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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.


Anomalies of History

Historical anomalies started happening in conjunction with the rise of the Roman Catholic Church and have continued to this day. The first anomaly was when the Catholic Christians took over the Roman Empire infrastructure like a hermit crab does when it squats in the shell of a sea snail. For some unknown reason, Emperor Constantine conveniently went east to Istanbul to rule over the Byzantine Empire thus leaving the western part of the Empire to the Popes.

The second anomaly has to do with Clovis being recruited to destroy the much greater European populations of Arian Christians who believed that Jesus was a prophet sent by God, not the son of God. Oddly enough, the history books refer to the Arian Christians as barbarians.

The third anomaly has to do with the Popes anointing kings and having them rule over the different parts of Europe. Again, history books are very vague when referring to the Holy Roman Empire. As a matter of fact, they first refer to it as being a German Empire, although France was its cornerstone from the very beginning. To be sure, the Holy Roman Empire was European although it wasn’t referred to as such, and it unofficially started with Clovis.

The fourth anomaly is due to the fact that the Catholic Church of Rome was the undeclared financial power of Europe. And because it was a spiritual power, it had to disguise its temporal power any way it could. Great families like the Medicis handled the cash while the Popes used diplomacy, intermarriages, crusades, wars, inquisitions in order to encourage their kings to keep Europe Catholic. The reason history is so boring is because it focuses on dates and details instead of on the why. It’s much like today when we concentrate on what the US President does instead of on the why as dictated by the House of Rothschild residing in the City.

The fifth anomaly is much more interesting, for it deals with how these bankers destroyed the very inefficient Holy Roman Empire as a financial power and replaced it with the best and most efficient system imaginable: credit. First, they created a parliament in 1689 and had the people elect their representatives. The latter, in wanting to do things before the taxes were collected, a very human foible that the bankers were betting on, started borrowing from the bankers in 1694. The parliamentarians ran the country but could only do what the bankers allowed them to do or what the bankers decided to finance. For the first time in their history, the bankers not only controlled credit but were sure of having their loans repaid, and the Industrial Revolution naturally followed. As common man started having access to credit, it became the golden age of mankind.

The English Myth

In 1066, Rome, the head office of the Holy Roman Empire, financed the expedition of William the Conqueror in order to take control of England. The Rome sponsored Kings, mostly of French origin, ruled England right up to the advent of William of Orange in 1689.


During Henry VIII’s reign (1491-1547), England was still not much more than the backwoods of Europe. It had a population of barely 5 million while France had a population of around 20 million. However, around 1550, England’s population started to grow, and London was on the road to becoming a major player in Europe.


It was due, of course, to Henry VIII’s shenanigans. He had wanted to get rid of Catherine of Aragon, but the Pope had refused to grant him the divorce, for he didn’t want to offend the King of Spain who headed a country that was much more important than England at the time.


As we all know, Henry booted out the Pope, and that was the greatest thing that ever happened to England and perhaps the world. Henry wasn’t aware that in doing so he was destroying the country’s financial infrastructure that had been put in place by the Catholic Church. After the fact, he did everything he could to finance his operations, but to no avail, and soon England started depending on private bankers. That was around 1550, and that’s when England, or rather London, started to boom. In time, the bankers who had already established themselves in a Protestant Amsterdam would  join the London bankers. In 1688, together, they financed the William of Orange expedition, established the Parliament in 1689 and the Bank of England in 1694. The bankers, sure of being repaid, were now free to finance the research and development that was needed to launch what is known today as the Industrial Revolution.


Many think, and especially the English, that because of these events and developments the English are a superior race, but they are not any more so than the Russians, the Americans, the Japanese, the Germans or the Chinese. The people of whatever color, race or region are pretty much all the same; they are just used and/or turned into supermen when it serves the bankers’ interests. It could be said that the bankers rule the world and get the people to run it for them. And although they have their head office in the City, they are not English; they are far beyond nationalism and patriotism.

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.

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