Bail ln Or Bail Out? What’s The Difference? Mike Maloney

“Just the term ‘Bail-In’ is a lie. This is something that is a marketing tool to basically… cover up a theft.” – Mike Maloney.

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28 Responses

  1. hotneo7 says:

    Bail in or Bail out…just moving chairs on the Titanic. When international holders of dollars drop it then it makes it way back through hyperinflation. Everyone knows this is going to happen and now companies suddenly feel generous about increasing the minimum wage.

    • GoldSilver (w/ Mike Maloney) says:

      I guess if it was the Titanic, a bail out would be ‘Abandon Ship!’. Whereas a bail in would mean stealing life vests from the elderly and children, and hijacking their lifeboat.

  2. Maria das Santos says:

    On Sunday in Brisbane the G20 will announce that bank deposits are just part of commercial banks’ capital structure, and also that they are far from the most senior portion of that structure. With deposits then subjected to a decline in nominal value following a bank failure, it is self-evident that a bank deposit is no longer money in the way a banknote is. If a banknote cannot be subjected to a decline in nominal value, we need to ask whether banknotes can act as a superior store of value than bank deposits? If that is the case, will some investors prefer banknotes to bank deposits as a form of savings? Such a change in preference is known as a “bank run.”
    It is even worse than we thought,if the bank is termed FAILING then this process kicks in.Our deposits are loans to banks and inferior loans at that!Now how do I get what little money I have out without the Stasi on the till demanding to know about my habits?

    • MrGogert says:

      The full veracity of this story is in question for me. Why? It appears the central source is none other than zerohedge (after doing a google search), which tends to sensationalize the news and in this case is using absolute language like “G20 will announce”. Maybe so, or maybe more doom and gloom porn to get more traffic to their site.
        My question is why doesn Mr. Maloney address the subject directly in a video rather than publish a snipet of what he thinks of “bail ins”. What exactly is he getting at here? Please elaborate Mike!

  3. Monty Burns says:

    In March of 2013, Jim Flaherty, Finance Minister of Canada put into effect Canada’s bail-in (legalized theft) framework. When pressed about the limits of this legislation, he stated “The bail-in scenario described in the Budget has nothing to do with depositors’ accounts and they will in no way be used here. Those accounts will continue to remain insured through the Canada Deposit Insurance Corporation (CDIC), as always.” What he failed to stress is the fact that the CDIC only insures deposits of up-to $100,000 CDN. Any money held in deposit in excess of this figure is subject to theft from the big-banks with the government’s full blessing. He also failed to mention that if they ever declare a bank holiday, it doesn’t matter what your balance is or what you’re insured for…they will place strict daily withdrawal limits (as they did in Cyrpus) which will greatly limit your abilities to spend your own money. If you are a small to medium-sized business owner that needs to keep large amounts of cash on-hand for your daily operations in your chequing account, God help you.

    • GoldSilver (w/ Mike Maloney) says:

      Thanks Monty

    • ArgentPure says:

      As if I believe ANYTHING that Harper and the Conservatives “say”. Harper is the most pro-NWO PM that Canada has ever seen!

    • 50 Ducks In A Hot Tub says:

      And when you tell fellow Canadians what the Harper Gov sneaked into the giant Omni budget bill they look at you like a crazy conspiracy theorist

    • Maha per-ree says:

      +50 Ducks In A Hot Tub Harper is responsible for transforming Canada into a Z.O.G (zionist operated government) The zionist are going to dismantle Canada’s Financial and political institutions. The scam against the hard working Canadian people has begun. Do Canadian, have the right to openly discuss Zionism? The answer is no! There are Canadian citizen in jail for critiquing the Zionist jew war crimes, against the Palestinian women and children that were killed with white phosphorus bombs dropped on these children while they were asleep. Wake Up Canada! Before they start implanting the citizens with  Radio Frequency Identification Device(R.F.I.D. Chips)

  4. Christian Schnur says:

    I believe Brazil did that in 1992 with the president Fernando Collor and result in impeachment.

  5. jganun says:

    A bailout casts a wide net.  They wouldn’t bail out the banks in Cyprus, because Cyprus has no currency of it’s own; it’s part of the €uro zone.  The rest of Europe didn’t want to have to pay for Cyprus.  A bail in is specific to banks in a jurisdiction – only people with bank deposits in Cyprus suffered; the rest of Europe was uninvolved.  And then there’s the issue of all that offshore Russian money in Cypriot banks……

  6. Mat Robertson says:

    @monty burns, you are wrong about canada….had you review the bank recapitalization regime framework put forth by the minister of finance, you would know that deposits and secured debt are specifically exluded from the definition of eligible liabilities. Eligible liabilities only includes some types of long term unsecured senior debt which is tradeable and transferable.

    • Mat Robertson says:

      Remember, knowledge is power! Dont be a sheep and believe something just because someone says it, learn for yourself…the framework for canada is posted on the ministry of finance website….deposits, insured or un-insured are specifically excluded!

  7. Southeastern Ohio Honeybees says:

    I think Mike stated something very accurately here, this was a test to see if they could get away with it and they did. Just like Boston was a test to see if marshal law could be imposed all the while unopposed . See a pattern people?  Not a single person stood up to them, every single one of them cowered down to the enslavement. We’re in big trouble here as the majority of people are to stupid to understand whats taking place around them and more importantly directly to them. 

    • GoldSilver (w/ Mike Maloney) says:

      Most operations are tested in isolation first, analyzed, then adopted for the masses. 

    • Link Knight says:

      +Mike Maloney I heard that australia was the test ground for a moneyless society (100% cards) in the late 80’s early 90’s but it failed (probably due to our east european immigrants love in always dealing in cash).

  8. 1justinbowen says:

    lol notice the star of david on the bank logo at 20 seconds? the slimy tentacles are everywhere.

  9. Jerry mMi says:

    This documentary was great. I’m glad I got my name in the credits by KickStarter.

  10. Hughjarce153 says:

    So take all your money out of this corrupt system while you still can,  it’s a no-brainer, and bring all these criminals down. The monster can’t survive if we don’t feed it, and leaving your money there feeds it, TAKE IT OUT NOW!!!!

  11. hag12100 says:

    Bail in is just another marketing gimmick for bail out. There’s no difference between their actions for bail in or out. Cyprus banking crisis highlight what Europe, the PIIGS, might do when their economy falter more.

  12. mdk29 says:

    John Corzine along with MF Global did the exact same thing. 1.2 billion dollars were taken from customers accounts and no one was prosecuted.

  13. William LittleMoney says:

    Take your money out of the banks ….

  14. ewmism says:

    You put your left Bail In, You put your left Bail Out then Shake it all about – you do the Silver hokey pokey then you turn around – that’s what it’s all about !!

  15. JediNachos says:


  16. indiacharts says:

    India has already announced bail out’s in future for its Public sector banks that are up to their neck in non performing assets. They have not said where the money will come from and when they will do this as many NPAs are not reported yet. Expected bail out by government buying fresh capital of the banks concerned, money either from taxes or the RBI will just print.

  17. Bitcoin Video University says:

    Cyprus was a beta test. Every failing economy is heading towards Cyprus.
    Yes, even you gringos in the U.S.
    It’s not a question of if, but when you join the Banker’s Ball (in your mouth)

  18. Freddy Krueger says:

    bailouts & bonuses

  19. John SmithDE says:

    When the banks fail that would seem to be the best time to change the system. Could it be a government backed and issued money card (short of chipping all of us) or a complete change of currency and if that happens what will happen to the value of gold and silver? Most money today is digital I think the government is going to reformat the system and all the sheeple will wonder what happened.