The dictatorship of finance aims to seize control of all the nations within the EU. For decades, people derided as cranks have claimed to see a conspiracy at work. Now, it is out in the open.
If you live in Europe and are not familiar with the name Mario Draghi, it's about time you were. He took over the Presidency of the European Central Bank last year on an annual salary of £290.612. Nice work if you can get it, but what does he do to earn that?
Banking is essentially a combination of book-keeping and strong-rooming. If you are one of those gullible people who still believes banks lend money, please refer to this short primer.
Like the Bank of England, the European Central Bank aims to keep inflation at 2%. Like the Bank of England, it doesn't have much success with anything it does. Even so, it wants even more powers over us. Yesterday, BBC Radio reported that Mario Draghi wants the power to veto (read control) the national budgets of all its subject nations. In other words, we in Britain - and everywhere else in Europe - should have the power removed from our own governments and given to foreigners, not simply foreigners but unaccountable ones above and beyond the reach of our law. [You can read Draghi's version here].
The British Government is in theory accountable to us, and if we don't like what David Cameron or anyone else does, we can at least vote them out every five years, and express our displeasure in other ways. If Draghi and his clowns are given (or seize) this power, they will be able to do whatever they like.
“Does he, and do his colleagues, realise that half a dozen men at the top of the five big banks could upset the whole fabric of Government finance by refraining from renewing Treasury bills?”
The above warning was directed at the Government of David Lloyd George in September 1921! Now, if Draghi gets his way, it won't be our own banksters who decide how much credit is created or not, but him. Let's put this another way. You may care passionately about people dying in the Middle East conflict, or about the hurricane victims on the American East Coast, but at the end of the day, it's the people around you you care about: your own family, your own town, your own country. Local people can see what is going on and what needs to be done; imagine if there were no local government, and Westminster, or in the United States, Washington decided everything your local police, hospitals or refuse collectors could do and when and how they could do it. What quality of life would you have?
Now imagine control of your nation's purse strings being removed to Brussels or even further. These people don't and won't care if you prosper, if you starve, if you live or die, as long as the books are balanced to their satisfaction under a system of irredeemable debt that they control.
Draghi is an Italian, but no one in Italy should take any comfort from that; these people have no loyalty or consideration except to themselves. Nor should anyone be duped into believing his is a lone voice; heck, can't you literally hear them licking their chops with glee, salivating at the mere thought of carving up Europe and then later the world at their caprice?
We have already seen and are seeing the imposition of so-called austerity in Greece, Spain, the UK and elsewhere. If you think what you've seen so far is bad, wait until they really put the boot in. There is though and will be no austerity for Mario Draghi and his fellow insiders on their telephone number salaries.
David Cameron has already shown he can stand up to the banksters and the European Parliament, now everybody else must show they can do the same by saying no to austerity, and no to the dictatorship of finance.
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