Tuesday, July 24, 2012

Applaud Fact that the Sh*% Shall / Has Hit the Fan. ***


holycow! Google "Barclay's", and Libor !  You could have knocked me over with a feather; is 'zillion' a word?  I think so; my son used it at age four.


About Barclays, uh huh!  Who Else is emBedded with Barclay's?  You can well imagine the whole long list of cohorts - uh Bedmates.

I love to see crime exposed!  Especially that of financial crooks!

Some folks didn't like BoA's decision.  BoA backed down.

This photo taken Oct. 14, 2011, shows a customer at a Bank of America ATM in Hialeah, Fla. Bank of America Corp. is scrapping its plans to charge a $5 monthly debit card fee. The bank's decision to drop the fee came after a roar of customer outrage in recent weeks over the fee. (AP Photo/Alan Diaz)

and this (make 'em big,  doc!) I just found http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/07/17/rachael-claire-martin-barclays-money-plastic-surgery_n_1680112.html while searching for a picture of a Barclay Bank

Barclay's Bank - London 
A beautiful building, isn't it? I like the balconies and at the top appears to be a crown; possibly is - a bejeweled crown.

 and then I found this !!! I call it Barclay's hand

at "Window Dressing". Ha Ha Ha

Surely this is a Photoshop creation. Isn't it? Yikes

The Libor gets its name from the City of London

Do you know about Libor? It affects us all.

What I learned from http://www.wikipedia.com/

The Libor gets its name from the City of London, one of the largest financial centers in the world.The London Interbank Offered Rate is the average interest rate estimated by leading banks in London that they would be charged if borrowing from other banks.[1] It is usually abbreviated to Libor ( /ˈlaɪbɔr/) or LIBOR, or more officially to BBA Libor (for British Bankers' Association Libor) or the trademark bbalibor. It is the primary benchmark, along with the Euribor, for short term interest rates around the world.[2][3]

Libor rates are calculated for ten different currencies and 15 borrowing periods ranging from overnight to one year and are published daily at 11:30 am (London time) by Thomson Reuters.[4][5] Many financial institutions, mortgage lenders and credit card agencies set their own rates relative to it. At least $350 trillion in derivatives and other financial products are tied to the Libor.[6]

In June of 2012, multiple criminal settlements by Barclays Bank revealed significant fraud and collusion by member banks connected to the rate submissions, leading to the Libor scandal.[7][8][9]

and then I learn how a "certain" county in Florida has dumped 100's of pallets of bottled water - it was 'Out of Date'!

Then there is FEMA down there because of the recent flooding.  Ha!  I don't trust the PTB.

Hey, I haven't forgotten the $500 hammers we taxpayers purchased a few years back; with inflation and all, I imagine a hammer now costs $1000. $1500? $1950?

When will all the pure bs quit?  Only when we each and all stand up and say: "Enough already!"
This appears to be what is gradually happening; high dollar crooks are being exposed left and right.

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