G20 Governments All Agreed to Cyprus-Style Theft of Bank Deposits … In 2010
Referencing official source documents from both the G20, and the internationalist ‘Financial Stability Board’, clearly show the entire G20 agreed to implement the FSB-mandated new approach to managing “too big to fail” banks at the Seoul 2010 meeting of the G20.
To address the problem of “systemically important” banks, “without exposing the taxpayer to the risk of loss,” our puppet politicians have agreed to confiscate … the savings of taxpayers.
November 11-12, 2010. Armistice Day. That is when all the major governments of the G20 first agreed to implement the new, Cyprus-style “bail-in” regime, at the direction of the internationalist Financial Stability Board under its new, GFC-enabled “broadened mandate” –
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