posted on Apr, 16 2010 @ 02:13 PM
Originally posted by zzombie
PROBLEM - REACTION - SOLUTION
Is this all staged to make the public cry out for an end to capitalism & to cry out for nationalization of all banking institutions under control of
the government (consolidate under FED RESERVE) ?
Seems like a good way to eliminate the remaining legitimate banks that did not participate in the ARM loan mortgage fraud.
Yup that would be a good crying call for the legions of socialists, who somehow believe we really have a *capitalist* market that's failed & now we
need to *socialize* it all.
Reality is we don't have a "free market economy", it's rigged from top to bottom. Socializing the banks increases the amount of control over
capital & eliminates their competition at the same time.
The problem is that the 'government' will not be controlling anything. The FED is just one a branch (tentacle) of a transnational (or as
Rockefeller put it a "supranational") cartel of modern day robber barons and landed gentry.
The PR trick that makes most Americans consider the Fed to be a governmental organizations is constantly disproved when you consider their governance
is the strict domain of international bankers.
True governmental control would be an elimination of the monetary monopoly, and the institution of a regulatory service.... but there is no profit in
I agree that these corporate cartels have maintained the illusion of free market publicly, while trivializing anything or anyone who illuminates the
facts about it's private nature.
A nation's currency must never be controlled by a for profit middleman. Yet here we are. Who are the heavyweights in the financial industry - who
makes policy - who decides how much money there is and what interest rate banks maintain between each other?... Banks - which is to say the Banks
Do Americans own their 'national' bank? No. Did the Soviets? No. China? No. In fact, can you think of any country other than North Korea that has
refused the international banking community a monopoly on their currency? I can't. And North Korea is a nightmare of malnourished shrinking people
who freeze in the winter and starve in the fall. Any connection? I wonder.