Effort to Block Wal-Mart, Berkshire Hathaway Banks Gaining Support

By | July 6, 2006

  • July 6, 2006 at 1:44 am
    Mr. Bill says:
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    What\’s all the hub bub about. No one cared if Banks got into insurance. I did not even think about the small town bank. Now I have them right across the street from me. Using the same companies! Even Berkshire leveraged Nat. Casualty money to spring board. I think we need more competition in Banking. To many mergers – and no small town banks left to make loans. Bigger Banking has not been a blessing to small business.
    Just my thoughts!

  • July 6, 2006 at 1:52 am
    David Giles van Noy says:
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    Since the Federal Reserve is a privately owned banking cartel whose primary descent apparatii are located in Europe is the effective governance of the Unites States today, what is wrong with granting a similar privilege to real American companies to compete with the (privately owned) \”national banking system\” we have today? Now that the Federal Reserve is no longer reporting to the public the \”M3 money supply\” they are floocing the marketplace with newly printed currency–two trillion in the last week of March alone!!! My opinion is that this is being done to continue to weaken the fiat currency we call the US dollar to the point where it will be replaced as the standard of exchange for global commerce with the EuroDollar. With Messrs. Buffet and Chaney investing huge sums of money in EuroDollars and ECU bonds, it appears that they are already aware of this impending (financially cataclysmic) shift.

  • July 6, 2006 at 1:58 am
    Crest says:
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    I must say Mr van NOY, that was brilliant stuff. I would like to hear more details!

  • July 6, 2006 at 2:05 am
    DJB says:
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    What I find interesting is that Banks found no problem getting into insurance. That was perfectly ok for a bank to get into another type of busines but now that other companies want to get into banking…………now it\’s a problem. For the Banks of course!!



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