International bankers live in fear.
Not of starvation, disease or war. These are the concerns of children in the Third World.
Bankers are terrified we might object to paying them billions each year in interest for money they create out of nothing, guaranteed by our taxes. (The Federal Reserve Board, a private cartel of mostly foreign banks, finagled this monopoly in 1913.)
The bankers are frightened that, like the homeless man's dog, we might say
"I can do this myself."
They are scared the government might go even further and "default" on trillions of make-believe "debt."
They are frightened of losing "control."
In order to sleep more soundly, the bankers have taken "steps."
These precautions help us to understand the world we live in, why it is becoming safer for bankers but less safe and more bizarre for everyone else.