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alstry (< 20)

Banks NOT giving back TARP $$$$$



March 23, 2009 – Comments (3)

As a practicioner of cross examination and ferreting out lies........this one doesn't even require the extra standard deviations of higher IQ that EverydayInvestor has to figure out.....

Banks funded Trillions of Toxic Loans that they knew or should have known the borrower would not likely be able to pay back....

Banks booked those loans as profits when they closed.

Bank executives made hundreds of billions in bonuses and profits from illusory stock appreciation and option exercises.

As any first year accounting student could foresee.....the loans started defaulting because there was little chance that the loans reasonably could be paid back againist the borrowers revenue stream

The loans were assets on the banks books....when the loans defaulted, the bank's assets started evaporating.

Due to evaporating capital got dangerously low to forcing the banks out of capital compliance

The TAXPAYERS were forced to give money to the banks in the form of TARP $$$$$ to maintain appropriate capital levels under the threat of total financial meltdown

Even though the banks were contructively bankrupt, the bank executives extracted hundreds of millions in bonuses and foreclosed on the homes of Americans who were in a similar financial position

Realizing that the public would get very upset knowing that bankrupt banks were kicking bankrupt families out of their homes only because taxpayers were enabling it with TARP $$$$$...the bank executives promised to pay back the TARP $$$$$

The problem was the banks did not have any money to pay back TARP $$$$ because that is why they accepted it in the first place

As time went by, even more loans defaulted requring banks to accept even more TARP $$$$$

Now the the problem for banks deteriorated as the toxic loans were blowing up at an even faster rate

Hmmmmmmmmmmmmm  With Trillions of worthless or nearly worthless toxic assets on the books and the banks still needing Trillions were they going to pay back Billions in TARP $$$$$ even though they still needed EVEN MORE money?????

Easy.......ask the taxpayers for TRILLIONS of more dollars(by selling the toxic loans to taxpayers at above market prices) so they could pay back the Billions of TARP $$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$

In sum, banks pay back the BILLIONS of TARP $$$$$ from the TRILLIONS of dollars the taxpayers are overpaying for the toxic the end, the net is not the banks giving taxpayers back the TARP $$$$$$, but Wall Street, through their buddy Tim Geithner, extorting the American public for TRILLIONS to pay back BILLIONS.....

A similar deal happened when Lennar sold CALPERS LandSource for over a billion the time I blogged in shock how any competent pension fund manager could pay such a ridiculous price for that piece of Lennar is buying it back from CALPERS for pennies on the dollar.....great for Lennar.....terrible for the workers of California dependent on their pensions

If you like being fleeced........hang on.......there is a lot more fleecing coming your way.

Here is what Jamie Dimon and JP Morgan is going to do with the money American taxpayers give him by overpaying for JPM's toxic debt.......and you wonder why people who see it are upset as JP Morgan through Countrywide forecloses on their homes??????

This ain't hard to see....especially if you have a pulse and are not deaf and blind.

If the government gave Alstry $10 million...he would be glad to give the government back $5 million.......

3 Comments – Post Your Own

#1) On March 23, 2009 at 11:44 PM, nau99 (28.28) wrote:

I wonder (as our banks continue to get bailed out) how irate the average citizen will be in 6 or 12 months when they're still left with mounds of debt that will take years (if not decades) to clear up while the banks are brought back to health?  I also ponder whether we'll see a bailout of the consumer, since consumer credit continues to contract at a record pace despite using trillions of taxpayer dollars to keep the banks solvent.

Great post - I'm right there with ya...

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#2) On March 24, 2009 at 12:13 AM, herztical (27.40) wrote:

why do

you use so

many paragraphs when writing

a blog!  Really

hard to read.


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#3) On March 24, 2009 at 12:50 AM, alstry (< 20) wrote:

In an article in the NY Times tommorrw, Goldman is going to be highlighted as the first to give back TARP $$$$$ you think that it will mention that a BIG part of the taxpayer funding to AIG went to GS?

In otherwords, Goldman will be giving back a small portion of the taxpayer money it received from AIG and telling taxpayers it is paying them back.......

Wall Street sure plays by its own set of rules....

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