Like war, terrorism is a big business

By Odilim Enwegbara

As far back as the Venetian Empire, international bankers recognized that lending to governments or monarchs to start or continue a war was more profitable than any other banking business. Not only more profitable because war interest rates were determined by bankers themselves. But also more profitable because such state backed loans backed could either tax citizens to guarantee their repayments or bankers could confiscate the wealth of the state.To rise from a German ghetto to a global banking dynasty, the Rothschilds adopted the strategy of orchestrating and financing European wars, including financing both sides of the Napoleonic Wars, as well as toppling, assassinating, and propping up kings and monarchs to their banking family advantage.To always profit handsomely from wars, besides charging excessive interest rates, the Rothschilds almost always insisted on the state handing them a large portion of its gold.

As soon as the United States of America was born, the Rothschilds discovered how big business orchestrating the ‘Second War of American Independence June 1812 could be. Helping the US defeat England in this war, in return, Congress handed Rothschilds’ proteges the charter of the Second Bank of the United State, which the family badly needed in order to fully control the US economy.

Unfortunately, the Rothschilds ran out of luck with Andrew Jackson, an arch-nationalist, anti-Rothschild banking dynasty, being president the time of the recharter of the bank. President Jackson, in an effort to dismantle their immerse powers in the US, not only vetoed the bill to recharter the bank in 1832. He also went as far as repaying national debts, mostly owed to the Rothschilds. In fierce anger, they sent an assassin after him, whose misfiring pistols failed to assassinate Jackson on January 30, 1835.

Fifty years later, the Rothschilds fomented America’s bloodiest Civil War (1862-1865). They instigated seven Southern cotton-growing slave states against Northern state. But here the Rothschilds met their Waterloo. President Lincoln, an arch-nationalist refused borrowing from the Rothschilds and their City of London banks to finance the civil war. Making sure no external debts were incurred, Lincoln instructed his Treasury Secretary, Salmon Chase to finance the war by printing state paper currency, the greenbacks.

Lincoln became the gang’s enemy to be eliminated at all costs. And his assassination on April 14, 1865 (five days after the civil war ended) by John Wilkes Booth confirmed that.

Describing the Rothschilds in 1835 as the holders of the keys to peace and war in Europe, ‘The Nile’s Weekly Newspaper’ wrote: ”The Rothschilds are the wonders of modern banking…peering above kings, rising higher than emperors, and holding a whole continent in the hollow of their hands…not a cabinet moves without their advice.”

Detailing in a 1893 book about how these international banking family operated as the supreme financiers of wars for their financial gains, a renowned German author, Friedrich von Scherb, wrote, ”The House of Rothschild has arisen from the quarrels between states, has become great and mighty from wars. The misfortune of states and peoples has been its fortune.”
Adopted Rothschilds’ unscrupulous and amoral behavior, J.P. Morgan and John D. Rockefeller rose to prominence in the US in the late 19th century, orchestrated and manipulated financial panics and market crashes in their ruthless centralization of wealth within the two families. By early 20th century, the Morgan and the Rockefeller dynasties wanted to consolidate their financial and industrial powers also in Europe and the world.

Having perfect this art of instigating and financing wars, they decided to ignite two deadliest world wars in European, which not only brought powerful European economies on their knees, but also turned the once powerful creditor nations to America to slavish debtors to America.

Speaking how the First World War (1914-1918) was shifting the world’s economic powers from Europe to America, Thomas W. Lamont, a partner in J.P. Morgan, told his American Academy of Political and Social Science audience in Philadelphia, ”We are turning from a debtor into a creditor…We are piling

up a prodigious export trade balance…So heavy have been the war orders running into the hundreds of millions of dollars that now their effect is beginning to spread to general business…

”If…the war should come to an end in the near future…we should probably find Germany, whose export trade is now almost wholly cut off, swinging back into keen competition very promptly…If the war continues long enough to encourage us to take such a position, then inevitably we would become a creditor instead of a debtor nation, and such a development, sooner or later, would tend to bring about the dollar, instead of the pound sterling, as the international basis of exchange.”

Truly, besides ruining the entire European economies, WWI cost Europe so much that by the time the European Allied Powers (Britain, France and Italy) signed the armistice with Germany on November 11, 1918, the Morgan-led Wall Street Money Trust had lent the Allied Powers alone $9.386bn with Britain owning $4.136bn and France $2.293bn. Money, which rather than going to London or Paris, went directly into procurement of war supplies from US industries tied to either the Morgans or the Rockefellers.

Since allowing the European economies to recover from the WWI ruins could stand on the way of realizing the Morgan-Rockefeller worldwide hegemony, inflicting more bruises on these European economies became the next game for Wall Street bankers who insisted that Washington demanded that France, Britain and Italy repaid their war loans not in pounds or gold but in dollars. Insisting on dollars made it easier to plunder these countries’ gold reserves since Wall Street fixed the gold-dollar exchange.

As if not enough damage, the Money Trust also demanded Washington to enact tough protective tariffs, starting with the Fordney-McCumber Act of 1922 and later the Smoot-Hawley Tariff of 1930. Both, notoriously raising US import barriers to an all-time high, blocked these European countries from using cheap exports to the US for their war economic recovery.

With such distortion of the structures of global financial system along with the distortion of global trade and commerce fundamentals, gradually New York began to replace City of London as the world’s financial capital along with the US indisputably the world’s largest industrial economy.

The irreversibility of these gains made Morgan-Rockefeller Money Trust to waste no time in planning the bloodiest war in Europe, the Second World War. Quickening this war that should officially confirm the American Empire to replace British Empire, the process required propping up war mongers in both Germany and Britain — the two countries that needed to be fully defeated in Europe.

Now the new leader of Wall Street Money Trust with the Glass-Steagall Act of 1933 limited their rival, the J.P. Morgan to investment banking alone, the Rockefellers were swift not only in financing the rise of the Hitler’s Nazi Third Reich to power. Investing hugely in the modernization of German military-industrial-complex was equally done to raise new fears and new arms race across Europe, needed to precipitate WWII.

Soon, confident Adolf Hitler came up with his ‘Neue Ordnung,’ designed to create a single European economic sphere with Berlin the financial center of this New European Order. And else should cause than soon triggering this deadliest WWII (1939-1945)?

Not only did WWII wipe out German and Britain economies. With the Bretton Woods handing dollar the de facto power as world’s reserve currency, WWII finally handed the US (and by extension the Rockefellers) the kind of imperial powers, not even Roman Empire had.

Maintaining a divided and conquered in Eurasia, the Rockefellers needed to create the ‘Cold War.’ A war in perpetuity between US and Soviet Union constantly scaring and deceiving the American taxpayers, for decades the American people and the rest of the world picked huge military bills from the Rockefeller-led military-industrial-complex.

Also the Rockefeller moles controlling Pentagon and the State Department were equally busy manufacturing crises around the world, including civil wars, propping up dictators, assassinating presidents and heads of state, all in Rockefeller’s interests.

The end of the Cold War on December 25, 1991 with the disestablishment of Gorbachev’s Soviet Union was badly needed in order to face the rising China. With that, the Rockefellers have gone full-time in the business of economic and financial intimidation, including the export of financial panics and market crashes around the world.

By Odilim Enwegbara

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