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"Financial history has numerous examples of preying on the weak, crushing competition, socializing risks, privatizing profits, redistributing wealth upward to a financial oligarchy while creating "tollbooth economies" with debt bondage." - Stephen Lendman

"Bank-money exchange reflects and creates a system of elite control and inconspicuous human slavery.

Reciprocal credit exchange creates a democratic system on a level monetary playing field." - Richard C. Cook

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The chairman of the Federal Reserve Board Ben Salom Bernanke suggests the US turn over sovereignty to the Bank of International Settlements.

Ben Salom Bernanke suggests the US take the advise of the Financial Stability Forum, a small secretariat of the Bank for International Settlements in Basel, Switzerland.

"I will not say much about the international dimensions of the issue but will take as self-evident that, in light of the global nature of financial institutions and markets, the reform of financial regulation and supervision should be coordinated internationally to the greatest extent possible." - Ben Salom Bernanke speaking to the Council on Foreign Relations 03/10/09

"Economists" work at selling the public the idea that recessions and/or depressions are a natural part of what they call the "business cycle".

This is simply not the truth.

Recessions and depressions occur due to manipulation of the money supply by the central banks through credit.

Central banks are privately owned and operated.

Central banks refuse the scrutiny of state regulators - no one knows whose money (if there actually is reserves) - the central banks use and no one has ever been allowed to audit the fungible assets in their database spreadsheets.

55 BC "The budget should be balanced, the Treasury should be refilled, public debt should be reduced, arrogance of officials should be tempered and controlled, and the assistance to foreign lands should be curtailed lest Rome become bankrupt. People must again learn to work, instead of living on public assistance." - Cicero

51 BC Gaius Julius Caesar becomes the most powerful politician in the Roman Republic through a string of military victories in the Gallic Wars in which the wealth of the Celts is carted off to Rome.

44 BC Caesar is assassinated on the Ides of March by a group of rebellious senators led by Brutus and Cassius who stab him to death.

"Awareness of the hideous evil of the financiers' plans
to destroy the soul of humanity is growing." - Richard Cook

33 AD Tiberius creates a financial crisis by decreed - 13 of every senator's fortune be invested in Italian land.

Jesus uses physical force - the only time throughout his ministry - to throw the soulless money changers out of the Temple.

Hebrews could only pay their temple tax with a half-shekel, a half-ounce of pure silver, about the size of a quarter.

The half-shekel was the only pure silver coin of assured weight at that time without the image of a pagan Emperor.

Jesus threw the soulless money changers out as the wealth extraction monopoly on these coins violated the sanctity of the Temple.

"Many biblical scholars believe the single event that doomed Jesus was his scene in Jerusalem's huge temple, turning over the moneychangers' tables, trying to stop an unnecessary profit off the people." - Davidson Loehr


1024 Medieval England's money supply is controlled by goldsmiths.

The concept of paper money used for trade arrives from China.

Paper money is a paper promissary note issued by an Archon or Patrician.

A promissary note contains a written promise to pay a stated sum to a specified entity, or to the bearer at a specified date or on demand.

A promissary note is a bond carried by the holder or bearer - a bearer bond.

The first promissary notes, receipts for gold or silver deposited, are contracts for a gold delivery to a specified party within or at an ascertained time.

Bearer bonds, also promissary notes, are readily transferable contracts for delivery made to an unidentified bearer.

This breaks the tie to any identifiable deposit of precious metal.

Recognizing only a fraction of depositors of gold ever demand gold at once they began to loan out paper promissary notes made payable to the bearer.

Loaning out more money than one possess', fractional reserves, is the same as printing money or owning a money tree orchard.

Banking families intermarried to build an international dynasty.

1100 King Henry I creats a new form of currency - a "talley stick."

The talley stick currency is in existence for 726 years until 1826 even though other currencies came and went, running alongside the talley sticks.

The talley stick was a stick of polished wood into which notches were cut along one side, to indicate the denomination of money the stick represented.

The stick was then split lengthwise through the notches, so that both pieces had a record of the notches.

The King kept ½ to protect against counterfeiting and the other half was circulated into the economy as money.

The talley stick was the most successful money system in history, as the King demanded that all the King's taxes had to be paid in, "talley sticks," so this increased their circulation and acceptance as a legitimate form of money.

1215 "If one who has borrowed from the Jews any sum, great or small, die before that loan be repaid, the debt shall not bear interest while the heir is under age, of whomsoever he may hold; and if the debt fall into our hands, we will not take anything except the principal sum contained in the bond.

If anyone die indebted to the Jews, his wife shall have her dower and pay nothing of that debt; and if any children of the deceased are left under age, necessaries shall be provided for them in keeping with the holding of the deceased; and out of the residue the debt shall be paid, reserving, however, service due to feudal lords; in like manner let it be done touching debts due to others than Jews." - Magna Carta

The formulation of Magna Carta in England is not an isolated event.

Many similar statements of law are being made on the Continent.

In form and content, they run roughly parallel to the English document, though none is identical.

Among the most nearly contemporary were the Liber Augustalis, containing the Constitutions of Melfi issued in 1231 by the Emperor Frederick II for the kingdom of Sicily, and the Golden Bull of Zagreb, issued by King in 1242 to the towns and cities of Slavonia and Hungary."

There were also many others.

Among the best known of them are Philippe de Beaumanoir's Customs of the Beauvaisis in France, the Siete Partidas in Castile, the Sachsenspiegel in Germany, the Usatges of Barcelona from Catalonia, and the Laws of King Magnus Ladulas in Sweden.

1225 St. Thomas Aquinas argues that the charging of interest is wrong because it applies to "double charging," charging for both the money and the use of the money.

This concept followed the teachings of Aristotle that taught the purpose of currency was to serve the members of the social culture by facilitating the exchange of goods and services.

Interest is contrary to reason and justice as it put an unnecessary burden on the use of money simply a way to facilitate trade in resources or services.

Church law in Middle Ages Europe forbade the charging of interest on loans making it a crime called, "usury."

Christians were not allowed by their religion to charge interest on any money lent as this was considered usury. The Jews were not so incumbered.

"Usury is the practice of lending money at excessive interest rates. This has for centuries caused great misery and poverty for Gentiles. It has brought strong condemnation of the Jews!" - Diodorus Siculus Greek historian

"The Jewish usurers are fast-rooted even in the smallest villages, and if they lend five gulden they require a security of six times as much. They charge interest, upon interest, and upon this again interest, so that the poor man loses everything that he owns." - Desiderius Erasmus

"Jewish usurers bleed the poor to death and grow fat on their substance." - Bernardino de Feltro

In the Mishnah of Moses Maimonides in the the Book of Judgments Jews are required to not charge interest to other Jews but to charge interest to a Gentile and to press the Gentile for payment.

"Turn to the pages of the Talmud and you will find that they made an art of lending money. They were taught early to look for their chief happiness in the possession of money. They fathomed all the secrets that lay hid in money. They became Lords of Money and Lords of the World." - Werner Sombart

1275 Edward I of England issues the Statute of the Jewry outlawing the practice of usury.

"Jews have never, like other people, gone into a wilderness and built up a land of their own.

In England in the 13th century, under Edward I, they did not take advantage of the offer by which Edward promised to give them the very opportunity Jews had been crying for, for centuries."

After imprisoning the entire Jewish population, in his domain for criminal usury, and debasing the coin of the realm; Edward, before releasing them, put into effect two new sets of laws.

The first made it illegal for a Jews in England to loan money at interest.

The second repealed all the laws which kept Jews from the normal pursuits.

Under these new statutes Jews could even lease land for a period of 15 years.

Edward advanced this as a test of the Jews sincerity when he claimed that he wanted to work like other people.

If they proved their fitness to live like other people inference was that Edward would let them buy land outright and admit them to the higher privileges of citizenship.

Did the Jews take advantage of Edward decree?

To get around this law against usury, they invented such new methods of skinning the peasants and the nobles that the outcry against them became greater than ever.

And Edward had to expel them to avert a civil war.

It is not recorded that one Jew took advantage of the right to till the soil." - Samuel Roth*

1381 Peasants Revolt Raging mobs seized tax-enforcing judges and clerks and paraded their heads, minus the rest of them, on pikes through the streets of English towns.

Jails and buildings where tax records are stored are destroyed.

Large numbers of tax bureaucrats are killed in often creative ways.

The rebels amass an army, assault the capital, seize the Tower of London and kill the king's two highest finance officials, the Lord Chancellor and the Lord High Treasurer.

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1492 Ferdinand and Isabella of Spain sign a decree expelling all Jews who refuse to convert to Christianity.

A considerable number move to Portugal.

Many within the migrant Jewish community in Portugal proceeded to become wealthy in commercially successful Portuguese port cities.

Being forced to move, Jewish families remain mobile and develop international family agencies for growing brokerage houses involved with shipping.

Family networks of mobile Jewish "lombards" migrate from port city to city during the Spanish Inquisition and forge international networks.

Most European cities still have a street named Lombard street after the pawn shop that once housed there.

In Dutch, the name for a pawn shop is still lommerd, and this etymology persists in the names of various banks (unless named after some family).

In Polish and Russian, a pawn shop is called simply lombard.

Lombard banking refers to the historical use of the term 'Lombard' for a pawn shop in the Middle Ages, a type of banking that originated with the prosperous northern Italian region of Lombardy.

In France the Lombards became synonymous with the Cahorsins.

Cahors became prominent in the Middle Ages as a major banking center of medieval Europe.

Cahorsin money lenders were infamous for charging interest on their loans.

Antwerp was foreigner-controlled, which made the city very international, with merchants and traders from Venice, Dubrovnik Republic, Spain and Portugal.

Antwerp had a policy of toleration, attracting a Haredi Jewish community.

The Haredi, or Hasidic, lived concentrated in the city center in an area close to what later became the Antwerp Central railway station.

This neighborhood is also sometimes known as "Jewish Antwerp".

Its main attraction was its close proximity to the diamond bourse, where a large part of the Haredi community work cutting and polishing diamonds.

The Portuguese began using Antwerp as an outlet for their Asian pepper and spice imports, and the Germans bring copper and silver.

1500 Charles of Habsburg, heir to the Netherlands via his grandmother Mary, is born in Ghenti.

Charles is raised in the Netherlands and spoke fluent Dutch, French, and Spanish, along with some German.

1506 Charles becomes lord of the Netherlands.

1509 King Henry VIII succeeds King Henry VII to the throne.

Under King Henry VIII the Church of England separates from Roman Catholicism, whose law prevents the charging of interest on money.

King Henry VIII relaxes the laws regarding usury and the soulless money changers waste no time by flooding the economy with gold and silver coins.

"No people under the sun are more greedy than they are, than they have been and always will be, as one can see from their accursed usury.

The Princes and authorities sit and snore with open mouths and let the Jews take, steal and rob what they want out of their open purses and chests.

They permit themselves and subjects to be sucked dry by the Jews' usury, and make themselves, with their own money, beggars in their own State.

The Jews have got our money and property, and are therefore our masters in our own land." - Martin Luther 1543

1516 Charles of Habsburg inherits the kingdoms of Spain, which have become a worldwide empire with the Spanish colonization of the Americas.

1519 Charles inherits the Archduchy of Austria.

1530 Charles is elected Holy Roman Emperor.

Although Frisia and Guelders offered prolonged resistance under Grutte Pier and Charles of Egmond respectively, virtually all of the Netherlands had been incorporated into the Habsburg domains by the early 1540s.

July 10, 1553 Jane Grey the great-granddaughter of Henry VII through daughter Mary, and a second cousin of Edward VI ascends the throne.

She has an excellent humanist education and a reputation as one of the most learned young women of her day.

"For when I am in the presence either of father or mother, whether I speak, keep silence, sit, stand or go, eat, drink, be merry or sad, be sewing, playing, dancing, or doing anything else, I must do it as it were in such weight, measure and number, even so perfectly as God made the world; or else I am so sharply taunted, so cruelly threatened, yea presently sometimes with pinches, nips and bobs ... that I think myself in hell." - Lady Jane Grey

July 19 Privy Council of England suddenly proclaims Mary Tudor as queen deposing Jane.

Jane Grey nee Dudley's primary supporter, her father-in-law the Duke of Northumberland, is accused of treason and executed.

Jane and her husband are executed when her father, Henry Grey, 1st Duke of Suffolk, becomes involved with Wyatt's rebellion.

Queen Mary I succeeds Lady Jane Grey's nine day reign on the throne in England.

During her reign, Queen Mary I, a staunch Catholic, tightens the usury laws.

Mary was the only child of Henry VIII by his first wife, Catherine of Aragon, to survive to adulthood.

The soulless money changers, not amused, hoard gold and silver coins thus creating economic contraction.

1554 Mary, the first queen regnant of England, marries Philip II of Spain, becoming queen consort of Habsburg Spain on his accession in 1556.

Bloody Mary has over 280 religious dissenters burned at the stake in the Marian persecutions.

1556 Charles passed on his throne to his son Philip II of Spain.

Charles had been seen as a ruler sympathetic to the needs of the Netherlands.

Philip was raised in Spain and spoke neither Dutch nor French.

During Philip's reign, tensions flared in the Netherlands over heavy taxation, suppression of Protestantism, and centralization efforts.

The growing conflict leads ultimately to the war of independence.

1558 Queen Elizabeth I succeeds Queen Mary I, her half sister, to the throne in England.

During her reign Queen Elizabeth I takes control of the money supply by issuing gold and silver coin.

August 22, 1567 Fernando Álvarez de Toledo, 3rd Duke of Alba, marched into Brussels at the head of 10,000 troops.

A large number of executions led the court to be nicknamed the "Blood Court" in the Netherlands, and Alba to be called the "Iron Duke".

Rather than pacifying the Netherlands, these measures helped to fuel unrest.

1566 Calvinists begin the iconoclastic fury (Dutch: Beeldenstorm) across the Netherlands.

1572 Queen Elizabeth I ousted the Gueux, known as Sea Beggars, from the English harbors in an attempt to appease the Spanish king.

The Gueux under their leader Lumey captur the undefended town of Brielle.

In securing Brielle, the rebels gain a foothold, and a token victory in the north.

Protestants spread across the Low Countries rebel once more.

1573 William of Orange converts to Calvinism.

1585 With the Fall of Antwerp, scores of merchants and Calvinist craftsmen flee the south for the relative security of the Northern Netherlands.

Northern Netherlands is predominantly rural compared to the urbanized southern provinces.

1588 Dutch Republic founded. Dutch Golden Age begins.

1592 Several William Shakespeare plays appear on the London stage.

Scholars refer to the years between 1585 and 1592 as Shakespeare's "lost years"; likely the period he 'developed' the material for his plays.

"William Shakespeare is well known to have been something of a magpie when it came to plots and characters - borrowing (and elevating) stories and turns of phrase from writers ranging from Giovanni Boccaccio to Christopher Marlowe." - Thu-Huong Ha

Shakespeare plagiarized a manuscript titled "A Brief Discourse of Rebellion and Rebels," written in the late 1500s by George North, a minor figure in the court of Queen Elizabeth, who served as an ambassador to Sweden.

Plagiarism Software Unveils a New Source for 11 of Shakespeare's Plays

"There are still manuscript sources out there that have not been published that Shakespeare may have used, and it shows that we don't know everything about the origins of the Shakespeare canon." - Dennis McCarthy

1609 The soulless money changers in the Netherlands establish the first central bank in Amsterdam.

The central bank of Amsterdam finances Oliver Cromwell.

1649 Oliver Cromwell overthrows King Charles I putting him to death.

Plunged into a costly series of wars over the next few decades Great Britain sinks deep into debt.

The bankers foreclose on a square mile of property in the heart of London which becomes the City of London, an international economic center.

Following a series of squabbles with the Stuart Kings, Charles II (1660 - 1685) and James II (1685 - 1688) the bankers conspire with counterparts in Amsterdam to finance an invasion led by William of Orange, Netherlands.

1689 William of Orange ascends to the throne in England as William III .

1694 King William III orders the British Treasury to borrow £ 1,250,000.

In return King William III issues the international bankers a Royal Charter for a new central Bank of England.

This Royal Charter permits the international bankers to consolidate the British national debt with a £ 1,250,000 loan by securing payments of interest and principal through direct taxation of the people.

The Royal Charter forbids private goldsmiths from storing gold and issuing paper promissary notes made payable to the bearer.

The Bank of England, a privately chartered joint stock incorporation named to deceive the general public, tenders shares for start up capital.

The private investors purportedly tender £ 1,250,000 in gold coins to buy their shares in the central bank. £ 750,000 is registered.

Despite the £ 500,000 shortfall the central bank is chartered.

"The Bank hath benefit of interest on all monies which it creates out of nothing." - William Paterson founder Bank of England

The Bank of England amounted to nothing less than the legal counterfeiting of a national currency for private gain.

Any country falling under a private central bank controlled system eventually amounts to nothing more than a plutocracy.

Bank of England attacks the talley stick system.

1698 British Treasury owes £16,000,000 to the Bank of England.

International bankers have gained control of the economy of England.

Suppose the money in circulation in a country is £5,000,000.

A central bank is set up and prints another £15,000,000.

The value of the initial £5,000,000 in circulation is now only 25% of the currency in circulation.

Bank controls 75% of the currency in circulation with £15,000,000 in loans.

This causes asset price inflation accompanied by a reduction in value of money held in common due to the economy being flooded with new money.

Asset price inflation is an economic phenomenon denoting a rise in price of assets, as opposed to ordinary goods and services.

Typical assets are financial instruments such as bonds, shares, and their derivatives, as well as real estate and other capital goods.

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"It was Alexander Hamilton, the first secretary of the treasury, who compromised the new nation, through what he admitted was "corruption," by giving the wealthy speculators in Revolutionary War bonds the benefit of federally-sponsored redemption and then by establishing the First Bank of the US. This early drift toward elitist rule was opposed by Thomas Jefferson, James Madison, and others." - Richard C. Cook

1764 Benjamin Franklin is asked by officials of the Bank of England to explain the prosperity of American colonies.

"That is simple. In the Colonies we issue our own money. It is called Colonial Scrip. We issue it in proper proportion to the demands of trade and industry to make the products pass easily from the producers to the consumers. In this manner creating for ourselves our own paper money, we control its purchasing power, and we have no interest to pay." - Benjamin Franklin

British Parliament passes the Currency Act of 1764.

The Currency Act of 1764 prohibits colonial officials from issuing their own money and orders them to pay all future taxes in gold or silver coins.

Due to the prohibition on the issuance of paper money by the colonies under the Currency Act of 1764 - real estate owners who could not pay their taxes lost their land.

John Morton, a sheriff of Chester County in Pennsylvania who would sign the Declaration of Independence, seized 180 farms between 1766 and 1769.

"All mankind is divided into three classes: those that are immovable, those that are movable, and those that move." - Benjamin Franklin

1769 William IX, Landgrave of Hesse-Cassell, hires Mayer Amschel Bauer to supervise the operation of his properties and tax-gathering, formally designating Mayer Amschel Bauer "Hoffaktor".

1775 Revolutionary war starts in Lexington, Massachusetts.

10 years of British taxation has drained the colonies of silver and gold coins.

The continental government has no choice but to print money.

The American money supply stands at ≈ $12,000,000.

By the end of the war the American money supply had been expanded to nearly $500,000,000 and as a result the currency is virtually worthless.

Colonial Scrip worked as just enough was printed to facilitate trade.

The Constitution established a basic currency unit, the dollar, constitutionally mandated to be a silver coin based on the Spanish pillar dollar and to contain 375 grains of silver.

This single provision was designed to keep the American money supply out of the hands of the international banking cartel.

1781 Continental Congress is desperate for monetary balance, so they allowed Robert Morris, their Financial Superintendent, to open a privately owned central bank, in the hope this would sort out the money problem.

Robert Morris, son of the wealthy tobacco exporter Robert Morris Sr., had grown wealthier during the revolution by trading in war materials.

This first central bank in America is called the Bank of North America, which is set up with a four year charter modeled on the Bank of England.

The Bank of North America's charter called for private investors to put up $400,000 of initial hard capital, which Robert Morris Jr., the war profiteer, found himself unable to raise from American interests as all the gold and silver had been sent to England as taxes.

Robert Morris uses political artifice to have gold loaned to the government by France deposited into the new Bank of North America to use as reserves.

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1782 Alexander Hamilton graduates law school and goes to work as an aide to Robert Morris, who states, "a national debt if it is not excessive will be to us a national blessing."

"The primary definition of a central bank is a banking system in which a single bank has either a complete or residuary monopoly in the note issue." - Vera C. Smith , Committee for Monetary Research and Education

1785 Robert Morris' privately owned Bank of North America fails to solve the problem. Continental Congress chooses not to renew the charter.

"This institution, having no principle but avarice, will never vary in its objective to engross all the wealth, power and influence of the state." - William Findlay

Mayer Amschel Rothschild moves his family home to a five story home in Frankfurt, Germany, which he shares with the Schiff family.

A descendent of both families, Jacob Hirsch Schiff, is instrumental in the setting up of the Federal Reserve 128 years later.

1787 Colonial leaders assemble in Philadelphia to replace the Articles of Confederation with the Constitution.

James Madison opposes a privately owned central bank after seeing the exploitation of the people by the Bank of England.

"The rich will strive to establish their dominion and enslave the rest. They will have the same effect here as elsewhere, if we do not, by the power of government, keep them in their proper spheres." - Governor Morris in a letter to James Madison dated July 2nd

Alexander Hamilton, Robert Morris, Thomas Willing, convince the delegates to the Constitutional convention, not to give Congress the power to issue paper money.

1788 Prominent French international bankers refuse to extend necessary short term credit to the government, and they arrange to have shipments of grain and food to Paris delayed which triggers the hunger riots.

This sparks the French Revolution, in which a new ruling class emerged, driven by violent oppression, political and actual terrorism.

As its violence grew so too did discontentment with the Revolutionary Regime and its stability and sustainability was in question.

1791 First Secretary of the Treasury, Alexander Hamilton, proposed a bill to the Congress calling for a new privately owned central bank.

Alexander Hamilton manages to get a new privately owned central bank through the new Congress.

The Bank of North America becomes the First Bank of the US.

Baron James de Rothschild of Paris is the principal investor.

Robert Morris controls it, Thomas Willing is the Bank President.

"The bill for establishing a national bank undertakes, among other things:

1. To form the subscribers into a corporation.

2. To enable them, in their corporate capacities, to receive grants of lands; and, so far, is against the laws of mortmain.

3. To make alien subscribers capable of holding lands; and so far is against the laws of alienage.

4. To transmit these lands, on the death of a proprietor, to a certain line of successors changes the course of descents.

5. To put the lands out of the reach of forfeiture, or escheat; and so far, is against the laws of forfeiture and escheat.

6. To transmit personal chattels to successors, in a certain line; and so far, is against the laws of distribution.

7. To give them the sole and exclusive right of banking, under the national authority, is against the laws of monopoly.

8. To communicate to them a power to make laws, paramount to the laws of the states; for so they must be construed, to protect the institution from the control of the state legislatures; and so probably they will be construed.

I consider the foundation of the Constitution as laid on this ground - that all powers not delegated to the US, by the Constitution, nor prohibited by it to the states, are reserved to states, or the people. To take a single step beyond the boundaries drawn around the powers of Congress, is to take possession of a boundless field of power, no longer susceptible of any definition.

The incorporation of a bank, and the powers assumed by this bill, have not, in my opinion, been delegated to the United States by the Constitution." - Thomas Jefferson, February 15, 1791

1796 First Bank has control of the American money supply for 5 years.

During this time the US government has borrowed $8,200,000 from this central bank, and prices in America have increased by 72%.

"I wish it were possible to obtain a single amendment to our Constitution taking from the US government their power of borrowing." - Thomas Jefferson, Secretary of State

1798 Mayer Amschel Rothschild sends his son Nathan to England with a sum of money equivalent to £20,000 to set up a money exchange there.

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