by Survival Joe | Conspiracy Theories • Economics • Guest Posts • Precious Metals
After 272 years of successful business, Wegelin & Co., a Swiss bank, closed its doors forever.
For decades, the historic bank — along with its Swiss competitors — offered wealthy Americans the ultimate safe haven for storing and growing their wealth. But no longer will any Swiss banks offer their clients world-class privacy and anonymity.
Due to pressure from U.S. regulators eager to sniff out wandering tax dollars, Swiss banks are now reporting account holder information to the IRS as fast as they possibly can.
I’m talking about people like CIA and Pentagon insider Jim Rickards… hedge fund multimillionaire Jim Rogers… and superstar investor Kyle Bass (he made a fortune in the last crisis).
In an ongoing effort to stop terrorism, the government has now instituted a new policy for all banks.
One that, if not complied with, could send bank executives to jail.
The United States of America is to be governed under the guiding principles of only one doctrine, the U.S. Constitution.
It’s crazy how often people forget that.
But with the growth of Islam in the U.S., lawmakers are continually forced to remind people that the Constitution supersedes all other kind of laws, even religious.
It’s easy to see why most Americans hate Monsanto.
Heck, most of the world hates the company as their devious business practices are often followed up by bullying and intimidation.
But there is good news concerning Monsanto.
In this day and age the state will try and make money off you any way they can.
Even going so far as to lock you up for telling the truth as they try and diagnose you with a disorder you don’t have.
These kinds of cases are few and far between, but they do show how powerful and unjust the U.S. government can be.
Love her or hate her, it’s hard to deny that Hillary Clinton is a very powerful woman.
Despite dozens of well-publicized scandals, including a criminal investigation, she remains the odds-on favorite to win the 2016 presidential election.
It’s always nice to have a bit more ammo to bring against people who say cops are noble and benevolent.
Not all of them are out to get us, but plenty of them are.