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Showing posts with label money laundering. Show all posts
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Thursday, March 30, 2017

Bitcoin outlawed and users could be considered to be money launderers in India according to central bank

There was a huge hit on March 28 for Bitcoin proponents as a nation with nearly 20% of the world's population has officially declared the crypto-currency to be an outlaw form of money, and that users of Bitcoin could be considered to be money launderers.

In a statement made by the Indian government in collaboration with comments made recently by their central bank, use of any virtual currency other than the Rupee is to be considered unathorized and users to be assumed as money launderers upon investigation.

The government today said use of virtual currencies like Bitcoins is not authorised by RBI and could result in breach of anti-money laundering provisions. 
The RBI has already cautioned users, holders and traders of virtual currency, including Bitcoin, about the potential financial, legal and security risks arising from the usage. 
"The absence of counter parties in usage of virtual currencies including Bitcoins, for illicit and illegal activities in anonymous/pseudonymous systems could subject the users to unintentional breaches of anti-money laundering and combating the financing of terrorism laws," Minister of State for Finance, Arjun Ram Meghwal, said in a written reply in the Rajya Sabha. 
He further said that the creation of virtual currencies like Bitcoins as a medium of payments is not authorised by any central bank or monetary authority. - Economic Times of India
Over the past several months the Modi government has enacted several monetary policies meant to go after tax evaders, buyers of gold and other hard assets, as well as force individuals into the banking system where he hopes to one day soon bring about a cashless society.  And of course the threat of alternative currencies like Bitcoin go absolutely against his and the Indian central bank's monetary agendas.

Monday, March 13, 2017

New report shows that Bitcoin is not a primary currency for terrorist funding and money laundering

As a modern day axiom likes to say, 'Don't steal, the government hates competition.'.  And this is exactly why both governments and central banks despise monetary forms and systems that are outside their control.

Bitcoin of course was created to be a completely de-centralized form of money through which governments and central banks could not destroy using their well oiled processes of monetary expansion, devaluation, and inflation.  And now that it has become an ever growing part of the mainstream, one of their new fears is that because they cannot control its price in the open markets, Bitcoin is acting in the aspect that gold used to by revealing how insolvent the dollar and other world currencies really are.

So if governments and central banks are unable to control, regulate, manipulate, or even co-opt the crypto-currency, this leaves one final arrow in their quiver to try to dissuade the masses from moving into it.  And that of course is propaganda.

Over the past few years governments have used their controlled mainstream press to try to label Bitcoin as the currency of drug dealers, money launderers, and of course, terrorist groups.  But a new report out on March 2 shows that in fact the use of Bitcoin in financing terrorism or in laundering money for illicit groups is nothing more than a canard.

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Ever since bitcoin started gaining popularity, claims have been made as to how this “anonymous” currency facilitates terrorist financing. That has always been a very disturbing claim, even though there was never any solid evidence to back up these claims by any means. In fact, this particular UK report goes to show how cryptocurrency is not used by terrorists, and most likely never will. 
It is evident government officials overreact when they are greeted with new and innovative technologies. Particularly when these innovations take place in the financial sector. Terrorist financing has been a thorn in the side of government officials for quite some time now, yet they are no step closer to finding out where the money is coming from. Blaming bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies for this issue is a logical conclusion, even though officials are incapable of providing this is happening. - The Merkel
Ironically over the past few years, it has been proven that it is more likely that highly regulated global banks participate in money laundering, illicit activities, and aiding in terrorist funding far more than any other type of alternative banking or currency mechanisms.  And there is even one report that suggests that the major Western banks would have gone insolvent if it weren't for their participation in laundering money for the drug cartels during the 2008 financial crisis.

The rise of Bitcoin has almost moved in tandem with the rise of populism and the growing rejection of fascist government controls and central bank monetary destruction.  And when you include the growing rebellion coming against the mainstream media, who are today seen as little more than a propaganda arm of each, the labeling of Bitcoin as a currency for criminals by governments no longer holds any water, and the facts are now coming out to prove it.

Wednesday, July 13, 2016

European Union wants to now monitor all Bitcoin transactions when used within Eurozone

As the financial and banking systems begin to implode all across the Eurozone, a new proposal by the European Commission (EC) seeks to dissuade the use of Bitcoin as an alternative to devalued fiat currencies by attempting to monitor all customer transactions under the guise of ‘terrorism and money laundering’.
Bitcoin is crypto-currency which was created to allow de-centralized commerce between two parties, and outside the purview of government and central bank control.  And its rise in popularity has caused fear within the establishment which has sought to both label it a security rather than a currency, and in using propaganda such as ‘only criminals use Bitcoin’ to scare average people from investigating and moving into the digital money.
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Tuesday, April 26, 2016

As cyber-thieves used SWIFT to steal $80 million from the Fed, how safe are your accounts from hackers?

The American people have been subconsciously programmed to trust both their government, and their banking systems as institutions dedicated to protecting their money and livelihoods.  However, just as we are seeing today in the race for the Presidency, and in a cyber-hack of the Federal Reserve by foreigners, security only exists to protect the establishment, and actions are only taken when their power is threatened.
In 2010 Congress passed legislation to put the onus of bailing out banks on the depositors, and away from the responsibility that was supposed to be assigned to Federal regulators.  And while further laws were later enacted to go after common Americans who might have moved their money offshore in past years (FATCA), little has been done to protect vital areas such as the grid, or the U.S. banking system itself from hackers and cyber-attacks.
Which leads one to wonder why the recent theft of over $80 million by cyber-thieves out of Bangladesh against the Federal Reserve itself, and through loopholes in the SWIFT system, have received little fanfare or seriousness by Washington.  And the only answer that can be determined is that those sovereign and NGO entities who use SWIFT for money laundering must protect their mechanisms at all costs, even at the potential loss of tens of millions of dollars.
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Wednesday, April 13, 2016

Panama Papers: Intelligence agencies including the CIA used offshore service to funnel money for operations

A leaked report in the ongoing Panama Papers scandal has revealed new sources using the law firm of Mossack Fonseca to funnel money offshore, and to provide services for ongoing off-book operations.  In an announcement made by German newspaper Sueddeutsche Zeitung, the Panamanian firm helped facilitate accounts for several intelligence services, including the U.S. Central Intelligence Agency (CIA), to hide and funnel money for agents and operations.
Using shell and other holding companies is nothing new for intelligence apparatus, but today’s revelations will open new scrutiny for the CIA and other national spy services who may be using the law firm to launder money in illicit activities such as drug running and funding NGO organizations tied to terrorist groups.
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Saturday, April 9, 2016

Forget the Panama Papers, Rothschild makes the U.S. a world leader in offshore tax safe havens

As more and more information becomes disclosed regarding the offshore scheme know today as the ‘Panama Papers’, its affects appear minor compared to the growing tax haven, money laundering outlet, and offshore wealth destination that is the United States.  And in a re-accounting of a missive that was glossed over by both the media and the government back in January, representatives from the banking family that sits at the top of the elitist pyramid revealed that U.S. government efforts towards stopping tax evaders and offshore accounts ignore these activities on its own shores.

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Tuesday, November 24, 2015

Watchdog reveals that the London banking system protocols allow for money laundering by terror groups

Since 9/11, most of the draconian laws instituted in the West under the guise of ‘fighting terrorism’ were never meant to actually fight and stop these radical groups, but instead they were created to instill fear, and remove liberties from the people’s of these countries.  And one does not have to go very far to realize this than to look just 10 days ago in Paris where a small group of terrorists were able to inflict massive amounts of violence under the noses of a government that already had massive surveillance and wiretapping systems already in place to protect against incidents like this.
But besides communication and coordination,  terrorists also need funding to be able to carry out their horrific objectives.  And in a new report from the watchdog group, Transparency International, a study on one of the most surveilled cities in the world shows that very little has been done to secure their banking systems from being used as a monetary conduit for terrorists, and that their banks are wide open to playing a big role in today’s terrorism.

Sunday, November 22, 2015

Here we go… EU goes after Bitcoin under guise of ‘funding terrorism’

In the aftermath of the terror attacks in Paris last weekend, leaders within the European Union (EU) are functioning as expected by engaging in a reactionary crisis mode as they attempt to appear relevant following the deaths of over 100 people.  And using the axiom coined by former U.S. Chief of Staff Rahm Emmanuel where governments should never let a crisis ‘go to waste’, EU ministers have begin focusing on Bitcoin rather than the root causes of the attacks by claiming the crypto-currency is a primary platform for the funding of terrorism.
Bitcoin in itself is amoral, and acts as a medium of exchange between any number of paper currencies, or in direct trade for goods and services.  And like the failed arguments made by a small section of the population that claims that guns kill people, even though it is little more than an inanimate tool used for good or evil, the real reasons behind Europe’s new push to regulate Bitcoin is more about control than it is about halting terrorism or illegal activity.

Sunday, July 19, 2015

As Germany attempts to crucify Greece, their biggest bank is now under investigation for money laundering

Throughout the entire Greek crisis, German Finance Minister Schaeuble has been front and center in trying to hold a hard line against the Southern European country whom he believes should be given no mercy for the hundreds of billions of dollars worth of loans that went into the coffers of his and other banks, and not the Greek people.  In fact, the majority of the money Greece owes to creditors was not through any fault of their own, but as a result of a forced bank bailout made to institutions outside of Greece.
So while the German Finance Minister continues to pretend to be the arbiter of fiscal responsibility for Europe, on July 16 three new investigations began against Germany’s largest bank, which pertain to money laundering charges that have arisen amidst the sanctions the West has imposed on Russia.
 

Sunday, May 24, 2015

We are now once again at the peak of the new housing bubble

The bursting of the Housing Bubble in 2007 that signaled the lead-in to the overall stock market collapse and credit crisis was quantified by two key technical points.  First, home prices were far above their actual values, with bidding wars causing prices to escalate for even the most run down shack.  And second, a large portion of home buyers near the end were sub-prime mortgage borrowers who couldn’t afford the monthly payments once the economy collapsed, and job losses escalated during the recession.
So using these two parameters, it is fair to say that the Fed’s mission of re-inflating the housing market has been a success, and any artificially stimulated bubble has only one sure outcome.
To burst.