Wednesday, February 27, 2013

Bank CEO Compensation is a Reward

Bank CEO Compensation is a Reward

The world’s oldest bank, Banca Monte dei Paschi di Siena, Italy stayed off bankruptcy on January 26, 2013. There was little news coverage of this event, and very few details as to why this bank was facing bankruptcy. The reason should be no stranger – Credit Default Swaps and Derivatives.

There is a certain reality that ordinary citizens around the world fail to recognize. Our governments are corrupt and banks operate solely to enrich the monarchies of the world. Capital is being funneled right into the hands of “royal refuse”. Listen to the foreboding words of Machiavelli.

CEO’s are obviously well compensated for participating in this sham. Their take home pay continues to be in the millions or tens of millions of dollars. Central banks collude in this “sting” by depositing printed FIAT currency right into the bank accounts of multi-national corporations and private banks. This direct cash influx, with no pre-set terms of repayment, has contributed greatly to the rise in the stock market indexes.

Google has $48 billion cash on hand and pays virtually no income taxes. Oil companies receive huge subsidies, while inflation continues to be masked. Prices appear not to have increased a great deal, but in many cases the content of package has been reduced.

Public enemy number one = European, Middle-Eastern and Asian monarchies. They have all our money. Get rid of the kings and queens and take back our money. They are nothing more than parasites.

Thank you,
Joseph Pede




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