Sunday, March 24, 2013

Lord Stirling's News Blog EUROPE


 Lord Stirling's News Blog EUROPE
Holy Shroud of Turin

Breaking News: Cyprus Bailout: Deal reached in Eurogroup talks ~ link ~ A haircut for the Russian mobsters of 40%!!! Yep, things are going to get really hot now.   Stirling     
Eurozone finance ministers have agreed a deal on a 10bn-euro bailout for Cyprus to prevent its banking system collapsing and keep the country in the eurozone.
Reports suggest the deal will include a levy on deposits of more than 100,000 euros in Cyprus's two biggest banks.
The levy on deposits in Laiki (Popular) Bank - the country's second-biggest - could be as high as 40%, reports say.



Anonymous said...

just 4 mins of the truth...and its coming fast....

Anonymous said...


Another Gold Shortage? Dutch ABN To Halt Physical Gold Delivery!!!

Based on a letter to clients over the weekend, it appears Dutch megabank ABN Amro is changing its precious metals custodian rules and "will no longer allow physical delivery." Have no fear, they reassuringly add, your account will be settled at the bid or offer price in the 'market' and "you need to do nothing" as "we have your investments in precious metals."

letter came in email form while cyprus was the headlines...

massive collect call from russia?? triggered panic as they could not make the trade call???where is the gold??

best comment of the day on this story!!

I'm actually starting to think that the 'Annunaki' have airlifted most of the gold off this planet & we're left here to duke it out with joobux for having not bowed down to "Zod" the lizard lord at some critical moment in history...

might not be far wrong eh???

Anonymous said...


Have The Russians Already Quietly Withdrawn All Their Cash From Cyprus?

While ordinary Cypriots queued at ATM machines to withdraw a few hundred euros as credit card transactions stopped, other depositors used an array of techniques to access their money.

No one knows exactly how much money has left Cyprus' banks, or where it has gone. The two banks at the centre of the crisis - Cyprus Popular Bank, also known as Laiki, and Bank of Cyprus - have units in London which remained open throughout the week and placed no limits on withdrawals. Bank of Cyprus also owns 80 percent of Russia's Uniastrum Bank, which put no restrictions on withdrawals in Russia. Russians were among Cypriot banks' largest depositors