Tag Archives: JP Morgan

Only Glass-Steagall Will Work against Financiers

The Eureka Times Standard of California published a strong, to-the-point letter to the editor on April 2 from reader Arthur Miller, titled “Beware of ‘bank bail-in’ hazard.” “Are your deposits safe in banks? No,” he writes. “Why? It’s called bank … Continue reading

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Italy On The Move To Crush Banksters

A series of claims and court cases against banks and rating agencies in Italy is the sign of a lynch-mob sentiment in the population. It is not an accident that those institutional actions occurred a few days after the vote … Continue reading

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Portugal’s Defense Minister Demands Rewrite of `Social State’ Constitution

Portuguese Defense Minister Jose Pedro Aguiar-Branco launched a broadside on Wednesday against the “all-absorbing social State,” which he charged creates “the temptation for a totalitarian State.” In his remarks before the National Defense Institute, Aguiar-Branco called for Portugal’s Constitution to … Continue reading

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Between Nightmare and Graveyard: Europe Is a Ship of Fools

This article appears in the November 1, 2013 issue of Executive Intelligence Review. Between Nightmare and Graveyard: Europe Is a Ship of Fools by Helga Zepp-LaRouche [PDF version of this article] Oct. 28—If the consequences for so many people weren’t … Continue reading

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It’s Glass-Steagall or JP Morgan: You Choose

Former Securities and Exchange Commission attorney Edward Siedle discussed one of the ways in which criminal prosecution of JP Morgan Chase could bring down the whole financial system, in an article in Monday’s Wall Street Journal. “Banking regulators have reportedly … Continue reading

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Federal House Finance Agency Reaches Separate Deal with JPMorgan Chase on Mortgage Fraud

The Federal Housing Finance Agency (FHFA) announced yesterday that it had reached a separate deal with JPMorgan Chase, to settle mortgage fraud charges with a $5.1 billion fine. FHFA had been part of the global settlement negotiations underway between the … Continue reading

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Fed Opponent of Glass-Steagall Reveals the Ugly Alternative

What is the great new bank resolution plan which is supposed to mean we don’t need, and can’t have, Glass-Steagall restored to end Wall Street bailouts? New York Federal Reserve president William Dudley, an enemy of Glass-Steagall for 30 years, … Continue reading

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Glass-Steagall Pressure Forces Moves Against JP Morgan, Wall Street

With the momentum of reinstating Glass-Steagall breathing down the necks of Obama, Wall Street and the Anglo-Dutch financial oligarchy, intense negotiations between Obama’s Attorney General Eric Holder and the top officials and lawyers of JPMorgan have been going on to … Continue reading

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FT Op-Ed: If Jamie Dimon Wants To Save His Ass He Should Support Glass-Steagall

Oct. 7 (EIRNS)–An op-ed in today’s {Financial Times} calls for JPMorgan Chase’s Jamie Dimon, if he wants to save himself, to support Glass-Steagall and break up his bank. Author Robert Jenkins, former member of the Bank of England’s Financial Policy … Continue reading

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Government Shutdown Careens Toward Oct. 17 U.S. Debt Blowout

  Other than LaRouche PAC, no signs of sanity have emerged in Washington, D.C. over the last 24 hours on the government shutdown. If anything, the two sides are more entrenched, reaching new heights of sophistry, and with no serious … Continue reading

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