By Batr SartreIn the previous essay, The CIA’s Presidents, the influence of the intelligence community in directing and controlling the office of the presidency is presented. But before the clandestine spooks developed their sway on policy and intrigue, the absolute power behind the throne, crowned their lineage selection with the full mashaḥ anointing from the Bankster tribe. The masses are not part of this universe. Their role is to bow down to the chief executive that has been picked for them to obey. The actual person is less important than keeping the line of authority in the family.
This process of maintaining the lineage of handpicked puppets is the ultimate driving force behind history. Such an assertion begs to define the forces that have a say in narrowing the field of competing contenders. Back in the days of kingship, a direct bloodline was paramount to claim primacy. Today, the concave of mercantile money changers fill the role of bishops and clergy selling salvation in the belief that eternal reward is the only escape from temporal austerity. The Banksters are the gatekeepers of the modern castle keep.
Now the transition from ecclesiastical authority to fiat money dominance is virtually complete. Ellen Brown in How America Became an Oligarchy identifies the moment when the Banksters became supreme.
“Today the vast majority of the money supply in Western countries is created by private bankers. That tradition goes back to the 17th century, when the privately-owned Bank of England, the mother of all central banks, negotiated the right to print England’s money after Parliament stripped that power from the Crown. When King William needed money to fight a war, he had to borrow. The government as borrower then became servant of the lender.”
From this modest beginning, the dominance of the financial usurpers spread to strangle the little influence that the citizenry retained in a governmental system, which lost jurisdiction over their own currency. For a perceptive account of money supremacy over political preeminence, All the Presidents’ Bankers by Nomi Prins provides documentation that reveals the illicit relationship between money and power.
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