Jeff Nielsson expected the Crash in the spring of this year for sound economic reasons, but somehow the Elite is holding things of for geo-political globalist reasons, to get more control MUST WATCH!
A team of Swiss economists recently conducted a vast study of all the world’s financial institutions and how they interact.
It’s a global looting operation! Surprise…or many it’s not a surprise…when all the smoke cleared, the system is effectively under the control of one super institution.
This is science, not conspiracy theory (at least as much as “economics” can be a science.)
If all this is true than what does it mean?
Well, for starters many of the things we’ve been told are “normal” – Brexit, zero interest rates etc. – are actually engineered in an operation to take control of even more of the world’s assets.
August 22nd, 2016
For the first time since the end of the Cold War, the German government plans to tell citizens to stockpile food and water in case of an attack or catastrophe, the Frankfurter Allgemeine Sonntagszeitung newspaper reported on Sunday.
Germany is currently on high alert after two Islamist attacks and a shooting rampage by a mentally unstable teenager last month. Berlin announced measures earlier this month to spend considerably more on its police and security forces and to create a special unit to counter cyber crime and terrorism.
“The population will be obliged to hold an individual supply of food for ten days,” the newspaper quoted the government’s “Concept for Civil Defence” – which has been prepared by the Interior Ministry – as saying.
August 29th, 2016
Via: Wall Street Journal:
German savers are leaving the security of savings banks for what many now consider an even safer place to park their cash: home safes!
Savers now face the prospect of being charged fees on their deposits. Some companies and large private depositors already incur charges.
The latest such sign that penalty rates are creeping in comes from a small cooperative bank in the Bavarian town of Gmund on the Tegernsee lake. As of Sept. 1, the bank, Raiffeisenbank Gmund, will charge its customers 0.4% on deposits above €100,000.