Is it too Late for ANZ Bank?
Featured Image – Actually that is NZ Media Whore of the Year (or last year?) Taika Waititi selling Rothschild debt for BNZ, but it is all the same company at the end of the day….if one big one goes, they will probably all go.
Is it too late for ANZ Bank now?
Media Whores mentioned in our Sunday afternoon business edition special feature that we had heard ANZ were having problems.
Then we noticed they had a trading halt earlier this week……..
Doesn’t look good. In fact, very dangerous indeed. Tenuous at best.
Obviously our Source is very reliable.
Also other big problems looming in the industry……
It is fairly easy for the global Goldman Sachs / Fed Reserve mafia to just top them up for a day or two with some more of their fake counterfeit money, but that doesn’t help solve the underlying issues does it. It doesn’t make the problem just go away. Which is stealing money off their customers via fee scams…….presumably to help balance the books.
Admittedly ANZ probably refer to these fee scams as ‘legal’ but hiding 5 pages of corporate lawyer written new terms and conditions somewhere on their website or at a busy branch is hardly reasonable is it? And reasonable is the legal test.
Why the need to steal or scam money off their clients if business is going ok?
As we stated earlier, our advice to Kiwis would be to go and get a good stash of cash out just in case. And ideally pop down to one of the smaller NZ owned banks and open a back up account. Maybe some gold and silver. Everybody should be banking with a NZ bank anyway, if you are not, you are really part of this globalist problem to begin with and probably need a lesson in loyalty anyway.
What if your mortgage (death pledge) is with ANZ or one of the other big banks? Well if they collapse the best idea might just be to stop paying them, as they are unlikely to be able to organize much as they go down, mortgagee sales included. The safest thing to do could be to hold on to every cent you can get your hands on. The other thing you could do, or perhaps should hurry up and do anyway, is write to them and formally dispute the debt. There has to be what is called “consideration” for any contract to be enforceable…now if the money they lent you is counterfeit / fake printed money which had no asset backing to begin with – is that really fair or legal consideration?
Here is an example:
(Your bank etc)
To whom it may concern,
“It has come to our attention that the money you lent us for our mortgage (ref # etc) could have been counterfeit money. Thus we dispute whether this formed lawful consideration for this mortgage agreement. We wish to formally dispute this contract until such time as proof of fair and lawful consideration can be provided by your bank and until such time as it is, please be notified that we intend to withhold any future mortgage payments. This matter is now in formal dispute.”
Yours in good faith,……
Now remember, you should never use or sign your full legal name when dealing with these crooks (big global bankers, lawyers, judges etc), so just sign your first name and then put:
“Lawful administrator for the legal name:…..(your actual full name). All inherent rights reserved. ”
Lose the name, win the game as they say. More info on the legal name in the video below.
Now Media Whores is not suggesting that if enough Kiwis take this action that you all might end up living mortgage free for the next 12 months or so, or that the foreign bank system would collapse under its own weight as it struggled to deal with a few thousand such legal disputes (which have to be heard in a court of law), nor would we want to suggest that the court system is about to collapse along with it, due to all of its never ending corruption………but it has been said that casting your net to the other side is often the best advice.
Just remember that if the dispute ever does go to court some years later once the dust settles – you have the right to a “fair hearing” – but what you should demand is actually an “honest hearing”. Fk the fear. And their Reichs, and their rituals.
Even better advice, lease some cheap coastal land off one of the failing dairy farmers and build a tiny house – better for your health all round and NZ has thousands of miles of it.
Anyways – it’s not looking good for ANZ Bank, and if one goes……the rest of the big ones will no doubt follow.
Make sure you look after your own interests first, then keep an eye out for the neighbors of course, but Kiwis obviously have very little moral obligation to a giant foreign bank who are scamming their customers and expecting to get away with it, and who have been plundering our Nation for decades anyway.
Some more details on the legal name thing below…….