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ATMs were drained over the weekend in Cyprus after European Union chiefs
decided late Friday night to raid private savings accounts to help pay
for the country's $13 billion bailout.

Of course it was a holiday weekend and banks are closed on Monday, preventing a panicked bank run. It is now being reported that the Cypriot cabinet has extended the bank holiday until Thursday in an effort to calm the growing unrest. Electronic transfers have also been halted in order to prevent capital flight.

Riots are now being reported in Cyprus as citizens are furious at the
Troika's decision to rob the citizens to pay for the bad debts of banks.



Reuters reported earlier that,

The euro zone agreed on Saturday to hand Cyprus a bailout worth 10
billion euros ($13 billion), but demanded depositors in its banks
forfeit some money to stave off bankruptcy despite the risk of a wider
run on savings.
....
In a radical departure from previous aid packages - and one that gave rise to incredulity and anger across the country - euro zone finance ministers forced Cyprus' savers to pay up to 10 percent of their deposits to raise almost 6 billion euros.

Cyprus president Nicos Anastasiades agreed to the deal, which completely
reversed his previous assurances that it would not happen. It sets a
very dangerous precedent for future bailouts. As if brutal austerity
wasn't enough, the EU is now demanding a bailout tax making citizens and
expat depositors alike personally liable for government and private
bank debts. Reuters also notes that according to a draft of the
legislation, criminal penalties of up to 3 years in jail and 50,000
euros could be imposed upon anyone who doesn't comply.





The New York Times reports:

Most of the 10 billion euros will go to bail out Cypriot banks,
which took a blow when their substantial holdings of Greek government
bonds were written down as part of that country’s second bailout.
Britain has 60,000 depositors in Cypriot banks, including thousands of
military and government personnel stationed on the island. George
Osborne highlighted that Cypriot banks in England would not be subjected
to the tax (6.75% for accounts under 100,000 Euros; 9.9% for those over
100,000), but expat depositors apparently will -- government and military excluded:

George Osborne vowed today that those serving in Britain's military or
government in Cyprus will be protected after European finance chiefs
ordered an unprecedented raid on personal bank accounts.

Up to 60,000 British savers are to lose thousands of pounds each as
expats in Cyprus have their savings decimated in part of a painful bid
to bail out the bankrupt island.

The Chancellor said the financial situation in Cyprus was ‘an example of
what happens if you don't show the world that you can pay your way’,
adding: ‘We are not part of the bailout.’ (Source)
UPDATE: Riots Hit Cyprus After Bank Accounts Frozen 2013goldguide_180x150The
tax is being justified as a last-ditch effort to raise money and keep
Cyprus from supposedly causing a domino effect across the Eurozone as
indebted nations begin to collapse. Cyprus had set itself up as a strong
banking center for investors, but many are outraged over Anastasiades'
about-face:

Those affected will include rich Russians with deposits in Cyprus and
Europeans who have retired to the island, as well as Cypriots
themselves.

"I'm furious," said Chris Drake, a former Middle East correspondent for
the BBC who lives in Cyprus. "There were plenty of opportunities to take
our money out; we didn't because we were promised it was a red line
which would not be crossed."

"I've lost several thousand," he told Reuters.
ZeroHedge is now reporting that it is those "rich Russians" who could wind up angriest. Eurogroup is suggesting that depositors under 100,000 euros should maintain their insurance against such a scheme, but it is possible that larger depositors will absorb their percentage by moving the top percentage tax to 15.6%.

The Eurogroup will give Cyprus more flexibility on bank levy, and that
Cyprus should safeguard depositors under €100,000, even as the full €5.8
billion deposit goal must still be hit.

....

(The) Russian response to the discovery that haircuts on big deposits
just rose from 9.9% to over 15.6% will hardly be warm and cuddly. Now
may be a good time to ban gun (and plutonium) sales to angry Russian
billionaire oligarchs. (Source)
Cyprus is now the fifth country seeking a bailout, but the
extraordinarily high depositor tax is unprecedented. Eurozone citizens
and outside investors might not see the tax as the confidence-inspiring
measure that government asserts it to be. Rather, citizens everywhere
will view it as a clear signal that other governments are ready to
follow suit and are extremely unclear about who will ultimately be affected, thus destroying confidence
in the entire banking system. The "Russian billionaire" angle might be
used to forestall more widespread outrage, but it is still new ground to
go directly after depositors ... and not all affected depositors will
be Russian billionaires.

"This is theft, pure and simple," one pensioner told Reuters. Yes it is.



And here's some colorful commentary about this:



A final vote from Cyprus' parliament has been postponed until Monday. The latest poll shows that 71% of Cypriots want to reject the scheme.

Follow #Cyprus depositors as they vent their fury through social media:

http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2013-03-17/cyprus-depositors-vent-fury-through-social-media

And for those who believe that something like this could not happen
throughout Europe, or even in the United States, Tyler Durden of
ZeroHedge posits that the Rubicon has been crossed and "wealth taxation"
is a topic that is likely to grow in popularity among banking
oligarchs. Although in the U.S. wealth taxation might take a slightly
different form than what is being proposed for Cyprus.

So, if the US was to go the Cyprus route, and begin impairing balance
sheet liabilities to remark assets, there would be precious little space
(with just $4.3 trillion in total other funding liabilities), before
one would need to start eating into the deposit base, should Congress
decide to implement a very "fair and just" financial asset tax in the US
next.

Will Congress do this? Obviously, nobody can answer that question now.
However, it was "absolutely certain" as recently as 48 hours ago that
Cyprus too would see no depositor "bail in" either. Then things changed
rapidly. What is known, is that according to the same BCG chart we
showed last night, the necessary debt-reduction needed in the US to
reach a sustainable debt level, was over $8.2 trillion using debt
numbers as of 2009...

... Since then consolidated US debt has risen by over $5 trillion.

Which means that if, indeed, the US proceeds with its own wealth tax,
then deposits may well be one "wealth class" that gets impaired. Of
course, since in the US other financial assets, namely the stock market,
account for a far greater proportion of household net worth, it is
quite possible that instead of impairing deposits at US banks, which
already subsist solely due to the Fed's $2 trillion in excess reserves,
the government may instead choose to generously tax simply 30% of all of
your stock holdings, and achieve the same "wealth transfer" result. (Source)
In fact, this type of asset taxation is already being proposed for
Italy, as stated by Commerzbank's chief economist, Jörg Krämer :

"A tax rate of 15% on financial assets would probably be enough to push
the Italian government debt to below the critical level of 100% of gross
domestic product." So there you have it, the 'new deal' in Europe, as
we warned, is 'wealth taxes' and testing the "capacity of Cypriots"
appears to be the strawman on what the public will take before social
unrest becomes intolerable. (Source)
One thing is for certain, banksters and their government partners are in no position to earn anyone's trust.

This post has been updated, 3/18.

Other sources:
http://www.irishexaminer.com/breakingnews/world/cyprus-savers-lose-10-of-money-after-shock-bailout-588134.html
http://news.yahoo.com/savers-forced-bear-costs-cyprus-bailout-051941784.html
http://greece.greekreporter.com/2013/03/16/cypriots-frantic-as-bailout-hits-bank-accounts/
http://maxkeiser.com/2013/03/16/bank-holiday-in-cyprus-government-to-seize-10-percent-of-all-savings/#comments

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terbo56

terbo56

I closed my bank account out long before Xmas last year- They won't get my money, and I have told my wife to get hers out, and if she doesn't that will be her cross to bear- She can't say I didn't warn her- :x

NanneeRose

NanneeRose
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Well I've got no money so problem solved here LOL!



It's the simple things, small every day deeds of ordinary folk that keep the darkness at bay. Small acts of kindness and love.......~Gandalf~

PurpleSkyz

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I live paycheck to paycheck so I am in no way affected. But tell your family members and friends. Try somehow to convince them to humor you. They will thank you once this is a reality.



  

terbo56

terbo56

I tried that, and you cannot talk sense to a basket of 'Grapefruit'-They say, 'This ain't gonna happen', I'm nucking futs, 'give me some of what you're smokin', etc, Well, f'em' let 'em founder, I am done-That's like trying to squeeze blood from a turnip- Ain't happening- :affraid: :x

NanneeRose

NanneeRose
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Same here purps, we literally have like a hundred bucks in the bank so whatever they can go their hardest!! When the RV happens what we dont give away we are putting into property and cows!

I dont bother with my family either they are a bunch of sceptical know it alls so whatever is all I can say lol!!



It's the simple things, small every day deeds of ordinary folk that keep the darkness at bay. Small acts of kindness and love.......~Gandalf~

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