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It’s Time To Occupy Central Banks, Not Wall Street

Written by The Informed Aussie
Published on Thursday, January 24th, 2013
Globalist Report

It is now time to begin occupying Central Banks, not Wall Street. Central Banks and global banking cartels have destroyed virtually all western economies and have NOT suffered the consequences of their failures.

Some would argue that the most recent global financial crisis was caused by a failure of capitalism, lack of regulation and greed.

However, the truth of the matter is that Central Banks and global banking cartels are the real villains and are directly responsible for the demise of the western world. 

  • Ooden

    ===OOOO===

    This dialogue in the video …by Daniel Hannan is
    incredibly “spot-on” with the analysis of today’s Financial and
    Economic Chaos ….supposedly called the “Failure of Capitalism.” And
    as for the George Soros’ backed “Occupy Wall Street movement,” …a
    violent and clueless activist-group against hapless “Capitalism,” ….they
    simply affront the wrong-target — “Wall Street.” They should
    vehemently-lobby the Banksters…! Namely; central banks—the U.S. Federal
    Reserve, the Bank of England, the European Central Bank, and now the Bank of
    Japan. They (Banksters) …dupe us with “un-limited” printing of money.
    It is they …. the “Occupy movement” should tackle, …not Capitalism.

    Here is a response-excerpt from a friend, …to
    whom I had posted this web-page Report including its video-link. I could not
    have worded it more precisely, hence the “copy and paste,” …to post
    it right-here, …into the Comments section.

    ~Ooden

    Qld. Aust.

    ===

    Excerpt from R.D. Starts Here—>

    ” He [Daniel Hannan]
    really calls it.

    When the banks were given the right to effectively
    print money through giving out loans, it required a level of responsibility in
    managing that. Loans are not from
    people’s savings. They are over 90%
    created money. And now, the bank’s
    irresponsibility has shown itself. The
    aim is that the created money in loans are, in effect, an overdraft in the
    person’s account, that must be re-paid over time, with the interest paying the
    bank’s overheads. Once repaid, the
    overdraft is nullified. However, if the
    overdraft is not repaid, the bank must come good with the required money. And of course, the banks can’t, with so many
    of these no-doc loans, so the gov’t has done it instead, and the good old
    taxpayer will foot the bill.

    What gets me is that no banker in America has been
    brought to task in all this. Why? Irresponsible behaviour in any other field
    has its consequences. Why not here? As the man [Daniel Hannan] says, the wrong
    people to ask about how to resolve it were the bankers. Of course they responded with “bail us
    out”. And all this simply is a
    foreshadow of a repeat performance in the future. We have not learnt from it at all….”

    ~RD (Qld.)

    RD certainly and accurately …puts it plain and
    simple…

    ===OOOO===

    This dialogue in the video …by Daniel Hannan is
    incredibly “spot-on” with the analysis of today’s Financial and
    Economic Chaos ….supposedly called the “Failure of Capitalism.” And
    as for the George Soros’ backed “Occupy Wall Street movement,” …a
    violent and clueless activist-group against hapless “Capitalism,” ….they
    simply affront the wrong-target — “Wall Street.” They should
    vehemently-lobby the Banksters…! Namely; central banks—the U.S. Federal
    Reserve, the Bank of England, the European Central Bank, and now the Bank of
    Japan. They (Banksters) …dupe us with “un-limited” printing of money.
    It is they …. the “Occupy movement” should tackle, …not Capitalism.

    Here is a response-excerpt from a friend, …to
    whom I had posted this web-page Report including its video-link. I could not
    have worded it more precisely, hence the “copy and paste,” …to post
    it right-here, …into the Comments section.

    ~Ooden

    Qld. Aust.

    ===

    Excerpt from R.D. Starts Here—>

    ” He [Daniel Hannan]
    really calls it.

    When the banks were given the right to effectively
    print money through giving out loans, it required a level of responsibility in
    managing that. Loans are not from
    people’s savings. They are over 90%
    created money. And now, the bank’s
    irresponsibility has shown itself. The
    aim is that the created money in loans are, in effect, an overdraft in the
    person’s account, that must be re-paid over time, with the interest paying the
    bank’s overheads. Once repaid, the
    overdraft is nullified. However, if the
    overdraft is not repaid, the bank must come good with the required money. And of course, the banks can’t, with so many
    of these no-doc loans, so the gov’t has done it instead, and the good old
    taxpayer will foot the bill.

    What gets me is that no banker in America has been
    brought to task in all this. Why? Irresponsible behaviour in any other field
    has its consequences. Why not here? As the man [Daniel Hannan] says, the wrong
    people to ask about how to resolve it were the bankers. Of course they responded with “bail us
    out”. And all this simply is a
    foreshadow of a repeat performance in the future. We have not learnt from it at all….”

    ~RD (Qld.)

    RD certainly and accurately …puts it plain and
    simple… yet the financial juggernaut limbers-on …un-abated, and
    “Capitalism” is conveniently blamed, and destined to be evicted out
    from our post-modern society and destroyed
    by cultivating Globalists, ….an outworking by Banksters, governments and including
    …duped, bewitched lobby-activist groups …thwarted by orchestrated-deception.

    ~Ooden

    ===OOOO===

    outworking by Banksters, governments and including
    …duped, bewitched lobby-activist groups …thwarted by orchestrated-deception.

    ~Ooden

    ===OOOO===

    • pookieamos

      Nice job….

  • Ooden

    ===OOOO===

    This dialogue in the video …by Daniel Hannan is
    incredibly “spot-on” with the analysis of today’s Financial and
    Economic Chaos ….supposedly called the “Failure of Capitalism.” And
    as for the George Soros’ backed “Occupy Wall Street movement,” …a
    violent and clueless activist-group against hapless “Capitalism,” ….they
    simply affront the wrong-target — “Wall Street.” They should
    vehemently-lobby the Banksters…! Namely; central banks—the U.S. Federal
    Reserve, the Bank of England, the European Central Bank, and now the Bank of
    Japan. They (Banksters) …dupe us with “un-limited” printing of money.
    It is they …. the “Occupy movement” should tackle, …not Capitalism.

    Here is a response-excerpt from a friend, …to
    whom I had posted this web-page Report including its video-link. I could not
    have worded it more precisely, hence the “copy and paste,” …to post
    it right-here, …into the Comments section.

    ~Ooden

    Qld. Aust.

    ===

    Excerpt from R.D. Starts Here—>

    ” He [Daniel Hannan]
    really calls it.

    When the banks were given the right to effectively
    print money through giving out loans, it required a level of responsibility in
    managing that. Loans are not from
    people’s savings. They are over 90%
    created money. And now, the bank’s
    irresponsibility has shown itself. The
    aim is that the created money in loans are, in effect, an overdraft in the
    person’s account, that must be re-paid over time, with the interest paying the
    bank’s overheads. Once repaid, the
    overdraft is nullified. However, if the
    overdraft is not repaid, the bank must come good with the required money. And of course, the banks can’t, with so many
    of these no-doc loans, so the gov’t has done it instead, and the good old
    taxpayer will foot the bill.

    What gets me is that no banker in America has been
    brought to task in all this. Why? Irresponsible behaviour in any other field
    has its consequences. Why not here? As the man [Daniel Hannan] says, the wrong
    people to ask about how to resolve it were the bankers. Of course they responded with “bail us
    out”. And all this simply is a
    foreshadow of a repeat performance in the future. We have not learnt from it at all….”

    ~RD (Qld.)

    RD certainly and accurately …puts it plain and
    simple… yet the financial juggernaut limbers-on …un-abated, and
    “Capitalism” is conveniently blamed, and destined to be evicted out
    from our post-modern society and destroyed
    by cultivating Globalists, ….an outworking by Banksters, governments and including
    …duped, bewitched lobby-activist groups …thwarted by orchestrated-deception.

    ~Ooden

    ===OOOO===

  • http://www.facebook.com/elizabeth.wesley.37 Elizabeth Wesley

    Why doesn’t he say the federal reserve has no business exixting and that it and many of the big banks are run by jews. They get rich on the backs of the masses. Banks as well as media, motion pictures and so many areas that influence the mind are run by jews so that bit of truth kind of puts things into perspective. Regulation means nothing if you are above the law so get real and tell it like it is !!!