ABN AMRO Inc. Fuji Securities Inc.
BMO Nesbitt Burns Corp. Goldman, Sachs & Co.
BNP Paribas Securities Corp. Greenwich Capital Markets, Inc.
Bank of American Securities LLC HSBC Securities (USA) Inc.
Bank One Capital Markets, Inc. J. P. Morgan Securities, Inc.
Barclays Capital Inc. Lehman Brothers Inc.
Bear Stearns & CO., Inc. Merrill Lynch Government Securities Inc.
CIBC World Markets Corp. Morgan Stanley & Co. Inc.
Credit Suisse First Boston Corp. Nomura Securities International, Inc.
Daiwa Securities America Inc. SG Cowen Securities Corp.
Deutsche Bank Securities Inc. Salomon Smith Barney Inc.Dresdner Kenilworth Benson UBS Warburg LLC
North America LLC Zions First National
Is it possible to retroactively add web sites to web.archive.org?
In brief, when researching many vicsims one comes across numerous sites which seem half-baked to a particular purpose. Sometimes they are memorials, sometimes seemingly ignored corners of big university sites, sometimes — rarely — actually recognized companies that anyone would remember from the 00's. Such as Enron.
Because the target audience of those to be suckered into psychologically falling for the Red Herring would probably be 3 figures, given that so few people are pursuing this avenue of research, and those that are would have enough checks and balances in place to be cautious enough to see through it.The logo 'Andersen' does the psychological work of implying and creating a company, perhaps involved in 'scandal'.
Flabbergasted wrote:Some weeks ago I was browsing fakeologist.com and had a look at abirato´s 9/11 bullet list.
It takes more than abstaining from killing people to make a psyop "legal". So, if psyops are "mostly legal" (and perhaps they really are), then it would be interesting to look into how and to whom they are submitted for pre-approval. Are psyops considered a special type of drill authorized by law? For example, can the New York State Office of Emergency Management legally authorize a psyop with MSM coverage, vicsims and actors playing relatives?
(I sent this same message to abirato by private message on April 18th)
abirato wrote:I doubt any of these organizations are authorizing anything.
Flabbergasted wrote:Hi SCS,
Good to have you onboard. You seem to place fairness and objectivity in the high seat.SacredCowSlayer wrote:Finally, if you or any members have a legal question I'll be glad to answer (where appropriate of course) as best I can.
Since you are inviting legal questions (free of charge, I hope ), I was wondering if you had any input regarding the question of legality of psyops which was raised here:
Cantor Fitzgerald, proving itself more prescient than its competitors, identified the benefits of e-commerce early on and rolled out a product and division last year called eSpeed. eSpeed is ultimately an electronic alternative to the inter-dealer broker as it offers Cantor's banking clients the option of offloading large bond transactions online.
Chris Ferreri, head of IT strategy for Garban, acknowledges the fear emanating throughout the broker community, a growing sense of doom. "My first answer to them is that I'm not sure how electronic trading impacts the broker a year from now,"[/quote]Cantor, realizing earlier than most the ways in which online matching engines would change the fixed-income arena, reportedly poured $200 million over the past three years into developing eSpeed, and went so far as rolling out the division in a direct public offering. One might say that Cantor is leaving nothing to chance. Representatives at eSpeed did not return numerous phone calls.
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