Thursday, 8 August 2002

The Big Picture

It is bad enough that the world is being pulverised into grinding poverty. But there is a much bigger story .......
New World Order, by Aida Parker
August 8, 2002

It is bad enough that the world is being pulverised into grinding poverty. But there is a much bigger story here. First, let's look at some relevant quotes:

  • As Frederic Morton wrote in the preface to The Rothschilds "Someone once said that the Wealth of the Rothschilds consists of the bankruptcy of nations.

  • In his The Empire of the City E C, Knuth wrote: "The fact that the House of Rothschilds made its money in the great crashes of history and the great wars of history, the very periods when others lost their money, is beyond question.”

  • US President Andrew Jackson, the only US President (1839/47) to totally abolish the National Debt, condemned the international bankers as "A den of vipers," one which he was determined to root out of American life. Jackson claimed that if the American people only understood how these "vipers" operate on the American scene, "there would be a revolution before morning.

  • Many years later President Woodrow Wilson made another revealing statement. "Some of the biggest men in the US, in the fields of commerce and manufacturing know that there is a power so organised, so subtler so complete, so pernicious, that they had better not speak above their breath in condemnation of it."

Wilson was of course referring to the elitists, the insiders, the Globalists seeking a One World Order. For many years even talk of such an Insider conspiracy was dismissed as laughable. Not many people are laughing now. Right now we are seeing the truth of it all in Asia, Russia and Latin America.

The Rothschilds, the Rockefellers and many others in the international banking system and the big multinationals, the Insiders who support the New World Order, have huge influence with the IMF and World Bank.

It is certainly no secret that the IMF, by deliberately and persistently providing incredibly bad advice in all these distressed areas, played a major role in precipitating the ongoing global currency crisis.

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