Bailout Failure! Bank Runs Drain $550 Billion In Deposits In One Week – Are we Looking at an Infrastructure Collapse that will be Blamed on “Cyber Attacks”?
After a brief reprieve of declining bank evaluations yesterday (Thursday March 16, 2023) due to some of America’s largest banks stepping forward to provide an infusion of $30 billion for San Francisco's troubled First Republic Bank, considered the next FDIC bank about to collapse, the financial system took another hit today in the Stock Market as it lost confidence in the ability of the larger banks to step forward and bail out smaller banks. If anything, it appears more likely that the criminal banking cartel is about to consolidate their power by driving the smaller banks out of business. And in the midst of bank runs and declining bank valuations this week, the Corporate Media published reports about possible cyber attacks being launched by Russia, according to a "research report" published by Microsoft. Big Tech, which we previously reported is now controlling the country's infrastructure in Ukraine, is also mostly running the operations for the U.S. military today. So when you discuss private companies who receive $billions from the U.S. Government in defense contracts today, you need to add Microsoft, Amazon.com, Google, and Elon Musk's Starlink, and other tech companies to the list of traditional private defense contractors such as Lockheed Martin, Raytheon, Northrop, etc. If the U.S. Government cannot stop the bank runs and the collapse of the banking system, will they just turn to Big Tech to shut down the entire system, either by taking down the Internet or the electrical power grids, or both, and then blame it on Russia and use it as an excuse to start the World Economic Forum's "Great Reset" agenda?