posted on Aug, 18 2012 @ 08:45 PM
There seems to be a global withdrawal of banking executives over the last 6-8 months which has gone quietly ignored in the mainstream financial news
what I find really intriguing about this is that this is what exactly Fulford and others have said will happen just prior to the big crash,havent
heard too much about banking arrests ,however is this enough to actually consider is this the end of banking totalitarianism ?
One must consider all the strange events lately concerning gun control and Homeland security ordering massive amounts of ammunition for assault
rifles and hand guns.
Prophets of Doom trying to make a buck off of precious metal? don't think so but you cannot rule anything out, but think about this ,sit down and
with your best conservative and logistical reasoning ask your self is there really a way out of this?. Considering all that consumerism is based on is
borrowing money that you don't have, and all you can do is keep pushing the debt forward until it is mathematically impossible for capitalism to
work,my opinion is much more insidious, I think democracy and capitalism are nothing more than a reference point in human history meaning it was never
implemented to last ,but more so to enslave human thinking by making a symbol eventually more important than human life and that symbol is $ ,I think
when one looks past the resentment of the establishment the big agenda is not so much a conspiracy as it is a new era in mankind's civilization
don't get me wrong I think there will be a dramatic population reduction in the next decade,personally I think there is a history book locked away
somewhere in library of congress which already has the next 100 years already written making it more of a blue print, but guess what in 100 years it
will be a history book,who is writing it? take a wild guess.
Reuters) - U.S. regulators directed five of the country's biggest banks, including Bank of America Corp and Goldman Sachs Group Inc, to develop plans
for staving off collapse if they faced serious problems, emphasizing that the banks could not count on government help.
Something really strange appears to be happening. All over the globe, governments and big banks are acting as if they are anticipating an imminent