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Australian 'Bail-In Law' to steal everybody's savings?

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PostPosted: Thu Feb 22, 2018 1:16 pm    Post subject: Australian 'Bail-In Law' to steal everybody's savings? Reply with quote




Thanks for this very recent, stunning CEC report from Australia. I had heard about it last year, but hadn’t heard that it had been passed. Amazing!
I have met Craig Isherwood, Chief of CEC in Melbourne, Australia, so I am well informed of their views and their organisation, also in the United States.

This Australian ‘Financial Sector Legislation Amendment (Crisis Resolution Powers and other Measures Bill 2018’ that your corrupt puppets in Canberra have just passed, to allow the banks to steal everybody’s savings in a soon-coming financial crisis, is by no means unique to Australia. In fact, it is entirely global.

Here in dirty little New Zealand our own puppet government, in collusion with Her Majesty’s low-life banking pirates at our Reserve Bank of New Zealand passed similar legislation to this years ago to allow all the banks to steal everyone’s savings in a banking crisis. It is called OPEN BANK RESOLUTION, and when it was being proposed back in March 2011 I wrote an article about it that was subsequently circulated on the Internet worldwide. OBR has now been completed here and all the banks have implemented computer systems to implement it at short notice, overnight. The central bankers here in Wellington actually believe most people are so brain-dead now that they have even openly posted their secret plans on the Reserve Bank of New Zealand website here: https://www.rbnz.govt.nz/regulation-and-supervision/banks/open-bank-re solution so that when it happens, they will be able to tell the stupid public when they steal all their life savings, that they were adequately warned! There are various names for the same policy, its sometimes called ‘Post-crisis Bank Resolution.’

A global financial crisis and economic “reset” is being carefully planned to occur on a specific date (which I don’t know, except it is getting very close) whereby a relative handful of the Queen’s City of London Corporation banking pirates will take over the world. Out of thousands of banks, there are only about 30 “SYSTEMICALLY IMPORTANT BANKS” that are planned to remain and be recapitalized with deposits stolen from savers and other collapsed banks’ liquidated assets. This is all controlled behind the scenes by the Bank of England that controls the Bank for International Settlements (BIS) in Basel Switzerland, which in turn controls all the world’s reserve banks, and of course the global Financial Stability Board (FSB) that is overseeing this whole tyranny. You can go to the FSB’s own website and actually view the LIST OF 30 SYSTEMICALLY IMPORTANT BANKS they hope to retain to control the whole world: http://www.fsb.org/about/ Of course, just because you deposit your life savings in any of these systemically important 30 banks or their branches, which they hope to save, it doesn’t mean that your savings are any safer, but it does mean they are likely to remain and you may be lucky enough to keep a few dimes for a coffee after. All the thousands of smaller banks, finance companies and other financial institutions throughout the world are, by and large, going to become nothing less than ‘dog tucker’!

What a pathetic turn-coat and traitor that Australian Green Party Member is in commenting on the Bill on the video?

All the best.
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