Now that America is undergoing a blitzkrieg of reforms which are sending the Khazarians in panic, will the Eurozone be the Global Reformists’ next focus? Continue reading Bringing Down the Khazarian Project, Germany-Controlled European Union
Previously, it was the European Central Bank [ECB] that’s in the news for allegedly preparing for a possible Greece exit from the Eurozone. Now, it’s Germany Deutsche Bank’s turn to hit the news for having explored the inevitable UK exit from the EU.
Both China and Iran have jailed and hung a number of bankers for multi-billion fraud already. The United States has yet to prick the nose of one banker involved in at least $16 Trillion covert bailout scandal that has affected the quality of social services in the country.
Thanks, Karen, for the title 😉
First, there was too much hype about prosperity funds, NESARA, St. Germain Trust, etc. Then it was the turn for Council on Foreign Relations [CFR] suggesting outright distribution of paper money to the masses.
A Gambino was suicided last October 20th. He happened to be a Deutsche Bank regulatory lawyer.
Deutsche Bank lawyer found dead by suicide in New York
The monetary based economic system is showing its weakness. The seemingly endless printing of paper assets just cannot be sustained anymore.
In the end, they’re just pieces of paper decorated with fancy inkworks and nothing more.
Deutsche Bank Just Released A 104-Page Report On What May Be The World’s Last Mega-Bubble
While we can celebrate the ongoing funeral of the worthless paper currency, we can’t help but wonder if promises of better economic conditions will come after China, Russia and Germany formally agree to work together on turning the planet greener.
Back in 2009, an Examiner article exposed a glimpse of what China and Germany are collaborating on:
Although the real significance of these assets is just the same as the value of the paper they are printed on, still the damage inflicted upon the masses, of which the fiat financial system serves as the control mechanism to the access of all the essentials for one’s survival, is immensely immeasurable. Continue reading Rothschild’s $100 Trillion Empire