This is a marvelously clear “pointing out” what the title says. And the video, I am going to post it separately, and it is blowing my mind away with facts and data and truthy stuff, of which I was not aware. And Michael Rivero has assembled this all into a fast-moving and apocalypting (unveiling) video. Check this one out, for sure, if you want “the data” that clearly shows “All Wars are Bankers Wars“.
“The Civil War… From 1832-1862, the so-called “free banking era,” all banks were state charted. In 1862 Lincoln created a national system of banks to fund the federal government and issue currency. When he authorized the US Treasury to issue $150 million in interest-free “greenbacks,” the London Times called for the destruction of the US because of the major threat this posed to the global economy (i.e. international bankers). To punish Lincoln, England and (and France) would provide financial and material support to the southern Confederacy.
“World War I was also a banker’s war, intended to punish Germany for the strict limitations it imposed on its central bank. At the end of World War I, the Treaty of Versailles forced Germany to repay all the war debts of the other European countries, even though Germany hadn’t started the war.
“[Breton Woods] Because the Federal Reserve is a private banking network, the federal government has no control whatsoever over the quantity of US dollars they issue. In 1971, it became obvious that the Fed was issuing far more dollars than it could redeem (the vast majority of money the Fed creates is electronic money – only about 3% is in notes and coins*). When France asked to redeem its dollar reserves for gold, Nixon unilaterally suspended the gold standard agreed at Breton Woods.
“At this point the US dollar became a “fiat” currency, theoretically back by nothing. In reality, it was backed by oil, through a complex agreement whereby the US agreed to “defend” countries (i.e. not destabilize or declare war on them) if they committed to buying and selling oil in dollars, aka “petrodollars.”
…the US invasion against a long list of Muslim countries is an indirect result of this agreement… none of seven Muslim countries retired General Wesley Clark has identified as targets for US military aggression… had private central banks prior to US invasion and occupation.**”
All Wars are Bankers’ Wars
Michael Rivero’s 2013 Documentary
By Dr Stuart Jeanne Bramhall
The purpose of war, according to radio host Michael Rivero, is to force central banks on countries that try to issue their own money. He makes a compelling argument, illustrated by numerous historical examples. The film’s main value, in my view, is in dispelling common misconceptions about where money comes from. Contrary to popular belief, western democracies don’t issue the money they use to run government services. They borrow the money at interest from privately owned central banks. In the US, this private central bank is called the Federal Reserve.
The American Revolution