24 Responses to Italy’s bank reportedly takes a ‘Roman Holiday’ leaving depositors holding the bag

  1. Ellen Truax says:

    The insane are running the asylum!!!!
    God help us all..


  2. nickk0 says:

    Maybe this is the New MODERN way of doing banking !!! 😐


  3. Irene C says:

    Definitely not good. Here in the U.S., most places including Social Security and most jobs, require people to have direct deposit. I have been tempted to withdraw my money and just use money orders, but then I would have to depend on our postal service which is also cutting back on services. How much longer before we are required to use a unified system (the Mark perhaps?) in order to survive? In God (Jesus) I trust.



    • DrMikePT says:

      Pull out your money from the banks and have enough in there only to pay your bills. Buy something tangible (beans, bullets and bullion) and of value while these fiat currencies still have value. Read up on the real NESARA (National Economic Security And Reformation Act) not Bush’s crony NESARA (National Economic Stabilization And Recovery Act). It is the new economy waiting to go online. We all know the current system doesn’t work and we need the old to fail to usher in the new system.


    • Mel says:

      Amen to that!!!! Still, I believe it is best to withdraw funds when deposited. Better to have cold, hard cash than to be reliant upon a digital currency. And, yes, Lord Jesus, come quickly!!!! That is the only thing we can trust, Jesus and the Father’s Plan. G-d Bless.


    • Dennis E. says:

      Irene C.: Dennis E. Here: Complimenting DrMikePT comment: IT CAN AND WILL PROBABLY WILL HAPPEN HERE. It has happen in this countries history before and probably manipulated. I think we should be able to live about 2-3 weeks on our personal resourses that we have stored and also being mobile in that you can throw that stuff in some plastic sturdy containers and relocate with other family members if necessary.
      This could steamroll and get real ugly……..


  4. ONTHEMARK55 says:

    Make no mistake, there will be no forewarning of bank closures, what’s the point, they won’t have any money and if they did, what would it be worth. When the economy collapses would you trade food and water for a barrel full of dollars? No, no you wouldn’t. So buy food and water now. Modern way of Banking? October 1929 ring a bell? IN GOD We(should)TRUST!


  5. Dan Sherwood says:

    I would expect this to be a very slow rolling snowball. It seems just a bit early for the major collapse just yet. I would think things will kind of hold together at least until the start of the Olympics, then that may be time for some big distraction that moves rapidly to the US. (just my opinion)


  6. I cursed Italy for bombing Libya and the murders of innocent civilians and so there is no punishment high enough for Italians and other Europeans who are complicit in the murder of Libyans and others over the years using the auspices of NATO to carry out Imperialist intentions.

    It is a great thing that Europe suffers for its crimes against Humanity and Europe can cry all it wants but nothing will save it now (well at least I am hoping and praying).

    I will continue to pray for the collapse of Europe and US and the nation that I live in Australia.
    True to say that I will starve along with my own countrymen, but it will be great knowing that those dumb, selfish uncaring Party Political countrymen will be going down with me.

    I will then smile and pray to God thanking Him for showing his glory.

    Come on Appocalypse give us all you have so that the wheat is separated from the chaff and we can start all over again as what has happened time and time again since the beginning of man.

    Only when people suffer pain will they awake from their sleep and see the world for what it really is and might actually vote independent candidates into power, who will truly represent us.
    The Party system hopefully will then be crushed worldwide.

    Stephen Olof Wikblom…Sheep Shearer…Australia


    • ONTHEMARK55 says:

      Slow my friend, render unto Ceaser…….let Satan have his short reign(satan want’s us angry), let LOVE guide you HEART lest thee, Wise Sheep Shearer, NIck the LAMB!:)


  7. isis2012 says:

    The first domino has fallen


  8. BB says:

    There needs to be confirmation from more than one bank that Italy is closing depositor accounts. If this is not just a one bank bankruptcy then a panic can easily occur


  9. A says:

    The survivalists recommend you keep at least $1K at home, in case of emergency. Sounds like it would’ve helped these people, at least a little.


  10. Adelaida says:

    Many countries have no local banks


  11. tunerp says:

    Hello Alvin,if this is the case and this article says a lot then why is there never anything in any of the media or papers.I am in the UK and there is nothing,I repeat nothing in the GUARDIAN or any of the better papers.Surely some gravitas would be offered to the public by publshing such urgent details such as the closure of this Italien Bank.It is that any exposure to the public would cause panic.If so, then when and should it happen and spread to other Global banks then it will ‘hit the fan’.
    Any brief comments would be extremely welcome from anyone.
    Best Wishes


  12. tunerp says:

    Thank you Alvin for your honest comments.I think it is genuine or a perfect forgery.However,the media can and still does hide what the public should not know.Could be a media blackout to avert panic.The UK papers are very good at concealing articles.As for Uncle Sam I could not comment.Thanks again Alvin and I really appreciate it.


  13. tunerp says:

    Maybe there is something in it after all.This link is in German but you can translate it.

    Best Wishes


    • Irene C says:

      Thank you for this article tunerp. Very telling. I also discovered that my German is no way near what it used to be. (And neither is my mother’s.) Regardless, whether this article is currently true or not, it is coming. As for having 1K at home, good idea – but – I haven’t seen 1K at one time in years. I always kept money at home, but that and my savings dwindled rapidly the last time I lost my job. I still do keep cash at home, but not nearly enough for a long term stay.


  14. August says:

    Here is the 31st May announcement from that Italian bank itself, published on their site:



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