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I was thinking about how fast banks in the UK are being nationalised then I thought about our governments track record for selling off public services to private companies and can only come to the conclusion that all the banks in the UK except HSBC will be nationalised, consolidated then sold to a rich banking family under one of their existing banking corporations.

This will be heralded as the saviour of the recession as the government has this liability taken off their hands and perhaps earns some money out of it as a result. But it's one step closer to a world run solely by mega monopoly corporations and a one world government.

I think some people on this forum have commented on this mass nationalisation possiblity before but no one has come out and made a solid prediction/ started a thread about it and what it will lead to. So here I am doing that, and in a few years time when we come out the other side if my prediction turns out to be true I can boast about how even more enslaved we all are :P Oh hang on :blink:

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Yes, it's funny how banks rushed to the fore to assist the (then) tory government in its mass privatisation of British industry. They spouted platitudes about "free market reform" and how wonderful privatisation would be. Funny how the tables turn. This moronic government ought to have known better and applied some "free market" principles to the banks. Fuc*ing c*nts.

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No further banks will be nationalised.

New laws are in force that allows the boe / government to secretly help them without word getting out, thats not a coincidence.

Whats really happening is that the mega rich sold their shares long before this, at a huge profit, and will now buy back even more shares at tiny prices and buy into other companies.

This seems obvious to me, but then I never met a conspiracy theory I didnt like :lol:

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New laws are in force that allows the boe / government to secretly help them without word getting out, thats not a coincidence.

There's definitely something fishy about this. You can't "secretly" bail out the banks whilst they are still listed as public limited companies, since the bailout would have to appear on the balance sheet somewhere, and as a plc the full accounts must be published.

This can only mean the the banks are not expected to be plcs for long.

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There's definitely something fishy about this. You can't "secretly" bail out the banks whilst they are still listed as public limited companies, since the bailout would have to appear on the balance sheet somewhere, and as a plc the full accounts must be published.

This can only mean the the banks are not expected to be plcs for long.

It means that their accounts are complete fiction.

As always.

The plan is to lie and print.

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I was thinking about how fast banks in the UK are being nationalised then I thought about our governments track record for selling off public services to private companies and can only come to the conclusion that all the banks in the UK except HSBC will be nationalised, consolidated then sold to a rich banking family under one of their existing banking corporations.

This will be heralded as the saviour of the recession as the government has this liability taken off their hands and perhaps earns some money out of it as a result. But it's one step closer to a world run solely by mega monopoly corporations and a one world government.

I think some people on this forum have commented on this mass nationalisation possiblity before but no one has come out and made a solid prediction/ started a thread about it and what it will lead to. So here I am doing that, and in a few years time when we come out the other side if my prediction turns out to be true I can boast about how even more enslaved we all are :P Oh hang on :blink:

Nah it's got nothing at all to do with NWO conspiracy theories about moves towards 'one world government'.

It's just all part & parcel of the true face of functioning Capitalism:

Privatize the profits & socialize the costs.

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Nah it's got nothing at all to do with NWO conspiracy theories about moves towards 'one world government'.

It's just all part & parcel of the true face of functioning Capitalism:

Privatize the profits & socialize the costs.

I rteally should stop defending dead terminology but that's not capitalism, it's socialism/communism.

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What needs to be nationalised is the power to expand and contract the money supply.

http://www.housepricecrash.co.uk/forum/ind...c=77410&hl=

A nation's money supply should be provided by the State as a utility for productive enterprise to use as a universal means of exchange, a unit of account and a store of wealth.

What proportion of the money supply should be issued debt-free and spent into the economy by the State and what proportion should be lent at interest by the State to the economy (via competing banks) is an open question. The magnitude of both aspects of the money supply should be fully transparent, and preferably continuously broadcast to an interested and fully informed populace.

High street/internet banking should be a straightforward, competitive, money handling service industry.

Investment banks should invest their own and their clients' money at their own risk.

We need to become a nation of genuine venture capitalists utilising an adequate and well-understood nationalised money supply.

http://www.moneyreformparty.org.uk/

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What needs to be nationalised is the power to expand and contract the money supply.

http://www.housepricecrash.co.uk/forum/ind...c=77410&hl=

A nation's money supply should be provided by the State as a utility for productive enterprise to use as a universal means of exchange, a unit of account and a store of wealth.

What proportion of the money supply should be issued debt-free and spent into the economy by the State and what proportion should be lent at interest by the State to the economy (via competing banks) is an open question. The magnitude of both aspects of the money supply should be fully transparent, and preferably continuously broadcast to an interested and fully informed populace.

High street/internet banking should be a straightforward, competitive, money handling service industry.

Investment banks should invest their own and their clients' money at their own risk.

We need to become a nation of genuine venture capitalists utilising an adequate and well-understood nationalised money supply.

http://www.moneyreformparty.org.uk/

The answer to this problem is not using violence on the innocent.

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There's definitely something fishy about this. You can't "secretly" bail out the banks whilst they are still listed as public limited companies, since the bailout would have to appear on the balance sheet somewhere, and as a plc the full accounts must be published.

This can only mean the the banks are not expected to be plcs for long.

The trouble with secrecy is people start to believe rumours.

The invisible hand will punish those that don't adhere to the rules and the free markets demand transparency.

I still expect all the banks to be nationalised, secrecy just means it's even more inevitable.

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