posted on Aug, 27 2008 @ 10:23 PM
Does look like a huge international banking oligarchy is the goal, and I can't think of anything that would be a greater threat to our liberty. We
need laws that would sharply reduce what banks can and can not do. Banks exist as government charters. When the neocons re-wrote the rules governing
banks, they let the evil genie out of the bottle. The results have been a stock market boom/bust followed by a real estate boom/bust. The IC's,
being made up of all nations around the world, not only the U.S. but including China, Japan, and Europe, all have their hands in this. Eeryone wants
to pretend that the U.S. is the bad guy, but the reality is that there is plenty of blame to spread around.
No body represents the working guy anymore, but the reality is that the working guy is the worlds consumer, and when the working people are not making
enough money to create demand, then markets cease to function. Debt creation only carries the world's economies so far, and then depression. This
is what happened back in the thirties, and it looks like it is about to happen again, and as in the thirties, it will be world wide. When a majority
of the bets are on the take, and few have money up front, everyone loses, including the house.