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International Banking Cartel

International Banking Cartel

Much of the financial world is controlled by the international banking cartel. With their seemingly endless wealth, largely earned through tricks, manipulation, and hefty taxes, this cartel of banks manipulates most of the worlds wars where they finance and profit from both sides, while also usung these military forces to advance the interests of their corporate investments. It consists of Bank of America, JP Morgan Chase, Citigroup and Wells Fargo along with Deutsche Bank, BNP and Barclays. Eight families reportedly control the IBC: the Goldman Sachs, Rockefellers, Lehmans, Kuhn Loebs, Rothschilds, Warburgs, Lazards and the Israel Moses Seifs. Former Assistant Housing Secretary Catherine Austin Fitts said that, “My assessment is that 90% of the value of the US dollar comes from the US military.”

For decades, America has used its armed strength to enforce the use of the dollar as the world’s reserve currency, effectively making the US military the armed wing of the international banking cartel (IBC). Since 1971 when President Richard Nixon stopped paying US debt obligations with gold, America has increasingly used its military might to prop up the value of the dollar and enforce a global financial structure whose primary beneficiary is the US itself, and whose central bank, the Federal Reserve, serves as the IBC’s supervisory authority.

Who or what is this IBC? It consists of Bank of America, JP Morgan Chase, Citigroup and Wells Fargo along with Deutsche Bank, BNP and Barclays. Eight families reportedly control the IBC: the Goldman Sachs, Rockefellers, Lehmans, Kuhn Loebs, Rothschilds, Warburgs, Lazards and the Israel Moses Seifs. Besides owning the US oil behemoths Exxon Mobil, Royal Dutch Shell, BP and Chevron Texaco, IBC member institutions are among the top ten shareholders of nearly every Fortune 500 company. While the IBC itself has no formal status, nevertheless its members are represented by an international body, the Financial Stability Board (FSB). Organized as the Financial Security Forum in 1999 by G7 finance ministers and central bank governors, the FSB “seeks to give momentum to a broad-based multilateral agenda for strengthening financial systems and the stability of international financial markets.”


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Chronological History of the International Banking Cartels

Italy Elects Conservative Giorgia Meloni as New Prime Minister

Italy Elects Conservative Giorgia Meloni as New Prime Minister

The globalists who run the European Union, the banks, and the media are all melting down over the election of Italy’s first female Prime Minister Giorgia Meloni. On Sunday night, the coalition led by Meloni’s Brothers of Italy (FdI) party won Italy’s election, meaning the country’s first national-conservative government is set to take power. Additionally, the victory is set to make Meloni the first female prime minister in ...
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Head Of FDIC Resigns, Warns Of Senate Democrats’ ‘Hostile Takeover’

Head Of FDIC Resigns, Warns Of Senate Democrats’ ‘Hostile Takeover’

The head of one of the government’s major agencies, the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation or FDIC, has resigned after warning of a “hostile takeover” by the Democrats. Jelena McWilliams, 48, who was the chairperson of the agency, penned a letter to President Joe Biden on Friday attacking Senate Democrats for going around her to suit their own agenda. “After serving as the 21st Chairman of the Federal ...
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Run on the Banks in China – Long Lines in Henan, Shanghai, and Dandong

Run on the Banks in China – Long Lines in Henan, Shanghai, and Dandong

People are reportedly lining up for hours in China to obtain money from their bank accounts in China.  The large cities of Henan, Shanghai, and Dandong are three cities where the lines are long. After years of COVID mandates and a government that the average Chinese down deep doesn’t trust, the people of China are scared that they will not be able to retrieve their life ...
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High Level International Bankers Simulate The Collapse Of Global Financial System

High Level International Bankers Simulate The Collapse Of Global Financial System

A simulation of a theory based catastrophe of global bankers collapsing the financial system was conducted fairly recently. There was a striking similarity between this event and the infamous “Event 201” that was held in late 2019. Last month, high-ranking international banking representatives and organizations convened in Israel for a worldwide “war game” simulation portraying the global financial system’s downfall. The tabletop experiment was similar to “Event 201,” ...
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Essay on Patriotism and Globalism by Chilean-born Sven von Storch - National Sovereignty: Make Latin America Great

Essay on Patriotism and Globalism by Chilean-born Sven von Storch – National Sovereignty: Make Latin America Great

The Great Reset and Great Recession The world is currently facing two major challenges: First, the fight for a possible New World Order. The global leadership of the United States has turned into a struggle between the USA and China for world domination. And secondly, the international financial and currency system is facing a historic collapse. These two factors pose a grave threat to the order, stability ...
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Wells Fargo Cancels Lauren Witzke’s Bank Account for Political Views

Wells Fargo Cancels Lauren Witzke’s Bank Account for Political Views

Wells Fargo has shut down the bank account of America First activist Lauren Witzke, leaving her stranded out of state with completely no money. In a post on Telegram, Witzke, who ran as the Republican candidate for the Senate in Delaware in the 2020 elections, revealed that Wells Fargo had completely shut down her bank account, removing all of her money from the system, leaving her with ...
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Fed Study: How We Made The Top 10% Richer Than Ever

Fed Study: How We Made The Top 10% Richer Than Ever

Every three years, the Federal Reserve releases a study on consumer finances that is a stockpile of data on everything from household net worth to incomes. The 2019 Fed survey confirms statements I have made previously regarding how the Fed’s monetary interventions made the top 10% more prosperous than ever. They just left the vast majority of Americans behind. While we will address the statistical data, there is also the ...
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John McAfee Arrested In Spain And Charged With Tax Evasion And Promoting Initial Coin Offerings

John McAfee Arrested In Spain And Charged With Tax Evasion And Promoting Initial Coin Offerings

A little over a year after former tech guru (and one-time presidential candidate) John McAfee was arrested in the Dominican Republican (aboard a yacht carrying high-caliber weapons, ammunition and military-style gear), and two months after a "fake arrest" for wearing a thong mask... ... on Monday the eccentric millionaire was arrested - this time for real - in Spain, where he is awaiting extradition to the US ...
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World Economic Forum Begins (3-7) Cyber Polygon Simulation to Practice Cyber Attacks that Will Usher in Great Reset

World Economic Forum Begins (3-7) Cyber Polygon Simulation to Practice Cyber Attacks that Will Usher in Great Reset

The World Economic Forum teamed up with the Russian government and global banks to run a high-profile cyberattack simulation that targeted the financial industry, an actual event that would pave the way for a “reset” of the global economy. The simulation, named Cyber Polygon, may have been more than a typical planning exercise and bears similarities to the WEF-sponsored pandemic simulation Event 201 that briefly preceded ...
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How Every Asset Class, Currency, and Sector Performed in 2019

How Every Asset Class, Currency, and Sector Performed in 2019

Another year is in the books, and for investors 2019 was quite the turnaround story. Despite an early backdrop of heightened volatility, escalating trade tensions, Brexit uncertainty, and calls for a recession, the year progressed in an unexpectedly pleasant fashion. The Fed used its limited arsenal to provide additional stimulus, and global markets soaked it up to extend the decade-long bull run. By the end of ...
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