Mike Rivero shares article on US Banking History aptly titled: “ALL WARS ARE BANKERS’ WARS!” Rivero has written popular article that’s gone viral and could be billed as “US versus Central Banks.” A narrated version of article (left) nicely done by Rivero on a What Really Happened podcast, covers history in less than 45 minutes! Rivero makes it easy to see how United States lurches from one banking crisis to the next from the very First Bank of the United States in 1791 – it’s all about the money! Rivero suggests United States won War of 1812 but made an economic colony, again, forced to accept charter for Second Bank of the United States. Abraham Lincoln assassination was followed by removal from circulation of government issued green-backs. John F Kennedy assassination was followed by pulling government issued federal notes! The Federal Reserve Act of 1913 established the Federal Reserve System that remains our present Central bank. Rivero passionately wants to see the “money junkies” go as much as anyone! Hats off to Rivero, a nice contribution to our “JUST AS FEDERAL AS EXPRESS WEEKEND!”
The Federal Reserve Bank – Main File
WHISTLE BLOWING FALLS ON DEAF EARS …..
The second huge financial scandal of the year reveals the real international conspiracy: There’s no price the big banks can’t fix…..
Today we are living under the rule of oligarchical, trans-humanist, eugenicist elites that continuously consolidate power in order to control and confine humanity while methodically stripping us of the power to govern ourselves. One of the best ways to achieve this is to keep the people in constant fear of wars and threats of terrorism, that, in reality governments themselves typically create or sponsor. For example, we can look at the current threat of ISIS which is in fact a remodel of Al Qaida, a group the CIA created in the 1970’s to fight the Russians in Afghanistan.
War as Disaster Capitalism
Consider one more definition of war: not as politics or even as commerce, but as societal catastrophe. Thinking this way, we can apply Naomi Klein’s concepts of the “shock doctrine” and “disaster capitalism” to it. When such disasters occur, there are always those who seek to turn a profit.
Most Americans are, however, discouraged from thinking about war this way thanks to the power of what we call “patriotism” or, at an extreme, “superpatriotism” when it applies to us, and the significantly more negative “nationalism” or “ultra-nationalism” when it appears in other countries. During wars, we’re told to “support our troops,” to wave the flag, to put country first, to respect the patriotic ideal of selfless service and redemptive sacrifice (even if all but 1% of us are never expected to serve or sacrifice).
We’re discouraged from reflecting on the uncomfortable fact that, as “our” troops sacrifice and suffer, others in society are profiting big time. Such thoughts are considered unseemly and unpatriotic. Pay no attention to the war profiteers, who pass as perfectly respectable companies. After all, any price is worth paying (or profits worth offering up) to contain the enemy — not so long ago, the red menace, but in the twenty-first century, the murderous terrorist.
Forever war is forever profitable…….
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