Just as it appears more and more that stock market collapses are orchestrated by semi-anonymous global financial military industrial elites who have control of our 'news' medias as well as our military,industry and government.The UK or British government's BBC propaganda machine that announced the collapse of WTC Building 7 long before it was 'pulled' to quote Jewish billionaire Silverstein who along with Zionist Australiain Israeli Jew Frank Lowry made windfall profits based upon its collapse even though it was by his own confession he was giving the orders to demolish it !BBC could only know and announce the 'collapse' in advance based upon collusion between UK Rothschilden City of London elites because they themselves were colluding or conspiring in creating 9/11 themselves.Ant the Israelis of ICTS International who had control of airport securitry that day at Logan Airport Boston as well as Newark and probably Washington,
D.C. were sponsered onto the U.S.NASDAQ by a UK Rothschild firm and were consequently employed by the City of London during the 7/7/05 London bombimg terrorism in which the Jewish and Zionist City of London elites terrorized their own people to keep up the Muslim scare to justify their unending Middle Esast wars.
Building 7’s collapse reported in advance by CNN and the BBC
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In this BBC video, correspondent Jane Standley reports that Building 7 has collapsed; meanwhile (at the 1:17 mark), a fully intact Building 7 can actually be seen — still standing — behind her. Who fed this information to Standley? Apparently, someone who had inside information about, and/or control over, the event itself, released that information to the media prematurely.
|CNN’s Aaron Brown searches for WTC 7 in the New York skyline after reporting that it had collapsed an hour early. The arrow points to WTC 7 – Click on the image above to play the video clip…|
In another news clip, while Building 7 is seen standing fully erect and showing no signs of impending trauma, CNN’s Aaron Brown gives the following report: “We are getting information now that one of the other buildings, Building 7, in the World Trade Center complex, is on fire and has either collapsed or is collapsing…” Who is he “getting information” from? Again, it appears to be from someone who had inside information about, and/or control over, the event itself, and who released that information to the media prematurely. Only such an individual could have expected Building 7 to come down.
.........................But the Rothschilds and their Eastern European mafia and Israeli elites in the UK don't pay the bills.You do !
So both the orchestrated stock market collapses as well as bankcollpses are a form of TAXATION FOR THE ELITES WITHOUT ANY SAY OR REPRESENTATION BY YOU OR ME.Note ex SEC Chair Christopher Cox cynically posted on sec.gov that all the banking and finance stocks from Fannie Mae to the Israeli City of London Goldman Sachs share prioces collpsed due to 'naked short selling' - a term made up in 2002 by Agora Inc's and CIA's and City of London's James Dale Davidson, who also created the detestible newsmax is suspect in death of ex CIA Chief William Colby who he employed and so many penny stock and financial savings and loan frauds etc.) ,even though Goldman Sachs reported after the fact that they had NEVER HAD A BETTER YEAR IN THEIR HISTORY INCLUDING PROFITS THEY MADE SHORTING FANNIE MAE,FREDDIE MAC AND PROBABLYT THEIR OWN SHARES AS WELL !
Now after herding Americans and Europeans into the stock market by eliminating bank dividends so they can fraud us again THEY EVEN PLAN TO confiscate bank accounts to pay for their terrorism and dirtry tricks to keep us under their internatuionalist globalist City of London,Switzertland Israel financial military control.Just as they manipulated oil to over $150 a barrel after the Iraq invasion while blocking the installation of a metter on oil flow in Basra so know one could trace the oil money laundered there ! It was Dick Cheney's Halliburton with its Rothschild connections that was paid a $100 million to install that simple meter but the only pocketed the money and allowed the unaudited oil to flow to anonymous or semi anonymous elites such white Jew as Marc Rich,etal.......
Glencore's former Rich boy rues multibillion-pound loss
The Guardian-Sep 7, 2015
... from the firm's founder, Marc Rich, who fled to Switzerland when he was charged by US authorities with selling oil to Iran during the 1979-81 hostage crisis. Rich was pardoned by Bill Clinton on the president's last day in the ...
Where in the World is Paul Ceglia?
The American Lawyer-Sep 8, 2015
Rich, a former oil and commodities trader charged in the 1980s with tax evasion ... million in civil penalties but infamously fled toSwitzerland to avoid criminal ... a pardon during former President BillClinton's last day in office.
Glencore's Ivan Glasenberg paid Tony Blair £1m for a day's work
Daily Mail-Sep 11, 2015
A year earlier, from his base in Switzerland, he had floated shares in Glencore on ... and lead, a third of traded aluminium, as well as dealing in oil and grain. .... After completing an MBA in California, he joined the firm Marc Rich & Co as ... being controversially pardoned by a departing President Bill Clinton.
Financial Meltdown and the Confiscation of Bank Savings: The UK-EU Bank Depositor “Bail-In” Scheme
Shares and stocks are tumbling around the world, with investors worried that the next global crisis has already begun. There is considerable uncertainty and nervousness amongst economists and trend forecasters. Government’s sooth jittery markets with misinformation in the hope that confidence does not evaporate and their legitimacy with it.
If another crisis gets underway – do you think that the money you have earned, paid tax on and put in a bank for a rainy day or for an unexpected bill is safe? Because if you do, you’re wrong.
Automated grand theft on an unprecedented scale has been agreed with unelected EU officials, the Bank of England and US authorities.
In a Joint paper issued by the US Federal Deposit Scheme and the Bank of England dated 10th December 2012 a statement included the words; “deposit schemes may have to contribute to the recapitalisation of a failed bank”.
The U.K. has also given consideration to the recapitalization process in a scenario in which Systemically Important Financial Institution (SIFI) liabilities do not include much debt issuance at the holding company or parent bank level but instead comprise insured retail deposits held in the operating subsidiaries. Under such a scenario, deposit guarantee schemes may be required to contribute to the recapitalization of the firm.
This 2012 paper puts in place procedures in the event of the failure of a systemically important bank. It clearly states that depositors are to be protected – that is, until options have ceased to exist. Next time, the state will be last in line, not first. Depositor bail-in schemes are now a reality.
The issue at hand is the scale of the bank failure. US and UK authorities have now admitted that all deposits are subject to potential ‘haircuts’ involving any major bank failure. This is an admission by the British government that the £85,000 deposit guarantee scheme is flawed and that the British depositors protection promise is simply a sound bite and not financially supported.
Paul Tucker, Bank of England Deputy Governor stated that ‘it is not enough to have just a Deposit Guarantee Scheme’ to save a major bank. He went on “if the losses are vast enough, then the haircuts imposed by the resolution authority can in principle permeate to any level of the creditor stack. In the case of insured deposits, that means Deposit Guarantee Schemes (DGS) suffering losses”.
Although Paul Tucker had given notice to retire the previous November, straight after this speech given to the Institute of International Finance on October 12th 2013, he retired and left the Bank of England, leaving that grim warning.
The G-20 met last year in Australia to make new banking rules for the next financial calamity. Financial reform advocate Ellen Brown says these new rules will allow banks to take money from depositors and pensioners globally.
Brown says –
They use words so that it’s not obvious to tell what they have done, but what they did was say, basically, that we, the governments, are no longer going to be responsible for bailing out the big banks. There are about 30 (systemically important) international banks. So, you are going to have to save yourselves, and the way you are going to have to do it is by bailing in the money of your creditors. The largest class of creditors of any bank is the depositors.
Around the same time the new EU Bail-In Agreement was signed 12th November 2013 giving notice to member countries to prepare.
The European Commission has just ordered 11 EU countries to enact the Bank Recovery and Resolution Directive (BRRD) within two months or be hauled before the EU Court of Justice. Notably, rules include; Bail-in legislation aimed at removing state responsibility when banks collapse and Rules placing the burden on creditors – among whom depositors are counted
Austria abolished bank deposit guarantee in full in April with the full sanction of the EU and little fanfare.
The news was not covered in other media despite the important risks and ramifications for depositors and savers throughout the EU and indeed internationally. The countries were Bulgaria, the Czech Republic, Lithuania, Malta, Poland, Romania, Sweden, Luxembourg, the Netherlands, France and Italy.
The rules, or BRRD ostensibly aim to shield taxpayers from the fall-out of another banking crisis. Should such a crisis erupt governments will not be obliged to prop up the banks. Most countries are far too deeply indebted to play such a role anyway.
Instead, the burden is being placed on the creditors. As Reuters put it “The rules seek to shield taxpayers from having to bail out troubled lenders, forcing creditors and shareholders to contribute to the rescue in a process known as “bail-in”.
Emergency legislation can be drawn up over-night – as was the case when Ireland was “bailed-out” or rather Ireland’s banks were bailed out and Ireland’s tax payers were bailed in. The developing bail-in regimes, means that soon individual and corporate depositors will see their savings and capital ‘bailed in’ in the event of a bank collapse.
In the ongoing meltdown of the European Union, perhaps the greatest single bump in the road, as far as banking is concerned, so far took place in Cyprus, although the EU has demonstrated an amazing skill set to change the rules at will depending on the scale of the disaster – AKA Greece. This gave the world a glimpse of the future banking landscape of the EU.
In the immediate aftermath of the dramatic bank holiday and bail-in events of Cyprus, many in the financial media began asking whether Cyprus represents a template for future bail-ins across the European Union or elsewhere around the globe. The answer is emphatically YES. A 60% haircut lay in waiting for some in Cyprus.
Each country will enact its own version of the BRRD. How vulnerable savers are in specific countries is difficult to tell at this time. The drive towards a cashless economy which has accelerated in recent months makes deposit holders and savers ever more vulnerable.
Britain is particularly perilous as noted in the FT – The Bank of England’s stress tests of the banking sector have been attacked as “fatally flawed” saying they areutterly useless for setting hurdles that are too easy to clear and giving false comfort about the safety of the financial system.
The bail-in legislation which is being driven by the BIS through the Bank of England, ECB, Federal Reserve and Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) appears designed to protect banks by allowing them to confiscate deposits to prop them up rather than the noble stated objective – “to shield taxpayers”.
The new EU system will take effect from January 2016 but emergency resolutions can be brought forward in the event of banks failing in the interim period. The “bail-in” will require that shareholders, bondholders and importantly now depositors will all suffer ‘haircuts’ if a financial institution is in trouble.
The European parliament confirmed in a statement that depositors with more than 100,000 euros (£84,185/$137,000) would be bailed in after shareholders and bondholders. It is important to note that the 100,000 figure is an arbitrary figure and there is a possibility that this figure could be reduced by an insolvent government faced with an imploding banking system. Think Cyprus again.
The agreement was spun as a victory for taxpayers, however the risks and ramifications of bailing in savers including families with their life savings and the deposits of already struggling small and medium size enterprises has already been seen in Cyprus.
Gunnar Hoekmark, who steered the legislation through the European parliament, said: “We now have a strong bail-in system which sends a clear message that bank shareholders and creditors will be the ones to bear the losses on rainy days, not taxpayers.”
Gunnar forgets that savers are taxpayers too and have paid taxes – on their income, on goods and services, on capital gains etc – on their hard earned savings already. Indeed, many are already paying punitive deposit interest rates giving banks ever more.
There also appears to be a failure to realise that deposits – including family’s life savings, retirees pension incomes and businesses – are a vital part of the economy. You cannot have consumption without saving. You cannot have business growth and expansion and a consequent growth in much needed employment without capital.
The Bank of England recently extended the Financial Stability Board’s Key Attributes guidelines and added four practical steps to follow when bailing-in a financial firm.
These four steps are; Stabilisation, Valuation and Exchange, Relaunch, and Restructuring. Although the Bank of England’s four step bail-in approach is quite detailed, it does not address the capital controls that would be needed so as to prevent a bank run. This is where the Cyprus example becomes useful.
Capital controls were widely implemented in Cyprus during a theoretical two week long ‘Resolution Weekend’. Authorities knew that depositors would act rationally and attempt to close their accounts or transfer their funds abroad, thereby causing capital flight. To prevent this happening, draconian capital controls were imposed and banks were kept shut for two weeks.
This was the first time that capital controls had ever been imposed within the Eurozone. Greece followed. Many EU countries already have some controls over the movement of money.
When capital controls are imposed on economies, they usually remain in place for some time, for example, Icelandic capital controls imposed in 2008 have only just been lifted. Cypriot capital controls have only just started to be relaxed. Controls on international fund transfers are envisaged as being the final piece of the controls to be lifted.
The lessons from the Bank of England and EU plan and from Cyprus and Greece are essentially that depositors will not get any notice that their bank is about to be bailed in. The bail-in would probably happen during a weekend it would not re-open on the following Monday. Capital controls would be imposed on the country’s banks during the bail-in and for a lengthy follow-on period.
From January 1st 2015, Britain’s Financial Services Compensation Scheme (FSCS), that protects £85,000 per person per institution was reduced to £75,000, under the absurd pretence of the strength of the pound. So absurd was this move that it caused considerable suspicion as to its motives. The Bank of England has just reduced bank liabilities and integrated the depositor bail-in scheme at a reduced level. One has to ask – Why?
Copyright © Graham Vanbergen, True Publica, 2015
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