This is the decentralized-independent-digital-free-market vision of some blockchain programmers and application developers.
Will it be allowed by the ruling class?
Recall the 2008 crisis, mortgage fraud-closures, and last weeks’ discussions about the so-called “Leaked Panama Papers”, and emergency banking closed door meetings.
The Globalists’ House of Cards…
“I have to tell you something. I have lawyers in here that don’t sleep because of the weight of the cases that they handle, and they do not do what you’re doing,” Streitfeld said before taking a five-minute recess. “You better get your act together.”
Jacobs was admonished again when he had the audacity to interrupt bank attorney Heidi Weinzetl while she made remarks to the judge he found unsettling. Judge Streitfeld continued, “If you two do this one more minute, you’re going to spend the weekend in a very uncomfortable place.” He continued, “That’s just not what we do. We don’t do that, and you don’t do that. She was responding to my question.” It is no big mystery that the judge sided with the lender who had no more evidence of standing than if someone with a copy of the note and a fake indorsement walked into the courtroom and laid claim to the home.”
The Next international monetary policy Collapse is a Opportunity to Break Free of Debt Slavery…
The number of contested foreclosures is rising exponentially.
“Keep in mind, do not have all your money in one place. Keep a stock of cash outside the bank. Cash is recognizable for daily transactions for now.”
The cash-for-reform talks have collapsed, along with negotiations to secure more “aid” for Greece.
President of the National Assembly, Diosdado Cabello, commented on the sanctions issued Monday by the U.S. government to Venezuelan officials. “Nothing is out of context,” he said.
He also warned that the U.S. plans a “military strike” against Venezuela.
The ECB (European Central Bank) decision to strike Greek bonds off its list of accepted collateral caused European shares and bonds to fall…
The IMF delayed providing the loans to Ukraine as promised and that led to food panics and the collapse in the currency.
“Yanis Speaks the truth” Greece is insolvent.
Max Keiser and Stacy Herbert discuss the Greek situation and that a nation is not what it thinks it is but what others attempt to hide about that nation – like the fact that it is bankrupt.
They discuss the role Goldman Sachs played in helping Greece hide its debts and, thus, strapping it to the euro and the mispricing of real risk by well-compensated bond investors lending to Greece at ultra low interest rates.
They also discuss that, while deflated footballs was the main headline on the nightly news in America, a memo was delivered to Obama outlining the various ways that brokers defraud American investors of years worth of retirement income.