While going through his comments I found three dots that I haven't connected before:
1. 'War on Islam' – Islamic doctrine calls for the abolishment of interest. That would topple the economy. That means keeping decentralized wealth. That makes more sense for the hatred certain leaders display than anything else. Oil just explains why Saudi Arabia doesn't get picked on, not why Islam is characterized as bad.
2. 'Internet Censorship' – If an alternate currency does arise to meet the needs of global trade, it's going to happen in the digital world. It's not just about free speech.
3. 'SWIFT, SEPA, and Bank AGB changes' – I'd been wondering about the secrecy shrouding the bank protocol changes coming into effect late last year and this year. In light of an authoritarian, centrally controlled bank system and government, they make a lot of sense.
I also recommend reading Charles' comments on his original post. They're very insightful, even if the conclusions are on the dramatic side of the prediction spectrum.
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Wave of Banking Resignations Likely Foreshadows Financial Collapse | MN News Hound
Why are so many bankers, board members, and CEOs suddenly resigning from their posts? More specifically, why are they resigning now?