FDIC: Sex, drugs, and booze is the least of their problems (But It's A Very Revealing Indicator of the Corruption and Looting)

Posted by freedomforall 2 weeks ago to Politics
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"We’re going to talk about strip clubs and binge drinking today. Yet surprisingly this article is not about Hunter Biden.

I’m actually talking about the FDIC… as in the organization that’s supposed to insure customer deposits in the US banking system.

The FDIC isn’t typically an institution that’s associated with sex, drugs, and booze; in fact an agency that sends people from bank to bank across the country to comb through financial records and look for infractions of obscure regulations… should qualify as THE most boring in the world.

But the reality is the complete opposite.

According to a bombshell report published earlier this week by the Wall Street Journal, the FDIC has a hard-partying, sexed-up Caligula boozer dick pic culture that’s a cross between National Lampoon’s Animal House and the TV show Mad Men.

According to the Journal’s report, some FDIC meetings would take place at strip clubs. Senior bank examiners routinely sent around dick pics to the women on their teams. Auditors were encouraged and pressured to drink whiskey shots during work hours while in the field.

Female employees were openly rated on their looks and expected to have sex with their male supervisors in exchange for promotions and higher ratings.

And vomiting off the roof of the FDIC’s Washington DC area hotel was so common it became a rite of passage. (I was as surprised as anyone to learn that the FDIC owns and operates its own hotel…)

Taxpayers rightly have a certain expectation of their public officials– especially when said public officials have the solemn charge of ensuring the safety of the banking system.

And I think it’s safe to say that a hypersex boozer dick-pic culture at the FDIC falls far, far short of that expectation."
Like the FBI and JustUS Department, these are Traitors to the People and the US Constitution.
Typical D.C. Power-mad Corruption. NIFO.
SOURCE URL: https://www.sovereignman.com/trends/sex-drugs-and-booze-is-the-least-of-their-problems-148452/

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  • Posted by $ allosaur 2 weeks ago
    Out of nowhere while reading the article, Malcolm McDowell playing Caligula just up and popped into me dino's head.
    I mean, golly gee whiz, I saw that flick when I had HBO way back during the Eighties.
    Trying to go figure why, maybe I thought of that because the USA has entered a death of ancient Rome kinda free-fall.
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    • Posted by $ Markus_Katabri 1 week, 6 days ago
      We certainly have. This nation is a walking corpse that doesn’t realize the meat is falling off its bones. I was watching some footage of “migrants” in major cities. We are DONE! Done like dinner. I don’t think there are enough forks. Federally we have collapsed. Some states may be able to row their lifeboats away from the sinking ship but they need to start disregarding orders from the ship’s corrupt crew and begin pulling away. If I were a governor in a Deep Red state I would begin creating my own “Well Regulated Militia” this is going to go hot sometime in the next 6 years. Forward looking legislatures should begin drafting laws on the state level that legalize FULL AUTO and High Cap magazines. RPGs etc. if Marijuana can be legalized in spite of remaining a FEDERAL controlled substance than so can firearms. Honestly the BEST thing a state can do is invest heavily in Anti-Aircraft and Electronic Warfare measures. They could build an entire state level economy just by doing these things. Then export it to other likeminded states. Why not? Where in the Constitution does it say they can’t? The “United” States seems like a misnomer.
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  • Posted by coaldigger 1 week, 3 days ago
    I am not religious but do not feel comfortable in a society that does not have any moral code whatsoever. In the West, most countries have always acknowledged Christain morality and held others to that standard even though they may not strictly adhere to it. Even hypocritical standards are better than nothing and peer pressure can be quite effective in policing compliance.
    A secular moral code based on rationality takes a tremendous amount of thought and is an individual exercise which few are apparently willing to expend.
    What we have now is nothing and we are trying to substitute morality with laws. Laws require enforcement and when it has to be applied to every aspect of life it becomes tyranny.
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  • Posted by LarryHeart 1 week, 3 days ago
    One thing in this article that gave me pause. When the interest rates rise and the banks are left holding lower interest bonds it is not a tragedy as this article implies.

    All the banks have to do is loan out the lower interest asset at a higher interest and recoup any potential losses. No?
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    • Posted by 1 week, 3 days ago
      I never feel sorry for bankers. They loan at high rates money they get for virtually nothing, created from nothing.
      They also use such nearly free funds to corrupt con-gress to bail them out when they lose on foolish gambles.
      The banking cartel have been looting all others for 110 years.
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