U.S. Ruling Class Announced Another Bank Collapsed – SHTF


The ruling class of the United States has announced that another bank has collapsed, likely hoping that no one would notice. The announcement came late Friday when no one was paying attention.

Late last week, the Kansas Office of the State Bank Commissioner shut down Heartland Tri-State Bank of Elkhart, Kansas, prompting the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) to enter into a purchase and assumption agreement with Dream First Bank, National Association, of Syracuse, Kansas.

All of this happened late in the day last Friday, July 28th, when almost nobody noticed, and because of that, the switch occurred quietly and seamlessly over the weekend with the new bank taking over as of Monday.

The FDIC and Dream First Bank, National Association have since assumed all the deposits of Heartland Tri-State Bank, and all four of the bank’s branches reopened as branches of Dream First Bank, National Association on Monday, July 31st, resuming their normal business hours, according to a report by Natural News. 

The depositors of Heartland Tri-State Bank can now access their money by wiring checks or using ATM or debit cards. Checks drawn on the bank will continue to be processed as normal, and loan customers are expected to continue making their payments as usual.

“Depositors of Heartland Tri-State Bank will become depositors of Dream First Bank, National Association, so customers do not need to change their banking relationship in order to retain their deposit insurance coverage,” the FDIC announced.

“Customers of Heartland Tri-State Bank should continue to use their existing branch until they receive notice from Dream First Bank, National Association, that it has completed systems changes to allow its branch offices to process their accounts as well.” –Natural News. 

The mainstream media is claiming that the failure of Heartland Tri-State Bank “is not believed to be a sign of broader problems within the state’s banking industry.” State regulators (the masters) are not concerned about the banking industry in the slave system they set up.

The failure of Heartland Tri-State comes two months after First Republic Bank collapsed and closed its doors. Most of its assets were acquired by JP Morgan Chase in the second-largest bank failure in United States history. It also comes amid two other high-profile bank failures earlier this year for Silicon Valley Bank and Signature Bank.

A total system breakdown will likely be required to convince the slaves to accept the CBDC (central bank digital currency) and be controlled permanently by the rulers.

The Endgame: Central Bank Digital Currency


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