T I Wade was born in Bromley, Kent, England in 1954. His father, a banker was promoted with his International Bank to Africa and the young family moved to Africa in 1956. The author grew up in Southern Rhodesia (now Zimbabwe). Once he had completed his mandatory military commitments, at 23 he left Africa to mature in Europe. He enjoyed Europe and lived in three countries; England, Germany and Portugal for 15 years. The author learned their way of life, and language before returning to Africa; Cape Town in 1989. Here the author owned and ran a restaurant, a coffee manufacturing and retail business, flew a Cessna 210 around desolate southern Africa and achieved marriage in 1992. Due to the upheavals of the political turmoil in South Africa, the Wade family of three moved to the United States in 1996. Park City, Utah was where his writing career began in 1997. To date T I Wade has written seventeen novels.
The Banker's Clubby T I Wade
The corporate world is driven by avarice and power-mongering. At the center of it is The Banker, who is not a very nice person. He manipulates the system to quietly build an empire and to implement his plan for world domination. The story weaves through recent events, causing you to question uncomfortably whether there is in fact a coordinated strategy at
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The corporate world is driven by avarice and power-mongering. At the center of it is The Banker, who is not a very nice person. He manipulates the system to quietly build an empire and to implement his plan for world domination. The story weaves through recent events, causing you to question uncomfortably whether there is in fact a coordinated strategy at work.
Using the CEO’s of the world’s biggest banks, The Banker accumulates more than a trillion dollars in property ownership. Long before 9/11 a plan is put into action, and rears its ugly head on September 11, 2001 in New York. The mortgage collapse seven years later in 2008 is phase two of The Banker’s plan. In 2014-15, the fickle mortgage industry collapses again with property foreclosures totaling 36 percent of the total property in the U.S. The two orchestrated property collapses quietly leave The Banker in control of more than 51 percent of the total land mass of the United States of America.
What are his goals as the country’s major land owner? The plan has nearly succeeded, but a few hackers and FBI agents stand between him and an Economic Coup of the whole of The United States of America, and most of the western world.
Their action-packed resistance provides hope that we are not simply pawns in a grand scheme.
The first novel in The Banker’s Club trilogy, "Defaults", is guaranteed to get your heart racing, and sets the stage for the unbelievable realization that one man might control the economy of the western world.
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