Tuesday, April 2, 2013

Take Your Money Out of the Bank, While You Still Can

Dave Hodges
Activist Post

It is now clear, the government of Cyprus was given two options by the IMF and the EU in which they were told that they could steal money from private bank accounts or they could leave the Eurozone all together and face total economic annihilation. This theft involves seizing the funds of all accounts over 100,000 euros, then stealing up to 40% of those funds sometime over the next few weeks, or whenever EU finance ministers decide exactly how much to steal.

However, no accounts containing less than 100,000 euros will be impacted. This amount was not arbitrarily chosen. The 100,000 mark was chosen because all EU bank accounts are insured up to 100,000 euros. Therefore, the criminal banksters believe that they can steal anything over 100,000 euros because it is not insured.

Except for the 132 preferred insiders who got their money out of Cyprus the day before the announcement of the grand banking theft, the Eurogroup finance ministers have subsequently announced that the large Bank of Cyprus depositors’ above the 100,000 level now have their accounts frozen. The 132 preferred insiders reminds me of Goldman Sachs doing a put option for preferred insiders in Transocean stock the morning of the Gulf oil explosion.

Lars Christensen, the CEO of Saxo Bank, in a recent blog post, chastised the thievery of the IMF and the EU with the following statement.
This is a breach of fundamental property rights, dictated to a small country by foreign powers and it must make every bank depositor in Europe shiver. Although the representatives at the bailout press conference tried to present this as a one-off, they were not willing to rule out similar measures elsewhere – not that it would have mattered much as the trust is gone anyway. It is now difficult to expect any kind of limitation to what measures the Troika and EU might take when the crisis really starts to bite. 

If you can do this once, you can do it again. if you can confiscate 10 percent of a bank customer’s money, you can confiscate 25, 50 or even 100 percent. I now believe we will see worse as the panic increases, with politicians desperately trying to keep the EUR alive. 
Depositors in other prospective bailout countries must be running scared – is it safe to keep money in an Italian, Spanish or Greek bank anymore? I don’t know, must be the answer. Is it prudent to take the risk? You decide. I fear this will lead to massive capital outflows from weak Eurozone countries, just about the last thing they need right now.
Plain and simple, the Cyprus fiasco is a bankster beta test which is being used to test the intestinal fortitude of bank depositors. If there is no uprising in Cyprus, the banksters will move on to Greece, then to Italy, and on to Spain. Even New Zealand is rumored to be in the cross-hairs of the banksters. In short, these tactics will spread like wildfire to every G20 nation on the planet including the United States.

Helicopter Ben Bernanke refuses to address the possibility of this grand theft spreading to the United States. However, recent DHS actions have spoken volumes to that end, as they have declared that, under the PATRIOT Act, they can enter any safe deposit box and seize any bank account. Further, any bank employee caught leaking DHS memos to the public can and will be prosecuted under the same act. Subsequently, the US will not need a Cyprus-like Deposit Tax since they can take whatever is deemed as contraband by an inspecting DHS agent -- and they will not likely stop with seizing safe deposit boxes.

Now America should know why the DHS has purchased 2.2 billion rounds of ammunition and 2700 armored vehicles, as they know that this planned theft will be met with resistance by American account holders. And DHS will not stop with the theft of our bank accounts. My sources tell me that Obama is going after every investment including our pensions and 401(k)’s. The banksters on Wall Street are also acquiring firearms, ammunition and control over private mercenary corporations like DynCorp and Blackwater, as authorized by Department of Defense (DOD) directive 3025.18. It is interesting to note that this is the same DynCorp that was caught trafficking in child sex rings and got off with only a small fine. The bankers have revealed themselves for who they really are.

With all the discourse covering this volatile situation in which nobody’s money is safe, the “legal precedent” has already been set in stone courtesy of the United States justice system. Who could ever forget the MF Global (MFG) scandal which stunned American financial centers when Jon “the Don” Corzine, CEO of MF Global, oversaw the disappearance of $6.3 billion dollars, from secured and segregated accounts, which were used as collateral on bad gambling bets placed upon indebted European nations. The subsequent European nation’s credit ratings went down the toilet and JP Morgan, the mastermind behind this theft of secured investment funds, handsomely profited. And where was the Securities and Exchange Commission during this criminal debacle? Well, the agent in charge of the division which would have overseen the MF Global theft by former Goldman Sachs, Jon Corzine, was former Goldman Sachs enforcement agent, Gary Gensler.

And let’s not forget about the stunning decision made in August of 2012, in which the 7th Circuit Court of Appeals, from Illinois, ruled that once a person deposits their personal money in the bank, the bank is free to do whatever it wants to do with the depositor funds including covering their bank losses, engaging in risky investments and, presumably, even stealing the funds. Is it clear why Jesus chased the money changers from the Temple?


Get your money out of the bank immediately. Leave just enough in the bank to pay bills. Buy a fireproof safe and install it in a secure and hidden location within your home. Do not keep anything in a safety deposit box because very soon it will become the property of DHS.

Could this be the beginning of the trigger event which will ultimately lead to revolution in this country, complete with roundups and mass exterminations of dissidents? Time will tell. Meanwhile, get your money out of the banks, now, while you still can.

Dave is an award winning psychology, statistics and research professor, a college basketball coach, a mental health counselor, a political activist and writer who has published dozens of editorials and articles in several publications such as Freedoms Phoenix, News With Views and The Arizona Republic.

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14 comments:

Anonymous said...

i say go one step further and get rid of paper assets while it still has some apparent value...

lead come to mind as a good future value, better yet with the capacity to send it downrange.

Anonymous said...

The author provides zero evidence for his claims and his call to hide your money in the yard. What is claimed without evidence can be dismissed without evidence.

Cyprus, a nation of less than one million, is not the template for the rest of the world. I hate banksters as much as anyone but this paranoid fantasy is a case of premature panic.
Dale

Anonymous said...

The evidence is there, he's just connecting the dots. What more evidence could you want other than the facts he's laid out?

Anonymous said...

Zero Evidence?

They took the money.

Is this guy a banker?

Anonymous said...

Many Jews left Europe pre Holocaust, forged ID's some to safer places, some to Kazakhstan, The six million who stayed, believe in some god, or in the fact the "it can't happen here". Total denial. this construct that some believe in, is not active here in the world. although, he may, in fact, exist, he is in what has been called "tsimtsum" meaning he is letting us fXXK ourselves, while he, perhaps sheds a tear or two, because his experiment has gone astray.

djohnston said...

"And let’s not forget about the stunning decision made in August of 2012, in which the 7th Circuit Court of Appeals, from Illinois, ruled that once a person deposits their personal money in the bank, the bank is free to do whatever it wants to do with the depositor funds including covering their bank losses, engaging in risky investments and, presumably, even stealing the funds."

Did you bother reading the article, Dale? The author did not advocate hiding "your money in the yard". And he did present evidence you overlooked.

Anonymous said...

Thanks for the great article. Are credit unions any different from banks in terms of being relieved of your deposits or can they do it too?

Anonymous said...

i have a question: let's assume we take the money out of the bank and the bank system (and, generally, the entire economy) collapses. Who can quarantee us that they will not confiscate the money left in the banks and tranform it into a different, probably new, currency, making the money out of the banks entirely useless? I don't trust the banks and that makes me even more nervous about what's going to happen to the withdrawn money. The point is, if they want to screw us, they will find a way. Thank you and sorry for the language. :-)

Anonymous said...

The Federal Reserve has been devaluing our currency since 1913 so it is worth 3 cents of what it was worth in 1913. That approach is the same as putting a frog in cold water then slowly heating it until the frog is cooked.

Becky Jean said...

Where is the safe haven? Credit unions? Under our mattresses? Under our tomato plants? ...?

Anonymous said...

Silicone..and high quality metals. Investors are not flocking to the next big thing but you and I still have time to hit the ball out of the park.

Anonymous said...

Silver has fallen several dollars per oz recently, might be a good buy right now and a safe haven for your money. If I had any available cash I would be buying silver and gold. When I can I buy the cheapest silver rounds rather than government minted because the difference between purchase and resale is less. My dealer only gives 50 cents extra per oz for US Eagles, and they usually charge over a dollar more for them. Go with a name brand like Mathey, Englehard, or Sunshine.

Anonymous said...

"Now America should know why the DHS has purchased 2.2 billion rounds of ammunition and 2700 armored vehicles, as they know that this planned theft will be met with resistance by American account holders."

HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA! I'd love to see that. After all, this is the country that had 3,000 of its citizens murdered in front of their eyes, were lied into 2 illegal wars, had trillions of their money given to Wall Street while they lost their jobs, their homes, their retirement, their children's education. What you misguided sheep can't see is that YOU were the first ones that were robbed. And, please, remind me again: what did you do? Oh, that's right NOTHING! In fact, this is the country that attacked those who dare protest even if it was years after the fact. So, no, you Americans are sheep at heart. You will no nothing except stand in line quietly like you do at the airports while they stick their finger up your ass and laugh on your faces. And all the useless rhetoric to the contrary won't change that fact.

Anonymous said...

I know people that were financially ruined when the Soviets decided to change to a new Ruble, and didn't give enough time for people to change over, and in fact ran out of new Rubles to convert the old ones. "Tough luck!". Now get back to work and try to rebuild your retirement funds. It has happened elsewhere and could happen here with the snap of a finger.

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