Dominant Finance Capital Institutions - by Stephen Lendman
This article discusses the two most powerful global finance capital institutions few people ever heard of.
Most people know about the Federal Reserve, European Central Bank, Bank of England, and Bank of Japan.
Few ever heard of the Bank for International Settlements (BIS), the central bank for central bankers. Based in Basle, Switzerland, it's a banking boss of bosses accountable to no government.
Privately owned by its member central banks, dominant ones and financial elitists have most influence to eventually implement global control under one currency.
The BIS is a secretive 55-member nation global central bank run mainly by monetary authorities in America, Germany, Switzerland, Italy, Japan and Britain.
In 2009, serving dominant banking interests, Obama proposed stealth financial reform for global monetary control.
Objective V addressed "Rais(ing) International Standards and Improving International Cooperation" by promoting global control in a single paragraph: