12 June 2012: Steve Quayle broke the news in real time during our special Sunday Edition of The Hagmann & Hagmann Report: Italy’s oldest and 4th largest bank, Bank Network Investments, or BNI, ran out of money and declared a “bank holiday.” Now I will ask our readers and listeners to try to find information about this significant event in the major media in the United States. Go ahead, we’ll wait.
Back so soon? Couldn’t find any Western media outlets reporting on this very significant event? What’s that? You did not see this reported in any of the major media news – television or print? Wasn’t covered by the Obama White House? Must be that Steve Quayle is spouting off more of his “conspiracy nonsense” again. Oh, wait…
It seems that the Bank of Network Investments own website confirms the bank “holiday,” but unless you are able to speak the language, you’ll have to use a translator.
Oh, and you haven’t seen network news coverage about the rioting in Spain due to their financial crisis? Economist Hal Dunham, a guest on hour two of last night’s Hagmann & Hagmann Report, just returned from Europe on business but skipped Spain, but not because he’s tired of the cuisine. “It’s too dangerous,” he told our audience last night.
Coming to America
No, we’re not talking about the 1988 movie starring Eddie Murphy, and we’re not laughing. In fact, we warning that what you are witnessing in Italy and across Europe is coming to the United States. Unless you are paying attention and not watching a gaggle of post-menopausal women swooning over Obama’s latest “tele-prompted” speech, you’re going to find out the hard way. And the ay we see it, most will never see “it” coming.
One morning on your way to work, you might stop at the ATM to find out that the machine is empty or out of service. Instead of the breakfast sandwich you’ve eaten while driving to work, you decide to skip the morning snack and gas up, muttering under your breath that it was you’re husband’s job the night before, but he was too wrapped up in the game to fill up your car. You slide your debit card into the pump and ugh, the card is rejected. Must be a mistake. As you reach into your purse, you find a few “singles” and some change, not even enough for a gallon of gas. As you look at your gas gauge again, you feel confident that you can make it to work and back home, but just barely.
You travel to your bank, ready to complain about the problem but are surprised to learn that despite the lateness of the hour, a hastily printed sign is hanging on the bank branch door says the bank is “temporarily” closed. No other information. You can see bank employees huddled in a group inside and other employees milling about, but are waved off by someone inside. Hmmm, maybe they were robbed?
Close. YOU were robbed. WE are being robbed, right now – as you read this. Can’t, won’t or isn’t happening in America? Oh really?
Are you prepared for what is coming?