by Brian Shilhavy
Editor, Health Impact News
Regular readers of Health Impact News are very familiar with how I have used the term “Globalist” to identify the true enemies of the people since the COVID war on humanity started.
I have repeatedly written that politicians are “puppets,” bought and paid for by these Globalists who own Wall Street and the banks. They control the flow of money through their “Central Banks” and in the United States the “Federal Reserve.”
They use their illegally obtained wealth to buy power, including rigging elections, making sure their judges sit on the benches of the judicial system, and control the affairs of the world through their secret intelligence agencies who serve them, such as the CIA, Mossad, and MI6.
This rather small group of influential “Globalists” seldom are identified by name and faces, because they operate in groups, corporate board of directors and international agencies such as the World Economic Forum, the Council on Foreign Relations, and dozens of other international agencies that they use to shield themselves from public scrutiny.
Well it is time we start identifying these Globalists by name and listing their crimes, so that they can be held accountable for these crimes against humanity and brought to justice. Their crimes include: mass murder and genocide, money laundering, treason, sedition, domestic terrorism, embezzlement, larceny, extortion, human trafficking, and many others.
Today, we are going to focus on one of the men who is at the top of that list, Jamie Dimon, a New York banker who is Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of JPMorgan Chase & Co., the largest bank in the U.S. and the main funding source of Big Pharma through money laundering.
JPMorgan Chase’s Criminal Past
History of JPMorgan Chase
JPMorgan Chase is the largest bank in the United States, and one of the largest banks in the world. It became the world’s largest bank through mergers over the years with other banks and institutions (over 1200).
It’s current name, JPMorgan Chase, was adopted in the year 2000 with the merger of the Chase Manhattan Bank and J.P. Morgan & Co., both New York City banks with a long history.
The Chase Manhattan Bank began in 1799 as “The Bank of the Manhattan Company.” The Manhattan Company was chartered by the New York State legislature to supply “pure and wholesome” drinking water to the city’s growing population. It was founded by Aaron Burr.
Prior to 1799, the banking industry in New York City was monopolized by Alexander Hamilton’s Bank of New York.
Aaron Burr and Alexander Hamilton were national politicians as well, as Aaron Burr was the Vice President of the United States, and Alexander Hamilton had served as the first Secretary of the Treasury, and they were bitter enemies which resulted in a “pistol dual” where Aaron Burr shot and killed Alexander Hamilton on July 11, 1804.
So the entire New York City banking industry, representative of the U.S. banking industry as a whole, has its history steeped in corruption, greed, politics and murder from the start.
In 1955, The Bank of the Manhattan Company merged with Chase National Bank in NYC, and was renamed Chase Manhattan Bank.
In 1991, they merged with “Chemical Bank,” which was founded in New York in 1823 and was the main financial funding source of what became the pharmaceutical industry. Chemical Bank was actually the larger of the two banks, but the Chase Manhattan Bank had a more recognizable brand name and so they kept the name.
J.P. Morgan & Co. was founded in NYC in 1895, but its founders are traced back to Peabody, Morgan & Co. in London in 1854. It financed the formation of the United States Steel Corporation, which was founded by Andrew Carnegie.
They merged with the Chase Manhattan Bank in 2000, and are now the largest bank in the United States, and one of the largest banks in the world.
Five years later, in 2005, Jamie Dimon became the chairman and chief executive officer (CEO) of JPMorgan Chase.
Today, there is no dispute that Jamie Dimon is one of the most powerful men in the world, as head of the largest and most powerful bank in the world.
He is a member of the World Economic Forum, and a member of the Council of Foreign Relations, two of the most powerful organizations in the world that set global economic policies with their desire to have a central One World Government.
The crimes that Jamie Dimon and his JPMorgan Chase have committed for the past couple of decades comprise a list too long to document in this article, so we are just going to list a few of them.
JPMorgan Chase has admitted to an unprecedented five criminal felony counts since 2014 and has been put on criminal probation three times under the leadership of Jamie Dimon.
In a September 29, 2020 article written by Pam and Russ Martens, they reported:
As the attention of Americans is focused on surviving the pandemic and the pivotal presidential debate tonight, William Barr’s Justice Department decided to quietly hand an early Christmas present to a notorious Wall Street bank.
Under the richly compensated leadership of Chairman and CEO Jamie Dimon, JPMorgan Chase, the largest bank in the United States, has admitted to an unprecedented five criminal felony counts since 2014 and put on criminal probation three times.
Dimon notched two of those felony counts in his belt today. (That’s five felonies more than the bank pleaded guilty to in its prior 100 years of existence. Translation: this is not normal even on Wall Street.)
The bank has agreed today to pay criminal fines and admit to two felony counts of wire fraud for manipulating (spoofing) trading in the precious metals and U.S. Treasury markets.
Why the Justice Department is bringing only two counts when its own charging document indicates that traders engaged in “tens of thousands of instances of unlawful trading in gold, silver, platinum, and palladium…as well as thousands of instances of unlawful trading in U.S. Treasury futures contracts and in U.S. Treasury notes and bonds…” is one more sign that this Justice Department is egregiously failing the American people and making a mockery of the word “justice.”
Read the full article:
JPMorgan Chase Admits to Two New Felony Counts – Brings Total to Five Felony Counts in Six Years – All During Tenure of Jamie Dimon
After confessing to their 4th and 5th felony charges, how did the Board of Directors of JPMorgan discipline their CEO Jamie Dimon? They gave him a $50 million bonus.
The unthinkable is happening with alarming regularity at the Frankenbank JPMorgan Chase. Over the last seven years, with Chairman and CEO Jamie Dimon at the helm, JPMorgan Chase has managed to do what no other federally-insured American bank has managed to do in the history of banking in the United States.
The bank has admitted to five separate felony counts brought by the U.S. Department of Justice, while regulators took no action to remove the Board of Directors or Jamie Dimon.
Now, once again, the outrageous hubris of this Board is on display. Just last fall the bank forked over $920 million of shareholders money to settle its fourth and fifth felony counts brought by the Department of Justice, this time for rigging the precious metals and U.S. Treasury market.
Now, in the dog days of summer, rarely a time for bonuses on Wall Street, the JPMorgan Chase board announced on July 20 that it is giving Dimon 1.5 million stock options which, according to a specialist cited at Bloomberg News, have a total value of $50 million on paper.
Read the full article:
After JPMorgan Chase Admits to Its 4th and 5th Felony Charge, Its Board Gives a $50 Million Bonus to Its CEO, Jamie Dimon
Some of the other criminal activities that Jamie Dimon and his bank have been involved in include:
- Funding Bernie Madoff and other Ponzi Schemes defrauding the public. Court Documents Reveal that JPMorgan Chase Was Entangled in Another Giant Ponzi Scheme at the Same Time It Was Propping Up Bernie Madoff’s Ponzi Scheme
- Funding the Jeffrey Epstein Child Sex Trafficking Network. Deutsche Bank Fined $150 Million for Enabling Jeffrey Epstein; Where’s the Fine Against JPMorgan Chase?
- Funding the illegal drug trade. With Three Felony Counts Already, Did JPMorgan Chase Really Need to Own a Ship Containing 20 Tons of Cocaine?
There are also many “strange deaths” reported among JPMorgan Chase employees and executives:
- Strange Deaths of JPMorgan Workers Continue
- Banking Deaths: Why JPMorgan Stands Out
- JPMorgan Vice President’s Death in London Shines a Light on the Bank’s Close Ties to the CIA
- Suspicious Deaths of Bankers Are Now Classified as “Trade Secrets” by Federal Regulator
In 2013, it was announced that Jamie Dimon and JPMorgan Chase were joining together with the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation and Big Pharma to “give money to final-stage drug, vaccine and medical device studies that are otherwise stalled at companies because of their relatively high failure risk and low consumer demand.”
A private equity-like fund backed by for-profit investors, governments and others could be the key to solving the developing world’s most vexing health issues.
At least corporate heavyweights including Jamie Dimon, Bill Gates and large drug makers think so.
JPMorgan Chase, the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation and partners including GlaxoSmithKline and Children’s Investment Fund Foundation have launched an innovative investment fund focused on late-stage healthcare technology trials.
The now-$94 million Global Health Investment Fund will give money to final-stage drug, vaccine and medical device studies that are otherwise stalled at companies because of their relatively high failure risk and low consumer demand. Examples of problems that could be addressed by the fund include malaria, tuberculosis, HIV/AIDS and maternal and infant mortality, according to the Gates and JPMorgan led-group.
The new fund is technically for-profit and aims to attract investors—including wealthy clients of JPMorgan’s private bank–who might otherwise simply donate money toward similar causes. The model also adds to the money for such funding that philanthropy alone cannot provide.As many as 200 products are currently stalled in the final stage of trials, according to the organizers.
“The [Fund] demonstrates the potential for innovative collaborations and thoughtful financial structures to mobilize new sources of capital for social challenges,” said JPMorgan CEO Dimon in a statement. “This product brings a diverse group of investors together around the shared objective of developing life-saving technologies in a financially sustainable way.”
The fund will provide a form of mezzanine debt funding to pharmaceutical companies and others. But unlike a traditional mezzanine or private equity fund, the carry–20 percent of profits–will be recycled back into global health development, according to the group’swebsite.
Investors can expect an estimated 5 percent to 8 percent total return, according to organizers. There’s also loss protection, similar to bond insurance.
The first 20 percent of loss is covered by the Gates Foundation and the Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency. Investors also only have to cover 50 percent of any additional losses.
The fund will pay investors as the drug makers successfully bring some of the products to market and sell them at full price to developed country consumers—such as military members and tourists travelling in developing markets. Individuals in poor countries would receive the same products at-cost.
Lion’s Head, a London- and Nairobi-based asset manager specializing in sustainable development, will invest the portfolio in consultation with the effort’s partners. Other investors include the International Finance Corporation, Merck, The Pfizer Foundation, Challenges Canada, the German Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development and undisclosed wealthy individuals.
“As the first investment fund dedicated to global health R&D, GHIF has the potential to make a real impact on the health of underserved populations,” said Jeffrey Chodakewitz, vice president of global clinical development at Merck, in a statement. “The fund’s unique ability to advance science while seeking to provide a reasonable return to investors aligns closely with Merck’s own commitment to discovering innovative solutions to the world’s greatest health challenges in a sustainable way.”
Read the full article at CNBC.
Jamie Dimon and JPMorgan Chase are now probably the largest investors in Big Pharma, and every year they sponsor a “Health Care Conference” for all the major pharmaceutical companies.
The 2022 conference just ended this past week. See:
This year’s conference, of course, highlighted the multitude of COVID-19 drugs both currently in the market and the ones that are on the horizon, such as the new Novavax COVID-19 vaccine that Dr. Peter McCullough and those in the Right Wing media are promoting as a “Pro-life COVID-19 vaccine.”
Then there is Jamie Dimon’s incestuous relationship with the Federal Reserve, which enables him to create money out of thin air.
As we reported on January 4, 2022, Pam Martens of Wall Street on Parade has documented how the Federal Reserve bailed out banks in the 4th quarter of 2019 at a rate much higher than the 2008 bank bailout scandal, and even though this was headline news back in 2008 during the financial crisis, there was a complete media blackout of this much larger bailout, which happened months before COVID-19 even started and became the main news story in 2020. See:
Once again, Jamie Dimon and his JPMorgan Chase were at the center of this “bailout” collecting trillions of free money when there wasn’t even a “crisis” or “pandemic” yet.
In a follow-up article written by Pam Martens yesterday, January 14, 2022, she reports that economist Michael Hudson states that the Fed clearly “broke the law” with these bailouts of JPMorgan Chase and other large banks.
Even within economic circles, there is a growing nervousness that the Federal Reserve, the central bank of the United States – with the power to electronically create money out of thin air, bail out insolvent Wall Street megabanks, balloon its balance sheet to $8.8 trillion without one elected person on its Board… has carved out a no-law zone around itself.
The latest ruckus stems from the Fed’s release on December 30 of the names of the 23 Wall Street trading houses and the billions they borrowed under its cumulative $11.23 trillion emergency repo loan facility that the Fed launched on September 17, 2019 – four months before the first case of COVID-19 was reported in the United States by the CDC on January 20, 2020.
On January 3, Wall Street On Parade published an article titled: There’s a News Blackout on the Fed’s Naming of the Banks that Got Its Emergency Repo Loans; Some Journalists Appear to Be Under Gag Orders.
The day after the article ran, we got a call from the well-known economist Michael Hudson. We explored the Fed’s actions in some detail with Hudson since he planned to discuss the article in an interview he had scheduled with Ed Norton on the topic of “What Is Causing So Much Inflation.” (You can watch the program and read the transcript here.)
Hudson is the Distinguished Research Professor of Economics at the University of Missouri, Kansas City, and a prolific author. His most recent books include Super-Imperialism: The Economic Strategy of American Empire; ‘and forgive them their debts’; J is for Junk Economics; Killing the Host, which Wall Street On Parade reviewed here, among numerous others.
Norton notes that among the large borrowers under the Fed’s repo loan facility in 2019 were JPMorgan Chase, Goldman Sachs and Citigroup (it was their trading affiliates) and these were “three of the Wall Street banks that were at the center of the subprime and derivatives crisis in 2008 that brought down the U.S. economy.”
Norton then asks Hudson “why was the Fed giving trillions of dollars to these large Wall Street banks. And why was there a liquidity crisis? That’s unexplained. Why did the Fed refuse to release the names of these banks? And was there a financial crisis before COVID that the U.S. government later was able to blame on COVID, but it was actually a financial crisis in the making?”
What Hudson says next will take your breath away, both for its insightfulness and its candor.
Hudson: “There was actually no liquidity crisis whatsoever. And Pam Martens is very clear about that. She points out the reason that the regular newspapers don’t report it is the loans violated every element of the Dodd-Frank laws that were supposed to prevent the Fed from making loans to particular banks that were not part of a liquidity crisis.
“In her article, she makes very clear by pointing out these three banks, Chase Manhattan (sic), Goldman Sachs – which used to be a brokerage firm – and Citibank, that the Federal Reserve laws and the Dodd-Frank Act explicitly prevent the Fed from making loans to particular banks.
“It can only make loans if there’s a general liquidity crisis. And we know that there wasn’t at that time, because she lists the banks that borrowed money, and there were very few of them…”
The REAL Domestic Terrorists are These Bankers and Billionaires
Is Jamie Dimon the most notorious criminal in the world today who not only is not behind bars, but is not even being investigated for any of his alleged criminal enterprises?
Charges have been filed in some countries against the conspirators of the COVID scam that has murdered hundreds of thousands of people, if not millions, and crippled millions more, but of those charges filed, not one of them mentions Jamie Dimon, who is probably the main financier of the criminals that are mentioned.
All these Globalist billionaires have to have a safe place to keep and manage their money, and JPMorgan Chase is the main place where all this criminal money goes. Jamie Dimon has more power and influence than all those who are named in some of these criminal court cases combined, such as Bill Gates, Albert Bourla, Anthony Fauci, etc.
And now with the Marxist Left wing branches of the government colluding to redefine what “domestic terrorism” means so that they can go after their political opponents on the Right, the public is largely unaware who the REAL domestic terrorists even are.
Jamie Dimon most certainly should be towards the top of that list, and he happily funds both the Right and the Left, and is non-partisan in his crimes against humanity.
This is yet another reason why it is foolishness to go to Washington D.C. to protest, because the real criminals are in New York on or near Wall Street. They control the entire political landscape, and that includes the judicial system.
Jamie Dimon and his cohorts in crime believe they are untouchable.
But are they?
Arise, O LORD, let not man triumph; let the nations be judged in your presence. Strike them with terror, O LORD; let the nations know they are but men. (Psalms 9:19-20)
Therefore God exalted him to the highest place and gave him the name that is above every name, that at the name of Jesus every knee should bow, in heaven and on earth and under the earth, and every tongue confess that Jesus Christ is Lord, to the glory of God the Father. (Philippians 2:9-11)
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