Why was Osama killed and not captured?

The US tortured innocent farmers, children, and grandparents... supposedly to get information about Bin Laden. But the government wasn't interested in actually interrogating Bin Laden himself.

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John Martis

6 years ago

Almost all brokerages compel the investors to open accounts with about 4 private banks for transacting fund transfer for trading. These private banks charge Rs.100 to the client for online fund transaction. They also demand minimum balance of Rs.5000 in the bank account. They also debit the client high amounts under various fictitious heads periodically. If requested for a document such as statement of account, they charge Rs.200 per piece. When questioned, the brokerages refuse to answer why they have chosen these private banks even though these banks are fleecing the clients. Whereas PSU banks do not impose any charges for online transfer of funds, and the minimum balance required by them is only Rs.1000. They do not impose any debits on the account holders under false pretex. Please give us your opinion whether such actions by the brokerages is ethical.

John Martis

6 years ago

Almost all brokerages compel the investors to open accounts with the about 4 private banks for transacting fund transfer for trading. These private banks charge Rs.100 to the client for online fund transaction. They also demand minimum balance of Rs.5000 in the bank account. They also debit the client high amounts under various fictitious heads periodically. When questioned, the brokerages refuse to answer why they have chosen these private banks even though these banks are fleecing the clients. Whereas PSU banks do not impose any charges for online transfer of funds, and the minimum balance requied by them is only Rs.1000. They do not impose any debits on the account holders under false pretex. Please give us your opinion whether such actions by the brokerages is ethical.

The markets and the Fed’s destabilising factor

The Fed is not allowing markets to be markets. In fact, it has become a highly destabilising market force that significantly contributes to the volatility of the business cycle.

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