Category: Finance & Economics

The Dollar’s Last Tango Part 2 (of a 2 Part Series

The Fed Tightens As a result of the Fed’s relentless tightening blitz, both US capital markets (the S&P 500 is down -24%, and 10 year US treasuries are down -17% and bonds were down -10%) and the US economy have been left reeling. One should note –WHY IS THE FED RAISING INTEREST RATES? The day […]

The Dollar’s Last Tango Part 1 (of a 2 Part Series)

When David Rockefeller pulled the plug on the gold-dollar on August 15th, 1971, the dollar fell against major currencies by 40%.  Confidence is the name of the game. Without gold backing, the dollar was worthless. There was no confidence.  It was only in 1975 that the Saudis agreed under pressure that the dollar would, henceforth, […]

LockDown – The Hidden Financial Agenda Part 3 (of a 3 Part Series)

Referring to the effects– economic and health-wise– of COVID-19 and the pandemic, Bill Gates, the self-appointed global czar of disease and vaccines by virtue of his enormous wealth, told his readers in August 2020, “As awful as this pandemic is, climate change could be worse.” What Gates is doing is setting the rhetoric for the […]

LockDown – The Hidden Financial Agenda Part 1 (of a 3 Part Series)

The Collapsing Machine-Tool Sector The battered world physical economy, if it is to survive, must draw from and be energized by the machine-tool design sector. However, the machine-tool industry’s capability is being destroyed. This year, orders for this sector have fallen by more than half. This indicates a desperate situation for the world economy. It […]

Yamashita’s Gold Part 5 (of a 5 Part Series)

Conflict of Interest      In March 2001, only weeks into the new Bush Administration, two U.S. Navy ships arrived in the Philippines carrying teams of SEAL commandos.  They were sent to the Philippines to recover gold as part of a plan to enlarge America’s reserves. This gold would come from two places: – new excavations […]

Yamashita’s Gold Part 4 (of a 5 Part Series)

The Paladins        Once it was proved in U.S. courts that massive gold shipments did come out of the Philippines during the twenty years Marcos was president – gold that did not originate in the Central Bank or in mines like Benguet – the remaining mystery is where did it go? To be sure, the […]

Yamashita’s Gold (Part 3 of a 5 Part Series)

Dirty Tricks    Japan is not the only example of how Washington used Axis war loot for political action during the first years of the Cold War. The Italian elections of 1948 are another.    In postwar Italy, CIA agent James Jesus Angleton recovered Ethiopian treasure plundered by Mussolini’s forces. Instead of returning this loot […]

The BA Cartel Part 3 (of a 3 Part Series)

Welcome back. Here, we continue with our report on the food cartel. In this report, we will explain how the global grain and food cartels function. How It Works They dominate the export and import of basic foodstuffs—wheat, soy, corn, rice, sugar, dairy tropical products, etc. They intervene to determine where crops are grown, which […]

The BA Cartel Part 2 (of a 3 Part Series)

The Global Food Cartel – Instrument for Starvation The Control Apparatus The control of food for use as a weapon is an ancient practice. The House of Windsor inherited certain routes and infrastructure. One finds the practice in ancient Babylon/Mesopotamia 4,000 years ago. In Greece, the cults of Apollo, Demeter, and Rhea-Cybele often controlled the […]

The BA Cartel Part 1 (of a 3 Part Series)

In this article, we will detail the control over four main areas that are crucial for human existence. They are food, raw materials, energy and finance. The two families and their allied networks in London (the Rothschilds) and New York (the Rockefellers) have increased their control over all aspects of life – especially and most […]

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