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Deutsche Bank investigated, trouble ahead!
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Uh Uh! The whole DB layoff news the other day triggered a certain LOP member into a major meltdown ... this will only make things worse.

I've only been back here for a few days after 8 months away...but hey, Deutsche Bank was involve with Trump, Epstein, and some of the most shady sh*t on the planet...and they may be going down.

Watch for more rate cuts and more QE... Republicans and the Tea party used to hate that sh*t... right up until Trump..and now for some reason the destruction of the middle class and the bailing out of banks with socialist tactics is just A OK.


Strange how that works.

The rich have always had socialism, they know it works, but like everything else they keep the best of everything for themselves.
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"left by mutual consent", is a sacking by another name. Imagine if Joe Shmo got sacked from his burger flipping job because he kept burning the burgers of sending them out half cooked?

Would Joe Shmo get 11mn euro for being sacked from his minimum wage job? He'd get foodstamps and ritual humiliation at best.
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spɹɐʍoɔ snoɯʎuouɐ  Wrote: (07-11-2019 11:37 AM)

Deutsche Bank faces action over $20bn Russian money-laundering scheme

Deutsche Bank was embroiled in a vast money-laundering operation, dubbed the Global Laundromat. Russian criminals with links to the Kremlin, the old KGB and its main successor, the FSB, used the scheme between 2010 and 2014 to move money into the western financial system. The cash involved could total $80bn, detectives believe.

https://www.theguardian.com/business/201...ing-scheme


Whats the bet Trump grabbed 2 billion of that?

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spɹɐʍoɔ snoɯʎuouɐ  Wrote: (07-11-2019 11:37 AM)

Deutsche Bank faces action over $20bn Russian money-laundering scheme

Deutsche Bank was embroiled in a vast money-laundering operation, dubbed the Global Laundromat. Russian criminals with links to the Kremlin, the old KGB and its main successor, the FSB, used the scheme between 2010 and 2014 to move money into the western financial system. The cash involved could total $80bn, detectives believe.

https://www.theguardian.com/business/201...ing-scheme


Whats the bet Trump grabbed 2 billion of that?

I will take 1 billion each way on that bet.
chuckle
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1970s & 1980s: wave of Russian criminals arrive in New York and begin interfacing with established American organized crime networks (La Cosa Nostra/The Five Families aka Bonanno, Genovese, Colombo, Lucchese, Gambino)
1977: KGB reportedly opens file on Donald Trump
1979: Construction begins on Trump Tower. Trump purchases overpriced concrete from mafia bosses Anthony “Fat Tony” Salerno and Paul Castellano of the Genovese and Gambino crime families (respectively).
1982: New York City Housing Commissioner Anthony Gliedman received what he described as an “abusive and profane” call from someone angry that Gliedman had opposed Trump’s request for a $20 million tax abatement. Gliedman reported the call to the FBI, saying the caller was “threatening his life.”
June 3, 1983: Rudy Giuliani becomes US attorney for SDNY
January, 1984: Vladimir Alexandrovich Kryuchkov, First Chief Directorate of the KGB arm responsible for gathering foreign intelligence, urges his officers to be more creative with agent recruitment - and to use money and flattery vs. alignment with Soviet ideology. Additionally, he gives the directive to find "U.S. targets to cultivate or, at the very least, official contacts...The main effort must be concentrated on acquiring valuable agents."
1984: Russian émigré David Bogatin pays cash for five apartments in Trump Tower. (source). Bogatin's brother ran a $150 million stock scam with Russian mafia boss Semion Mogilevich
1985: Trump reportedly “apoplectic” when he loses bid to re-develop the Coliseum at Columbus Circle to Salomon Brothers-backed Mort Zuckerman.
October 1985: Trump's helicopter pilot indicted on drug trafficking charges. Trump doesn't fire him. Instead, he leases his personally-owned unit in Trump Plaza Apartments to him with an agreement of half the rent is to be paid in cash, the other half in unspecified helicopter services. Trump also writes a letter on behalf of his pilot (Weichselbaum), calling him "a credit to the community.” Who does the case end up with? Federal judge Maryanne Trump, Donald's sister.
Autumn, 1986: Trump meets Soviet ambassador Yuri Dubinin. And per Trump's own account in Art of the Deal, “One thing led to another, and now I’m talking about building a large luxury hotel, across the street from the Kremlin, in partnership with the Soviet government.”
1986: Trump makes the rounds in the news offering to negotiate with the Russians (source), and also angles for a Soviet posting in the Reagan administration
March 16, 1987: Bogatin (who had purchased multiple apartments in Trump Tower for cash) pleads guilty to taking part in a massive gasoline-bootlegging scheme with Russian mobsters. The government seized his five condos at Trump Tower, because he'd used them to “launder money, to shelter and hide assets.” A Senate investigation into organized crime later revealed that Bogatin was a leading figure in the Russian mob in New York.
April 3, 1987: Trump excluded from bidding on Australian casino deal because of mafia connections (per Australian police)
July 4, 1987: Trump flies to the USSR for the first time after being personally invited - the trip is arranged by the Soviet government
1988: Trump starts talking about running for president on Oprah
1988: Trump purchases a yacht from Adnan Khashoggi, the uncle of Jamal Khashoggi
October 11, 1989: helicopter crashes with 3 Trump casino execs aboard (source). Trump claimed he was supposed to be on it, but then changed his mind at the last minute. After their deaths, he blamed them for the failure of his Atlantic City casino The helicopter's pilot was identified by the state police as Robert Kent of Ronkonkoma, L.I., and its co-pilot as Lawrence Diener of Westbury, L.I. b/b
1990: Wall Street bond house Salomon Brothers advises institutional clients to sell bonds issue from Trump's Castle Casino in Atlantic City, due to debt and performance concerns.
1991: Trump declares bankruptcy
1991: Trump sells his yacht to Prince Al-Waleed bin Talal
1992: Trump declares bankruptcy an additional 3 times stemming from various properties he's over-leveraged.
1994: Trump allegedly rapes and beats a 13-year-old girl at a party with Jeffrey Epstein, multiple times. In the filed complaint, the 13-year-old was threatened to be "disappeared" like another young girl had been if she told anyone.
October 20, 1994: Christine Seymour, Roy Cohn's secretary (Cohn was Trump's mentor), who was set to publish a tell-all book, dies in head-on collision with tractor trailer
1995: Trump sells Plaza Hotel to Alwaleed bin Talal
1998: Trump Taj Mahal fined for currency transaction reporting violations
1999: Trump's first run for president
2000/2001: Mark Burnett in negotiations with Putin for a show called "Destination Mir."
2002: Mark Burnett begins talks with Trump regarding The Apprentice.
2004: Trump declares bankruptcy again.
Spring 2004: The Apprentice debuts
May 2004: Diamond dealer and former Trump Tower tenant (1 year prior he'd lived right below Kellyanne Conway) Eduard Nektalov is shot on 6th Avenue. He was reportedly cooperating with federal authorities on a money laundering investigation More on money laundering and Trump properties here. <-
2005: at the same time Trump is unable to get a 25 million pound loan from Bank of Scotland due to being a credit risk (see next item on timeline), Deutsche Bank, who later is hit with massive fines for money laundering, loans Trump nearly ONE BILLION dollars. Trump's banker at Deutsche Bank? Justice Kennedy's son.
2006: Paul Manafort buys unit in Trump Tower
2006 - 2009: Trump makes multiple attempts (and fails) to get a loan from the Bank of Scotland to purchase Hamilton Hall. The bank executive "expressed concern that Trump would hold the bank to 'future ransom'”
2007 - 2016: Buyers tied to Russia make 86 cash purchases at Trump properties.
2008: Junior brags that they're getting a lot of money from Russia.
2008: Russian oligarch buys a Palm Beach mansion from Trump, paying twice the value
August 27, 2008: a small-time scam artist transfers a Beverly Hills, California, mansion to Donald Trump for $0.
November 2008: Unable to meet his obligations for the nearly 1 BILLION dollar loan they gave him, Trump sues Deutsche Bank saying he shouldn't have to make good on his promise because of the economic crash.
2009: Trump declares bankruptcy again.
2009: a lawyer representing Trump Atlantic City casino creditors says he got threatening phone calls. The FBI traced one of them to a payphone outside the “Late Show With David Letterman,” where Trump was appearing.

“My name is Carmine,” the caller told the lawyer, Kristopher Hansen. “I don’t know why you’re f*cking with Mr. Trump but if you keep f*cking with Mr. Trump, we know where you live and we’re going to your house for your wife and kids.”

July 23, 2009: Stormy Daniels' political advisor's car explodes (source). This was approximately 3 years after her affair with Trump (source).
August 2009: After multiple tries dating back to 2006, Trump denied a final time for loan for 25 million pounds from Bank of Scotland because the bank considered it "too risky."
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Trump defends Deutsche Bank in bizarre series of tweets — and sets off alarm bells: ‘I smell trouble’

The U.S. Department of Justice is investigating Deutsche Bank AG as part of its probe of alleged money laundering through Malaysia’s scandal-plagued 1MDB investment fund, and the bank has also made news this week after severing ties earlier this year with Jeffrey Epstein as federal authorities prepared sex trafficking charges against him.

Other Twitter users questioned the timing of Trump’s rant about Deutsche Bank, which Congress has subpoenaed to examine evidence of their dealings with the president.


https://www.alternet.org/2019/07/trump-d...l-trouble/

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‘Yes, Deutsche fail would cause global catastrophe’






Author Ian Winer joins to share his insights. He says there’s no chance that Deutsche Bank will be allowed to fail due to the catastrophic effect it would have on the global financial system.



More bailouts are on the way.

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Richard Wolff: Deutsche Bank and The Last Crash.

"way worse than what they are telling you"

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spɹɐʍoɔ snoɯʎuouɐ  Wrote: (07-12-2019 08:09 AM)


chuckle

Both Trump and Epstein are reportably in debt to Deutsche Bank for hundreds of millions each...possibly more. They both 'claim' to be billionaires but it looks more and more that they are just lying pieces of human trash funded by Russian criminals through money laundering by a German bank. You couldn't make this sh*t up.

Popcorn

I might have to cancel Netflix...this is far more intriguing

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Deutsche Bank Tried to Sell Off $600M Loan to Russian Bank in Late 2016

Deutsche Bank frantically tried to sell off a $600 million loan to Russian bank VTB in late 2016 in order to minimize its financial ties to Russia, which had been accused of meddling in the U.S. election. The Wall Street Journal reported Sunday that the German investment bank, which counted Donald Trump as a long-time client, was able to sell $300 million of the loan to Russia’s Alfa Bank in December 2016, but that it was unable to sell the remainder. VTB reportedly paid back the last $300 million of the loan in August 2017. Separately, the New York Times reported Saturday that Deutsche Bank declined to loan Trump money in 2016, fearing he wouldn’t pay and that it would have to go after his assets as president in the event he was elected.

https://www.thedailybeast.com/deutsche-b...-late-2016

Multi billionaire Trump?.. and Deutsche Bank was worried they would have to come after his assets?


Oh My...chuckle

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MR2  Wrote: (07-12-2019 08:54 AM)
Deutsche Bank Tried to Sell Off $600M Loan to Russian Bank in Late 2016

Deutsche Bank frantically tried to sell off a $600 million loan to Russian bank VTB in late 2016 in order to minimize its financial ties to Russia, which had been accused of meddling in the U.S. election. The Wall Street Journal reported Sunday that the German investment bank, which counted Donald Trump as a long-time client, was able to sell $300 million of the loan to Russia’s Alfa Bank in December 2016, but that it was unable to sell the remainder. VTB reportedly paid back the last $300 million of the loan in August 2017. Separately, the New York Times reported Saturday that Deutsche Bank declined to loan Trump money in 2016, fearing he wouldn’t pay and that it would have to go after his assets as president in the event he was elected.

https://www.thedailybeast.com/deutsche-b...-late-2016

Multi billionaire Trump?.. and Deutsche Bank was worried they would have to come after his assets?


Oh My...chuckle

The thing is, what are the knock off effects of taking down this bank? the potential that some seem to see is a way to get rid of the US president, but on the flip side of that what are the knock of effects if the various sides keep trundling down the route of attempting to take down the financial backers of the other side?

Personally I have nothing invested in Trump, but all I can see from the various sides is that the end result will be the same global confrontation regardless of which direction we come at it from... thats the knock on effect I see.
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Knock off, the 'knock on effect' slippery slide fallacies.

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