Gold And The Cold War

In central bank debt-based economies, economic activity  needs to expand or debt will overwhelm productive capacity; and when the growth  of England’s empire began to  slow in the late 1800s, England’s  bankers realized they would soon need another base from which to continue their  financial franchise.

America was ideal for England’s purposes; and despite  Jefferson’s numerous warnings about central banks, in 1913 a consortium of  private European bankers, US financiers and industrialists established the  Federal Reserve Bank in the US, modeled after England’s central bank, the very  institution that Thomas Jefferson so strongly opposed.

It was the establishment of the Federal Reserve Bank in America that allowed England  to regain control of its former colony, the United States. Establishing a  central bank was the first and only step necessary; for with a central bank  established in America,  private bankers would henceforth control America’s money supply and, ultimately,  its political future.

Give me control of a  nation’s money and I care not who makes the laws.

                   Mayer Amschel Rothschild (1744-1812)…

Informative article.  Thanks to Jawara for the link.


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