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Why Did The Fed Inject Banks With A Record Amount Of "Other" Cash In The Past Week?

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Fri, 11/25/2011 - 21:23 | 1914248 fonzanoon
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Okay what was it?

Fri, 11/25/2011 - 21:39 | 1914294 AbelCatalyst
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Looks like ZH just found the missing MF Global funds.... Go Tyler!! You da' man! Now, if you could only find the Madoff $ !!

Fri, 11/25/2011 - 21:43 | 1914311 paarsons
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The banks are toast.

They are sitting on so many piles of dog-shit that there ain't enough money in the world to save them.

Gotta let 'em fail.  Then re-structure.


Fri, 11/25/2011 - 22:02 | 1914361 SGS
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"just what was it that caused US banks to demand a record amount of effectively under the table cash from the Fed?"

Assuming you are being 100% rhetorical. 

Fri, 11/25/2011 - 22:35 | 1914424 nope-1004
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just what was it that caused US banks to demand a record amount of effectively under the table cash from the Fed?


Insolvency!  Always has been, always will be.

Good bye BAC.


Fri, 11/25/2011 - 23:00 | 1914467 Help Is Not Coming
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just what was it that caused US banks to demand a record amount of effectively under the table cash from the Fed?

The banks have got to top off the tanks prior to the new "stress tests".

Fri, 11/25/2011 - 23:37 | 1914533 a noun a mouse
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From unkle Ben... stress test reports are due in December 15th. But from section 1.2, the banksters are also supposed to report "Trading and counterparty positions should be based on balances as of the close of business,
November 17, 2011." So is it too late to top off?



Fri, 11/25/2011 - 23:54 | 1914553 Doña K
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How about sovereign European debt?

Cover the banks before Monday?


Sat, 11/26/2011 - 02:56 | 1914773 TuesdayBen
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Nice work. But note that it says 'should', not 'shall' or 'must'.

Sat, 11/26/2011 - 11:37 | 1915076 Oh regional Indian
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Should, could, can, can't, won't..... I think these are words from the kitty of a person with a thinking brain.

Not psycopaths. A spycopath is really like that crazy animal, someone shareda video some time ago... Banker Psycopaths are like the NAstyass Honey Badger.


What they want, they take. 

Now the next link is to my work on you tube...not quite as fierce as the honeybadger:




Sat, 11/26/2011 - 03:34 | 1914789 boattrash
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just what was it that caused the junkie to stick the needle in his arm?

Sat, 11/26/2011 - 05:52 | 1914841 Popo
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"just what was it that caused US banks to demand a record amount of effectively under the table cash from the Fed?"


Bonus season?

Sat, 11/26/2011 - 09:18 | 1914932 Big Slick
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I understand... In DEATH, a column on the Fed Balance Sheet HAS a name.  This column's name is SHADOW US-BANK BAILOUT.

Sat, 11/26/2011 - 09:49 | 1914960 achmachat
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i thought it was robert paulson...

Sat, 11/26/2011 - 10:12 | 1914987 LongBallsShortBrains
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This column's name is SHADOW US-BANK BAILOUT.

Sat, 11/26/2011 - 10:56 | 1915033 h3m1ngw4y
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popo nice one

big slick crap

Fri, 11/25/2011 - 22:06 | 1914370 Carlyle Groupie
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"Gotta let 'em fail. Then re-structure."

Any idea how much US debt, Corporate debt, consumer debt that these banks are sitting on?

Are you sure you don't want a few ounces of the shiny stuff paarsons?

If you let these banks fail, EVERYTHING goes down with them.

Fri, 11/25/2011 - 22:12 | 1914388 i-dog
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"If you let these banks fail, EVERYTHING goes down with them."


Fri, 11/25/2011 - 22:27 | 1914413 strannick
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Versus letting them stand, and everything going down without them

Fri, 11/25/2011 - 22:40 | 1914434 Carlyle Groupie
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I could explain to you but I doubt your dim wits would recognize what the only option is at this point.

Fri, 11/25/2011 - 23:02 | 1914457 i-dog
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Have a go, anyway, Einstein! ... I'm sure all the others would like to hear, while I dribble over your "erudite solution". ;-)

Fri, 11/25/2011 - 22:59 | 1914464 Arius
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enlighten us ...w/ a bazooka pls ... yeah we get it ... pointing the gun to your head - you get your way or the end of civilization correct?

Fri, 11/25/2011 - 23:28 | 1914516 Carlyle Groupie
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Extend and pretend. Tax, war, confiscation, print, death, enslavement. idog does not yet understand how it all works. The tribe will remain dominant.

The best 2 hours history lesson you'll ever get.

Sat, 11/26/2011 - 00:05 | 1914570 i-dog
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"Tax, war, confiscation, print, death, enslavement."

So, this is your definition of everything NOT going down? Wow ... Erudite, indeed! How could I have missed such a simple solution to the current problems of tax, war, confiscation, printing and enslavement?!


Sat, 11/26/2011 - 00:29 | 1914605 Carlyle Groupie
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So, this is your definition of everything NOT going down?

When the fuck did I ever say it was MY definition of everything NOT going down.

Read the print. Do NOT overlay your perverted thoughts on top of what you read.

You like to argue with others by telling them what they said.

Stupid fuck. Ask Tylers if you can take a few days off and rest.

Sat, 11/26/2011 - 00:34 | 1914610 i-dog
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Ahhh ... more insults?! ... the refuge of the intellectual cripple ... the bastion of the immature child....

Well done, Einstein! When you've finished doing your homework, and put your toys away, come back with something of value that we adults can chew on.

Sat, 11/26/2011 - 08:23 | 1914898 mayhem_korner
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Well played, i-dog.  But you only get 1/2 a win for that, as it was obviously a non-conference, pushover game. ;)

Sat, 11/26/2011 - 12:04 | 1915141 Sancho Ponzi
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Last time I checked the folks in Iceland are recovering nicely after their monster banks failed. You get an 'F' in History, Carlyle Groupie.

Sat, 11/26/2011 - 13:53 | 1915419 BurningFuld
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You guys just don't get it. The solution is very very simple.

Legalize Pot!  Doh!

Sat, 11/26/2011 - 00:14 | 1914583 jcaz
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Hey look-  Robo has a new screen name.......

Sat, 11/26/2011 - 01:55 | 1914697 i-dog
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No. This insidious troll is far more dangerous! He's a paid shill for the Vatican and expends most of his posts here trying to stir up violence and anti-joo sentiment. Check his previous posts.

PS. I'm as WASP as they come, but can see right through his MO.

Sat, 11/26/2011 - 02:03 | 1914710 Cliff Claven Cheers
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Here is a good solution to the world wide debt crisis.


Economist Steve Keen is one of the few economists to have predicted the global financial crisis and now he says we are already in a Great Depression. He says the way to escape it is to bankrupt the banks, nationalise the financial system and pay off people's debt.

Sat, 11/26/2011 - 09:58 | 1914972 Escapeclaws
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I always thought that would be the way to go myself. It seems so natural and obvious.

I had gone to Steve Keen's website to see if he had anything to say about the latest installment of the European crisis and ran across this video that you post.  I had hoped to see the whole program but couldn't find a way to do that.  Steve Keen is one of the few economists in the world who is not part of the neo-classicist disinformation campaign and in fact, he sees right through them.  It used to be that the choice was between the Keynsians and the neo-classicists (and the Austrian school--don't want to leave them out), but now there is Steve Keen who is using a dynamical systems approach to the economy.  One of his great insights is that the neoclassicists leave money and debt out of their calculations!

I see him proferring this solution to give the people instead of the banks the money, but he must know that could never happen.

Sat, 11/26/2011 - 10:16 | 1914991 tumblemore
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"but he must know that could never happen."

I think it could happen in small doses as long as you didn't state what you were doing as that would mindfuck people. For example, a government stepping in as house prices collapsed and nationalising and freezing mortgages as an emergency measure and then under the cover of that paying x thousand off of every home mortgage and the equivalent sum to anyone with a paid off mortgage to make it "fair".

Sat, 11/26/2011 - 12:15 | 1915167 CPL
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If you read it, digest it, you'll understand that it's nothing but another trickle down economic plan.  Didn't like Keen in the 80's, 90's or now.  Reagan sock puppet if there ever was one.


Completely worthless, but don't let me stand in your way of wasting your own time.

Sat, 11/26/2011 - 11:06 | 1915043 spinone
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I think that it could happen, if the banks are nationalized.  Unpayable debt has tobe written off and the assets marked to market. Clear out the dead wood. In addition, the rule of law has to be applied to the financial system, arrests made and justice done.

Then, the economy can rebuild.

But politically, this can't happen because the politicians and regulators are beholden to the financial system and the money it contributes.  The financial system meaning the primary dealer banks and those connected with them.  So the money that influences politics comes straight out of the FED.

Sat, 11/26/2011 - 11:44 | 1915093 Are you kidding
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"He says the way to escape it is to bankrupt the banks, nationalise the financial system and pay off people's debt."

Sure...great for the "little people"...but do you really think the rulers of the world...the bankers...are going to let you take away their banks?  Good luck with that without a REAL revolution.  The bankers put the lawmaker there...it'll never happen.

Sat, 11/26/2011 - 10:38 | 1914888 Carlyle Groupie
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Feel the need to tell us that you are oh-so WASPy? For clarity or for credibility or both? ASLMH lil buddy?

Don't you hate these anti-message guy's Mr. WASPy?

Dr. Norman Finkelstein



They first need to be controlled, and there's a long list of them. Then come after the others.

Jeesh, all this awakening is going to cost Papa Murdoch lots of shekels.


Sat, 11/26/2011 - 12:07 | 1915153 Sancho Ponzi
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There's no apostrophe in guys, nitwit.

Sat, 11/26/2011 - 10:04 | 1914979 SMG
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He is here to disrupt, but not for the Vatican, as you keep incorrectly insisting in many of your posts, but for the Luciferian Illuminati or some of their agents.

Sat, 11/26/2011 - 10:36 | 1915013 i-dog
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Exactly the same thing (since the Jesuits took over the papacy in 1878). Who do you think started the Illuminati? and politically controls the Sabbateans? ... a couple of bearded, head-nodding rabbis in Jerusalem? Get real.

Sat, 11/26/2011 - 10:57 | 1915035 jm
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So... if I understand you, one guy above blames Jews and you now blame Catholics... for something nameless but terrible. 

And with that, the comment section just gets more and more paranoid.



Sat, 11/26/2011 - 11:42 | 1915088 i-dog
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I didn't say Catholics, I said Jesuits ... big difference. Read up on the Jesuits and Sabbateans and their relationship ... long before Rothschild came on the scene (even though he is a Sabbatean, not a 'jew'). Or don't ... I could care less. I'm interested in solutions, not blame - but the solutions do require some knowledge of the causes.

Sat, 11/26/2011 - 12:04 | 1915148 Carlyle Groupie
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The israeli type is the cause dummy.

We are the chosen people, all others will be our captures our slaves.

Strong men must rise up and end this elitism once and for all!

Sat, 11/26/2011 - 12:15 | 1915162 jm
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How hypocritically deluded you fringe types are.

The stupid conspiracy theories such as the ones I read in this post do nothing but assess blame on large groups most of which have no more connection to the problem than the first person you and I. 

The problem is collective.  The cause is too much debt given and taken. The solution is time and shared sacrifice.

If Jews, Sabbateans, luciferians, rastafarians, illuminaries, Keynesians, <insert fringe conspiracy blame group> weren't around, the weak-minded would seek blame some other group for problems they are partly responsible for. 

The song and dance of problem, cause and solution would be exactly the same.  This is the true and sad lesson of history that I despair that we will never escape.

Sun, 11/27/2011 - 04:12 | 1917033 i-dog
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"How hypocritically deluded you fringe types are.

The stupid conspiracy theories such as the ones I read in this post do nothing but assess blame on large groups most of which have no more connection to the problem than the first person you and I."

Thanks for the compliments, but it is you who is deluded! ... and deliberately mis-stating my position. When I blame "the jesuits", I'm not including all novices and adherents - any more than someone blaming "the government" is blaming all junior congressmen and administration clerks, or someone blaming "Exxon" is blaming all clerks and oil riggers. The blame lies at the controlling boards, steering committees and willing subordinate activists (or 'initiates', in the case of secret societies).

In the case of the Jesuits, the ideology, mission and strategies are managed, refined and passed to each new generation of elected activists through the decades and centuries ... just as Exxon Corporation and its 'corporate culture' will survive David Rockefeller and continue the mission.

You are only confusing yourself, while burying your head in the sand.

Sat, 11/26/2011 - 12:14 | 1915163 SMG
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I wish all of this wasn't true and it was all just me being paranoid, but unfortunately we have to deal with the world the way it is. 

Here's your solution.  The world is ruled by a committee of people from Illuminati royal families, including the Rothschilds. There's your cause. They've been rigging the system for a massive collapse, using people's weaknesses against them, distracting them, brainwashing them, terrifying them, and they are the ones who must be held accountable for this evil.  

You can blame the Jesuits or whoever all you want, but they are just tools for the ruling committee. One of the Illuminati techniques is to blame all kinds of other people, jews, jesuits, whatever, so that when horrible things happen, they don't get blamed and escaped unharmed.   

Don't spread misinformation for them, they are evil.  Thanks.

Sat, 11/26/2011 - 12:21 | 1915178 jm
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Did the "Illuminati" really make Greece and Italy take take on too much debt?

Did the "Illuminati" make banks issue ninja loans, and debtors take out the debt?

What, pray tell, did they stand to gain by an unsustainable increase in debt?  Revolution?  Trust me people that have don't want revolution.

Want to blame something?  Blame interest rates that have been too low too long.  Not evil, just human hubris and stupidity.

Sat, 11/26/2011 - 14:14 | 1915464 SMG
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And who sets interest rates?

The Illuminati control the world banking system, and are in control of the Federal Reserve and other world central banks.  The same federal reserve who controls interest rates.

The also control the governement of Italy and Greece, look who's in charge now for goodness sake in Italy.  A Council on Foreign Relations member.  And what the hell is a Technocrat anyway?  Doesn't sound very democratic to me. 

They want to blow everything up so they can rebuild things the way they want, child rape and all.

I would say they are about 99% responsible.   The point you are making is akin to blaming somebody who gets mugged while walking in the park saying it's their fault. It''s like you are saying 'She should have been never been walking there".  But really it is the EVIL mugger who committed the act, taking advantage  of a weaker person.


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