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Planned European Bank Run on December 7, 2010 -- Pearl Harbor Day?

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"European Bank Run on 7th December 2010

The French want to break their banks by withdrawing their money on December 7th.

French activists call for a Europe-wide and joint account termination on 7 December 2010

"Everyone should get his money from the account."

What does this protest?
In France the last few weeks has been enough protest. Since demonstrating in the street have brought us nothing we understand that the real power lies in the hands of international banks and corporations.

All citizens of the country resolve your accounts in cash. The activists suggest, one can first put the money in a suitcase or invest it in a social bank.

So far 7000 people have signed up

You up next America"

banque stop - Stop the Banks - Stop the Banks 7.Dec 2010
http://translate.google.com/translate?hl=en&sl=de&u=http://stopbanque.blogsport.de

LINK:
http://www.huffingtonpost.com/social/breakingpoint/elections-2010-live-updates_n_774115_65345108.html

A coordinated bank run to replace the general strikes in Europe and particularly France is purportedly scheduled for Pearl Harbor Day, which seems strange since France was in its second year of NAZI occupation at the time of the Pearl Harbor attack.  If the strikers really wanted to make an impact why would they announce the date of the bank run ahead of time?  This doesn't pass the smell test, but this is about France and possibly the PIIGS so it might be true...

(PIIGS is an acronym that was first used during the 1990's to refer to the southern nations that are part of the euro zone. The nations are the following: Portugal, Italy, Ireland, Greece and Spain. The term became popular during the 2007-2010 financial crisis, as these economies had high government deficits compared to other euro zone nations.)

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