Rumor has it that Soros group has made mega billions off the bitcoin bubble, which is being injected into destabilising countries like India so he can short their currencies. The AAP and Team Anna movements were strongly funded by Soros, which is why from day 1 when I took back IAC in Sept 2012, George Soros has been named as a public enemy of the Hindustani people (along woth Ford Foundation, AID and Nandan Nilekani's UIDAI CIA sponsored profiling project) on our IAC websites
The country will carry on, but the depositors in PSU banks CAN be very badly hurt if a combination of events happen. The problem is that the CONGRESS allowed GEORGE SOROS to establish base and deep links in India. These Soros sponsored organisations (Vivekananda Foundation is allegedly among them) are doing what Soros is known for doing best when it comes to squeezing bankrupt nations which can't defend their currencies
SirWe are not saying that it WILL happen, we are saying that it CAN happen. The Govt babus are trying their best to manage things to keep the PONZI going (till it is handed back to Congress) but the international financial situation is too weak right.
"When George Soros comes to this or that country… he looks for religious, ethnic or social contradictions, chooses the model of action for one of these options or their combination and tries to 'warm them up,'" Egorchenkov explained, speaking with RT.
On Sun, Mar 11, 2018 at 9:20 PM, Girinder Singh <email@example.com> wrote:
Dear Sir,Thanks for your valuable advice🙏Is there any IAC'an here who did so, please requested to strengthen such advice which has come second time?On what grounds we can say so boldly sir and predicts so!How the Govt agency and bureaucratic system may collapse all of a sudden?Are we a so weak country?I am not able to digest such predictions while I have no doubts on the abilities of admins and members of this group!
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On 11-Mar-2018, at 8:10 PM, Sarbajit Roy (via indiaresists Mailing List) <firstname.lastname@example.org
> wrote:DEAR IAC-iansFurther to our last private email, the dam is likely to burst.
For how long can the corrupt Modi media hold back the truth that most banks don't have ready money to pay back even 5% of their depositors now on demand. Its not only PNB and CANARA, banks like SBI, IoB, BoB, IDBI even ICICI are said to be very shaky and will fall like dominoes if the Govt fucks up in handling the crisis.
amp/news/MON-PERS-PFB-UTLT- people-are-withdrawing-money- from-banks-faster-5827130-PHO. htmlNow please warn everyone you know to COOLLY CONSIDER taking as much money out of the banking system to put it into articies and securities of REAL value, like assayed gold coins (not gold jewelry) and foreign currencies etc.MORAL : If you elect FASCIST governments you get FASCIST HYPERINFLATION as a side effect.Sarbajit---------- Forwarded message ----------
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DISCLAIMER: This does not constitute any kind of professional financial adviceIF YOU HAVE SUBSTANTIAL FUNDS DEPOSITED IN PNB OR CANARA BANK YOU MAY EXAMINE IF YOU WISH TO IMMEDIATELY WITHDRAW YOUR DEPOSITS, BREAK YOUR FDs AND RDs etc IN THESE 2 PSU BANKS and CONVERT YOUR INCREASINGLY WORTHLESS INDIAN CURRENCY INTO SOME STABLE FOREIGN CURRENCIES (like SWISS FRANC) OR 99.9% GOLD COINS.
We have all seen what happened in Nov 2016 when RBI could not honor its "promise" to repay their note holders ON DEMAND.
We got ..."PROSPERITY THROUGH INSOLVENCY"(The Creature from Jekyll Island - G. Edward Griffin, pg. 33)** "the government has come out with a Rs. 2.12 lakh crore recapitalisation plan and has already taken nod of Parliament to pump in Rs. 80,000 crore through recapitalisation bonds in the current fiscal ending March, 2018"
Insolvency actually is inherent in the system itself, a system called fractional-reserve banking.
Nevertheless, a bank can operate quite nicely in a state of insolvency so long as its customers don't know it. Money is brought into being and transmuted from one imaginary form to another by mere entries on a ledger, and creative bookkeeping can always make the bottom line appear to balance. The problem arises when depositors decide, for whatever reason, to withdraw their money. Lo and behold, there isn't enough to go around and, when that happens, the cat is finally out of the bag. The bank must close its doors, and the depositors still waiting in line outside are ... well, just that: still waiting.