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The Global Elite Are Very Clearly Telling Us That They Plan To Raid Our Bank Accounts

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posted on Mar, 28 2013 @ 11:04 AM
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I was just reading through some blog posts and found this.

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It seems what is happening to Cyprus is about to become a worldwide norm.
I can't work out why Cyprus just sat back and took it, if this happens here in the UK, there will be uproar and rightly so.


Don't be surprised when the global elite confiscate money from your bank account one day. They are already very clearly telling you that they are going to do it. Dutch Finance Minister Jeroen Dijsselbloem is the president of the Eurogroup - an organization of eurozone finance ministers that was instrumental in putting together the Cyprus "deal" - and he has said publicly that what has just happened in Cyprus will serve as a blueprint for future bank bailouts.
What that means is that when the chips are down, they are going to come after YOUR money.
So why should anyone put a large amount of money in the bank at this point? Perhaps you can make one or two percent on your money if you shop around for a really good deal, but there is also a chance that 40 percent (or more) of your money will be confiscated if the bank fails. And considering the fact that there are vast numbers of banks all over the United States and Europe that are teetering on the verge of insolvency, why would anyone want to take such a risk?

What the global elite have done is that they have messed around with the fundamental trust that people have in the banking system. In order for any financial system to work, people must have faith in the safety and security of that financial system. People put their money in the bank because they think that it will be safe there. If you take away that feeling of safety, you jeopardize the entire system.

So exactly how did the big banks in Cyprus get into so much trouble? Well, they have been doing exactly what hundreds of other large banks all over the U.S. and Europe have been doing. They have been gambling with our money. In particular, the big banks in Cyprus made huge bets on Greek sovereign debt which ended up failing. But what happened in Cyprus is just the tip of the iceberg. All over the planet major financial institutions are being incredibly reckless with client money. They are leveraged to the hilt and they have transformed the global financial system into a gigantic casino.

If they win on their bets, they become fabulously wealthy. If they lose on their bets, they know that the politicians won't let the banks fail. They know that they will get bailed out one way or another.

And who pays?

We do.




posted on Mar, 28 2013 @ 11:18 AM
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Originally posted by sarahlm
I was just reading through some blog posts and found this.

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It seems what is happening to Cyprus is about to become a worldwide norm.
I can't work out why Cyprus just sat back and took it, if this happens here in the UK, there will be uproar and rightly so.

We do.


No it wont. You will go out and scream a little, crash some windows on some small bank offices, and then return home. From what I have seen of UK you live in the perfect surveillance society. You cannot take a single step without a camera filming your whereabouts. You still revere that piece of filth in Buckingham palace as if they were gods, and your parliament is filled to the brink with bankster whores, calling themselves representatives of the ppl.

You bow and excuse yourselves everytime you visit your bank, that without the slightest shame informs you they have raised their charges to cover theirs 'costs' (read losses from derivative market gamblings). You send your sons to die in some obscure hole in Afghanistan or Iraq and even some other god forgotten place, and you sit at home just taking it in the .a..s everytime the elite wants to screw you over.

The elite hates weakness and thus they use you like cattle for their own entertainment. And when they have stolen all your money and you find yourself evicted on the street, whom among the other slaves of the state, passing you by, will even listen to you?

So yeah...you tell me if there is any real difference between those poor bastards on Cyprus and your own kin and friends in UK?
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posted on Mar, 28 2013 @ 11:28 AM
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We will burn them all down and string the buggers up.
Oh and the old camera thing? most cameras are owned by private citizens, I have one in my backyard and it stopped a little git stealing my plants.
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posted on Mar, 28 2013 @ 11:31 AM
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They have even come up with a new term for bailouts....
'Bail-ins'.

And they have been saying that this idea is preferable to 'taxpayer funded' bailouts.

Uh huh, yeah, that's the ticket.



posted on Mar, 28 2013 @ 12:02 PM
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I loved your post, and I starred it....but replace the term "UK" with "USA" and it would still ring true.

The people outraged enough to fight back will be marginalized, terrorized and locked up. The rest will be a bunch of sorry milquetoasts, who will grumble to each other about how wrong it is, but who lack the will and backbone to do anything about it.

We are dwindling our bank accounts down, and hoarding. I fully expect them to steal our money. They want us to believe that if we put our money in their crooked banks, then it is on their balance sheets as an ASSET, when in truth it is a LIABILITY that they owe us.

Please, America.....when the time comes, I beg you to prove me wrong.



posted on Mar, 28 2013 @ 12:12 PM
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This is ridiculous. There is such an easy way to stop this without resorting to violence. Everyone will just pull money out of banks and the banks will crumble. Simple as that. I'm about to do business like my grandparents, cash only.



posted on Mar, 28 2013 @ 12:32 PM
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If I'd had any moolah in my bank account, I would have hauled it out and put it in a house-safe by now. As it is, they're welcome to steal 100% of my overdraft (please).

No way would I sit around rubbing my chin wondering if it might happen to other banks - if one bank can get away with this blatant embezzlement, they ALL can - how can anyone trust ANY bank after that? It's beyond me


But I haven't heard of anyone removing all their money out of a bank yet - not one
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posted on Mar, 28 2013 @ 12:33 PM
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The Global Elite Are Very Clearly Telling Us That They Plan To Raid Our Bank Accounts


Well, to some of us it's blatantly clear... but others are still walking around with blinders on or they're just simply in complete denial that such a thing could ever happen in their country.

Why anyone would continue to allow their hard earned monies to be gambled with in the banking system after all that has gone on in the past decade blows my mind at this point.
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posted on Mar, 28 2013 @ 12:46 PM
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You can take all your "money" out of the bank in the form of cash and put it in a shoe box under your bed. If the banks fail that "safe money" will be just as useless. They hoard the real wealth (the gold) in their basement and dole out paper to you.

And now its too late. What ever will we do?

Pay up sucker.



posted on Mar, 28 2013 @ 12:58 PM
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It will be interesting to see how the credit unions handle this, but I doubt they'd behave any differently.

I'm tempted to draw up a contract stating that no percentage of my money will be affected if the theft we saw in Cyprus happens in the US, then take it to my credit union for them to read and sign. If they won't sign, I'll know to remove all my money. If they sign and then allow the government to take a percentage, I'll sue them. They would be smart to sign, then keep to the terms of the contract.
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posted on Mar, 28 2013 @ 12:59 PM
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We should pull an Iceland.

I'm serious.

I hate the idea of any country just sitting back and allowing the theft of its citizens's funds.

I would like to think that Americans would fight back, but, somehow, I just don't think that they will.

I know there would be a portion who would rise to the occasion, but, they will very likely (like fission said above) be singled out and probably labelled as domestic terrorists or some such nonsense and be made an example of.

We need to collectively grow a set and say 'enough'. Where will the line be drawn? What would be the breaking point?

Get your money out of the banks and spend it on food and supplies while you still can.
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posted on Mar, 28 2013 @ 07:24 PM
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I think most people in the US are just so much in debt they would welcome a reset. Student loans, mortgages, car loans. If it all crashes what are TPTB going to do? Repossess every singles house and car sold in the last 5-15 years that still has outstanding payments? Convert the student loans to days of slavery?

I personally have little debt and the little money I have is way under the FDIC guarantees. Still I would expect that the large banks would fail first and those customers would be bent over. Smaller banks will survive longer since they don't gamble as much.

In the end I doubt that the USD would collapse since it's the world currency - so all the cash you can hoard will still have value. If the USD fails within the next 10 years that the whole world would probably end up being ruled by gangs rather than states so most of us will be dead anyway - unless we abandon our morals and join said gangs.

So my point is - prepare for about a month without access to your accounts (credit or debit). If it lasts any longer then we're probably screwed anyway since the food and all the other necessities will stop coming. It would become a full blown zombie Apocalypse and in spite of all the heroic talk on this board few would make it beyond that first month.



posted on Mar, 28 2013 @ 07:44 PM
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If you are in the UK you are lucky. An article I read earlier today (found by googling New Zealand debt in news -- don't have it right now) left me with the feeling that the U.K. is the only hold out to a global plan. Interesting then that they sent money to their soldiers in Cyprus and that it was the London branches of the two Cyprus banks that were left open with *NO* withdrawal limits as this whole crisis played out. U.K. is the last hold out.

The articles I connected to were frankly a bit beyond my ken and I have a fair grasp of economics and banking regulations. Basically they indicated that at the financial summit late last year this plan was hatched. It was followed up by newly released FDIC regulations, using the Lehman Brothers situation as precedent, will not actually pay out in the instance of an insurance failure (and the insurance for the FDIC is overleveraged) but will instead consider depositors to be unsecured creditors in the failed or failing institution. For Lehman that was 8 cents on the dollar in funds recovered for unsecured creditors. Those with derivative investments in the failed institution (so, less skin in the game in reality) take seniority over the actual depositors and get more money back in the event of both bank and insurance coverage failure. Yeah, it was over my head but my read was take the money out of the bank...

Source is CounterPunch -- new to me, author is attorney fwiw
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