Monopoly Money, Today’s Banking System: SIOI.JPP14

Global Bankers, Stop Insulting Our Intelligence. We reject your ill fated 2018 evil world currency (cryptocurrencies) of the New World Order and your complicit collusionists including but not limited to the billionaires’ tax free foundations hoarding wealth via loopholes to justify non-payment of taxes and the Bilderberg Club not limited to:

Foundations of Billionaires are created on loopholes which avoid Billions in tax annually. Titans for a One World Order:Rockefeller, Rothschild, Bill and Melinda Gates, Obama, Warren Buffet,  Clinton Foundation, Zuckerberg-Chan , Merkle, Clintons, Soros,Winfrey and more.

Among the elitist membership or attendees at Bilderberg meetings is David Rockefeller, Henry Kissinger, Lloyd Bentsen, Helmut Kohl, Prince Charles, Prince Juan Carlos I of Spain, Queen Beatrix of the Netherlands, Katharine Graham, Alice Rivlin, Gerald Ford, Bill and Hillary Clinton, Dan Quayle, Donald Rumsfeld, Colin L. Powell, John Edwards, Bill Bradley, Bill Richardson, Christopher Dodd, Dianne Feinstein, Kathleen Sebelius, Alexander Haig, Ralph E. Reed, George Stephanopoulos, William J McDonough (former president of the Federal Reserve Bank of New York), U.S. Treasury Secretary Timothy F. Geithner, George Soros, Paul Volcker & Alan Greenspan (former Chairman of the Federal Reserve), Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke, World Bank president Robert Zoellick, H. J. Heinz II (CEO of H. J. Heinz Company), Peter A. Thiel (Co-Founder, PayPal), Hillary ClintonEric E. Schmidt (Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Google), Lloyd Blankfein (CEO of Goldman Sachs), Rupert Murdoch, Donald E. Graham (Chairman of the Board of The Washington Post Company), William F. Buckley, Jr. (founder of National Review and former host of Firing Line), Peter Jennings, George Will, Lesley Stahl, Bill D. Moyers, and many others. The list includes prominent persons in politics, the military, financial institutions, major corporations, academia, and the media. Democratic National Committee is also financed by Bilderberg.

 

 

Trump and Putin are arch enemies of all the above.

 

We are Awake. We understand banks must be regulated, because banks are run by the Dark World Shadow Government. Until Americans are put First and can be financially independent, there can be no trust in banks. We understand our own Federal Reserve is as corrupt as the day is long and Trump has a plan to eliminate the swamp creatures within it, and all it’s evil plans.

DNC Obstructionists in Congress and collusionists are holding up this process of reforming banking regulations for banking customer safety.  What Trump knows we need is exactly the same thing John F Kennedy, a famous Democrat president, also knew. When JFK attempted to stabilize American banks and the Federal Reserve they derailed him politically. When he wouldn’t stop, they blocked him in Congress; when he persevered further, they had him killed. This same coup run by American Deep State Globalist supporters is repeating this today May 19, 2017, they want to end Trump’s America First because Trump is for the people.

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ACTIVATE: Email your congressman and tell them to do their job and support Trump Monetary reform policy.

Trump has directed Congress to reinstate four important banking Reform policies;

Glass-Steagall    The Volcker Rule     Dodd Frank     Federal Reserve Bank Reform

Right now, banks own us, even if we have no loans. They own us because they control our rights to exchange money through cashing paychecks, receiving deposits, paying bills, etc.

How did this happen?

Agenda 21 Central Bank manipulations have been slowly degrading all world money systems to have little or no value. Nothing backing the paper money right now, they have made bank notes, money, into monopoly money or what is called fiat money.

An example of this is the rise and fall of the Euro.  Central Banking designed the Euro to bankrupt all of Europe. And was successful. . Italy, Spain, Ireland and other countries  mitigated their national sovereignty by throwing away their coins into   a single fountain called Dark World Government/ Central Bank, they control the value of the Euro. In relinquishing monetary independence, European countries exposed themselves to outside control; who  are now essentially bankrupting the Euro. World Central Banking systems then took by forfeiture through the IMF asset credit/ownership of all these countries.

Today, the IMF owns 75% of all Irish governmental assets.

Bitcoin (cryptocurrency) is another Ponzi scheme in which Central Bank is using the internet to control money. It is also an excellent tool for dark money to be exchanged.

In 1999 Clinton repealed Glass-Steagall.  This was, and still is, devastating to any person with a checking account and needs a bank to pay loans, pays a mortgage, or has investments.

Why would Clinton cut Americans’ right to access their own money and give all the advantage to the banks?

Why would Clinton essentially take a knife to your wallet and give all the power over your funds to the banks? Here’s why, if you are financially weak, you could be more easily intimidated.

The banking industry used to be divided into 2 categories by virtue of regulated  risk allowance:

High Risk (Investment Banks) The possibility to make more money based on investment based  risk firms where you understood stocks, commodities, bonds, hedge funds where you could gain, or lose, significant value on your investment.

No Risk (Commercial Banks, Credit Unions)FDIC Insured  Main Street USA Checking/Savings with safe bets such as Certificates of Deposit or Money Markets, interest building accounts based on cash reserves.

After Clinton demolished the rights of you and I and our ability to control our money, the no risk banks started building themselves into massive investments enterprises they claimed were “too big to fail”.

“Too Big To Fail” Said all the Bankers.

“Myth!” Said all the Americans who were bankrupted by our own banks.

Banks failed in 2008, they called it a “credit crunch”. It took about four months from the time the first domino fell (FDIC closed a handful of small banks who were more than 20x over lent in 2008) , til the last declared insolvency, just 120 days after the first one. They said they were “Too Big To Fail”, but we all found out in 2008-2010, not only did they succumb to failure; they dragged us down with them.

They dragged us down because they had sold our mortgages into the subprime market. Those Subprime lenders lent money on values that were false values, the mortgages were for high values, when in fact the homes were worth much less. It all imploded, and subprime lenders took these houses(foreclosure) and resold them for profitable billions.

While banks continually deceived us, they were bailed out and the last count of report we have on the bailout is $12.7 trillion in 2010. It’s probably much larger.

Clinton’s disarmament of our rights as deposit holders allowed Banks to evolve into massive legal gamblers from 1999-2008 and did so legally using your money/mortgage/credit to gamble in their own high risk investments.  These real estate ventures, hedge funds and so forth lost so much value, banks had withdrawn the profits early, and didn’t invest them as they should. They crashed.

2009-2010 Bailout failed you and I, the Bank Customer

Obama’s government used our taxpayer dollars to bail banks out in the TARP program. To be included in TARP, banks agreed to pay back small customers like us and also build up reserves to loan money to small business to get the economy going again, but they never did that.  Additionally, they agreed to offer loan modification programs, but they dragged their feet and millions of homeowners lost their homes anyhow. $17 Billion was awarded to banks, very little actually made it to consumers. Consumers were foreclosed on.

To prevent short sales, they agreed to assist homeowners with lower rates and credit card payments, which they only offered for a short amount of time.  When they retracted these modification programs, that they agreed to, they bankrupted customers. With virtually no regulatory oversight, they swindled the public again when they prematurely ended credit card payback programs and terminated loans early.  This caused people to file bankruptcy.

Right now, if your car loan was called in today, could you pay it? Your bank could call in your car loan for any reason and if you can’t fork out the remaining balance they can repossess your car. Same thing with your house, they could effectively call in your loan if it no longer serves them, and you will have to either pay off the house or give it back to them. They have no loss, they will take your house and resell it.

Banks are allowed to exercise risky Fractional Reserve Lending.

What is allowed under Fractional Reserve Lending?

Right now, banks are as deregulated as they have ever been. Fractional Reserve lending means if they have $1 in deposit(of your money), banks can lend it out 10x, they can make loans for $10 on just $1.  In their pyramidal issue of credit, they then loan on values that are continually diminished into increments so small, they devolve in value to chump change.

Steve Bannon (another former Goldman banker) told BuzzFeed in 2014 that he believes “you really need to go back and make banks do what they do: Commercial banks lend money, and investment banks invest in entrepreneurs and to get away from this trading.”

That sounds a lot like Glass-Steagall.

Trump is reinstituting Glass-Steagall; this is the only way your money can be safe and banks are regulated to maintain the debt to loan ratios necessary to keep the bank solvent, limiting fractional reserve lending.

How is the United States tied into the Central Banking System?

Let me count the ways!  At its basic level, the Federal Reserve of the United States is an independent system. But also an interdependent system, as the IMF(International Monetary Fund) and Central Bank as well as the scandalous Trilateral Commission control the world’s money.

Trump demolished the Trilateral Commission with the TPP withdrawal, check that box.

The Trilateral Commission is World Shadow Government using monetary manipulation to bankrupt countries, as one of their evil tools. The Commission plays people off of each other to foment Chaos/War. In this manner, Transnational control through secret societies, mega corporations, biotech cartel, oil cartel, genetically modified food and even local level entities disguised as sustainability (something potentially good) impose on their unsuspecting victims many agendas that are all about power and control.  Depopulation is a goal of  these agendas that are strategies of a large overall plan Agenda 21.

How will the activation  of  the Volcker Rule keep our money safe? 

The Volcker Rule states banks are not permitted to make trades with customers’ money. If you are a bank and you gamble with your customers’ money and the bet turns out to be a poor one, the Volcker rule protects the customers and the bank has to make your money available to you when you come to collect it.

Banks don’t like the Volcker Rule.

All profits go to the banks currently, and if it ends up being a loss, the bank can go down the road to withhold your money from you, because they already spent it. They fold their tent, you are left in the cold.

Congressional Democrats and Progressive Socialists do not want the Volcker rule to be reinstated.

How does the Financial Choice Act work?

If the Financial Choice Act were adopted, it’s purpose should be to give you total control over your money, but it isn’t due out as a draft until June 2017.

The Financial Choice Act guts key elements of Dodd-Frank, including the Volcker Rule that bans banks from making risky bets with their own money. It would also repeal the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, a watchdog agency.

Referring to the Financial Choice Act “The most likely development is that we get less, not more regulation,” said Robert Shapiro, a former Obama adviser and senior fellow at Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business.

New Threat by Commercial Banking for account holders, Jane and John Public, surfacing May 2017: SARS

Suspicious Activity Reports (SARS) are now being issued by local banks as of May 7 for any person like you or I depositing checks marked as CASH for any amount.  What the SARS program doesn’t tell the public is all this information is being transmitted by Deep State/Shadow Government to the FBI and the CIA, so your personal report can be updated continually.

Also, banks are given a quota of SARS reports to make each month.  If Trump could end this and other bank centric programs by Executive Order, he would, but he can’t.  Trump has published a reform policy to end this activity, Congress is obstructing it to keep allowing Deep State to continue their dark money activities.

Trump wants to end this because it is unnecessary surveillance on consumers. We have a right to our privacy.

But we bank with an FDIC insured bank, so is our money is safe?

Only if Congress is forced to do their job and Trumps Reform policies are set in motion.

But Trump said he was reducing regulation?

Allowing banks to be regulated is good for American bank customers. We entrust them with our retirement accounts, Health Savings Accounts and other tools to save money. Trust is necessary to do business with banks.

 

ACTIVATE: Until Congress adopts Trump driven AMERICA FIRST banking regulations with adopting fully Glass,-Steagall, The Volcker Rule and Dodd-Frank you will have no trustworthy banking system to use.

ACTIVATE: Elections are happening everywhere, attend townhalls, debates and call campaigns to understand where candidates stand. Put money behind candidates that support bank reform and have demonstrated it.  Volunteer for campaigners pro bank customers. 

You are going to have to fight to keep your American Rights.

ACTIVATE: If your local bank asks you to fill out a SARS Report, ask to see the bank manager right away. Deep State Fed Reserve is requiring SARS quota from main street banks for account holders/ known customers cashing checks as little as $50 made to “Cash”.  This is their attempt at singling out customers, don’t let them do this to you. Their quota is not your problem. Reject suspicious activity reports.

ACTIVATE: Stay tuned on the Financial Choice Act, report due out in June 2017.

We Rise.

UPDATE June 14, 2017

Dodd-Frank Repeal: Last Thursday, the House successfully passed Chairman Jeb Hensarling’s bill to repeal or replace some of the worst provisions contained in Dodd-Frank called the Creating Hope and Opportunity for Investors, Consumers, and Entrepreneurs Act or Financial CHOICE Act (H.R 10) by a party line vote of 233 to 186 wit h all Republicans for and all Demoncrats against it.

Dodd-Frank codifies “too big to fail” policy, harms local community banks, restricts access to credit for investors and home buyers, raises lending costs, reduces access to capital for small businesses, and created one of the most powerful and unaccountable federal agencies — the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB). Evidence shows* Dodd-Frank is one of the major factors responsible for the country’s historically slow economic recovery. The Financial CHOICE Act is a positive, first step toward the full repeal of Dodd-Frank and would provide significant financial regulatory reform that would boost our economy and increase income** for all Americans. According to the Congressional Budget Office , it would also reduce federal deficits by over $24 billion and provide much needed regulatory relief to community banks.

 

 

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*/**http://www.heritage.org/markets-and-finance/report/the-macroeconomic-impact-dodd-frank-and-its-repeal

Contributing Sources

http://money.cnn.com/2017/02/02/investing/trump-break-up-big-banks-glass-steagall-dimon/index.html

http://money.cnn.com/2012/02/09/real_estate/mortgage_settlement/index.htm

https://www.federalreserve.gov/newsevents/speech/fischer20151104a.htm

http://www.illuminati-news.com/trilateral-commission.htm

https://geopolitics.co/2017/06/01/is-bitcoin-standing-in-for-gold/

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Everything You Need to Know About the Volcker Rule

By Christopher Matthews @crobmatthewsDec. 10, 2013

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You’ve probably heard the term “Volcker Rule” thrown around a lot, especially as five separate financial regulators vote on whether to approve the final rule Tuesday. Here’s everything you need to know about about this central piece of the 2010 Dodd-Frank financial reform bill.

Who is the Volcker behind the Volcker Rule?

The rule was named for Paul Volcker, the chair of the Federal Reserve from 1979-1987.

What does the rule do?

The original intent of the rule was to ban banks who accept federally insured deposits (like your savings account) from making speculative bets with that money. Banks should be able to make home loans, for instance, but speculating on stock prices would be banned. As Volcker himself wrote last year:

“The basic public policy set out by the Dodd-Frank legislation is clear: the continuing explicit and implicit support by the Federal government of commercial banking organizations can be justified only to the extent those institutions provide essential financial services.”

That seems pretty straight forward. Why did it take so much time to implement the rule?

Because banks make a lot of money from activities that would be banned under this rule, and because a lot of legitimate activity might have been banned by a rule as simple as the one Volcker described, the financial industry fought its implementation tooth and nail. Many banks, for instance, make money simply by buying and selling securities for their customers. This business, called market making, involves keeping an inventory of financial instruments on your books and adjusting that inventory to meet demand. Another legitimate activity banks undertake is buying and selling derivatives in order to hedge risks associated with “providing essential financial services.” A mortgage-lending bank, for instance, will want to buy certain derivates designed to hedge against rising or falling interest rates. For the past couple years, regulators have been working together to carve out exceptions to the rule that would balance the spirit of the rule with the need for banks to engage in legitimate types of trading.

Would the rule have prevented the financial crisis?

The short answer is no. Over simplified accounts in the media have pointed to the commingling of speculative investment banking activity and traditional commercial banking as the reason why Wall Street blew up in 2008. While it is true that laws popularly known as the Glass-Steagall Act prevented this sort of thing for many years following the Great Depression, Glass-Steagall’s slow erosion by regulatory agencies and final repeal in the 1990s isn’t the reason for the subprime mortgage meltdown or the financial crisis. The fact of the matter is that some of the biggest villains of the financial crisis were either traditional savings and loans like Washington Mutual, or like Bear Stearns, were pure investment banks which didn’t rely on federally insured deposits. So even if the Volcker Rule had been in place, there’s reason to believe that these institutions could have still failed and triggered a crisis.

So why are reform advocates so insistent this rule be put in place?

Just because it wasn’t the super banks like JPMorgan, which straddle the worlds of commercial and investment banking, that triggered the crisis it doesn’t mean their business models didn’t contribute to financial instability. As FDIC Vice Chairman Thomas Hoenig explained earlier this year, banks like Citigroup and JPMorgan’s ability to draw from federally insured deposits encouraged pure investment banks like Bear Stears to fund themselves with risky short-term debt. The Volcker Rule would help remove the competitive pressure for banks to take on these kinds of risks.

Others have pointed out that regulations like the Volker Rule simply encourage banking institutions to be smaller and more focused on specific services. While this might make the banking industry a little less efficient, it does help eliminate the “too-big” part of “too-big-too-fail.” A more fragmented financial services industry is less systemically risky, making it easier for the feds to wind down troubled banks without resorting to bailouts.

Christopher Matthews @crobmatthews

Christopher Matthews is a Writer and Reporter for TIME.