The idea that “mysterious deaths” circle around major events or people is central to the mythology of conspiracy theories. From the Clintons and Barack Obama to the JFK assassination and 9/11 to whistleblowing journalists and UFO researchers, those with their eyes opened believe the Globalist Controllers have the power to kill anyone, anywhere and make it look like an accident or suicide.
So when a cluster of bankers and major players in the financial industry died within a few weeks 2014, it raised eyebrows. Even more bizarre is that many of them worked for JP Morgan, are of similar ages and died by either unknown or self-inflicted causes.
Nine “banksters” all dying mysteriously and all within the same short span of time. What’s going on here? Are loose ends being tied up? Were they about to go public about something terrible? Is another economic crash around the corner or something even worse, like a financial reset, foreign currency scandal or total economic collapse? Did these poor souls know things they weren’t supposed to?
When examining these so called “death lists” it’s important not to mistake coincidence for conspiracy. It’s also important to get past the click-bait headlines and “just asking questions” ethos of websites in need of ad revenue.
Sure, “nine bankers mysteriously dying in a month” sounds weird and creepy. But every death that occurs for reasons other than natural causes is inherently “mysterious” until the reasons for why it happened are determined. So is there something else that explain this string of deaths, other than “they were taken out by the Powers That Be?”
Let’s take a look at the lists, and then we can go from there. In the last month, three JP Morgan employees died, all with different positions and in different cities. They are:
- Gabriel Magee, 39, vice president, corporate and investment bank technology, London, January 28, jumped off a building
- Ryan Henry Crane, 37, executive director, New York, February 3, unknown causes
- Li Junjie, 33, finance, Hong Kong, February 18, jumped off a building
Other sources then add a number of names to the list, anywhere between six and nine bankers who dies under “mysterious circumstances.” This is the list that’s most commonly being used on sites trying to make a connection between the deaths:
- David Bird, 55, Wall Street Journal writer covering OPEC, New Jersey, January 11, went missing on walk
- Tim Dickenson, age unknown, Communications director at Swiss Re AG, London, January 21, unknown causes
- William Broeksmit, 58, former senior risk manager at Deutsche Bank, London, January 26, suicide by hanging
- Karl Slym, 51, managing director of Tata Motors, Bangkok, January 27, death by jumping out window
- Mike Dueker, 50, chief economist at Russell Investments, Washington State, January 31, death by falling
- Richard Talley, 57, founder of American Title Services, Denver, February 4, shot himself with nail gun
- James Stuart, Jr., 70, Former National Bank of Commerce CEO, Scottsdale, February 19, unknown causes
Even just a cursory glance at the list turns the “nine dead banksters” narrative into a shambles. Two of the names, Bird and Slym, had nothing to do with banks or banking, working in journalism and the automotive industry. Two of the others, Broeksmit and Stuart, were . . .