Tuesday, December 15, 2009

Usurocracy unchallenged

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(4) The fourth period covers the twelve years of Jackson (eight) and Van Buren (four), but the decade of 1830-40 has disappeared from the school-books. The public knows, and school-children get taught, that Jackson killed a few Redskins, chewed tobacco, and beat the English at New Orleans, after the peace of Ghent, but before news of its signing had arrived. This military victory of the Hero of New Orleans was nevertheless of service to America, for no one will be so ingenuous as to suppose that London would have observed the treaty had the British forces won the battle.But the real war was the war between the bank and the people, waged and won for the people by Jackson and Van Buren This 4th period of American History is almost erased from our history, 1830-1840, and we are given the Jacksonian portrait of the hero of New Orleans. His military victory served the US well ,and the Peace of Ghent was observed by London on the basis of this victory over the British.

During the pre-war phase the debates in Congress reveal an extremely penetrating perception on the part of the more intelligent members. But after Lincoln’s death discussions lost much of their clarity. The indebtedness of the South to the City of New York took second place. The subject lost its news value. Usurocracy had discovered that the slave-owning system was less profitable than that of “free” labour. Anyone who possessed a slave had to keep him alive and in a fit condition to work. This cost more than “free” labour, in respect of which, under the capitalist system, the employer had no responsibility whatsoever. The defeat of the slave owners was already determined, predetermined. Some penetrating insights are offered here as to thwe triumph of usorocracy,namely the "prearranged defeat of the slaveowners",and their system was less profitable than free labour ,the employer, under the free system, had no responsibility for the moral or physical condition of laborers.

As for the system which allowed the national money of the U.S.A. to be controlled by “finance,” namely the usurocracy which was then established in London, it is summed up in a letter, dated 25 June, 1863, from the Rothschild firm in London to the firm of Ikleheimer, Morton & Van der Gould in New York, containing the following words : “Very few people“will understand this. Those who do will be occupied“getting profits. The general public will probably not“see it’s against their interest.” QUOTE The London based usorocracy is summed up in a letter from Rothschild .The Comte de Vergennes had every reason to say to John Adams that the newspapers ruled the world. John Adams’s great-grandson had every reason to write that after Waterloo the power of the usurers met with no serious defeat.[11]

The insiders with understanding were hushed and amassing profits.

The first serious attempt against them, after Lincoln’s, began with the Fascist Revolution, to be reaffirmed by the formation of the Rome-Berlin Axis. QUOTE

The heroic stance alluded to by Pound of the Fascist revolution and its reaffirmation by the Rome-Berlin Axis, is a false and blatant reading of history.

A book like D.R. Dewey’s Financial History of the United States contains an enormous quantity of incontrovertible facts, but omits those which are really relevant and revealing. The real truth of the power of usurocracy is obtainable only after a laborious searchof material that unmasks usury and its truthful role and is a matter of great patience in unearthing this material.







Subsequent Betrayals
For a clearer understanding, American history may
be divided into the following periods.
(1) The Colonial period up to the
suppression of the paper money in 1750.
(2) Preparation for the break with
England of 1776.
“The revolution,” said John Adams, “took place in the minds
of the people during the sixteen years preceding the battle of Lexington.[8]
(3)
Formation and organization of the new order, culminating in the struggle between
Hamilton (for the bankers) and Jefferson (for “Democracy”).
It must be
admitted that Washington came under Hamilton’s influence. John Adams, the
second President, held the high office for only four years. Jefferson
ruled for eight years as President, and for a further sixteen during which he
guided his successors. Next came Madison, eight years, Monroe, eight
years, and then Adams’s son for only four years, like his father before
him.
(4) The fourth period covers the twelve years of Jackson (eight) and Van
Buren (four), but the decade of 1830-40 has disappeared from the
school-books. The public knows, and school-children get taught, that
Jackson killed a few Redskins, chewed tobacco, and beat the English at New
Orleans, after the peace of Ghent, but before news of its signing had
arrived. This military victory of the Hero of New Orleans was nevertheless
of service to America, for no one will be so ingenuous as to suppose that London
would have observed the treaty had the British forces won the battle.
But the
real war was the war between the bank and the people, waged and won for the
people by Jackson and Van Buren.
This is the fact that explains the silence
of “history” and the small respect paid to Van Buren throughout the whole period
of American decadence, which dates from Lincoln’s assassination.
Usurocracy,
defeated by the operations of Jackson and Van Buren, next directed its beam of
obfuscation onto the question of negro slavery, or “chattel slavery,” as it was
called. The dramatic and sentimental possibilities of this problem were
far superior to those immediately visible in the bank struggle.
During the
pre-war phase the debates in Congress reveal an extremely penetrating perception
on the part of the more intelligent members. But after Lincoln’s death
discussions lost much of their clarity. The indebtedness of the South to
the City of New York took second place. The subject lost its news
value.
Usurocracy had discovered that the slave-owning system was less
profitable than that of “free” labour. Anyone who possessed a slave had to
keep him alive and in a fit condition to work. This cost more than “free”
labour, in respect of which, under the capitalist system, the employer had no
responsibility whatsoever. The defeat of the slave owners was already
determined, predetermined.
Civil and Uncivil
Perhaps the elements of
“conscience” and “idealism” never played so important a part in the preparation
of a war as in the present instance. The problem of mass emotion is not a
mathematical or a monetary problem, but when the passions of the multitude are
aroused certain banking elements set about to exploit the situation.
The aim
of the Civil War was unmasked in an issue of the Hazard Circular in 1862
:
The great debt that (our friends the) capitalists (of Europe) will see to
it is made out of the war must be used to control the volume of money. ... It
will not do to allow the greenback, as it is called, to circulate ... for we
cannot control (their issue and circulation).[9]
As
for the system which allowed the national money of the U.S.A. to be controlled
by “finance,” namely the usurocracy which was then established in London, it is
summed up in a letter, dated 25 June, 1863, from the Rothschild firm in London
to the firm of Ikleheimer, Morton & Van der Gould in New York, containing
the following words :
“Very few people“will understand this. Those who
do will be occupied“getting profits. The general public will probably
not“see it’s against their interest.”
[10]
This
opinion of the various Shermans, Rothschilds, etc., proved to be perfectly
right. The protests of the minority representatives in the United States,
and of various cranks elsewhere, have failed to overcome the power of the
usurers and of the international usurocratic press, including that of England,
France, and Italy.
The Comte de Vergennes had every reason to say to John
Adams that the newspapers ruled the world.
John Adams’s great-grandson had
every reason to write that after Waterloo the power of the usurers met with no
serious defeat
.[11]
The
first serious attempt against them, after Lincoln’s, began with the Fascist
Revolution, to be reaffirmed by the formation of the Rome-Berlin
Axis.
University textbooks, throughout the whole of the century of usury,
known as the nineteenth, were written to maintain the domination of usury and to
keep the professors in their chairs. A book like D.R. Dewey’s Financial
History of the United States contains an enormous quantity of incontrovertible
facts, but omits those which are really relevant and revealing.
These
cardinal facts, on which the whole problem turns, are only to be found in a few
pamphlets that slip through the controls, or in fundamental “works” in which
their discovery requires great patience on the part of the reader : a
hundred pages of reading-matter for three revealing lines.

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