All animals are equal – but some are more equal than others /George Orwell, Animal Farm)
Active Post 25 May 2016: The Anonymous hacker group has recently taken offline the World Bank, the New York Stock Exchange, five U.S. Federal Reserve Banks and the Vatican.
Anonymous´s press release explained the intention behind the operation:
We would just like to make it very clear that all targets of #OpIcarus have beenRothschild and BIS central owned banks. The banks have been getting away with murder, fraud, conspiracy, war profiteering, money laundering for terrorists and drug cartels, have put millions of people out on the street without food or shelter and have successfully bought all our governments to help keep us silenced. We represent the voice of the voiceless. Anonymous has now taken down some of the most prestigious institutions in global governance.
Veterans Today 14 May 2016: Bribery and corruption cost the world economy as much as US$2 trillion every year. A new report by the International Monetary Fund says the money lost to corruption every year is 2% of the global GDP.
When it comes to corruption, IMF´s chief Christine Lagarde is on her homeground: The Guardian 17 Dec. 2015Christine Lagarde, managing director of the International Monetary Fund, is to stand trial in France over a multimillion-euro government payment to a controversial tycoon who supported former president Nicolas Sarkozy.
Lagarde, at the time Sarkozy’s finance minister, referred the long-running case to arbitration and signed off the payout.
Here are some of the things the IMF gets immunity from according to their Articles of Agreement:
Section 3. Immunity from judicial process The Fund, its property and its assets, wherever located and by whomsoever held, shall enjoy immunity from every form of judicial process except to the extent that it expressly waives its immunity for the purpose of any proceedings or by the terms of any contract.
Section 4. Immunity from other action Property and assets of the Fund, wherever located and by whomsoever held, shall be immune from search, requisition, confiscation, expropriation, or any other form of seizure by executive or legislative action.
Section 5. Immunity of archives
The archives of the Fund shall be inviolable.
For those of us who are awake to the hidden agenda that is going down world wide, this statement from Christine Lagarde of the IMF comes as no surprise really. We already know for instance that the banking fraternity (including the British royal family) profits greatly from wars that have been fomented for centuries by the Rothschilds, who gaily and shamelessly profiteer by funding both sides and boast about it.
Shamelessly too in terms of who they expunge from the planet be they innocent children or whomever. As Madeleine Albright said in her infamous statement ‘it is worth it’ – worth it to kill and maim 500,000 innocent Iraqi kids. And shameless in terms of the military whom they experiment on endlessly, casting them aside when their usefulness has come to an end. As Major General Smedley Butler informed us decades ago … ‘war is a racket’. These are the kinds of people who can make statements like the above about their banking activity, with ne’er the bat of an eyelid, their consciences (if ever they did have one) long hardened to the fact that this is actually not right. This is the nature of corporations – they are soulless – psychopathic entities, totally void of empathy.
We have here the outright admission though (for those who are too blind to have seen all previous pointers to this) that they actually profit from economic recession. That they in fact desirerecession. They desirewars. Now how warped and twisted is that? To want to unleash poverty and death upon one’s fellow human beings? Particularlyupon children. Note, they were not doing so well in 2006 and 7 says Lagarde, that was put right for them, or perhaps by them, with the 2008 recession.
“Financial panics are scientifically created”
Congressman Charles Lindbergh of Minnesota (1920)
It is true what was stated long ago by successive prominent people in government … Willard Cantelon lists many of their statements in ‘The Day the Dollar Dies’ (1973) – a warning to all:
“I’m afraid that the ordinary citizen will not like to be told that the banks can and do create money, and they who control the credit of a nation direct the policy of the government and hold in the hollow of their hands, the destiny of the people”
Reginald McKenna, Chancellor of England’s Exchequer (1924)
“The Governor of the Bank of England must be the autocrat who dictates the terms upon which alone the government can obtain money”
Sir Drummond Fraser, vice-president of the Inst of Bankers (1924)
“The government … in the matters of finance was to leave the money power supreme and unquestioned”
Lord Gladstone, Chancellor of Britain’s Exchequer (1852)
“He who controls the money of a nation controls the nation”
US President James Garfield (1881)
“You see, gentlemen, who owns the United States”
Vice-President John Garner (1933) (referring to international bankers)
“Give me control over a nation’s economy, and I care not who writes its laws”
Meyer Amschel Rothschild
“Money plays the largest part in determining the course of history”
And when these scientifically created panics happen, we know from history that many folk commit suicide. Peoples’ hard earned life savings are pitched straight down the proverbial drain … more accurately … straight into a banker’s pockets. And these vermin continue to escape penalty, with blood on their hands.
When we wrote earlier that based on a leaked Wikileaks transcript, which the Greek government interpreted “as revealing an IMF effort to blackmail Athens with a possible credit event to force it to give in on pension cuts which it has rejected“, the article promptly went viral. While it remains to be determined if the IMF indeed made such an implied threat, we attribute this spike in interest to the general public’s surprise that the IMF could stoop to such a low, even by its own standards, level as to use a nation of 11 million people as a lab rat on which to conduct policy experiments.
She added that “when the world goes well and we’ve had years of growth, as was the case back in 2006 and 2007, the IMF doesn’t do so well both financially and otherwise”
It goes without saying that Lagarde’s sole prerogative as the managing director of the IMF is to make sure it “does well.”
She concluded by saying that “we need to be able to invent and reinvent ourselves in many ways.” One such client-facing “reinvention” just happened to be caught on tape.
Here is the key section:
Knowledge@Wharton: Of all the things that you do here, what are you most passionate about? What would you really like to make sure happens? It could be a small thing, it could be a large thing. What is it that really has your heart?
Lagarde: That’s complicated. I think it’s this issue of relevance … that is of real concern to me. You see, this is a very fascinating institution because it’s completely counter-cyclical. When the world around the IMF goes downhill,