Monday, March 16, 2009

UnAmerican International Group

Yesterday we wondered about the "American" in AIG because AIG does not seem to care about what Americans think about it.

AIG China [hacked see wayback machine] has language on its home page that tells us as much about what is going on with AIG as the powers that be are telling us.

"We can't ..." is the only message at the moment that isn't greek.

We are being informed that AIG is sending bail out money to foreign nations or foreign banks.

What are the governments of those nations doing to help the AIG - Foreign ...

Why are US taxpayer dollars going to help foreign AIG's?

Here is a partial list of those getting US taxpayer dollars:
Deutsche Bank, Landesbank Baden-Wuerttemberg, Wachovia, Calyon, Rabobank, Société Générale, The Royal Bank of Scotland, Deutsche Zentral-Genossenschaftsbank, Dresdner Bank AG, UBS, Barclays, Bank of Montreal
Note that UBS is the one helping the very rich hide their money (thousands upon thousands of them) so they don't have to pay taxes like the rest of us.

When looking thru the Dresdner Bank AG info link you will come across The Carlyle Group fingerprints.

Which is Bush II family fingerprints going way back to Prescott Bush who did banking business with the NAZI party of Hitler's infamy.

The bottom line here is that taxpayer dollars are not flowing directly to US Companies who need it but out to foreign banks that have dealings with people who have caused our problems.

The past Treasury Secretary Paulson, who landed hundred of millions of dollars in capital gains from Goldman Sachs, without paying any taxes, directed how the TARP and AIG funds would begin to flow. This was just prior to the Bush II regime's end.

It seems like a payback or pay off or something of that nature that those taxpayer funds would flow to foreign banks and foreign locations that have been "good" to the Bush II regime and family business for decades.


  1. That German bank helped the Carlyle Group acquire a lot of businesses that would have profited handsomely from the recent and ongoing wars.

    Like Cheney's Haliburton, now a Dubai, UAE company, also did.


  3. Anonymous,

    I am resistant to descriptions that are too free with the words "all", "every", "never" and similar words that tend toward altruistic exaggerations, yet I do get your drift and appreciate the input.

    The New York Federal Reserve says this about BIS:

    * The Bank for International Settlements (BIS) provides central banks with a wide range of financial services, including reserve management and fiduciary services.

    * The BIS promotes cooperation among central banks and provides facilities for international financial operations.

    * The BIS facilitates the implementation of international financial agreements and conducts monetary, economic, and financial research and market analysis.

    * In June 1999, the Basel Committee on Banking Supervision issued a proposal for a new capital adequacy regulatory framework designed to differentiate degrees of risk more accurately and to improve the risk management practices of banks.

    * The Federal Reserve has been a member of the Board of Directors of the BIS since 1994.

    (NY Federal Reserve).

  4. sure to look for a document that describes what 'currency' is and what is 'money' in regards to the Central, World BAnk and IMF.

    Very interesting and difficult document to find..but when you 'desire' to find it, you will be in a new place. This blog will mean nothing at that point...

  5. Anonymous (6:43 AM),

    Yes a book and a blog are quite different. On a blog, which this is, we can't post a book.

    General discourse rather than demanding conclusions are the lot of the blogs.

    I like to read Chomsky which is linked to in the linked lists.

    Thanks for your comments.

  6. Anonymous (6:44 AM),

    This blog already means nothing at a certain point:

    The Certain Point ...

  7. All banks and other inanimate objects are owned by people and people are in families.

    So what?

  8. There are some developing events in the AIG debacle that do not look too good for AIG.

    Some of the payments seem to be illegal.

    Huffington Post has the Cuomo story update.