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The Monarchs Of Money

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The world's central banks have printed unimaginable amounts of money in recent years - "these guys are really more powerful than the government." Neil Macdonald explores what this means for the global economy and for your financial well-being - "can you imagine if the American public knew there was this 'club' that met secretly in Switzerland and made decisions that dramatically affected their lives, but we're not going to tell you about it because it's too complicated." This brief documentary should open a few eyes to the reality behind the world's most powerful (and real) cabal.

 

 

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Fri, 05/03/2013 - 20:45 | 3529130 SheepleLOVEched...
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The whole endgame of the current global monetary system is ZIRP. This ensures the transfer of ownership of ALL assets except one: The only way in which these people cannot take all of your property is by owning physical gold, due to the fact that it is the antithesis of the current monetary system. Think of gold as the kryptonite of Keynesianism. Gold has been real money LONG before there was FRB, and it will be real money LONG after this system is gone. If you want a TRUE store of long term, generational wealth you will own physical gold. The COMEX price of paper gold is not real, please do not be confused.

Fri, 05/03/2013 - 20:48 | 3529146 sitenine
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Image waking up one day, and no one wanted gold. Yeah, I know - I couldn't imagine it either.

Fri, 05/03/2013 - 21:07 | 3529182 IridiumRebel
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That's cuz it'll never happen. Chinese and Indians alone have twice the population of us fathead westerners and they ain't stopping.
:::::::::::::::Unleash anti-gold troll::::::::::::::

Fri, 05/03/2013 - 21:18 | 3529208 Pinto Currency
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These are not the monarchs of money.

They are the monarchs of ponzi and deception.

 

Who has been controlling the BIS all these years - beyond the notional central banks.

Fri, 05/03/2013 - 21:46 | 3529247 TwoShortPlanks
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There's only two videos you need watch.

The BIS, Part 1: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0r3-MNonZ64
The BIS, Part 2: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SqyG5VE-Y1U

As per my previous post/comments.

So the real question is, what is the framework, what is the network???

The Custodial Framework/Network
United Nations - Global Police
World Bank - Global Lender
International Monetary Fund - Global Debt Collector
Intelligence - Custodial Eyes & Ears (Mi6, Mi5, CIA, MSS, Mossad, FSB {KGB}, SIS, CSIS, ASIS, DCRI, BND etc)
Power & Control Centres - US Council on Foreign Relations, European Council on Foreign Relations, Club of Rome, Bilderberg Group, Royal Institute for International Affairs, Trilateral Commission etc.
Main Stream Media - Global Propaganda
Hollywood - Global Propaganda and epicentre for Alternative/Pagan/Kabbalic/Ancient Mystery Religious interests.
Bank for International Settlements - Global Banking Computer Network for the movement and transfer of Global Currencies (the Back Bone)
London Bullion Market Association - Physical distribution and controlling agency of Gold (real wealth)
Central banking Network - Physical distribution and controlling agency of Global Currencies (medium of exchange for services, goods and labour)
Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries – Global distributor and controlling agency of Global Oil (consumable real wealth)

More here: http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2013-04-28/it-gets-its-latest-european-lifeline-life-greece-about-get-even-harder#comment-3508434

Fri, 05/03/2013 - 21:47 | 3529283 Urban Redneck
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A video of some faggot fucktard reading from a webpage, is it amateur sourcing hour on ZH, where even Wikipedia or actual webpage that can be copied and pasted from is too highfalutin?  

Get serious and go to the source documents, such as the Headquarters Agreement at the beginning of the second clip and read the other clauses of the agreement that were conveniently excluded from the propaganda bullshit.  

www.bis.org/about/headquart-en.pdf

Fri, 05/03/2013 - 21:57 | 3529304 markmotive
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Japanese monetary policy will destroy the world economy. It is inevitable. The question is when.

This is perhaps the most detailed explanation of why Japan will implode the global financial system:

http://www.planbeconomics.com/2013/05/must-watch-christine-hughes-of.html

Fri, 05/03/2013 - 22:42 | 3529396 Pinto Currency
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"faggot fucktard"

Hmmm.  Cass has gone full dude.

Sat, 05/04/2013 - 00:18 | 3529497 DoChenRollingBearing
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I received a "doom porn" email (one of my favorite kinds!) from one of our small group interested in exfiltrating the USA (in case of TEOTWAWKI, etc.).  

Here is my response (edited to keep anonymity):

"Outgoing Email re Preparation"

http://tinyurl.com/c4ml4fh

Sat, 05/04/2013 - 00:34 | 3529566 Manthong
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19:57  “this is the way it should be done” -- Carney

http://www.hark.com/clips/vscsrpqrwy-you-arrogant-ass-youve-killed-us

Sat, 05/04/2013 - 01:16 | 3529618 AldousHuxley
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Masses...

Are a stupid bunch

Uneducated, can't do math, emotional rather than rational, hate to think, terrible tastes, thus deserve to be misled.

As long as the masses keep choosing Walmart and dancing with the stars while willfully ignoring truth about the real power structures,
Who wants to be governed by the leaders chosen by such masses?

Plus idiots seem to breed more than rational couples so democracy is a no go.

Sat, 05/04/2013 - 01:54 | 3529659 TwoShortPlanks
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Gold & Fiat Currency

Over the last few months I’ve tried to nail-down an underlying reality, a meaning, the ‘nature’, of both physical Gold and Fiat Currencies. Neither are obvious to the average person, and there are many, many versions as to what they both are, depending upon which camp you are in (Trader, Economist, Politician, PM Bug, Investor, Mum & Dad, Business Owner, Banker, Wanker, Central Planner etc-etc).

My reasoning for trying to identify this is simple; I have not been overly comfortable with what the majority of people on this forum, as well as other sectors, have declared them to be.

Not knowing the true nature of Gold and Currencies manifests into a failure to understand the relationships both have in the real world. Add to that a deficiency in understanding them as a financial tool and/or investment.

I would like to share with you what I’ve come up with…and I’ve kept them simple.

CAVEAT: I refer to currencies in a general sense, not one in particular, and not one in relation to the another. I do not refer to any Gold Derivatives.

Fiat Currencies are Derivatives
Since the abolition of the Gold Standard, Fiat Currencies have become a Derivative; as they are traded in the open market they point to an economy of origin, they point to that country’s Bond and Treasury Bills, and they point to the ‘Balance Sheet’ of that country’s Central Bank. Destroy the Bonds, Treasuries, Economy or Balance Sheet and you destroy the Fiat Currency as well. This was not necessarily the case when Currencies were backed by Gold and/or conformed to a Gold Standard, as the underlying value was preserved within the physical Gold…Currencies were indeed a ‘Claim Cheque’.

Gold has two lives (Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde); it spends most of its live as perpetual Commodity, but every now and then it becomes ‘Flux Money’. We all know its Dr Jekyll manifestation as a metal and traded commodity, so there’s no need to elaborate on that. In its Mr Hyde manifestation (Flux Money) it phases in and out of favour throughout history under certain conditions. When things are going well Gold is almost hated for its lack of return performance and cost of storage, but when things deteriorate, that's when Gold comes out of psychological hiding. When wealth moves into Gold for safety, by virtue of its demand, it becomes the vessel of choice. Once this starts to happen, a bottle-neck appears as more and more wealth converges upon a finite Gold supply. Demand forces the value of Gold upward and this is precisely when Gold recaptures its reputation and all of the ill feelings as a non-returning commodity are forgiven. I believe the reason Gold has this ability, this power, is simple; it’s etched into the psyche of every society since every society has historically been through dark times. Also, as the saying goes “there no such thing as an atheist in a fox hole”, well, there’s no such thing as a Paper Bug in a [global] Collapse, whether that be Deflation, hyperinflation or societal.

In simple terms, Currencies are derivatives which relate to the modern economy, and Gold is both a permanent commodity and occasional safe storage.

If you can relate to this, then you can proceed with the $64,000 question; where are Currencies going and where is Gold going?

So really, the answer to this question – since currencies are a derivative – relates directly to the actions of Central Banks, Government Treasuries, and Global Consumers.

And what are we seeing? Central Bank balance sheet expansion, Government Treasury Ponzi schemes, and a protracted contraction of Global Consumption.

If you believe Central Banks will keep printing, Governments will keep Deficit Spending, and Global Consumers are on the edge, then Gold will come out of flux and solidify back into money once again.

These who defy their intuition, those who defy the psyche of the market, will burn in a paper bonfire, should the current path be defended and this erosion continue.

Sat, 05/04/2013 - 02:30 | 3529691 Archduke
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I'm not a gold bug, but that was very cogent. +1

Sat, 05/04/2013 - 07:11 | 3529776 GetZeeGold
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All fiat is faith based. It takes almost nothing to print a $100 bill.

 

How much faith do you have left......in anything?

Sat, 05/04/2013 - 08:46 | 3529829 Pinto Currency
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TSPlanks,

Quote: " In its Mr Hyde manifestation (Flux Money) it phases in and out of favour throughout history under certain conditions. "

The reason that gold phases in and out as money is because of the continual effort of governments and money changers to control people & fight wars - to do that they must demonetize gold.

Various excuses are used to demonetize gold and when the central planners fail in their "new, latest and greatest" money schemes, they inevitably return to gold as money.


Sat, 05/04/2013 - 08:48 | 3529830 Payable on Death
Sat, 05/04/2013 - 11:45 | 3529932 IBelieveInMagic
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For all the handwringing that is expressed in this forum, we have accept that the current "wealth effect" bubble has preserved some remnants of our lifestyle. The rest of the world continues to slave for the mighty dollah which is showered upon us either in form of entitlement payments, make work jobs (govt jobs), asset bubbles. So, let us give thanks to our military and financial wizards for this joy ride.

If we are honest with ourselves, we would acknowledge that gold is too 'democratic' and would destroy our unfair economic advantage. Why voluntarily give up our advantage?

Sat, 05/04/2013 - 12:09 | 3530012 aint no fortuna...
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wtf, who are they shittin? This is a totally disingenuous hack job to divert attention from what the REAL intention of QE is - namely to run a 3 card monte scam between Treasury, the Primary Dealers and the Fed in order to bail out a couple dozen jumbo insolvent CRIMINAL banks here and in Europe. They don't give a flying fuck if they shove it up the ass of savers, the economy or a couple of generations of middle class victims as long as that fucking shit Dimon and his asshole buddies get their skanky asses bailed the fuck out. Gimme a fucking break - this is journalism?

Sat, 05/04/2013 - 12:24 | 3530028 IBelieveInMagic
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These jumbo banks are our front line financial troups to skim the rest of the world (by being lynchpin of the global financial system that preserves our reserve currency (USD and related swappable currencies)) but the employees in these banks have such a free hand, given the opportunity they have preyed on our population as well. But, the rest of the world actually faces the brunt of these banks aggression. So, suck it up boys, we have it relatively easy.

Sat, 05/04/2013 - 16:07 | 3530389 Pinto Currency
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IBelieve,

This is idle conjecture.

Wait just a short while yet and you will see the middle class and retirees wiped out as the currency and bond markets unwind.  Then we will see how much people will want to suck it up.

Sat, 05/04/2013 - 15:27 | 3530336 bonderøven-farm ass
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Surrender my soul to the banks for 'economic advantage'; a mess of pottage?  Fuck your slavery. 

"Most are engaged in business the greater part of their lives, because the soul abhors a vacuum and they have not discovered any continous employment for man's nobler faculties." ~ HD Thoreau

Sat, 05/04/2013 - 07:10 | 3529775 fuckitall
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Let me make it simple.   Currency is a derivative and gold isn't.

Currency is owned and controlled by someone else, just like any other derivative.  Its value can be dramatically affected by what the the owner/controller does.  This is the core meaning of "counterparty risk".

Physical gold has no counterparty risk.  It's not owned and controlled by someone else. 

Bottom line, "counterparty risk" means you don't own it.  You just rent it.

Sat, 05/04/2013 - 09:56 | 3529880 fourchan
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currency as a derivitive is no different than a credit default swap or mbs. 

 

 

the founders knew counter party risk was to be avoided at all costs thats why they made gold and sliver coin the law of the land.

the creature from jeckell island must die for america to be free again.

Sat, 05/04/2013 - 14:35 | 3530255 BigJim
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 ...Since the abolition of the Gold Standard, Fiat Currencies have become a Derivative; as they are traded in the open market they point to an economy of origin, they point to that country’s Bond and Treasury Bills, and they point tothe ‘Balance Sheet’ of that country’s Central Bank. Destroy the Bonds, Treasuries, Economy or Balance Sheet and you destroy the Fiat Currency as well.

This is some interesting stuff here TSP. But, I think, the aggregate value of a country's fiat currency/bonds/bills etc is ultimately a derivative of its government's ability to extract value from its citizens (and, in the case of a world reserve currency, other countries' citizens) and natural resources.

This is another angle on the exogenous/endogenous disparity between gold backed vs. fiat, debt-based monetary systems.

Sat, 05/04/2013 - 16:26 | 3530419 Lost Word
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Government and Corporations ability to extract value from its citizen-slaves.

Sat, 05/04/2013 - 08:38 | 3529827 grid-b-gone
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Your points are mostly true, but the masses did nothing in 2008 and have generally done better than the thinkers over the past five years. Within the set of thinkers, the subset of over-thinkers is significant.

I absolutely agree with those, like David Stockman who can "do math," but the key to making money is being correctly positioned just before the masses make their collective move. 

Market forces eventually win out, but too many of us thinkers miss out by understanding the eventual, logical conclusion of unsustainable trends.

Rational breeders lose their jobs to the instinct-based over-breeders who create markets where the shrewd move production to exploit two-dollar-per-day labor. 

I have not been able to find a clip to the SNL caveman skit where cavewoman Lorraine Newman gives her hilarious "You make me wet" line to the super-smart Steve Martin. Jealous low-brow caveman Phil Hartman(?) ultimately solves the love triangle issue with a club whack to Martin's character. That's kind of where we are with the thinkers of today thinking how things should be and not capitalizing on the bizarre, surreal way they really are.

Sat, 05/04/2013 - 11:13 | 3529962 AldousHuxley
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That's the dilemma

Play the game of exploiting the ignorant a
Or
Leave the game and try to minimize being controlled by leaders put in power who cater to the lowest common denominator

Smarts enable one to optimize their Money, power, fame, but obtaing them in the first place doesn't require much thought .

Sat, 05/04/2013 - 16:29 | 3530426 Lost Word
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Is Smart Criminal an oxymoron?

Sat, 05/04/2013 - 10:24 | 3529903 SpiceMustFlow
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Fuckin' amen to that 

Sat, 05/04/2013 - 10:47 | 3529926 RebelDevil
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Perhaps you'll understand  why that is by studying the Myers-Briggs Types.
http://www.personalitydesk.com/personality-types

Sat, 05/04/2013 - 16:19 | 3530405 Lost Word
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Governed by leaders chosen by the masses ?

Governed by leaders chosen by the Elites as puppets in pretended voter choices masses.

Sat, 05/04/2013 - 08:32 | 3529823 AgShaman
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Eventually....a "Carney" always gets your money. Even if you do win....it's some shitty little prize that fails to satisfy for very long.

The trick is to not play their crappy little games.

Sat, 05/04/2013 - 12:09 | 3530017 DoChenRollingBearing
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@ the Bearing Guy

Hey!  I picked up a troll!  How cool is that?  Maybe my blog has arrived!

Sat, 05/04/2013 - 07:44 | 3529793 grid-b-gone
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A good, in-depth explanation of why gold's technical indicators point to continued near-term weakness, but may ultimately turn the average investor to that which is real.

Understand why yield is being chased and that the trend can quickly reverse.

One key point made is to watch the bond market for early signs that Japan's monetary base doubling is leading to higher borrowing costs, not growth = failure of the monetary expansion policy.

The point that Japan's borrowing costs may lead to consuming all tax receipts in as little as two years is also a Kyle Bass point.

Germany, on the other hand, with its gold repatriation over the next few years, is probably preparing the Mark as its fall-back plan.

We will probably be surprised how long central bank schemes can perpetuate this historic economic experiment, now nearly 100 years developing since 1913, and how quickly it all collapses.

Fri, 05/03/2013 - 22:17 | 3529334 TwoShortPlanks
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What I find odd is your ability to watch two 15min videos and then reference the BIS “source documents, such as the Headquarters Agreement”, and somehow point out variations between the two………..all that in under 60 seconds!

Did you have everything at the ready or something? On a thread about Central Banking...Very fucking interesting!

TwoShortPlanks…..Fri, 05/03/2013 - 21:46 | 3529247

Urban Redneck…..Fri, 05/03/2013 - 21:47 | 3529283

I'm pretty up to speed with Time Dilation and Lorentz contraction as per Special Relativity however I fail to see the connection between SR and your abilities to reference and type.

Please explain how 60 seconds is possible?

Fri, 05/03/2013 - 22:22 | 3529355 Urban Redneck
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I already knew that the document existed, exactly where it was, and what it contents were, so it only took 10 seconds even with my crappy typing.

I watched the first video, until I gave up on pulling up the address the he was supposedly reading from, and moved on to the second video, and as soon as he started skipping sections entire like what the BIS can be sued for as opposed to what it can't- I stopped watching.

It was probably 5-7 minutes time, and we have pretty accurate timepieces here, so perhaps ZH got some crappy sever clocks when their servers departed ZH???

(ZH is the cantonal abbreviation for Zurich)

Or did you correct any typos in your original post?

Fri, 05/03/2013 - 22:33 | 3529375 TwoShortPlanks
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I did 2 [spelling] edits, perhaps that is the cause. I doubt they were more than a few minutes apart.

 

Fri, 05/03/2013 - 23:07 | 3529442 Urban Redneck
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That would explain it.  

The agreement itself isn't much different then the standard agreements used for diplomatic missions and a lot of exemptions aren't as broad as they first appear, such as "exemption for themselves, their spouses and children, from any immigration restrictions from any formalities concerning the registration of aliens and from any obligations relating to national service in Switzerland;" they don't get out of the passport control lines, but it will get them out of the immigration quota mess and a couple of trips to various authorities, however they still have to go through the diplomatic credentials submission and approval mess- which is just as time consuming, and the military service thing is irrelevant since Swiss don't want foreigners serving in the military or restocking bomb shelters (the non-military civil service equivalent), however, if there is a call up then the BIS must request a waiver of service for any Swiss employees.  

It's very Swiss that not only are they not immune from prosecution over traffic offenses, but they are liable for spot fines- which are generally paid in cash to the cop.  I seem to remember a case where a Georgian diplomat killed an American at Dupont Circle and it required a major foreign policy push by a superpower just to get his immunity waived.

And if TSHTF the Federal Council can invoke Article 25, and if the BIS doesn't comply then the entire agreement and its immunities are effectively nullified.  Neutrality and protocols are serious business over here though, and there are valid reasons for it- such as last Friday's speculation-du-jour which centered on exactly when the SNB pulled all of its gold out of FRBNY- the consensus of the chattering class was that it was done in response to a perceived threat to Swiss sovereign or central bank immunity as a result of the Volker Commission. 

Sat, 05/04/2013 - 01:50 | 3529657 All Risk No Reward
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Another recommendation is to review the 20 year research of one of their sycophants, one Carroll Quigley, presidential mentor (Clinton):

It must not be felt that these heads of the world's chief central banks were themselves substantive powers in world finance. They were not. Rather, they were the technicians and agents of the dominant investment bankers of their own countries, who had raised them up and were perfectly capable of throwing them down. The substantive financial powers of the world were in the hands of these investment bankers (also called "international" or "merchant" bankers) who remained largely behind the scenes in their own unincorporated private banks. These formed a system of international cooperation and national dominance which was more private, more powerful, and more secret than that of their agents in the central banks. This dominance of investment bankers was based on their control over the flows of credit and investment funds in their own countries and throughout the world. They could dominate the financial and industrial systems of their own countries by their influence over the flow of current funds through bank loans, the discount rate, and the re-discounting of commercial debts; they could dominate governments by their control over current government loans and the play of the international exchanges. Almost all of this power was exercised by the personal influence and prestige of men who had demonstrated their ability in the past to bring off successful financial coupe, to keep their word, to remain cool in a crisis, and to share their winning opportunities with their associates. In this system the Rothschilds had been preeminent during much of the nineteenth century, but, at the end of that century, they were being replaced by J. P. Morgan whose central office was in New York, although it was always operated as if it were in London (where it had, indeed, originated as George Peabody and Company in 1838).
~Carroll Quigley

My research independently coincides with Quigley's significantly more in-depth research - The Central Bank heads are puppets, lady (there is only one at any given time!) and gentlemen.  The "power of money" that is "gravely to be regarded" (Eisenhower's terms) constitute the Machiavellian Oz "behind the curtain," - and Central Bankers are their hand maidens and nothing more.  Consider them French Revolution insurance for the true monetary authoritarians.

Chapter 19 is fascinating for people who want to know what a knowledgeable dElite sycophant, with full access to dElite source documents, says about the real power structure of the world and their aims, objectives and strategies...

http://real-world-news.org/bk-quigley/07.html#19

Tragedy and Hope index page

http://real-world-news.org/bk-quigley/00.html

.

 

 

Sat, 05/04/2013 - 02:23 | 3529684 Urban Redneck
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It sounds so mysterious and spooky when it's written that way... Was he trying to sell a book or something?  

1897 to 1947 is also a rather limited window and a lot has changed since then, like most of the current crop of Bank CEOs being born.

I wrote a much simpler shorter explanation down below (at the end of a lengthy dialogue).

 

Fri, 05/10/2013 - 07:00 | 3547567 All Risk No Reward
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Urban, actually, the language is pretty plain and matter of fact.  The implications are pretty spooky, though, but calliing it spooky doesn't make it untrue.

Actually, I observe that not much has changed since Tragedy and Hope was published...  except the front corporations for the group Quigley says is controlling the nations are TBTF&Jail and their authoirtarian rule is more open and in our face now.

Maybe the reason is because people glibly dismiss something without doing the proper research - and if the plan is working, why would they change it?

If Quigley was trying to sell books, he wouldn't have written this one.  Even Quigley agrees there was a conspiracy to sabotage his book sales and the plates to the book were broken at one point.  Not to mention you won't find an establishment book review for Tragedy and Hope in the almost 50 years since it was published.

Read up on the history of it all.

 

Sat, 05/04/2013 - 02:54 | 3529695 Archduke
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indeed. private banking, the old european aristocracy, etc.

Sat, 05/04/2013 - 19:46 | 3530700 northportmiller
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Sun, 05/05/2013 - 12:49 | 3531793 Urban Redneck
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Perhaps the NSA doesn't like intelligent sheeple, or the Swiss just have a web-browser specific fetish for formality (e.g. http://).

Plug headquart-en into the search box on the page they dumped you onto >> Results http://www.bis.org/about/headquart-en.pdf

or type in Headquarters Agreement 

or Agreement between the Swiss Federal Council and the BIS to determine the Bank's legal status in Switzerland

There are plenty of conspiratorial things that do actually occur at the BIS, but I don't believe intentionally screwing with web users would be worth their time.

and Thanks for making the effort to try and get the source document!

Sat, 05/04/2013 - 01:41 | 3529654 Urban Redneck
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getting back to some thoughts on your original question-

 

rename Power & Control to Control & Coordination

IMF - make Global Banking Computer Network

BIS - move to Control & Coordination and CC Central Banker reacharound when the IMF being "uncooperative"

DoD - add to global police & debt collector

London & Paris Clubs, ICSID add to Global Bankruptcy Judge

UN - break out Security Council, the rest is sheeple fodder and propaganda tools

Add G7 & G20 to Control & Coordination

There about three dozen private clubs (worldwide) and a dozen or so US think tanks (European thinking bores me but there are few of them too) that also belong under Control & Coordination

 

The whole thing is rather Old World Centric and ignores the superpower struggle for primacy and the old/new developed/emerging schisms which simultaneously exist within and without that framework and can operate at any given time in tandem or against it.  

 

Then there's the major detail that this all transpires in alpha male land, not pussy collectivist land, so there are the routine pissing matches and longer term struggles within individual organizations and larger club of clubs to dominate. 

Sat, 05/04/2013 - 16:41 | 3530443 Lost Word
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Factions of the Sons of Solomon.

Fri, 05/03/2013 - 21:40 | 3529269 HardAssets
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I could only watch the first three minutes of that video. I thought I might be surprised and that it would offer some real information for the public. Instead, it was nothing but complete b.s. propaganda.  When they spoke about how the central bankers 'were forced to intervene' back in 2008 in order to 'save the world', it was obvious that it is about more lies and deception.

Fri, 05/03/2013 - 21:47 | 3529288 fonzannoon
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Yeah but you gotta check out Mark Grant's yacht.

Fri, 05/03/2013 - 23:00 | 3529431 Herd Redirectio...
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Yup, 3 minutes exactly.  "It was THRUST UPON THEM"...  OK there...  So in this pretend world politicians were really the top dogs, up until 2008, at which point the banksters had ALL THE POWER IN THE WORLD "thrust upon them"....  Right... 

Sat, 05/04/2013 - 11:00 | 3529940 Shell Game
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Anyone else want to smash Carney's face in? What an arrogant prick...

Fri, 05/03/2013 - 23:25 | 3529471 Ranger4564
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It was indeed complete BS, I forced myself to sit through it in case something interesting was discussed, but jesus, the entire piece is propaganda. Everyone in that video must have been paid off to play that part, so the average dolt doesn't bother to think for themselves, since the "2 sides" were "obviously" presented in the vid.

Wow I've come a long way from mainstream idiocy. Thank god.

Sat, 05/04/2013 - 07:38 | 3529790 Lets_Eat_Ben
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A little less PC, but I like "The Cocksuckers of Currency".

 

Anyone have a playbill? We need to make sure we have names...

Sat, 05/04/2013 - 13:11 | 3530122 yogibear
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Their the monetary Nazis. Creating the fiscal Holocaust.

 

Fri, 05/03/2013 - 21:17 | 3529212 Kirk2NCC1701
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Yeah, of course we can all imagine it: Like after WW3, when are freezing in a 'nucular' winter, and imagining what it was like before we got so dumb, fat and lazy, that we let our 'leaders' lead us to war!

Fri, 05/03/2013 - 23:28 | 3529473 Ranger4564
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We will even wish we could have some Chinese Lamb Rat, or maybe some Plastic Lice, or maybe dead Pig Corpses in a river of filth. God we're fucked. 

How much more will it take before people say fuck it, if I'm going to have to die anyway, might as well take as many of them before it's my turn. How long?  How much longer?

Fri, 05/03/2013 - 21:32 | 3529232 macholatte
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Lying is a Central Banker mandate.

 

Now I understand.  They have no choice. It is they who are the pawns.

 

There are lies, damned lies and statistics.

Mark Twain

 

History is a set of lies agreed upon.

Napoleon Bonaparte

 

In a time of universal deceit - telling the truth is a revolutionary act.

George Orwell

 

Fri, 05/03/2013 - 21:36 | 3529262 edb5s
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They're doing much better on this mandate than on the other two.

Fri, 05/03/2013 - 22:23 | 3529359 dark pools of soros
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What, no Juncker quote?

Fri, 05/03/2013 - 23:17 | 3529458 Arrowflinger
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After watching and listening to Carney, I hope Big Bubba in Cell Block B has carnal knowledge of him - repeatedly and soon.

Bastard.

Fri, 05/03/2013 - 20:53 | 3529156 freewolf7
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Buy physical gold/silver.
Make the banks uncomfortable.

Fri, 05/03/2013 - 21:20 | 3529219 Kirk2NCC1701
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Nice try, bullion/coin dealer! Got all the PM bullion I need, until paper and retail prices drop more. A lot more!

Fri, 05/03/2013 - 22:25 | 3529361 Buck Johnson
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I'll have to watch this, looks interesting.

Sat, 05/04/2013 - 01:41 | 3529653 TheFulishBastid
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whateve's long canned tuna!

Sat, 05/04/2013 - 12:04 | 3530008 viahj
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radiated tuna

Sat, 05/04/2013 - 01:46 | 3529663 Freaking Heck
Sat, 05/04/2013 - 04:58 | 3529734 SunRise
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What is this nonsensical statement:  "ensures the transfer of ownership of ALL assets except one"?   Do you own the clothes on your back?  Food?  Alcohol? Your pet?  Your thoughts?  Life is supported on a day-to-day basis by owning assets other than gold.  The asset these supposedly good-intentioned central bank thieves really want to experiment with is your productive labor.  Forcing you to store your labor in dollars, then forcing depreciation of your labor via inflating dollars is the way they get THE fundamental asset - your slave labor.  Gold may be helpful to us, but only when exchanged at the ever-fluctuating market price for life-supporting goods.  Gold cannot be THE answer, because it can't do EVERY thing.   To treat gold as though it could do everything is false alchemy, no different than central banker myopia.  Gold is an answer, because it can do some things.

Sat, 05/04/2013 - 09:37 | 3529865 A82EBA
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That's good stuff right there

".. Forcing you to store your labor in dollars, then forcing depreciation of your labor via inflating dollars is the way they get THE fundamental asset - your slave labor"

 

Sat, 05/04/2013 - 09:53 | 3529876 mayhem_korner
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Excellent, excellent points.  Gold is a part of the answer, but your core theme is spot on, SunRise.  Take money/currency out of the mix and the power grab can be seen for what it is: an all-out assault on individual sovereignty.  The right to direct the returns of one's labor is the most fundamental element of liberty, and therefore the most feared thing by the cowardly power-grabbing filth that repeatedly finds its way to the central-state control room.

The statists do not fear us being wealthy as much as they fear us being free.

Sat, 05/04/2013 - 10:13 | 3529894 mfoste1
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If you are paying for it with fiat, you do not own it, it simple as that.

Sat, 05/04/2013 - 06:21 | 3529752 The Second Rule
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A nickels worth of dreams...and they been swizzled from you. --Tom Waits

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=COcySbGg9Mk

Sat, 05/04/2013 - 09:49 | 3529872 Scro
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I guess that makes me a kryp.

Sat, 05/04/2013 - 09:54 | 3529877 Aeternus
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That was a really good documentary, thank you for posting this.

 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=deuC8GPr31A

Fri, 05/03/2013 - 20:44 | 3529135 Dan The Man
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yah...

 

Fri, 05/03/2013 - 20:46 | 3529139 Silver_K-9
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And people call Lindsey Williams a nut...

Fri, 05/03/2013 - 20:50 | 3529144 Yen Cross
Fri, 05/03/2013 - 20:54 | 3529159 otto skorzeny
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God complex?

Fri, 05/03/2013 - 20:58 | 3529172 fonzannoon
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They are just a bunch of boneheads who convinced Mark Grant to lick their balls. Not hard to do really.

Fri, 05/03/2013 - 21:04 | 3529181 otto skorzeny
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this canuck makes it sound like these guys just got on the radar in 2008 - the Fed has been dicking around with rates aggressively since the late 70s and Greenspan is the one who really started micro-managing and jaw-boning.

Fri, 05/03/2013 - 21:08 | 3529191 fonzannoon
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I never heard much from this guy Carney. He seems like a real genuine cockface. His arrogance was impressive. I bet when he donkey punches Krugman at their eyes wide shut parties Krugman sincerely asks him to take it down a notch.

Fri, 05/03/2013 - 21:24 | 3529231 otto skorzeny
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+1 for "donkey punch". this is a canuck video so they're trying to play up one of their own. also-eyes wide shut is like a kid's party compared to the sexual deviancy that these scumbags partake of.

Fri, 05/03/2013 - 21:25 | 3529238 Yen Cross
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  Nice work Otto. ;-)

Fri, 05/03/2013 - 21:49 | 3529292 IridiumRebel
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Holy +1 Shit that's funny.

Fri, 05/03/2013 - 21:06 | 3529183 Common_Cents22
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ive got a gold complex

Fri, 05/03/2013 - 20:57 | 3529169 tdag
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"but we're not going to tell you about it because it's too complicated."

Yeah, that's what they told King Louis XVI about the guillotine.

Fri, 05/03/2013 - 21:02 | 3529176 Bazza McKenzie
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Contrary to the speaker in this video, nothing was "thrust onto Central Bankers".  These criminals exploited the power that stupid and corrupt politicians had previously given them, to pay off politicians and bankers so no one opposed them.

Fri, 05/03/2013 - 21:08 | 3529190 otto skorzeny
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this vid has a typical canadian socialist undercurrent to it.

Sat, 05/04/2013 - 00:01 | 3529527 whotookmyalias
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Like firefighters, there to save us when we can't save ourselves.  LOL

Sat, 05/04/2013 - 00:05 | 3529533 otto skorzeny
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dontcha know - they're all heroes- the Lame Stream Media told me so.

Fri, 05/03/2013 - 21:10 | 3529196 jimmytorpedo
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CBC, pinko side of the Hegelian dialectic.

Bankers will save us.

Fri, 05/03/2013 - 22:54 | 3529422 owensdrillin
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At least it is being talked about on CBC. Good luck on Fox or CNN showing anything like this. The media in the states wants to blow your government every day. Or else show two scapegoats full time or not talk about Bangazi.

I'll take Canadian news any day over the bullshit being spewed in the US.

Sat, 05/04/2013 - 10:16 | 3529896 IridiumRebel
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The American news agencies are the most pathetic excuses of info out there. I go to the UK, Canada and Australia for news now. I cannot even stomach the tripe displayed on the 6 oclock evening news.

Fri, 05/03/2013 - 23:00 | 3529436 samsara
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It's a generational thing. Passed down from father to son. They are grown into that position. Same Univ. Same Faternity.

Exactly what do you think is expected of you if you grew up a RedShield or Walburgs, Rockerfeller?

You are EXPECTED to grow up to take over the world.

Sat, 05/04/2013 - 16:50 | 3530457 Lost Word
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Sons of Solomon.

Fri, 05/03/2013 - 21:15 | 3529178 Random_Robert
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First your money

Then your guns

Then your dignity

Then your life...

...Cough 'em up and hand 'em over, Sucker.

 

A well produced video- my only counter-point comes to the comment that I heard repeated twice by the presenter that "No one is certain how this experiment will end"; which is not at all factual...

History is littered with the remains of EVERY SINGLE failed fiat currency ever produced by human arrogance and hubris.  THAT is how this experiment will end.... unless:

"I'm not going to lie to you, NEODollar- Everyone, every single fiat currency, who has ever stood their ground against human history has died, but where they have failed, you will succeed..."

-Morpheus Bernanke, "The Banktrix" 

 

Fri, 05/03/2013 - 21:35 | 3529259 IridiumRebel
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I read this elsewhere(rare IR repost):

"18,000 troops = a typical US Army WW2 infantry division. Each day every day US civilians are buying guns at a rate that would equip a full division with rifles and sidearms. Three divisions make a Corps. Three Corps make an Army (traditional triangular establishment).

US civilians are purchasing sufficient firearms to field a new army every 9 days."

Think about that.

Fri, 05/03/2013 - 21:52 | 3529296 fonzannoon
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and yet our suicide rate is up 28% according to Tyler's post earlier today. I sure hope what I infer from you line of thinking is the more correct way of viewing this.

Fri, 05/03/2013 - 23:00 | 3529434 FeralSerf
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Maybe you should open an ammunition store.

Fri, 05/03/2013 - 23:17 | 3529459 IridiumRebel
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I know very little about guns.

Sat, 05/04/2013 - 00:58 | 3529591 Crawdaddy
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Me too. All I know is some go "pew." Others go "pew pew pew" until you push that little thingy down.

Sat, 05/04/2013 - 10:13 | 3529893 IridiumRebel
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The biggest battles will be fought with pens. Look at all of the liberty lost with not a single shot fired.

Sat, 05/04/2013 - 12:33 | 3530045 Herd Redirectio...
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Psychological warfare.  The battle for the mind and souls of the people.

Sat, 05/04/2013 - 06:55 | 3529765 Urban Redneck
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If I have your math right 1 Army = 162,000 rifles (and they were all officers~ another 162,000 sidearms) for a total of 324,000 firearms every 9 days or 36,000 per day

Per the FBI, so far in 2013- NICS is averaging over 2.18 MILLION background checks per month (which can be for multiple firearm purchases each) or over 71,500 per day

Or for another perspective, back in the 2008 election the commentariat was throwing around a rather spurious 100,000 million firearm ownership number, we are only four months into Obama's second term and since he was sworn in the first time in 2009 there have been already been over 73,000,000 background checks performed during his presidency 

http://www.fbi.gov/about-us/cjis/nics/reports/total-nics-background-chec...

I came across some article or post somewhere in the last few days that had provided a similar calculation to the 73,000,000, but I can't find it now, and since they didn't bother to link to actual the FBI data- they can do without proper credit.

Sat, 05/04/2013 - 16:53 | 3530462 Lost Word
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How many are New buyers, and how many are repeat buyers ?

Fri, 05/03/2013 - 21:07 | 3529184 duncecap rack
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The cbc rocks. Some public money can be well spent.

Fri, 05/03/2013 - 21:48 | 3529200 SIOP
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I suspect the video would be great IF you could hear what they are saying in the interviews.

Fri, 05/03/2013 - 21:14 | 3529207 Yen Cross
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   Fukishima mafia?

Fri, 05/03/2013 - 21:14 | 3529211 Ignatius
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It's always the fuckin' banks.

 

Fri, 05/03/2013 - 21:17 | 3529214 essence
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IF politicians are merely puppets, why would 'Central Bankers' be any different.

DO you really think the people behind it all  (the owners) would make themselves visible?

 

Here's an exercise for you all; try to trace down the ownership of the Fed, down to the individual level. Try to trace down the principals behind the BIS (Bank of International Settlements). You'll hit this impenetrable labyrinth of obfuscation.

Are you all aware that persons traveling on BIS business are exempt from the normal passport requirements that pertain to mere mortals. The BIS is this singular, autonomous micro enclave in Switzerland that's on a level equal or exceeding the Vatican.  

Who are the principles behind the BIS? That is the question.
Hint ... Bennie boy and his ilk are merely butlers minding the house.

 

Fri, 05/03/2013 - 21:30 | 3529248 Urban Redneck
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Do you have a source for your BIS BS?

And I hope it's not some low-budget cannuck video that films empty conference rooms with colonial architecture and North American lightswitches and tries to pass it off as what could be accurately described as typical post-puke Swiss architecture with proper lightswitches.

 

Fri, 05/03/2013 - 21:47 | 3529282 essence
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Like I stated, try to trace the INDIVIDUAL ownership of the Fed, likewise the BIS.
Afterall, they're corporations, with, ultimately ...human owners.

So refute my post by showing that the Fed, the BIS is simply owned in aggregate by little old widows, by PIMPCO, by CalPers, etc.

Go ahead, attempt to find who really owns the Fed/BIS.

Get back us if you discover anything to negate my post.
Be prepared to give facts.

Until that time, neither you, Zerohedge, or anyone has a clue about who controls us all.

 

So, our Money/Credit system is owned/controlled by UNKNOWN forces
Are you all comfortable with that? I for one am not.

 

 

 

 

Fri, 05/03/2013 - 22:01 | 3529314 Urban Redneck
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What is certain is that you have no idea who controls the BIS.

THE INDIVIDUAL OWNERS ARE QUITE KNOWN

Ruling from the Permanent Court of Arbitration in the Hague regarding the withdrawal of private shares in 2003.

http://www.pca-cpa.org/showpage.asp?pag_id=1157

And the BIS non-legal BS intro 

http://www.bis.org/about/shareswd.htm

 

 

Fri, 05/03/2013 - 22:13 | 3529337 essence
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Good for you, now break down those PDFs to ACTUAL INDIVIDUAL OWNERS.

If Joe Blow Rothschild  or whoever owns X percent, then present documentation depicting that.

As I stated, "impenetrable labyrinth".

 

Hey Dude, if some entity is installing puppets like Obama,Merkel,Cameron, Bennie the beard (because they, the principals, provide the money/credit that makes the world go round)  then I want to know exactly who THEY are so that the argument can be taken directly to the source.

YOU break down the docs you presented. Don't shove up some shit and declare "that's it, my case is proven".

 

 

 

Fri, 05/03/2013 - 22:25 | 3529362 Urban Redneck
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It says quite clearly, that the owners of the BIS are the member central banks, and only the member central banks, and no one else is allowed to be an owner of the BIS.

Fri, 05/03/2013 - 22:30 | 3529371 essence
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A circular argument you give.

Get back to us when you can state the INDIVIDUALS.

Just because government  accepts corporations as humans,  I DO NOT!

INDIVIDUALS.   Got it.  Can you state the individuals who OWN the central banks?

YES or NO.

 

 

Fri, 05/03/2013 - 22:54 | 3529421 Prometheus418
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I'm with you, essence.

When the levees break, and it's time to set my lead and fire free, I want some unambiguous targets to direct them towards.

Fri, 05/03/2013 - 23:21 | 3529465 Pseudo Anonym
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sorry.  this is blatantly wrong.

government  accepts corporations as humans

the state (gov't) is a legal fiction and can only recognize persons, its own creations, not individuals. the state itself is a corporation, a legal fiction.  the state creates legal persons, so called corporations.  corporations employ agents who act on behalf the corporation (person).  a flesh and blood human beings are individuals.    however,  the state issued a birth certificate for each individual and created a legal fiction (a legal person with legal personality), a corporation sole, your corporation. the individual (flesh and blood) is an agent for the legal person with legal personality named on the birth certificate.  the confusion is that  every time an individual acknowledges that he/she is the name on the birth certificate (incorporating document), he/she unwittingly acknowledges he/she is  a legal person in the "eyes" of the state - as opposed to a human being, a flesh and blood individual.  corporations are immortal and exist until they are deleted by its creator, the state.  flesh and blood human beings, creatures of their own maker, live and die.  they are mortal. legal persons with legal personalities (corporations) are immortal.  big difference.

Fri, 05/03/2013 - 23:24 | 3529469 Urban Redneck
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Every member central bank has a separate ownership structure.  

That is ludicrous but actually available amount of data to gather, in the case of the US- 

The 12 district Banks are each have paid in capital and ownership divided based upon the size of their member banks.  Fortunately, their banks tend to be publicly listed companies, so the Stock Transfer Agent for each bank actually does have those records.  Those records then have to weighted by individuals banks ownership, and then added to all the other banks in that district's tallies.  And then the District rosters need to be totaled.  The great thing about the US in this rabbit hole is that THERE NO COMPANIES OF UNREGISTERED (BEARER) SHARES so every OWNER is known in the fascist USSA.

And the US wasn't even a board member at the BIS until the Clinton administration...

So you want individuals, like people in hell want ice water... I'm an owner of the SNB, so I must own the BIS too.

Sat, 05/04/2013 - 00:11 | 3529514 essence
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I've long since been aware of what you stated above.

Now, who owns these 12 regional banks. They might be public but that doesn't mean their shares aren't owned by offshore private entities, note I used the term "entities", not individuals (entities which don't have to divulge anywhere as much in the way of information as public entities). Also, importantly, who sits on the boards and how do you know the board members aren't simply proxies for the underlying owners.

Using placeholder, fake (proxy) board members is a common ruse in the world of laundering ownership/control.

You've expended a bunch of energy and yet still haven't addressed my original question.
Individuals.  Name Individuals. Is it really so hard? Or is your ending  line above meant to imply that ownership is dispersed into the everyday common man who has a few shares of xyz corporation.

Sorry, weak argument.

FAIL.

 

Sat, 05/04/2013 - 00:25 | 3529549 Urban Redneck
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I'm done wasting my time with some nutcase STUPID enough to write:

Are you all aware that persons traveling on BIS business are exempt from the normal passport requirements that pertain to mere mortals.

Save the tinfoil for someone with a brain to protect.


Sat, 05/04/2013 - 01:25 | 3529634 essence
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"The founders were the central banks of Belgium, France, Germany, Italy, Japan and the U.K., all of which got an identical number of shares. The U.S. Federal Reserve was not an original shareholder; however, three American banks (J. P. Morgan, First Bank of New York, First Bank of Chicago) each got the same number, giving the U.S. three times the voting power from the outset.

By rights granted under its agreement with the Swiss Federal Council, all of the bank's archives, documents and "any data media" are "inviolable at all times and in all places." Furthermore, officers and employees of BIS "enjoy immunity from criminal and administrative jurisdiction, save to the extent that such immunity is formally waived . . . even after such persons have ceased to be Officials of the Bank." Finally, no claims against BIS or its deposits may be enforced "without the prior agreement of the Bank"

http://www.investorsinsight.com/blogs/what_we_now_know/archive/2006/03/0...

---------------

What the article above doesn't discuss is that the BIS compound is considered exempt from Swiss law insofar as the BIS authorizes who can enter its grounds (even the local Swiss authorities need to seek permission).

 

As I stated earlier .... "like the Vatican".
This secretive organization has some real juice behind it, yet few people know about it.

And to think that this organization controls the western world (by virtue of their ability to control member banks, which in turn control their respective  governments by issuance of credit/money).

Isn't that special.

Sat, 05/04/2013 - 02:07 | 3529672 Urban Redneck
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Like I posted hours ago in this very thread - read the actual Headquaters Agreement (and the other 2 key agreements), not some propagandists regurgitated misunderstanding of it.

In simplest terms you appear to be missing the forrest in a hopless search for a tree that was cut down and used to build a McMansion ages ago.  The BIS was established to settle Germany's obligations under the Versailles Treaty.  When WW2 ended and the Versailles Treaty was mooted the US no longer had any particular interest in the BIS framework, your big name boogeymen sold their BIS stakes years ago and moved on - long before the BIS kicked out private shareholders.

The name of the great game isn't ownership, it's AUM.(in pursuit of power and influence)   The private bankers ability to influence their own central banks is a direct function of ammassing customer assets under management and making themselves TBTFer (preferably in FRBNYs district, but 2nd tier will also work).

The number of outstanding shares of the banks that can't be effectively traced (by the industry itself) is miniscule compared to the banks' capitalization, much less their BALANCE SHEETs (which contain both customer "deposits" and institutional "interconnections".

JPM has $180B billion in market cap. of which several million is damn hard to track down (I'll be generous and call it $1B) , but that amount isn't shit compared to the over $4000B billion in "leverage" that Jamie Dimon exercises over Bill & Ben's excellent printing adventure.

 

Sat, 05/04/2013 - 17:10 | 3530490 Lost Word
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Shares traced from one corporate shell to another corporate shell ... etcetera.

Ownership is all incestuous.

Sat, 05/04/2013 - 18:51 | 3530627 hooligan2009
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that's my understanding also UR

central bankers are civil servants, nothing more nothing less.

Sat, 05/04/2013 - 17:00 | 3530475 Lost Word
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I seem to recall that there were some private owners in addition to the banks.

Sorry, no link to give.

Fri, 05/03/2013 - 22:51 | 3529416 dark pools of soros
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Annunaki Bloodlines

Fri, 05/03/2013 - 23:12 | 3529450 TeamDepends
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The top cop is probably never seen.

Philip K. Dick

Sat, 05/04/2013 - 14:20 | 3530228 skank
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TeamDepends,
The A-Team Full Theme Tune
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wyz_2DEah4o

Sat, 05/04/2013 - 17:11 | 3530494 Lost Word
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Illuminati Bloodlines, a book of Bankster genealogies.

Sat, 05/04/2013 - 16:56 | 3530469 Lost Word
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In Freemasonry they are called Unknown Superiors.

Fri, 05/03/2013 - 22:45 | 3529406 samsara
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The research is your burden.

Sat, 05/04/2013 - 05:38 | 3529745 Urban Redneck
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No- it's not.

If he wants to assert some secret cabal controls the BIS or the FED, he must produce names and evidence of ownership, which he hasn't.

 

Sat, 05/04/2013 - 17:13 | 3530501 Lost Word
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The general situation is implicit. The devil is in the details.

Fri, 05/03/2013 - 22:43 | 3529400 samsara
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Carroll Quiqley on the Central Banks

The powers of financial capitalism had another far-reaching aim, nothing less than to create a world system of financial control in private hands able to dominate the political system of each country and the economy of the world as a whole. This system was to be controlled in a feudalist fashion by the central banks of the world acting in concert, by secret agreements arrived at in frequent private meetings and conferences."

"The apex of the system was to be the Bank for International Settlements in Basle, Switzerland, a private bank owned and controlled by the world's central banks which were themselves private corporations. Each central bank . . . sought to dominate its government by its ability to control Treasury loans, to manipulate foreign exchanges, to influence the level of economic activity in the country, and to influence cooperative politicians by subsequent economic rewards in the business world."

-- Carroll Quigley, "Tragedy and Hope", 1966, pg 324

Fri, 05/03/2013 - 22:56 | 3529419 dark pools of soros
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JFK had that great speech about it around that time too....seems the 60's was the last gasp?

 

we can break out of it now, but many people are too scared to see the path

 

 

Sat, 05/04/2013 - 17:17 | 3530508 Lost Word
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One of the reasons JFK was assassinated.

JFK issued Treasury Notes instead of FRN.

Fri, 05/03/2013 - 23:03 | 3529423 essence
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So that's it?

Carroll Quigley states

"controlled in a feudalist fashion by the central banks of the world acting in concert"
and the 1st question in your mind isn't ...."so who the hell owns and controls the central banks".

Jesus Fucking Christ,
That's it.
You sheeple are hopeless.

You DESERVE whatever happens to you.

Fri, 05/03/2013 - 23:14 | 3529445 samsara
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Forget it

Sat, 05/04/2013 - 14:56 | 3530281 debtandtaxes
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I, too, have spent time trying to find out the names of actual living people who own the shares that own the BIS, centreal bank, etc. For Christ sake, when the time comes to pull out the guillotine, it's necks that are cut off - not pieces of paper!

Sat, 05/04/2013 - 17:27 | 3530529 FeralSerf
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Our owners prefer that, when and if the time comes for another 1789 French style unpleasantness, that the people that they employ to be their corporate officers lose their heads instead. That's what they get paid for -- to be the public figurehead.

Sun, 05/05/2013 - 06:23 | 3531612 hooligan2009
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day late (20 years?) and a dollar short, but check this out

http://www.bilderberg.org/bankerz.jpg

you will see he name Corzine in the top left if you squint.

many of the players are still there but a lot have been replaced.

 

Fri, 05/03/2013 - 21:41 | 3529237 Chupacabra-322
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They are the:

Global Criminal Cabal Oligarch Bankster Intelligence Crime Syndicate

Fri, 05/03/2013 - 21:52 | 3529245 Cabreado
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I could only stomach 3 minutes, then skipped around 'til the end.

Maybe I missed something.
Could someone tell me why this isn't CB-stroking propaganda?

What's the scoop... or is this just Really Bad Dark Comedy night at the ZH drive-in?

Sat, 05/04/2013 - 00:00 | 3529519 Ranger4564
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It sucked, you missed nothing.

1. The Central Banks were beseeched to come up with a hail mary salvation plan or the entire fucking world was DOOMED.

2. The Central Banks RELUCTANTLY humbly agreed to see if there was ANYTHING they could possibly do that could avert calamity.

3. The Central Banks desperately agreed to the initial 2008 Bailout. And because that felt so good fisting the ass of the average person, they chose to initiate Quantitative Easing, to see if somehow, they could KICKSTART the stalling economies of the world. Their intention was to INFLATE the markets, to instill a sense of wealth, while simultaneously suppressing the interest rates, so people would be enticed to SPEND.

4. The Central Bankers feel TERRIBLE, simple TERRIBLE, about this very difficult decision that they had to make, punish savers to save sinners... but they felt the alternative was even more TERRIBLE... sinners dying by the MILLIONS while a few savers gloated.

5. The Plants who were there to ask the tough questions and to challenge the central bank arguments asked if the intent was to foster spending, why not give the money being printed directly to the SPENDERS?

6. Of Course NO ONE asked, even if everyone in the world was spending non-stop... some nations would be out of money instantaneously, while others would have accumulated all that evaporated money, so why is everyone preaching spending as a means of rescuing every economy when some economies only consume and don't produce a fucking thing?

7. As I said, you missed nothing. This was complete utter BULLSHIT that a 5th grader could have put together, but sadly, this was foisted as INVESTIGATIVE JOURNALISM.

Wow that kind of shit enrages me. If you're going to try to lie to me, at least have the decency to consider I might have some intelligence, and try to do a better fucking job at hiding your deception. Holy fuck. The people who made this video should be buried alive in sand known to house red army ants. Might as well include all the guests / interviewees.

Sat, 05/04/2013 - 00:02 | 3529528 samcontrol
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all time highs pissing you off?

Sat, 05/04/2013 - 00:18 | 3529544 Ranger4564
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Hahahahaha.  Hahahahahaha.

 

The devastation among the people we call fellow human beings, is pissing me off.

 

What about you?

Sat, 05/04/2013 - 00:34 | 3529552 Cabreado
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Ranger4564... Thank you.

Fri, 05/03/2013 - 21:28 | 3529246 lolmao500
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Bilderberg.

Fri, 05/03/2013 - 21:36 | 3529252 Ih8u
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They can not and will not eat money.

The world has changed completely and they do not know

Rule of Good began in 2012 just like the mayan predicted. Rule of Talmud is dead

Sat, 05/04/2013 - 17:20 | 3530517 Lost Word
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I hope that you are correct.

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