Banking Scandals as a Mirror to the Struggle for World Domination (II) By Valentin KATASONOV

14 August 2013 — Strategic Culture Foundation

Part 1

It is interesting that until recently, all the major initiatives to investigate the illegal and criminal activities of banks came from Washington. A certain amount of activity has also been witnessed in London, which (oh, the horror!) has started to prosecute Rothschild banks. Some experts are seeing this kind of “unpatriotic” position from the British authorities as a result of the fact that the country’s current leadership is heavily dependent on Washington like never before.

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Banking Scandals as a Mirror to the Struggle for World Domination (I) By Valentin KATASONOV

13 August 2013 — Strategic Culture Foundation

 Global banks: a continuous series of scandals

Despite some stabilisation in the financial markets by the time the first wave of the crisis had come to an end (2007-2009), global banks are still not leading a quiet life. Since the beginning of the current decade, we have seen a continuous series of scandals surrounding the banks that make up the core of the global financial system. Violations and even crimes committed by banks at different times are being uncovered, financial regulators are carrying out official investigations into the activities of banks and there have also been legal proceedings. Banks are being forced to pay out enormous amounts in fines, and the circle of banks being pulled into the epicentre of the scandals is growing continuously.

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New at Strategic Culture Foundation 3-9 February 2013: Suyria / Turkey / CIA-Paraguay / USA-Russia / IMF / Israel / Cuba / UK-EU / Water

9 February 2013Strategic Culture Foundation

OIC Summit at Cairo and the Syrian Crisis

09.02.2013 | 11:03 | Aurobinda MAHAPATRA

The Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) summit at Cairo indicates that the 57-member Islamic body has endeavored to evolve a dialogue format to resolve the crisis in Syria. Continue reading

New at Strategic Culture Foundation 18-24 November 2012: USA / Israel / Syria / Gaza / Obama

24 November 2012 Strategic Culture Foundation

The American Gulag as the latest form of capitalism (II)
24.11.2012 | 00:00 | Valentin KATASONOV

The American example of the use of prison labor in the interests of private capital was contagious. Private prisons also appeared in a number of other states – the UK, Sweden, Estonia, Australia, and Brazil… In Japan, in May 2007, the first new prison in 50 years opened, which immediately gained the status of «private».  In Estonia, which has the highest percentage of prisoners in Europe (relative to the total population – 0.34), there are two private prisons. In Latvia, a few years ago, the Justice Department was considering construction of private prisons as a way to bring the country out of crisis. Similar projects are also being discussed in Lithuania, Bulgaria, Hungary, and the Czech Republic. We are witnessing the birth of «prison capitalism» worldwide… Continue reading