Donald Hank
October 4, 2011
Is hatred for the Fed erasing the Left-Right divide?
Left and Right vs the banking oligarchs
By Donald Hank

The video linked below provides a glimpse of why we are not a free nation, but also, how we can be free if we play our cards right and at least temporarily stop the artificially induced hostilities between Democrat and Republican voters.

Bill Still explains here how the international bank cartel controls our government, just as they do the rest of the world. You and I, on either side of the political divide, no longer have a say in any major decisions.

Remember the first "bailout" bill (TARP), which was signed by Obama and Bush simultaneously on national TV?

That signing was symbolic of the signing away of our sovereignty by both parties, which actually had happened long before that, as marked by the creation of the Fed in 1913.

I recall it as if it were yesterday, that when the TARP bailout was being discussed, congress reported receiving a record number of phone calls and almost all of the callers (of both parties!) begged their legislators not to sign the bill that charged the public with the disastrous policies of bankers and rewarded them for doing the wrong thing.

Yet, despite this almost overwhelming political pressure from the now-disenfranchised American people, the majority of legislators went ahead and passed the bill, proving that their loyalties were not to you, but to shadowy powers higher up.

Bill Still provides the most plausible reason for that incredible dissonance between what we wanted and what the Banking Oligarchy wanted. The banks control the nation and the world, and the banks in fact control the Fed, not the other way around.

But as Bill also shows, there is a glimmer of hope on the horizon. The model for that hope is the State bank of North Dakota, the state with the lowest unemployment and the only State owned bank. It's not a coincidence.

There is a clue: employment depends on a sound financial and monetary policy.

Here is a brief explanation of the North Dakota state banking system and why it is a model for other states:

http://prorev.com/2009/03/how-north-dakotas-banking-system-could.html

And here is a report on the Utah Monetary Declaration, another attempt to break away from slavery to the Fed:

http://beforeitsnews.com/story/1168/277/States_to_Financially_Break_Away_from_Federal_Government — Utah_Monetary_Declaration.html

Finally, let me point out something that is absolutely key:

As I have said before, the Oligarchy (Ruling Class) has been able to successfully manipulate the people by cleverly dividing us into two main camps, each with its own vested interests, created by politicians to divert attention from the wizard behind the curtain.

The Republicans created a paradigm to counter the establishment of bank regulations by falsely stating that the banks were part of the free market system and needed "freedom" to operate. If that were actually true, then they would be right, but it was a big lie. As Reagan discovered when he tried deregulation, the banks are guaranteed to a large extent by the Federal government, so they are in some ways immune to failure. That is, a deregulated bank can destroy itself by issuing bad loans, but the government is there to pick up the pieces — by insuring clients at tax payers' expense. In the Savings and Loans scandal, Reagan had forgotten that fact. He portrayed banks as free market capitalists when in fact they were part of a Private Public Partnership (PPP). So when banks went kaplooey, we the tax payers paid the bill.

So Republicans hate regulations due to a misperception of banks as carriers of sacred capitalism.

On the other hand, Democrats oppose regulations too because they want banks to finance their socialist schemes and this can be best accomplished by unregulated banks in the hands of ideologues dedicated to wealth redistribution — with the proviso that the ideologue bankers get rich implementing it.

By creating and tending these two narratives, the oligarchs have been able to maintain their grip on our finances and money supply.

But now it appears both right and left may be waking up. The treachery isn't so hard to see now that so many are out of work and people see the huge national debt that will never be paid down.

It was a Democrat president, Andrew Jackson, who broke the backs of the banks, after banking oligarch Nicholas Biddle brazenly threatened to cause a depression, and then did so, showing that the banks would not shrink from deliberately harming the public to get their way — something they have never ceased doing, acting as a shadow government in the so-called Land of the "Free," and ultimately bringing down the world economy with the cooperation of both political parties in America and of the EU.

Now, ironically, many Americans who really care about the poor and middle class — beyond mere lip service — are aligned with the Tea Party, and their ideas square perfectly with Democrat Andy Jackson's. Yet thanks to a strong cognitive dissonance syndrome induced by powerful propaganda efforts, Democrat voters have been trained to shun this group. But, equally ironically, many Democrats support the Occupy Wall Street movement, which is based in part on the proposition of freeing the people from the oligarchs (though with the focus, for example, on race instead of the proposition that all Americans are targeted equally by the Ruling Class).

Thus, in their respective ways, both sides seem to have glimpsed a common enemy, and the old taboos against controlling the banks — taboos on the left and differently-motivated ones on the right — are starting to crack.

If the light should ever go on in the minds of We the People of both parties — and there is no reason to assume it can't, regardless of the propaganda efforts of both sides of Tyranny — then it will be the bankers' turn to be afraid.

They will have nowhere to hide.

Further reading:

http://www.opednews.com/articles/2/This-Financial-Mess — Caus-by-Mike-Kirchubel-081227-842.html

"The president of the Second Bank, Nicholas Biddle, was quite candid about the power and intention of the bank when he openly threatened to cause a depression if the bank was not re-chartered."

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Until July of 2009, Don Hank was operating a technical translation agency out of his home in Wrightsville, PA. He is now retired and residing in Panama with his wife and daughter... (more)

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