Cyprus delays vote on tax raid on savings

Mar 18, 2013 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: mysanantonio.com

Cypriot President Nicos Anastasiades, left, and President of the Parliament Yiannakis Omirou walk toward the parliament following a meeting in capital Nicosia, Cyprus, Monday, March 18, 2013.

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A Professor

Turku, Finland

#1 Mar 18, 2013
A Professor blogger reports for public awareness;

It's very crucial for every nations to stand for the noble uprising in the Syria that combatting the neo Nazi doomed regime of Bashar.

Thus stand for although imply to noble uprising in the Iraq and definitely it imply for all other free nations who are staging uprising for the love, freedom and prosperity.

The nations of the free world is at the position of test. Any deliberate failure will implicates severe consequences on the world whether for now and in the future.

It's time to stop unjustified hesitations and it's time, to step up, for true support to the noble uprising in the Syria by all necessary means and by every possible means.

The noble uprising in the Syria is prevailing and soon the neo Nazi-criminal regime of Bashar will be ended.

Therefore, the future of the noble Syria is promising. The delightful expectations are on the basis of the outcome of the Noble Syrian's uprising.

Therefore, it's very joyful expectations that the Free Syrian Army will form administrative and ministerial formation in the first of two years for providing the necessary civil and security services to the people.

Althoght, the Free Syrian Army will implement a program that design for the rebuilding efforts in periodical time of three years. The Free Syrian Army wil maintains the assistance and will implement the protection for the civil services during the time of the first five years.

Duplication was necessary made.
WealthResdistrib ution

Bryn Mawr, PA

#2 Mar 18, 2013
This is what the mindset of something a socialist or dictator would do. If you think the US is far behind you are fooling yourself.

WEALTH REDRISTRIBUTION period. No socialism, communism or taxation but WEALTH REDISTRIBUTION-what's yours is mine. You are working or saving for yourself.

What's bad about this is that is like those minimum balance fees many banks charge/penalize you with. It's extortion-if you want to save your money you have to give us some-this is exactly what gangsters do. I think it's called racketeering. They could literally tax/tank your bank into oblivion and then what.
Sheik Yerbouti

New Hope, PA

#3 Mar 18, 2013
Why not just seize the assets of the banksters that caused the problem?

Since: Feb 07

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#4 Mar 18, 2013
WealthResdistribution wrote:
This is what the mindset of something a socialist or dictator would do. If you think the US is far behind you are fooling yourself.
WEALTH REDRISTRIBUTION period. No socialism, communism or taxation but WEALTH REDISTRIBUTION-what's yours is mine. You are working or saving for yourself.
What's bad about this is that is like those minimum balance fees many banks charge/penalize you with. It's extortion-if you want to save your money you have to give us some-this is exactly what gangsters do. I think it's called racketeering. They could literally tax/tank your bank into oblivion and then what.
http://rt.com/business/cyprus- bailout-bank-tax-deposits-401/ and if that doesn't work. The US Senate should pay attention.
two2tango

Bryn Mawr, PA

#5 Mar 18, 2013
WealthResdistribution wrote:
This is what the mindset of something a socialist or dictator would do. If you think the US is far behind you are fooling yourself.
WEALTH REDRISTRIBUTION period. No socialism, communism or taxation but WEALTH REDISTRIBUTION-what's yours is mine. You are working or saving for yourself.
What's bad about this is that is like those minimum balance fees many banks charge/penalize you with. It's extortion-if you want to save your money you have to give us some-this is exactly what gangsters do. I think it's called racketeering. They could literally tax/tank your bank into oblivion and then what.
a correction; You are NOT working or saving for yourself.

Also this has caused a run on the banks so now you will penalized just because you were slow in getting to the bank when you normally wouldn't have to.

http://beforeitsnews.com/eu/2013/03/cyprus-pa...

This is one small European country that affected the US stock market now matter how little or long.
monday

Toronto, Canada

#6 Mar 18, 2013

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