The Cypriot Experiment – or – How I Learned to Quit Worrying and Love The Banksters

Dr Bernanke

Note: This article was originally posted at — I am a new writer for that website and will be covering economic and geopolitical news on a weekly basis. Don’t worry, will live on, as I plan to use this site for my more lengthy opinion pieces instead of timely news pieces. Be sure to check out The American Resolution after reading this short article!


By now you’re aware of the bank holiday and subsequent ‘haircut’ given to Cypriot depositors late last month. Even as this article goes to press – more than two weeks after events began to unfold – the radioactive dust has yet to settle on that poor little island in the Mediterranean. Was the final decision that 40% of all deposits over €100k would be plundered? Or was it 80% of all deposits? It seems that the ‘Little Guy’ avoided a haircut by a razor-thin margin, but considering his entire country has just been financially nuked by the Banksters, I’m sure that’s of little solace to him…




The testing of hydrogen bombs over Pacific atolls is analogous to the dry-run of Financial Armageddon in Cyprus for a number of reasons. In both cases the target was a tiny island that the Common Man would never be able to find on a map. Out of sight, out of mind, simple enough. Geopolitical isolation is another telltale sign of both events. Detonating the first thermonuclear device in the history of mankind (equivalent to just under twelve million tons of TNT) is best done as far away from Civilization as possible; you know, just in case the eggheads’ estimates are off by a standard deviation, or three. The same holds true when war gaming a financial weapon of mass destruction: The situation must be serious enough to produce the desired effects of fear, panic, and anger, but the contagion must be compartmentalized in such a way that the fire can be put out should the experiment get a little bit…ahh…hairy…




Several other factors point to recent events as being part of a premeditated experiment:

  • As mentioned, the terms imposed on depositors changed several times, leading to confusion and a sense of paralysis. How will people react to losing 10% of their deposits? What if threatened with total collapse if demands are not complied with, immediately? Will the ‘Little Guy’ join in the assault against the ‘Rich’ if promised that his account will be exempted from the ‘tax’?
  • The bank holiday was extended at least three times. In addition to giving the Banksters’ cronies more time to withdrawal their funds ahead of time, this strung along the Cypriot people (and the global markets), providing a wealth of invaluable data on reactions to ever-increasing uncertainty.
  • Customers of JP Morgan Chase reported balances of $0 on Monday, March 18th. The Cypriot Experiment began Friday, March 15th. Of course, this ‘glitch’ only affected checking accounts, as opposed to mortgages or credit cards – the bank still knows what you owe it, ironically enough. Coincidence? Perhaps. But…

The Banksters ran their experiment and are now in the process of analyzing the data and plotting their next move. Are they ready to strike? Not quite yet, in my estimation. The grand game of geopolitics and high finance is played on a timeline spanning decades, not months, and the Banksters will bide their time until the opportunity to strike is perfect. For now, they will continue to slowly acclimate the Sheeple all while setting the framework for future theft. Bail-ins are now being written into the Canadian budget. Eurozone Ministers flatly admit that similar action in the future is likely. Ominous voices decree that the crisis demands “One Banking Policy, One Fiscal Policy – And One Voice”

Just another step towards cementing the power of the New World Order.


 Again, be sure to check out The American Resolution — it’s time to redouble our efforts against the Banksters, spread the word!