Ukraine Goes Cyprus 2.0 -Tax Deposits Over 100,000 Hryvnia

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posted on Mar, 20 2014 @ 12:51 PM
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Want to know what's coming next to the Ukrainian general population? Looks like the IMF and the banksters are going to get them before the Russians ever cross any borders.

Ukraine Goes Cyprus 2.0, To Tax Deposits Over 100,000 Hryvnia


It would appear the IMF's dirty little fingerprints are all over this latest piece of legislation in Ukraine. The Ukraine Finance Ministry is proposing to take a very-similar-to-Cyprus approach to bailing in its depositors:

*UKRAINE PROPOSES NEW TAX ON DEPOSITS EXCEEDING 100,000 HRYVNIA

*UKRAINE TAX PROPOSAL WOULD INCLUDE 1.5% OF ALL DEPOSITS

This would appear a measure designed to stabilize the budget for potential IMF negotiations and fits perfectly with what the IMF has consistently hinted as the next steps for many nations.

This is further to the news last week that a 25% deposit "tax" was being considered...

And people say Ukraine needs to be afraid of the Russians? They should be much more afraid of the politicians and banksters. Anyone getting into bed with the EU and IMF can expect the same treatment, remember Cyprus was the blueprint for stabilizing failing and corrupt banks not a one-off.

Ukraine's parliament is to consider draft laws which would ban foreign-currency bank deposits and introduce a 25% tax on interest on deposits in banks and other financial institutions

Ukraine Parliament To Consider 25% Deposit Tax




posted on Mar, 20 2014 @ 12:54 PM
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I am Jack's total lack of surprise.

Oh well, it's what they chose.



posted on Mar, 20 2014 @ 12:57 PM
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Who would have thought this would happen
! Oh wait us Europeans lol. Well it was clear from the start that Ukraine was between a rock and a hard place.

I'd prefer commies over financial terror, but that's just me though.



posted on Mar, 20 2014 @ 01:01 PM
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Its the same damn controllers who are screwing with Russia as well.....
Really the enemy of us all is the world banking cartel.
Kill all of the 1% and a lot of the worlds troubles would go bye bye....



posted on Mar, 20 2014 @ 01:04 PM
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If you look at the new un elected elected government you only see puppets, especially the one with the glasses. Only this time they chose to add some Neo-nazi's in the mix, you know just to spice up the meetings; Oh Jew stop it.



posted on Mar, 20 2014 @ 01:08 PM
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Surprise surprise???

The IMF sent in three of their sharks to have "talks" before this event even started to smoke! Then John Kerry goes in with his hands out offering up 1 Billion in fiat currency??? This whole thing reeks of the stench of George Soros toppling yet another country.

Hell, these bankers are so obvious as to their intentions it is getting quite predictable.



posted on Mar, 20 2014 @ 01:10 PM
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Only this time they chose to add some Neo-nazi's in the mix, you know just to spice up the meetings


This is a clear indicator that the banksters are not above using anyone or anything to accomplish their designs. To them Ukraine deposits are just another pocket of personal wealth to plunder which was why the EU was pushing so hard to get Ukraine to join up in the first place. Gotta prop up the crumbling EU empire.



posted on Mar, 20 2014 @ 01:11 PM
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It was either Russia or the IMF for a loan , didn't expect strings attached?
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posted on Mar, 20 2014 @ 01:21 PM
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What Did We Get for Our $5 Billion?
Ukraine: Follow the Money www.informationclearinghouse.info... "The number is being tossed around that the United States has spent somewhere in the region of $5 billion dollars in the Ukraine since 1992—exact amounts and exact dates are vague but the USG hasn’t seen fit to deny the reports— most on ‘democracy promotion’.* This does not include any black budget funds—secret spook money–spent in Ukraine which funding is apt to be sizeable lately. Exactly how that money has been spent can’t be said from the information given, but judging from such records as exist most of it has been spent on electoral politics type things, the orange and now brown revolutions, and if you looked at how American political campaigns spend money you’d have a pretty good idea of how the money has been spent. The money gets given to politicians and spent by them on PR and parties. There is nothing left to show for all the money spent on a political campaign—the money doesn’t stick around and leave anything behind. Same has to be true of our $5 billion in the Ukraine—the Ukrainians will have no schools, no highways, no power plants and electric lines, no educated professionals, nothing for all that money.

On the other hand, this country has been at war in Afghanistan since 2002. Afghanistan is one of the three or four poorest countries in the entire world, and needs everything rebuilt or replaced from almost four decades of continuous war. It has been universally acknowledged that part of our war effort in that country is to provide aid and reconstructive funds to where our opponents the Taliban lose popular support and that this aid is a critical component of our war effort. It is also universally acknowledged that aid is cheaper than US military forces—a common statistic is that it costs $1.5 million per year to station a GI in Afghanistan. Greg Mortenson** claims to be able to build a school for $50,000 in Afghanistan. One GI-year equals 30 schools built, and we have tens of thousands of GI’s there every year. You can take the preceding statistics with the appropriate amount of salt, but you can’t dispute Afghanistan’s dire poverty and need. That’s obvious. Seems equally obvious that if we are at war in that country, between our moral obligations to assist the folks in that country hurt by our war there combined with the strategic necessity for aiding those folks in that country we would be spending some fair amount of aid assistance change in that country.

Numbers say otherwise. Nonmilitary aid and assistance to Afghanistan, by all US agencies was:

FY 2002–$708 million

FY 2003–$556 million

FY 2004—$1254 million

FY 2005—$1534 million

FY 2006—$845 million

FY 2007–$1603 million

FY 2008–$1893 million

FY 2009–$2298 million

FY 2010—$3519 million"



posted on Mar, 20 2014 @ 01:25 PM
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It was either Russia or the IMF for a loan , didn't expect strings attached?


Why? Because it's too much to expect that a government would live within it's means and be fiscally responsible in the first place? If they done that then they'd neither need Russian or IMF support in the first place.

I guess while that would have left Ukraine in a good place and would have had the IMF slavering at their doorstep even faster. Would have taken the Russians to hold the IMF off. Oh wait..



posted on Mar, 20 2014 @ 01:49 PM
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Have you taken a look around lately?
Ukraine is but one out of a hundred of countries in decline or in the negative
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posted on Mar, 20 2014 @ 01:58 PM
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Have you taken a look around lately?
Ukraine is but one of a hundred of countries in the negative


Oh quite true and I'm sure we could easily find those responsible for most of the misery. Look no further than the IMF, Federal Reserve and the central bankers. Ukraine is finding out right now just like Cyprus found out.



posted on Mar, 20 2014 @ 02:42 PM
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stirling
Its the same damn controllers who are screwing with Russia as well.....
Really the enemy of us all is the world banking cartel.
Kill all of the 1% and a lot of the worlds troubles would go bye bye....



Nope another one will take its place and a new 1% will emerge

You read history books?

You could say tho... that if there was nobody left to oppose and challenge the worlds problems would go away
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posted on Mar, 20 2014 @ 02:50 PM
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When are the elections being held? I don't think many candidates from this interim government are going to get elected running on some of the platforms I have heard them propose since they took power.
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posted on Mar, 20 2014 @ 02:54 PM
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seeker1963
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Surprise surprise???

The IMF sent in three of their sharks to have "talks" before this event even started to smoke! Then John Kerry goes in with his hands out offering up 1 Billion in fiat currency??? This whole thing reeks of the stench of George Soros toppling yet another country.

Hell, these bankers are so obvious as to their intentions it is getting quite predictable.



If Ukraine wants to cut its ties with Russia whom it has a very long history of brutal conflicts and wars with

Then so be it... If they cut away they would need financial support and protection

This is a decision made by the people of Ukraine

If the EU will take them in and NATO protect them, then they must use a system the entire western world and it's allies adopt

Was it really such a surprise that the IMF would offer bail outs and support ?



posted on Mar, 20 2014 @ 02:59 PM
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Haha.... Hahahaha.... Hahahahahahahahaha! Well, they got their first taste of western style freedom and democracy!

Lets see how they feel about it all in another 6 months. By then though any protests will be put down with a lot more force than they have seen up until now. The IMF vampires will want their pound of flesh from every man, woman and child.



posted on Mar, 20 2014 @ 03:01 PM
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Bassago
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Have you taken a look around lately?
Ukraine is but one of a hundred of countries in the negative


Oh quite true and I'm sure we could easily find those responsible for most of the misery. Look no further than the IMF, Federal Reserve and the central bankers. Ukraine is finding out right now just like Cyprus found out.



What he's trying to say is its a global economy and the countries outside the west suffer far greater the financial upheavals and poverty

Russia equals North Korea 2.0



posted on Mar, 20 2014 @ 03:03 PM
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TritonTaranis

This is a decision made by the people of Ukraine


When exactly did the people of Ukraine make this decision? The current President, Prime Minister and all the governors who have been appointed by the interim government did not win elections for the positions they currently hold. Until they gain their positions through the electoral process you can't call their decisions the will of the Ukraine people.



posted on Mar, 20 2014 @ 03:20 PM
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john452

TritonTaranis

This is a decision made by the people of Ukraine


When exactly did the people of Ukraine make this decision? The current President, Prime Minister and all the governors who have been appointed by the interim government did not win elections for the positions they currently hold. Until they gain their positions through the electoral process you can't call their decisions the will of the Ukraine people.


Ties closer to the EU dictate this

Where else do they have to go for funding?

They chose not to be stuck in the middle

Not to be going backwards to there soviet misery and masters in the East



posted on Mar, 20 2014 @ 03:21 PM
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john452

When exactly did the people of Ukraine make this decision? The current President, Prime Minister and all the governors who have been appointed by the interim government did not win elections for the positions they currently hold. Until they gain their positions through the electoral process you can't call their decisions the will of the Ukraine people.


Worth repeating.





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