A mere two weeks since former JPMorgan banker, Kenneth Bellando jumped to his death, Bloomberg reports that the former CEO of Dutch Bank ABN Amro (and his wife and daughter) were found dead at their home after a possible “family tragedy.” This expands the dismal list of senior financial services executive deaths to 12 in the last few months.
Before It’s News Last week world leaders like Angela Merkel, David Cameron, Barack Obama, among many other world leaders, were simulating a nuclear device going off in a major western financial center, then testing their responses to such an event. This seems very concerning after Obama’s recent comment Obama’s recent comment at the summit in the Netherlands where
Diana West It may surprise some Americans to learn that almost one-quarter of the people living in Switzerland are foreigners. Even so, just over 50 percent voted last month to cap immigration, which, unchecked, could leave indigenous Swiss a minority in 50 years. Newsweek’s headline over the story was typical: “Switzerland’s Sudden Fear of Immigrants.”
Innocent motif or occult display of power? World leaders at this week’s Nuclear Security Summit wore bizarre illuminati pyramid lapel pins while gathered around a giant eye with a floating holographic pyramid suspended above. Interestingly enough, President Barack Obama was one of the few world leaders not to wear the pyramid symbol. Is the symbol
3 Secret Service agents sent home from Amsterdam after agent found intoxicated by hotel staff The agents were in the Netherlands ahead of a visit by President Obama. The three agents were sent home on Sunday for disciplinary reasons. The Secret Service sent three agents home from the Netherlands just before President Barack Obama’s arrival
During a press conference in the Netherlands today, Obama said he is more worried about Manhattan getting nuked than any supposed threat posed by Russia. The president made the remark after a reporter asked him if former challenger Mitt Romney was correct in his assertion that Russia is once again the primary foe of the
A major international summit to rein in the threat of nuclear terrorism opened Monday with Japan pledging to return to the United States more than 315 kilograms (700 pounds) of weapons-grade plutonium and a supply of highly enriched uranium. The Nuclear Security Summit is the third in a series of meetings established after a landmark