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A blog people don’t read

My blog deals with the anomalies of modern history, or put another way, the macro history of the AD era. It can be considered controversial and even conspiratorial by some, but it aims mainly to show what a great world the bankers created in 1689. It follows that up by showing how HR stole the American pie in 1775 by creating a more sophisticated fiat banking system.

In the meantime, some entity seems bent on not having my blog or my book FED-ility circulated too widely, and a modern form of censorship comes to mind. I have blogged some 50 times, and the content should have aroused sentiment or curiosity, but so far, not a single comment.

This is a request to have anyone, who has read my blog rulewithcredit.com and perhaps made a comment, to contact me directly at yalord5@yahoo.ca . In this way, I can at least check and see if I’m paranoid or not.

Thank you very much.

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Bretton Woods, not Yalta

Once it was deemed the right time to invade Europe, the Allies landed with Zorro leading them, and the war was over in a matter of months. There would never again be a world war, for HR had already put the final touches on its financial control of the entire world.

 

First, the market crash of 1929 had been a diabolical way of replacing the pound with the dollar as we’ve seen in an earlier blog. Thereafter, there was nothing to stop the US Dollar from becoming the world reserve currency. The world changed forever not at the famous Yalta Conference in 1945, but at Bretton Woods, a year earlier. It seems that HR had things well in hand from the beginning. With the world in chaos, in 1944, at the Bretton Woods conference, the Federal Reserve Board had no difficulty in getting most of the major countries to tie their currency to the US Dollar, thus making the latter the first official world currency of reference. Later, in 1971, when the gold standard was dropped, the dollar became a legitimate world fiat reserve currency. HR had achieved the ultimate in financial wizardry.

 

The two world wars were definitely about democracy, if we accept democracy as meaning control of currency and credit by private bankers, as explained in a previous blog. One should never forget that the Bank of England created in 1694, the Bank of North America created in 1781, and the FED created in 1913 were and are all made up of private bankers. HR, in the City, controls all the currencies of the world with the use of the US Dollar that’s managed by the FED, its visible arm.

Maginot Line Anomaly

In analyzing any world development, we have to keep in mind that HR’s FED looks at the world as a game board and studies the moves it plans to make long in advance. For instance, when the Maginot Line was built on France’s German border prior to WWII, China, Japan and Germany were very much on HR’s mind. And to better understand what was going on, we need only ask why the French decided to build such an archaic and costly structure as the Maginot Line. It was at a time when air and tank warfare was already well established, so why didn’t the French build tanks and airplanes instead of a wall? If they had, the French superiority would have been insurmountable and Germany would have been stopped dead in its tracks, as any military strategist will confirm. Colonel Charles de Gaulle had written a book in 1934 in which he advocated mobile mechanized warfare involving tanks and aircrafts. One of his proposals was the construction of a light, high-performance D-2 tank instead of the heavier B-1s, which cost three times more. The Maginot Line, which cost around seven billion (1939) francs, could have been used to finance the construction of nine thousand D-2 tanks and the equivalent of one thousand Spitfire aircrafts. That, added to the fifteen hundred or so aircrafts and the thousands of tanks France already had, would have been overwhelming. Furthermore, the French were leaders in tank warfare; their WWI FT17, the first tank with a turret, was copied worldwide and in WWII, the B-1bis tank easily outperformed the German tanks.

 

When HR’s FED started promoting and financing the Maginot Line in 1930, in view of waging WWII, it was also financing the huge armament machine in Germany. It knew its plan would make it possible to get two birds with one stone. It knew that getting an isolationist U.S. to attack Japan, or even getting the U.S. to wage another war in Europe, would be next to impossible. But what if Japan attacked the U.S.?

 

If the Maginot Line were constructed, it would allow Germany to skirt around it, go through France, and conquer the allies with lightning speed. A very desperate Japan, facing a total embargo, would feel confident in having an “invincible” Germany as an ally and would be tempted to attack the U.S. If it did, not only would the U.S. have to go to war against the Japanese Empire, but it would likely get involved in the European conflict while it was at it. So as expected, in 1941, after seeing how easily Germany had defeated the allies and faced with the devastating embargo imposed on it by HR’s FED, Imperial Japan decided to act aggressively by attacking Pearl Harbor in December of that year. Not surprisingly, Japan was totally destroyed while the U.S. suffered one hundred and six thousand casualties. After the 1945 bombings, during which over five hundred thousand Japanese civilians died, Japan was occupied by U.S. forces and transformed into a market economy, but similar to post-war Germany, it was a country without a military. HR’s FED then opened the credit tap and turned the tiny archipelago into the second greatest economy on the planet.  German and Japanese cars flooded America in no time. The Japanese products were shoddy at first, but in just a few years, quality control got things right. HR’s FED transformed two broken down bankrupt countries into superpowers overnight, just like they did recently with China. Who are the real supermen?

The Pound Sterling VS the US Dollar

After the creation of the FED in 1913, HR had the wherewithal to get rid of what was left of the Holy Roman Empire and create a market economy in Europe. The first order of business was to get rid of the Tsars by financing the Bolsheviks in preparation for WWI. But as it turned out, Lenin took Russia out of the war instead, and the war to end all wars failed. HR’s FED immediately started laying the groundwork for WWII, and decided, in the interim, to get rid of the Pound Sterling as a world reserve currency, for the US Dollar showed a lot more promise as a currency of reference.

So, HR’s FED took advantage of the twenty-year pause between wars to advance its agenda and perpetrate the 1929 market crash. Like in all market manipulations, the bankers made all the wrong decisions in order to create a major market bubble, and when they felt the time was right, they burst it and pretended to fix things by again making all the wrong decisions. That is a well-established procedure as we’ve seen in 2008.

After WWI, America had become the greatest market economy in the world and most of Europe, especially Britain, started buying into the American dream. Since in those days gold was still used in international transactions, gold flowed—or had to appear to flow—into the U.S. as the market bubble grew, and when it burst, HR’s FED simply told  the world that the English gold reserves were depleted. HR and its banker friends on both sides of the Atlantic had worked in unison in order to officially move the English gold from the Bank of England vaults to the Federal Reserve Bank vaults, or rather, to appear to do so, for in reality, the FED answers to HR established in the City. Everyone could see that England was investing heavily in America and after the crash, the three Gorgon sisters, Reuters, AFP and AP, simply told the world that the pound was no longer adequately backed by gold, and confidence in the hallowed currency eroded. It was a rather easy tour de main, for the books of HR’s FED and the Bank of England have never had an independent audit.

At the end of the day, the market crash of 1929 had been a diabolical way of replacing the pound with the dollar while at the same time making it appear that it was the result of legitimate business transactions in a free-market economy. HR’s FED depends on the democratic process for its very survival and it can’t allow anything to undermine it.

Recruiting a twit

The Treaty of Versailles definitely indicated the direction in which HR’s FED was heading, and very soon the bankers found their mouthpiece—the man who would rally the German crowds. Adolf Hitler was noticed very early on in 1919. In spite of his poor physical condition, he had joined the army in 1914 at age twenty-five. Until then, he had been a poor, lost soul and the war had given him a purpose in life. Private Hitler volunteered his services as a dispatch runner—a very dangerous assignment—and was eventually promoted to the rank of corporal. His comrades thought he was rather weird, for he forever volunteered for the most dangerous missions, facing death repeatedly while remaining unruffled by it all. In 1916, he was wounded in the leg and went on R&R to Berlin where he became thoroughly disgusted with the German civilians’ apathy toward the war. Then, in the last days of the war, he was blinded by chlorine gas and returned to a starving, weary Germany to convalesce. Upon hearing that Germany had been defeated, he became totally despondent. It seemed he had lost his raison d’être. When he eventually snapped out of it, he was filled with deep hatred and revenge.

 

In 1919, still in the army, this overly patriotic twit went so far as to inform on his fellow soldiers and this led to the arrest and even the execution of many of them. The General Staff, embittered by Germany’s defeat and the unjust terms of the armistice, rewarded Hitler by promoting him to undercover agent and sending him on an indoctrination course at the University of Munich. He returned as an “education’ officer,” and started speaking out with great vehemence against the Communists. The Thule Society had taken Hitler under its wing and his fate was sealed.

 

Hitler swore vengeance on those who had defeated Germany and had put an end to the only worthwhile experience he had ever known: war. Inexplicably, his ire was directed mostly at the perceived enemies from within Germany and the enemies were, not surprisingly, the Communists and the Jewish Marxists. Moreover, Hitler had to have had serious psychological problems in order to promote the idea of a superior race made up of blond, blue-eyed Aryans. This was not a healthy idea to begin with, but it was especially so because Hitler happened to have a swarthy complexion and brown eyes that had most likely been genetically transmitted by a Jewish parent. It’s obvious that someone was manipulating this air brain.

 

In 1919, Hitler, the intelligence officer, dressed as a civilian to spy on a meeting of the German Workers’ Party in Munich. When one of the members suggested that Bavaria separate from Germany and join Austria, it touched a raw nerve in an extremely patriotic Hitler, who couldn’t resist lashing out at the whole gathering, in spite of the fact that he had been born Austrian. Nonetheless, he definitely had the gift of the gab and everybody was impressed. Understandably, the members of the Thule Society were quick to have him join the German Workers’ Party. He may have been uneducated and had deep psychological problems, but now, this empty-headed megalomaniac guided by hate and vengeance was in politics.

 

Hitler was a great talker, but all the ideas he kept expounding over the years were those of the Thule Society. This select fraternity consisted of a small group of influential Germans who believed in the superiority of the Aryan race. They were deeply nationalistic and racist and from the very beginning, they had the swastika in their coat of arms. It was Dietrich Eckart, a leading member of that society that helped Hitler hone his public speaking skills. As early as 1919, Hitler had definitely been taken in by the Thule Society, the group that gave birth to the Nazi Party.

 

At first, the violent methods used to promote Hitler and the German Workers’ Party didn’t have the desired results. They only succeeded in getting the whole country to view Hitler as a silly little man—a sort of bad-tempered clown. Nonetheless, by 1923, Germany was reeling under the effects of inflation and Hitler’s backers thought the time had come to make their mark by overthrowing the Bavarian Government. However, the Munich Beer Hall Putsch, as it became known, failed and Hitler was arrested. That’s when Hitler’s supporters decided that force alone was not going to work and that it was best to use more politically-correct methods.

 

Hitler’s public trial lasted several weeks and, for some unknown reason, the authorities let this ridiculous little man flaunt his oratory skills during that whole time. He apparently seduced many of the judges, for instead of getting life he got five years and was eligible for parole in six months. He served nine months in luxurious quarters and even had a private secretary, Rudolph Hess, who was a member of the Thule Society. That’s when Hitler produced Mein Kampf, a book that could never have been written without the help of Hess, a man who had studied politics at the University of Munich. The writing of Mein Kampf was, without a doubt, a way to spread Thule Society propaganda.

 

Guided by the members of the Thule Society, and assisted by misfits like Joseph Goebbels, a communications and propaganda genius, Heinrich Himler, a cruel, cold-blooded psychopath, and Adolf Eichmann, a logistics genius, Hitler became Fuhrer in 1934. It’s obvious that the Nazi Party was a very costly machine to operate and only HR’s FED, through the Bundesbank and the German arms industry, could have financed such a sophisticated political machine. Germany was a devastated country, so who else could have done it? Regardless, as the arms industry revved up its war production and the economy picked up, Hitler—now seen as some kind of savior—easily convinced the German people that war was inevitable

The end of WWI anomaly

To be sure, WWI ended just as oddly as it had started. When, in October 1918, the Americans and their allies breached the Siegfried Line, which, by the way, was in France, not Germany, the Germans stopped fighting. The Central Powers just rolled over and immediately signed the Armistice on November 11th, 1918. How very bizarre! Were the mighty Prussians wimps in disguise, or was HR’s FED forcing them to stop by withholding credit? Why didn’t the Allies pursue and push this invading army of monsters back into Germany? Millions were killed in abominable conditions in a war of attrition that devastated much of northern France, and the victorious Allies are content to say, “Okay, guys, it’s over. You can go home now.” Very odd behavior indeed!

In 1917, something must have gone wrong with the WWI plan. HR’s FED had no doubt planned for the Americans to enter the war and pierce the Western Front while the victorious Bolsheviks attacked from the East. The intent, of course, was to crush Imperial Germany. But it didn’t happen. Lenin decided to quit the war, instead. So, with no Eastern Front and after four years of apocalyptic trench warfare in France, HR’s FED obviously decided to let everybody take a breather and get at Imperial Germany some other day. If Lenin died in 1924 of gunshot wounds sustained in a 1918 assassination attempt, it was likely because he had failed, or maybe had even double-crossed HR’s FED.

 

That’s why HR’s FED had to immediately sit down at the drawing board and prepare for WWII. Since the Treaty of Versailles signed in 1919 was the worst possible peace treaty imaginable, we can be sure that lasting peace was not its main purpose. All the statesmen had to be from la-la land in order to give their approval to such terms. The thirty-three billion dollars of war reparations the allies imposed on Germany couldn’t possibly be repaid and everybody knew it. Furthermore, when the Allies split Germany in two by creating the Polish Corridor, they profoundly humiliated the whole German population. Such decisions on the part of the allies were more than enough to set the wheels in motion for WWII within Germany.

WWI – Anomaly 1

The three Gorgon sisters (AP, AFP and Reuters) used the most basic kind of propaganda to work the nations of the world into a frenzied, anti-German mood. We don’t know when the phrase “the war to end all wars” hit the wires, and we don’t know who was first to utter it, but we do know it was repeated time and time again until it became a war cry around the world, and any good propagandist will agree that once such a phrase is rooted in the popular psyche, very few citizens will dare speak out against it, for war and patriotism are concepts that are welded together. Later, when it came time for the U.S. to go to war, President Wilson even created the Committee on Public Information (CPI), an official propaganda and censorship agency, and we know who controls the White House.

Archduke Franz Ferdinand was assassinated on June 28, 1914, and without the least indication that Serbia was responsible for the assassination, Emperor Franz Joseph declared war on Serbia on July 28th. On August 4th, the United Kingdom declared war on Germany and by August 12th all the major powers were at war and the first major engagement of WWI, which took the lives of 27,000 French troops, occurred on August 22, 1914. That means that in less than eight weeks after the assassination, all countries had declared war on each other and blood had started flowing. How could things have happened so fast? It’s inconceivable that the war could have been declared by telegraph or by telephone. In those days, it would have taken two weeks for a Russian diplomat to go from Moscow to Paris and back! The speed with which the events unfolded can only mean that the individual governments were all ready to go to war. Normally, diplomats talk, gesture, threaten, and make attempts at compromise, especially when dealing with such a banal, international incident. If events unfolded so quickly, it can only mean that HR’s FED had let huge amounts of credit flow to the Central Banks of the concerned European countries, who then directed it to the individual national arms industries. The Currency Laws of 1909 had been a way of doing just that. War is definitely HR (House of Rothschild) business.

A lot of sane people were violently opposed to the war, but the wires kept spewing out the “war to end all wars” propaganda to the point where it became unsafe to even challenge it. Almost twenty million people were killed because a so-so Archduke was assassinated by an unknown anarchist—the international scare word in vogue at the time—and for no apparent reason. How can anyone believe that a fait divers made all the great statesmen of the world go berserk and make the worst kinds of decisions with lightning speed and on cue? Aren’t statesmen in the business of averting wars or pretending to do so? WWI was a precipitated war, but a well-planned one.

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