Madoff au-dessus de la loi et les connexions avec Israël
Volez un pain au marché, fumez un joint dans le parc et vous risquez des années de prison aux États-Unis. Volez 50$ milliards de dollars, ruinant des centaines de personnes, crashant le système économique et ramassez la carte sortir de prison et réclamez 200$! Le cas Madoff est un exemple parfait du fonctionnement du système bancaire: un pyramide de Ponzi.
Folks, it's simple.
1. Bernie Madoff starts a pyramid scheme which succeeds in generating vast sums of profit for its early investors for almost 15 years.
2. Many of Madoff's investors are pro-Israel foundations and PACs, or individuals who donate to pro-Israel foundations and PACs.
3. The pro-Israel foundations and PACs donate heavily to the campaigns of those candidates willing to sell their souls to
4. THEREFORE, those pro-Israel politicians in Congress won their seats in part using stolen money.
5. THEREFORE, the Madoff pyramid, until it collapsed, was a major funding mechanism that allowed the Israeli lobby to buy the US Government for the benefit of
WMR previously reported that Madoff is suspected of transferring much of his ill-gotten gain to Israeli banks, including one, Bank Leumi, that Madoff associate J. Ezra Merkin bought from the Israeli government when Ariel Sharon was prime minister and current Prime Minister Ehud Olmert was finance minister.Almost forgotten in the Madoff scandal is another scandal in which Morris “Moshe” Talansky, a New York businessman, admitted that he gave Olmert $
This is the website of one of the charities which had its money invested with Bernard Madoff's Ponzi scheme.
After reading the announcement about the cessation of operations, check out the mission statement!
December 14, 2008
I found this on the net today and was shocked that such racists are operating in the open. This program was funded by a large financial concern that recently went bust:
Our mission is helping to keep our children White, thus reversing the trend of assimilation and intermarriage.
We accomplish this mission by
• Providing a variety of programs for children, teens, parents, and others, which:
° Enhance White pride
° Convey the beauty, joy, and fun of being White and the richness of our White heritage
° Develop a connection to and love of Europe
° Instill a feeling of being a member of the White family, a great and unique people
° Connect Whites from one generation to the next
° Imbue our children with the desire to stay White and marry White
• Focusing our programs on the otherwise underserved vast majority of young White people who are not engaged in an intensive White learning or living experience, such as White day school or overnight White camp
• Removing cost as a barrier to participation whenever possible
• Our Youth to
• Awarding grants to White agencies on the
• Creating resource materials for use in White settings in our community and beyond, which enhance White pride in our children
It’s not a white site. Yours truly just did a little word replacement with the mission statement for Robert I. Lappin Charitable Foundation, which claims that “The key to Jewish continuity in the United States is in enhancing and instilling Jewish pride in our children”, a program now suspended due to the fall of Bernard L. Madoff Investment Securities.
Oh well. Some racists are better funded than others.
One is of interest: "Chais Family Foundation, a charity that gives away about $12.5 million annually to Jewish causes, the California-based charity group invested entirely with Madoff, and was forced to shut down operations on Sunday after years of donating some $12.5 million annually to Jewish causes in
Herzliya, north of Tel Aviv, is the headquarters for the Mossad. The Madoff Ponzi scheme is smelling a lot more than rotten gefilte fish.
A federal judge on Monday threw a lifesaver to investors who may have been duped in one of Wall Street's biggest alleged frauds, saying they need the protection of a special government reserve fund set up to help investors at failed brokerage firms.
Yep, the bigwigs get another bailout. Guess who gets the bill!
The arrest of financier Bernard Madoff Thursday for operating a "Ponzi scheme" costing investors $50 billion made the TV network news. Curiously, a lawsuit the same day against Clinton Treasury Secretary Robert Rubin for defrauding Citibank shareholders of more than $122 billion, also described as a "Ponzi scheme," got no airplay whatsoever.
As we shall see, Rubin, a Director of Citibank, profited from the shady practices that destroyed the financial system and sent the world's economies into a tailspin. Then, to repair the damage, he and his banker friends put the taxpayer on the hook for trillions.
Rubin didn't get the same publicity as Madoff because of his close connection to Barack Obama.
Robert Rubin's son Jamie was Obama's main Wall Street fund raiser and is now one of his principal advisers. More significant, Obama's economic team consists of Rubin's proteges including Timothy Geithner, Treasury Secretary, Lawrence Summers, Senior Economic Adviser and Peter Orszag, Budget Director. The Times of London has already dubbed them the "Robert Rubin Memorial All Stars."
Clearly, the media don't want people to see that the candidate of "Change" chose the people responsible for this calamity to be his "economic team." While in the Clinton White House, Rubin, with Summers, helped tear down the regulatory walls between banks, brokerages and insurance companies and freed them to trade in unregulated and little-understood derivatives worth trillions of dollars.
Within a day of the Dec. 11 arrest of Wall Street financier Bernard L. Madoff, his Washington lobbyists were scrambling to sever all ties to a man who’s been accused of a $50 billion fraud and who may go down in history as the largest financial scam artist ever.
As more info comes in regarding the Madeoff scheme, news from several sources say that Madeoff and his clients were the largest bank account holders listed on a computer disk leaked by a Swiss bank worker regarding US persons with hidden Swiss bank accounts.
Facing a growing chorus of angry investors, disgraced financier Bernard Madoff lost his right to leave his home Friday and was ordered to hire private around-the-clock security guards to protect him. U.S. Magistrate Judge Theodore H. Katz approved the revised bail conditions after prosecutors sent a letter requesting them earlier in the day. The letter, signed by Assistant U.S. Attorney Marc O. Litt, did not explain why the bail conditions needed to be tightened.
The very rich are always treated differently that most people.
Perhaps the bail conditions were tightened because of death threats by irate investors.
But that Madoff has been ordered to hire his own security guards is a very curious affair.
If they are on his payroll - and he has engineered a way to leave the country, which could actually happen with a little bit of planning and chicanery - they will be loyal to him and his agenda; not that of the court.
The Anti-Defamation League (ADL) said there had been "an outpouring of anti-Semitic comments on mainstream and extremist Web sites."
Awww, let's all feel sorry for poor Bernie Madoff.
Actually, I have been getting a ton of emails filled with some pretty vile racist stuff, all from email addresses I have never seen before, and what is really interesting is that the slang used is so outdated and heavy handed that it is obvious that this is a PR campaign by Madoff's supporters. The goal may be to be able to tell the judge that Madoff (or his eventual co-defendants) cannot get a fair trial in the
Regulators did not just drop the ball in the Bernard Madoff scandal. They never held it in the first place.
According to the Wall Street Journal, the SEC discovered in 2006 that Madoff had misled the agency about how he managed customers' money. Moreover, investor Henry Markopolos spent the past decade trying to convince the agency that Madoff's returns were too good to be true. Markopolos and his friends tried to replicate his returns using complex mathematical models and could not.
Hundreds of Israelis who invested their money in the funds managed by Bernard Madoff and won't have nice returns to look forward to anymore, may soon be required to report to the Israel Tax Authority on where they got their money from.
But not to worry, all those Israelis will recover their losses, courtesy of the US Taxpayer!
While Bernie Madoff make off with $50 bil, the gang at the SEC were jerking off to laptop porn and running little businesses on the side!
Now you know where to go!
Just in case you get that sudden urge to do that torches and pitchfork thing with the angry mob!
Bernard L. Madoff was once the chairman of the NASDAQ stock exchange. He was one of the most important market makers on Wall Street. And he managed what was, by some estimates, the largest hedge fund on the planet.
Yes, Bernard Madoff was an impressive man. That much was clear even before we learned that his $50 billion Ponzi scheme may have been orchestrated in cahoots with the most powerful, sophisticated, and indiscriminately murderous organized crime syndicate the world has ever known.
A magistrate judge said the defence and prosecution were "engaging in discussions concerning a possible disposition", indicating a plea bargain in which Madoff would plead guilty in return for a lighter sentence.
Such extensions are sometimes repeated numerous times and even if there is no bargain, an actual trial is unlikely to start until late this year at the earliest, lawyers say.
So while prosecutors believe they have an open-shut case against Madoff - who allegedly confessed to scamming investors for decades in a so-called Ponzi scheme - he may be able to drag out proceedings and remain in his luxury home for the foreseeable future.
Albert said outrage from victims of Madoff's alleged swindle put "intense public scrutiny" on prosecutors.
However, "for a trial to start six months from now would be ambitious. I'd be surprised".
And here we have the same thing all over again; a member of the economic "nobility", a record setting crime, and a sentance to remain in their own home.
"All men are created equal?" Not in the
Some victims of Wall Street's biggest fraud – planned and carried out over decades by one of its most respected figures – are as yet unaware that their entire savings have been wiped out, financial experts in
Here is the important point. Most white-collar fraud goes unreported. Corporations often see simply concealing the losses with creative accounting as preferable to the public admission of having been duped. As a result, only a small percentage of frauds ever become publicly know, fewer still result in prosecutions and convictions.
So, for every Bernard Madoff caught and jailed, it is safe to assume there are others just like him still operating and playing their games. White Collar crime costs Americans ten times as much as street crime (but street crime gets the press coverage).
And the comment about Bernard Madoff's scam being the largest may also be untrue.
There are currently allegations against Citi, involving former Treasury Secretary Robert Rubin, of a ponzi scheme where the losses have reached into the trillions of dollars and may have been a major factor in the take down of the American economy!
The arrest of Wall Street trader Bernard L. Madoff, who federal agents say defrauded investors of an estimated $50 billion, has had immediate consequences in the Jewish philanthropic world. One charity already closed and insiders are worried that the ramifications of Madoff’s financial demise may extend to the many organizations he supported and the wealthy Jews he advised.
The latest massive financial scandal is the giant $50 billion pyramid or "Ponzi" scheme run by a New York Zionist Jew, Bernard Lawrence Madoff. How can anyone lose $50 thousand million? Where did the $50 billion disappear to?
Madoff told two "senior employees," i.e. his sons, Mark and Andrew, at his apartment the night before his arrest that the Madoff hedge fund and his investment advisory business was "basically, a giant Ponzi scheme," according to court documents. His investment fund business was insolvent, and had been for years.
Just another Wall Street superstar
You probably heard the news about the $50 BILLION Wall Street investment manager rip off.
$50 billion may not sound like a lot of money any more, but it's actually real money.
Look at it this way...
GM and Chrysler were only asking for $30 billion to save the entire
You gotta love the Internet.
Not only do we have the news on the $50 BILLION Bernard Madoff stock market rip off...
We've got video of Madoff spinning his award winning BS just one year ago which you can watch on Brasscheck.
Here's the scary thing.
Madoff sounds like every other market "professional" you've ever heard.
House of cards...coming down.
What $50 billion in bullshit sounds like
JPMorgan Chase says that its potential losses related to Bernard L. Madoff, the man accused of engineering an immense global Ponzi scheme, are “pretty close to zero.” But what some angry European investors want to know is when the bank cut its exposure to Mr. Madoff — and why.
.. and why they didn't think to tell anyone else.
At a contentious Financial Services Committee hearing today about the failure of the Securities and Exchange Commission to prevent the Bernie Madoff scandal, the SEC's General Counsel cited executive privilege as reason that he and the SEC's enforcement branch were refusing to answer congressional inquiries.
Oh? That suggests that there is a link between the Bush White House and Madoff's pyramid.
The proposed partial judgment would leave the issues of the amount of disgorgement, prejudgment interest and civil penalty to be imposed against Madoff to be decided at a later time," the SEC said in a statement.
In other words the SEC, embarrassed by having let Bernie get away with a $50 billion swindle, has cut him a deal so sweet he will go along with it just so the story goes away.
Now, neither Bernie nor his attorneys would agree to a settlement without knowing what that settlement will be, so this bit about "to be decided at a later time" means that the SEC does not want YOU to know the sweet deal Bernie got.
Bernard Madoff: Working the room
Amazingly, informed observers have been questioning this Maddoff's supernaturally "steady" returns for years, some going so far as to file formal complaints with the SEC - which did nothing.
Only the credit crisis and fund redemptions revealed the true state of affairs.
How many other investment funds out there are like this?
Clearly no one knows because no one has been watching the store.
Here's a quote from one of the rocket scientists who passed hundreds of millions of dollars in client funds to Madoff:
"It is astonishing that this apparent fraud seems to have been continuing for so long, possibly for decades.
The Madoff business has been subject to due diligence by many of the most experienced professionals in the global markets . . . yet it seems that criminal activity has continued unfettered and undetected."