Thursday, September 22, 2016
"Fool Me Once, Shame on You; Fool Me Twice, Shame on Me", OR, More on the Shadow Gov't
"It is this power structure which the Radical Right in the United States has been attacking for years in the belief that they are attacking the Communists."
Carroll Quigley. BrainyQuote.com, Xplore Inc, 2016. http://www.brainyquote.com/quotes/authors/c/carroll_quigley.html, accessed September 22, 2016.
Quigley understood (and stated) that the International Financial Coterie (his phrase) was the real controlling force in the world. Way above political groups, they often would use/manipulate various institutions (whether on the Right or Left) to attain their goals. Edward Bernays, the Father of the Public Relations field, gave them a massive boost in 1928 with the publication of his book, Propaganda: Molding the Public Mind.
To the Coterie, none of this is a "conspiracy"; rather, it's merely "private", and "good business practice". [In essence, they have little or no ethics.] Today, it's fairly obvious that world central banks (especially the Fed Reserve System), the IMF, the World Bank, the Bank of International Settlements, the Financial Stability Board of the G-20, about thirty Mega Banks (e.g., JP Morgan, Goldman Sachs, Bank of America, etc.), and a few others essentially control world Finance and Economics...regardless of political Parties. He who controls the purse, controls it all.
As an international banker of long ago once remarked, "Let me issue and control a nation's money and I care not who writes the laws." – Mayer Amschel Bauer Rothschild, 1744-1812.
Unfortunately, as recent headlines affirm, mega banking today is rife with fraud and wealth transfer schemes. On top of that, world central banks create massive Asset Bubbles which skew the Free Market...and eventually destroy economies. The dynamite documentary (now online at Netflix.com & elsewhere), Money for Nothing, explains it all. If you're at all confused by what's going on in Finance and Economics, that film is a Must-See. It's right on the mark.
Banking should be a public utility. [The Fed is a cabal of private banks.] At the very least, a public bank should be an option...much the way it is in North Dakota. That bank, by the way, outperforms Wall Street. Google/Bing: Ellen Brown public banking. She's the leader of that movement, and has written numerous brilliant pieces on the subject.
Not only my opinion. Be Well