August 23, 2011


Way back in 2007 I came across an online article by some crackpot named Gaylon Ross claiming that Syria, Iran, Sudan, Libya, and Pakistan were classified as rogue states by the West not simply for the official reason, that they're allegedly state sponsors of terrorism, but because they still refused to turn their economies over to globalist bankers and cede control of their central banks to the global banking cartel. Afghanistan and Iraq had been on the list too, but after the U.S. invasions of those countries the globalists had successfully taken over their central banks and they're no longer considered rogue states. Ross's assertion was interesting, but I wasn't all together buying it. I decided to take note and watch to see what happened next. Recently I pulled out the list of rogue nations again, and now it seems as though Ross's claim might carry weight.
During what's come to be called the "Arab spring" of 2011, malcontents have risen up against their respective governments in Tunisia, Lebanon, Egypt, Bahrain, Yemen, Libya, and Syria. And while it's highly likely that Western interests have played a covert roll helping to organize and finance many of these uprisings, the West has recently shown its hand and played a more overt roll to ensure that Libyan and Syrian leaders step aside to make room for more progressive governments.
After months of violent protests and a government crackdown in Syria, on Thursday August 18th Obama demanded that Syrian president Bashar al-Assad step aside and make way for a more democratic government. More like, a government that will willingly hand over control of Syria's economy and central bank to globalist banksters. If past economic takeovers serve as any guide, the Syrians can expect their economy to be flooded with inflatable paper currency, and for their new government to be entangled in a scheme of skyrocketing debt they'll never get free from.
Libya is particularly unique because Qaddafi's government still has complete control over the country's bank, currency, and financial system. The globalist banksters simply can't allow this to continue. After the uprising in Libya began, NATO's bombing of Qaddafi loyalists was almost immediate. NATO's job was to help pave the way for the rebel Interim Transitional National Council government to take control of the country. These rag-tag rebels have proved to be a pretty savvy group too. Within weeks of launching their revolution they had already established a national oil company and a central bank.
"Is this the first time a revolutionary group has created a central bank while it is still in the midst of fighting the entrenched political power?" wondered CNBC senior editor John Carney. "It certainly seems to indicate how extraordinarily powerful central bankers have become in our era." 
How powerful indeed, John. Apart from Lebanon, Libya currently holds more gold as a proportion of GDP than any other country in the world. Rest assured that the banksters can't wait to get hold of that gold and exchange it for inflatable paper currency--just one of the many tricks they'll pull once they've succeeded in taking over Libya's central bank. 
For an example of how such a takeover might play out we can look to both Egypt and Tunisia where dictatorships were recently overthrown by revolting masses, and replaced with interim military dictatorships. Since then both countries have been saddled with billions of dollars in loans from the World Bank and the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development.
"Give me control of a nation's money and I care not who makes its laws," one of the most powerful banksters in history Mayer Amschel Bauer Rothschild famously said. He wasn't playing either. Through its various tentacles and affiliates the Rothschild banking empire financed both the North and South during the American Civil War, bankrolled both Hitler and the Allies during World War II, and financed the Bolshevik Revolution in Russia giving rise to Communism. Because hey, if you're in the business of creating costly wars that force countries into debt so that they need to borrow money from you at interest, you're going to have to continue to create new enemies for them to fight. NOTHING drives up debt like a good, long war. (See $14 trillion U. S. debt and our ongoing, costly military campaigns in Iraq, Afghanistan, Pakistan, and Libya.)
The banksters have no scruples about taking over countries through their central banks, manipulating the boom and bust cycles of the global economy for their own greedy ends, or controlling the media and politicians through organizations such as the Council on Foreign Relations. (CFR: AKA The Establishment, AKA the invisible government, AKA the Rockefeller foreign office--an organization that has allegedly controlled every U.S. President, presidential cabinet member, head of media, and various congressmen dating back to the FDR administration of the 1930s.) as far as the banksters are concerned it's good business to bankroll madmen in costly conflicts that ultimately serve to tilt the global chessboard of power and wealth in their favor. What they have a very big problem with, however, is when wannabe hard mother fuckers like Qaddafi of Libya and Assad of Syria cock-block them from taking control of their economies.
"It's well enough that people of the nation do not understand our banking and monetary system for if they did, I believe there would be a revolution before tomorrow morning," automaker Henry Ford once said. The banksters could care less if the people revolt. They can revolt all they want because unless the revolution has the support of powerful financiers the revolutionaries' chances of success are slim, and even if they do succeed in taking power without the banksters' help, they will surely need the banksters' help if they expect to stay in power. 
As for the other two countries on Ross's list: Iran and Sudan, in July of this year Southern Sudan split away from the North and formed a new government and banking system. The West has since dropped sanctions against the southern country and South Sudanese banks are doing booming business with Western banks. It doesn't hurt that 75 percent of all Sudan's oil reserves are in the south either. As for Iran, the populist uprising in 2009 was unsuccessful at unseating the current government, but rest assured that the banksters showdown with Iran is in the offing.

-(Article written by LOA thug journalist Nicky Vecki)


Anonymous said...

Ron Paul?

Red Fox said...

"The bourgeoisie, by the rapid improvement of all instruments of production, by the immensely facilitated means of communication, draws all, even the most barbarian, nations into civilisation. The cheap prices of commodities are the heavy artillery with which it batters down all Chinese walls, with which it forces the barbarians’ intensely obstinate hatred of foreigners to capitulate. It compels all nations, on pain of extinction, to adopt the bourgeois mode of production; it compels them to introduce what it calls civilisation into their midst, i.e., to become bourgeois themselves. In one word, it creates a world after its own image." -- Marx, from the Communist Manifesto

Anonymous said...

The planet is fucked. That's why I'm buying an eightball, fucking 50 dollar ho's underneath the bridge and driving recklessly. I like the truth about "revolution without financial backing is pissing in the wind" (of course I'm paraphrasing.) Deny as much as they will, the Rothchilds are still deeply embedded in the runnings of this world (the zionist conspiricy?) which in turn connects to the Domionists of Amerikkka. HA! You can put any mook in the white house... shit, bring back kennedy from the dead, he'd be lowballing all policies for his cut of the pie.Fuck this cock sucking planet. I'm out... But not before I bus' a nut in the eye of this muthafucka!!! CHUUCH!