The Business Plot; Royal Bank of Scotland; Sir Fred Goodwin; BCCI
"Financial firms face a 'new world order' .... research firm CreditSights said in a report..." (Banks face New World Order, consolidation)
2. Banks do get involved in plots.
The Business Plot was a fascist conspiracy involving wealthy businessmen to overthrow Roosevelt in 1933.
Details came to light when General Smedley Butler testified before a Congressional committee that a group of men had attempted to recruit him to serve as the leader of a plot.
Butler testified before the McCormack-Dickstein Committee in 1934 .
The committee deleted extensive excerpts from the report relating to Wall Street financiers including J.P. Morgan & Co. (Business Plot - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia)
Today, JP Morgan Chase is part of the Rockefeller empire.
(Chase Manhattan Banks Right wing Relationship - Click Here)
3. Why did one of the world's top banks, Royal Bank of Scotland, get into such deep trouble?
On 19 Jun 2008, the Royal Bank of Scotland advised clients 'to brace for a full-fledged crash in global stock and credit markets.' (http://www.telegraph.co.uk/alert.html)
4. But, were the right people in charge of Royal bank of Scotland?
Sir Fred Goodwin was chief executive of the Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) from 2001 to 2008.
His mother was of German Jewish heritage. (Fred Goodwin - Wikipedia)
After University, he joined accountants Touche Ross.
Reportedly, Touche Ross has had links to the CIA (Cached)
Goodwin, while working for Touche Ross, was chief operating officer of the worldwide liquidation of BCCI, Bank of Credit and Commerce International, in 1990.
The BCCI was called the CIA’s money-laundering facility. (Bank of Credit and Commerce International - Wikipedia.)
According to an article at Wikipedia:
"RBS has been involved in an increasing number of environmental and human rights controversies since Sir Fred Goodwin took the helm in 2001.
"RBS is heavily involved in financing large oil, gas and mining projects world-wide that environmental organizations like BankTrack, PLATFORM , Pacific Environment, The Cornerhouse, and Rainforest Action Network call 'dodgy deals' that they say severely damage the environment and local communities, and that contribute significantly to climate change.
"A profile by BankTrack tracks RBS financing of corporations involved in the production of uranium weapons, as well as the controversial Baku-T’blisi-Ceyhan oil pipeline transecting Azerbaijan, Georgia and Turkey, the Sakhalin II oil and gas scheme in eastern Russia, the Freeport McMoRan mine in Indonesia, Sinopec oil and gas in Burma, the Dynegy coal fired power plant and mountaintop removal coal mining in the US." - Fred Goodwin - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Sir Fred Goodwin has been a regular visitor to his friend, UK prime minister Gordon Brown. "Goodwin is one of a small handful of City grandees that the Chancellor relies on to give him advice." (Profile: Sir Fred Goodwin - Telegraph)
Could Sir Fred have had links to the wrong sort of people?
5. What about the other directors of Royal Bank of scotland?
The Directors of Royal Bank of Scotland (early October 2008) include:
Sir Tom McKillop (Who reportedly attended the last Bilderberg meeting)
Sir Fred Goodwin, appointed 1998.
Gordon Pell, formerly group director of Lloyds TSB UK Retail Banking.
Guy Whittaker, appointed to the Board in February 2006, after spending 25 years with Citigroup.
Lawrence Fish, an American, appointed to the Board in January 1993, previously a director of the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston.
Charles 'Bud' Koch, an American, was chairman, president and chief executive officer of Charter One Financial, Inc. and its wholly owned subsidiary, Charter One Bank, N.A.
Joe MacHale, appointed to the Board in September 2004, held a number of senior executive positions with JP Morgan between 1979 and 2001, and was latterly chief executive of JP Morgan Europe, Middle East and Africa Region.
John McFarlane, appointed to the Board on 1 October 2008, was at one time head of Citicorp/Citibank in the UK and Ireland.
Sir Steve Robson, appointed to the Board in July 2001, a non-executive director of JP Morgan Cazenove Holdings.
Arthur (Art) Ryan, appointed to the Board on 1 October 2008, previously held a senior position with the former Chase Manhattan Bank NA.
Peter Sutherland, appointed to the Board in January 2001, is chairman of BP plc and Goldman Sachs International. He was formerly a director general of the World Trade Organisation.