[viper1] According to the article in Nesaranews, WF was not the only bank hypothecating our money. The UST sent 8 banks money that claimed they were Basil III compliant. They will be audited Monday and if this has been going on the people responsible will be removed. Our money should be available nxt. Week
[snowwolfsdee] redhead1 my question has always been, how can one country/or bank hold up the entire world, the US is not the only country involved in this RV interest
[redhead1] snowwolfsdee - good question - I am not sure since we do not even know the rate for any of the currencies in the basket
[triple777] morning castle just on for a few minutes but I have to admit that I dont buy into one US bank holding the whole world global reset hostage. Neither can I find where china has a 69% stake in wf. there has to be something else clogging the dam. Time will tell IMO
[redhead1] Triple777 - you are right - the entire global reset if it happens is not going to wait for Wells Fargo IMO
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[sunny] Jester reported late last night that money was being pulled out of banks to trade with. Said new Babylon software caught it. It's coming from Japan. Here is Art Cashin, CNBC video, 90 seconds. Art, "Something Strange is Afoot."
[pat] burk50 have you heard any good news
[burk50] Pat I wish
[justbelieve7] hello All Frank's and Jester's and MarkZ posts are very positive IMO
[pat] burk50 well let's see...the last i heard was it will happen more then likely by Tuesday
[kuu] Did anyone read the Nesara post on recaps? I'm not sure about all of it but it's fun to read. It makes me feel sooooo close,LOL. I have to give JM credit, he did break the story about the crooked bankers holding up the RV a day ahead of any other provider.
[childofgod] Robertprofessor Hi Jester said that someone tried to put their hands in the cookie jar, but the system stopped them! All is on track!
[ezmuny] Robertprofessor some one tried to transfer major funds ,system caught it , funds returned ,everything back on track.
[ivy10] childofgod reading a lot of good things this morning. I think we are truly there. Not much longer.
[childofgod] Mitzi Yes it does! The system is working!
[childofgod] ivy10 No not much longer. I truly believe this is our week! :whoohoo:
[ivy10] childofgod me toooooooo
[Robertprofessor] ezmuny Thanks. That's what it sounded like. Do you know if it was a single instance, one bank only or several involved, more than one bank?
[puppylove] Robertprofessor i think it was one and the system caught and corrected it
[ranger5] Robertprofessor Noticed the IQD was listed on UN operational rates....never noticed that before...you think that means anything
[Robertprofessor] ranger5 I had not heard of the IQD showing now at the UN. That has to mean something good ... can't mean anything bad.
[ranger5] Robertprofessor thanks saw it this morning looked last night it wasn't there
[childofgod] Robertprofessor Jester said it was a big amount and I think it was just one incident
[spiritfilled] Robertprofessor good morning sir...Markz felt by the 1st of week on emails..this weekend 50-50 and the system stopped someone trying to get the exchange funds so Jester said it worked beautifully per reports to get money right back for exchange
[Robertprofessor] spiritfilled Sounds too like our money maybe in the banks and ready to pay us, but someone(s) attempted to use it quickly first to make some money before returning it. Does that seem like what was attempted but the new system nailed him/them?
[Robertprofessor] childofgod Good. Then our turn must be close at hand.
[childofgod] Robertprofessor I believe so
[spiritfilled] Robertprofessor it has been on the list for a long time just shows it has not changed since Mar 1, 2010..also what is interesting of the list is that nearly every country on that list is making an adjustment on today June 1st...all are just very minimal but shows things are being adjusted world wide.
[childofgod] spiritfilled agree
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Kev281: Meaning of Chapter VI, VII and VIII
Chapter VI of the United Nations Charter deals with peaceful settlement of disputes. It requires countries with disputes that could lead to war to first of all try to seek solutions through peaceful methods such as "negotiation, enquiry, mediation, conciliation, arbitration, judicial settlement, resort to regional agencies or arrangements, or other peaceful means of their own choice.
" If these methods of alternative dispute resolution fail, then they must refer it to the UN Security Council. Under Article 35, any country is allowed to bring a dispute to the attention of the UN Security Council or the General Assembly. This chapter authorizes the Security Council to issue recommendations but does not give it power to make binding resolutions; those provisions are contained Chapter VII.
Chapter VI is analogous to Articles 13-15 of the Covenant of the League of Nations which provide for arbitration and for submission of matters to the Council that are not submitted to arbitration. United Nations Security Council Resolution 47 and United Nations Security Council Resolution 242 are two examples of Chapter VI resolutions which remain unimplemented.
Chapter VII of the United Nations Charter sets out the UN Security Council's powers to maintain peace. It allows the Council to "determine the existence of any threat to the peace, breach of the peace, or act of aggression" and to take military and nonmilitary action to "restore international peace and security".
Chapter VII also gives the Military Staff Committee responsibility for strategic coordination of forces placed at the disposal of the UN Security Council. It is made up of the chiefs of staff of the five permanent members of the Council.
The UN Charter's prohibition of member states of the UN attacking other UN member states is central to the purpose for which the UN was founded in the wake of the destruction of World War II: to prevent war.
This overriding concern is also reflected in the Nuremberg Trials' concept of a crime against peace "starting or waging a war against the territorial integrity, political independence or sovereignty of a state, or in violation of international treaties or agreements..." (crime against peace), which was held to be the crime that makes all war crimes possible.
Chapter VIII of the United Nations Charter deals with regional arrangements. It authorizes regional organizations (such as NATO) and even requires attempts to resolve disputes through such agencies (if available) prior to intervention by the UN Security Council.
However, Article 53 provides that "no enforcement action shall be taken under regional arrangements or by regional agencies without the authorization of the Security Council." Chapter VIII makes reference to enemy states, which were powers such as Japan and Germany that remained enemies of the UN signatories at the time of the promulgation of the UN Charter (in the closing months of World War II in mid-1945).
There have been proposals to remove these references, but none have come to fruition. Chapter VIII is analogous to Article 21 of the Covenant of the League of Nations, which provides, "Nothing in this Covenant shall be deemed to affect the validity of international engagements, such as treaties of arbitration or regional understandings like the Monroe doctrine, for securing the maintenance of peace."