Monday, November 10, 2014

the troops and the banks God Bless the Vets -U.S. veterans sue banks, claiming they responsible for Iraq attacks

U.S. veterans sue banks, claiming they responsible for Iraq attacks

The lawsuit was brought under the U.S. Anti-Terrorism Act, a 1992 law that permits victims to bring private suits against alleged financiers of militant operations.
Brought on behalf of more than 200 veterans and family members, the lawsuit alleges the banks conspired with Iranian banks to mask wire transactions in order to evade U.S. sanctions.
The Iranian banks then funneled more than $100 million to militant groups that operated in Iraq at Iran's direction, according to the suit.
Since 2009, the five banks have agreed to pay about $3.2 billion to the U.S. government to resolve allegations that they handled money in violation of sanctions against nations such as Iran, Libya and Cuba. All the banks signed deferred prosecution agreements with the U.S. Justice Department in addition to settlements with U.S. banking regulators.

IT gets even better....

"In his book A Century of War William Engdahl writes: "By 1920, Morgan partner Thomas W. Lamont noted with obvious satisfaction that, as a result of four years of war and global devastation, 'the national debts of the world have increased by $210,000,000,000 or about 475% in the last six years, and as a natural consequence, the variety of government bonds and the number of investors in them have been greatly multiplied...These results have made themselves manifest in all the investment markets of the world but nowhere, perhaps, in greater measure than in the United States.'"[2] It may be noted that in 1913 the US government budget was a mere $714,000,000 (714 million dollars)[3] while the Rockefeller empire was worth 950 million dollars in 1913. The Rockefeller and Morgan empires were built through financing by the Rothschild banking family.In his book Diplomacy by Deception former MI6 agent Dr John Coleman cites historian Alan Brugar as having pointed out that for every soldier who died in battle the international bankers made a profit of 10,000 dollars![4] This was almost a century ago when the dollar carried much more value than today. It were the bankers who manipulated the horrific World War I. This bloodletting was not just to make profits - this was also carried out to exhaust countries by bleeding them and enhance the control of bankers over governments with the objective of setting up the NWO. It was not a coincidence that was during the era of the great stooge of the bankers, Woodrow Wilson, that the New World Order (NWO) was mentioned for the first time officially"

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