Ukip urges Brits to withdraw their money from Spanish banks

Do you understand what is going on? Are you ready for your turn? How will you eat? How will you protect your family?

Serious questions regarding a paradigm shift, in progress.

Cash flow drives the economy. A business needs cash flow to meet payrolls, to pay for inventories, to pay for utilities, to pay for security, etc, including taxes.   Cyprus vendors are now demanding cash. No credit.

When the grocer runs out of inventory, he can get more, if he has the cash. Same thing for gasoline. When the tanks run dry, they can get more, if they have the cash. Same thing for most other businesses.

The US is 3 days away from major violence, all across the country. That is about how much food is carried in the JIT – Just in Time distribution system.

What will people do when they experience a hunger like they have never known, in their entire life? What will they do as they watch their kids starve to death?

What will you do?

Ukip urges Brits to withdraw their money from Spanish banks

By Robert Watts
Deputy Political Editor
23 Mar 2013
http://www.telegraph.co.uk
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Ukip leader Nigel Farage has warned savers in Spain that their money could be at risk Photo: GETTY

Nigel Farage has urged British expatriates in Spain to pull their money out of the country’s banks.

The UK Independence Party leader said that the European Union had “crossed a line” by trying to extract funds from savers under the terms of the abandoned Cypriot bail-out.

Mr Farage said: “Even I didn’t think that they would stoop to actually stealing money from people’s bank accounts.

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