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Forum Post: HSBC: Flagship Bank Of Britain’s Dope, Inc.

Posted 1 year ago on Aug. 1, 2012, 9:55 a.m. EST by arturo (3169) from Shanghai, Shanghai
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July 23—It should come as no surprise that British banking giant HSBC was caught laundering money for drug cartels and terrorist groups. HSBC, as we shall show, is the kingpin bank of the global drug trade, a bank which, since its founding in 1865, has been devoted to financing drug crops and laundering the proceeds. HSBC is, in fact, one of the key controlling institutions of the global illicit drug cartel we call Dope, Inc.

If you think that is an outlandish claim, consider the fact that EIR, through its book Dope, Inc., and in its affilicated War on Drugs magazine, published in the early 1980s by the National Anti-Drug Coalition, have made this charge for over 30 years, and have never been sued or challenged by the bank.

For years, when banks have been caught laundering drug money, they have claimed that they did not know, that they were but victims of sneaky drug dealers and a few corrupt employees. Nothing could be further from the truth. The truth is that a considerable portion of the global banking system is explicitly dedicated to handling the enormous volume of cash produced daily by dope traffickers. This banking apparatus is essential to the functioning of Dope, Inc.— without it, the drug cartels would quickly choke on their own cash.

Contrary to popular opinion, it is not “demand” from the world’s population which creates the mind destroying drug trade. Rather, it is the world financial oligarchy, looking for massive profits and the destruction of the minds of the population it is determined to dominate, which organized the drug trade. The case of HSBC underscores that point.

The banks—not all of them, but most of the big international ones—are an integral part of Dope, Inc. Serving as the central bank of this global apparatus, is HSBC.

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[-] 1 points by Proteus (141) from Quebec, QC 1 year ago

I only needed a fraction of that knowledge as a young man to make the vow of never, ever, encourage this system by having a job in it and paying taxes, i devoted my life to the pursue of another way and I find nobody, strictly nobody to walk along with me.

People are so deep in it that they react to many such things, and I say many, like it is an ordinary part of their life, only worth small talk while saying hi to friends. People are adapted, they tolerate, accept, pardon, even try to find compassion at all the crap of this system they still defend as the best, andf it is democracy as well as capitalism as well as socialism, It is what I call an ego reality. And then they say they are powerless, that we should make a think thank to find solutions while there are people like me that passed their life making whole packages of solutions that strictly nobody want to read about, I would have to go on television and all what I would reap is comments about how intelligent I am.

I'm disgusted at the system, but now I understand the futility of trying anything else, and don't you ever dream that governments will make a better world, everybody is working hand in hand, even the peaceful protesters that only practice and prepare the system, even if some get their candy. Continue to babble endlessly until you're in the face of your own inadequacy, or call me when you'll truly want a different reality, but it is evident to me that it will be too late then.

Until that day will come, I'm done dealing with intellectual babblers, I'm in love somewhere away from all this.

[-] 1 points by Proteus (141) from Quebec, QC 1 year ago

Sorry if I hurt anybody, but I would want so much to see hints that things will get better...

[-] 1 points by gnomunny (5688) from St Louis, MO 1 year ago

Great post, arturo.

The three biggest cash cows in the world: Guns, illicit drugs, human trafficking. What a world.

[-] 1 points by arturo (3169) from Shanghai, Shanghai 1 year ago

Yes, and the big banks are obviously involved with drugs, I wonder if they're involved with the other vices also.

[-] 1 points by gnomunny (5688) from St Louis, MO 1 year ago

Probably.

[-] 1 points by Nevada1 (4024) 1 year ago

Hi Arturo, Good forum post. Regarding the way the world is run, nothing is as it seems. Best regards.