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14:35 PM, 19th October 2020
About 2 months ago

British Ex-Pat Bank Accounts to be CLOSED

Reply to the comment left by Beaver at 19/10/2020 - 14:30
I agree there are methods to other banking (currently), and I agree the rational (but stupid) result is that the UK loses revenue.

But I am looking beyond this very simple 1+1 scenario because anything that is this stupid has a bigger agenda.... Read More

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13:49 PM, 19th October 2020
About 2 months ago

British Ex-Pat Bank Accounts to be CLOSED

Reply to the comment left by Beaver at 19/10/2020 - 13:30
Even so, why would the UK .gov want to lose tax revenue?

They are not that stupid. Or who in their ranks/families run businesses that could take the place of the current banking system? And why such short notice?

This notice is so short (it is unusual for the Uk to act with such haste), and the reasons so lacking or contradictory that again I find that it just does no add up.

S24 doesn't add up for anyone, like so many other things like C-19 death rates and the destruction of our economy, like tenant eviction bans but no .gov backing for LLs. Like upping the EPC, and CGT at a time of economic hardship.

Like the police brutality in Melbourne Australia if you do not toe-the-covid-line.

Has anyone looked at the number of pension company failures in the last year? 42 to date. last year, 4. 2018, 1. Should this not be mainstream news?

See for yourself -

If you do not watch the bigger picture you are in the dark.... Read More

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13:03 PM, 19th October 2020
About 2 months ago

British Ex-Pat Bank Accounts to be CLOSED

What is the bigger picture in this action? Why would the banks want to lose our custom? Your bank balances are their collateral. Why, when money is supposedly so tight, would they want to drop that collateral? Why would the banks care whether you are ex-pat or not? To them it is just money. They also extort high rates from you on FX.

Is it so that a very high number of ex-pats actually own property in the UK that they are renting out? Therefore is it just another attack on the PRS? To make you sell up in to the extortionate 45% CGT?

What gain would the government have on preventing you to have a UK account while living abroad? I smell a rat.

We know that the EU are bringing in the CBDC next year (look it up). The UK will probably bring theirs in sometime later. The US has already said they are getting it close. The Chinese are already using it.

Once you are locked out of transacting in the usual manner, you will be forced into adopting the CBDC.

Has anyone heard the words "economic reset" yet. The WEF and IMF are all up for it. Prince Charles is trying to make it look "charitable" (pathetic).

There are tons of videos on Central Bank Digital Currencies on YT. I suggest you start doing some research, and consider your options.

If you can not transact independently of the state, they make you their "host".

Are you getting used to those masks now?... Read More

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11:07 AM, 16th October 2020
About 2 months ago

Help bring a Judicial Review against Bailiffs refusing to enforce warrants

I'm really heartened by JMW solicitors here. Thank you.

But I hope it is clear to all now that this is a controlled demolition of the PRS. It started around 2012 when the rhetoric turned away from Corporations land banks as the problem to the Private LL.

No one can say that S24 is just. We have had multitudes of bullying and illegal activity from Local Counsels, and an ever increasing amount of regulation which increases cost with no gain.

And they continue to turn the screws even under the pressure of a recession.

If you think this is all just by a "stupid" .gov, you are kidding yourself.... Read More

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14:12 PM, 12th October 2020
About 2 months ago

BofE writes to CEOs to gauge readiness for zero or negative interest rates

Reply to the comment left by TrevL at 12/10/2020 - 13:26
You can currently get 10%PA on your savings at The problem is that no-one really understands the new economy of blockchain. You can be sure the banks don't want to tell you.

You can even buy a blockchain 'certificated" gold and get interest paid on that!

Thing is, the -ve rates are coming. They will come because any "letter" being written or proposal or whatever scheme that reduces the publics wealth and transfers it to .gov and the big corps/banks does happen. Take this "letter" as a warning to get yourselves prepared.

This is how they communicate their intentions to the boys club while the people just look at it as small talk. It is effectively telling them they need to get their houses in order. Everything is done in your face so you don't suspect it to be damaging to you. In fact most of the time they spin it to make it look good for you.

You won't be able to pull your money out when it happens, because something else will have prevented that before hand. Likely some "emergency measure", like the lock-downs.

Just remember, the balance in your bank accounts is not legally yours. You are just the beneficial owner. That means they can do what they like with it.

When the run on the banks happened in Cyprus, Bitcoin spiked up. When you hold Bitcoin, it is purely yours and no-one else's. Microstrategy bought $450mil of it a couple of weeks ago. Jack Dorsey the Twitter and Paypal founder just bought $50mil of it last week.

Don't leave it too late.... Read More