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11 Banks Fail in September and October

 

Detective Krum

 

In September 2010 we see nine banks failed.

Horizon Bank in Bradenton, Florida

ISN Bank in Cherry Hill, New Jersey

Bank of Ellijay in Ellijay, Georgia

First Commerce Community Bank in Douglasville, Georgia

The People’s Bank in Winder, Georgia

Bramble Savings Bank in Milford, Ohio

Maritime Savings Bank in West Allis, Wisconsin

Haven Trust Bank Florida in Ponte Vedra Beach, Florida

North County Bank in Arlington, Washington

 

October 2010 reports reflect two bank failures as of October 11, 2010. We expect more failures in October because most banks that were going to fail with a flicker of trouble, have failed. The bank failures now have been about 10-15 failures per month compared to 20-30 per month a short year to six months ago. As the international bankers who own and run the federal reserve continue a lax fiscal policy, we expect to see more banks fail to possibly prop up the globalist owned banks like JP Morgan, Goldman Sacks, Bank of America and other large banks. It appears the lax fiscal policy in America may be to bankrupt the world or just America. However, precious metals and commodities appear to be safest.

The two banks that failed so far, for October:

Wakulla Bank in Crawfordville, Florida and

Shoreline Bank in Shoreline, Washington

 

What is the importance of the recent mortgage foreclosure meltdown? We will explore that next time. Be sure to vote at the bottom of our posts if you like our post or not. Thanks to our faithful readers and thank you for all your emails.

 



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