Copyright 2010-3010 By Chase Kyla Hunter, Re-posts permitted leaving all content and links intact.
You knew it had to happen sooner or later. Someone, somewhere who has alot of clout with a celebrity following, and a history of stirring up the masses to action, would just put it right out there and call for an out and out global RUN ON THE BANKS. [TARGET DATE: December 7th]
Well why the hell not? They are going down sooner or later, due to their own grisly evil corruption and sheer wickedness, so why not just expedite the process, and put these global banking cartel bastards OUT OF BUSINESS FOR GOOD? I’ve been completely OUT of the banking system for four years now, and I have saved hundreds of dollars a year in evil fees and avoided even more insipid loss of personal privacy. So I’m on board all the way. There’s no better way to get the illuminati’s attention and remind them of who and what really makes the world go round, that being OUR MONEY.
It’s OUR MONEY, not theirs, that keeps the idiotic world banking system afloat in the first damn place. Without OUR MONEY, their rotten little banking cartels will fall like the house of cards they are.
I say: “Go for it.”
Woohoo. Will the rowdy french, who riot at the drop of a hat anyway, take Eric’s advice and RUN ON THE BANKS? Stay tuned to find out!
Chase Kyla Hunter
Man U Player of the Century Eric Cantona Appeals for Peaceful Revolution Against Banks, Calls for Europeans To Pull Their Money
by Tyler Durden
A few weeks ago we noted that December 7 is becoming a grass roots “banker mutiny” day, in which citizens across Europe will pull money from their banks and thus force a pan-European bank run on what is already a bankrupt financial system, which survives each day only at the expense of the continent’s increasingly indebted citizens, their life of increasing austerity, and of course, the US Federal Reserve and its final backstop. In some ways we discounted the potential reach of this movement. Enter Eric Cantona – just ask any sport afficionado who the most entertaining, flamboyant and skillful football player of 1990’s Manchester United was and 9 out of 10 times you will hear that name. The icon (both in England and France) whose on field antics were only matched by his kung fu skills, and who has a massive popular following, has been recorded agitating viewers (many of them), to enact a bloodless revolution against French banks: “We don’t pick up weapons to kill people, to start the revolution… the revolution is really easy to do nowadays. What is the system? The system revolves around the banks. It’s based on the power of the banks… so it must be destroyed starting with the banks. This means that the 3 million people with their placards on the street… they go to the bank, withdraw their money from the banks and these ones collapse. 10 million people and the banks collapse and there is not real threat, a real revolution. We must go to the bank. In this case there would be a real revolution. It’s not complicated. You simply go to the bank in your country and withdraw your money. If there are enough people withdrawing their money, the system collapses. No weapon, no blood, or anything like that.” A peaceful anti-banking revolution, brilliantly explained so that everyone can understand.
But comprehension is only half the battle. The other half is getting off your ass. Which is why this will never work in the US. As for Europe, we will find out in 3 weeks…
Here ‘s the Eric Cantona video, folks:
- Eric Cantona sparks a global financial revolution (offthepost.info)
- Eric Cantona’s call for bank protest (politics.ie)
- “‘A Real Revolution’ – Eric Cantona Urges Radical Bank Protest (Video)” and related posts (whoateallthepies.tv)
- Eric Cantona’s call for bank protest sparks online campaign (guardian.co.uk)
- Would a mass cash withdrawal bring down the banks? (bbc.co.uk)
- David Degraw: Silver Bullets, Bank Runs, and Bomb Threats (grantlawrence.blogspot.com)
- Bank Run on December 7th! (lewrockwell.com)
- Looking for Eric (mrmovietimes.com)
- Eric Cantona: Looking for Manchester, ITV1; The Zoo, ITV1; Battlefield Poet: Keith Douglas, BBC Four: review (telegraph.co.uk)