UK government robs 7,000 bank safety deposit boxes – can you say “organised crime”?
when will the US government do the same?
“A police officer ordered by the government to rob the people.
It happened before and it is starting again. Government confiscating (stealing) the people’s life savings. Just like in 1929 the British government began its theft of the people’s life savings just before the Great Depression. After an inflationary run-up in prices and asset values, the stock market crashed in 1929, and the economy soon went with the crash. This time the British government is disguising its outright theft by claiming the entire contents of safety deposit banks are owned by criminals and the contents are the proceeds of crimes.”
“In March of 2011 the British Prime Minister David Cameron ordered British police to execute Operation Rize – raid and seize the entire contents (art, gold ingots, gold dust, jewelery and cash) of nearly 7,000 safety deposit boxes from three vaults in London. The British government simply told Scotland Yard that the safety deposit boxes were used by criminals to store cash, guns and drugs.”
“When word spread about the government raid and theft of the contents of their safety deposit boxes people rushed to the bank vaults. The police arrested 146 and charged 30 (those with the most cash and gold in their safety deposit boxes) with trumped up pedophilia, money-laundering, drug-dealing and firearms charges.”
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Do you think peoples fear of a global economic collapse, trigger a global economic collapse?
The headlines read:
Shares in one of the UK‘s largest mortgage lenders, Northern Rock, were down by 31% after the Bank of England decided to offer it emergency funding.
But experts say it does not mean Northern Rock, which has £113bn in assets, is in danger of going bust.
We Also got pictures of hundreds of people qued up outside branch offices…
Do you think peoples panic will tip us over the edge?
in case you didn’t know On Friday Thousands lined up to withdraw their money from Northern Rock in fear of the bank going into default.
In our lifetimes we’ve seen the collapse of the USSR, wars fought over oil reserves, banks being swallowed up by even bigger banks, and we still just get up in the morning and go on about our business.
Do people fear global economic collapse? Nope. They don’t even fear global warming! We are a huge society of ostriches that simply see our own little sphere of life. Like ostriches, people will panic, and they will run amok and eventually they’ll all sit down and start over. Then again, sometimes the worst case scenario is just so outside the human realm of understanding that we don’t panic. We just follow along and hope for the best.
That’s what I think will happen. Economically, most of us are powerless to make any effective change so we’ll just deal with it and hope for the best.
Wednesdays strikers are they National heros?
The British moan and whinge at the injustice, corruption and greed in the UK but they never do anything about it, the apathy of the British population is the Governments greatest asset, they know they can do what they want and the population will surrender.
If they were Egyptian, Libyan, Iraq the British Government would be hailing them as National hero’s, spending billions of our pounds in support
The British people are being screwed by the Banks and Government, and I suspect these strikers and protesters are doing what we all should be doing saying enough is enough, and taking action that we will all benefit from!
Logically, it should be the private sector, the ones WITHOUT gold-plated pensions, that should be striking.
Edit: A poll has just been published saying that “Most people in the UK support the strike by public sector workers” – Mind you it WAS the BBC that commissioned it and we all know just how unbiased THEY are !
Anyone else on the far-left currently disappointed with Obama and the Democrats?
Removing the public option from the healthcare bill, supporting Charles Schumer’s immigration reform rather than Luis Gutierrez’s, not Nationalizing failed bank’s assets like they did in the UK (with successful results)–is anyone a bit disappointed by Obama currently?
it’s my goddamn country too. you leave for being so anti-American that you can’t tolerate opposing political opinion.
I don’t hate it. and I’m glad Republicans are raging that the only place they are the majority is on Y!Answers. lololol
I don’t think Obama has a lot of control over the number of Republicans in the Senate. They simply refuse to compromise, nevermind compromise on an actual leftist agenda.
Relax though, the public option may go back in during reconciliation. They only need to water the bill down enough to get it through the 2/3 Senate vote, when they re-submit it they only need 51.
Obama may be leftist, but he’s never proclaimed to be the champion of the far left. Above all else, he’s pragmatic. He’d rather cut deals and pass a compromised bill that moves his agenda forward slowly than deadlock D.C. And demand that his every whim be met.
What I find remarkable about Obama is that he’s doing EXACTLY what he said he’d do during his campaign.
Given the circumstances, I think he’s doing a good job. He hasn’t made my every dream come true, but I’d give him a solid B+ so far.
Should Governments nationalise the Banks & create their own debt-free currency to inflate the world economy?
“Governments do not rule the world. Goldman Sachs rules the world,”
Independent trader Alessio Rastani told the BBC Monday morning:
He says Goldman Sachs and the big hedge funds “KNOW” the “market is toast” and are moving their assets to “safe havens” like US Treasuries.
The clear implication is that the central bankers are precipitating a Depression, using sovereign debt (created by book entry and owed mostly to them) as an excuse to enact political change.
Do they plan to use a Depression to consolidate their one-world tyranny.
Rastani’s message is that individuals can protect themselves in the same way as Goldman Sachs by shorting the market.
“In less than 12 months. I predict the savings of millions will be wiped out, and that’s just the beginning…We forget that a lot of people made money as a result of the Great Depression.”
And we all know who ‘they’ are now don’t we.
Now,… this warning could be dismissed as a trader trying to profit from his short positions. We could also dismiss him as an opportunist drumming up business for his advisory services.
But we could alternatively see his message as prescient and sobering.
The markets surged higher on Monday after talk of Tim Geithner’s multi-trillion Eurobank bailout plan. But this package faces many obstacles. Germans are dead set against assuming more of the debt burden.
If this man is right, Geithner, a Goldman Sachs alumnus, is creating an alibi so he can say he did everything he could.
Alessio had dollar signs in his eyes. He said he had been dreaming of this opportunity for three years.
The interviewer pressed him for information on what government actions would calm the markets.
He replied that it’s not his job to fix the problem or worry about the consequences for ordinary people. His job is to make money.
He’s right about Goldman Sachs which is one of the eight or so firms that own the Federal Reserve, and the world’s other central banks.
It would then seem, the only way out of this mess is to nationalise the central banks and renounce the debt owed to them, which was created by book entries.
Governments must create their own debt-free currency to inflate the world economy.
But no one is doing this.
Because everyone in a position of influence is a creature of the central bankers.
That IS a FACT.
Should Governments create their own debt-free currency to inflate the world economy?
All thoughts welcome.
Rothschild has planed this for many, many years now from when his family was in Germany where he owned a counting house (money loaning) house, when he changed his name from Bauer to Rothschild. In his book he says ” Give me the purse stings on a Nation, and I care not who makes the laws”.
So yes there should never be ANY private banks.
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