Bail-In Regimes Have Been Planned For 20 Years According To Documents – MUST WATCH!

Josh Sigurdson talks with author and economic analyst John Sneisen about the 20 year plan for bail-ins. While many claim that bail-ins were only coined around 2010, according to the book ‘The Exchange Stabilization Fund: Slush Money or War Chest?’ by C. Randall Henning, even in the 90s, bail-ins were spoken about on the horizon as a way to pay back debts.

Bail-ins are basically a more severe version of a bail-out where banks empty customers’ bank accounts to pay off their debts. It’s been used in Cyprus, Greece and it’s written right into the budget legislation in Canada.
It appears that governments and banks around the world are planning for mass bank bail-ins, and people like to claim it was the IMF that came up with the idea but the nefarious actions of the ESF (Exchange Stabilization Fund) which includes some of the most powerful, globalist money manipulators on the planet had this idea long ago. With assistance from people like Conrad Black, David Rockefeller, Paul Krugman, Paul Volker and many other familiar globalist names, the ESF operates under the radar and manipulates the markets without answering to anyone.
We will be doing a full fledged report on this terrible entity soon.

Stay tuned for more!

Video edited by Josh Sigurdson

John Thore Stub Sneisen
Josh Sigurdson

Camera work:
John Doull

Graphics by Bryan Foerster and Josh Sigurdson

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