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Mar 30, 2011

Banco Filipino CLOSES!! What Happens To Your Money?

With everything now rising in prices due to INFLATION (- a continuing rise in the general price level usually attributed to an increase in the volume of money and credit relative to available goods and services.), it's NOT-avoidable that banks such as Banco Filipino and many others and to come will CLOSE. Even our gasoline prices is almost PHP 60.oo and believe it or not, it's going to hit that mark and even more.

I could go on and on about this but if you're REALLY concern, DON'T LOSE HOPE because you can still do something about it. You can go directly to or check out the blog entries I've posted to give you the opportunity to not get swept away when every paper money in the world will go down the toilet, literally.

This thing that's going on, it's not the end of the world. Such phenomenon such as rising prices, banks closing, etc. has happened many time before and you can check this out HISTORICALLY. It has been ALWAYS always the usage of paper money and not REAL money of GOLD and SILVER which is the ORIGINAL Money of the People.

(They always point fingers. How about you, are you going to look for someone to blame or find a solution?)

Think about it, is your bank savings safe? If someone buys Banco Filipino then good but don't hold on to your Rosary or whatever God you want to hold on to and expect that your Hard Earned Savings will be safe in that New Bank. Let's get things CLEAR: You're still holding on to paper money, electronic money or whatever. It's not backed by REAL Money of GOLD and SILVER.

Here's a real scenario and like I said before, this is a HISTORICAL Phenomenon and not because it's end of the world. This keeps happening because we are easily fooled and forgetting common sense such as GOLD and SILVER.

Just because this happened to Zimbabwe last 2009, it doesn't mean it won't happen to the other countries including the Philippines. Look closely and you'll find the story the same.

Lets get real, do you think politicians will help us when our savings disappears? They can't do anything about it. When fake money is gone, it's already gone from the start.