Tuesday, October 15, 2013

South Africa: Standard Bank Faces FIVE Counts of Civil Fraud.

Standard Bank Faces FIVE Counts of Civil Fraud.
Monday, September 17, 2012

The summons consist of 5 counts of civil fraud and 3 counts of contravention of the Bank Act. As far as we know this is the first time ever that any bank has been taken to task on charges of fraud. There is no doubt that this will escalate into a major media story as soon as it leaks out and the media realise the astronomical implications of this case.

In all the court appearances that we have had to date, that is Tellinger and many other individuals who dared to stand up to the seemingly insurmountable power of the banksters, the banks have never been questioned by the highly suspicious judges and/or put to task about the process of securitisation; the legal ownership of the actual loan or debt; the whereabouts of the original Promissory Notes; profiteering and undue enrichment; claiming to act as a bank when in fact they act as an agent or intermediary and other breaches of several codes of conduct. In essence, the judges have accepted everything the banks claim as ‘holy gospel’ while treating the people as guilty criminals. Now, Tellinger has become the applicant and we trust the courts and judges will be as harsh with the banks and their lawyers as they were with the people when facing what seems to be trumped up and unlawful charges by the banks.

It is important to remind our judges that they are the servants of the people and that they should start behaving as such – serving the people and delivering impartial justice based on evidence from all sides after duly considering the arguments of all parties. Our experience has shown that this is NOT the case. At this stage they seem to behaving like servants of the corporations, raising many questions about possible backroom deals and possible pay-offs to get certain judgements in favour of banks.

The Ubuntu Movement is investigating launching criminal charges against all the banks in the near future. We have already received 200 emails in support from people who want to join in the possible criminal charges. But our strength lies in the numbers of people that join us in the case, and the more affidavits we have the stronger our chances of waking up the judges and forcing them to critically cross-examine the banksters.

Until now their highly paid lawyers have been getting away with lying under oath (we have this on record for those who doubt us), presenting unacceptable affidavits on behalf of their clients, and using the highly complex court rules to avoid justice, while the banksters continue to unlawfully repossess property and executing it, and plunging millions of honest and hardworking South Africans into financial ruin which in many cases leads to suicide. There can be no greater abuse of power and the law that is currently exhibited by the banksters.

It appears that what we are dealing with here is the largest organised crime syndicate on planet earth – crippling humanity and getting away with it because of uniformed and ignorant judges who refuse to ask simple questions to put them behind bars. So for now, share this information with others and email us your details if you want to join in the possible criminal charges action the banks. We will send you a short affidavit to fill in – very simple and quick. We hope to get more than 1000 people to join in the action.

Email us at criminalbanks@ubuntuparty.org.za

Posted by Michael Tellinger at Monday, September 17, 2012 

Philadelphia Man Moves to Foreclose on Wells Fargo Over Mortgage


Philadelphia Man Moves to Foreclose on Wells Fargo Over Mortgage
Feb. 17, 2011
Business Digital Reporter

The saga began in 2009, when Patrick Rodgers first wrote to Wells Fargo, requesting itemized information about the mortgage on his home in Philadelphia. His homeowners' insurance provider was forcing him to take out a $1 million policy on his home, which he maintains is worth far less than that.When a Philadelphia man became fed up with his bank for failing to respond to his mortgage questions, he took them to court and won. In a twist that will warm the hearts of millions with underwater loans, he moved to foreclose on Wells Fargo's local office.

Over the next year he sent at least four letters to Wells Fargo from June to September and got exactly no replies.

The ZAP Report October 15, 2013

Comments in red are solely mine.  -Bill

Poofness Office & ZAP Update - October 14, 2013: The season of change

Greeting and Salutations,

Fortunately the Kabuki theatre [ooh like that term! or is that a threat like last October?] is nearly ended, and the currency revaluation is beginning. Pay attention to the activities after the banking holiday this coming week; I'm hearing it could be a very exciting time.

The best thing that happened in DC came from the chaplain of the Congress. Here is his prayer for the Congress and the country:


Opening Prayer 
Reverend Patrick J. Conroy, S.J.

Loving God, we give You thanks for giving us another day.

Lord, You know there are many Americans who look to the people's House as uncertainty about the future of the economy and their livelihoods hang in the balance. Petty partisanship and ever–politicizing rhetoric should have no place at all when men and women of goodwill come together to serve the common good.

We ask again that You bless the Members of the people's House with the understanding that it is their work to develop the strategies and plans to assuage the fears of their fellow countrymen and –women.

We ask again that You impel those who possess power here in the Capitol to be mindful of those whom they represent who possess little or no power and whose lives are made all the more difficult by a failure to work out serious differences.

May all that is done today be for Your greater honor and glory.


Poof said: “The boys behind the scenes are taking steps to take those "in" power, "out" of power. You all want to believe this but some don't. So its okay but wait and see! There has been some holding off to make the final checks on all changes that have to happen before this whole thing is turned loose.

You need to know that the "New World Order" is caving in and the "New Golden Age" is coming. The changes have been happening for a while now, and the world is actively engaged in a change of heart. Many things are scheduled to occur to make this a reality for all...

Here’s ZAP…

I miss Dylan Ratigan!!!

A friend posted this on Facebook, it is believed to be from 2003.

Dylan Ratigan quit his news job to run a hydroponic organic farm, “Archi’s Acres” in San Diego County, that trains Vets to be organic hydroponic farmers.

Benjamin Fulford - October 15, 2013: Will humanity’s long nightmare finally begin to end this week with the bankruptcy of DC?

Monday, October 14, 2013

Benjamin Fulford - October 15, 2013: Will humanity’s long nightmare finally begin to end this week with the bankruptcy of DC?

All of us who have watched in horror and disgust over the years as the rogue regime in Washington D.C. has carried out mass murder and countless other unspeakable crimes are hoping they will go bankrupt this week on October 17th.

It is a fact that this criminally insane rogue government has murdered through over 50 million people since World War 2 ended. This cabal also recently staged a sarin gas attack in Syria in yet another effort to start World War 3. This regime hijacked the Republic of the United States of America and turned that Christian nation into a mass of brainwashed couch potatoes or mindless, subservient thugs.

Bankrupting the US criminal regime will deal a fatal blow to the international mafia hiding above most of the world’s publicly visible governments.

This is the same mafia that publicly executed President John F. Kennedy. They have also either murdered, bribed or intimidated most other world leaders ever since that time including many of the current leaders of the G20 group of nations.

UK court to hear evidence ahead of landmark Libor ruling


UK court to hear evidence ahead of landmark Libor ruling
By Matt Scuffham

LONDON | Sat Oct 12, 2013 7:00pm EDT

Oct 13 (Reuters) - A British court will this week consider whether attempted manipulation of the benchmark interest rate Libor can invalidate loans and other deals or show that banks mis-sold products that were based upon the rate.

The Court of Appeal will on Tuesday begin a 3-day hearing examining two separate cases brought by clients against Barclays and Deutsche Bank. It is expected to hand down a landmark ruling later in the year, according to sources familiar with the cases.

If the decision goes against the banks, it could open the door to many more cases being brought against the industry by companies citing Libor manipulation, opening banks up to compensation claims worth billions of pounds.

The London interbank offered rate (Libor) is used to price over $300 trillion of financial contracts around the world.

"To unwind all Libor-linked derivative contracts would be financial Armageddon," said Abhishek Sachdev, managing director of Vedanta Hedging, which advises companies on interest rate hedging products.

In previous legal rulings judges have stopped short of saying Libor is relevant to all claims against banks but said it could be used in cases where contracts have been linked specifically to the benchmark.

Barclays is being sued for up to 70 million pounds ($112 million) by Guardian Care Homes, a UK residential care home operator, which alleges the bank mis-sold it interest rate hedging products that were based upon Libor.

The case has been delayed until April 2014 so the appeal decision can be heard. It started out as a complaint about the alleged mis-selling of interest rate swaps but a judge ruled last October that it could be amended to include claims of fraudulent misrepresentation connected to Libor manipulation.

Barclays said the case has no merit because Guardian Care Homes had sufficient understanding of the products to make its own judgment over whether to enter into the agreements.

"The addition of a claim based on what happened with Libor does not change the bank's view. This business had a suite of advisors and a lot of financial experience and skill in-house," it said on Friday.

Barclays last year paid a $450 million to settle allegations it manipulated Libor, and UBS and Royal Bank of Scotland have been fined for manipulating Libor. Deutsche is among several other banks under investigation.

Deutsche Bank last year sued Indian property firm Unitech for the repayment of a $150 million loan made in 2007 by a consortium of lenders and for the repayment of $11 million owed for a related interest-rate swap.

But Unitech counter-sued, saying the loan and swap deal were linked to Libor interest rates, which at the time were being manipulated by some banks.

A UK court last month said Unitech must repay the loan, but said the dispute over the related swap should go to trial.

The judge said just because there was evidence the Libor rate had been manipulated did not make a loan void. But he said the terms of the swap agreement and its specific link to a Libor contract were more contentious.

"The defendant's attempts to introduce broad and unsupported allegations about Libor, which have already been rejected once by the High Court, are a bid to delay payment and divert attention from its unpaid debts," Deutsche Bank said on Friday.

Lawyers for Guardian Care Homes and Unitech declined to comment.

Bashar's Most Profound Speech...

Collective hu-manity Intention Has Reached Necessary Level for Next Gaia Upgrade

Collective hu-manity Intention Has Reached Necessary Level for Next Gaia Upgrade
by ÉirePort

Collective hu-manity intention has reached necessary level for next Gaia upgrade.

Energetics are aligned for massive forward and upward movement by hu-manity collective. Alterations in such are currently not allowed by these Energetics and supporting grid structures. 

hu-manity now progresses rapidly to Hue-manity.

Gaia Ascension assured.

ÉirePort | October 15, 2013 at 17:35
URL: http://wp.me/p2sFUY-pb

Chinese to Build High Speed Rail from China thru Thailand, Malaysia to Singapore

Building a high-speed railway through Thailand
10-13-2013 10:34 BJT

By CCTV correspondent Tony Cheng
The basic agreements to build a high speed rail network linking China and Thailand have been in place for some time. But, construction has not yet started after disagreements over the exact route of the railway. As CCTV’s Tony Cheng reports from Bangkok, there appears to be renewed momentum now in getting the megaproject underway.

Catching the slow train to nowhere.

Thailand’s rail system has fallen into disrepair over recent years. A lack of investment in infrastructure and rolling stock, and the popularity of road and air travel. But that could all be about to change.

Chinese Premier Li Ke Qiang arrives to open an exhibition about the high speed rail network which could connect China to Thailand, and on to Singapore. The project appeared to have lost momentum but the Chinese government is keen to push ahead. And at the highest levels of the Thai government consensus that it is time to get moving.

The whole project will take much longer. But the ambition is to integrate mainland ASEAN and China via a high speed network…bringing passengers and freight from North to South Asia in less than 12 hours.

The project could yet be derailed. Proposals put before the Thai parliament earlier this year for investment in the rail network met serious criticism. Many feel the benefits for Thailand don’t merit the investment required. That may be where China steps in. With Chinese technology, but most importantly, financial backing, the high speed rail dream could move from fantasy to fact.
The public backing of the Chinese government at the highest level, could give the project the momentum it needs. And keep it on track until Beijing is just a train ride away,

Tony Cheng CCTV Bangkok Thailand.
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