Alex Jones wasn’t the first, and he won’t be the last.
Banks are closing people’s accounts again.
Banks close people’s accounts under their wild guess of ‘suspicious activity’.
This is worse than civil forfeiture because it’s a private entity doing it under their own decision making. Imagine vigilante mercenary groups enforcing the law based on what they think you broke. That’s what banks are doing in this case, financial mercenaries performing civil forfeiture of financial assets and financial instruments pretending to uphold their perverted version of law.
Not Court Ordered. Just because they feel like it.
Whatever, here’s a quote;
“Bank of America told me it was shut down. They refused to give me an explanation. They told me I would get my money after it was resolved. All of a sudden I find out I’m broke. I can’t feed my family and I can’t pay any expenses.” -Elad Nehorai
If they can take your money away in a money society, they can starve you and let you die.
Ultimately, the reasonable response would be not to trust banks, and build tighter communities to support eachother. But, uh, good luck with that.
This is happening, Banks suck.
Banks aren’t for people. People are just a side product that banks leverage to make money from.
And if you’re against the idea of people taking your shit under the guise of the law, like civil forfeiture, then you’d be anti-bankie.
Naturally, as it seems, Alex Jones was right.
*Not Valid Financial, Legal, Life, or Any Advice