Hungary have taken a brave stand and become the first European country to officially ban all Rothschild banks from operating in their country.
Back as early as 2013, Hungary began to put in motion the process of kicking out the International Monetary Fund (IMF), and agreed to repay the IMF bailout in full to ensure they would get rid of the New World Order bankster cartel.
Neonnettle.com has reported that Gyorgy Matolcsy, the head of Hungary’s CentralBank, penned a kindly written letter asking the Managing Director, Christine Lagarde of the International Monetary Fund, to close the office as it is no longer needed in the country.
The IMF is well known for making demands that hurt tax payers and the economy when demanding their loans to be paid, and it seems Prime Minister, Viktor Orban, is ready to prove that the country can go it alone and has no need for what many consider one of the most corrupt institutions in existence today.
Hungary formerly borrowed €20 billion to avoid becoming insolvent during the economic crisis that was orchestrated by the highest levels of the banking industry back in 2008. But, like many other stories, the relationship between the debtor and the debtee has not been a smooth one.
Many citizens criticized the Prime Minister for making this notoriously bad decision in order to win the election, which was due in 2014 but some believe it was due to pressure from the shadow government who can be very persuasive.
For those who don’t know, the IMF is considered to be one the key structures in the New World Order and a key chess piece in the Rothschilds game of global domination. So this is a massive victory. Not just for Hungary but for the entire world. It suggests the elite are finally beginning to lose their stronghold and gives hope for a new dawn.
Iceland also joined Hungary in 2014 when it paid back its $400 million loan before its due date after the collapse of the banking sector in 2008 and Russia, famous for not bowing down to the Western puppeteers, freed itself back in 2005.
The statement that these three countries have made in gaining financial independence is reputed to be the first time a European country has stood up to the international fund, and the banker elite which control it, since Germany did so back in the 1930s.
Greece is also trying its best to make paymentsand rid itself of these toxic fleas, but unfortunately missing them as we all stand on the sidelines hoping they will tell the International MISERY Fund to go F@#K themselves!
Source: Neon Nettle