Warning: New Zealand Government And Big Banks In Collusion For Farm Land Grab: The Same Scam As Run In The United States And Australia
March 11 2016 | From: WakeUpKiwi / Various
We are about to see the mass sell off of NZ farms. And 95% of them will go to foreigners under the TPPA- timed to perfection of course. You are now watching the United Nations Agenda 21 / Agenda 2030 bei…. Wake up. Share this information.
What you have seen happen in Auckland in the past 15-20 years was just the start- a test bed. The evidence here is irrefutable.
Related: Fonterra Drops Forecast Milk Payout
Possibly the most painful part of this will be watching all of the big bank / corporate sponsored ‘experts’ in the filthy corrupt media & Government try and explain it all away in terms of “interest rates” and “market forces”. Farmers are enticed into taking out loans at low interest rates which are then intentionally later raised, in a blatantly criminal plan to seize land. It worked in the US. Copy and paste in Australia. And now copy and paste in New Zealand.
New Zealand company Fonterra is the worlds largest dairy exporter, exporting products to over 100 countries
The truth is, it is an agenda planned even before the inception of Fonterra, specifically for this end goal – the ‘Globalization’ of our land and all of our natural resources – using rigged (Libor) interest rates, market manipulations, fake printed debt and various other financial frauds.
Say good bye to 95% of your farm land Kiwis – thanks to the filthy inbred banking mafia and their army of soulless, bribed, sexual pervert CEO’s and senior management. Unfortunately, the average Kiwi farmer is far too dumbed down with the All
Blacks & Sky / Heaven TV financial news to figure any of this out. They are about as sophisticated as the cattle sitting outside their offices awaiting slaughter. You are what you eat. Chattel.
And yes, it is a giant Rothschild-run Ponzi scheme and it doesn’t have long left to go until Bernie Madoff time.
US Farm Claims Program:
The Farmer Claim Program – Discuses how a class action lawsuit brought about in the early 1990’s lead to the creation of NESARA, the National Economic Security and Reformation Act which will ultimately tear apart the New World Order and bankers plans right out from under their feet.
Oz Farm Foreclosures: ANZ Behaving Badly :
Farmers whose properties were foreclosed on by the ANZ bank since 2010 have made explosive claims about the devastation suffered by those who defaulted.
Two have given evidence at a parliamentary inquiry hearing, in Sydney, into the banking industry’s practice involving loans.
Rod Culleton, of Williams in Western Australia, and Margaret Menzel, representing sugar cane farmers, gave evidence. Mr Culleton was a cereal and sheep farmer until he lost the farm in 2013 and has been fighting the ANZ in the courts and in the media ever since.
He said ANZ had admitted to overcharging in fees incurred during the transition [from Landmark to ANZ] and “is giving a lot of that back”.
In answers to the committee, Mr Culleton said he, and others in positions of default to ANZ, were “held at gunpoint” after receivers were sent in.
“That’s reality,” Mr Culleton said.
“Ten [police] came to my place that day [the receivers came in 2013].
At Bruce Dixon’s it was caught on TV. There were four police with their pistols on us and there were SWAT teams up in the bush, and we were held at gunpoint that day, quite horrific really.
“We went there to support Bruce Dixon,” Mr Culleton said.
He also claimed another defaulter with ANZ was “victimised that much by receivers and police”… tipped 15 litres of petrol over his head and set himself on fire”.
According to Mr Culleton he was in a coma for six months. During the hearing, Mr Culleton asked Brett Fallon of the Whitsunday region to stand to demonstrate his maimed and burnt hands, after his self-immolation.
He submitted the story of Mr Fallon to the inquiry, describing him as a Queensland cane and cattle farmer who had a Landmark loan of $3.5 million and ANZ demanded it be repaid in 2010.
“Over the next three years Brett Fallon sold assets and all the proceeds [$3.7 million] were paid to the ANZ.
Mr Fallon then attended the Ingham branch of the ANZ in May 2013 and was told his outstanding loan was $4 million, and his cattle and crops belonged to [someone else, name withheld].”
Mr Fallon claimed outside the hearing that a lot of people could not attend because they had taken their own lives.
He echoed calls for a Royal Commission into banking practice and the establishment of a nationalised Rural Development Bank, to give a break to farmers who had seen their land devalued.
ANZ’s (Australia and New Zealand Banking Group) Takeover of Landmark’s Loan Book
When ANZ took over Landmark’s loan book in 2010, from the scandal-ridden Australian Wheat Board, Mr Culleton said he received a series of emails outlining the transition.
Australia and New Zealand Banking Group, Australian Head Office, Docklands, Melbourne
Reading from the emails he said, “‘Landmark and ANZ will be working together to keep you informed of any changes'”.
“You aren’t required to do anything, and until 2010 your accounts and cheque book will work the same way as they always have.
“If you have any questions please speak to your rural financial manager,'” Mr Culleton quoted from the email.
But he said there was no local manager in Bunbury and he could never speak to anyone on the phone to discuss the new ANZ bank terms.
ANZ tower, Auckland
Mr Culleton claimed he would have been able to repay the loan, but did not want to bank with ANZ.
“I never signed over to ANZ Bank,” he said.
“They created new bank accounts calling me a customer, and then they defaulted me on accounts that were foreign to my company and companies.”
He explained in submissions that he wanted to have the freedom to move loans, but felt he was prevented from doing so.
“I have the right to go elsewhere,” he said.
“We’re not on some conspiracy theory, we’re telling the truth,” Mr Culleton told the hearing.
ANZ and Commonwealth Bank of Australia are expected to give evidence in April, delaying a report which was due in March 2016.
Finally: Words of Wisdom In an Expose on the Banking System from a Smart Child in Canada: