The World Order: A Study in the Hegemony of Parasitism The history and practices of the parasitic financial elite
OK THE FIRST 30 MIN. PRETTY BORING. I'M JUST TALKING & I WASN'T VERY INTERESTING AT ALL! SKIP AHEAD AND IT GETS BETTER (A LITTLE BIT) STILL A RANDOM SHOW. I GIVE IT A.... C-
I'm studying J.P. Morgan and the Rockefellers right now. Morgan constantly supported the gold standard calling it "sound money." He also considered himself a pirate -- oops, I mean a "privateer" -- in the service of the British Crown and the City. That's why he called all 4 of his yachts, "Corsair", and painted them black. Not surprisingly, he stopped short of flying the "Jolly Roger", however. Gold money is the ultimate centralization of the money power. Yes, it IS sound money. The quantity is easily controlled, but it does not democratize the money power to operate to the benefit of we, the people. It centralizes it into the hands of those few best able to buy up the commodity serving as the monetary base -- gold. This would, in fact, be the bankers. I believe that a sovereign money must serve the public interest -- by definition. I believe that gold money does not serve the public interest. I believe power should be decentralized to the maximum extent which is politically practical. Too much decentralization slips over into anarchy and yields the same as too much centralization in the first place. - Bill Still
Eustace Mullins tribute too. http://www.whale.to/b/financial.html http://www.whale.to/b/mullins5.html the fed
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