Saturday, December 15, 2012

HSBC: Too Big to Jail

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In this episode, Max Keiser and Stacy Herbert look at HSBC being fined rather than criminally charged in order to avoid destabilizing the system, while JP Morgan and others are being sued for about a trillion in bad mortgages investors were duped into buying. They also look at "1001" under which bankers who lied to the federal housing authorities could be criminally tried for lying to a federal official.

In the second half, Max Keiser talks to Kyra Maya Phillips of about democracy aboard pirate ships of the 18th century on which No Plunder, No Pay was the name of the game and innovation happened on the fringe. Max proposes banksters walk the plank in a specially built platform in Trafalgar Square.

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Anonymous said...

HSBC gave 2 mortgages to an unemployed 60 year old and a woman 5 years after diagnosis for Alzheimer's
Where is the care,the scrutiny.Corrupt and callous to the core!!!!!

Anonymous said...

I used to process HSBC financing in my previous job (of which I was fired from recently), if I knew about their illegal activity back then I would never have done it. I also was suspicious of processing add ons to sales through HSBC as it is not done digitally where I was.

Anonymous said...

there was a movie about this exact thing

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