Excellent cartoon about the greed of central banks

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    Take a look at this video on YouTube:

    The American Dream By The Provocateur Network


    Nice easy watch explaining the link between tax and the central banks.

    As a secondary point: I now know why in the fifth element the heroes name was Corban Dallas

    "He who hath reckoning shall know the number of the beast. Its number is 666"

    Corbin ( Corban )
    SSS ( Sigma Sigma Sigma ).
    Kennedy was killed in Dallas.
     
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    From Wikipedia debunking the Rothschild Waterloo legend-

    Research by the Rothschild family[11] and others[12] has shown that this legend originated in an anti-Semitic French pamphlet in 1846, was embellished by John Reeves in 1887 in The Rothschilds: the Financial Rulers of Nations and then repeated in other later popular accounts, such as that of Morton. Many of the alleged facts stated are incorrect. For example, it has been shown that the size of the market in government bonds at the time would not have enabled a scenario producing a profit of anything near one million pounds.

    Historian Niall Ferguson agrees that the Rothschilds' couriers did get to London first and alerted the family to Napoleon's defeat, but argues that since the family had been banking on a protracted military campaign, the losses arising from the disruption to their business more than offset any short-term gains in bonds after Waterloo. Rothschild capital did soar, but over a much longer period: Nathan's breakthrough had been prior to Waterloo, when he negotiated a deal to supply cash to Wellington's army. The family made huge profits over a number of years from this governmental financing by adopting a high-risk strategy involving exchange-rate transactions, bond-price speculations, and commissions.[13]
     
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    That's quite probably true. You are picking on a tiny bit of a video that attempts to explain how central banks work. Most people won't pick up a dozen text books charting the rise of the red shield banks. We do know that they have achieved an incredible monopoly and a power well beyond anything that has existed before. All backed by the military and civil defence, law, government and bureaucratic power.
     
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