[Switzerland] For me, this is it...

Discussion in 'Wall St. News' started by SNBthetrue, Jun 21, 2010.

  1. A little warning from overseas...

    Watching the political issue of banking secrecy in Switzerland,
    I just wanted to show you some information...

    So first a little reminder, on how the USA were founded...
    long before the constitution !
    It's part of the big story written on this wall in Geneva.


    I let you read from the wall :

    ( maybe it's the real one... who knows ;) )

    Now I hope that you realize that's it's a long story...
    And that the bible that this guys where reading
    on their long boat trip was the bible of Calvin...
    a guy living in Geneva 450 years ago.
    It's called the “Bible of the Protestant Reformation”.
    The first one reaching the shore of the new world.
    They wanted to be free...

    But let's get back to Switzerland, to show you the most impressive
    picture of humans exercing their civil rights that I have seen :


    It's called by the locals a "Landesgemeinde" or translated a legislative assembly,
    it's a local institution.

    They vote yes or no to propositions that they or the gov can make.
    The evolution on the federal level is called a referendum where every eligible voters will be
    able to express is opinion, and to do it he needs 100'000 signatures to get the referendum on the subject
    he wants...

    for more info ( in english of course ) :

    And now back to bank secrecy :



    But this is all far from what I may suspect... may be the truth of on of the most corrupt taktik used against a democracy.
    This could be a great case study on the danger of neglecting to respect the problem of people who
    vote for simplistic solution on really complex matter.

    In Switzerland there is a political party called the SVP or UDC... The name doesn't count.
    The leader is called Blocher... He is the founder and sponsor. This guy isn't playing it right for Switzerland.
    He is the guy who made is party switch for the final vote on the bank secrecy.

    But in this moment of shadow, the light may come from one of his french "officer",
    as in fact the SVP is based in Zurich, and due to the language barrier, the "elite" has never really been implanted in the French part of Switzerland.
    Here is the guy :


    Some info in French :confused:


    In short it said that this guy is feeded up to be feeded from the Leader in Zurich on what he has to say to the french part in the political/media game...
    And killing the bankind secrecy tradition on a flip game in the parlement was too much for him. He was cop.

    But... here is the real problem with Blocher, one of the responsible for the fall of the Swiss Banking Secrecy Law,
    and violation of the right of the Swiss People to use their legal right of Referendum:

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    The most funniest part is that if you get the full interview the next topic discussed immediatly after is some football riot topic... LoL...
    The agreement in the parliament was passed during the World Cup...

    But let's back to it... And how it constitute the case for using democracy against it's main intend.
    To do that you have to study the process that used the SVP during it's short life in the relative slow motion of the swiss politic...
    All it's tactic and tricks... So they build a Swissness attitude and then used it against Switzerland own interrest.

    I can only conclude by saying this :

    Not all Political leaders are true to themselves and more importantly to the one they have the duty to represent.

    - Post Tenebras Lux -