WEAPONIZING BANK ACCOUNTS: IT’S TIME FOR STATE BANKS
Some of you may have heard about the recent "take down" of Mr. Nigel Farage's bank accounts, which his bank suddenly and for no reason informed him had been closed. In Mr. Farage's estimation it was because he had been an outspoken critic of the European Union, and he was instrumental in getting the Brexit vote to pass in the United Kingdom. Now, the idea of closing bank accounts for "wrong think" has apparently spread to the USSA and to - of course - Chase Manhattan (David Rockefailure would be proud; story courtesy of V.T):
The story is straightforward enough: Dr Mercola has been "de-banked" because of his outspoken views on the planscamdemic and the quackcines:
July 13, 2023, JP Morgan Chase Bank suddenly informed me they are closing all of my business accounts, both banking and investment accounts, along with the personal accounts of my CEO, my CFO and their respective spouses and children.
No reason for the decision was given, other than there was "unexpected activity" on an unspecified account. The oldest of these accounts has been active for 18 years.
This is what the new social credit system looks like, and what every soul on the planet can expect from the central bank digital currencies (CBDCs) that are being rolled out. Go against the prevailing narrative of the day, and your financial life will be deleted with the push of a button.
It's difficult enough trying to navigate this hurdle today. Once everything is digitized, cash eradicated and the social credit system completely integrated and automated, this kind of retaliatory action for wrongthink could be a death sentence for some people.
My CFO, Amalia Legaspi, whose Chase accounts — including a joint account with her husband — were closed along with mine, is now struggling to figure out how to pay for her husband's health care in the Philippines. He's bedridden with dementia and is wholly dependent on her financial support, and she's not allowed to open another bank account in his name.
In May 2023, Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis signed legislation specifically prohibiting financial institutions from denying or canceling services based on political or religious beliefs.3
Apparently, Chase Bank is bowing to some other "authority," and perhaps they refuse to cite a specific reason for the cancellation, "for legal reasons," is because they know they're acting unlawfully.
Generational Punishment for Wrongthink
On top of closing the accounts of Rye and his wife, Rye also was told his young children will not be able to open accounts with Chase Bank.
"It's just hard to believe that your family, your wife, your kids can't have a bank account because of the opinions of your employer and they've never done anything wrong. We all have completely clear records," Rye told Florida's Voice.4
In a voicemail reply, a Chase Bank representative told Rye the reason for closing his personal accounts and that of his wife could not be disclosed "for legal reasons." He was, however, told he could submit paperwork to have their accounts reconsidered. "We are going to try because you're a good client of our institution," the representative said.
While a common suggestion is to "just go with a small bank," this is not an ideal solution for many companies, as small banks are getting destroyed and won't get bailouts. Even if a small local bank is FDIC insured, that only covers up to $250,000.00 of total deposits between all accounts. That amount would not cover a single payroll.
OK... so what does one do?
Well, as the article avers, one solution is to quit banking with a blatantly maniacal and out-of-control Rockefailure mega-bank like Chase. Regular readers here may recall that our colleague Catherine Austin Fitts compiled an article listing all of the fines this bank has had to pay out, for violations of law or regulation, and the list is staggering.
But as the article also avers, sometimes one simply can't avoid dealing with them.
So what are the solutions? One obvious one is that the institutions are so corrupt now that bribery seems to be the only solution. One gets the impression, reading the above exchange between a Chase "representative" and Rye, that the "re-submitted paperwork" might be "expedited" by a little "under the table consideration," i.e., a bribe, or protection money.
Not for nothing is Chase's logo a stylized swastika.
The other solution is to found state banks and depositories, or to insist that no future charter to any may be granted or reniewed without that bank publicly and its individual officers and management individually ascribing and assenting to acknowledge the Bill of Rights (which we here at this website like to call the Bill of Afterthoughts) as part of its corporate charter, with stiff financial and criminal penalties levied against the corporation and its officers for breaches and violations of those rights.
Imagine how quickly things would "clear up" if Mr. Bankster CEO had to spend a few years in prison for such violations, and his family to lose their McMansion in Plutocracia because the bonuses for graft and corruption quit flowing.
I know I know... it's a fantasy and wishful thinking... but it's one whose time has come, out of necessity...
And one more thing: it's always possible the bank has been hacked... which should be enough of a warning for anyone contemplating the "benefits" of digital "currencies" of any sort...
See you on the flip side...
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