Conspiracy or No?

January26

“Cheerful” Dutch Financier Becomes 4th ABN Amro Banker Suicide


From the article:

Following the deaths of 36 bankers last year, 2015 has got off to an inauspicious start with the reported suicide of Chris Van Eeghen – the 4th ABN Amro banker suicide in the last few years.

More:

…..there is again a familiar pattern, namely that there is no indication that Van Eeghen had plans to take his life.

I would suppose that the logical answer would be that maybe it wasn’t suicide, then? The really one odd thing in the article is that the son is in remission from cancer. Not exactly the timing you would expect. Just when your child recover’s from a deadly disease?

http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2015-01-24/cheerful-dutch-financier-becomes-4th-abn-amro-banker-suicide

Comments:

yogibear
 No real investigations when bankers begin dying off.  Ruled as a suicide.

The Too Big to Fail banks can even get away with murder. Eric Holder says he wouldn’t prosecute them no matter what they do. Europe is also ruled by the banks. Same rules apply there.

It’s bankster’s rules, not the rule of law.

juujuuuujj

Banks are opaque organizations, involved in criminal schemes, controlled in a top-down totalitarian fashion. If they want to silence someone, they have all the means to do so, and it would take the form of a suicide, not a string of “accidents”. All those bankers could simply have guilty consciences, but I doubt that’s the only cause.

It’s rational to suspect a totalitarian state like North Korea of purging its ranks from traitors, and it’s just as rational to suspect a bank of doing the same. Both are opaque, totalitarian institutions, where an elite minority pulls all the strings, i.e. an oligarchy. It’s something that would be totally unsurprising.

smacker

 It gets curiouser and curiouser.

Two immediate lines of investigation for the Dutch police:

– Retrieve the Facebook logs and find out the logon IP Address used to make that odd change to his personal profile “former…”. This won’t identify a killer (if it was not suicide) but will at least help determine if access was from one of his usual IP’s and also if that IP is located in a place he had visited recently.

– Identify if any of his clients had taken a financial hit recently due to his poor judgment.

All that assumes the Dutch police have not already been instructed that it was suicide.

lincis

even if the guy was about to snitch someone, and even if he woud have. nothing would change, it would be all over the news for couple of weeks, and people woild go back to watch football or whatever other nonesense people are watching on TV.

This next comment is not the exception among the comments.

ukmetman

Yawn. Wake me up and I’ll buy you a beer when the death rate of bankers reaches 100,000/year.

I just did a quick calculation based on data I found online:

Western death rate age 35-69 = 500/100,000 of population

% of population of USA & Europe working in finance = 1.56

When you crunch the numbers you get 83,000 deaths per year in finance.

What are we getting all excited about here, a few hundred of the parasites? Still a long way to go I’m afraid.


Posted January 26, 2015 by Sue Says in category In the News

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