posted on Jan, 25 2014 @ 06:07 AM
reply to post by skuly
The banking system only exists because we have been forced over the years to accept our wages, salaries, benefits etc all to be paid into them and
plastic money. Were we to still have our money, or at least some of it in actual cash we would have a much better say over the banks and we would not
be so vulnerable to their dictating and ripping us off, shutting their doors and cash machines. Without us cooperating and putting Our money with
them, they would not have the control, or more importantly the businesses they do have. I honestly think its time the banks were told by their
customers - if you don't handle my money the way I want it handled and stop using it to gamble and give away to various nefarious scheme barely on
the side of legal, I won't have my money paid to you.
I wonder if the HSBC is really just the top of the pyramid because there are a number of countries that according to another thread on ATS are in
trouble and with global banking and the ever shifting sums of money moving around the globe, simply by having gone global the banks themselves are
outgrown anything they can actually control and are more like a pack of dominoes. In short the money is spread too thin globally instead of actually
in specific countries.
If that is so then the rich will get prior notice to withdraw whatever they can and whatever actual cash is left wil be on a first come first served
basis if a rush did suddenly occur and the actual people who make the banking system possible in the first place will end up last place and no cash.