Owning The Planet: Central Banks Binge On Our Assets

Few realize that during England, Wales, and Scotland’s most prosperous years, money was routinely issued locally by privately owned banks. It was entirely legal for such entities to issue their own banknotes. Paper currency issued by a wide range of provincial and town banking companies circulated freely throughout the British Isles as legal tender. One example is this note issued in 1814 by a Gloucester Bank. Since World War One’s devastation of an entire generation of males (genetic genocide) the West’s financial systems have been gradually amalgamated and consolidated under mostly “Khazar-Jewish” stewardship. A long-standing project (see Protocols) that was boosted by the fratricidal war known as WWII. Today, we see the USA and Europe being dominated and impoverished by the unethical machinations of that most ‘Jewish’ of international banks: Goldman Sachs. The alumni of Goldman Sachs now also occupy (have infiltrated!) very high places in: US Federal Reserve, US Government, European Central Bank, Bank of Greece, Bank of England, and umpteen other international organizations such as the IMF, etc. Our senior politicians fear them because Goldman Sachs is in truth an international organized crime network akin to Ian Fleming’s SPECTRE.

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Finance is the new form of warfare – without the expense of a military overhead and an occupation against unwilling hosts. It is a competition in credit creation to buy foreign resources, real estate, public and privatized infrastructure, bonds and corporate stock ownership. Who needs an army when you can obtain the usual objective (monetary wealth and asset appropriation) simply by financial means?                                                                                       — Dr. Michael Hudson, Counterpunch, October 2010

When the US Federal Reserve bought an 80% stake in American International Group (AIG) in September 2008, the unprecedented $85 billion outlay was justified as necessary to bail out the world’s largest insurance company. Today, however…

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