Banks Finding New Ways to Rob Us All

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Until recently, I didn’t know that the problem I’d been having with my bank, Bank of Oklahoma, even had a name, but it does: “fee farming,” or the unscrupulous practice of attaching overdraft fees to purchases that were made when there were sufficient funds to make those purchases.

It works like this: say you have a single item, like a bounced check, that causes an overdraft in your checking account. Ordinarily, you’d be charged a single overdraft fee for the bounced check. However, the bank – and there is growing evidence that this is a wide-spread practice used by all banks now – instead of just charging a single overdraft fee for the bounced check will then charge an overdraft fee for each of any items that were purchased recently when there were sufficient funds to cover those purchases. Thus, the bank is stealing money right out of your checking account and making it look as if it’s completely legitimate, but it’s not. If you catch the theft and complain about it, you’ll be told it’s your error, of course. If you insist it’s not and are even able to prove it isn’t, they will then act as if it’s just some sort of glitch. My bank even promised me they’d refund the overdraft fees – and then never did.

I have since learned that this practice (which is still happening to me and has been going on, over and over again for several months, now) is not limited to Bank of Oklahoma. Bank of America is guilty of the same scheme. I know this because my cousin and others I’ve mentioned it to who do business with Bank of America have told me it happens to them, also.

If this is being done by most or all banks, then millions of dollars are being stolen out of consumers’ checking accounts by the banks we entrust with our money. This is just further evidence of the widespread corruption and criminal enterprise that is the world of banking. Indeed, since the entire banking “industry” has been built by the international banks – the same banks that have, for over a century ruled our nation from behind the scenes (see “The Creature from Jekyll Island,” by G. Edward Griffin) and runs on the same fractional reserve ponzi scheme, there isn’t a bank on earth that isn’t part of the New World Order.

These people are nothing short of thieves and they hide behind a facade of legitimacy they have created for themselves. They have created the illusion that they provide a necessary “service” for us, but that “service” consists of robbing us all blind – and making us pay for being robbed! The same is true of the insurance “industry,” which also exists on the money provided to it by us all. It provides no real tangible services of any kind – unless you consider getting back a small portion of what you’ve paid them a “service.” If we really wanted to protect ourselves against possible future catastrophes, we’d be doing what our ancestors did; i.e., saving money for that “rainy day.” Instead, we pay these NWO scumbags for the privilege of getting back a little of our own money when we need it- and they pocket the rest, profiting from investing it and loaning it (through the banks) at interest. Not surprisingly, the banks and the insurance companies are joined at the hip – in fact, most of the largest insurance companies are owned by the largest banks in the world. The Rockefellers’ banking dynasty also controls a large segment of the insurance “industry.”

Aside from putting your cash in a mattress, there is nothing you can do to protect yourself from these pirates, as they have built the entire society around their interests, to serve themselves, all while maintaining the illusion of normalcy and respectability.


I have just looked further into this fraud and found there is even more evidence that it is an industry-wide practice, using banking software to deliberately create as many “overdrafts” as possible. Other banks that have been caught at this include Compass Bank, Wachovia/TD Bank, Keybank. and many others.

Ineffectiveness and Dangers of Flu Shots

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Global Research, October 5, 2009
by Stephen Lendman

“In September 2008, the American Journal of Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine reported that the Department of Public Health Sciences, School of Public Health, University of Alberta concluded as follows from “clinical, laboratory, and functional data” collected on 1,813 adults “with community-acquired pneumonia admitted to six hospitals outside of influenza season” in Alberta:

“mortality benefits of influenza vaccination” are “overestimated” even though the population inoculated increased from 15% in 1980 to 65% in 2008.

In the October 2006 British Medical Journal, Dr. Tom Jefferson wrote about “Influenza vaccination: policy versus evidence” and concluded:

“Evidence from systematic reviews shows that inactivated vaccines have little or no effect on the effects measured. (In addition), Little comparative evidence exists on the safety of these vaccines….The optimistic and confident tone of some predictions of viral circulation and the impact of inactivated vaccines, which are at odds with the evidence, is striking. The reasons are probably complex and may involve a messy blend of truth and conflicts of interest making it difficult to separate factual disputes from value disputes.”

In other words, influenza vaccination programs are ineffective and worthless. They’re also dangerous.”


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