Chinese banks limit withdrawals, block G-TV investments & fleeing capital

The province of Hebei in China is enforcing a new rule by curbing large withdrawals. This program will be expanded to other provinces in China.

In the past few months, investors around the world have poured hundreds of millions of US dollars into G-TV (, a social media platform for Whistleblower Movement and the New Federal State of China. A significant portion of the investment came from mainland China, digging into the country’s dwindling foreign currency reserve.

The Chinese government blocked many of such transactions and invited some investors to “drink tea” at the police station. There has been a surge in police interrogations according to the regulars at the VOG, one of the volunteer groups for the Whistleblower Movement.

The value of G-TV is said to have increased significantly in just a few short months given the imminent fall of the Great Firewall. The eager investors, mostly grassroots Chinese not institutions, are looking forward to similar opportunities involving “GFashion” and “GNews”. They are using their money to vote for the New Federal State of China as well.

Their enthusiasm has terrified the Chinese Communist Party and Wall Street. More restrictions are being put in place to stop the capitals from fleeing China, especially after the worsening situation in Hong Kong caused by the National Security Law.

The Chinese banks could be cut off from the SWIFT system once the Chinese Communist Party’s criminal nature is revealed, via a series of exclusive reports from Fox News, for unleashing the deadly virus upon the world.

SWIFT Code is a standard format of Bank Identifier Code (BIC) used to specify a particular bank or branch. These codes are used when transferring money between banks, particularly for international wire transfers. Banks also use these codes for exchanging messages between them.

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