Wave of action

Today, 20th June 2015, sees a global "wave of action" to protest the political economy although the banners and headlines will present diffuse messages. Protest and demonstrations are often infiltrated to divert, distract and discredit opposition by directing focus onto symptoms and partisan politics which eclipse the real issue. It makes no difference which political parties are elected, Republican or Democrat, Labour or Conservative, the levers of power remain in the hands of the Structural Elite and the march towards a one world government and universal debt slavery continues. Who controls the debt? Banks. What provoked the anger of the global Occupy movement? Banks. What is the prime obstacle to change? The banking system.

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Where did this global banking system originate? The City of London, which remains the key power centre in political economy.

The medieval, unaccountable Corporation of London is ripe for protest by George Monbiot
Working beyond the authority of parliament, the Corporation of London undermines all attempts to curb the excesses of finance

Having precipitated the economic crisis of 2008, from which the world has yet to recover, the banks and their controllers have succeeded in shifting the blame for the crisis from the perpetrators to the victims, particularly the most vulnerable: the poor, the disabled and refugees from the banksters' global wars. In the UK, unemployment, disability and other benefits have been pared to the bone leaving many without the means to life. The fabled generosity of the UK benefits system is a myth - immigrants aren't flocking to the UK for the benefits. It's not benefit claimants getting something for nothing.

UK unemployment benefit less generous than Romania, Albania and the US by Tom Pride

Greece is imploding under the heel of the bankers' Troika and another financial crisis is looming. To be effective, today's wave of action needs to focus on the primary culprit behind austerity, wars and environmental destruction, the banking and monetary system and the ability of banks to create money from nothing.

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0 #3 Bill Kruse 2015-06-21 00:28
I'm writing it up, but don't expect it anytime soon :-)
 
 
0 #2 Clive Menzies 2015-06-20 19:39
Quoting Bill Kruse:
Do some research into the Glorious Revolution and the Bank of England and note that George Downing was our man at the Hague just before all this, then ask yourself why you can't find any description of what Dutch Finance is, even in Google. Secrets! :-)
Thanks Bill - can you provide some references (this is collaborative research).
I suspect you're right.
That the City of London may or may not be the originator of the global banking system is less important than its power since the establishment of the Bank of England in 1694.
 
 
0 #1 Bill Kruse 2015-06-20 15:11
The idea for the banking system is Dutch actually. Do some research into the Glorious Revolution and the Bank of England and note that George Downing was our man at the Hague just before all this, then ask yourself why you can't find any description of what Dutch Finance is, even in Google. Secrets! :-)
 

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