On Bank War Day, November 05th, 2013, Americans across the country will take their money out of the big banks that sponsor terrorism and drug cartels and put it into credit unions and community banks that uphold ethical business practices and do not compromise national security.
Bank War Day was started by Everett Stern, the CEO of Tactical Rabbit, Inc. and the chief whistleblower behind the HSBC money laundering scandal. After seeing firsthand how HSBC and other big banks allow terrorist groups, drug cartels, and other criminal enterprises to launder tens of billions of dollars through their accounts, resulting in untold numbers of innocent deaths, he decided to take action.
We the people need to not only take our money out of these big banks, we need to go to war with them. After sponsoring terrorism and other heinous crimes, they need to be shut down. TAKE ACTION! DEFEND AMERICA! Move your money out of the banks listed on this site. Banks only keep a fraction of cash in their vaults. A mass withdrawal of funds can cause a bank run resulting in a shut down. Banks like HSBC are committing treason by admitting to funding our enemies. Eric Holder stated “criminal prosecution could lead to a financial crisis.” Mr. Holder: The next 9/11 will also lead to a financial crisis and American deaths.
We the people, will send the government and the banks a message on November 5th:
If the Department of Justice will NOT shut banks down that commit treason: then we WILL.
Gangster Bankers: Too Big to Jail
How HSBC hooked up with drug traffickers and terrorists. And got away with it.
By: Matt Taibbi
“Soon enough, though, out of boredom and also maybe a little bit of patriotism, Stern started to sift through some of the backlogged alerts and tried to make sense of them. Almost immediately, he found a series of deeply concerning transactions. There was an exchange company wiring large sums of money to untraceable destinations in the Middle East. A Saudi fruit company was sending millions, Stern found with a simple Internet search, to a high-ranking figure in the Yemeni wing of the Muslim Brotherhood. Stern even learned that HSBC was allowing millions of dollars to be moved from the Karaiba chain of supermarkets in Africa to a firm called Tajco, run by the Tajideen brothers, who had been singled out by the Treasury Department as major financiers of Hezbollah.”
by Chris Cumming
AUG 30, 2013
HSBC executives probably hoped that paying a record $1.9 billion fine last year would close the books on its money-laundering violations.
But a former employee is alleging that the bank continued to break anti-money-laundering rules even as it claimed to be reforming its controls, and he has asked federal authorities to open a new investigation.
By Carrick Mollenkamp and Brett Wolf
July 13, 2012
“Stern said that in the course of his work, he came across many suspicious transactions. Some involved parties he suspected of having ties to Hezbollah and Hamas – Islamist groups that the U.S. considers to be terrorist organizations. When he alerted his superiors to these dealings his concerns were dismissed.”