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Restoring Our Financial Sovereignty: A New Monetary System

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The US Government is an instrument of organized crime, alternatively described as the Octopus, the Washington Consensus, the Shadow Government, the Round Table (Bilderberg Group, Trilateral Commission, Council on Foreign Relations, Royal Institute of International Affairs), Wall Street and the New World Order. There is nothing new about this Underworld Order. The sordid criminal record of this syndicate dates all the way back to European “colonizers” and operates through the Morgan-Rockefeller-Rothschild banking dynasties, American, European and Asian “royal” families, “philanthropic” (tax-exempt) foundations, Ivy League endowments, think tanks, advisory councils and transnational corporations. Pillaging the earth at gunpoint, syndicate families have amassed fortunes from drug trafficking, slave labor, weapons, blood diamonds, banking, gold, oil and genocide.

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From the very beginning of America's fledgling republic these international gangsters surreptitiously gained control of the banks, railroads, oil and vital infrastructure, using a maze of corporations, offshore banks and holding companies that disguised foreign ownership of national resources. [x]

During the 19th and 20th centuries this syndicate secured private ownership of vital infrastructure and natural resources worldwide by engineering both covert and overt wars, destabilizing democracies and installing brutal dictators. They financed Trotsky, Lenin and Hitler, using syndicate members within the US Treasury and Federal Reserve to protect "their" international assets. Thomas Lamont, a self-described fascist, was the JP Morgan banker who represented the US Treasury at the 1919 Treaty of Versailles negotiations. He personally raised $100 million to finance Benito Mussolini. William Boyce Thompson, director of the New York Federal Reserve traveled to Russia to destabilize the Russian Revolution, ensuring that railroads, banks, oil and vital resources would remain in private hands. [xi] Thomas McKittrick, Rockefeller's Vice Chairman of Chase National Bank, was the president of the Bank for International Settlements during World War II, coordinating Nazi money laundering operations. [xii]  Hitler was armed and financed by Anglo-American corporations that provided the money, oil, weapons and extermination gas used for genocide. [xiii] Allen Dulles, a Wall Street attorney, negotiated their contracts. As CIA director, Allen Dulles and his brother John Foster Dulles (Secretary of State) continued to brutally suppress every democratic uprising that threatened syndicate control over the internal assets of sovereign nations. Across the globe democratically elected leaders were deposed or assassinated that dared to return natural resources to their people.   

General Smedley Butler is best remembered today for his oft-quoted statement in the socialist newspaper Common Sense in 1935:

"I helped make Mexico and especially Tampico safe for American oil interests in 1914. I helped make Haiti and Cuba a decent place for the National City Bank boys to collect revenues in. I helped in the raping of half a dozen Central American republics for the benefit of Wall Street. The record of racketeering is long. I helped purify Nicaragua for the international banking house of Brown Brothers in 1909-12. I brought light to the Dominican Republic for American sugar interests in 1916. I helped make Honduras 'right' for American fruit companies in 1903. In China in 1927 I helped see to it that Standard Oil went its way unmolested.... Looking back on it, I felt I might have given Al Capone a few hints. The best he could do was to operate his racket in three city districts. We Marines operated on three continents." [xiv]   

Financial Terrorism 

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Author Bernard Lietaer, a former central banker, writes in "The Future of Money:"  "Your money's value is determined by a global casino of unprecedented proportions: $2 trillion are traded per day in foreign exchange markets, 100 times more than the trading volume of all the stock markets of the world combined. Only 2% of these foreign exchange transactions relate to the "real" economy reflecting movements of real goods and services in the world, and 98% are purely speculative. This global casino is triggering the foreign exchange crises which shook Mexico in 1994-95, Asia in 1997 and Russia in 1998. These emergencies are the dislocation symptoms of the old Industrial Age money system." 

These emergencies are also the hallmark of the transnational crime syndicate manipulating the global economy through financial terrorism. Collapsing healthy economies with currency speculation, fabricated debt and naked short selling, these vultures have swarmed across the globe devouring the assets of one nation after another with coordinated "privatization" schemes. The US is their current target.  

Instead of allowing a handful of corrupt Wall Street investment banks to implode from well-deserved bankruptcy, the Swindler Bailout engineered by the US Treasury and Federal Reserve extorts trillions of taxpayer dollars to pay off the gambling debts of racketeers, reward criminal CEOs for fraud, finance acquisitions to devour healthy banks and to further consolidate syndicate banking monopolies. Taxpayer loans could have been directly issued to victims of predatory lenders to stabilize the housing market and “bailout” funds could have been directly injected into the REAL economy. Instead, the confiscated wages of American workers were transferred to corrupt investment conglomerates and their foreign creditors. Tim Geithner plans to use confiscated American wages to create a “bad bank” to purchase toxic waste. Fed-Treasury gangsters serve the syndicate, not taxpayers. Crippling national debt from illegal wars, Swindler Bailouts and Obama’s “stimulus” lay the groundwork for classic IMF “structural adjustment” of the American economy, permanently stripping citizens of their remaining assets, health care protection and confiscated wages held in trust by the Social Security Administration. This premeditated Grand Theft is the prelude for national insolvency and subsequent sale of the nation's assets to transnational pirates.[xv]

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http://nikkialexander.wordpress.com Nikki Alexander is a full-time writer and activist encouraging deep systemic reform in the United States to bring about social, political and economic justice for ALL members of our society. We are in this (more...)
 

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