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Jan 12, 2013

1.10.13 Basel III and 'Banks, Gold and Guns' (video)

Jan 10, 2013: 'Banks, Gold and Guns' as Crooks Remain in Hiding

by Jude Cowell

In case you're not already convinced that global central banks are brimming over with crooks, thieves, and liars here's a not-so-jolly analysis from 'The Geneva Business Insider' David L. Smith interviewed on The Corbett Report concerning European banks which have had their Basel III solvency deadline extended so that they may continue gouging money from customers while being "protected from the error of their ways."

Liquidity is not their problem, solvency is and the extension of the liquidity coverage ratio (LCR) allows banks to keep hidden the fact of their insolvency...a "fairy story," as Mr. Smith details. And the lack of bankster arrests and prison sentences supports the magical tale as well.

Meanwhile, in America (with our infamous 'robo-signing' scandal mentioned in the video), US progressed Mars (males; motivation; action; activism; fire; the military and police; weaponry, etc) turned Rx (inward) in July 2006 at '19 Libra', a Station and degree which spotlights a very descriptive Sabian Symbol considering today's topic: "A Gang of Robbers in Hiding".

Our nation's SP Mars now seems to move backward in the Zodiac until symbolically reaching another descriptive symbol: '18Lib' = "Two Men Placed Under Arrest" though it would certainly take many more than two arrests to clean out the nest of vipers coiling within the City of London whose agents are in league with those running the other banking capitals of the world including New York City.

So in which secret bank accounts do mounds of global funds and resources lie since 99% of the world's population possesses so few material advantages? Extremely wealthy Pluto of the Underworld, now lumbering through materialistic Capricorn, knows but naturally he prefers to remain silent lest he incriminate himself on such thorny issues:

If you'd like an alternate viewpoint on Basel III, try Watering down Basel III's not a sop to the banks. Good luck with that.

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