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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.

The English are Wimps

The English often think of themselves as a super race, but in fact they’re wimps. When the Pope sent a crusade to England in 1066, William the Conqueror became king after the Battle of Hastings, and the papist kings continued to rule right up to Henry VIII and beyond. King Harold II, who died in 1066, was the last English King to rule over England, for it was the House of Orange that took over from the papist kings in 1688. Because William and Mary, for obvious reasons, had no children, the germanic kings took over in 1714, starting with the House of Hanover, and rule to this day.

Following Henry VIII’s tantrum in the early part of the 16th century, the Pope sent, in 1588, another crusade that history refers to as the Spanish Armada. By this time, the Jewish and Huguenot financiers, who were busy creating a new English financial infrastructure in order to replace that of the Church of Rome, had financed the construction of a considerable navy, and the English defeated the Spanish Navy, albeit with a little help from Mother Nature. The end result was that the remaining papist forces in Britain were further weakened, and the Spanish colony in Holland became independent.

The Jewish bankers, known as the new Protestants, were quick to establish themselves in Amsterdam, and the Dutch ruled the waves for the next hundred years.

Starting in the 1650’s, the Amsterdam and London bankers fought several naval battles in order to establish their supremacy, but the battles didn’t achieve much, and since they were of the same breed they decided, in 1677, to join William of Orange and Mary Stuart, a very odd couple, in holy matrimony.

The child Mary was devastated, and after living 11 years in Holland with an absent and weird husband, to the relief of Mary, the couple was encouraged to invade England with a 5000-men army. They arrived in London in 1688 without firing a shot, and the Immortal Seven, as they were known, handed them the keys to the city.

The bankers then created the first real Parliament in 1689 and followed that up with the Bank of England in 1694.

Modern England has never had an English sovereign.

History is simple

                                        

History is simple. All one has to know is what happened in 1694, 1781, 1804, 1875, 1913 and 1944. Those are the turning points that led to the creation of the great market economies that make up our world today. If we know what important developments took place in those years, we know how our world of credit works.

In 1694, bankers from Amsterdam and London, mostly Jews and Huguenots, created the first private national bank ever: the Bank of England. They had succeeded in creating an official financial institution that replaced the unofficial one represented by the Catholic Church of Rome prior to Henry VIII’s shenanigans.

In 1781, Mayer Amschel Bauer, succeeded in snatching the American pie, a very small pie at the time, from those same English bankers. That was the year he created the Bank of North America.

Mayer then went on to destroy what was left of Europe’s financial power, the Church of Rome, and he started with France, the cornerstone of that power. He pulled off the biggest real estate scam in history and became extremely rich and powerful in the process. In 1804, the takeover of France was complete when Napoleon entrenched the Napoleon Code.

 However, the Catholic Royalists who had lost a lot of assets to Mayer weren’t about to throw in the towel. It took three more revolutions for Mayer’s descendants to make them cry uncle. In 1875, some 80 years after the French Revolution, the Catholic Royalists finally caved in and agreed to have France run by an elected president. That marked the definite end of the Church of Rome as a financial power.

In 1913, as we all know, the Federal Reserve board was created which meant the US Dollar was on the road to replacing the English Pound and become the first world fiat currency of reference.

 However, in order to do that, the ex-Holy Roman Empire countries in Europe had to be forced into accepting that currency. After two world wars and much death and destruction, in 1944, the leaders all sat down at Bretton Woods and accepted the US Dollar as the world fiat currency of reference. Mayer’s descendants were now in total control of the financial institutions of the world; all the currencies were fixed to the US Dollar. 

 Today, the world is run by pushing the levers of credit. Mayer’s dynasty can make GM go under, play with the stock exchanges, the gold prices, and the economies of Europe. Making China grow skyscrapers instead of rice is a piece of cake, rice cake that is. Everybody is forced to accept the US Dollar and that currency isn’t the property of the US Government in spite of its name. Would the dynasty that created the Bank of North America in 1781 have anything to do with printing the stuff?

Why history is boring

History never tells us about the underlying forces of historical developments; we are given a timeline of wars, massacres, kings, and regimes and we get an A if we repeat the dates and the names correctly. No wonder history bores us.

 

When we’re told that we have to know where we come from if we want to know where we’re going, everyone knows that that’s a true statement. Yet, we don’t know who we are and how our world was created and by whom. We’re not encouraged to discuss the fact that we’re monkeys, we’re not told how and why Christianity was officially declared to be the official religion in 325 AD, we’re not told what the connection was between the Roman Empire and the Holy Roman Empire, we’re not told that the Christian Church was the financial power of Europe for centuries and ruled it with its Kings, we’re not told how the Jews and Huguenots overthrew that financial power, we’re not told that it was these same bankers that made the Industrial Revolution possible, and we’re not told that the Bank of England in 1694 and the Bank of North America in 1781 were private banks.

 

We’re taught that Christianity, Democracy, the Industrial Revolution, the united coast-to-coast US economy and that of China and Europe all happened due to the natural curve of growing people power. We’re fully aware that the world financial power is omnipotent but we prefer believing that when there’s a 700 billion dollar bailout handed out somewhere, we’re the ones who have to pay it back. We like to believe that we’re somehow the ones who decide these things and are responsible.

 

In other words, it’s easier to accept that our history is a mumble-jumble of facts and dates. If we followed the money trail instead, it would be fascinating. We live in a world that provides us with the greatest comfort and security imaginable, a world that no human before us has ever known, and we’re more stressed than ever. Something is definitely wrong.

 

If only we understood how the bankers created this consumer world of ours, then we could relax and fully enjoy our hominin values.

Stealing the American Pie

When Mayer Amschel Rothschild brokered the soldiers-for-America deal for Prince William, he wasn’t as wealthy and powerful as the City bankers in London, but he had foresight.

 

We’ve already seen how the bankers got together in London after the Glorious Revolution in 1688, and how they created a Parliament in 1689 and the Bank of England in 1694. Because of the great political stability, the bankers didn’t hesitate to finance all the R&D they could, and a period called the Industrial Revolution followed.

 

The English bankers were making a lot of money with the triangular trade but the European continent with its wars and great populations was a much more lucrative place to invest. Moreover, the bankers were more interested in destabilizing the Holy Roman Empire than listening to the complaints coming out of the 13 Colonies.

 

Not so for Rothschild. When he sent Haym Salomon as his agent toAmerica, he knew exactly what he would do. He would finance the Patriots using the gold earned brokering the Hessian soldiers deal. It’s hard for us today to imagine how insignificant the 13 Colonies were compared to Europe—New York City had a population of 14000—and how a low budget operation financing the Patriots was. That plus the fact the English weren’t prepared to have Englishmen fighting Englishmen made it very easy for Rothschild. Luck did help, however, when his agent was asked to broker the huge French aid package. Creating the Bank of North America was in the pocket.

First International Bank

The Bank of North America was created in 1781 by interests other than the Bank of England, and that made banking international.

 In 1781, all the gold bullion available in the USA was under Rothschild’s control. After financing the whole war effort and being very generous to the politicians in Philadelphia, everybody owed Haym Salomon, and it was very easy to get Robert Morris and Alexander Hamilton to spearhead the bank project through Congress. In 1786, Salomon died a pauper at the age of 44, Morris became Superintendent of Finance and ended up in prison in 1796, while Hamilton became US Secretary of the Treasury and died in a duel in 1804. As of that moment, all possible ties with Mayer Amschel Rothschild’s family were severed for good.

Thanks to the mindboggling French real estate fraud of 1789, the French Revolution, Rothschild and his five sons were able in the next few years to buy up most of the gold bullion available in Europe. By the turn of the 19th century, Nathan Rothschild was unofficially in charge of the Bank of England and the Rothschilds had financial control of both the Old and the New World.   

The House of Rothschild could now concentrate on developing an American coast-to-coast market economy, and the Louisiana Purchase was the first step in that direction.

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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