Silicon Valley Bank is shut down by regulators in biggest bank failure since Global Financial Crisis
Is this shutdown a legit whitehat response to financial corruption that was uncovered or is it a blackhat effort to hide payments made to Silicon Valley for all their censorship work?
When our financial system starts to crumble, the FDIC does not have enough money to ensure all the banks. From what I read is they only have enough money to ensure 1% of all the bank deposits.
FDIC has $125 Billion in total.
The FDIC insures over $10 trillion of deposits in U.S. banks.
That equates to aprox 1%. If there is a collapse across all banking systems, 99% of the people will get screwed.
You have to wonder, are they shutting down specific banks first so the people at the top get their money out of the FDIC before the rest of us get screwed?
I have always believed this movie will not come to an end until the current financial system is destroyed. Ridding ourselves of the current money printers is crucial, the Federal Reserve. They are taxing us to death on money printed from thin air, sending our wealth back to the Rothchilds who then pay the globalists to enslave us.
We have heard lots of rumbling about a coming recession. I think it will be much worse than that. I have said in the past, the scare event could be people blocked from their money. If we go into a hyperinflationary event or there is a Dominoe collapse of all the banks, everyone will be awake at that point.
We have a lot of evidence coming out right now, how do you gain everyone's attention and say, "Hey look at this"? A financial collapse would certainly grab everyone attention, .....now lets show you the extent of the corruption.
Will SVB bank closure be the first Dominoe? Its coming but when?
looks like the FDIC will need to divert some of that Ukraine handout...
Doubtful, I don't think people understand how fractional banking works. Congrats, all these people with millions, in some cases billions, of dollars now get their Full FDIC insurance payout of $250K. Meaning a loss of 75%+ in pretty much every case.
So the millionaires and billionaires are losing at minimum 75% of their capital (if they have exactly $1 Million invested). In most cases it'll be a loss of at least 97.5% since institutions like this require at least $10 million in capital before they'll take you on as a client.
So now that the evil billionaires have lost almost their entire fortune, what will they do with the meager $250K they've siphoned off? Where will they put it? Can't keep cash like that lying around on pallets like a mafia movie or cartoon.
So where will they put it if every other bank is gonna collapse? Therein lies the problem with theories like this, They don't understand how the current financial system actually works.
They buy real assets. They've known its coming, look at the spike in REAL things. Silicon valley is nothing but a house of cards.
First of all, that still doesn't account for them losing 97.5% of their assets. You can't even buy a house in most places for $250K anymore.
Second of all, wonderful, assume they buy a few houses in the Ghetto, or some gold/silver. Now what? How do they LIVE while the financial system collapses?
How do they buy anything to live? Basic necessities? All of their capital is in illiquid real assts, so how do they fund their continued existence? And if they're going to try and keep massive amounts of physical cash on hand, then that's just painting a target on their back for everyone to rob so they can feed their families.
I'm not saying Silicon Valley isn't a house of cards, that much is obvious. I'm saying that there's no way to make a rug pull out of this where the cabal stooges and Billionaires/MIllionaires get all their money and the rest of us get left holding the empty bag.
Everyone involved will lose, that's the point. It's the "Great Reset" for a reason. Or at least they want it to be.
Honestly, I don't see this being as spectacular as everyone seems to think it will be. It probably won't be a full financial collapse, as there ARE moderately safe places to put money. Credit Unions, Savings and Loan Associations, etc.
Places that are far more localized and heavily regulated. Saving and Loans Associations in particular are probably the safest institutions at the moment since they more or less are forbidden from partaking in the fractional banking system.
They have to have their deposits on hand at all times unless loaned out, and they're only allowed to make loans to bank members, and even then 80% or their loans are required to be mortgaes while no more than 20% can be personal loans (Credit lines, regular loans, Auto loans, etc.) thus most of them usually just keep around 50%~ of their deposits on hand and loan out the other 50 split between 90-10 with mortgages and personal loans for their members.
Credit unions, likewise are pretty safe too since they're owned by their members and similarly aren't allowed to lend or invest the money outside of approved investments in Bonds, real estate, etc. And they also have similar requirements for liquid capital on hand since they typically aren't as involved in the fractional banking system as commercial banks.
If neither are available, a local bank that isn't part of a larger system will minimize losses. You MAY get hit if the whole system collapses, but you'll be safer than going with a big Wall Street bank.
Basically, it's not going to be a total collapse. The only people in real danger are the massive overleveraged commercial banks who have been cabal entities for decades anyway. If you stick with local/regional financial institutions, then the danger and risk is gradually reduced the more localized and client oriented you get.
Where is the “most affordable housing market” in the U.S. and world? Why?
It is Racine, Wisconsin.
Who has been purchasing the land and housing?
The Truth about Racine has been shared since the beginning.
The connections to Silicon Valley Community Foundation and Bank have been shared since the beginning.
Racine is the Root that connects every branch of the Agenda. Why?
Expose the Root.
does it have to do with this? https://www.wpr.org/foxconn-partners-we-energies-2-000-panel-solar-project
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A few rebuttals.. 97.5% of assets. They control the means of production. Do you think a trillionaire cares about losing a few billion in their bank to solidify power and control? Their assets are in gold/silver/real estate/production. If things get bad, people will work for food, thus still providing them with food and services. I think that covers all of your arguements.
See there's one VERY vital difference between what you're probably thinking of (Venezuela and the like) and the United States. Guns. We not only still have guns, but have more than any other point in history thanks to the past few years.
When people get desperate, they get violent before prostrating themselves. Look at every example of a complete disaster scenario in the past 100 years. The most recent would be all the Hurricanes in the Gulf where it's commonplace for people to rob each other at gun point, and rob the wealthy or people who weren't hit for basic necessities before they'll start prostrating themselves like peasants for a meager subsistence.
Going back even further, you have the Great Depression, which is the same era that bank robbers and bandits became commonplace. Again, because people get violent before anything else.
So no, people won't be "working for food" any time soon. They'll steal it and rob people before that happens.
Likewise, it does NOT cover all my arguments. I have YET to hear a single argument about how all of these cabal billionaire stooges will fund their own lifestyle and basic necessities if they lose their entire fortune.
"They buy real assets" isn't a valid argument. How will they buy food, water, etc. with ZERO cash? And it's not like Jeff Bezos or Mark Zuckerberg have any survival skills.
Besides, we all know the areas they live (affluent upper class gated communities) will be the first ones to get hit when the "food riots" happen. It already has. Look at when BLM was rioting and Hollywood "elite" suburbs were invaded and raided and they freaked out about it.
FUTHERMORE, I hate to break it to people, but the billionaires of the world DO NOT control the majority of real assets. That's the whole point of the great reset. They WANT TO but don't. If you look at pretty much "real asset" Class (Real Estate, Gold, Silver, Land, agricultural products/livestock, etc.), the overwhelming majority of them, percentage wise, is owned by private citizens.
The cabal's real wealth is held in the stock market. That's why it's so heavily manipulated. By manipulating stock prices behind closed doors, they can essentially "print money" for themselves with stupidly explosive returns. Ever wonder why tech companies have absurd growth levels (500%+ annually)?
It's because of all the string pulling behind the scenes to more or less generate capital for the cabal. So when the stock market falls, they fall too. That's why they've been desperately trying to cause a real estate crash before they stock market crash. So they could try and buy up as many real estate assets to replace their stock capital when it crashed and burned.
But things didn't work out like that. It's looking more and more like the stock market is going first, which means they'll all be screwed and have pretty much no capital to force their great reset to happen.
So no, not a single one of my points has been countered. They all still stand, but this is still good news, since it just means that the cabal and all their stooges are screwed. Normal people will probably be hit a bit, they're not going to lose everything like the billionaire cabal stooges.
well said kind sir. And what this bank collapse will do is allow other larger banks to sweep up the good assets for cheap. That's why we will see further defaults. They want it all.
I’m not going to dispute the points you made, they are pretty much valid. But I will point out that you are making an assumption that the failure of this bank = wipe out of every dime over the FDIC limit. This isn’t the case.
This is a failure on paper. Much like the “liquidity crisis” in the 08 financial meltdown. Though it differs in that government didn’t come in and force them to write down performing assets on their books like they did for no reason other than to create the problem in 2008.
People with FDIC coverage will get their money. Unless someone ran off with all of their deposits, they should still have them. Fractional reserve banking means that they have liabilities exceeding their assets. Failing means their liabilities grossly exceed their permitted leverage. But even if over leveraged, what they got is still worth something.
This is no different than a large corporate bankruptcy. Ya, some people might get a haircut. But overall, most will make it out with something substantial if not entirely whole.
Frankly, the excuses proffered in MSM about how their bonds were killed by Fed rate hikes smells iffy. Like iffy as in probably not why. But if this is true (it is theoretically possible) what better way to shed that liability than going into receivership?
I bet Warren Buffet lets FDIC part these guys out and he comes in to pick up the best pieces. Would be par for the course. I don’t think Warren has made a deal on its merits for 30+ years. Always crony capitalism. Same way he got the railroads and Wells Fargo. Not because he’s smart. Because he is on their team.
But if it is a company who bailed out of the market and dumped its assets into SVB and the companies (there were 37,4xx accounts over $250K with average balances of $4.5m each) lose all their cash expect many to fail...
I had no idea how this actually worked. I did believe that a person could have several accounts up to the insured amount and they would be okay.
It's one person, per bank. So all of your accounts combined at every bank you deal with is covered up to $250K (or $500K if you're married, but that's still $250K per person).
Meaning if you have a savings account, a checking account, a money market account, and a CD account at a single bank, all of them have a combined insurance of $250K ($500K for married couples).
There are ways to extend this by using services that split up your money between banks and credit unions across the country so that each bank has no more than $250K in it, while you can access the full amount from your designated home bank. But the insurance coverage doesn't change, and there's a limited number of banks in the US.
Quick search says that there are currently 4,746 commercial banks in the US. At $250K a piece the maximum conceivable coverage a person could achieve is $1,186,500,000, which is enough to cover 103 people using OP's numbers for how much cash the FDIC has on hand. And that's having it split evenly, which we all know would never happen.
People like Gates, and Bezos are gonna get a bigger chunk of the pie (assuming they get any), and that's not even getting into the shadowy overlords pulling the strings behind the scenes.
Besides this, most billionaires don't have this much cash lying on hand anyhow. The majority of ultrawealthy people have almost their entire fortune tied up in the stock market.
In the grand scheme of things, Real Estate, Precious metals, etc. are not the favored investment of the ultra wealthy. They don't deliver explosive returns over a short period of time and there's very few (if any) ways to manipulate their value or price by using elaborate schemes.
The complete opposite is true of stocks and equities, where it's so easy to manipulate values, that it's basically child's play.
There's a reason most cabal stooges are tech bros or stock market manipulators, while most "good billionaires" (Like Trump), are heavily invested in actual real asstes. There's also a reason why they're that people who earned their fortune honestly (again Trump), are generally 20-30 years older than cabal stooge billionaires. Because it takes longer to build things when you don't have the cabal backing you up.
EDIT: I feel I should also point out that "Maximum possible coverage" isn't really feasible either, since not all 4,746 banks in the united states participate in in these account splitting services, nor is it realistic sicne most ultra wealthy will have large accounts at private wealth banks and commerical banks due to their resources and investment programs. Take JP Morgan, they require a minimum investment of $10 Million to be a client in their private banking services. So that's at least $10 Million that can't be split between other banks for FDIC insurance. And most clients will have MUCH more than the minimum investment held in their accounts.
There's a reason that all these wallstreet banks have ridiculously high assets on their sheets. It's because all the cabal billionaire wealth is concentrated in like, 100 banks and investment firms in the country. They rarely, if ever, venture out into smaller banks, even for protection.
A very detailed explanation, thanks.
And a company is legally one person.... So company accounts.......
Ah yes, so Microsoft, Apple, Amazon and maybe a few others can come out unscathed since they all have $20-50 Billion in cash and cash equivalents. Or you know, just Berkshire Hathaway since Warren Buffet is sitting on a $100 Billion+ pile of liquid cash right now. Meaning literally every other company/Billionaire is screwed like the rest of us, while either Berkshire Hathaway or 3-4 Tech Companies come out unscathed. There's literally no way of making this mathematically work. Especially when most publicly traded companies assets are known.
MAYBE someone like the Koch Brothers (whichever one is still living) could get away with this by using not just US banks, but international banks as well since Koch industries is privately held and thus not subject to the same regulations as publicly traded companies. But even then, there's still not enough liquidity for all the cabal billionaire stooges and cabal companies to siphon off money from the Bank Insurance system and come out without a scratch.
It's mathematically impossible.
I imagine that a few of the big tech firms had accounts at SVB... But also imagine that they were some of the early withdrawals that helped send SVB into its death spiral... The numbers I cited were from the end if 2022...
Major Silicon Valley company here. We do not. Almost all of our cash reserves are in government securities or corporate securities, almost none are in actual banks.
Repos and such? My basis for the above is companies like Apple tend to snap up a lot of start ups either to protect their position or to accentuate their pipeline.
Were I in charge od Acquisitions I would consider an account at a VC heavy bank simply as a source of information...dangling a big Apple deposit in front of a banker trying to advance might get you an " I can't reveal that, but a certain company is killing it, or they are highly leveraged..."
They will invest in learning how to mine for coal.
Trump predicted this.
Fiat money is fake. It is just 1s and 0s, barely even paper anymore. There is no such thing as "not enough money".
How ironic that yesterday was anniversary of the Emergency Banking Act which FDR signed on 3/9/33. This act also created the FDIC.
BOOM - Bank Out Of Money
Several posts on p.win right now about Wells Fargo not showing deposits and having other problems. Connection?
Charles Schwab too.
i agree with u/rc22 anon, you better make sure your history doesn't dox yourself or delete this.
I dont think my history does
ssshhhh, not so loud, someone will hear you
Suicide weekend for those tech/commie bastards who "had" north of $250K with Silicon Valley Bank?
Rich techie here. (a) Most of my net worth is in assets, not cash. (b) The cash that I do have (around $400k for a home renovation) is spread across my brokerage and regular bank. I didn't use SVB as they didn't have a good app for management.
March madness heating up.🔥
It’s gonna be scary to watch what happens on Monday as it gets revealed how much money companies have lost. I just can’t imagine… buckle up!
FDIC had a meeting just a few weeks ago in which they laughed that we were on the verge of collapse. Only the "need to know" would find out the collapse was upon us. The serfs would find out on a Friday evening, much like Office Space firings.
If you want to see how the FDIC really "insures" deposits, please read "The Creature from Jekyl Island"
I hade $600k in there. Idk what to do. Pls help.
That bank was ‘woke’… you know the saying
Only $21B of $176B of deposits are insured.... How much cash/assets does SVB have left?
The uber rich go into debt to buy assets.
From there they generate cash flow.
The problem right now for them is that inflation is still running high and they just had a wipe of money they could have used as down payments on new properties.
The house of cards is coming down fast for those that are over leveraged into debt and have their money parked in zombie companies and fraudulent banks.
Outstanding post, well written..thank you.
Got my veggies growing
It happened on a Friday as discussed by this FDIC meeting and Alaska Prepper
financial collapse + nuclear war would be pretty scary
Phase 6 of the ISDA contracts. Look up AMCBiggums on YouTube