Our researches have first shown that Western history is wrought or weaved since 17th c. by the interweaving of three rising movements :
- sabbateanism and frankism - studied through history of religion, moral philosophy and sociology ;
- development of deep states and their secret transnational relations - studied through political science, computer science and geopolitics ;
- haute (international) finance and central banking - studied through political science, history, sociology and geoeconomics.
Central banking has grown at the expense of the people’s rights
“A theft of greater magnitude and still more ruinous, is the making of paper money; it is greater because in this money there is absolutely no real value; it is more ruinous because by its gradual depreciation during the time of its existence, it produces the effect which would be proration of the coins. All those iniquities are founded on the false idea the money is but a sign.” - Count Destutt de Tracy, 1754-1836.
The object was to withhold from finance the power to embarrass the Government as it had embarrassed the Government of Louis XVI. “When a Government,” Bonaparte declared, “is dependent for money upon bankers, they and not the leaders of that Government control the situation, since “the hand that gives is above the hand that takes” ”. He did not allow anyone to forget the shipments of gold to England organized by Barras at the expense of the army of Italy, and at a moment when France was denuded of metallic currency. “Money,” he declared, “has no motherland; financiers are without patriotism and without decency: their sole object is gain.” "
Source: Wilson, R. McNair, Monarchy or Money Power, London: Eyre and Spottiswoode (1933). Reprinted as God and the Goldsmiths, Hawthorne, Calif.: Omni Publications (1961).
"La main qui donne est au-dessus de celle qui reçoit" est un dicton italien, cité par Bonaparte pendant la première campagne d'Italie pour souligner la dépendance pécuniaire du Directoire envers l'armée d'Italie qui lui procura des millions et des trésors, butin des pays conquis.
Source: Lucian S. Regenbogen, Napoléon a dit : aphorismes, citations et opinions, Paris: Les Belles lettres (1996).
“La banque envisagée ainsi devient toute une politique, elle exige une tête puissante, et porte alors un homme bien trempé à se mettre au-dessus des lois de la probité dans lesquelles il se trouve à l'étroit.
– Tu as raison, mon fils, dit Blondet. Mais nous seuls, nous comprenons que c'est alors la guerre portée dans le monde de l'argent. Le banquier est un conquérant qui sacrifie des masses pour arriver à des résultats cachés; ses soldats sont les intérêts des particuliers, il a ses stratagèmes à combiner, ses embuscades à tendre, ses partisans à lancer, ses villes à prendre. La plupart de ces hommes sont si contigus à la politique, qu'ils finissent par s'en mêler, et leurs fortunes y succombent. [...] Dans chaque siècle, il se trouve un banquier de fortune colossale qui ne laisse ni fortune ni successeur. [...] La Banque est comme le Temps, elle dévore ses enfants. Pour pouvoir subsister, le banquier doit devenir noble, fonder une dynastie comme les prêteurs de Charles-Quint, les Fugger, créés princes de Babenhausen, et qui existent encore... dans l'almanach de Gotha.” – Honoré de Balzac, La Haute Banque. La maison Nucingen, roman, 1838, Pp 17.
“In the present critical stage of American development I would call your attention to the following maxim of the " money lenders " of the Old World : "Let us control the money of a country, and we care not who makes its laws." Those who favor the continuance of banks of issue in this country are to be classified in history with John Sherman and Nelson W. Aldrich and the money power.”
"Let us control the money of a country and we care not who makes its laws." This is the maxim of the house of Rothschilds, and is the foundation principle of European banks.
“I have never seen more Senators express discontent with their jobs….I think the major cause is that, deep down in our hearts, we have been accomplices in doing something terrible and unforgivable to our wonderful country. Deep down in our heart, we know that we have given our children a legacy of bankruptcy. We have defrauded our country to get ourselves elected.” - Senator John Danforth, circa 1980.
“it’s not a conspiracy theory. It’s a conspiracy reality. These organizations–the Bilderbergers, the Trilateral Commission, the Council on Foreign Relations, Bohemian Grove–they’re not the power centers of anything really. They’ve had an important role to play in the past, especially Bilderbergers, but much less so today as its role has been diminished. Today these organizations, they’re basically conveyor belts of opportunities. The real decision making process is done at a much higher level. That said, it’s an important medium-sized organization where a lot of important decision making processes are debated and passed on to higher organizations, higher entities, to where these debates are put together into a concrete policy initiative.”
- Valentin KATASONOV, Anglo-American Money Owners Organized World War II, 2015 (Part I, Part II, traduction en français);
- Nomi Prins, All the Presidents' Bankers: The Hidden Alliances That Drive American Power, 2013;
- We, the Sheeple v. the Banksters, 2011;
- Michael A. Kirchubel, Vile Acts of Evil - Volume 1 - Banking in America, 2009;
- Donald G. Lett Jr, Phoenix Rising: The Rise and Fall of the American Republic, 2008;
- Youssef Cassis, Capitals of Capital - The rise and fall of international financial centres 1780-2009 (2006, first edition);
- Pr. Antony C. Sutton, Wall Street and FDR (1976); Wall Street and the Rise of Hitler (1976) ;