Reader 04/16/2021 (Fri) 00:15:59 Id: a5f485 No.17529 del
Good point. The main moral of the story here is: Don't trust banks. The Italian word banco used to mean bench. That was where jews sat and lent money in the Renaissance, fleecing with their usury of too much interest and investing in local thugs to beat those who couldn't pay. Eventually, kikes started setting up storefronts for their moneylending. Then over the centuries it blew up into megacorporations frequently ran by jews. The word banco came to mean bank. Never trust anyone else to hold onto your money you earned.