New World Banking

The main reasons the bankers had for creating democracy in 1689 was to have the people’s representatives run the country, borrow from the bankers’ central bank, and collect taxes in order to repay the loans. Democracy and credit have been interdependent from the very beginning. If you have one without the other for whatever reason, there’s chaos, and what’s happening in Greece today exemplifies this.

 In 1694, banking was national; there was only one central institution, the Bank of England, and credit was limited to Englishmen. It became international when the Bank of North America was created in 1781 making credit available to the businessmen of another land, the USA. The man responsible for the creation of that bank was Mayer Amschel Bauer, alias Rothschild. He wasn’t handicapped by mundane concepts such as patriotism and nationality, and he was such a visionary that he already knew how he would go about creating the first and greatest market economy in the world, that of the USA.

 The absolutely indispensable building block to this financial edifice would be gold and we’ll see how he eventually ended up with most of the gold ever produced in the world, more than 150000 tons of the stuff.

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