Leaders of the global banking cartel have publicly stated that they are planning to impose charges on depositors should the U.S. Federal Reserve cut the interests rate it pays banksters for deposits it holds from individuals and companies. Meanwhile, Federal Reserve Board Governor, Daniel Tarullo, proposed this week measures to avoid what he called “massive runs on the banks”.
As it is well known, the United States Federal Reserve, the head of the international banking cartel, pays banks interests on the amount of money they hold from depositors. Some Fed representatives have circulated the possibility of cutting the payment of those interests, which prompted the banks to propose measures to sequester the money that belongs to individuals and companies alike. A possible solution to the potential cut in interests, according to bank heads, would be to charge depositors a fee for maintaining their accounts open should the Fed decide to reduce the payments.
Earlier this year, rumors told of the possibility that the Fed stopped, partially or completely, pumping fake money into the markets at the rate of $85 billion a month, which is the only articificial lifeline that the central bank has in hand to keep a moribund economy afloat.
As a result of the inflation of fake currency, the stock market has seen record highs, even though employment and industrial production continue to show that the American economy, and the world economy as a whole are in deep trouble. Last October, the Federal Reserve, which is a private banking entity, entertaned the idea to taper the pumping of free money early in 2014, which sent a loud rumble of fear all throughout the global financial markets.
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