This new documentary describes the ECB’s financial interventions in states like Italy, Ireland, Portugal, Cyprus and Greece. Former heads of states, ministers, EU executives and leading economists and commentators describe the role played by financial institutions in the creation of the single currency.
- Is the EU compatible with democracy?
- What does "independent central bank" really mean?
- What were the main factors that led Greece to financial capitulation?
- Could EU institutions be changed from the inside?
THIS IS NOT A COUP
Appropriate that these fine docs come from Greeks, the country the Euro bankers wanted to destroy and loot to save their sorry asses from their bad gambles.
Over the Summer, read "Seven Pillars of Wisdom," by T.E. Lawrence, AKA 'Lawrence of Arabia. If you've seen the excellent David Lean film, you've got a good idea of what Larry was up to in Arabia; stirring up things so the Brits could push out the Ottoman Empire and replace the Turks with British overlords.
Lawrence states that British intelligence sent him to Arabia in back around 1911, three years BEFORE the start of WW I to gather intelligence and to sound out the Arab tribal chiefs. Think the Rothschilds knew back in 1911 that there was going to be a 'Great War,' which became known as World War I after WW II had been kicked off?
All Wars Are Bankers' Wars By Michael RiveroTo these leeches, war is good business, affording them excellent investment opportunities to make more money, which these fucks can never get enough of, since these days, a billion dollars just ain't what it used to be!
I know many people have a great deal of difficulty comprehending just how many wars are started for no other purpose than to force private central banks onto nations, so let me share a few examples, so that you understand why the US Government is mired in so many wars against so many foreign nations. There is ample precedent for this.
All Wars Are Bankers’ Wars
Former managing director of Goldman Sachs – and head of the international analytics group at Bear Stearns in London (Nomi Prins) – notes:
Throughout the century that I examined, which began with the Panic of 1907 … what I found by accessing the archives of each president is that through many events and periods, particular bankers were in constant communication [with the White House] — not just about financial and economic policy, and by extension trade policy, but also about aspects of World War I, or World War II, or the Cold War, in terms of the expansion that America was undergoing as a superpower in the world, politically, buoyed by the financial expansion of the banking community.
In the beginning of World War I, Woodrow Wilson had adopted initially a policy of neutrality. But the Morgan Bank, which was the most powerful bank at the time, and which wound up funding over 75 percent of the financing for the allied forces during World War I … pushed Wilson out of neutrality sooner than he might have done, because of their desire to be involved on one side of the war.
Now, on the other side of that war, for example, was the National City Bank, which, though they worked with Morgan in financing the French and the British, they also didn’t have a problem working with financing some things on the German side, as did Chase …
When Eisenhower became president … the U.S. was undergoing this expansion by providing, under his doctrine, military aid and support to countries [under] the so-called threat of being taken over by communism … What bankers did was they opened up hubs, in areas such as Cuba, in areas such as Beirut and Lebanon, where the U.S. also wanted to gain a stronghold in their Cold War fight against the Soviet Union. And so the juxtaposition of finance and foreign policy were very much aligned.
So in the ‘70s, it became less aligned, because though America was pursuing foreign policy initiatives in terms of expansion, the bankers found oil, and they made an extreme effort to activate relationships in the Middle East, that then the U.S. government followed. For example, in Saudi Arabia and so forth, they get access to oil money, and then recycle it into Latin American debt and other forms of lending throughout the globe. So that situation led the U.S. government.
After all, wars are the fastest way for banks to create more debt … and therefore to make more profit. No wonder they love war.
The Federal Reserve and other central banks also help to start wars by financing them. Thomas Jefferson and the father of free market capitalism, Adam Smith, both noted that the financing wars by banks led to more – and longer – wars.
The big banks have also been laundering money for terrorists. The big bank employee who blew the whistle on the banks’ money laundering for terrorists and drug cartels says that the giant bank is still aiding terrorists, saying:
"The public needs to know that money is still being funneled through HSBC to directly buy guns and bullets to kill our soldiers …. Banks financing … terrorists affects every single American."