BLACK MONEY = BLOOD MONEY

Dinero NEGRO = Dinero de SANGRE

Foreign aid is not working, because for every $1 sent to poor countries, $10 is drained out.
Poor countries are not poor, it is “just” that their wealth is being taken away, robbed by corrupt politicians, bankers, investors and other criminals, who then hide it on the TREASURE ISLANDS.
An estimated $1 Trillion (1.000.000.000.000) or more disappears each year in the pockets of just a few political and corporate Pirates, leaving 3 Billion people (3.000.000.000) in poverty, hunger and disease.

Major Banks help clients hide Trillions in Offshore Tax Havens (Treasure Islands)

Major Banks = UBS, Credit Suisse, JPMorgan, Goldman Sachs…. (referred to in the video)

“Clients” = global corporations:: Microsoft, Apple, Google… (everybody knows, try any newspaper, other industries coming up)

I will do my best to continue both listings, endlessly if necessary,  with any valid linkable reference I can find or what YOU can send me.

I guess best would be from “official” Main Stream Media, since that is the official news “they” want or allow us to know, so the only ones trustworthy by the ruling elite standards, which is what makes it “legal” (to them) and not “some” conspiracy theory they can wave away.

Here’s the video:

I ask and hope for your cooperation and contributions, and that they be enough to make a new site ONLY dedicated to linking all the TAX PARADISES, “ordinary” BANKS and CORPORATIONS, through history (since the “invention” of BANK SECRECY) so we have at least a sort of bird view over what is actually happening in this world.

For the moment just the list of the 50 biggest “official” BANKS in the world according to Global Finance Magazine, so we have something to start with.

O, as a first piece of “homework”, if you want: just look at the numbers, sum them and know that an estimated 25 to 30% of the money is hidden on Treasure Islands.

World’s 50 Biggest Banks 2012
Rank Bank Country Total Assets ($m) Statement Date
1 Deutsche Bank Germany 2,799,977 12/31/11
2 HSBC United Kingdom 2,555,579 12/31/11
3 BNP Paribas France 2,542,738 12/31/11
4 Industrial and Commercial Bank of China China 2,456,287 12/31/11
5 Mitsubishi UFJ Financial Group Japan 2,447,950 3/31/11
6 Crédit Agricole France 2,431,796 12/31/11
7 Barclays Group United Kingdom 2,417,327 12/31/11
8 Royal Bank of Scotland United Kingdom 2,329,726 12/31/11
9 JPMorgan Chase United States 2,265,792 12/31/11
10 Bank of America United States 2,129,046 12/31/11
11 China Construction Bank (CCB) China 1,949,213 12/31/11
12 Mizuho Financial Group, Inc. Japan 1,890,219 3/31/11
13 Bank of China China 1,877,514 12/31/11
14 Citigroup United States 1,873,878 12/31/11
15 Agricultural Bank of China China 1,853,313 12/31/11
16 ING Group Netherlands 1,655,101 12/31/11
17 Banco Santander Spain 1,619,259 12/31/11
18 Sumitomo Mitsui Financial Group Japan 1,598,424 3/31/11
19 Société Générale France 1,528,492 12/31/11
20 UBS Switzerland 1,508,302 12/31/11
21 Lloyds Banking Group United Kingdom 1,500,535 12/31/11
22 Groupe BPCE France 1,472,887 12/31/11
23 Wells Fargo United States 1,313,867 12/31/11
24 UniCredit Italy 1,199,079 12/31/11
25 Credit Suisse Switzerland 1,115,065 12/31/11
26 China Development Bank China 992,158 12/31/11
27 Rabobank Netherlands 946,649 12/31/11
28 Goldman Sachs United States 942,140 12/31/11
29 Nordea Sweden 926,645 12/31/11
30 Norinchukin Bank* Japan 908,793 9/30/11
31 Commerzbank AG Germany 856,208 12/31/11
32 Intesa Sanpaolo Italy 827,042 12/31/11
33 Royal Bank of Canada (RBC) Canada 797,262 10/31/11
34 Banco Bilbao Vizcaya Argentaria (BBVA) Spain 773,305 12/31/11
35 National Australia Bank Australia 737,243 9/30/11
36 TD Bank Group Canada 735,947 10/31/11
37 Bank of Communications China 731,826 12/31/11
38 Commonwealth Bank of Australia Australia 717,245 6/30/11
39 Westpac Australia 655,544 9/30/11
40 KfW Germany 640,209 12/31/11
41 Standard Chartered Plc United Kingdom 599,070 12/31/11
42 Scotiabank (Bank of Nova Scotia) Canada 596,990 10/31/11
43 Danske Bank Denmark 596,004 12/31/11
44 ANZ Group Australia 581,463 9/30/11
45 Dexia Belgium 534,039 12/31/11
46 DZ Bank Germany 525,198 12/31/11
47 Banco do Brasil S.A. Brazil 523,295 12/31/11
48 Bank of Montreal (BMO) Canada 502,737 10/31/11
49 Banque Fédérative du Crédit Mutuel France 494,501 12/31/11
50 Landesbank Baden-Württemberg Germany 482,674 12/31/11

SOURCE: Fitch Solutions, except *Moody’s Investor Service

Just so it is not all BLACK & BLOOD here a view of how we, the people (mankind), could progress once we get rid of TAX PARADISES first and the whole banking system secondly, until we can leave economy, money & profit-oriented consumerism obsessed, environment-destroying industry as a whole behind us and start living in harmony and peace with nature and each other.

(to be correct, its not really consumerism: homo sapiens by nature is not like that, its just imposed by productionism = large profit-obsessed industry manipulating us through publictiy to make us “want” stuff we actually don’t want and, certainly, not need)

Have a nice day, life!  😉

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Comments
  1. […] BLACK Money = BLOOD Money […]

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