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September 19, 2018, 03:38:00 PM
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Former FBI Director James Comey was on the board of directors of HSBC and during the same period of time, HSBC committed fraud/money laundering of $100 billion.
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September 19, 2018, 04:05:57 PM
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Gold price was $1660/ounce in 2013. Now Gold is $1200/ounce. Silver fell to $15/ounce from $50/ounce. Stock markets/DOW Jones have gone up from 14000 to 26000.

The cartel of giant banks like Goldman Sachs, JP Morgan, HSBC etc who are worth multi-trillion dollars are nothing but they have all the money from worldwide people which they use to bring down gold and silver price and push up stock markets [money creating money or money from thin air]. The useless wealth management programs offered by these giant banks.

HSBC was involved in $100 billion money laundering.

If worldwide people buy 1 ounce Gold themselves there is no way these giant banks will have the money to crash bullion price and take Apple inc. to $1,000,000,000,000.

Apple Inc. worth is not more than $100 billion.

Gold at $2500/ounce and Silver at $60/ounce is the right price for bullion/precious metals.
It's funny that you mention HSBC in this "cartel". I mean, that's more of a money laundering business than a bank. But hey, that was in like in what, 2011?

What you're trying to tell people is sooo unrealistic. By that logic people could buy more valuable things than gold, make recession come to an end, and Bing bang boom: the world's an awesome place to live in. Stop trolling people unnecessarily.



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September 19, 2018, 10:45:28 PM
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It's funny that you mention HSBC in this "cartel". I mean, that's more of a money laundering business than a bank. But hey, that was in like in what, 2011? What you're trying to tell people is sooo unrealistic. By that logic people could buy more valuable things than gold, make recession come to an end, and Bing bang boom: the world's an awesome place to live in. Stop trolling people unnecessarily.

Putin warns of financial crisis the world ‘has not yet seen’


The global economy is facing a threat of a spiraling protectionist measures that can lead to a devastating crisis, Vladimir Putin warned. Nations must find a way to prevent this and establish rules on how the economy should work.
The Russian president spoke out against the growing trend of using unilateral restrictions to achieve economic advantage, as he addressed guests of the St. Petersburg International Economic Forum (SPIEF) on Friday.

“The system of multilateral cooperation, which took years to build, is no longer allowed to evolve. It is being broken in a very crude way. Breaking the rules is becoming the new rule,” he said.

“The ability to impose sanctions arbitrarily and with no control fosters a temptation to use such restrictive tools again and again, right and left, in every case, regardless of political loyalty, talks about solidarity, past agreements and long cooperation,” he said.

https://www.rt.com/business
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