Gov’t Seizes Control of All Your Financial Accounts

Everyone knows that the United States has gone bankrupt. As the U.S. government and the Fed poured trillions of dollars of YOUR money into the banks and markets after the 2008 economic collapse, this unprecedented level of money-printing is catapulting the U.S. debt to $28 trillion by 2018. But now, the U.S. government and the Fed are completely out of ammo. They desperately need money to maintain their own power, and taxes are no longer enough. So in order to keep the Ponzi scheme going, the U.S. government has made several highly controversial moves to be in position to seize control of all your financial accounts. And it’s becoming clearer by the day, if you want to protect your savings and wealth from government confiscation, you only have ONE choice.

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expat nightmare

Kelly Thomas

This is very interesting, as the law used to be anything over $10K had to be declared. Most expats have never listed their bank account, so what happens when they return to the US for a visit? Will they be seized at passport control for failure to report something? And the IRS is assessing a $10K fine per year. They can claim that you have been arrear for five years and at $50K in back charges, seize your passport. Americans should leave while they still can.

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