The coming war – the people versus the banks.

There is a huge world war coming up! How do you stop a world recession? By going to war. The US is finding out now, just as the British people found out in the 1980s, that capitalism has no national allegiances – it will back stab whoever it damn well pleases if it makes a bigger profit. No matter how much you provide incentives to it and try to appease it, capitalism will turn on you.The banks took the newly printed trillions and instead of lending to the American people, they put it in the emerging economies still looking to make a quick buck off the “hot money”. The banks exported the inflation which was intended for the USA. If the US Treasury and Federal Reserve were smart which they’re not, they would impose capital controls so that money and the inflation can’t leave the USA or even nationalize the banks so they can direct lending to the people.

Solution: All governments around the world immediately stop borrowing money from the private international banksters and put the creation of money back into the hands of the people of the nations where it properly belongs
“When a government is dependent upon bankers for money, they and not the leaders of the government control the situation, since the hand that gives is above the hand that takes.
Money has no motherland; financiers are without patriotism and without decency; their sole object is gain.”
– Napoléon Bonaparte
“The issue which has swept down the centuries and which will have to be fought sooner or later is the people versus the banks.”
– Lord Acton
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6 Responses to “The coming war – the people versus the banks.”

  1. At last! Someone intelligent who knows what’s going on Webster Tarpley. Rather than the usual drivel from WASP.
    Nice to see something with intelligent thought on your site Tap.

  2. Anonymous says:

    Hi Tap, Maybe BSB is an American if he likes Webster Tarpley, most do not know him here.
    What Webster says is very good and true, yet he does not point the finger at the correct people.
    Wasp on the other hand, points out the Jesuits followed by Freemasons as the Puppet Masters.
    As one of the puppets, having worked all my life, I like to know who the real enemy is.
    Wasp lays the truth on the line, it’s upto us to remember who are the enemy.
    The Bankers pay the X politicians to rob the hell out of the Workers, they have no allegiance to us.
    When we are starving due to all the Chemtrailing, we should remember them.
    Try and pay attention BSB, try to gain knowledge.

  3. Yes, Lord Acton I think is right. But are the banks all governed from Rome? I suspect that’s where all the money trails end-up.
    The Rothschild’s have been the official keepers / investors of the Papal gold since 1830’s or 1840’s and they, as far as I know, set-up and still run the BiS in Basal, Switzerland, the central bank of all central banks, the hub of the entire global money system.
    Money is the root of all evil and all roads lead to Rome, or Babylon – same place! Have a look at the link to the article I posted in comments a few days ago, explaining this.

  4. Twig says:

    Have you seen this video of a jet trail being switched off and then on again?

  5. Anonymous says:

    Tarpley is a (fairly) regular on the Alex Jones show. I listen to Alex Jones a lot, and Alex has said many times that there are a few areas which he strongly disagrees with Tarpley on. Tarpley on the whole does make a lot of good points.

    I agree with WASP on his theory of Jesuit control. You have to research right back to 1534 in their creation to follow their footsteps to present day. The fact that they are so ultra-secretive, and that anybody who hasn’t researched their background simply describes them as ‘nonsense’ and ‘conspiracy theory’, shows how effective they actually are.

    Ex-CIA director E. Howard Hunt once admitted that the Jesuits are the greatest intelligence agency in the world – high praise indeed.

    If people can bothered to look into the Jesuits rather than childish keyboard-warrior jibes then might like to look into the Aragon Templars too.

    As the saying goes: ”All roads lead to Rome”… it true in more ways than one.

  6. wasp says:

    I have sent you a rely James below your Question.


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