit.  Die NATO aber sah am Montag auf Satellitenbildern noch keine Hinweise darauf, dass die Truppen tatsächlich abgezogen würden. Schätzungen zufolge stehen 40.000 russische Soldaten an der Grenze zur Ukraine.


 Ukrainische Armee verwendet gefälschte UNO-Zeichen – ?



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