Banking has been around long since before Christ kicked over the tables of the money changers, but I will begin with the 20th century.
Great advance in technology created our modern world of electricity and engines. Few of the great men who innovated most of this technology ever
became wealthy men themselves, instead to ICBs managed to grab up all the wealth, men like JP Morgan and Rockefeller, who amassed fortune not seen
since the time of the pharoahs.
The Federal Reserve Act of 1913 was a compromise, which created a federal monetary system without a central bank. It was probably voted in the way it
occurred Because there were too many parties looking to create a system of pure corruption. The system in place before the Fed Res was a disaster, and
bankers like JP Morgan practically ran the country. It was an improvement, but surely a better system could be put in place.
Things improved for a while, but then fast forward to the twenties, where speculative banking was born again, allowing the creation of trusts,
corporations that were purely investment based. Massive fraud took over the stock market, private debt soared, and a great pyramid was built, that
then collapsed under its own corrupt structure.
Enter the Great Depression. People had finally wisened up to the true ugly nature of the corporate entity, and elected politicians who wrote laws that
once again greatly restricted the legal bounds of corporations, raised taxes on the rich, and put in place laws that protected the rights of workers
and consumers. Our schools have succeeded in hiding one of the great truths about the founding of the US, which is that the original colonies were
ran by corporations, and the original purpose of our government is to protect us from these types of corporate entities.
The US entered a period of building infrastructure, but the economy continued to flounder, many political divides remained, and the ICBs were ot
giving up without a fight. The ICBs continued to manipulate the world economy, creating the massive currency inflation in Germany, and then bringing
Hitler to power to break German Unions Thus WWII was created. Massive government spending on the war effort kick started the US economy. The US
ended the war victiously, emerging as the world's new super power.
With laws firmly in place restricting corporations, protecting consumers and workers, with strong defense of unions that are critical to the rise of a
strong middle class. The US government quickly paid off its debts, even while fighting a war in Korea, rebuilding Europe and Japan, forgiving debts,
and continuing to build and expand our nations infrastructure.
The US lived through a period of its greatest prosperity, innovation, cultural expansion in arts, music, and science. We put men on the moon.
Ah, but the ICBs still were hanging around, slowly putting their plans in place to take control once again. Through assassinations and other crooked
schemes, they got their man Nixon into the white house. Long term planning enabled the bankers to create their welfare ghettos in the cities (done
under Nixon) crime increased to unprecedented levels. The drug culture, spawned by The CIA (controlled by the people who put Hitler in power) put the
icing on the cake. This turned the US public against the idea of welfare, stirring up the ani-socialism propaganda. Then came the crowning
achievement, the energy crisis, which allowed the bankers to trigger double digit inflation, resulting in the elimination of Usury Laws, which
restrict interest rates.
With these crisises put in place by the ICBs themselves, they convinced a new gullible and spoiled public that that laws restricting corporations were
the cause of all the problems, along with unions, who then voted in politicians who dismantled the very system that had allowed such great prosperity
to exist in the fifties and the sixties.
This is the story of how the ICBs took back control of the world economy.
edit on 9-2-2013 by poet1b because: Typos