Could Plan to Raid Savings Come to U.S.?

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• What happened in Cyprus will happen in Europe and America if Goldman Sachs plan goes global

By Ronald L. Ray

Bankster greed has no limits. Not content with controlling most of the world’s wealth, the top banking firms have designs for seizing the savings of citizens throughout the European Union (EU). Incredible as this seems, the previously secret plan was developed as early as November 2011 by Boston Consulting Group’s (BCG) senior partner, Levin Holle. BCG is a subsidiary of the Rothschild-controlled Goldman Sachs financial empire.

Brazenly entitled “Back to Mesopotamia,” the scheme seeks to wrest the last remnants of money and property from the “99%” and transfer them to a handful of plutocrats. Germany’s finance minister, Wolfgang Schäuble, installed Holle as that country’s “department director for financial market policy” in December 2011. At that time, it had not been decided whether to accomplish the massive wealth transfer through confiscatory taxes or bank bailouts by depositors, according to a report by National Journal, a German-language website based in England.

However, the EU meeting of finance ministers in mid-April 2013 in Dublin, Ireland, formally set the course of their piracy. The seizure of assets in the tiny country of Cyprus was so successful that, “Savers should in future pay to save the banks. The EU finance ministers want to use the Cyprus solution as an example.”

Since “saving” banks with tax dollars is increasingly unpopular, “high-risk” investors (those who seek a higher return on their money than the near-zero rates typically offered) are to be made responsible for any losses. But it is always the investor who assumes this risk, not the banks. What is meant here is that the investors and depositors should pay for the bank’s losses, resulting from its own greedy, unsuccessful speculation in dangerous derivatives.

“Even deposits into a savings account should in the future no longer be spared if a bank fails,” according to the command from Dublin. Theoretically, accounts of less than €100,000 would be protected, but this is a ruse. Because of fractional-reserve banking, there are minimal amounts of cash available in any given bank, so nearly everyone loses everything if one’s bank fails.

To make sure that this happens, former Goldman Sachs director Mario Draghi is now head of the European Central Bank (ECB), and Goldman Sachs’s current director for Germany, Alexander Dubelius, is a personal consultant to German Chancellor Angela Merkel. This comes despite the fact that EU treaties forbid the bailout of banks or nations.

It is important to remember at all times in regard to Germany that 78 years since it was defeated in WWII, it is still an occupied nation without a peace treaty.

And when all the savings and property have been taken, and the unending debts still remain, the ECB is simply supposed to seize workers’ paychecks.

Finally, to ensure that payments to banksters never stop, financial leeches like George Soros want euro-bonds to be issued. Germany, of course, with the soundest economy on the continent, will be primary payor of these never-ending transfers. Thus, “Back to Mesopotamia” is nothing less than the attempt to continue “reparations” to ‘Holocaustians’ into eternity.

It is also quite clear that the groundwork is being laid to commit the same piratical crimes against the American ‘sheeple.’ Will they awaken in time to avoid the slaughter? Or will they blindly follow their European brethren to ruin at the hands of financial rapists?

Iceland has the right idea. Throw the banksters into prison, and afterwards throw them out of the country.

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Ronald L. Ray is a freelance author residing in the free state of Kansas. He is a descendant of several patriots of the American War for Independence.

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