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#1 Mario Milano

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Posted 19 June 2017 - 05:44 PM


Diane Feinstein Sponsered Senate Bill Senate 1241 to Force Citizens to Register Cash Not in a Bank, Violators Get 10 Years in Prison

Posted by DTOM on June 18, 2017 at 9:05am

Senate Bill to Force Citizens to Register Cash Not in a Bank, Violators Get 10 Years in Prison

Claire Bernish
June 17, 2017
http://thefreethough...ts-cash-seized/

A new bill seeks to track your money and assets incessantly, will enjoin any business with government ties to act as a de facto arm of DHS, and would steal all of your assets including Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies should you fail to report funds when traveling with over $10,000.

Under the guise of combating money laundering, Senate Bill 1241 - https://www.congress...l/1241/text#...- Combating Money Laundering, Terrorist Financing, and Counterfeiting Act of 2017, ramps up regulation of digital currency and other autocratic financial controls in an attempt to ensure none of your assets can escape one of the States most nefarious, despised powers: civil asset forfeiture.

All of this under the farcically broad umbrella of fighting terrorism.

Civil forfeiture grants the government robbery writ large: your cash, property, and assets can be stolen completely sans due process, your guilt frequently pertaining to drug crimes matters not.

A court verdict of not guilty doesnt even guarantee the return of State-thefted property.

In fact, the government can seize virtually whatever it wants if it so much as suspects some of your assets might have been acquired through or used in the commission of even lesser crimes.

For some time, a war on cash has been brewing behind the closed doors of government, and although officials prefer to claim counterfeiting, terrorism, and money laundering as the impetus for asset tracking in actuality, physical currency facilitates black market and untaxed transactions, and, most imperatively to the U.S., cannot be thefted under civil asset forfeiture laws as easily as money exchanged digitally.

Characterized as an effort to to improve the prohibitions on money laundering, and for other purposes, the bill severely curtails the right to travel freely, without undue hindrance, as travelers with more than $10,000 in assets including those held digitally, like Bitcoin must file a report with the U.S. government.

Noncompliance with the tyrannical law including failing to fill out the aforementioned form would incur penalties befitting a fascist dictatorship: an individual could find the entirety of their assets seized, not just those unreported, and could be locked in a prison cage for up to ten years.

To be clear, the State wants to write a permission slip to seize all of your assets bank accounts, including, specifically, safety deposit boxes, prepaid cards, gift cards, prepaid phones, prepaid coupons, cryptocurrencies, all of it even for being remiss in reporting what youre traveling with.

Considering ones digital assets veritably follow wherever that travel takes them, a cryptocurrency portfolio would theoretically have to be reported each time that person travels outside the confines of the U.S.

Of course, the legislation in actuality just amends laws pertaining to assets and travel already considered dictatorial right now, failure to fill out the form carries not just the penalty of seizure, but a sentence of up to five years behind bars.

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And if that werent enough, this bill also gives them with new authority to engage in surveillance and wiretapping (including phone, email, etc.) if they have even a hint of suspicion that you might be transporting excess monetary instruments, Simon Black of SovereignMan.com reports.

Usually wiretapping authority is reserved for major crimes like kidnapping, human trafficking, felony fraud, etc.

Now we can add cash to that list.

But it wouldnt just be the government hawkishly surveilling your every transaction, as, essentially, all retailers would be roped into becoming State spies any business selling gift or prepaid cards would be required to report those, too.

Worse and in defiance of current structures pertaining to digital currency the government wishes to somehow require issuers of cryptocurrencies into its abhorrent, ostensive money-laundering police spy ring.

According to the legislation, reports Smaulgold.com, the Secretary of Homeland Security and the Commissioner of U.S. Customs and Border Protection must, within 18 months of the legislations passage, devise a border protection strategy to interdict and detect prepaid access devices, digital currencies, or other similar instruments, at border crossings and other ports of entry for the United States, including an assessment of infrastructure needed [emphasis added] to carry out the strategy []

http://12160.info/pr...to-force-citize
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#2 Mario Milano

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Posted 19 June 2017 - 05:46 PM

Your cash has to be in a jew bank according to a jew senator.....do you yanks not see a jew problem yet?
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Posted 19 June 2017 - 06:00 PM

Your cash has to be in a jew bank according to a jew senator.....do you yanks not see a jew problem yet?

 

Either you are really very dumb, or you are merely desperate and enjoy making stuff up.

 

 

S.1241 - Combating Money Laundering, Terrorist Financing, and Counterfeiting Act of 2017 https://www.congress...c484098a2d15003
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#4 Mario Milano

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Posted 19 June 2017 - 06:05 PM

Either you are really very dumb, or you are merely desperate and enjoy making stuff up.
 
 

S.1241 - Combating Money Laundering, Terrorist Financing, and Counterfeiting Act of 2017

https://www.congress...c484098a2d15003


What the jews do, but i bet they won't be looking into their own crimes will they.....

I bet they won't be looking into the CIA's money laundering from their heroin and cocain traffiking.....

You really are a jew parasite dolphy
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Posted 19 June 2017 - 06:16 PM




Has she forgotten how American forefathers went to war over such draconian control ??

Or does she know that Americans today are only a weak timid shadow of their forefathers ??
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Posted 19 June 2017 - 06:17 PM

Has she forgotten how American forefathers went to war over such draconian control ??

Or does she know that Americans today are only a weak timid shadow of their forefathers ??

 

 

If you take the time to read the bill it is not in any way what Mario suggested it is.


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Posted 19 June 2017 - 06:20 PM



If you take the time to read the bill it is not in any way what Mario suggested it is.




Since you're so smart... how does her bill measure up to British tax on tea and Yankee tariffs ??

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Posted 19 June 2017 - 06:27 PM

Since you're so smart... how does her bill measure up to British tax on tea and Yankee tariffs ??

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Not at all. The bill targets senior government officials. Not the general public.


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#9 Mario Milano

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Posted 19 June 2017 - 06:42 PM

Not at all. The bill targets senior government officials. Not the general public.


Seems like dolphy the jew parasite didn't read the article and is skipping past what a total jew scam it is.

Hell man just the fact that a jew senator has put this bill forward should be telling yanks to reject it
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#10 Zharkov

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Posted 19 June 2017 - 08:35 PM

“(3) FOREIGN BANK RECORDS.—

“(A) SUBPOENA OF RECORDS.—

“(i) IN GENERAL.—Notwithstanding subsection (B), the Secretary of the Treasury or the Attorney General may issue a subpoena to any foreign bank that maintains a correspondent account in the United States and request any records relating to the correspondent account or any account at the foreign bank, including records maintained outside of the United States, that are the subject of any—

“(I) investigation of a violation of a criminal law of the United States; or

“(II) civil forfeiture action.

“(ii) PRODUCTION OF RECORDS.—The foreign bank on which a subpoena described in clause (i) is served shall produce all requested records and authenticate all requested records with testimony in the manner described in—

“(I) rule 902(12) of the Federal Rules of Evidence;

“(II) CONFLICT WITH FOREIGN SECRECY OR CONFIDENTIALITY.—An assertion that compliance with the subpoena would conflict with a provision of foreign secrecy or confidentiality law shall not be a basis for quashing or modifying the subpoena.

“(i) IN GENERAL.—No officer, director, partner, employee, or shareholder of, or agent or attorney for, a foreign bank on which a subpoena is served under this paragraph shall, directly or indirectly, notify any account holder involved or any person named in the subpoena issued under subparagraph (A)(i) and served on such an institution about the existence or contents of such subpoena.

“(ii) DAMAGES.—Upon application by the Attorney General for a violation of this subparagraph, a foreign bank on which a subpoena is served under this paragraph shall be liable to the United States Government for a civil penalty in an amount equal to—

“(I) double the amount of the suspected criminal proceeds sent through the correspondent account of the foreign bank in the related investigation; or

“(II) if no such proceeds can be identified, $250,000.

“(D) ENFORCEMENT.—

“(i) IN GENERAL.—If a foreign bank fails to obey a subpoena issued under subparagraph (A)(i), the Attorney General may invoke the aid of the district court of the United States for the judicial district in which the investigation or related proceeding is occurring to compel compliance with the subpoena.

“(iii) FAILURE TO TERMINATE RELATIONSHIP.—A covered financial institution that fails to terminate a correspondent relationship under clause (i) shall be liable, for a civil penalty in an amount that is not more than $10,000 for each day that the covered financial institution fails to terminate the relationship.
 


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Posted 19 June 2017 - 08:38 PM

“(3) FOREIGN BANK RECORDS.—

“(A) SUBPOENA OF RECORDS.—


“(iii) FAILURE TO TERMINATE RELATIONSHIP.—A covered financial institution that fails to terminate a correspondent relationship under clause (i) shall be liable, for a civil penalty in an amount that is not more than $10,000 for each day that the covered financial institution fails to terminate the relationship.
 

 

As I said it does not target the general public. It targets large scale money launderers involved in international transactions.


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#12 Zharkov

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Posted 19 June 2017 - 08:41 PM

The law appears to apply to anyone with money.  


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Posted 19 June 2017 - 08:42 PM

Sec. 1. Short title; table of contents.
Sec. 2. Transportation or transhipment of blank checks in bearer form.
Sec. 3. Bulk cash smuggling.
Sec. 4. Section 1957 violations involving commingled funds and aggregated transactions.
Sec. 5. Charging money laundering as a course of conduct.
Sec. 6. Illegal money services businesses.
Sec. 7. Concealment money laundering.
Sec. 8. Freezing bank accounts of persons arrested for offenses involving the movement of money across international borders.
Sec. 9. Prohibiting money laundering through hawalas, other informal value transfer systems, and closely related transactions.
Sec. 10. Technical amendment to restore wiretap authority for certain money laundering and counterfeiting offenses.
Sec. 11. Making the international money laundering statute apply to tax evasion.
Sec. 12. Conduct in aid of counterfeiting.
Sec. 13. Prepaid access devices, digital currencies, or other similar instruments.
Sec. 14. Administrative subpoenas for money laundering cases.
Sec. 15. Obtaining foreign bank records from banks with United States correspondent accounts.
Sec. 16. Danger pay allowance.
Sec. 17. Clarification of Secret Service authority to investigate money laundering.
Sec. 18. Prohibition on concealment of ownership of account.
Sec. 19. Prohibition on concealment of the source of assets in monetary transactions.
Sec. 20. Rule of construction.


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#14 Zharkov

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Posted 19 June 2017 - 08:50 PM

SEC. 20. Rule of construction.

Nothing in this Act, or any amendment made by this Act, shall be construed to apply to the authorized law enforcement, protective, or intelligence activities of the United States or of an intelligence agency of the United States.

 

Well, we wouldn't want to hinder corrupt deals like BCCI, bribes to African leaders, cash transferred to ISIS or the Taliban, etc.

 

Ordinary Americans trying to escape America, beware - they can come for your bank account in any country.

 

We wouldn't want the slaves to prosper, would we?


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#15 Zharkov

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Posted 19 June 2017 - 08:53 PM

This crap law is aimed at the life savings of ordinary Americans who try to leave the country with their money.

If they forget to fill out all the paperwork, they lose big time.

If they do fill out the paperwork, they risk government officials doubting their story and seizing the money anyway.

 

Like flipping a coin to decide your fate, heads they win, tails, you lose.


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Posted 19 June 2017 - 09:01 PM

This crap law is aimed at the life savings of ordinary Americans who try to leave the country with their money.

If they forget to fill out all the paperwork, they lose big time.

If they do fill out the paperwork, they risk government officials doubting their story and seizing the money anyway.

 

Like flipping a coin to decide your fate, heads they win, tails, you lose.

 

 

You can still put your money (cash) in a safe at home, in a saftey deposit box, or under your mattress.

 

You can hoard it all you and like and keep the amount you have hoarded secret.

 

You can exchange it for gold coins, or whatever floats your boat.

 

Mario was suggesting that doing so would make you a crimninal.


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#17 Zharkov

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Posted 19 June 2017 - 09:04 PM

You don't even have to be an American to be screwed by this proposed law - ANYONE passing through US Customs inspection carrying a wad of undeclared  cash is subject to civil forfeiture.    US law should not apply to noncitizens, but it does apply if they are passing through a US-controlled jurisdiction.

 

As the case of Viktor Bout reveals, violation of US laws can be punished even if they don't apply on foreign soil.   It makes you wonder if they intend to seize money that had once been undeclared when passing through a different airport.    That crime would "taint" the money and make it seizable.


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Posted 19 June 2017 - 09:06 PM

You don't even have to be an American to be screwed by this proposed law - ANYONE passing through US Customs inspection carrying a wad of undeclared  cash is subject to civil forfeiture.    US law should not apply to noncitizens, but it does apply if they are passing through a US-controlled jurisdiction.

 

As the case of Viktor Bout reveals, violation of US laws can be punished even if they don't apply on foreign soil.   It makes you wonder if they intend to seize money that had once been undeclared when passing through a different airport.    That crime would "taint" the money and make it seizable.

 

 

Sounds like maybe it is good legislation then.

 

Again it does not effect the general public.


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#19 Zharkov

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Posted 19 June 2017 - 09:09 PM

Yes, the law purports to apply primarily against tourists and business travelers who carry a lot of money for any reason, such as buying a company, or perhaps just buying a car overseas.    But it also has a lot of domestic stuff to regulate people who offer money services such as currency forwarding, etc.

 

It's the kind of law you see enacted when a country has a failing currency and the government expects a collapse.

 

You wouldn't expect an American government to want a banana republic law like this one.


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Posted 19 June 2017 - 09:13 PM

If the general public never travels, the law would not affect them, but everyone eventually visits other countries.

 

It is very common for people in Los Angeles to spend holidays in Mexico, for example, unaware that the money they carry must be declared at the border or they will lose all of it.   

 

The law is crap because it will not affect big drug cartels at all.    They have other ways to ship money back to them, and it just makes life more miserable for the American tourist who wants to have fun in a different country.     In some countries, you must use cash to buy things, and that means you have to carry a lot of it, and you don't want to risk some government goon deciding that your money should be his reward.


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