Bank runs have already begun in Russia. The Russians are flocking to the banks and ATMS, as Russian banks are cut off from The Society for Worldwide Interbank Financial Telecommunication (S.W.I.F.T.). This international system is the main messaging network by which banks process financial transactions worldwide. Global institutions are targeting Russians at a rapid pace. Entire banks are being “canceled” in Russia, and the citizens there will ultimately be the ones who suffer.

People losing faith in banks worldwide

All around the world, people are losing faith in the traditional banking system. When Justin Trudeau announced dictatorial control over Canadian banks and began looting private citizen’s bank accounts, the people of Canada responded by taking their money out of banks en masse. Now Russians are making a run for their money, as Russia is sanctioned and cut off from the Western world and the international banking cartel.

As Russian banks are cut off from SWIFT, they are unable to transfer or receive funds from other banks. This is halting foreign transactions and currency conversions. This not only threatens the solvency of these targeted banks, but it also fuels speculation that the ruble could soon collapse. On Monday, February 28, people across Russia stood in line for hours to get their money out of ATM machines. Lines formed as early as 5AM, as the international community threatened to sanction and shut down the Russian banking system.

“The situation is completely unstable, and sanctions and restrictions on the central bank can only get worse,” said Alexandra Suslina, a budget specialist at the Moscow-based Economic Expert Group. “There’s already a bit of a rush to take money out of ATMs, but no cash machine is designed for the lines that will appear at sanctioned banks.”

As Europe also shuts down its airspace to Russia and stops cash flow coming in, the Bank of Russia may have no choice but to hike interest rates. In just a few days, the exchange rate for rubles to dollars rose from the low 80s to well over 110 rubles per dollar.

Globalists are overplaying their hand by targeting innocent civilians

Right now, globalists are targeting Russian banks and committing their own acts of war against the Russian people. People around the world are learning that these institutions wield significant power over them, as they are subconsciously trained to be compliant in all matters where their financial security is at stake. But by sanctioning entire banks and targeting countless innocent civilians, globalists are overplaying their hand and exposing the corruption and totalitarianism of their influence. The globalists’ war-like actions are decimating public faith in the traditional banking institutions, whether it be in Russia, Canada, Europe or the US. Innocent civilians are being looted either directly through frozen bank accounts or indirectly through currency devaluation, and they are looking to take their money back and invest it where they have more autonomy and where the currency has more tangible value.

All around the world, people are learning that their money is NOT safe in the traditional banking system. If the people in charge of these government and banking institutions see YOU as a threat, they will go after your money, your assets and ban you from their systems. The people of Russia are learning this the hard way. People in Canada are witnessing it as well.

The Canadian government is targeting anyone who financially supports medical freedom and body autonomy rights. The Canadian government is banishing people from public life using vaccine mandates. When those people protest for their lives, careers and future, the Canadian government seizes their assets, arrests, tramples and imprisons them without due process. The same moral and ethical dilemma has been taking place for years in the U.S. as corporations such as PayPal, YouTube, Google and Facebook coordinate with one another to de-platform, de-bank and cancel political opposition or shut down anyone who speaks the truth on important topics such as medical freedom and vaccine choice.

The targeted attacks in Russia, Canada and the US are only the beginning acts of war that will inevitably lead to monumental changes in how people do business and transact with one another around the world.


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