No. At first, there isn't every bank which is public... there are private banks as well.CompagniaDellaMorte wrote:not true. Usually banks are "public companies", that means are owned by a huge amount of investors,most of them are normal investors ( like me and you) who just buy their shares on the stock markets, but also investment funds or other banks. Many banks are owned by the State too.lukwerty wrote:jews are the ones who currently have the most powerful banks in their hands, so maybe this was the main reason that made me get it wrong.
Infact you can check the forbes billionarie's list and you will notice that the wealthiest persons there are not jews nor are they bankers.
The only jews bankers family i know are The Rotschild
And you're right, concerning to the "public companies" and its investors, we for sure are ones of it , but the main ones usually are those who contribute more and then they are the main shareholders. And yet I haven't got why you said it at all... what is it supposed to mean? The companies, being or not public, don't interfere in its foundation and who founded it, only if it was for governament purposes.
Also, I've seen some histories about it and jews contributed a lot in expanding the investments and banks worldwide, principally in Europe and America, so in a way it's correct to say that they created the germs of current and modern banks, even though nobody does really know who in fact did it.
Oh really? Search for the ghisolphi family and its relation to the San Giorgio bank then...CompagniaDellaMorte wrote: 1- jews are not the creator of banks, italians are . We invented banks and the first one was the Banco of San Giorgio (1406,Genova)
In fact I'm not saying who is richer or poorer, I'm just claiming that jews contributed a lot in the recent advancements of the banking history... Just so.CompagniaDellaMorte wrote: Infact you can check the forbes billionarie's list and you will notice that the wealthiest persons there are not jews nor are they bankers.
Ah, you mentioned the forbes list as well... That's pretty nice because I already knew about it and yes, there are jews on it and even billionaires who have jewish blood. Some exemples for you: Larry Ellison; Sheldon Adelson; Michael Bloomberg and the facebook's founder Mark Zuckerberg. Also, did you know that those who aren't jews in this list do approve the legitimacy of the jewish State in Israel? Yes, they do and are bitter supporters of it. Not all of them but a part of it. Just for curiosity...
Cool... Just a few more for you then: warburg family; wallenberg family; oppenheim family...CompagniaDellaMorte wrote:The only jews bankers family i know are The Rotschild
Hm, I think you haven't caught my message well... I asked you if you were jew because you put in your profile that you live in the "place of love" (Israel)... and then I thought you were joking because you put it and also put your age at 98. Just so, no need for harsh responses.CompagniaDellaMorte wrote:nope,i'm not jewish. I am agnostic and I come from a very christian family. What made you think I was joking? I just wrote things that anybody with a minimum of culture knows.
Hm... what kind of things? I'm interested now...CompagniaDellaMorte wrote: [...]I just wrote things that anybody with a minimum of culture knows.
Why would he do so? Give me a good reason for it.CompagniaDellaMorte wrote:You invented the whole story,didn't you?
No, tell me a little bit about him... What is it supposed to mean concerning to the topic?CompagniaDellaMorte wrote:Have you ever heard of the Marquis de Sade?
Well, at least it does have to do to the topic and also he doesn't ignore the facts and or sources related to it.CompagniaDellaMorte wrote:No thanks, I don't need no link. Hitler had no nuke,period. Maybe you mean he had rockets or he was researching nuclear weapons? I suggest you do your homeworks better.
And before you say something about, who initiated the discussion about banks is you. So no, I didn't get out of the topic.
It doesn't change the fact that you got the message right... In fact, does it really matter?CompagniaDellaMorte wrote:and btw the topic's title contains a mistake. It is not II WW, but WW2 or WW II.