2,000 billion dirty money … Bitcoin (BTC)? No, Deutsche Bank and JP Morgan! – Cryptocurrencies

2000 billion dirty money, not Bitcoin (BTC) this time

Once is not custom. The big international banks are once again at the heart of a money laundering scandal. BuzzFeed was able to procure documents that lifted the veil on $ 2 trillion in dirty money. Where are the bankers who accused Bitcoin (BTC) of being the currency of the crime? …

International Consortium of Investigative Journalists (ICIJ)

The ICIJ released the ” FinCEN Files “. These are thousands of documents related to transactions carried out by the Deutsche Bank (and other big banks) undoubtedly belonging to the crime industry. The first German bank – whose share price fell from 110 euros to 7 euros between 2008 and today – definitely don’t miss one …

These documents are obligatory when banks want to carry out transactions in dollar. These are “suspicious activity reports” (SAR in English) that the US Treasury must fill in tandem with the financial police FinCEN. In all, 108 banks, 88 countries and 170 nationalities are concerned.

Financial Crimes Enforcement Network

And while the journalists seem to be doing the job, FinCEN immediately said that the release of these suspicious activity reports is a ” CRIME that may have an impact on the national security of the United States ”…

2020, when the police cover the mafia …

Deutsche Bank, again she …

Deutsche Bank is particularly in the spotlight as it has bathed in 1300 billion of “supposed” illegal transactions. Why is Deutsche Bank soaked up to the neck?

Because it is common knowledge that the bank is at edge of bankruptcy. Without really knowing why (derivative products?) … But a bank having trouble passing the “stress tests” quickly attracts the Mafia. The reason being his dire financial situation prompts him to be a lot less careful about the origin of the funds in order to earn as many commissions as possible.


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deutsche bank collapse
Value of a Deutsche Bank share

Other banks like JP Morgan (514 billion !) or Goldman Sachs are also splashed. HSBC, Standard Chartered or Bank of New York Mellonare also accused of passing dirty money through. But also CityBank, Bank of Ozarks…, Barclays or again Bank of America . In short, absolutely all international banks …

Follow the money

The white-collar mafia ransom us with a criminal debt system (interest, inflation) but is also partner in crime arms dealers, drug traffickers and even terrorists …

The Middle East Monitor website reports that Deutsche Bank (through its US branch) has facilitated money transfers to Daesh in Iraq between 2014 and 2016, when ISIS controlled the city of Mosul and all of its banks.

The Leak of ” SARs“(Suspicious Activity Reports) has not finished making noise as the updating of all these money transfers allows to establish a very precise map of international networks profiting from the war . What do you deduce from the fact that funds coming from the United States ended up in the pockets of DAESH? …

The hospital that doesn’t give a damn about charity

Thetotal annual Bitcoin transaction volume($ 700 billion ) is not even half of the 2 trillion transactions that FinCEN has flagged as highly dubious. Not to mention that these 2000 billion are probably just the tip of the iceberg …

Cryptocurrency continues to be portrayed as the currency of terrorism as it is the big banks that are complicit in the antechambers of globalized powerwhere all the mafia powers converge rich enough to consider the world as their playground. This hyperclass which travels by jet and whose dark designs touch financial crises, to the manipulation of masses, to the war, at the grabbing of raw materials, etc.


Cryptoassets are highly volatile unregulated investment products. No EU investor protection. Your capital is at risk.

Bitcoin is on the safe side and we could not miss this umpteenth opportunity to set the record straight. Criminals don’t need Bitcoin, they have banks …

Banks cited in the FinCEN files
FinCEN leaks

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