Homeland Security To Confiscate Bank Safe Deposit Box Contents
While all the other points I mentioned in a previous post
are fairly well documented and discussed elsewhere on the Internet, the
bank information I reported is not. This information is from my own experience
and research. I discovered the disturbing news quite by accident - and by
virtue of its importance, I decided to post my findings here and on a few
What did I hear?
A family member from Irvine, CA (who’s a branch manager
at Bank of America) told us two weeks ago that her bank held a "workshop"
where the last two days were dedicated to discussing their bank’s
new security measures. During these last two days, the workshop included
members from the Homeland Security Office who instructed them on how to
field calls from customers and what they are to tell them in the event of
a national disaster. She said they were told how only agents from Homeland
Security (during such an event) would be in charge of opening safe deposit
boxes and determining what items would be given to bank customers.
At this point they were told that no weapons, cash, gold,
or silver will be allowed to leave the bank - only various paperwork will
be given to its owners. After discussing the matter with them at length,
she and the other employees were then told not to discuss the subject with
The family member has since given her notice to quit the bank.
I found the news alarming and decided to find out more myself.
On a trip to my bank here in Houston, I remarked to a young bank employee
(who’s new there), "well I guess you’ve been told all that
stuff by the manager and the Homeland Security about what to tell your customers"
- and to my amazement, the young woman came right out and said yes she’d
been through all that, then whispered to me across the counter, "but
we’re not supposed to talk about - I could lose my job."
Why haven’t you heard more about this?
First of all, since maybe only banks’ upper management
is privy to the new "rules", the information doesn’t trickle
down so easily.
Also keep in mind that employees have been told NOT to say
anything about this, that it’s a matter of National Security (with
an allusion toward arrest if they do). They face possibly losing their job
too. Another reason is that bank employees may not think it’s important,
or they believe they’re a unique part of the effort towards curtailing
"terrorism" and helping America’s internal defenses.
It is also important to realize that not everyone’s
a writer, or Internet savvy - even if the employees moved beyond their banks’
warnings & constraints, most people don’t know how to get their
experience published on the Web in the public domain - it’s a mystery
they are not familiar with so you never hear their story.
How to get the information yourself:
Visit your bank, ask a few well-worded questions, being careful
not to arouse suspicion - if that doesn’t work, talk to friends and
other family members - maybe they’ve heard something - or as a last
resort, just point blank call the bank manager in private and demand to
know what’s all this business with the Homeland Security deciding
what I can have from my safe deposit box - tell me now or I’ll close
my account today.
I’ll bet if you put forth the effort you’ll get
the answers you want.
What should you do with this information?
I’m not trying to "scare" anyone - just providing
some news I think is relevant to Americans. Each must find his way through
this dark forest - you will do with this information what best suits you
and your loved ones - me personally, I see this as another indicator of
how the criminals in charge over our lives intend to fleece U.S. citizens
completely then dispose of them as only refuse.
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the opinion of the author and is provided for educational purposes only.
It is not to be construed as medical advice. Only a licensed medical doctor
can legally offer medical advice in the United States. Consult the healer
of your choice for medical care and advice.