The Monarchs Of Money

Tyler Durden's picture

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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Shell Game's picture

Anyone else want to smash Carney's face in? What an arrogant prick...

Ranger4564's picture

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.

Lets_Eat_Ben's picture

A little less PC, but I like "The Cocksuckers of Currency".


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

yogibear's picture

Their the monetary Nazis. Creating the fiscal Holocaust.


Kirk2NCC1701's picture

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!

Ranger4564's picture

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?

macholatte's picture


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


edb5s's picture

They're doing much better on this mandate than on the other two.

Arrowflinger's picture

After watching and listening to Carney, I hope Big Bubba in Cell Block B has carnal knowledge of him - repeatedly and soon.


freewolf7's picture

Buy physical gold/silver.
Make the banks uncomfortable.

Kirk2NCC1701's picture

Nice try, bullion/coin dealer! Got all the PM bullion I need, until paper and retail prices drop more. A lot more!

Buck Johnson's picture

I'll have to watch this, looks interesting.

SunRise's picture

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.

A82EBA's picture

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"


mayhem_korner's picture



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.

mfoste1's picture

If you are paying for it with fiat, you do not own it, it simple as that.

The Second Rule's picture

A nickels worth of dreams...and they been swizzled from you. --Tom Waits

Aeternus's picture

That was a really good documentary, thank you for posting this.

Silver_K-9's picture

And people call Lindsey Williams a nut...

fonzannoon's picture

They are just a bunch of boneheads who convinced Mark Grant to lick their balls. Not hard to do really.

otto skorzeny's picture

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.

fonzannoon's picture

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.

otto skorzeny's picture

+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.

IridiumRebel's picture

Holy +1 Shit that's funny.

tdag's picture

"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.

Bazza McKenzie's picture

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.

otto skorzeny's picture

this vid has a typical canadian socialist undercurrent to it.

whotookmyalias's picture

Like firefighters, there to save us when we can't save ourselves.  LOL

otto skorzeny's picture

dontcha know - they're all heroes- the Lame Stream Media told me so.

jimmytorpedo's picture

CBC, pinko side of the Hegelian dialectic.

Bankers will save us.

owensdrillin's picture

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.

IridiumRebel's picture

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.

samsara's picture

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.

Random_Robert's picture

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" 


IridiumRebel's picture

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.

fonzannoon's picture

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.

FeralSerf's picture

Maybe you should open an ammunition store.

IridiumRebel's picture

I know very little about guns.

Crawdaddy's picture

Me too. All I know is some go "pew." Others go "pew pew pew" until you push that little thingy down.