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  1. #111


    Quote Originally Posted by lmans View Post
    Here is another great video on You Tube... it might be a bit thick within the topic of BASIL 111 but a fascinating video.

    See this link...pretty interesting although a bit thick...

    This guy brings up some great points including the re-patriating of gold by Brazil, Hungary, Germany..... Holland, Austria, Ecuador, Romania, Mexico, Belgian and even the state of Texas. Why is this? ....Why wasn't the price of gold going up when it should have....? Repatriating of this gold .... and why the price of gold bottomed out from a high to a pretty good low. What and why did the feds do this?
    The other thing he brings up is that UBS in Switzerland has even cut paid positions dealing with the gold end of things as paper gold is 'risky'.
    OR..... The idea that BASIL 111 has only been around for a month and yet looks at the small changes that have already occurred. It makes you wonder what is to come? BASIL111 is global move to price gold. $2500.... Silver $50....then again next year.....
    Anyhow, a real interesting listen...
    There is no Basel rules needed to begin with Barter with direct commodities and finished goods trading. With barter, there will be barter market forming.
    He who knows nothing is closer to the truth than he whose mind is filled with falsehoods and errors. ~ Thomas Jefferson

  2. #112


    Basel 3: The End Game

    20 Things Banks Will No Longer Get Away With

    1. Insider Trading

    2. Shadow Banking

    3. Ponzi Schemes

    4. Money Laundering

    5. Regulatory Arbitrage

    6. Ghost Assets

    7. Off-Balance Sheet Transactions

    8. Front Running

    9. Window Dressing

    10. Round-Tripping

    11. Phantom Employees

    12. Kickbacks

    13. Loan Churning

    14. Bucketing

    15. Rogue Trading

    16. Ghost Accounts

    17. Market Manipulation

    18. Double-Dealing

    19. Bribery

    20. Shell Companies
    7:01 PM · Nov 20, 2023
    What's the Frequency, Kenneth?


  3. #113

    Default Iso 20220

    The ISO 20022 system is a powerful tool that can be used to prevent the flow of funds to sanctioned entities. By using this system, financial institutions can help to ensure that their funds are not being used to support terrorism, money laundering, or other illegal activities.

    This is why banks are implementing Basel 3 & ISO. Because they work in conjuction with one another. Basel III and ISO 20022 work together in several ways. For example, Basel III requires banks to hold a certain amount of capital in the form of liquid assets. ISO 20022 can help banks to identify and manage their liquidity risk by providing a more transparent and efficient way to track and manage cross-border payments.

    In addition, Basel III requires banks to have a sound risk management framework in place. ISO 20022 can help banks to meet this requirement by providing a more standardized way to collect and analyze data on cross-border payments. This data can be used to identify and assess potential risks, and to develop mitigation strategies.

    This is why It's called "The End Game". This is why you all should seek out financial institutions that have these new features. Your money will be protected, secure, safer, and not abused.

    What's the Frequency, Kenneth?


  4. #114


    The day that politicians ends the taking of bribes is the day the earth stands still. What Basel III really does is make sure everyone is under the complete control of the elite. Make waves and your wealth goes poof. Ask Canadian truckers how it works!
    Do your own due diligence

    I stand united with my friends & family in Canada who seek freedom.

  5. #115


    From what I have seen B3 is a paper tiger.

    The trend has been towards greater surveillance of & control over the general population, with less of each for the large institutions.

    B3 so far, has seemed like little more than the curtain of Oz

    When Salvini first let the cat out of the bag, & claimed B3 to be a stepping stone to a new gold standard, I was encouraged, because he seemed like the kind of guy who would spill those beans. But then, B3 got sidelined a bunch of times, & the teeth of the document never got to take a bite out of anything, so one delay led to another & now we find ourselves further in the future with further consolidation of wealth in fewer hands. We are now left to ask - was Salvini the boy who cried wolf to the elites? Of the chicken little of the masses? As with most things, time will tell.
    Last edited by SilverPalm; 11-25-2023 at 08:54 AM.
    “The Federal Reserve is not currently forecasting a recession.”
    Fed Chairman Ben Bernanke, January 2008
    This is no longer posted in the Fed Minutes of January 2008, but still quoted here - The FOMC minutes still quote MR. Reifschneider. as stating the same thing.

  6. #116


    When some prominent metals writers started telling about Basel III I thought "Finally, the banks will have to stop their bogus balance sheets." Nothing happened. The news about stopped. Then I woke up and realized that it just does not fit their plans to crash the system and reset.
    Metals are for Investors who take more risk with what’s Real, and less with what’s not. Author unknown

  7. #117


    What's the Frequency, Kenneth?


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