Decatur, Georgia: “The Libertarian Party of DeKalb County (LP DeKalb) announced today they are reaching out to workers in the banking industry struggling with how to make a clean break into legitimate industries. The novel program LP DeKalb introduced is called “Bankers Anonymous”. Loosely patterned on Alcoholics Anonymous and similar programs, the 7-step program will meet in secret locations and use first names only, protecting the identity of bankers taking this decisive step to admit their addiction to income derived from counterfeiting (fiat paper money), fraud (fractional reserve lending), and theft (government bailouts and “insurance” at taxpayer expense).
“Says LP DeKalb Chairman David Montané, ‘This will seem like a joke to some, but bankers have been known to commit suicide, in some cases we suspect because they realize they have staked their career on a systemically corrupt industry. They had no idea when they started how banks defraud people of enormous wealth. Often decades pass before they realize this. Many work in jobs sheltered from such knowledge, some are in denial, and the rest continue hiding behind a veil of respectability.’
“After several years of economic malaise, and nearly 100 years since the Federal Reserve System was instituted, many citizens and some bankers are waking up to the reality that the U.S. banking system is based on counterfeit money, fraudulent loans and government bailouts. LP DeKalb wants bankers to know, unlike the Occupy Wall Street movement, libertarians understand, and you can turn to them for help.”
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