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« on: March 18, 2013, 03:29:55 PM »
The controlled demolition of Cyprus

The Bank is closed.

The ATMs are all empty.

You heard it on the news but couldn’t believe it.   The internet is unreliable; surely it’s against the law for the federal government to just take money out of your bank account along with every other one in the state, right?

Note: be sure to read Adam’s previous article, “Financial crisis revealed and resolved in the world of Bitcoin” and “Ulterior motives behind the Copyright Alert System

Funny thing – it is illegal, at least it used to be.  But things are bad! The situation is serious, surely any rational person can see that, and the need for all to contribute.  And you are rational, aren’t you?

So you rushed down to your usual ATM, only to find the line stretching around the block.  You try the local branch and find there are armed men and police surrounding it.  A ray of hope!  The Police have heard and they’re going to help us get our money back!

Reality sets in: they’re guarding the bank from you.

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Re: The controlled demolition of Cyprus
« Reply #1 on: March 18, 2013, 04:01:38 PM »
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