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L0RDZ (78.24)

Have Bankers no shame ?

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March 18, 2013 – Comments (5)

So apparently  Cyprus  is   the  first  to scheme to  steal  (tax)   money  from  depositors.

I know  I'm  asking a  question  to which  I  seem   to  already  know  the  answer,  but  wow.

Do  our  so  called  leaders    really  have  no  shame,   preventing  the  banks   from  opening   so  as  to  for a  lack  of  a   better  word,   take  money  out of   depositors  accounts.

From what   I'm   hearing  they plan   on  taking  anywhere   from   6%  to  over  10%  on  larger depositors  accounts.

 Gee I  wonder how  this  will   end ?    well  not  really,   it's  going  to end  badly.   If   I  may  cite   "No  country  for  old  men".

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C-iQldPiH64

Now  I  have  no  love  for  Russian  mobsters  or  millionaires,   they   in   retrospective  should  have  known  this  was  eventually  coming.

But  my  gosh  man  as   Bones  would  retort  to  Captain  Kirk, " I'm  a  doctor  not a  ?"

Now a  days  you  are  punished  for  saving  your  money,   you  earn  little  to no  return  on  it.

WHy ?

You   are   encouraged  to  spend  spend spend,  buy  things   you   don't  need  to  work  in jobs  that  aren't   needed.

Thats  if   you  are  so lucky  as  to  have  a  job  or  career  now a  days.

The enemies  are  at  the  gates  and  your  so  called  leaders  are  making  preparations  to sell  you out.

Or  just  the new  normal.

I  rant   for  the  few  who  are  still left.

Perhaps  the next  time  you see a  banker  or  politician,  maybe  you need  to give  them the cold shoulder,  or  rob  them blindly  if not worse.

Shrugs  his shoulders  and  looks  away.

 

LORDZ

 

 

5 Comments – Post Your Own

#1) On March 18, 2013 at 5:43 PM, amassafortune (29.60) wrote:

Even though it appears the plan in Cyprus is in the process of being amended or reversed, I agree bankers and leaders have shown their hand.

Safe deposits are at the core of the entire banking system. Maybe these guys have enough hubris to think printed central bank fiat now trumps depositor savings as the basis of the financial system. It really doesn't matter at this point. The die has been cast.

I predict when the banks open, even if there is no tax/confiscation plan, withdrawals will skyrocket.  

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#2) On March 19, 2013 at 12:47 AM, L0RDZ (78.24) wrote:

Indeed...

What  ever  became  of   accountability...  why  are the  simpletons ~  brainaic  ~   educated ~  fat ~  idiocratic ~  bank  people  in  charge ~   not  being  held  accountable  for   the  mess...

I  almost  had  a  laughing  panic  attack  when  I  saw  the  old  Merril  Lynch  Ceo  on  CNBC  and  guess  what  he's  like  now  in  charge  of  CIT  GROUP...  didn't  CIT  group  go  bankrupt ?

John " Will  my  compensation be affected by  a  gov  bail out "  Thain...

the  guy  who sold  a  big  bag of  do do  to  that  other  p0t smoking  idiot  who use  to  run  Bank  of  America  and  made  a  fool  of  himself  before  gov  over - sight  boards  conducting  an  investigation to  his  own  charges  that  he  was  forced  into  buying  Merril  Lynch.

It  seems  that  once  you've  become  an  insider  among  the  CEO  club,  you'll  always  somehow  find   work...    John  Corzine ??      remember  him...    how  suddenly  billions of  investor  money's  just  vanished...

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D9vTnMZhxcA

Did  any of  them  do  any  time ?  or  even   think  they somehow  helped  if  not fueled  the  world  melt  down...

 

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#3) On March 19, 2013 at 12:55 PM, NewAlchemist (79.69) wrote:

The system is predicated on confidence.  The world operates on a fractional reserve banking system.  That means If everybody tried to withdraw their money out of the bank at the same time it would be impossible.  This move destroys confidence and is completly immoral.

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#4) On March 19, 2013 at 10:20 PM, Sturmudgeon (< 20) wrote:

Actually, this is identical to what Obama's Healthcare program is doing....  stealing your assets... there is a provision in the healthcare setup that will tax any sale of (your) assets that are valued at $200 thousand and above...  3.8% is the 'theft', and amounts to be no different than if your 'bank' savings were taxed!

So if, in fact, the Cyprus 'tax' would not be the first incident.

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#5) On March 20, 2013 at 2:04 PM, L0RDZ (78.24) wrote:

to   Sturmudgeon

I  didn't  vote  for   that  fool...   if  you've  been  reading me  as well  as   the  many articles  I  had  the fool  remove  thru my  own  version of  game  of  thrones  trickery...

I would  like  to predict  Obama  as  being  the first  resident  to  eventually  be  jailed  and  imprisoned  for  his  Chicago style  politics...   but   people  are  idiots  and  governments  are  corrupt.

As  I  write  I'm  sick,  but  seeing a  doctor  now  a  days  is  crazy,   and to  answer  the  rhetorical  question:

Bankers have  no  shame...

Politicians  most  are  corrupt  if not  inneffective.

Obama  has  a  much  nicer  term  for  theft ~  it's  called  redistribution.

 

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