World Hero’s Iceland Arrest Corrupt Rothschild Bankers

federalreservestockholdersBit behind with this story, but where Iceland lead, the rest should follow. World governments won’t do it, so it’s up to the people to force them. Just read this, re-blogged from The Daily Paul.

“The truth of the matter is… No one, except the Icelanders, have to been the only culture on the planet to carry out this successfully. Not only have they been successful, at overthrowing the corrupt Gov’t, they’ve drafted a Constitution, that will stop this from happening ever again.

“That’s not the best part… The best part, is that they have arrested ALL Rothschild/Rockefeller banking puppets, responsible for the Country’s economic Chaos and meltdown. Last week 9 people were arrested in London and Reykjavik for their possible responsibility for Iceland’s financial collapse in 2008, a deep crisis which developed into an unprecedented public reaction that is changing the country’s direction…”

“…Pressure from Icelandic citizens’ has managed not only to bring down a government, but also begin the drafting of a new constitution (in process) and is seeking to put in jail those bankers responsible for the financial crisis in the country.”

“Sigurdur Einarsson, former chairman of the defunct Icelandic bank Kaupthing, was arrested in London at 5:30 this morning along with the bank’s biggest customer, Robert Tchenguiz, and five others in a joint operation by the UK Serious Fraud Office (SFO) and the Office of the Special Prosecutor in Iceland.”

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Tebbit Calls For Cameron To “Get On Your Bike”

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David and best-est friend George on bikes. See what we did there! Love the shorts Dave.

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Dear old Norman Tebbit has stuck the knife into “Call me Dave” calling for him to quit to prevent British Tory voters flocking to the UKIP.

Guess where Norm decided to make this damaging attack on Posh boy Cameron, the Murnaghan program on Murdochs Lie Sky News, that’s where. Talk about kicking a bloke when he’s down, poor Dave’s had a tough time recently, what with messing up the war against Syria, leaving his red box unattended on a train, I bet Portillo enjoyed that one, clutching his Bradshaw, the word is he loves anything to do with chuffers.  It’s funny the things that flash through your mind, I wonder if Portillo was a fan of The Scaffold in the 60’s, you know them, Macca’s brother Mike singing about Lilley The Pink.

What was I talking about?, oh yes, Tebbit shafting Cameron, and of course Dave has just been plastered all over Instagram having a snooze on his sister in laws bed, complete the said “red box”, and no socks. OK, we can dismiss the last one, it was more like an advert for Curanail than a real off guard moment, they really think we are schtupid.

 

BBC’s Answer To Bliderberg – Hatchet Job On Alex Jones

So after years of either ignoring Bilderberg, or pretending it doesn’t exist, the BBC, that bastion of truth and decency, when forced to comment, play the standard everyone’s a conspiracy theorist card, and treat it like a big joke.

Today, they did a spoof type documentary report, introduced by a laughing Andrew Neil, before doing their best to wind Alex Jones up to react in his typical brash style. However, for anyone with half a brain cell, it backfired big style.

Lets look at how they reported the event. The film starts with behind the curtains shots of the Grove Hotel, they use a clip of “conspiracy theorist” Alex Jones being asked a really dumb question, not about what they are discussing and agreeing in the Grove, but about whether he believes all conspiracy theories. I’m surprised he even bothered to answer.

They then show footage of any oddball person they could find, and a couple of relaxed police officers, all very British. They even manage to surprise lovely old Ken Clarke, (that wasn’t a set up was it). He waffled on about it being just a get together for informal chats, and how the internet is full of “nutty” theories about ruling the world and invading America. The reporter even said when Clark suddenly appeared, “as if by magic”. I mean, what are the chances of just bumping into Ken Clarke? It’s a shame he didn’t get time to ask him about Ben Fellows!

Neil then make some joke about not having seen the reporter since, and then introduces Alex Jones as an American “shock jock”.

Now, and this is really important, this is the BBC, a corporation so discredited by internal scandals, corruption and  incompetence, the best they can do is put Alex Jones up against Murdoch men like Neil and Arronovitch. Andrew Neil, remember, he’s the man who helped destroy Fleet Street, and set up Sky News for Globalist Murdoch, took the role of sarcastic bad cop, while David Arronovitch played sympathetic good cop.

Judge it for yourself, yes Alex did kick off, but only after “Murdoch man” Neil finally achieved his goal. The program ended with a Neil looking even odder than usual, pulling faces trying to gesture that Jones was nuts. It may be a joke to you Andrew Neil, but of course, you are an insider, so it’s in your own interests to sell the story like this.

 

List Of Participants Bilderberg 2013

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So the Bilderberg website is listing this years lucky attendees. Not bad for a meeting that officially didn’t exist a few years back.

Good to see Ken Clarke and Peter Mandelson there as usual, along with George Osbourne and Ed Balls (I thought they were on different sides). Queen, sorry, Princess Beatrix of the Netherlands, and of course dear old Henry Kissinger still going strong. A sprinkling of big pharma, and bankers, including of course, Evans, J. Michael from Goldman Sachs.

You don’t think they are planning something do you?

Current list of Participants

Status 3 June 2013

Chairman

FRA Castries, Henri de Chairman and CEO, AXA Group
DEU Achleitner, Paul M. Chairman of the Supervisory Board, Deutsche Bank AG
DEU Ackermann, Josef Chairman of the Board, Zurich Insurance Group Ltd
GBR Agius, Marcus Former Chairman, Barclays plc
GBR Alexander, Helen Chairman, UBM plc
USA Altman, Roger C. Executive Chairman, Evercore Partners
FIN Apunen, Matti Director, Finnish Business and Policy Forum EVA
USA Athey, Susan Professor of Economics, Stanford Graduate School of Business
TUR Aydıntaşbaş, Aslı Columnist, Milliyet Newspaper
TUR Babacan, Ali Deputy Prime Minister for Economic and Financial Affairs
GBR Balls, Edward M. Shadow Chancellor of the Exchequer
PRT Balsemão, Francisco Pinto Chairman and CEO, IMPRESA
FRA Barré, Nicolas Managing Editor, Les Echos
INT Barroso, José M. Durão President, European Commission
FRA Baverez, Nicolas Partner, Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher LLP
FRA Bavinchove, Olivier de Commander, Eurocorps
GBR Bell, John Regius Professor of Medicine, University of Oxford
ITA Bernabè, Franco Chairman and CEO, Telecom Italia S.p.A.
USA Bezos, Jeff Founder and CEO, Amazon.com
SWE Bildt, Carl Minister for Foreign Affairs
SWE Borg, Anders Minister for Finance
NLD Boxmeer, Jean François van Chairman of the Executive Board and CEO, Heineken N.V.
NOR Brandtzæg, Svein Richard President and CEO, Norsk Hydro ASA
AUT Bronner, Oscar Publisher, Der Standard Medienwelt
GBR Carrington, Peter Former Honorary Chairman, Bilderberg Meetings
ESP Cebrián, Juan Luis Executive Chairman, Grupo PRISA
CAN Clark, W. Edmund President and CEO, TD Bank Group
GBR Clarke, Kenneth Member of Parliament
DNK Corydon, Bjarne Minister of Finance
GBR Cowper-Coles, Sherard Business Development Director, International, BAE Systems plc
ITA Cucchiani, Enrico Tommaso CEO, Intesa Sanpaolo SpA
BEL Davignon, Etienne Minister of State; Former Chairman, Bilderberg Meetings
GBR Davis, Ian Senior Partner Emeritus, McKinsey & Company
NLD Dijkgraaf, Robbert H. Director and Leon Levy Professor, Institute for Advanced Study
TUR Dinçer, Haluk President, Retail and Insurance Group, Sabancı Holding A.S.
GBR Dudley, Robert Group Chief Executive, BP plc
USA Eberstadt, Nicholas N. Henry Wendt Chair in Political Economy, American Enterprise Institute
NOR Eide, Espen Barth Minister of Foreign Affairs
SWE Ekholm, Börje President and CEO, Investor AB
DEU Enders, Thomas CEO, EADS
USA Evans, J. Michael Vice Chairman, Goldman Sachs & Co.
DNK Federspiel, Ulrik Executive Vice President, Haldor Topsøe A/S
USA Feldstein, Martin S. Professor of Economics, Harvard University; President Emeritus, NBER
FRA Fillon, François Former Prime Minister
USA Fishman, Mark C. President, Novartis Institutes for BioMedical Research
GBR Flint, Douglas J. Group Chairman, HSBC Holdings plc
IRL Gallagher, Paul Senior Counsel
USA Geithner, Timothy F. Former Secretary of the Treasury
USA Gfoeller, Michael Political Consultant
USA Graham, Donald E. Chairman and CEO, The Washington Post Company
DEU Grillo, Ulrich CEO, Grillo-Werke AG
ITA Gruber, Lilli Journalist – Anchorwoman, La 7 TV
ESP Guindos, Luis de Minister of Economy and Competitiveness
GBR Gulliver, Stuart  Group Chief Executive, HSBC Holdings plc
CHE Gutzwiller, Felix Member of the Swiss Council of States
NLD Halberstadt, Victor Professor of Economics, Leiden University; Former Honorary Secretary  General of Bilderberg Meetings
FIN Heinonen, Olli Senior Fellow, Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs, Harvard Kennedy School of Government
GBR Henry, Simon CFO, Royal Dutch Shell plc
FRA Hermelin, Paul Chairman and CEO, Capgemini Group
ESP Isla, Pablo Chairman and CEO, Inditex Group
USA Jacobs, Kenneth M. Chairman and CEO, Lazard
USA Johnson, James A. Chairman, Johnson Capital Partners
CHE Jordan, Thomas J. Chairman of the Governing Board, Swiss National Bank
USA Jordan, Jr., Vernon E. Managing Director, Lazard Freres & Co. LLC
USA Kaplan, Robert D. Chief Geopolitical Analyst, Stratfor
USA Karp, Alex Founder and CEO, Palantir Technologies
GBR Kerr, John Independent Member, House of Lords
USA Kissinger, Henry A. Chairman, Kissinger Associates, Inc.
USA Kleinfeld, Klaus Chairman and CEO, Alcoa
NLD Knot, Klaas H.W. President, De Nederlandsche Bank
TUR Koç, Mustafa V. Chairman, Koç Holding A.S.
DEU Koch, Roland CEO, Bilfinger SE
USA Kravis, Henry R. Co-Chairman and Co-CEO, Kohlberg Kravis Roberts & Co.
USA Kravis, Marie-Josée Senior Fellow and Vice Chair, Hudson Institute
CHE Kudelski, André Chairman and CEO, Kudelski Group
GRC Kyriacopoulos, Ulysses Chairman, S&B Industrial Minerals S.A.
INT Lagarde, Christine Managing Director, International Monetary Fund
DEU Lauk, Kurt J. Chairman of the Economic Council to the CDU, Berlin
USA Lessig, Lawrence Roy L. Furman Professor of Law and Leadership, Harvard Law School; Director, Edmond J. Safra Center for Ethics, Harvard University
BEL Leysen, Thomas Chairman of the Board of Directors, KBC Group
DEU Lindner, Christian Party Leader, Free Democratic Party (FDP NRW)
SWE Löfven, Stefan Party Leader, Social Democratic Party (SAP)
DEU Löscher, Peter President and CEO, Siemens AG
GBR Mandelson, Peter Chairman, Global Counsel; Chairman, Lazard International 
USA Mathews, Jessica T. President, Carnegie Endowment for International Peace
CAN McKenna, Frank Chair, Brookfield Asset Management
GBR Micklethwait, John Editor-in-Chief, The Economist
FRA Montbrial, Thierry de President, French Institute for International Relations
ITA Monti, Mario Former Prime Minister
USA Mundie, Craig J. Senior Advisor to the CEO, Microsoft Corporation
ITA Nagel, Alberto CEO, Mediobanca
NLD Netherlands, H.R.H. Princess Beatrix of The
USA Ng, Andrew Y. Co-Founder, Coursera
FIN Ollila, Jorma Chairman, Royal Dutch Shell, plc
GBR Omand, David Visiting Professor, King’s College London
GBR Osborne, George Chancellor of the Exchequer
USA Ottolenghi, Emanuele Senior Fellow, Foundation for Defense of Democracies
TUR Özel, Soli Senior Lecturer, Kadir Has University; Columnist, Habertürk Newspaper
GRC Papahelas, Alexis Executive Editor, Kathimerini Newspaper
TUR Pavey, Şafak Member of Parliament (CHP)
FRA Pécresse, Valérie Member of Parliament (UMP)
USA Perle, Richard N. Resident Fellow, American Enterprise Institute
USA Petraeus, David H. General, U.S. Army (Retired)
PRT Portas, Paulo Minister of State and Foreign Affairs
CAN Prichard, J. Robert S. Chair, Torys LLP
INT Reding, Viviane Vice President and Commissioner for Justice, Fundamental Rights and Citizenship, European Commission
CAN Reisman, Heather M. CEO, Indigo Books & Music Inc.
FRA Rey, Hélène Professor of Economics, London Business School
GBR Robertson, Simon Partner, Robertson Robey Associates LLP; Deputy Chairman, HSBC Holdings
ITA Rocca, Gianfelice Chairman,Techint Group
POL Rostowski, Jacek Minister of Finance and Deputy Prime Minister
USA Rubin, Robert E. Co-Chairman, Council on Foreign Relations; Former Secretary of the Treasury
NLD Rutte, Mark Prime Minister
AUT Schieder, Andreas State Secretary of Finance
USA Schmidt, Eric E. Executive Chairman, Google Inc.
AUT Scholten, Rudolf Member of the Board of Executive Directors, Oesterreichische Kontrollbank AG
PRT Seguro, António José Secretary General, Socialist Party
FRA Senard, Jean-Dominique CEO, Michelin Group
NOR Skogen Lund, Kristin Director General, Confederation of Norwegian Enterprise
USA Slaughter, Anne-Marie Bert G. Kerstetter ’66 University Professor of Politics and International Affairs, Princeton University
IRL Sutherland, Peter D. Chairman, Goldman Sachs International
GBR Taylor, Martin Former Chairman, Syngenta AG
INT Thiam, Tidjane Group CEO, Prudential plc
USA Thiel, Peter A. President, Thiel Capital
USA Thompson, Craig B. President and CEO, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center
DNK Topsøe, Jakob Haldor Partner, AMBROX Capital A/S
FIN Urpilainen, Jutta Minister of Finance
CHE Vasella, Daniel L. Honorary Chairman, Novartis AG
GBR Voser, Peter R. CEO, Royal Dutch Shell plc
CAN Wall, Brad Premier of Saskatchewan
SWE Wallenberg, Jacob Chairman, Investor AB
USA Warsh, Kevin Distinguished Visiting Fellow, The Hoover Institution, Stanford University
CAN Weston, Galen G. Executive Chairman, Loblaw Companies Limited
GBR Williams of Crosby, Shirley Member, House of Lords
GBR Wolf, Martin H. Chief Economics Commentator, The Financial Times
USA Wolfensohn, James D. Chairman and CEO, Wolfensohn and Company
GBR Wright, David Vice Chairman, Barclays plc
INT Zoellick, Robert B. Distinguished Visiting Fellow, Peterson Institute for International Economics

UKIP Makes Massive Gains In Local Elections.

Well the votes are in, and UKIP have done very well indeed, taking about 25% of the votes from the about 25% of people who could be arsed to go and vote, which by my reckoning means that about 6.5% of the country voted for Farage. Is that really anything to be proud of?

The Tories took a good spanking, so they’re all very happy, Labour won a few and lost a few, and as for the Lib-Dems, who really cares.

What I think it does demonstrate is that  in this fake democratic system, the people can still be made to believe they can make a difference, Not that UKIP are the answer to all of our problems, take away Nigel Farage, and what are we left with, a few old has-been Tories  with a different coloured rosette.

I really like Farage. I’ve met the man and he certainly has  great charisma. To watch him tear into Van Rompuy or the awful Barroso is a joy, and on the surface, his stance on the shameful Euro NWO test run is spot on. However, my concerns over UKIP really came to a head when Farage helped Neil Hamilton onto the National Executive Committee.

There are a lot of things I hold Hamilton accountable for, but by far the worst is making Tatton available for Osbourne to worm his way into Parliament. Hamilton has had a very colourful past, links to Jimmy Goldsmith, remember him and the Referendum Party, that’s the same one old Alistair McAlpine was involved with. Not forgetting that he is also a close friend of recently arrested actor Bill Roach.

God, I’m boring myself now, just Google Neil Hamilton, it’s all there, let’s get back to the elections.

So, UKIP have made great gains. Cameron is wringing his slightly moist hands spouting the  the same old stuff, “lessons need to be learnt”, “we’ve got to engage with the people again”, blah de blah.

I’ve been around for far too long to believe any of this nonsense. No political will ever solve the problems this country is in, they never have, and indeed they never can. Don’t you get it, they are controlled by the very people who created the problems. We stagger from election to election acting out the charade of choosing the government or council or whatever, being conned into trusting this bunch of hypocrites, when above them there are the controlling elite, manipulating the whole soap opera of real life.

If Farage is genuine, and I really would love to think he is, he will never be allowed to get into power, it’s all just part of the big con. Sacrifice a few minor politicians now to make it appear that we can change things, then come the next general election, it will be the same old, same old.

Am I becoming a bit cynical in my old age?

The Iron Lady, Margaret Thatcher Is Dead

Margaret Thatcher is Dead.

cnn thatcherSo, Margaret Thatcher is dead. This, perhaps not unexpected end to the once Iron Lady has seen an astonishing out pouring of grief and sycophantic drivel in the main stream media. Although I really had a chuckle to myself when CNN didn’t quite get it right and flashed up an image of her with best buddy and long time Christmas house guest, Sir Jimmy Savile. That was either an example of just how stupid they are, or perhaps how clever, who knows.

Although it is nice to see the shot of them supporting the NSPCC again, keep up the good work Chris, “don’t cha know”.

There is no doubt that Thatcher was a great politician, but that in no ways infers that she was a great person. Politicians are masters at manipulation and control, and Thatcher was one of the best.

She always said that one of her greatest successes was Tony Blair, and it is true that she and her Globalist led policies paved the way for the “New Labour” machine of Mandelson, Blair and Brown to destroy this great nation.
It would be wrong and hypocritical of me not to confess that I was once a supporter of Thatcher. She seemed to have a lot going for her. Having lived through the Heath “3 day week” era, another spell of Wilson, and then the disastrous Callaghan, Thatcher appeared to be the leader to pull the UK out of total devastation.

She openly despised Edward Heath, appeared to be more Euro Skeptic than pro Europe, remember the spats with Jacques Delors, and on the surface put the Grate back into Britain.

thatcherHowever, when you look at her more closely, you realise that she was no different to any of this type of controlled pseudo leader, serving her masters very effectively, until she out lived her usefulness.

She broke the unions power, for no other reason than they were the only opposition and stumbling block to the bankers plans for total takeover. Continuing with her Hayekian template, she embarked on a program of privatisation, sold to us as a way for the man in the street to own shares in the utility companies, but which was in truth nothing more than a way to hand over control of essential services like gas and electricity supply to the global control system.

At no time should any essential service be in the hands of profit seeking giant corporations.  How the hell did they get away with privatising water in this country? Will someone please tell me where the competition is?

British Steel, British Petroleum, Rolls Royce, British Airways where all sold off, just look at them now.

But, and even more worrying, behind the scenes there was a much darker side to her. When you consider that all of this was put in place by a government embroiled in paedophile cover ups, with some very dubious characters on the fringes, i.e. Jimmy Savile. Her cabinet was awash with some really perverted people. When you understand the truth that Icke has been saying for years, that Governments are controlled by blackmail, paedophilia being part the cement that holds it all together, you start to understand how it all works, and why so many perverted creatures have such high places in public office.

So, although Thatcher publicly despised known paedpohile Heath, and also appeared to reject his pro Europe approach, she played her own massive part in the long planned  destruction of UK plc. She famously rejected any talk of the UK taking part in the joint Euro currency nonsense, why? Again, she used the keep the British pound argument to her advantage, while all along, the UK was never going to be part of the Euro, with the City of London needing to be kept well away away from it.

Her successor, John Major-Ball, was a bit part player, just to keep things ticking over while the three horsemen of the Apocalypse, prepared for the end game of New Labour, once John Smith was out of the way.

The UK and of course most of the rest of the world is now totally under the control of the global banking families. World War II was the major trigger to bring about the creation of Israel, and the UN. Every Prime Minister since the “Rothschild friend” Churchill has played their part in the treasonable take over of our country, and who is the one continuity figure that links them all together? Her Majesty, Queen Elizabeth II, 60 glorious years, god bless her.

So, Thatcher is dead, but she will live on forever, for better or worse.

This cartoon by Gerald Scarfe wasn’t thought of as bad taste when first published, so it seem the right time to show it again.

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Who Owns The Bank Of England

I have absolutely no guilt re-blogging someone else’s work if the content is important. This was published in the Tap Blog in February and needs as much exposure as possible.

Thanks Tap, keep up the good work.

Who Owns The Bank Of England?

“The essence of the contemporary monetary system is creation of money,out of nothing, by private banks”Martin Wolf,Financial Times,9th November 2010. quoted by http://www.positivemoney.org.ukLATEST UPDATE – banks directors named

You ask the question, Who Owns The Bank Of England? to one thousand Britons, and I kid you not, all of them will say that it is owned by the Government.

They would be wrong.

The Bank Of England was originally a private bank, which contracted to lend money to the British Government in a financial crisis. It was privately owned at its foundation and remained so until the post-war Labour government nationalised it in 1946.

So it is owned by the government?

No.

Here is how Wikipedia explains it.

 

In 1977, the Bank set up a wholly owned subsidiary called Bank of England Nominees Limited, (BOEN), a private limited company, with 2 of its 100 £1 shares issued. According to its Memorandum & Articles of Association, its objectives are:- “To act as Nominee or agent or attorney either solely or jointly with others, for any person or persons, partnership, company, corporation, government, state, organisation, sovereign, province, authority, or public body, or any group or association of them….”

Bank of England Nominees Limited was granted an exemption by Edmund Dell, Secretary of State for Trade, from the disclosure requirements under Section 27(9) of the Companies Act 1976 , because, “it was considered undesirable that the disclosure requirements should apply to certain categories of shareholders.” The Bank of England is also protected by its Royal Charter status, and the Official Secrets Act.

In other words, you and I are not allowed to know who the shareholders are who own the company which carries out Central Banking in the UK. Some people say that Mandelson’s buddies, the Rothschilds are major shareholders. Also the Queen. But the information is secret. We are not allowed to know.

But what would surprise everybody is that the Bank Of England, which is entitled to issue cash, then lend it and charge interest to the government, is still essentially a private business.

What would also surprise people is so is the Federal Reserve of America a privately owned bank, and all central banks of the world, including the Bank for International Settlements (BIS) in Switzerland, which is the Central Banks’ clearing house.

(For a history of central banking – http://the-tap.blogspot.com/2010/12/remember-1920s-easy-loans-big-debts.html)

If the One World Government actually had an address, this would be part of it – the B.I.S, another privately owned bank, the central bankers’ central bank, beyond the control of democracy or government, able to influence events secretly from behind the scenes. One thing is for sure is that in times of financial crisis, these central banking networks become supremely powerful, as those like Gordon Brown allow their countries to become effectively indebted to the point of loss of control.

The people wielding this power see the world’s financial crisis as their moment of opportunity to seize greater power. The scary part of that is that hardly a living soul even knows they exist. Now that’s real power.

What’s all this about?

Professor Carroll Quigley wrote a book on who ruled the the USA and Britain between 1870 and 1960, called Tragedy And Hope: A History Of The World In Our Time.  His publisher MacMillan, was taken over as they first published his book, and the plates and the manuscript were destroyed.  But not before a handful of them had been sold.  In this book, Professor Quigley wrote  –

The power of the Bank Of England and of its governor was admitted by most qualified observers.  In January 1924, Reginald McKenna, who had been Chancellor Of The Exchequer in 1915-1916, as Chairman of the Board of The Midland Bank, told its stockholder:”I am afraid the ordinary citizen will not like to be told that the banks can, and do, create money…And they who control the credit of the nation direct the policy of Governments and hold in the hollow in their hands the destiny of the people.”

 

 

Quigley also wrote –

..the powers of financial capitalism had another far-reaching aim, nothing less than to create a world system of financial control in private hands able to dominate the political system of each country and the economy of the world as a whole.”

 

 

Another book continues the story, Secret Records Revealed  by Dr Dennis Cuddy –

On August 5th 1995, the New York Times published an article by Keith Bradsher, in which he wrote –

In a small Swiss city sits an international organisation so obscure and secretive…Control of the institution, the Bank for International Settlements, lies with some of the world’s most powerful and least visible men: the heads of thirty-two central banks, officials able to shift billions of dollars at the stroke of a pen.”

 

 

On June 28th 1998, The Washington Post published an article about the Bank for International Settlements (BIS) titled, “At Secret Meetings in Switzerland, 13 people shape the world’s economy”, which described these individuals as “this economic cabal…this secretive group…the financial barons who control the world’s supply of money.”

 

 

Quigley again –

Each Central bank sought to dominate its government by its ability to control Treasury loans, to manipulate foreign exchanges, to influence the level of economic activity in the country, and to influence cooperative politicians by subsequent economic rewards in the business world.”

 

 

They are not all Jewish by the way.

Dr Stan Monteith in The Brotherhood Of Darkness (Anomolos) writes –

Anti-Semitism is a smokescreen created to conceal the identity of the true enemy.

 

 

He explains that the objective of the secretive groups is to bring about the surrender of sovereignty and of national independence.

THE BANK OF ENGLAND AND THE HISTORY OF THE UNITED STATES

The Bank of England has played a prominent role in American history — without it, the United States would not exist.

The American colonists considered themselves loyal Englishmen to a man, but when they began to enjoy unequalled prosperity by printing and circulating their own Colonial scrip, the stockholders of the Bank of England went to George III and informed him that their monopoly of interest-bearing notes in the colonies was at stake. He banned the scrip, with the result that there was an immediate depression in the commercial life of the Americas. This was the cause of the Rebellion; as Benjamin Franklin pointed out, the little tax on tea, amounting to about a dollar a year per American family, could have been borne, but the colonists could not survive the banning of their own money.

Early descriptions of the shareholders of the Bank of England identify them as “a Society of about 1300 persons”. They included the King and Queen of England, who received shares to the value of 10,000 pounds each; Marlborough, who invested 10,000 pounds — he also invested large sums from his “commissions” in the East India Co. in 1697, and later became Governor of the Hudson Bay Company, which paid a 75% dividend; Lord Shrewsbury, who invested 10,000 pounds; Godolphin, who invested 7000 pounds — he predicted that the Bank of England would not only finance trade, but would carry the burden of her wars, which was proven true in the next three hundred years. Virginia Cowles writes, in “The Great Marlborough”: “England emerged from the war as the dominant force, because the Bank of England’s credit system enabled her to bear the burden of war without undue strain.”

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FACTS ABOUT BANK OF ENGLAND

EXTRACT –

The Bank of England and the Rothschilds continued to play a dominant role in the commercial life of the United States, causing panics and depressions for the Rothschilds whenever their officials were instructed to do so. When the Second Bank of the United States expired in 1836, and President Jackson refused to renew it, [thus] creating great prosperity in the United States when government funds were deposited in other banks, the Rothschilds punished the upstarts by causing the Panic of 1837. As Henry Clews writes in “Twenty-Eight Years on Wall Street”, p. 157: “The Panic of 1837 was aggravated by the Bank of England when it in one day threw out all the paper connected with the United States.”

By refusing to credit American notes and stocks, the Bank of England created financial panic among the holders of that paper. The panic enabled Rothschild’s agents, Peabody and Belmont, to reap a fortune in buying up depreciated stocks during the panic.

The Bank of England has played a prominent role in wars, revolutions, and espionage, as well as business panics. When Napoleon escaped from Elba in 1815, the London gold market jumped overnight from 4lb.6d to 5lb.7d. The leading buyer was Nathan Mayer Rothschild, who was under orders from the British Treasury to dispatch gold to the Duke of Wellington, grouping to stop Napoleon. After Waterloo, the price of gold dropped.

During the twentieth century, the most important name at the Bank of England was Lord Montagu Norman. His grandfather, George Warde Norman, had been governor of the Bank of England from 1821-1872, longer than any other man; his other grandfather, Lord Collet, was Governor of the Bank of England from 1887-89, and managing partner of Brown Shipley Co. in London for twenty-five years.

In 1894, Montague Norman was sent to New York to work in the offices of Brown Brothers; he was befriended by the W.A. Delano family, and lived with the Markoe family, partners of Brown Bros. In 1907, Norman was elected to the Court of the Bank of England. In 1912, he had a severe nervous breakdown, and was treated by [Carl] Jung in Switzerland. He became deputy governor of the Bank of England in 1916, and later served until 1944 as Governor. The Wall Street Journal wrote of him in 1927:

“Mr. M. Collet Norman, the Governor of the Bank of England, is now head and shoulders above all other British bankers. No other British banker has ever been as independent and supreme in the world of British finance as Mr. Norman is today. He has just been elected Governor for the eighth year in succession. Before the war, no Governor was allowed to hold office for more than two years; but Mr. Norman has broken all precedents. He runs his Bank and his Treasury as well. He appears to have no associations except his employees. He gives no interviews. He leaves the British financial world wholly in the thick as to his plans and ideas.”

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ENFORCEMENT OF BANK OF ENGLAND ACT 1694

Session: 2008-09

Date tabled: 20.04.2009

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That this House, observing that the intention of the founding Act of the Bank of England in 1694 was `that their Majesties’ subjects may not be oppressed by the said corporation’, notes that those subjects have been seriously oppressed by the Bank’s failure to control the greed, risk-taking and speculation of the banking system over which it presides; and therefore suggests that this oppression should be dealt with as the Act provides by fines three times the value of the abusive trading.

ENDS

As a hundred years have gone by now, with the move to One World Government, which were started in earnest a century ago, reaching the advanced stage, the confusion from hereon can only get much much worse.  The best thing the One World Government, which does already exist, could do, is start telling the world who they are, how they got to where they are, and what they intend to do.  Only then will the growing chaos of secretive groups running the world out of sight start to unravel.  There are of course, many ugly secrets to be told, and some of those secrets might well be to do with this man.  Why doesn’t Prince Charles tell us more of what he knows?

And what is his brother Andrew up to in Khazakstan?
WASP writes –

The book I referred you to THE WORLD ORDER by Eustace Mullins, is very informative, but many of your viewers might prefer to look at a video.

I found this You Tube Interview regarding this same book.

This will round off the subject, as the words come from ‘THE HORSES MOUTH’ so to speak.

Consider this w/r/t paying off debt

If $1/sec paid back taking a year as 365.25 days it would take to pay back $100,000 …… 31.5576 years

or $100,000,000 …31,557.6 years

& so on, but this is a better way of looking at it as per video.

I believe the USA Deficit is c.a.

$14.7 Trillion

YOUR NAME IS ON AN I.O.U FOR MORE THAN

14.7 TRILLION DOLLARS

A million seconds have elapsed in less than 12 days

A billion seconds took more than 35 years to tick away

A trillion seconds ago was bacck in the Stone Age,

in the year 29,607B.C.