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NWO Rollout Delay: A Failure to Pass EU Bail-In Rules?

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Reposted from: RedefiningGod.com | by Ken

This report came out in the Wall Street Journal today: U.S. Delays Giving Up Oversight of Internet Administrator Icann

“The U.S. Commerce Department on Monday delayed for at least a year its plans to give up oversight of a key component of Internet governance…

Last year, the Obama administration said it planned to transfer Icann oversight to an unspecified group of international stakeholders by September 2015.”

Since placing the internet under “multilateral” control is a key milestone in the NWO’s implementation, this delay is potentially significant. Putting it beside the potential delay in the IMF’s new SDR basket and the talk of delay in the Fed’s interest rate “normalization,” we again face an important question…

Are these delays signs that the globalists are putting off the “Big Move” till 2016, or are they just giving an abundance of justifications / propaganda ammunition to the BRICS in advance of a 2015 move against the US?

This question will be answered next month. Another punt from the Fed on raising interest rates and a deal in Congress that keeps the government running another 6-12 months will be clear signals that the Big Move has been rescheduled for 2016. But should the Fed raise rates or the government shut down, it’s still game on for 2015.

[Update 68 – 18 August 2015]

Are delays in passing bail-in rules the reason things have been pushed back?

During this morning’s infoscan, I came across this: Greek Deposits Become Eligible For Bail-In On January 1, 2016. And this brought to mind something I saw a few months ago: EU regulators tell 11 countries to adopt bank bail-in rules.

Here is an excerpt (with a comment added in brackets)…

>>> The European Commission on Thursday gave France, Italy and nine other EU countries two months to adopt new EU rules on propping up failed banks or face legal action.

The rules, known as the bank recovery and resolution directive (BRRD), seek to shield taxpayers from having to bail out troubled lenders, forcing creditors [depositors are now considered “unsecured creditors”] and shareholders to contribute to the rescue in a process known as “bail-in”. <<<

Since this article is dated May 28, the nations were supposed to pass the new rules by the end of July. Is their failure to do so the reason we are seeing all the talk of delays? It stands to reason that the globalists will want to confiscate all the money they can when they pull the plug on the old system, so they want all the bail-in rules in place before they make the Big Move.

If you live in France, Italy, or one of the nine other nations that hadn’t passed the BRRD rules by May 28, let me know if it has passed yet in your nation and if so, when it takes effect. Send a link to a news report if you can. I can be contacted from the About Me page.

(P.S. – 18 August 2015) – Italy passed it on or about July 3: Italy approves EU “bail-in” measure for bank rescue. But the article offers no implementation date.

(P.S. – 18 August 2015) – I tracked down the original press release from the European Commission, and these are the nations they called out: the Czech Republic, France, Italy, Lithuania, Luxembourg, the Netherlands, Malta, Poland, Romania and Sweden.

(P.S. – 18 August 2015) – Since finding the answer of which nations have adopted BRRD is proving difficult, I’ve decided to go straight to the source. I’ve contacted the European Commission via email and should receive a response in about 3 days.

For the previous updates in this series, click here.

Much love… Ken

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