The two most critical questions of our time which uncovers the main reasons for global conflicts, poverty, and division are, to whom do we owe the debt, and why have our governments allowed central bankers to control the money supply.

With the forthcoming UK and US elections it would be a great revolutionary moment if every single voter from across the political spectrum asked politicians the two questions in the title.

Why are we so fixated on blaming others for the problems in the country when evidence clearly shows that these problems have been carefully manufactured by the financial elite?

Financial Terrorism

When hard working people in the UK bailed out the bankers to an eye-watering amount of £137 billion in 2008, not many people will probably know that the bailout is yet another government loan which is borrowed from private creditors who are never named in the mainstream media. Future generations will be paying off just the interest on that debt. But, who receives the debt payments?

During Covid the UK government was estimated to have borrowed £280 billion according to the Office for Budget Responsibility. The rising cost of the coronavirus policy response. Again, future generations will be paying off the debt, and again you have to ask who are we paying the debt to?

According to the government’s own website, “The UK’s non-military support to Ukraine since the start of the invasion comes to £4.7 billion. This includes £4.1 billion in fiscal support, and over £660 million in bilateral assistance.” UK to boost Ukraine’s artillery reserves with £245 million munitions package

When you compare the above figures to the costs of illegal immigration in the UK which was estimated at £3.96 billion in 2023, every genuine politician should put the national debt as a top priority, not immigration. Illegal Immigration: Costs

This is just a tip of the iceberg when it comes to government borrowing. I have used UK examples, but the same argument can apply to America and every country. The rising cost of living, the increasing inequality, and rising taxes has little to do with immigration. They are distracting you!

For over a century Europe, and the rest of the world has been held hostage by financial terrorists who have sucked the life out of each country’s resources and drained the wealth and prosperity of the people.

You must read Ellen Hodgson Brown’s book, (2012). Web of debt : the shocking truth about our money system and how we can break free, to gain a deeper understanding to why the world is in its current state.

Also read Why I Believe The Distracted Masses Will Never Wake From Their Deep Sleep.

The Far Right Illusion

Many people in Europe are turning to the far right thinking that the politicians and political parties who champion these views identify with the hard working masses.

I can certainly see the appeal of politicians like Nigel Farage of the Reform Party, and Marine Le Pen of the National Rally, who promise nationalist policies, and promise to put their people first.

It may seem like these individuals are the bright light at the end of a very dark and corrupt political tunnel, but you have to apply the same questions to them. Who do we owe the debt to? And, why have we allowed private central banks to control our money supply?

Farage’s Reform Party may certainly have some attractive policies. The policies of smart immigration, higher wages, no more boats, zero NHS waiting lists, and affordable energy, will appeal to many people (Our Contract with You)

Farage may mean well but he will be powerless to make any meaningful changes without an overhaul of the financial system. As long as the government is not in control of printing its own money the financial power will be in the hands of private investors who are not interested in local or national economies as long as it serves their interests.

Marine Le Pen policies are slightly more bolder in opposing the bankers and protecting public services from greedy financial speculators, but nonetheless, she too is at the mercy of the central bankers who print her nation’s money.

I don’t for one minute believe that these two individuals do not have a grasp of economics considering their educational background, therefore I have to question how they are going to oppose the power of the banking elite? How are they going to pay the debt off when any money that they borrow will further impoverish their nation? (Marine Le Pen: Economic Policy).

It is interesting to observe that former UK Prime Minister, Liz Truss, in her book, Ten Years To Save The West, was forced to remove the following quote which has been arguably linked to Mayer Amschel Rothschild of the famous banking family, “Permit me to issue and control the money of a nation, and I care not who makes its laws” It is important for the reader to note that there is no evidence Mayer Amschel Rothschild said this. (Antisemitic false Rothschild quote cut from Liz Truss memoir)

Regardless of who said that quote a very powerful banker understood the power one could have just by controlling a nation’s money supply.

Going back to the controversy regarding the quote in Liz Truss’s book, it is also interesting that in 1820 when Nathan Rothschild controlled the Bank of England, he said, “I care not what puppet is placed upon the throne of England ro rule the Empire on which the sun never sets. The man who controls Britain’s money supply controls the British Empire, and I control the British money supply.” (Brown, P.65)

A History Of Political Leaders Who Stood Up To Bankers

Europe has a history of leaders who have stood up to the banking dynasties but this is not taught in schools or mentioned in the sanitised history books.

Thomas Jefferson, referred to bankers as “…more dangerous than standing armies…”. Thomas Jefferson in a letter to John Taylor condemns the system of banking as “a blot” on the constitution, as corrupt, and that long-term government debt was “swindling” future generations (1816)

Andrew Jackson, the seventh president of the United States between 1829 and 1837, referred to bankers as “…a den of vipers and thieves”. Andrew Jackson 

James Garfield, the 20th president of the United States said in 1881, “Whosoever control the volume of money in any country is absolute master of all industry and commerce…And when you realise that the entire system is very easily controlled, one way or another, by a few powerful men at the top, you will not have to be told how periods of inflation and depression originate.” Brown, p.96). President Garfield was murdered shortly after he made this statement.

Europe was in bondage long before immigrants came to their shores and if people like Farage and Le Pen really want to make a difference it means taking on the banking behemoth.

The type of leaders the world needs are individuals who are willing to confront the banking cartel and strip them of their power to control the currencies of nations.

If there are no wars, and no exploitation of any nation’s resources, then there will be no need for masses of people to flee or leave their country.

The above argument is irrefutable. Nations must confront the banking cartel to free themselves from economic bondage and forge their own future.

It also debunks the ideology of racism because every nation on earth are indebted to the financial cartel.

It’s like I said in my post Celebrating Corporate Crimes On Armistice Day, “Bankers and corporations have been feeding and getting rich off the blood of humanity for hundreds of years, and if we really want to honour the fallen, we should do so by confronting the monsters that sent them to their deaths.”

The banking cartel have no allegiance to race, religion, or country, there only loyalty is to power and control, and if humanity cannot put aside their petty differences to confront them, the future is looking bright for them and their ancestors for decades to come.

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