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Why Are Banking Executives In London Killing Themselves?

JPMorgan Tower In London - Photo by Danesman1Bankers committing suicide by jumping from the rooftops of their own banks is something that we think of when we think of the Great Depression.  Well, it just happened in London, England.  A vice president at JPMorgan’s European headquarters in London plunged to his death after jumping from the top of the 33rd floor.  He fell more than 500 feet, and it is being reported by an eyewitness that “there was quite a lot of blood“.  This comes on the heels of news that a former Deutsche Bank executive was found hanged in his home in London on Sunday.  So why is this happening?  Yes, the markets have gone down a little bit recently but they certainly have not crashed yet.  Could there be more to these deaths than meets the eye?  You never know.  And as I will discuss below, there have been a lot of other really strange things happening around the world lately as well.

But before we get to any of that, let’s take a closer look at some of these banker deaths.  The JPMorgan executive that jumped to his death on Tuesday was named Gabriel Magee.  He was 39 years old, and his suicide has the city of London in shock

A bank executive who died after jumping 500ft from the top of JP Morgan’s European headquarters in London this morning has been named as Gabriel Magee.

The American senior manager, 39, fell from the 33-story skyscraper and was found on the ninth floor roof, which surrounds the Canary Wharf skyscraper.

He was a vice president in the corporate and investment bank technology department having joined in 2004, moving to Britain from the United States in 2007.

What would cause a man in his prime working years who is making huge amounts of money to do something like that?

The death on Sunday of former Deutsche Bank executive Bill Broeksmit is also a mystery.  According to the Daily Mail, police consider his death to be “non-suspicious”, which means that they believe that it was a suicide and not a murder…

A former Deutsche Bank executive has been found dead at a house in London, it emerged today.

The body of William ‘Bill’ Broeksmit, 58, was discovered at his home in South Kensington on Sunday shortly after midday by police, who had been called to reports of a man found hanging at a house.

Mr Broeksmit – who retired last February – was a former senior manager with close ties to co-chief executive Anshu Jain. Metropolitan Police officers said his death was declared as non-suspicious.

On top of that, Business Insider is reporting that a communications director at another bank in London was found dead last week…

Last week, a U.K.-based communications director at Swiss Re AG died last week. The cause of death has not been made public.

Perhaps it is just a coincidence that these deaths have all come so close to one another.  After all, people die all the time.

And London is rather dreary this time of the year.  It is easy for people to get depressed if they are not accustomed to endless gloomy weather.

If the stock market was already crashing, it would be easy to blame the suicides on that.  The world certainly remembers what happened during the crash of 1929

Historically, bankers have been stereotyped as the most likely to commit suicide. This has a lot to do with the famous 1929 stock market crash, which resulted in 1,616 banks failing and more than 20,000 businesses going bankrupt. The number of bankers committing suicide directly after the crash is thought to have been only around 20, with another 100 people connected to the financial industry dying at their own hand within the year.

But the market isn’t crashing just yet.  We definitely appear to be at a “turning point“, but things are still at least somewhat stable.

So why are bankers killing themselves?

That is a good question.

As I mentioned above, there have also been quite a few other strange things that have happened lately that seem to be “out of place”.

For example, Matt Drudge of the Drudge Report posted the following cryptic message on Twitter the other day…

“Have an exit plan…”

What in the world does he mean by that?

Maybe that is just a case of Drudge being Drudge.

Then again, maybe not.

And on Tuesday we learned that a prominent Russian Bank has banned all cash withdrawals until next week…

Bloomberg reports that ‘My Bank’ – one of Russia’s top 200 lenders by assets – has introduced a complete ban on cash withdrawals until next week. While the Ruble has been losing ground rapidly recently, we suspect few have been expecting bank runs in Russia.

Yes, we have heard some reports of people having difficulty getting money out of their banks around the world lately, but this news out of Russia really surprised me.

Yet another story that seemed rather odd was a report in the Wall Street Journal earlier this week that stated that Germany’s central bank is advocating “a one-time wealth tax” for European nations that need a bailout…

Germany’s central bank Monday proposed a one-time wealth tax as an option for euro-zone countries facing bankruptcy, reviving a idea that has circled for years in Europe but has so far gained little traction.

Why would they be suggesting such a thing if “economic recovery” was just around the corner?

According to that same article, the IMF has recommended a similar thing…

The International Monetary Fund in October also floated the idea of a one-time “capital levy,” amid a sharp deterioration of public finances in many countries. A 10% tax would bring the debt levels of a sample of 15 euro-zone member countries back to pre-crisis levels of 2007, the IMF said.

So what does all of this mean?

I am not exactly sure, but I have got a bad feeling about this – especially considering the financial chaos that we are witnessing in emerging markets all over the globe right now.

So what do you think?  Please feel free to share your thoughts by posting a comment below…

JPMorgan Tower In London - Photo by Danesman1

  • Bims

    There is a lot of talk about an economic collapse in march 2014. People are blinded by material objects and the ability to always go to the supermarket to get food. The truth is what happens when you go to buy a loaf of bread but its going to cost you $100 or the dollar has no value? have an exit plan!

  • James Vaughan

    You yourself have stated clearly that financial collapse – on a slow and on-going basis – would be the “norm” for the foreseeable future, mainly due to the “blazing incompetence” and short-sightedness of the men who run the entire financial industry and international “corporatism”. I have never seen any reason to argue with this. Thus I am only very mildly surprised at current indications of the development of the next “leg” of this on-going and slow financial collapse. In other words, I believed you, so surprised am I not.

  • Priszilla

    I bet, at 400 feet he said: “See, no problem.”

  • Lboog

    conspiracy..faked deaths…..bailed out….literally! wanted out of the game…

  • Commander Z

    The whole deal on everything you bitch and moan about economically and politically and all the wars going on right now is caused by Jews and gutless cowards like yourself who either are Jews or suck up to them by not naming them.

  • Belialith Gurdjieff

    These days technology is such, that a person may be murdered without anyone having a clue what is going on. And when those so-called elite want someone out of the way, or just play a game to frighten the people, they will use that kind of technology which they feel won’t be traced back to them.

  • LadyMantle

    Sounds like a lot of these execs were going to the proverbial “chopping block.” When you think of the money these guys make, cutting them out of the picture saves banks millions of dollars. Most of em are not worth their salt anyway but not to dimnish this guy’s life being that he was so young and no doubt hopeful for a long and fruitful career. RIP

  • seth datta

    Apparently, this involves advanced use of holograms and sonic technology to trick people into thinking they are seeing the Lord. Except it will not be him.

  • mariesnylife

    you can count on it

  • Bill

    This bit of irony is circulating on the net.
    The Food Stamp Program, administered by the U.S. Department of Agriculture, is proud to be distributing this year the greatest amount of free Meals and Food Stamps ever, to 47 million people,

    as of the most recent figures available in 2013.

    Meanwhile, the National Park Service, administered by the U.S. Department of the Interior, asks us “Please Do Not Feed the Animals”. Their stated reason for the policy is because, “The animals will grow dependent on handouts and will not learn to take care of themselves”.

    • k

      Animals can hunt, humans cant…they have to earn…and if they arent any jobs…they need those food stamps.

      And the national park people are afraid people will end up feeding those animals all kinds of junk.

    • superiormind

      Good one! Of course that’s the rub. Some of us care about people and less about animals. Some don’t care about any but themselves. The latter create the need for food stamps to subsidize the Capitalistic theft. Soon the UNIVERSE will stamp out all as being unsalvageable!

    • Guest

      Good one! Of course that’s the rub. Some of us care about people and less about animals. Some don’t care about any but themselves. The latter create the need for food stamps to subsidize the Kapitalistic theft. Privatize the wealth and Publicize the cost. The only reason for food stamps is to manage the evolution! Soon the UNIVERSE will stamp out all as being unsalvageable!

    • superiormind

      Good one! Of course that’s the rub. Some of us care about people and less about animals. Some don’t care about any but themselves. The latter create the need for food stamps to subsidize the Capitalistic theft. Privatize the wealth and Publicize the cost. That’s their motto. The only reason for food stamps is to manage the Revo lution! Soon the UNIVERSE will stamp out all as being unsalvageable!

  • Jason7189

    Greed (Idolatry) will be a big stumbling block to many people in the last days…..Yep, I’m saying it, we’re close to the return of Christ.

    Zephaniah 1:18 “Neither their silver nor their gold will be able to save them on the day of the LORD’s wrath.” In the fire of his jealousy the whole earth will be consumed, for he will make a sudden end of all who live on the earth.”

    • Jesusside

      For it is easier for a camel to go through the eye of a needle than for a rich man to enter into the kingdom of God. Matthew 19:24

    • g13man

      from webster , Idolatry ,= immoderate attachment or devotion to something

      , like to the wrong day

  • ort

    Would the anti Christ please pick up the white courtesy phone?
    he is almost here. “Seek The Lord while He may be found.” Time is running out.

  • bowman

    How do they know it was suicide? Maybe the dissident bankers are being offed like generals are being fired who don’t agree with our dark administration.

    • superiormind

      Right on! My conclusion also.

  • Rocky Racoon

    Make that wealth tax permanent the way it should be and this world will be a better place.
    Don’t tell me people sitting at home clipping coupons are wealth producers. Most of the wealth today has been stolen the people know it and I don’t know what they are putting in the water but we wouldn’t put up with it one time-What makes us think there is no alternative? PROPAGANDA that is what. Socialism or Barbarism. Wake up-don’t dumb down with Alex Jones and his property rights libertarianism-that is KOCK bro philosophy.

    • Eric Quintero

      I listen to Alex all the time. I feel like he’s carrying the message of our forefathers. He also has very interesting guests on his show.

      What do you mean by “property rights libertarianism?”

      • Guest

        Watch Alex when he has Russel Brand on. Russell tells him how he is different than him at the end of the program. Done with taste on both sides. They both have different solutions, but know something is wrong. I gotta take Russell’s solution over Alex’s. I think people are right when they say Alex won’t mention Sionism, which is really the head of the snake.

      • Guest

        Watch Alex when he has Russel Brand on. Russell tells him how he is different than him at the end of the program. Done with taste on both sides. They both have different solutions, but know something is wrong. I gotta take Russell’s solution over Alex’s though. I think people are right when they say Alex won’t mention Sionism, which is really the head of the snake.

      • superiormind

        Watch Alex when he has Russel Brand on. Russell tells him how he is different than him at the end of the program. Done with taste on both sides. They both have different solutions, but know something is wrong. I gotta take Russell’s solution over Alex’s though. I think people are right when they say Alex won’t mention Nionism, which is really the head of the snake.

      • superiormind

        Watch Alex when he has Russel Brand on. Russell tells him how he is different than him at the end of the program. Done with taste on both sides. They both have different solutions, but know something is wrong. I gotta take Russell’s solution over Alex’s though. I think people are right when they say Alex won’t mention Nionism, which is really the head of the snake. (Turn the N 90 degrees to cipher message)

  • RealityBetraysUs

    This is the result of those who place all their faith and trust in a faulty crumbling financial system.God told us not to put our faith and trust in gold or silver but in the immutable unchanging word of God and his faithful son Jesus Christ! The bible tells us in the begiining of the book of John in the new testament that Jesus is the word and it became flesh and dwelt among us and only by putting our faith and trust in him can we obtain salvation, escape the fires of Hell and have eternal life with God in heaven. He is also the alpha and omega and by him and through him all things were made and held together! The interesting thing is that physics guys that study atomic structure still can not explain what holds the opposite charged particles together in the nucleus of the atom. The bible tells this all pervading nuclear force that holds the universe together is Jesus. My God of the universe is b i g enough to handle any problem. It is a shame that more of these bankers who put all their faith and trust in money do not know Jesus! This is just an example of how foolish men can be. My God the LORD Jesus Christ is big enough to handle any problem. I will put my faith and trust in him who created the stars and universe and care not what the world or money supply may do…

    • michaelbme

      Jesus has been dead for thousands of years, and your god doesn’t exist.

      • Jesusside

        Well, michaelbme I see whose side you’re on. The losing one of satan and the evil ones.

      • RealityBetraysUs

        most human beings do not live longer than 100 yrs, prepare to meet your maker your time is short, but most wise people 100 yrs is more than enough time to decide if GOD is real. We will see soon enough!

  • tuna fish

    ok, who vomited on gary’s face?

  • Justan American

    “Nothing to see here folks, move along, just another banking bloke jumping to his death.Happens all the time..”

  • Mondobeyondo

    Shades of 1929…

    (although it wasn’t nearly as bad then as the media and pop culture make it out to be). Still, even one person taking a flying leap, is one person too many.

    Perhaps these people who jumped had other personal issues as well…??

    • k

      could be…maybe he was facing the twin danger of losing the job,danger of losing the wife, may or may not because of the job but still.

      Enough of making many men atleast contemplate suicide for a moment.

  • Mondobeyondo

    It’s not over for the U.S., at least not in the short term. But the signs are not good.

    I didn’t watch President Obama’s State of the Union address. (Actually took a nap and missed it, but I caught excepts of it online).From what I saw, he offered no real solutions for the nation to get out of the crisis it’s in.More of a pep rally, really. The only thing missing were the cheerleaders (and I would have stayed awake to watch them!!)

    • DB200

      Mondobeyondo, I heard an economist on the radio saying that he was not going to watch to the State of the Union because watching grass grow would be more interesting :-).

  • brads

    Fiddling while Rome burns .. can”t quiet get all the applause back clapping while whole famlies sleep in carparks maybe i live in a bubble

  • Sekaretus

    Apparently our clueless ‘president’ Oboob thinks that by forcing the raising of the ‘minimum wage’ he is helping the middle class. That, dear citizens, is how gutted and how far down we have come that our mindless, decadent, ‘bail out the rich banker’ Government has become. I cannot and do not know of an administration that is more disconnected or more uncoupled from reality than that of Oboob. Don’t forget that they shot JFK, for all his personal faults, for trying to do away with the FED dollar and initiating a US Government backed currency. I don’t know about you,fellow Patriots, but almost want to take up arms against a sea of troubles and lynch a certain President who shall go nameless.

    • Eric Quintero


  • isra

    hi there, im from spain i usually read the news on your blog. I really wish this economical collapse to end soon but i know its not gonna happen, things are going to get worst!!! i really wish an asteroid to impact the earth and a brandnew world created. As i read below we were created by god´s image and it makes me wonder about how cruel and sadic god is.
    If i were god we would be all destroyed and start from cero. We have been making the same mistakes for centuries as a wheel that never stops.
    Peeple who creates money, people who work and suffer to get money, other who go to war and die to defend their country and the reality is that they die to defend the interest of the rich ones.

  • Dave of OK

    And why is Sen. Tom Coburn (“Doctor No”) suddenly and unexpectedly announcing his retirement from the Senate? Does he know something is up? Has he had enough of congress’ foolishness?

  • Pam

    The V Economist on Steve Quayle has an explanation for the “suicides”

  • Consider

    Folks, and I am speaking to you nay sayers. Take a moment, spend some time alone to think about what I am about to say. Forget everything you think you know, go to a quite place all alone and ask yourself this one simple question “am I absolutely sure, beyond a shadow of a doubt, there is no God?” Don’t let your anger over past happenings cloud your thought. Just clear your mind of all emotional thought and ask the question. If your answer is along the lines of I don’t know, I’m not sure, maybe etc I encourage you to investigate. I and many others firmly believe time is running out. Like sand in an hour glass, we believe there are only but a few grains left. Ask yourself that one question, do it alone, you don’t have to tell anybody about what you are doing. Give yourself the chance to be open minded. IF afterward you still do not believe, then fine you gave it a shot. However, if you find there is something their you are not sure about I encourage you to investigate further. In addition, for those who are open and reach a conclusion in the affirmative, I strongly encourage you to consider the possibility the saving grace of Jesus may also have merit. Please, at least investigate.

  • TerryGauchat

    Convert all your assets to Bitcoin… LOL!!!

    • superiormind

      Unstable so not a good idea! The Powerful can control it with their wealth!

  • Peter

    Australia is run by fascists. All there is is dirt sold to China and China is an economic disaster ready to happen. There are a lot of chickens waiting to come home to roost in Oz.The “great economy” is a hollow shell propped up by dirt which China will soon not want to buy.

  • Justinwalker

    The solution is at hand to prevent any financial meltdown….and the enemy knows that an increasing amount of us are aware of the Big Secret they do not want you to know!

    Go back to August 1914…one hundred years ago. Feed in Bradbury Pound into your search engine and do your own research. FACT! Any, repeat any sovereign nation has the absolute right to issue its own debt-free and interest-free money through its treasury (not the central bank) based on the wealth and credit of that nation. Debt-free money to meet the needs, security and happiness of that nation’s people. The criminality of the debt-creating Bank for International Settlements, the IMF and the World Bank is clear now to anyone who is waking up to this simple and lawful principle. Fractional Reserve Lending is Fraud under Common Law. So wake up people and get campaigning. Bring back the debt-free Bradbury Pound and the Greenback Dollar!

  • el guapo

    Sounds like they had an exit plan indeed

  • mark830

    Bipolar bankers of course.

  • The dude

    It is clear that the discourse in the world is due to the gradual disconnect in us all. We are all part of the same family and are all connected, the outside world is now a reflection of what is going on with each of us. The Grass is no greener on the other side, look with in and make the observations needed to reconnect with nature and your spiritual self, changes starts from with in you. we must try to elevate each other and push ourselves to overcome the imbalnaces we have allowed to influence our lives. Wake up, reconnect, be an active participant in the changes that are about to happen. While all of this seems scary, this is what needs to happen for us all to realize that it isn’t the system that is flawed, as it is man that has made the system corrupt.

    I wish you all a safe journey in the coming days.

  • Scaramanga

    Something of a fall from grace, you could say.

  • OneCitizenOfTheRepublic

    It’s really all so very simple. Margaret Hilda Thatcher, Baroness Thatcher, LG OM PC FRS said it best.

    “The problem with socialism is that eventually you run out of everyone’s money!”

    The world’s financiers have done the math and come to the conclusion that the world’s current accumulated net debt is greater than the current net wealth of the world and that the realistic estimate of future net value is lower than the current net value…

    Or in other words…the Ponzi scheme has gone bust!

    • superiormind

      Dumb quote. May as well say that we can run out of things to do. Doesn’t make sense. Jobs create wealth, not the other way ’round!

      • OneCitizenOfTheRepublic

        Well, you had better get busy working, cause you need to pay off the $17 TRILLION in debt (growing every day) and the $130 TRILLION in unfunded liabilities of the Marxist ideology that is now due and payable…But wait…there are more people unemployed than ever in our nation’s history, thanks to Progressive Marxist policies and incompetence…and UNEMPLOYED PEOPLE PAY NO TAXES… SO HOW, DO YOU SUPPOSE THE GOVERNMENT CAN “CREATE MORE JOBS” WHEN EVERY JOB THE GOVERNMENT CREATES MUST BE PAID FOR BY TAXPAYERS…WHICH

        • superiormind

          You are programmed to believe what you say. There ARE other bases for
          the creation of money than top down. It can be created from bottom up.
          Don’t you understand that today money is created by debt! This is a very
          foolish method for creating money. It means that the debt can NEVER be
          repaid, because it always requires MORE debt. Watch the documentary “The
          Money Masters” if you want to understand. The BEST way to create money
          is with jobs. This is a positive way to create money and frees society
          from debt, which is a negative form of money. It is already being done
          in a small way and that model could be scaled up to form a debt free
          society. Only our minds stand in the way, like people who couldn’t
          imagine giving up their horse for an automobile at the turn of the
          twentieth century. Visit The Corbett Report – Complimentary Currency: A Beginners Guide. The hourly based money created by work is the one I advocate.

          • OneCitizenOfTheRepublic

            Programmed…yes you are…diluted by Obama’s Progressive cool-aide.

            I do agree with you on one comment…Jobs do help create money…but only in the sense that if there are no purchasers…there are no sales, and no sales mean no profits, and no profits mean no salaries and no businesses…

            However, the problem with your bottom up concept is that it depends upon there not being any shrinkage…Unfortunately there is always shrinkage when government takes taxes from those who actually work in the private sector…the government never gives back to the economy as much as it took out. Consider the wastes of virtually every government project you have ever seen or heard about. You think that a government printing paper money is creating value somewhere? It is not. What it is doing is depreciating the value of the money already in circulation…INFLATION! You might have noticed that lately! The Stock Markets are only up because the value of the dollar is way down… Even a fool can look at what he/she paid for things 10 years ago and what he/she is paying for them now… And all those who have worked all their lives are seeing their life’s savings being depreciated into worthless junk because the government has forced the interest rates so low they cannot keep up with inflation…

            ECONOMICS 101:

            When you increase the money supply without increasing the value base you create inflation and/or the devaluation of currency.


          • superiormind

            You are stuck in the old dichotomy. You think I like Obama. That’s funny! Your views are atavistic and as such you are unable to grasp what it is I’m proposing. You must study more so you can intelligently discuss the issue. Rehashing the old methods of a failed financial theory is no help to us all now.

    • superiormind

      The problem with Capitalism is eventually the rich own everything!

  • Edward Brandner

    Ready for The Republic: This is the start of the failing fiat system and the start of the REAL system which is everybody will be on the GOLD system and FREE Citizens of the WORLD. The Bankers will be kicked to the CURB is the best way to describe it. They will not be in control anymore. Like Martin Luther King said in the past FREE AT LAST, FREE AT LAST, FREE AT LAST.

    • superiormind

      Don’t you understand that the same people who control the Banks, control the Gold?

  • The Spirit Molecule

    We need Jheeeezzzassss up in dis bitch !

  • Jane

    The World Bankers have enjoyed teasing it’s citizens / slaves with Hollywood films like “Jack Ryan” telling us what they have planned for us although with a different ending. Either these Bankers are suddenly gaining last minute conscience or they’re being taken out… Either way, we should pay attention!

    • Quequag

      If I were a banker who was responsible in any way for the current econ. climate. I wouldn’t kill myself. I would quietly disappear. So my first thought when I heard there were more than one or two was that they are being disposed of. The crash of 29 produced only 20 banker suicides, and that was after they lost their shirts, not before.

  • BeeSupport

    The JPMorgan executive ‘fell’ from the 33rd floor….?
    Well, that says it all, doesn’t it?

    • Eric Quintero

      Maybe the Mason didnt want to play anymore.

      Maybe 33 was symbolic of the MM pushing him to his death. Or perhaps he was a 33rd degree Mason himself.

  • Wyatt Hill

    oops.. derivatives !



  • Gankfest

    It’s going down… Sexy Woman and zombie time! :D

  • amidst the chaos

    The person that posted this article, was asking for intelligent responses. That quickly went downhill after the first response. Seriously? Can we chuck all of this wayward chatter away, and find some intelligence somewhere?

  • Curtis

    Its time to go underground.

  • “V”

    Our nation is going down the toilet drain, and our leaders gathered in a room for what amounted to a pep rally (State of the Union speech). All the rhetoric about how wonderful the economy is doing, yet everyone around me continues to struggle to survive. I am sick of the lies, the propaganda that is out right lies it makes me sick. We all know (knew) the fed idea of printing money to prop up the stock market / economy was a bad idea and as you can see from just the past week it is no longer working. Yet we were all told otherwise, perhaps to prevent panic. I think the collapse is coming this year. Why else would three high level bankers commit suicide? You also have other top level execs who have taken their own life in the last 12 months (Zurich CEO) it is obvious “Something” is going on, something is not right. BE PREPARED

  • Dan

    “A vice president at JPMorgan’s European headquarters in London plunged to his death after jumping from the top of the 33rd floor.”

    Why does the number 33 pop up so frequently?

    “The JPMorgan executive that jumped to his death on Tuesday was named Gabriel Magee. He was 39 years old, and his suicide has the city of London in shock…”

    Hmmmm… 39 divided by 3 = 13!


  • SJ Sh

    Gabriel Magee was not a banker, he worked in the technology area. The pressures you discuss did not in any way affect him. If there were any pressures, they were not financial. Whatever demons he fought, were not reconciled with the bottom line.

    • RA Carl

      Unless of course he was developing technology that enabled stealing from average people or manipulating books or something like that, but I agree with others posting that it could be family or weather related or other factors

  • mymarkx

    Iceland, baby.

    Whenever a banker passes a group of people, they seem to be talking about Iceland.

    Whenever somebody talks to a banker, they always mention the word Iceland.

    There’s no way that bankers can escape it. Everywhere they go, they hear “Iceland.”

    They know that Iceland, instead of bailing out its banks, jailed its corrupt bankers and now has a booming economy.

    And the global whisper campaign has got them so paranoid that they’re starting to kill themselves rather than spend the rest of their lives in prison.

    Are there still economists who don’t know what the average citizen anywhere in the world knows–that when you see a banker, you start talking about Iceland?

    It took a while to spread, but it is rapidly becoming the most efficient and effective popular movement in modern times.


    • g13man

      lol , great comment

  • Alexandra Ormsby

    It could be coincidence, or they could know how deeply in debt most people and nations are, and know there is no way to ever pay off this debt. As for ‘Exit Strategy” — learn immediately how to grow your own food, have a piece of land somewhere on which you can do so, away from cities; have a cash stash well hidden. Have a vehicle you can park on city streets that you can live in if need be. Study.

  • Mary Zinkiewicz

    There never was any recovery in America. We are in a fierce Spiritual Battle between God and Satan for our souls.

    I don’t know if this story is a false flag or not. Everything is being manipulated, especially after Sept. of 2008.

  • Senator SmellyPants

    Right, I don’t really care.

    • harvey

      DOnt waste your breath You sure didnt need to say you dont really care thats friggin obvious and its part of why you dont really know a damned thing. But in 2016 as you pee youre pants you will care but it will sadly be a bit too late. You will see. Then.

  • superiormind

    We need to understand that we have been conditioned to believe that money is a necessity, when in reality it is a prison that we have been placed in by the jailers who control it and our mind! We MUST start thinking outside the BOX!

  • superiormind

    Exactly! Jobs create wealth, NOT the other way ’round

  • superiormind

    Yeah! What about the undisclosed death. That just might tell us something we might want to know about this! Like who’s behind it!

  • Rastus

    Well enjoy your works to “keep” and or “prove” your salvation! Your conscience will never allow you to be satisfied, for you can never satisfy the demands of the law!

    If there is a way that a believer can lose the gift of eternal life, then God is a liar and Christs death on the cross was not enough. Good luck with that!

    I warn you now, your works mean nothing as they pertain to salvation, absolutely nothing!
    “For by grace you have been saved through faith; and that not of yourselves: it is the gift of God: Not of works, lest any man should boast.” Eph. 2:8-9.

    You need to understand grace and the FREE gift that Jesus offers. Maybe then you too can have eternal life. Keep searching.

    Joel Osteen? Don’t know the man.

    • cpgone

      I checked the website. Its that hyper-grace heresy,
      Rev. 20.12 , we get into to Heaven by works. Not saved (as only JC was able to do that for us) as in we can lose salvation,You probably believe the once saved always saved nonsense.
      Just say a few words, get wet and live anyway we want. Wrong.

      • Rastus

        I don’t know which is worse, you Armenians or the Calvinists. Different sides of the same coin though, neocatholicists! Y’all keep on working just like all those other religions out there that have to merit “heaven”.
        I suggest that you study your Bible (start with the Gospel of John). Stop being spoon fed with the reformed doctrines of bondage (Gal. 5:1)

        “Now to him that works, his wages are not counted as a gift but as his due.
        But to him that works not, but believes on Him that justifies the ungodly, his faith is counted as righteousness.” Romans 4:4-5

        And for the last time, “prove” (as you claim you can) to me where suicide is a damnable offense!

        • cpgone

          If i took the time (which I don’t have) you would doubt it,post an obscure scripture etc. Suffice to say I would never chance it(suicide)
          Forget denominations,websites ,movements ,certain teachers.etc and study what Jesus said under the guidance of the holy spirit.Thanks for the discussion.Im ending this thread.
          Blessings to you

    • g13man

      rev 12:17 , 14:12 , idolaters do not make it

      • Rastus

        Try again gman. “That dog don’t hunt” :)

        • g13man

          only telling what the Bible say’s . by the way , “History teaches us that man learns nothing from history” Hegel ,,nice post , ,

  • lola

    you’d think they would leave us a note explaining why

  • harvey

    it goes much deeper until you experience john chapter 14 verse12 and verse 21 you do not kno the extent of the real truth

    • Virginia Baldwin

      For instance?

      • harvey

        you dont see the passage to read? if you do not have even the desire to look I am in no way bound to have to do your reading for you but then you have never seen heaven nor stood in heaven after being changed by a real angel and then merged with the Father. Nor have you ever read the 4 gospels once thru and tried to find the hints jesus left so dont ask me for instance you do not have enough time left in your life to hear of all the things I have done and discovered this will be your test. my personal email is v the number seven then howkloosh at the aol dot com if you truly are interested in learning instead of arguing you will email. I will say this if all you email for is to argue the blind church idiocies dont bother I wont waste my precious time.

        • dadelaw

          “I wont waste my precious time.”

          Please don’t.

          • harvey

            but that is exactly what you are doing.

        • Virginia Baldwin

          You can’t take a few verses of scripture out of context and have it mean what you think it means. For instances, John 14 verse 12 goes with verse 13 and 14. Same thing for verse 21, it goes with 19 and 20.

          For your information, I have read the entire Bible through several times. Upon my first reading of the Bible, God spoke to me and told me to ignore the television. At the time, I didn’t understand ‘why’ He wanted me to ignore the TV, but I do now.

          I also had a vision that I was standing at the right hand of my Lord Jesus.

          • harvey

            I didnt have a vision I was taken into heavens and yes I Can take some scriptures and tell you what they truly mean for I have been in heaven with god literally. Jesus appeared in my home more than once and in front of eye witnesses do not think you can pander those claims with me. this is no contest and if it was you already have lost. If you believe so much why then havent you see him face to face? Why havent you yet done the same great works and even greater works? I am far beyond some one simple reading of a bible Ive been thru it more times that you can believe. and I know there are books far greater than the silly roman compiled bible how come you dont know that? Wake up . there is far more than you know. Far more. Nothing wrong with being a believer and having faith but they are not the goal they are the vehicles to the goal I shall qoute jesus ” Faith and beliefs may lead to heaven but they are not found beyond heavens gates because they wouldnt be understood there.” Certainty is the result of true faith and true beleif. If you really knew then you would recognize me now.

  • harvey

    So says the old men who wrote it. But thats not true. And you and most like you cannot recognize the truth. I was taken into heaven in may of 1994 I have seen jesus appear to me and so have other people and I can assure you NO christian religion knows the truth and you wont question anythjing except my story. Sadly you are misled like most in this silly response to the article and not one of you have the sense to comment on the article
    I do know I am someone who knows whats coming but you sadly are tooo misled on the broad path of mans gospel and doctrine to hear it. Be ready for 2016 when it happens and only then will you realize you had someone speak to you far beyond what you know and what this world knows.

  • harvey

    Another Censorship blog huh? I will mark this and stop commenting here no one moderates my comments its not your damned right and i dont need your site if you are going to be part of the filth in america.

  • harvey

    if i want to give out my email adress its none of your damned business you cant protect me nor do I need your silly protection or your silly rules good riddance

  • BlackArrow

    If there is a worldwide bank collapse, it would be prudent for folks to stockpile for at least 2 months – and don’t forget the toilet paper.

    (Back in Juneau Alaska, the toilet paper barge sank on its way up from Seattle. You soon find out who your REAL friends are, in a shortage like that.)

  • Laurie Allen

    kill a few to keep the others quiet

  • 0jr

    good way to get rid of any evidence and witnesses by making it look like suicide

  • Eric Quintero

    33 Days after this is March 2nd.

    I know they like to play with numbers. Lets see what happens on that day.

  • Aaron Cooper

    It is so nice to see we can define the unfathomable and put God in a box…..

  • C.m. Head

    What do the profits say about bankers killing themselves.pund intended.

  • hotperedo_greenpeace

    have food and water in home, buy some gold and silver and be prepared with your family

  • MadVlad

    I really find it hard to believe that after all this time and advances in science, people still believe there’s a divine creator. Waste so much of the one precious life you have on nonsense. Illuminati is crap also. If things go south it will be due to low IQ, greedy, uneducated, willfully ignorant human beings. Nothing more nothing less.

    • g13man

      If things go south it will be due to low IQ, greedy, uneducated, willfully ignorant human beings , and that only covers the gov , FED , and bankers

  • GuiMaster

    I’m proud to be black… said an African
    I’m proud to be brown… said a Mexican
    I’m proud to be white… said a Racist

    Diversity is good!
    Diversity is great!
    Diversity is what makes the Middle East so Peaceful!

    MORE Diversity always means less White people

    “Anti-Racist” is a codeword for “Anti-White”
    “Multiculturalism” is a codeword for “White geNOcide”

  • David Edward Garber

    Bankers committed suicide during the great Depression only because they didn’t see it coming. Those who did see it coming were able to deal with it in such a manner that they profited greatly from it. So, I doubt that these bankers committed suicide because they foresaw a crash. But they might have been “suicided.”

  • Sky Wanderer

    This is not necessarily the sign of a near financial collapse. It seems that the rulers of the present global empire use the same method as all emperors did in the past.

    Most likely these victims are ordered to commit suicide because they are no longer ‘needed’ for the dirty job, they executed the plan of their bosses and now they know too much to be allowed to stay alive. In addition, maybe they were already paid too high salaries. Those on the top of the hierarchy always need young, new, naive and brainwashed and still affordable pawns to execute their wildest plans possible on the unregulated financial markets.

    Those who still feel safe, cozy and well-financed by this system and feel to be “in”, may want to wake up before it will be too late. Not only bankers who might face the same danger one day, but everyone.

    We need to restore national democracies, should urgently start financing the local economies, democratize the economic and political system, nationalize the banking system and introduce entirely new monetary systems.

  • BeyondThe Limit

    while you discuss belief in religion your lives are being made worse by the people who make decisions for you. Your government. Their only goal is to die rich and you WILL pay the bill. Wake up, educate yourselves and start to create small locally controlled markets. Vow to never vote for an incumbent again and stop using credit cards. These 3 things will start the process of dismantling these huge bureaucracies run by narcissists and megalomaniacs at our expense. Jesus can only sooth your soul, you are responsible for your life here on earth.

  • harvey

    yep and NO PROFESSOR knows diddly squat about the bible nor do any preachers or ministers of priests. If they did why havent they found the kingdom? How come none of them are doing the great works. You are talking to someone who cracked the mysteries and has been in heaven realize there are more of us on earth. We know things most people cannot even consider possible. Yet we know and can do the things most have only read about and swooned about. Tell me Who it is who beckons from the waxing and waning light?>

  • Lisbeth

    How the heck did this discussion get taken over by Christian proselytizers?

  • straw walker

    Wall street suicides/ missing reports is a virus, and it spreading.
    Someone or some secret society is covering their tracks. Those in power are not willing to have themselves reveled.

  • g13man

    shhh , don’t tell them

  • g13man

    good works are not done by u ,but Jesus in you

  • g13man

    and yet they profane the Sabbath and forget Math 5:17 & Rev 12:17 & 14:12

  • sammid

    Virginia, I am so glad to hear you say that! It’s completely true.

  • banker

    High suicide rate is due to the long hours and culture of these investment banks. Bankers are completely vilified in the press as being evil and the creators of all that is wrong with the world. . Whilst there are a elect few who have done wrong the rest of us are working 14 – 15 hour days in a culture which can only be described as dog eat dog. Any sign of weakness is like blood to sharks. Coupled with the fact that most people in this industry have low self esteem and high achievement perfection expectations and its a recipe for suicide. The culture needs to change, all the banks talk about it but from my experience very few actually adopt the change.

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