Bank of America runs scams into the hundreds of billions of dollars, aggressively foreclosing on the American suckers who took mortgages from them, instructing customer service reps to lie to their victim-borrowers, and taking breathtaking government bailouts — the government stepped in to bail out Bank of America. They rewarded the bank $20 billion for its massive financial crimes, as well as a special guarantee for nearly $100 billion of potential losses on the balance sheets of Merrill Lynch, which Bank of America acquired during the crisis. Why were they able to do this? Because Attorney General Eric Holder won’t do anything about it, and because the 28 people on the Board of Directors of B of A have the following connections — note the Council on Foreign Relations is in on the B of A control fraud. Even those supposed deep thinkers from the top out of sight elites, who are supposed to be above it all, are actually wallowing around in the B of A pigsty.
The following institutions each also hold one individual affiliated with Bank of America: Royal Dutch Shell, DuPont, Deere & Company, the World Wildlife Fund, the President’s Export Council, Harvard, the World Economic Forum, Brookings Institution, Sara Lee Corporation, Monsanto, CBS Corporation, BAE Systems, General Dynamics, Walt Disney Company, President Obama’s Council on Jobs and Competitiveness, the Rockefeller Foundation, Business Roundtable, Financial Services Forum, PepsiCo, Carlyle Group, Booz Allen Hamilton, Goldman Sachs, the International Advisory Panel of the Monetary Authority of Singapore and the International Advisory Board of the National Bank of Kuwait.
Meet the Elites
Bank of America’s CEO, Brian T. Moynihan, was a former executive vice president at Fleet Boston and director of BlackRock. He is currently a member of the Business Roundtable and Vice Chairman of the Financial Services Forum, as well as being a member of the International Advisory Panel of the Monetary Authority of Singapore.
Charles O. Holliday, Jr. is the Chairman of the Board of Bank of America and a director of Royal Dutch Shell, and was the CEO of DuPont from 1998 to 2009. He was the former Chairman of the World Business Council for Sustainable Development, the Business Council, Catalyst, the Society of Chemical Industry, and is a founding member of the International Business Council. Holliday is a director of Deere & Company, a member of the board of Planet Forward, Climate Works Foundation, the Nicholas Institute for Environmental Policy Solutions at Duke University, and is a member of the board of directors of the National Geographic Education Foundation and the World Wildlife Fund (WWF).
Mukesh D. Ambani is a member of the board of Bank of America and is the Chairman and Managing Director of Reliance Industries. He is a member of the Global Board of Advisors of the Council on Foreign Relations, a member of the Prime Minister’s Council on Trade and Industry for the Government of India, a member of the board of governors of the National Council of Applied Economic Research in New Delhi, and a member of the Millennium Development Goals Advocacy Group. Ambani is also a member of the Foundation Board of the World Economic Forum, a member of the Indo-U.S. CEOs Forum, a member of the International Advisory Board of the National Bank of Kuwait, Vice Chairman of the World Business Council for Sustainable Development, and a member of the Advisory Council of the Graduate School of Business at Stanford University. Additionally Ambani is a member of the Business Council, the India-Russia CEO Council, Co-Chair of the Japan-India Business Leader’s Forum, Chairman of the Board of Governors of the Indian Institute of Management, and is a member of the International Advisory Council of the Brookings Institution.
Monica C. Lozano is Chairman and CEO of ImpreMedia and CEO of La Opinion, as well as a member of the board of directors of the Walt Disney Company. She is also a member of the Board of Regents of the University of California, a Trustee of the University of Southern California and a director of the Weingart Foundation, as well as a member of the board of directors of the Commission of the 21st Century Economy. Lozano was a member of President Obama’s Economic Recovery Advisory Board from 2009-2011, and has since been a member of President Obama’s Council on Jobs and Competitiveness as well as a member of the Board of Trustees of the Rockefeller Foundation and a member of the Council on Foreign Relations.
Charles O. Rossotti is a senior adviser to the Carlyle Group and was the Commissioner of the IRS from 1997 to 2002, also sitting on the board of directors of Booz Allen Hamilton, Quorum Management Solutions, Primatics Financial and AES Corporation. He too is a member of the Council on Foreign Relations.
Linda P. Hudson, who sits on the board of BofA, is the President and CEO of the military contractor BAE Systems, and former Vice President of General Dynamics. Hudson sits on the board of the Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum and on the executive committee of the Aerospace Industries Association. She is a member of the University of Florida Foundation Board and the International Women’s Forum.
Anne M. Finucance, who is the Global Strategy and Marketing Officer at Bank of America, is also a director of Partners HealthCare System, CVS Caremark Corporation, a trustee of Stonehill College and Carnegie Hall, and a member of the Council on Foreign Relations. Finucance sits on the boards of the John F. Kennedy Library Foundation, the American Ireland Fund, the International Center of Journalists, and the National September 11 Memorial & Museum.
These are the people pushing multiculturalism, amnesty, cheap labor, money printing, inflation, bailouts, salaries for the likes of Tim Wise and a huge middle class of professional anti-whites, and scolding us, their victims, for our “white privilege” and “racism,” The anti-white gig was so cushy that when they couldn’t hire more anti-whites, the Occupy Movement was born.
Historians 100 years from now will say that the Occupy Movement happened when politically correct college graduates could not get jobs in the anti-white bureaucracy. Jobs and salaries for Affirmative Action Officers, Diversity Coordinators, and Civil Rights Lawyers could not grow forever. They peaked in the 00’s, and when they stopped hiring at the previous rate, the student loan indebted Marxist indoctrinated college kids took to the streets for a while.
Modern American kids think, or thought, that you can make an indefinite living shuffling paper and promoting the liberal, anti-white orthodoxy. The trade imbalance with Asia made it seem like cheap products magically appeared at the store for recreation shopping, and tasty corn syrup concoctions are cheap and available on almost every downtown street corner. Ordinary Americans have adopted the ethos and lifestyle of the Global Oligarchy, for now.
That’s how they messed up this country. They wanted ordinary White Americans to adopt the loose morality and sociopathic indifference to the world around them that the oligarchs have. They socially engineered us not to distinguish between right and wrong, good and bad. And it worked, for a while.
That’s how they control us — with our sin. They used the “Planet Fitness” model of being “a judgement (sic) free zone.” Sinful people living in the judgement free zone are slaves to their indulgences, their hedonism. They don’t care what the oligarchs do, as long as they get their corn syrup and ball games and gas for their motorcycles.
The oligarchs’ worst fear is a public that finds morality again. What would that look like?
High food prices force us to produce food locally again; in doing so, we help each other, we have to answer to one another; we make distinctions between good and bad behavior. Hierarchies form; religion is taken seriously; piercing and tattooing go out of fashion.
When this happens, the newly moral public will turn a judgemental eye upon the global oligarchy. How do you fire the mismanagers? You can’t vote them out. Some other solution is required.
When millions of white people organize and decide we want to fire these 20,000 or so global oligarchs, we’ll find a way.