“If the American People only understood the rank injustice of our monetary and banking system, there would be a revolution before morning.” – Andrew Jackson

President Andrew Jackson understood the power and intent of his adversaries as he attempted to preserve American financial sovereignty during a heated battle with International Bankers in the summer of 1836. For decades these manipulative masters of finance had infiltrated every facet of American government in an ever-growing push to control the debt and currency of the citizens of the United States.

“You are a den of vipers and thieves. I intend to rout you out, and by the grace of the Eternal God, will rout you out” Jackson passionately swore as he ignored terrorizing threats on his life and property subtly and coyly made by those who at the base of their being can only be described as evil.

He spent most of his presidency engaged in this virtuous struggle for the liberty of his people and although he had his successes, ultimately he was a man against a mountain. During Jackson’s farewell speech in 1837 he obligated his countrymen with their own destiny by stating “remember, my fellow-citizens, that eternal vigilance by the people is the price of liberty, and that you must pay the price if you wish to secure the blessing.”

Money, it’s a gas

Money controls everything. Long ago, individuals and groups of individuals realized that if they can control the money, they can be masters of the world.

They set in motion long and short term plans designed to accumulate the wealth of the world by encouraging investment in their organizations, perpetuating the use of debt as a source of income by public and private sectors, controlling the flow of national currencies and manipulating derivative costs and product markets.

The organizations were to become the National Banks of the world, including The Federal Reserve, which under its “affiliate” flag owns over 50% of the banks in the United States, over 50% of Fortune 500 companies and various affiliate investment and insurance groups.

The debt would come as national public debt owed to The National Banks and private individual and corporate debt owed to affiliate banks, groups and corporations.

The control of currency would come as the Federal Reserve and other National Banks of the world being the sole note holders for the currency of all nations. That is why the words “Federal Reserve Note” are printed on the top of United States currency. As in most other nations around the world, The National Bank of The United States owns and controls the flow of all US currency and can call their notes at any time they wish.

When an individual or organization is able to manipulate the cost of an item so that it is at a low cost when they buy and a high cost when they sell, that individual or organization will become highly profitable, unavoidably at the misfortune of others. It is an unethical, despicable practice that many wealthy “investors” have become extremely adept at.

The Bank of England and the Battle of Waterloo

This story is about an instance in history where a group of individuals, controlling a major banking organization, effected a derivative cost for their own benefit and at the great misfortune of others.

In essence, the outcome of the Battle of Waterloo, Belgium in June of 1815 was to determine the cost of the afore mentioned derivative that was being traded in England at the time. Knowing this, The Bank of England had agents monitoring the battle.

When the battle’s outcome was clear, the agents rushed back to the bank’s owners in London with news that would make the derivative extremely valuable.

With the Bank being the only ones in England with knowledge of the outcome, and not sharing that fact, they proceeded to negatively effect the value of the derivative until it was at an unbelievable low.

When the bank felt that the cost was as low as it would get, they proceeded to buy that derivative in wholesale quantities.

The news of the battle finally arrived, the derivative reached an incredible value and the bank was made wealthy beyond belief.

If that scenario sounds familiar it is because it has since been played out time and time again by means of war, recession, depression, prosperity and epic tragedy. At their base the tactics are simple: cause a prepared calamity, provide relief of said calamity and be prepared to prosper from it.

The reason that these tactics are not promoted publicly is that at their core they are also devious, unethical and against the constraints and foundations of societal functionality. If everyone in our society practiced these methods, there would be total anarchy. One family would pay $1 for a loaf of bread while their neighbors would pay $5.

Many groups and individuals have become extremely wealthy due to the widespread suffering of others to a point where if they did not indeed cause that suffering themselves, then they, the “masters of the world“, may add masters of coincidence and serendipity to their titles.

evil personified

Mr. Rothschild, I presume

The group that formed and controlled The Bank of England at the time of the Battle of Waterloo and fought President Andrew Jackson are the same group, through posterity, that today control through holdings and investments over 50% of the world’s wealth.

Their descendants go by many different names in an attempt to avoid findings of collusion, although the most prominent of the family names is Rothschild. With the inclusion of the Rockefellers, the Carnegies and many other billionaire and lesser millionaire groups, they have become infamously known as the “Eighth Circle“.

While the overall goals and intentions of the Eighth Circle may not be perfectly clear, their penchant for mischief is undeniable. And their lust for power is insatiable.

Published by Jon Collins

Seeking the truth beyond the story and the story behind the truth.

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