The Bankers War For The World

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posted on Feb, 6 2013 @ 12:15 AM
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There is alot of great information. Thank you as it fills in details for many. Unfortunately you tie this to some sort of religious / Jewish twist which is really not historically correct. To do so is to exclude several other groups including the Jesuits if you choose to include religious groups. There are secret societies such as Sabbateans and Frankists (what you blame on religious groups are actually sects which have secretly woven into power in religious groups). Of course, specific family groups which have no affiliation except to their own interests are also involved.

Read : Carol Quigley, Eustace Mullins, Cliff Shack, Antelmann




posted on Feb, 6 2013 @ 02:37 AM
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Originally posted by hellobruce

Originally posted by ChaoticOrder
Yes but they are still "Rothschild style" because the way they operate is the same as the other conformist central banks, regardless of who owns them.


Wrong, they are not "Rothschild style", whatever that means.

They operate like every other central bank - exactly how do you expect a central bank to operate?

Yes they operate like every other central bank because they've all been designed around the same type of "Rothschild style" central banking framework. Of course there have been many different people involved in the creation of this banking system we have, but there are some key families and individuals involved, such as the Rothschild family.

I don't think central banks should exist at all, but my main problem with the central banking system is the debt based money system it creates. It's a criminal system which serves the few and robs the many, keeping us in perpetual debt slavery. You ask me what's wrong with it, I ask you what's not wrong with it... look at the financial state of the world.

Nations all around the world are facing debt crises, we have an ever growing gap between the rich and the poor, and central banks around the world continue to print more money than ever before with unlimited quantitative easing because they think it will some how help the situation. They've robbed us of sound money and this is the consequence.

You can deny the conspiracy all you want, but it wont change the facts.



posted on Feb, 6 2013 @ 02:44 AM
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Originally posted by ChaoticOrder
Nations all around the world are facing debt crises


Because they have been spending beyond their means - like a lot of the people who need a large SUV, plasma tv etc that they cannot afford.


You can deny the conspiracy all you want, but it wont change the facts.


You can make up any silly conspiracy you want, but that does not make it true
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posted on Feb, 6 2013 @ 02:46 AM
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A young soldier by the name of Napoleon Bonaparte was about to lead France into a bloody war with Europe and instead of dancing to the Masonic tune Napoleon declared himself the Emperor of France. Napoleon was forced to abdicate from his throne in 1814 and was exiled to the island of Corsica. However in 1815 Napoleon arrived in Paris again raising a new army ready for a fresh war in Europe. The Masons had a big problem on their hands. Britain and her Masonic allies could not afford to maintain a long term war against Napoleon without risking bankruptcy. Help came from an unlikely source Nathan Rothschild was the head of a leading banking family but because of their status as Jews they were forced to work from the shadows of others.

Rothschild seized the opportunity to liberate his people and often alone demanding in return recognition of the Jews as equals to the European counterparts under right to openly do business. If the Masons refused the money could always go to Napoleon. The Masons had no choice but to accept and the loan transaction was completed. In 1815 British, Dutch and Russian soldiers landed in Waterloo, Belgium where they met Napoleons forces and defeated them. Napoleon was captured. This time never to return France was finally under Masonic control. Although historians made little mention of the Masonic involvement in the revolution, the Masons themselves have to reveal their shadowy movements during this important period in history.

In 1904 Marc Vadourasambo a Free Mason set before a pact audience "Free Masonry has worked in a hidden but constant manner to prepare the revolution we are then in complete agreement the Free Masonry with the only offer of the revolution and the applause which I receive from the left and which I am little accustomed proves gentlemen that you acknowledge with me that it was Masonry which made French Revolution."

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posted on Feb, 6 2013 @ 02:57 AM
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Because they have been spending beyond their means - like a lot of the people who need a large SUV, plasma tv etc that they cannot afford.

Mmmhhmmm.... and it has nothing to do with the fact that we live in a system where debt is handed out like candy and where every dollar in circulation actually represents a debt. The size of the US national debt grows proportionally to the amount of new money put into circulation, since all new money is generally created through the act of debt monetization and bank credit loans. We live in a system which thrives off debt and also demands that debt to be serviced on a consistent basis, which indirectly causes the need for more debt, since all new money comes into existence as debt. It's a perpetual loop of insanity and it's rigged from top to bottom and that's the conspiracy. It's real, it exists, and many people have died because of this banking war. The war against the "money masters" is well documented in history and you only look like a delusional fool to deny it.
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posted on Feb, 6 2013 @ 02:58 AM
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Its as they say "What goes around comes around."
Its as I say history repeats itself but truth is we can change the future."



posted on Feb, 6 2013 @ 03:03 AM
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Originally posted by ChaoticOrder
and it has nothing to do with the fact that we live in a system where debt is handed out like candy


that is what I said, but you missed that bit. funny that... because some people have the "I want it NOW!" syndrome.



posted on Feb, 6 2013 @ 03:19 AM
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Originally posted by hellobruce

Originally posted by ChaoticOrder
and it has nothing to do with the fact that we live in a system where debt is handed out like candy


that is what I said, but you missed that bit. funny that... because some people have the "I want it NOW!" syndrome.

You missed the point I was making. Debt can only be handed out like candy because we operate under a debt based system where all money is created as debt and banks can create new credit out of thin air. Then when the debt can't be paid back they reclaim any assets purchased with that money. The banks love this system, they aren't the ones suffering in reality, it's the people who are suffering and their Government who is forced into debt by the bankers. And even when the banks make big gambles with toxic assets and other things and then lose their bet, we bail them out anyway. It's the system which is flawed, people simply take advantage of the flaws in the system because they are there. If we did have a sound money system which wasn't debt based and had true scarcity, these flaws wouldn't exist in the first place because the debt bubbles wouldn't be able to grow so big within the framework of a sound money system.
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posted on Feb, 6 2013 @ 03:22 AM
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Originally posted by ChaoticOrder
it's the people who are suffering


Again, the only reason they suffer is due to their own fault, living beyond their means. If they cannot afford a new car, or a shiny new iphone they simply charge it on a credit card, and worry about paying for it later.



posted on Feb, 6 2013 @ 04:00 AM
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Originally posted by hellobruce

Originally posted by ChaoticOrder
it's the people who are suffering


Again, the only reason they suffer is due to their own fault, living beyond their means. If they cannot afford a new car, or a shiny new iphone they simply charge it on a credit card, and worry about paying for it later.

You forget the fact that most of the debt problem is not small private debts but the Government debts. It's nearly impossible for a Government to be debt free under the banking system we have now. And when the Government gets into huge debt they also have huge usury fees to pay, which forces them to rape the people and suck them dry with taxes. And the system is designed so that the debt is inescapable, the Government basically has a gun to it's head. The last time the United States was completely debt free was under Andrew Jackson, after he removed the 2nd central bank of the United States. When asked what his greatest accomplishment had been during his two terms as President, Andrew Jackson replied "I killed the Bank".


In January 1835, Jackson paid off the entire national debt, the only time in U.S. history that has been accomplished.[26][27] However, this accomplishment was short lived. A severe depression from 1837 to 1844 caused the national debt to increase to over $3.3 million by January 1, 1838[28] and it has not be paid in full since.

Wikipedia - Andrew Jackson
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posted on Feb, 6 2013 @ 06:53 AM
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I posted a lot of this information here, and on another thread, though you have done some research and added some great details, thanks for the thread.

The more people know of this the better, however, as long as money in it's current guise of banking is regarded as the international infrastructure, no matter how many people know about it will make no difference. It would take radical overhauling of power systems, effectively a new form of international communism with new power structures and ways of doing business and governing nations is required. Ultimately people playing god over others will always be doomed to failure. There are potent unseen laws of the universe and beyond and humanity in it's current guise is going against the grain of natural forces.

I posted this thread about how Oxfam wants to restructure the financial system as a counteractive measure to the destructive powers of the current money systems, where the top 1% getting richer makes it more difficult for the bottom of the economic ladder to get out of their situation. This is a step, albeit a small step as they are looking at tax structures etc but at least it's awareness. The thread got no interest, so that probably says a lot about how interested people in general are about such things.
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posted on Feb, 6 2013 @ 09:51 AM
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While everyone is diverted by various issues here and abroad, there remains one common denominator at the heart of the world's problems and I say the head of that beast is the Rothschilds:

OBAMA; THE ROTHSCHILDS CHOICE FOR PRESIDENT

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posted on Feb, 6 2013 @ 12:45 PM
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A fundamental problem regarding the economy and monetary system is that the average American has no understanding of the concepts discussed in this thread. The existing system is so deeply imbedded in the minds of the overwhelming majority of Americans that it is like water to a fish. It is a large part of the substance of their reality. They go to work, earn a wage, pay their tax via wage deduction, file their return, get their glorious refund in the Spring, then spend it on necessities or some discretionary items, have to take a loan at interest to buy anything of significant value such as a house, car, vacation, etc. This cycle repeats itself year after year. The media continually confirms this system as the normal natural unchangeable way of life.

Americans are taught little to nothing about the money system in school, other than how checking, savings, credit card, investment accounts, and the stock market works, and how loans at interest work, the importance of paying your monthly installments of principal and interest on time, and not much more.

How do you convince a fish that the water which sustains it and which it relies upon to navigate through life is poison?
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posted on Feb, 6 2013 @ 01:17 PM
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Get off your duff and look it up . What are you lazy ? If you want to portray me as wrong prove it .



posted on Feb, 6 2013 @ 02:14 PM
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well...since it is Bob Marleys birthday....It seems like total destruction is the only solution!



posted on Feb, 6 2013 @ 02:21 PM
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You really have no idea do you . The NWO is a conspiracy too . Are you living in the 1950s ? Or does this news threaten your sense of security ? I'll bet you read the local paper every day cover to cover but never the National News or International news . Or are you Jewish ?



posted on Feb, 6 2013 @ 06:11 PM
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Originally posted by hellobruce

Originally posted by ChaoticOrder
The key point to keep in mind, is that these central banks are privately owned by shareholders, and they aren't true "state owned banks".


Except for the Reserve Bank of Australia, and the Bank of England... there are no private owners for those. The same as the Reserve Bank of New Zealand, The Bank of Canada etc. All state owned.

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Hello Bruce,

Sorry to break it to you mate, but The RBA isn't state owned.... if you looked at all you would have probably found that the first line of the Wiki entry is as follows:

The Reserve Bank of Australia, a privately owned bank, came into being on 14 January 1960 as Australia's central bank and banknote issuing authority, when the Reserve Bank Act 1959 removed the central banking functions from the Commonwealth Bank.

Also, if you'd have looked at the bank of Canada... you'd have found that its owned by The Queen....

The Bank of Canada (French: Banque du Canada) is Canada's central bank. The bank was founded by the Bank of Canada Act on July 3, 1934, as a privately owned corporation. In 1938, the bank became a Crown corporation, belonging to the monarch in right of Canada.The Minister of Finance holds the entire share capital issued by the bank. "Ultimately, the Bank is owned by the Minister of Finance on behalf of Her Majesty in right of Canada."

The Bank of NZ is publicly owned, as is the Bank of England. However, they still use the fractional reserve banking system which is # because it gives the government power over the wealth of the people... which is supposed to be in the hands of the people... So the government has control instead of the banks on the surface, but the government does whatever big corporations want them to do... as does england's... welcome to government lobbying! ie: legalized bribery...



posted on Feb, 6 2013 @ 06:17 PM
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Originally posted by manisobsolete
Sorry to break it to you mate, but The RBA isn't state owned.... if you looked at all you would have probably found that the first line of the Wiki entry is as follows:

The Reserve Bank of Australia, a privately owned bank, came into being on 14 January 1960 as Australia's central bank and banknote issuing authority, when the Reserve Bank Act 1959 removed the central banking functions from the Commonwealth Bank.


Check again, it is state owned


Also, if you'd have looked at the bank of Canada... you'd have found that its owned by The Queen....


Again, owned by the state....


The Bank of NZ is publicly owned,


again, owned by the state....



posted on Feb, 6 2013 @ 08:27 PM
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You have omitted the most important part of the story, where under the con of the free market modern Republicans have once again handed us back over to the bankers, creating enormous debts to finance the International Banking empire that has robbed the US middle class and put the US government deeply in debt.

You ignore the efforts of JP Morgan in turning our nation over to the international bankers.



posted on Feb, 6 2013 @ 09:49 PM
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Some people never learn do they....as if it is only the Republican Party.





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