Transitioning from nation states to a single world state is an ongoing elitist project. It is a dream as old as the Tower of Babel, but a reality for a myriad of modern nations that have seen their natural resources raped and their sovereignty extinguished.
“But, the world is now more sophisticated and prepared to march towards a world government. The supranational sovereignty of an intellectual elite and world bankers is surely preferable to the national auto-determination practiced in past centuries.” – David Rockefeller, Bilderberg Meeting 1991
Undermining the United States’ debt-free money experiment from before that nation’s catastrophic civil war was to be a harder job than otherwise might have been imagined by the merchant bankers of the Red Shield. They found that the American adepts of the mystery schools, instrumental in the founding of the nation, seemed to have a strongly adverse reaction to the concept of debt-based money issued by private institutions. It was a state of affairs that had to be changed.
Mystery schools were usually a happy hunting ground for Illuminated Ones looking to recruit new adherents to Mystery Babylon’s secret agenda. But the mystery schools of America seemed imbued with a more Melchizedekian-type value system when it came to the issuance of money. The fact that the new nation had adopted a Republican model of government like that of Rome in its pre-Caesar heyday made the task of subverting the fledgling nation’s government all the more difficult.
The Illuminated Ones were somewhat perplexed as to how such a situation had come about in America when their own interests had been well catered for by the European branches of the various mystery schools active at that time. They set about seeking alternative avenues to undermining the American system.
Red Shield financial backing would now be extended to fund a program of international Hegelian dialectic projects aimed at splitting America from within while focusing its attention on contrived external threats. In the meantime, a concerted effort to exercise influence over the nation’s banking system was considered necessary for a US acceptance of a banking system based on Europe’s now well established central banking model. They achieved a partial success when President Madison gave them the authority to create the Second Bank of the United States.
Andrew Jackson ensured this success on the part of the Red Shield was temporary when he rescinded the banks authority in 1832. An unsuccessful assassination attempt in 1835, the first on a sitting US president, followed. It’s interesting to note the reasons given by Jackson for his opposition to the Bank being issued a re-charter. They closely reflect the operational themes attributed to Mystery Babylon in this discussion:
• It concentrated the nation’s financial strength in a single institution.
• It exposed the government to control by foreign interests.
• It served mainly to make the rich richer.
• It exercised too much control over members of Congress.
• It favored northeastern states over southern and western states.
• Banks are controlled by a few select families.
• Banks have a long history of instigating wars between nations, forcing them to borrow funding to pay for them.
I have highlighted the last two points made by Jackson to emphasize that there has always been an awareness down through history as to the destructive role played by merchant bankers in one era after another. Jackson successfully killed the bank in his day, but it nearly cost him his life.
The next US president to attempt a similar deed in circumventing the growing influence of the merchant bankers was Abraham Lincoln who issued his debt-free ‘greenbacks’ as a counter to the increasing debt burden being forced by international merchant bankers on the United States after its brutal civil war. This time the assassination attempt was successful.
The next stage on the road to Red Shield domination of the United States’ banking system was the establishment of a gold standard for the country’s financial system under the watch of one President McKinley. The new gold standard was in reaction to the disastrous depression remembered as the ‘Panic of 1893’. Another example of a manipulated event by merchant bankers, the Gold Standard Act was passed in 1900, but not before McKinley had tried to figure out a silver-backed agreement with European interests – not to the liking of the Red Shield. A bullet took out McKinley in 1901 setting the stage for the final one-two punch that would bring about the establishment of the Federal Reserve Bank of America.
The first punch was the manipulated banking panic of 1907, the final precursor in the merchant bankers attempts to force a central banking model on the United States. Their efforts finally came to fruition in 1913 with the signing of the Federal Reserve Act on Christmas Eve of that year. Instrumental in this final knock-out punch to a financially independent United States was Red Shield lackey J.P. Morgan whose bank still continues to exert major influence over United States financial policy to this day.
The Federal Reserve System of banks is today the central bank for the world’s largest economy, the glittering prize in Mystery Babylon’s long march from the disaster on the plains of Dura to re-establishing control over the world’s financial system. But the Federal Reserve System is no more federal than private parcel carrier company Federal Express. It is a privately controlled central banking cartel and it currently has absolute control over the issuing of what is the world’s reserve currency, the US dollar, an important part in establishing a truly international finance system free of national concerns.
And yet, the US dollar is nothing more than a debt-note that costs virtually nothing to print, and yet is owed by the United States people to the powers that control the Federal Reserve and its printing press. Yes, the American people play various swap games with these notes and call it their economy, but in the long term it still has to be paid back to the Federal Reserve with interest. And remember, the Federal Reserve doesn’t issue the interest, it just collects it. This means that if the Fed issues $10 at 10% interest, America has to find an extra $1 to settle its debt. But where does America get that extra $1 if there are only $10 in the economy to start with? So the Fed issues a $1 to cover the interest owed, but that $1 also comes with a 10% interest – and the cycle just keeps going until America wakes up to multiple trillions in national debt that it simply cannot pay.
Funny, but in all the years prior to having its own central bank, the United States had no national debt.
As noted, under the Federal Reserve System the United States would see its public debt go from virtually zero to almost incomprehensible numbers measured in the trillions, and all of it effectively owed to the people who secretly controlled the Federal Reserve. Good work if you can get it, I’m sure you’ll agree, and an excellent plan if you want to fully undermine the independence of a nation state and its ability to pay its own way. In essence, the United States became a captive of Mystery Babylon on Christmas Eve, 1913, nothing more than a debtor-slave at the mercy of its master-lender.
As the supposed American century rolled to a close in the first decade of the 21st century. its military was now reduced to policing US dollar hegemony in a world starting to implode under the pressure of the Federal Reserve System’s debt-based financial system. At the time of this writing, the United States had once again reached and breached its debt ceiling and was now dipping into government pension funds in a desperate attempt to continue paying its bills. The last genuine superpower to do this was Rome, just before things completely fell apart and Europe entered the Dark Ages.
Indeed, the Red Shield had come far since its beginnings as a small family of money changers in Europe’s pre-Napoleonic era. However, there’s always a malcontent willing to crash the party and the most serious threat to Red Shield power can be traced back to a series of developments starting in the 1930s. From that time, the 20th century was to prove to be a series of merchant banker inspired bloodbaths recorded as the First and Second World Wars, but the seemingly invincible position enjoyed by the Red Shield was to come under sustained threat from behind the scenes from a gang of ruthless thugs every bit as determined as the Red Shield itself – the Nazis.
Incidentally, before we turn our attention to the rise of that gang of psychotic leather shorts-wearing beer drinkers, a final note on the Federal Reserve System. The only US president to challenge the authority of this banking cartel other than Jackson, Lincoln and McKinley was John Fitzgerald Kennedy. He signed an executive order authorising the issue of US Treasury notes in direct competition with the existing federal reserve notes. Three months later his head was blown off, the only other sitting US president to be successfully assassinated. Go figure!