“The god of wine looked around at the assembled crowd. “Miss me?”
The satyrs fell over themselves nodding and bowing.“Oh, yes, very much, sire!”
“Well, I did not miss this place!” Dionysus snapped.“I bear bad news, my friends. Evil news. The minor gods are changing sides. Morpheus has gone over to the enemy. Hecate, Janus, and Nemesis, as well. Zeus knows how many more.”
Thunder rumbled in the distance.
“Strike that,” Dionysus said. “Even Zeus doesn’t know.”
Give me control of a nations money supply, and I care not who makes it’s laws ~ Amschel Rothchilds
Bank runs in Europe have begun in earnest now. Greece is collapsing with over $ 1 Trillion in withdrawls. To see how Europe’s insane lending practices have brought about this by design see this excellent parody. (here) This is occurring directly after the powerful elite recently installed their high executives through technocracy into Italy and Greece.
Less than 7% of all transactions are cash. Merchants are now switching to the new Paypal new Iphone swiping technology that attaches to YOUR iphone, as they undercut the 3% fee charged by credit card companies here
“PayPal today launched a new device, called PayPal Here, in the US, Canada, Australia and Hong Kong, that consists of a free, triangle shaped card reader and mobile phone application. The gadget connects into the top of iPhones and iPads allowing merchants to take payments on the go from any any of the four major credit cards (including American Express), PayPal accounts and even checks!”
A cashless society awaits much sooner than all expect with biometric ID system access only for all. Numbers on a computer screen informs you the money in your account. Cash is no longer accepted except for transactions under $20.
Ireland and Spain have just enacted strict cash withdrawls from customer accounts. MF Global CEO Jon Corzine (former gov. of NJ and former CEO of Government Sachs) misappropriated (lost it trading) $ 1.6 billion of customer money he was not allowed to trade and is still free with no charges being brought against him which means stealing in daylight is not a punishable offense, so the looting will only get more brazen from here.
NATO is in Chicago this weekend with ‘shoot to kill’ orders as protestors rally this weekend on a rare solar eclipse in N. America this weekend. The London Olympics have announced uber security as missiles are being installed on nearby rooftops preparing for another false flag…er. potential staged…er..I mean those ‘evil doers’ lone squirt gun attack to further lock down the entire populace.
…and no money is safe because it is all about go electronic where keystrokes on an electronic screen vs. perceived value are the only things backing the global economies wealth and what you think you have in your bank account can be erased or stolen without recourse as to who, how or what happened to ‘your’ money.
TARGET GETS CYBER ATTACK (False Flag?). CUSTOMER ACCOUNTS FROZEN TO $100 ATM WITHDRAWLS
Dec. 27, 2013. Target says PIN data was stolen in the breach but there was no evidence that it has been compromised because it was highly encrypted
Denied: Target says there is no evidence PINs were compromised as part of the retail behemoth embarrassing and worrisome Christmastime security breach
One major U.S. bank fears that the thieves would be able to crack the encryption code and make fraudulent withdrawals from consumer bank accounts, said the executive, who spoke on the condition of anonymity because the data breach is still under investigation.
The hackers who attacked Target Corp and compromised more than 40 million credit cards and debit cards also managed to steal encrypted personal identification numbers, according to a senior payments executive familiar with the situation.
‘We continue to have no reason to believe that PIN data, whether encrypted or unencrypted, was compromised. And we have not been made aware of any such issue in communications with financial institutions to date,’ Snyder said by email.
The No. 3 U.S. retailer said last week that hackers stole data from as many as 40 million cards used at Target stores during the first three weeks of the holiday shopping season, making it the second-largest data breach in U.S. retail history.
On Dec. 21, JPMorgan, the largest U.S. bank, alerted 2 million of its debit cardholders that it was lowering the daily limits on ATM withdrawals to $100 and capping store purchases with their cards at $500.
On Monday, the bank partly eased the limits it had imposed on Saturday, setting them at $250 a day for ATM withdrawals and $1,000 a day for purchases. (The usual debit card daily limits are $200 to $500 for cash withdrawals and $500 for purchases, a bank spokeswoman said last week.)
On Monday, Santander — a unit of Spain’s Banco Santander — followed suit, lowering the daily limits on cash withdrawals and purchases on Santander and Sovereign branded debit and credit cards of customers who used them at Target when the breach occurred. Santander did not disclose the new limits, but said it was monitoring the accounts and issuing new cards to customers who were affected.
The 49ers’ $1.2 billion stadium is set to open for the 2014 season. Associated Press file, 2010
“Fans will be able to go cashless, ticketless, order everything from their seats. We’ll have WiFi for all 75,000 people,” said bid committee chairman Daniel Lurie. “It’s the next-generation stadium. So that’s a huge component.”