Ok, let's look at your questions logically. First - but in no particular order - what if the "government" is complicit in the theft? what if both "the government AND the depositors are both thieves? contrary to popular fiction there IS no honor among thieves and they will freely steal from one another given the chance or to escape some necessity. It might sound like I'm answering a question with a question but it is, of course, rhetorical.<quoted text>
If so, and if there is proof, why not prosecute the thieves instead of the government becoming thieves themselves?
In the case of Cyprus, a glorified military base with a few banks stuck in for local color, the country has no other industry or means of income than banking and the military bases. That's kind of a red flag right there. I think I saw one of you blathering on about all the natural gas under it, which, given the nature of banking in the country, is not all that hard to believe, however, it would appear that fracking out the natural gas would cause the island to sink into the ocean thereby defeating any advantage the gas might have provided in the first place so let's discount that alternative. Plus, it would likely flood Greece or someplace and that would only serve to energize flack who's always alert to the possibility of a new crisis and we don't want that, do we? Good GOD I forgot about the impact such a a disaster would have on carol!
The proofs you mention are myriad. But foremost among them is their location. Why would a depositor keep his or her or their money in a bank 3,000 miles from home? So you could get a tan on your way to the ATM? to share the wealth with the less fortunate? No, no, no, Cyprus is a tax-haven; a place where even squares can have a ball, so to speak. If your suggestion is that Cyrus, or Aruba, or the Caymans, or that island chain in the Pacific where there are literally no human beings just a shed with some servers in it,(less than the predicted 34.5 we've heard so much about, is just a nice place to keep your cash then I think even carol can see the weakness in your argument.
Those places exist for crooks. Crooks like you possibly? There is no other reason for them to be there. Now, I suppose it could be argued that since each "country" gets to make it's own laws, and since the laws those places made don't actually forbid tax evasion, that those unlucky depositors in Cyprus were robbed. But who robbed them? The Cypriot government? Obama? There IS no Cypriot government, save the banks, and doubtless the Obama's are too engaged spending taxpayer dollars in the Bahamas to care much about it all.
You'll need not only learn how to write complete sentences, I'm afraid, but also how to frame an argument so you don't just appear utterly stoopid.