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Exposing what lies beneath the bodies of dead bankers and what lies ahead for us

By Douglas J. Hagmann - 15 February 2014:

I feel that this is one of the most important investigations I’ve ever done. If my findings are correct, each of us might soon experience a severe, if not crippling blow to our personal finances, the confiscation of any wealth some of us have been able to accumulate over our lifetimes, and the end of the financial world as we once knew it.

The evidence to support my findings exists in the trail of dead bodies of financial executives across the globe and a missing Wall Street Journal Reporter who was working at the Dow Jones news room at the time of his disappearance.

If the bodies were dots on a piece of paper, connecting them results in a sinister picture being drawn that involves global criminal activity in the financial world the likes of which is almost without precedent. It should serve as a warning that we are at the precipice of something so big, it will shake the financial world as we know it to its core. It seems to illustrate the complicity of big banks and governments, the intelligence community, and the media.

Although the trail of mysterious and bizarre deaths detailed below begin in late January, 2014, there are others. Not only that, there will be more, according to sources within the financial world. Based on my findings, these are not mere random, tragic cases of suicide, but of the methodical silencing of individuals who had the ability to expose financial fraud at the highest levels, and the complicity of certain governmental agencies and individuals who are engaged in the greatest theft of wealth the world has ever seen.


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I had to laugh

Sorry but as bad as this story is I must admit I had to laugh. I did so because it reminded me of a work by Charles Dickens titled 'Little Dorrit' and the subplot involving Mr. Merdle an unscrupulous banker. Dickens representation of the Civil Service, and the circumlocution office where the Barnacle family rules is not out dated even being published between 1855-57.
On another post some one asked about a good read or video to watch. I would recommend 'Little Dorrit' if and when you have some free time to enjoy some entertainment.

On YouTube in several parts also.

I do agree with Hagmann's info on banker/government collusion.

This has been well established for some years. However he does provide additional useful details about how this relationship is working as we come down to the final battle for ascendancy.

We also agree that there is a global financial reset on the way but we disagree on the outcome of that reset. He believes that it will leave the present cabal in control whereas I believe what we are witnessing is the death throes of those who have controlled the world trading, banking and monetary system for the past one hundred years (their final term of office as it were). The nations who are leading this fundamental change are Russia and China and it is they who will bring about the new trading, banking and monetary arrangements. This is why they are being attacked by the West on many fronts at the moment as the ruling Anglo-American elites throw everything into winning the end game.

The timing of this global reset is probably within the next three years, by the end of 2016. This means that it will affect the 2016 Presidential elections and may well turn the tide in favour of the liberty, peace and prosperity party in the U.S, whoever is leading it at that time.

So far as personal finances is concerned, the new system will be linked to gold so moving from paper assets into physical precious metals is definitely the best course of action in my view.

"Jesus answered them: 'Truly, truly, I say to you, everyone who commits sin is a slave to sin. The slave does not remain in the house forever; the son remains forever. So if the Son sets you free, you will be free indeed.'" (John 8:34-36)

When it all boils down to it,

When it all boils down to it, they're just simple thieves.

The Vampire Squid, JP Morgan, Dead Bankers & Criminal Acts


Give me control of a nation's money and I care not who makes the laws - Mayer Amschel Rothschild

Not news






When the criminals take over government they must get on the same page, unified, in their goal.

When they do, they kill a lot of innocent people.





When the criminals who take over are not unified onto a common cause (to make war profitable for their group) what happens?

They kill each other off like rats cornered onto the last dry deck on the ship they sunk.

If the worst of the worst are on their life boat, or in their bunker, they may yet buy World War III with the POWER they stole from everyone, including their fellow criminals.

What can be done?


That is an English example.


That is an American example.

When crime is a World Wide Monopoly

Competition, free markets, ends that POWER.


Offer a better example?



When crime is a World Wide

When crime is a World Wide Monopoly

Competition, free markets, ends that POWER.

Yes...except for the fact that, if there was such thing as equal competition, and equal application of law to begin with -- then the Monopolies would have never existed to cause all these problems.

That's why the people who say, "we don't need regulations." have it wrong. We do not need bad regulations, but we do need regulation to outlaw Monopolies, to referee the marketplace to enforce equal competition. We need regulation to prevent a situation like Wall Street (and our slavery to it) from ever happening, or to prevent Halliburton from ever happening. This is why the FDR-era Glass-Steagall bill was a good thing, and why when it was repealed -- massive corruption freely occurred.

One key regulation is to make all Corporate Lobbying illegal, and all Elections free. Any system of government (such as ours) that is based upon money for political access is doomed to be corrupt, and responsive only (and exclusively) to the perogatives of the rich.

And that's why Monopolies are allowed to form (money in high places corrupting the laws).

We need a better system of Law.
And an enforceable system of Law.

Without that there is no competition, and only the big & powerful will have "a voice".

No argument

"This is why the FDR-era Glass-Steagall bill was a good thing, and why when it was repealed -- massive corruption freely occurred."

We, as in you and other people like you, need what you need.

I see no reason to argue.

As for me, and those people like me, we don't need a false government creating false solutions to false problems.

If there is a victim, and if there is a process of law that is due to everyone, then the victim gains access to that process.

There have been, are, and will be competitive, free market, processes that work to effect defense of the innocent.

One example is trial by jury.




To claim that trial by jury was ever outlawed, regulated, defeated, or rendered obsolete, or the claim is such that there is a better way to regulate commerce, or who knows what claim, here, there, or anywhere, requires an individual making the claim.

In trial by jury one individual has as much power as any king on earth, but the limit of that power is to nullify any lawful punishment ordered by anyone. In the same free market government concept, this trial by jury stuff, there are a number of people required in "regulation" of wrongdoers, or so called punishment, whereby that number of people must agree unanimously, finding through discovery of available evidence, that a victim is a victim, and beyond a reasonable doubt the accused is guilty of injuring the victim.

If someone claims that "regulation" can stop monopoly, through legislation, their claims could pass a test case in some type of trial of that test case.

Someone else might claim that those so called legislators gained their power by fraud, and therefore their edicts are nothing more than further crimes made legal by them.


Just because a criminal claims to be an authority does not constitute a requirement for the victim to agree with that lie.

Opinions vary.



I am reminded that another problem also exists in our society.

You cannot as an individual really go up against Goldman Sachs, or Wall Street, or Walmart, or Halliburton, or Exxon-Mobile, etc., with the legal system that we have today in our Country. The wealthy all have their sophisticated, private armies of Lawyers to just run circles around any case, and impoverish any individual who tries to take them on.

So "Trial by Jury" does not really exist in our Country -- because we have a class system:

1) The top rich & powerful people in our Country never even have to face any charges. Any and all Law cases will just be dismissed and thrown out. For example, no matter what crimes Dick Cheney or David Rockefeller or George H.W. Bush or Donald Rumsfeld have ever committed (or how many human beings they killed), they will never, never, ever see the inside of a Court Room. We also see this as well with the court efforts to expose human torture, and attempts to bring issues about Sept 11 into a Court Room.

2) And those people who are not "Elite", but who are rich enough to hire expensive private attorneys can just game the system to their advantage, while the poor and working class are stuck with mere "public defendants" who often work hand and glove with the prosecution team. It is assured that this cannot be a fair system. It is a Class System all the way.

3) Finally, with The Patriot Act, and NDAA, and the new militarization of the police -- they don't have to even have to give you a Trial if they don't want to. They can just spirit you away behind closed doors into a detention camp (even an overseas one), and then deny you all rights that had at one time been printed in The Bill of Rights. No lawyer, no Trial, not even a phone call.


So in regards to our Legal System, we've got big inequality problems here. The only solution that I see is to repeal The Patriot Act, but also as well make all Court Representation done by public attorney (free of charge). This way, the wealthy people (and Corporations) cannot go and hire their own "dream team" of smart-ass lawyers, while average people get stuck with virtually no representation at all.

In final analysis, money seems to just corrupt everything -- all the Institutions.

Until the "have nots" in our Country have the same access, the same powers, the same ability to express themselves as the wealthy do -- then we will always have a corrupt, unethical, and unjust society.

Power should never come from money.
Power should only come from Love.

We designed a system that got it all backasswards.
Maybe the Zeitgeist Movement is an answer here....

No confidence

No agreement

We do not share the same concept of our common law.


In this Country, we have no "common" Law...

There are Laws that apply to some (if you're poor).

And there's a whole elite class which is allowed to operate outside of any Laws.

Less confidence

I think it is an error to claim that there is this group that is poor and this group that is elite.

Honest, credit worthy, hard working, effective, productive, good, moral people are not "poor," when measuring accurately.

Dishonest, destructive, immoral, only worthy of the credit they earn (which is to credit them as being dishonest and destructive) may be "elite" according to their well placed lies, their effective lies, but to me they are merely criminals.

If there is such a thing as class, something accurate, something that accurately accounts for one class existing relative to another class, then there are honest people who are rich with honestly and there are criminals rich with their lies.


Honest people


Which class is the poor in?

Which class is the elite in?

You tell me.


Outstanding article!


"Necessity is the plea for every infringement of human freedom. It is argument of tyrants. It is the creed of slaves." William Pitt in the House of Commons November 18, 1783
"I know major allies who fund them" Gen. Dempsey referring to ISIS

It may seem unprecedented

But it is not... look up Rothschild Central Bank.. this has been going on for hundreds of years

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How does evil get created?

Why do some people do good? Personally, I think my choices stem from my upbringing; although the religion was a bit heavy-handed and I distanced myself from it for years (and still do, for the most part, although I have developed a very strong spiritual side, which does not need "organized tithing religion" to be expressed).

The idea that "someone is always watching" I think played a strong part in how I choose to act as an adult. Whether anyone else is watching my actions or not -- I know that I am.

It's weird to think that these bankers also likely had a religious upbringing, but they still choose to act as if they can take evil actions under cover of darkness and it "won't matter". How different, really, are they from suicide bombers? At least those who choose to wear suicide vests only injure those nearby; bankers can injure people on a global scale.

I pray for their souls.

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Good and bad

To do good you first have to define good and bad... and religion doesn't really help with that, and only confuses people more, and makes you think you are not personally responsible for your actions... you don't need 10 commandments, you only need one, thou shalt not steal (or the non-aggression principal https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Non-aggression_principle)... if you murder someone you are stealing from them, if you attack them you are stealing from them... you create a central bank and force its currency on people, you are stealing from them, albeit indirectly... also, voting is theft... voting is saying my bigger group of people can decide what to do with your stuff, just because we are a bigger group. Taxes are theft.

How does one do good? The opposite of stealing, by creating things... giving to the poor is not necessarily good, if you are stealing from someone else to do it. If you are taking back your money from someone who stole from you, that is not stealing...

I think people steal because they lack originality and don't know how to create anything themselves... anyone can steal, (be evil). So in a sense, goodness comes from intelligence... the smarter you are, the less you have to steal from someone else to survive.

As for praying, meditating, whatever you want to call it, nothing wrong with that, but it is for yourself. You soul is something you have to keep while you are on Earth... it has nothing to do with religion... it has to do with being able to know that you didn't screw people... I know plenty of really great people that are not religious at all.

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Being highly intelligent, of course I agree :)

I think there is a strong correlation between intelligence and the ability to think up creative and inventive methods of enriching one's self, while not depriving another.

Those with less creative minds won't search long for that solution, as there are energy needs that go along with creativity; after a certain point of thinking expense, they decide "well it doesn't injure them much" and choose a lesser action.

I love being smart. I think it's so cool to find relationships among things that aren't obvious or aren't generally pointed out. I find a lot in lyrics as well.

Re-reading your penultimate paragraph, "goodness" seems to somewhat align with Maslow's heirarchy of needs, where it's at the top along with self-actualization. People can take good actions at any point, actually, but having that base underneath one's self helps a great deal.

For instance, I'm close to the point where my robots (miners) will pay for all my needs. Do I then need to continue working? No, I don't; I will choose to for the interactions and relationships that I enjoy there. If the environment becomes less enthralling, I'll start my own thing. Being at this point in my life, I can do a lot of good for those around me, and I do.

However, if I was struggling I might spend more of my time finding work, and thus less of it could be spent helping others.

At any rate, thanks for the conversation; this is a place that I expect I will continue to enjoy for the relationship and interactions among the liberty-minded. And I've learned a lot in the last year-and-three-quarters and expect to continue the journey. Much love.

I love you. I'm sorry. Please forgive me. Thank you.
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You have robot miners that bring you money? Sounds like you've created something good! They are mining data? Or do you have robots out digging for gold?

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"Mining data" in a sense

I have GPUs that are mining for crypto-currencies, using the pool at http://hashco.ws which mines the most profitable coin, and then converts to Bitcoin and deposits it in your wallet.

I just bought a new miner; I've previously been putting them together myself but the GPUs are so hard to come by these days because everyone is getting into this, so I bought one off eBay that someone else had already put together.

If you're interested, do a lot of research first because doing it wrong can be costly. If buying a rig on eBay, don't pay much more than $1 per Kh/s, so if it's listed at 3300 Kh/s (or 3.3 Mh/s), then $3500 or $3600 should be as high as you bid it up.

That type of rig, according to my calculations based on what I've been earning, should earn about 0.025 BTC per day, or 0.18 per week, or 0.77 per month. With the price of a BTC currently low at about $640, that translates to (if you sell the BTC immediately, which I do not recommend[1]) $496 per month. So if you had paid the highest I recommend ($3600) it would take 7.26 months to pay for itself.

And of course you have to factor in electricity costs, which are higher as you add more miners. And cooling, in the summer; in the winter, it actually reduced my oil bill, which was kinda neat.

Anyway I do not recommend jumping in without researching. Like anything, I suppose. Good luck to you!

[1] -- The price of a BTC will likely go up significantly; $100,000/BTC is not far-fetched. So selling them as soon as you mine them will give you some spending money, or pay the bills, or repay the expense of obtaining the miner -- but for the most part, one should hold the BTC for future growth. Just like holding silver, knowing that JPM will have to cover its shorts one day, likely soon with Friday's 5% and today's continuing move up (was up 1.5% earlier; now about 0.3%, but still up). So projecting, if the price goes up to $2,000, then this same miner above will be earning $1,540 worth of BTC in a month (and pay for itself in less than 3 months).

This (crypto-currency) is nearly as liberating as liberty, and there is a strong crossover in terms of Bitcoin enthusiasts, and liberty folks -- I love reading Bitcoin forums and seeing references to Ron Paul, Austrian economics, etc. Anyway recently I learned about this person litepresence, who posts on the Ron Paul forums. He does very detailed analysis of the charts and recently called a bottom which I watched happen. I intend to read him more, and perhaps act on some of his projections. You can find him here: http://www.ronpaulforums.com/showthread.php?437044-The-Litep... -- and it's interesting that he's on a Ron Paul forum as well! Cheers!

I love you. I'm sorry. Please forgive me. Thank you.
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Very cool

I did look into this a while back, but decided not to try it just because the market seemed so saturated with miners. Plus, if the difficulty of mining gets updated, I think that immediately shrinks your profit projection!

But still great to type to someone who is doing it, and making money at it. I'm actually entering a contest to develop an app for Coinbase, where they are giving away up to $10,000 in bitcoin; I agree entirely, hold on to the bitcoin if you don't need the money!

Yes, cryptocoin is incredibly liberating... and Ron Paul is too... although Ron Paul really is just a gateway drug to voluntaryism/anarchism... if you stop at just being a libertarian, you will never arrive:

Compelling article

Thanks for sharing


Another front. Seems every facet of government is corrupt. Audit the FEDERAL RESERVE

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Only time will tell

us what the truth about this really is. But there is definitely something fishy going on. Interesting article.

"Please stop and consider this for a moment. The very banks and their top executives who have not only brought the U.S. to the brink of financial collapse and Martial Law, engaged or facilitated in various criminal actions that resulted in fines (but no jail time) for the perpetrators, are working hand-in-hand with the CIA. Not only that, they are working in tandem with the NYPD at their surveillance centers, watching and videotaping every move made by anyone—including potential whistleblowers within their vast purview."

"It’s not pessimistic, brother, because this is the blues. We are blues people. The blues aren’t pessimistic. We’re prisoners of hope but we tell the truth and the truth is dark. That’s different." ~CW

Some very powerful people

Some very powerful people running scared I think.