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13,032.  Three financial families – the Rothschilds, Morgans and Rockefellers – all do the bidding of the Jesuit Order.  (Catholicism & New World Order & Finance & Jesuit)  Satanic Vatican

 

 

94,801.  Fiscal policy constitutes a long-term shift of resources to the wealthy.  The ‘staggering’ costs discussed by the federal auditors will be paid by the poor and the working class who have left out of the consumption binge that economists now blame for the clouds on the horizon, just as the taxpayer is called upon to bail out speculators hoping to profit from deregulation of the Savings and Loans institutions, and probably, before too long, the banks that reaped enormous profits by lending to the wealthy classes and neo-Nazi military rulers who took over much of Latin America with US backing from the early 1960s.  (Banksters & Money & Economics & Policy & United States & Finance & South America)  Noam Chomsky, Deterring Democracy

 

 

108,792.  Our financial system is running a doomsday cycle.  Noam Chomsky, Who Owns the World?  Resistance and Ways Forward, lecture University of Massachusetts at Amherst 27 September 2012  

 

 

24,766.  When the great monetary collapse hit Ferenginar, I was hundreds of light years away serving as a ship’s cook on a long-haul freighter.  I can’t tell you the heartbreak I suffered knowing that rampant inflation and currency devaluation were burning like wildfires through the lush financial foliage of my home.  (Star Trek & Economy & Money & Finance)  Star Trek: Deep Space Nine: Homefront s4e11, Quark to O’Brien & Bashir

 

 

28,972.  The real truth of the matter is, as you and I know, that a financial element in the larger centers has owned the government since the days of Andrew Jackson.  (United States & Government: Secret & New World Order & Finance)  Franklin D Roosevelt, 21st November 1933

 

 

120,611.  The powers of financial capitalism have a far-reaching aim: nothing less than to create a world system of financial control in private hands able to dominate the political system of each country and the world as a whole.  This system was to be controlled in a feudalist fashion by the central banks of the world acting in concert, by secret agreements arrived at in frequent private meetings and conferences.  (Civilisation & Society & Capitalism & New World Order & Finance & Banksters)  Carroll Quigley, Tragedy & Hope: A History of the World in Our Time, cover & p324   

 

35,926.  Restoration of the gold standard was not something which could be done by a mere act of government.  It was admitted even by the most ardent advocates of the gold standard that certain financial relationships would require adjustment before the gold standard could be restored.  There were three chief relationships involved.  There were (I) the problem of inflation, or the relationship between money and goods; (II) the problem of public debts, or the relationship between governmental income and expenditure; and (III) the problem of price parities, or the relationship between price levels of different countries.  (Civilisation & Society & Capitalism & Finance & Banksters & Gold)  ibid.  ch7    

 

41,988.  The structure of financial controls created by the tycoons of big banking and big business in the period 1880 to 1933 was of extraordinary complexity.  One business thief being built on another.  Both being allied with semi-independent associates.  The whole rearing upwards into two pinnacles of economic and financial power.  One centred in New York was headed by J P Morgan and company.  And the other in Ohio was headed by the Rockefeller Family.  When these two cooperated, as the generally did, they could influence the economic life of the country to a large degree and could almost control its political life, at least on the federal level.  In the United States it was inevitable that the international banking interests would attempt to establish the same kind of private monopoly over the money system that they had achieved in England, France, Germany, Italy and Switzerland.  The same formula would be used: make it look like a government operation but keep the control in private hands.  (Banksters & Capitalism & Business & Economics & Finance & Rockefeller)  ibid.  

 

 

41,673.  Fortunes are being accumulated in the UK on a scale we haven’t seen for a hundred years.  We’ve been told that the way the super-rich creates wealth makes all of us, well, a bit better off.  But does it?  This time around they’ve used new and different financial techniques to enrich themselves.  (Money & Finance & Rich & Greed)  Robert Peston, Super Rich: The Greed Game

 

41,674.  We are picking up the bill in a global greed game.  (Money & Finance & Rich & Greed & Wall Street)  ibid.

 

41,675.  London is the capital of capital.  (Money & Finance & Rich & Greed & London)  ibid.

 

41,676.  They’ve created ghettos of fabulously expensive property.  (Money & Finance & Rich & Greed & Property)  ibid.

 

41,677.  [Alan] Greenspan slashed rates to just 1%, and the supply of credit soared.  (Money & Finance & Rich & Greed & Credit & Wall Street)  ibid.

 

41,678.  Since 1997 Labour has tried to make the United Kingdom as a land fit for the super-rich.  (Money & Finance & Rich & Greed)  ibid.

 

41,679.  By the start of the twenty-first century these two factors – the power of leverage and low taxes for enterprise – gave birth to a new set of business superpowers; among them are the private equity money who borrow huge sums of money to buy whole companies.  (Money & Finance & Rich & Greed & Companies & Wall Street)  ibid.

 

41,680.  Colossal funds have been accumulated by hedge fund managers.  (Money & Finance & Rich & Greed & Wall Street)  ibid.     

 

41,681.  The pay structure they devised: they wrote the rules of the greed game so they couldn’t lose.  (Money & Finance & Rich & Greed & Wall Street)  ibid.

 

41,682.  Wall Street banks started by selling good quality loans to raise money and then looked at what else would be sold.  (Money & Finance & Rich & Greed & Banksters & Wall Street)  ibid.

 

41,683.  There was a torrent of cash for sub-prime loans thanks to a banking breakthrough called Structured Finance.  (Money & Finance & Rich & Greed & Banksters & Wall Street)  ibid.

 

41,684.  Most of the world’s big banks ... were stampeding to make profits by turning risky sub-prime loans into supposedly high quality investments.  (Money & Finance & Rich & Greed & Banksters & Wall Street)  ibid.

 

41,685.  More of the borrowers defaulted than they expected.  (Money & Finance & Rich & Greed & Banksters & Wall Street)  ibid.

 

41,686.  Northern Rock went to the brink of insolvency because its business was dependent on raising money by selling its mortgages to international lenders.  (Money & Finance & Rich & Greed & Banksters)  ibid.

 

 

41,687.  There are still plenty of opportunities for the new super-rich to increase their fortunes.  (Money & Finance & Rich & Greed)  ibid.

 

 

41,886.  I investigate how globalisation went badly wrong.  (Money & Banksters & Federal Reserve & Economics & Debt & Finance & Globalisation & Wall Street)  Robert Peston, The Party’s Over: How the West Went Bust I BBC 2011

 

41,887.  Our long boom was founded on a dangerous lie.  (Money & Banksters & Federal Reserve & Economics & Debt & Finance & Wall Street)  ibid.

 

41,888.  Big Bang allowed big international banks to buy up stock.  (Money & Banksters & Federal Reserve & Economics & Debt & Finance & Wall Street)   ibid.

 

41,889.  The gap between the very richest and the very poorest widened at a pace we hadn’t seen since the Victorian era.  (Money & Banksters & Federal Reserve & Economics & Debt & Finance & Wall Street)  ibid.

 

41,890.  The financial revolution spawned a debt revolution.  (Money & Banksters & Federal Reserve & Economics & Debt & Finance & Wall Street)  ibid.  

 

41,891.  The Chinese consume half as much as we do relative to the size of their economy.  They save much much more.  (Money & Banksters & Federal Reserve & Economics & Debt & Finance & China & Wall Street)   ibid.

 

41,892.  Western banks borrowed recklessly to lend to us.  (Money & Banksters & Federal Reserve & Economics & Debt & Finance & Wall Street)  ibid.

 

41,893.  The endebtedness of governments exploded.  (Money & Banksters & Federal Reserve & Economics & Debt & Finance & Wall Street)  ibid.

 

41,894.  The crash of 2008 began to topple an unbalanced global economic system.  (Money & Banksters & Federal Reserve & Economics & Debt & Finance & Wall Street)  ibid.

 

41,895.  Regulators failed to stem reckless lending by banks, and central bankers kept interest rates far too low.  (Money & Banksters & Federal Reserve & Economics & Debt & Finance & Wall Street)  ibid.

 

41,896.  There can be no return to debt-fuelled capitalism in the West.  (Money & Banksters & Federal Reserve & Economics & Debt & Finance & Wall Street)  ibid.

 

 

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