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Quotes About Bankers, Banking, Money, and Usury In Chronological Order

ContentImageHandler.ashx400BC – “People sometimes rationalize their greed by saying that it is all for the good of their children but this is nothing but an excuse they use to make their despicable actions appear respectable and praiseworthy.” — Democritus (460-370 BC) Greek philosopher

 

400BC – “Are you not ashamed of heaping up the greatest amount of money and honour and reputation, and caring so little about wisdom and truth and the greatest improvement of the soul?”

— Socrates (469-399 B.C.) Greek philosopher

 

350BC – “The trade of the petty usurer is hated with most reason:  it makes a profit from currency itself, instead of making it from the process which currency was meant to serve.  Their common characteristic is obviously their sordid avarice.” — Aristotle (384-322 BC) Greek philosopher

 

055BC – “The budget should be balanced, the Treasury should be refilled, public debt should be reduced, the arrogance of officialdom should be tempered and controlled, and the assistance to foreign lands should be curtailed lest Rome become bankrupt. People must again learn to work, instead of living on public assistance. — Cicero , 55 BC

 

048BC – Julius Caesar took back from the money changers the power to coin money and minted official Roman coins for the Roman Empire.

 

033AD – Jesus Christ throws the jewish money changers out of the temple.  Jews coming to the temple to pay their Temple Tax had to convert their Roman coins to jewish half-shekels.  Conversio was very profitable.

 

050AD – “And having food and raiment let us be therewith content.  But they that will be rich fall into temptation and a snare, and into many foolish and hurtful lusts, which drown men in destruction and perdition.  For the love of money is the root of all evil: which while some coveted after, they have erred from the faith, and pierced themselves through with many sorrows.”

— The Apostle Paul in 1 Timothy 6: 8-10 KJV

 

1024 —- The jewish goldsmiths of England had complete control of gold supply of England and started issuing paper receipts of deposits, paper money.  Soon more receipts were issued than available gold.  Fractional Reserve Banking was born.

 

1100 —- King William II of England establishes talley sticks (real wooden sticks) as money to gain control of money from the jewish goldsmiths.  Although other systems of money existed, talley sticks were valid money for 726 years until 1826.

 

1609 —- The first central bank in history, it was privately owned, was established by the jews in Amsterdam, Netherlands.

 

1612 —- “If money be not thy servant, it will be thy master.  The covetous man cannot so properly be said to possess wealth, as that may be said to possess him.”

— Sir Francis Bacon (1561-1626) Philosopher, essayist, British Lord Chancellor

 

1694 —- The Bank of England, a privately owned central bank, was chartered by King William II (William of Orange from the Netherlands).  The Bank of England was given one square mile inside London and was called The City of London which was a city state, not part of England, outside of the control of the English government.

 

1694 —- “The bank hath benefit of interest on all moneys which it creates out of nothing.”

— William Paterson (1658-1719) Founder of the Bank of England in 1694, the privately owned central bank for the Kingdom of England.

 

1764 —- “That is simple.  In the Colonies we issue our own money.  It is called Colonial Scrip.  We issue it in proper proportion to the demands of trade and industry to make the products pass easily from the producers to the consumers.  In this manner creating for ourselves our own paper money, we control its purchasing power, and we have no interest to pay no one.”

— Benjamin Franklin when asked by officials of the Bank of England to explain the prosperity of the colonies in America.

 

1764 —- The British Parliament passed the Currency Act of 1764 which prohibited colonial officials from issuing their own money and ordered them to pay all future taxes in gold or silver coins.

 

1765 —- Financial depression occurs in the Thirteen Colonies because of the Currency Act of 1764.

 

1776 —- The American Revolutionary War of independence of the thirteen colonies from England begins.

 

1777 —-  “The Articles of Confederation and Perpetual Union” of the thirteen States was passed by the Continental Congress and sent to the thirteen States for ratification.

 

1778 —- “Paper money eventually returns to its intrinsic value — zero.”

— Voltaire [François Marie Arouet] (1694-1778)

 

1780 —- “In one year (after the Coinage Act of 1764), the conditions were so reversed that the era of prosperity ended, and a depression set in, to such an extent that the streets of the colonies were filled with the unemployed…The colonies would gladly have borne the little tax on tea and other matters had it not been that England took away from the colonies their money which created unemployment and dissatisfaction.  The viability of the colonists to get power to issue their own money permanently out of the hands of King George III and the international bankers was the prime reason for the revolutionary war.”

— Benjamin Franklin in his autobiography/memoirs

 

1781 —- “The Articles of Confederation and Perpetual Union” of the thirteen States was ratified and in force on March 1, 1781.

 

1781 —- The Bank of North America (the 1st central bank, privately owned) was chartered for 4 years by the Continental Congress under the Articles of Confederation.  The charter was not renewed.

 

1783 —- The American Revolutionary War ends.

 

1785 —- “This institution (The Bank of North America), having no principle but that of avarice, will never be varied in its objective…to engross all the wealth, power and influence of the state.”

— William Findlay of Pennsylvania, the leader of the effort to kill the bank.

 

1787 —- “All the perplexities, confusion and distress in America arise, not from defects in their Constitution or Confederation, not from want of honor or virtue, so much as from the downright ignorance of the nature of coin, credit and circulation.”

— John Adams in a 1787 letter to Thomas Jefferson

 

1787 —- “Paper money has had the effect in your state that it will ever have, to ruin commerce, oppress the honest, and open the door to every species of fraud and injustice.”

— George Washington (1732-1799) Founding Father, 1st US President

Source: in letter to J. Bowen, Rhode Island, Jan. 9, 1787

 

1788 —- “So low and hopeless are the finances of the United States, that, the year before last Congress was obliged to borrow money even, to pay the interest of the principal which we had borrowed before. This wretched resource of turning interest into principal, is the most humiliating and disgraceful measure that a nation could take, and approximates with rapidity to absolute ruin:

Yet it is the inevitable and certain consequence of such a system as the existing Confederation.”

— William Richardson Davie (1756-1820) Governor of North Carolina (1798-1799), North Carolina delegate to the 1787-88 Constitutional Convention

Source: speech in the Proceedings and Debates of the Convention of North-Carolina,

Convened at Hillsborough, on Monday the 21st Day of July, 1788, for the Purpose of Deliberating and Determining on the Constitution Recommended by the General Convention at Philadelphia, the 17th Day of September, 1787: To Which is Prefixed the Said Constitution (Edenton, N.C.: Hodge and Wills, 1789).

 

1788 —- “I can scarcely contemplate a greater calamity that could befall this country, than be loaded with a debt exceeding their ability ever to discharge. If this be a just remark, it is unwise and improvident to vest in the general government a power to borrow at discretion, without any limitation or restriction.”

— Brutus pseudonym, probably Robert Yates (1738-1801) politician and judge

Source: The Anti-Federalist,1787-88.

 

1790 —- “Let me issue and control a nation’s money and I care not who writes the laws.”

— Mayer Amschel Rothschild, 1790 jewish financier, one of the founders of the jewish international Rothschild banking dynasty

 

1791 —- “I consider the foundation of the Constitution as laid on this ground that ‘all powers not delegated to the United States by the Constitution, nor prohibited by it to the states, are preserved to the states or to the people.’ … To take a single step beyond the boundaries thus specially drawn around the powers of Congress is to take possession of a boundless field of power, no longer susceptible of any definition. The incorporation of a bank, and the powers assumed by this bill (chartering the first Bank of the United States), have not, been delegated to the United States by the Constitution.”

— Thomas Jefferson (1743-1826), US Founding Father, drafted the Declaration of Independence, 3rd US President

Source: in opposition to the chartering of the first Bank of the United States (1791).

 

1791 —- The First Bank of the United States (the 2nd central bank, privately owned) was chartered for 20 years by Congress and signed into law by George Washington, the first President of the United States under the US Constitution.

 

1796 —- “I wish it were possible to obtain a single amendment to our constitution taking from the Federal Government their power of borrowing.”

— Thomas Jefferson (1743-1826) then Secretary of State of the United States

 

1802 —- “When a government is dependent upon bankers for money, they and not the leaders of the government control the situation, since the hand that gives is above the hand that takes. Money has no motherland; financiers are without patriotism and without decency; their sole object is gain.”

— Napoleon Bonaparte (1769-1821) Emperor of France

 

1802 —- “If the American people ever allow private banks to control the issue of their money, first by inflation and then by deflation, the banks and corporations that will grow up around them (around the banks), will deprive the people of their property until their children will wake up homeless on the continent their fathers conquered.”

— Thomas Jefferson (1743-1826)

Source: in 1802 in a letter to then Secretary of the Treasury, Albert Gallatin

 

1811 —- “The system of banking [is] a blot left in all our Constitutions, which, if not covered, will end in their destruction…  I sincerely believe that banking institutions are more dangerous than standing armies; and that the principle of spending money to be paid by posterity… is but swindling futurity on a large scale.”

— Thomas Jefferson (1743-1826),

Source: stated in 1811 when President Jefferson refused to renew the charter for the First Bank of the United States (the 2nd central bank chartered by Congress in 1791)

 

1811 —- “Either the application for renewal of the charter (for the First Bank of the United States) is granted, or the United States will find itself involved in a most disastrous war.”

— Baron Nathan Mayer Rothschild (1777-1836) London jewish financier, one of the founders of the jewish international Rothschild banking dynasty

 

1812 —- “History records that the money changers have used every form of abuse, intrigue, deceit, and violent means possible to maintain their control over governments by controlling the money and its issuance.”

— James Madison (1751-1836), Father of the Constitution for the USA, 4th US President

 

1812 —- The War of 1812 commences with an invasion of the United States by England as promised by Nathan Rothschild of England for not renewing the charter of the First Bank of the United States.

 

1815 —- “I care not what puppet is placed on the throne of England to rule the Empire, … The man that controls Britain’s money supply controls the British Empire.  And I control the money supply.” — Baron Nathan Mayer Rothschild (1777-1836) London jewish financier, one of the founders of the jewish international Rothschild banking dynasty

 

1816 —- The War of 1812 ends and the Second Bank of the United States (the 3rd central bank, privately owned) is chartered for 20 years by Congress.

 

1826 —- The talley stick is taken out of circulation in England.

 

1826 —- “Banks have done more injury to the religion, morality, tranquility, prosperity, and even wealth of the nation than they can have done or ever will do good.”

— John Adams (1735-1826) Founding Father, 2nd US President

1832 —- Congress passes The Second Bank of the United States charter renewal four years early at the request of the bank.

 

1832 —- “It is not our own citizens only who are to receive the bounty of our Government.  More than eight millions of the stock of the Bank are held by foreigners…Is there no danger to out liberty and independence in a bank that in its nature has so little to bind it to our country?

 

Controlling our currency, receiving our public moneys, and holding thousands of our citizens in dependence…would be more formidable and dangerous than a military power of the enemy. If government would confine itself to equal protection, and, as Heaven does its rains, shower the favor alike on the high and the low, the rich and the poor, it would be an unqualified blessing.

 

In the act before me there seems to be wide and unnecessary departure from these just principles.”  — Andrew Jackson (1767-1845) 7th US President

Source:  Veto message for renewal of the charter for the Second Bank of the United States on July 10.  Congress attempted to override this veto but failed.

 

1833 —- “Gentlemen, I have had men watching you for a long time and I am convinced that you have used the funds of the bank to speculate in the breadstuffs of the country. When you won, you divided the profits amongst you, and when you lost, you charged it to the bank. You tell me that if I take the deposits from the bank and annul its charter, I shall ruin ten thousand families. That may be true, gentlemen, but that is your sin! Should I let you go on, you will ruin fifty thousand families, and that would be my sin! You are a den of vipers and thieves.”

— Andrew Jackson (1767-1845) 7th US President

 

1833 —- “This worthy President thinks that because he has scalped Indians and imprisoned judges, he is to have his way with the Bank.  He is mistaken.”

— Nicholas Biddle, Head of the Second Bank of the United States

 

1833 —- “Nothing but widespread suffering will produce any effect on Congress…Our only safety is pursuing a steady course of firm restriction – and I have no doubt that such a course will ultimately lead to restoration of the currency and re-charter of the Bank.”

— Nicholas Biddle, Head of the Second Bank of the United States

 

1833 —- “We are in danger of being overwhelmed with irredeemable paper, mere paper, representing not gold nor silver; no sir, representing nothing but broken promises, bad faith, bankrupt corporations, cheated creditors and a ruined people.”

— Daniel Webster (1782-1852), US Senator

Source: speech in the Senate, 1833

 

1834 —- The Second Bank of the United States created a depression through contracting the money supply by calling in loans and terminating credit for any new loans.

 

1834 —- “You (the bank)are a den of thieves and vipers, and I intend to rout you out, and by the Eternal God, I will rout you out.” — Andrew Jackson (1767-1845) 7th US President

 

1835 —- On January 8th President Jackson pays off the final installment of the national debt, which had been necessitated by allowing the banks to issue currency for government bonds, rather than simply issuing treasury notes without such debt.  He was the only President to ever pay off the debt.

 

1835 —- On January 30th an assassin called Richard Lawrence tried to shoot President Jackson, but both pistols misfired.  Lawrence was later found not guilty by reason of insanity.  However, after his release he openly bragged that powerful people in Europe had put him up to the task and promised to protect him if he were caught.

 

1836 —- “If Congress has the right under the Constitution to issue paper money, it was given to be used by themselves, not to be delegated to individuals or corporations.”

— Andrew Jackson (1767-1845) 7th US President

 

1836 —- “The bold effort the present bank had made to control the government … are but premonitions of the fate that await the American people should they be deluded into a perpetuation of this institution or the establishment of another like it.”

— Andrew Jackson (1767-1845) 7th US President

Source: To Congress in 1836, Jackson closed the second Federal Bank (est. 1816) with these comments

 

1836 —- The charter for the Second Bank of the United States expires.

 

1836 —- “A power has risen up in the government greater than the people themselves, consisting of many and various powerful interests, combined in one mass, and held together by the cohesive power of the vast surplus in banks.”

— John C. Calhoun (1782-1850) American statesman on June 27, 1836

 

1849 —- “If my sons did not want wars, there would be none.”

— Gutle Schnaper, wife of Mayer Amschel Rothschild, before her death in 1849

Source:  “The History Of The House Of Rothschild” by Andrew Hitchcock

 

1852 —- “From the time I took office as Chancellor of the Exchequer, I began to learn that the State held, in the face of the Bank and the City, an essentially false position as to finance. The Government itself was not to be a substantive power, but was to leave the Money Power supreme and unquestioned.”

— William Gladstone, Chancellor of the Exchequer, British Cabinet, chief financial minister

 

1862 —- “The government should create, issue, and circulate all the currency and credits needed to satisfy the spending power of the government and the buying power of consumers. By adoption of these principles, the taxpayers will be saved immense sums of interest. Money will cease to be master and become the servant of humanity.”

— Abraham Lincoln (1809-1865) 16th US President

 

1862 —- To finance the Civil War, President Lincoln begins issuing $450-million of interest free, US government backed “Greenbacks” to avoid paying 26% to 36% interest to private bankers.

 

1862 —- “If that mischievous financial policy, which had its origin in the North American Republic, should become indurated down to a fixture, then that government will furnish its own money without cost. It will pay off debts and be without a debt. It will have all the money necessary to carry on its commerce.  It will become prosperous beyond precedent in the history of civilized governments of the world. The brains and the wealth of all countries will go to North America. That government must be destroyed or it will destroy every monarchy on the globe.”

— The Times of London newspaper

 

1863 —- “The few who understand the system, will either be so interested in its profits, or so dependent on its favours that there will be no opposition from that class, while on the other hand, the great body of the people mentally incapable of comprehending the tremendous advantage that capital derives from the system, will bear its burdens without complaint, and perhaps without even suspecting that the system is inimical to their interests.”

— John Sherman, Protege of the jewish Rothschild banking family, June 25, 1863

Source: in a letter sent to New York bankers, Morton, and Gould, in support of the then proposed National Banking Act

 

1863 —- The National Banking Act was passed terminating the issue of more ‘Greenbacks.”  President Lincoln had to accept the act since Congress would not approve issuance of more “Greenbacks.”  The future United States money supply would be created out of debt by the National Banks buying United States Government Bonds and issuing them for reserves for banknotes.

 

1864 —- “My agency in promoting the passage of the National Banking Act was the greatest financial mistake in my life.  It has built up a monopoly which affects every interest in the country.”

— Salomon P. Chase, President Lincoln’s Former Secretary To The Treasury

 

1864 —- “The money powers prey upon the nation in times of peace and conspire against it in times of adversity.  It is more despotic than a monarchy, more insolent than autocracy, and more selfish than bureaucracy.  It denounces as public enemies all who question its methods or throw light upon its crimes.  I have two great enemies, the Southern Army in front of me and the bankers in the rear. Of the two, the one at my rear is my greatest foe.”

— Abraham Lincoln (1809-1865) 16th US President

Source:  Letter to a friend on November 21, 1864

 

1865 —- “I see in the near future a crisis approaching that unnerves me and causes me to tremble for the safety of my country; corporations have been enthroned, an era of corruption in High Places will follow, and the Money Power of the Country will endeavor to prolong its reign by working upon the prejudices of the People, until the wealth is aggregated in a few hands, and the Republic is destroyed.” — Abraham Lincoln (1809-1865) 16th US President

Source: shortly before his assassination in reply to a letter from a friend in Illinois, as the

War of Northern Aggression wound down

 

1865 —- Abraham Lincoln assassinated.

 

1866 —- The Contraction Act was passed systematically retiring the “Greenbacks”  which represented a 760% decrease in buying power over 20 years.  A depression started.

 

1866 —- “The death of Lincoln was a disaster for Christendom.  There was no man in the United States great enough to wear his boots and the bankers went anew to grab the riches.  I fear that foreign bankers with their craftiness and tortuous tricks will entirely control the exuberant riches of America and use it to systematically corrupt civilization.”

— Otto von Bismarck (1815-1898) Founder of the German Empire, Prime minister of Prussia after the Lincoln assassination

 

1869 —- “Thanks to the terrible power of our International Banks, we have forced the Christians into wars without number.  Wars have a special value for Jews, since Christians massacre each other and make more room for us Jews.  Wars are the Jews’ Harvest: The Jew banks grow fat on Christian wars.  Over 100-million Christians have been swept off the face of the earth by wars, and the end is not yet.”

— Rabbi Reichorn, speaking at the funeral of Grand Rabbi Simeon Ben-Iudah, 1869, in France

 

1870 —- “And the men who loan money to governments, so called, for the purpose of enabling the latter to rob, enslave, and murder their people, are among the greatest villains that the world has ever seen.  And they as much deserve to be hunted and killed (if they cannot otherwise be got rid of) as any slave traders, robbers, or pirates that ever lived.”

— Lysander Spooner (1808-1887) Political theorist, activist, abolitionist

Source: The Constitution of No Authority (Boston: 1870)

 

1870 —- “The Rothschilds, and that class of money-lenders of whom they are the representatives and agents — men who never think of lending a shilling to their next-door neighbors, for purposes of honest industry, unless upon the most ample security, and at the highest rate of interest — stand ready, at all times, to lend money in unlimited amounts to those robbers and murderers, who call themselves governments, to be expended in shooting down those who do not submit quietly to being robbed and enslaved.”

— Lysander Spooner (1808-1887) Political theorist, activist, abolitionist

Source: “No Treason #6” (1870)

 

1873 —- The Coinage Act was passed which de-monetized silver to get the US on the gold standard since the jewish international banking cartel controlled all gold.

 

1874 —- “I went to America in the winter of 1872 – 1873, authorized to secure, if I could, the passage of a bill de-monetizing silver.  It was in the interests of those I represented, the governors of the Bank Of England, to have it done.  By 1873, gold coins were the only form of coin money.”

— Ernest Seyd, agent for the Bank of England.

 

1875 — “The division of the United States into federations of equal force was decided long before the Civil War by the high financial powers of Europe, these bankers were afraid that the United States if they remained as one block and as one nation, would attain economic and financial independence which would upset their financial domonation over the world.”

— Otto Von Bismark, Chancellor of Germany (1871 – 1890)

1876 —- “The disaster of the Dark Ages was caused by decreasing money and falling prices…Without money, civilization could not have had a beginning, and with a diminishing supply, it must languish, and unless relieved, finally perish.  At the Christian era the metallic money of the Roman Empire amounted to $1,800,000,000.  By the end of the 15th century it had shrunk to less than $200,000,000…History records no other such disastrous transition as that from the Roman Empire to the Dark Ages…”

— United States Silver Commission investigating the continuous depression

 

1877 —- “It is advisable to do all in your power to sustain such prominent daily and weekly newspapers, especially the Agricultural and Religious Press, as well as oppose the Greenback issue of paper money and that you will also withold patronage from all applicants who are not willing to oppose the government issue of money…. To repeal the Act creating bank notes, or to restore to circulation issue of money will be to provide the people with money and will therefore seriously affect our individual profits as bankers and lenders.  See your Congressman at once and engage him to support our interests that we may control legislation.”

— James Buel , Secretary of the American Bankers Association in a letter to their members

 

1878 —- The Sherman Law was passed allowing the minting of a limited number of silver dollars.

 

1881 —- “The chief duty of the National Government in connection with the currency of the country is to coin money and declare its value. Grave doubts have been entertained whether Congress is authorized by the Constitution to make any form of paper money legal tender. The present issue of United States notes has been sustained by the necessities of war; but such paper should depend for its value and currency upon its convenience in use and its prompt redemption in coin at the will of the holder, and not upon its compulsory circulation. These notes are not money, but promises to pay money. If the holders demand it, the promise should be kept.” — James A. Garfield (1831-1881) 20th President of the United States (1881)

Source: Inaugural Address, March 14, 1881

 

1881 —- “Whoever controls the volume of money in our country is absolute master of all industry and commerce, and when you realize that the entire system is very easily controlled, one way or another, by a few powerful men at the top, you will not have to be told how periods of inflation and depression originate.”

— James A. Garfield, 20th U.S. president, two weeks before he was assassinated

 

1881 —- President James A. Garfield was assassinated on July 2, 1881.

 

1891 —- “On September 1st 1894 we will not renew our loans under any consideration. On September 1st we will demand our money.  We will foreclose and become mortgagees in possession.  We can take two-thirds of the farms west of the Mississippi, and thousands of them east of the Mississippi as well, at our own price…Then the farmers will become tenants as in England…,” — Memo to members of the  American Bankers Association

Source:  The Congressional Record of April 29, 1913.

 

1895 —- “No legal tender law is ever needed to make men take good money; its only use is to make them take bad money.” — Stephen T. Byington, American Federationist, September 1895

 

1896 —- “We will answer their (the bankers) demand for a gold standard by saying to them, you shall not press down upon the brow of labor this crown of thorns, you shall not crucify mankind upon a cross of gold.” — Senator William Jennings Bryan, Democrat candidate for President

Source:  Democrat National Convention, Chicago, Illinois

 

1896 —- “The wealthy Jews control the world. In their hands lies the fate of governments and nations. They set governments, one against the other, and by their decree, governments make peace (or war).  When the wealthy Jews play, the nations and the rulers dance.  One way or the other, they (the Jews) get rich. ” — Theodore Herzl – Founder of Zionism, in ‘Deutsche Zeitung’

 

1898 —- “On the one hand there is the party which holds the power because it holds the wealth, which has in its grasp all labor and all trade, which manipulates for its own benefit and its own purposes all the sources of supply, and which is powerfully represented in the councils of State itself.  On the other side there is the needy and powerless multitude, sore and suffering. Rapacious usury, which, although more than once condemned by the Church, is nevertheless under a different form but with the same guilt, still practiced by avaricious and grasping men…so that a small number of very rich men have been able to lay upon the masses of the poor a yoke little better than slavery itself.” — Pope Leo XIII statement on usury

 

1900 —- “The issue which has swept down the centuries and which will have to be fought sooner or later is the people versus the banks.”

— Lord Acton [John Emerich Edward Dalberg Acton] (1834-1902), First Baron Acton of Aldenham

 

1907 —- Engineered stock market crash and depression in preparation for a privately owned central bank for the United States.  J.P. Morgan, a Rothschild of London agent, bailed out collapsing small banks having bank runs with $400-million of fiat paper money.

 

1910 —- “Under the surface, the Rothschilds long had a powerful influence in dictating American financial laws. The law records show that they were powers in the old Bank of the United States [abolished by Andrew Jackson].” — Gustav Myers, author

Source: “History of the Great American Fortunes”

 

1910 —- Meeting in Jekyll Island, Georgia to formulate the plan for the privately owned Federal Reserve Bank.  Some key attendees were:  Senator Nelson Aldrich of Rhode Island and head of the National Monetary Commission whose daughter married John D. Rockefeller, Jr.;  J.P. Morgan, Banker and Rothschild agent; Frank Vanderslip, President of National Citibank representative of the Rockefeller family; Paul Warburg and Jacob Schiff of Rothschild owned Kuhn, Loeb and Company. Though marriage, the Rothschilds, Warburgs, and Schiffs were essentially the same jewish family from Europe controlling the jewish international banking cartel.

 

1912 —- The Aldrich Bill establishing the privately owned Federal Reserves Bank ystem was introduced by the Republicans but failed to get enough support to pass in the Congress.

 

1912 —- “The Aldrich plan is the Wall Street Plan.  It means another panic, if necessary, to intimidate the people.  Aldrich, paid by the government to represent the people, proposes a plan for the trusts (bankers) instead.” — Senator Charles A. Lindbergh, Sr., Republican

 

1913 —- The Glass-Owens Bill almost identical to the Aldrich Bill establishing a privately owned Federal Reserve System was introduced by the Democrats and was passed in Congress on December 22, 1913.  President Woodrow Wilson approved the bill later.  Wilson had no choice since the bankers had arranged an on going extramarital affair for him which they threatened to reveal.

 

1913 —- “The…bill (Glass-Owens) grants just what Wall Street and the big banks for twenty-five years have been striving for – private instead of public control of currency.  It (the Glass-Owen bill) does this as completely as the Aldrich bill.  Both measures rob the government and the people of all effective control over the public’s money, and vest in the banks exclusively the dangerous power to make money among the people scarce or plenty.”

— Alfred Crozier, Ohio Attorney testifying before Congress during the debates

 

1913 —- Senator Aldrich pushed through a bill for direct income tax on the people resulting in the 16th Amendment which was needed to allow taxes to be collected toward the debt that would be created from the Glass-Owens Bill/Federal Reserve Act.

 

1913 —- “This Act (Glass-Owens Bill/Federal Reserve Act) establishes the most gigantic trust on earth. When the President (Woodrow Wilson) signs this bill, the invisible government of the monetary power will be legalized.  The people may not know it immediately, but the day of reckoning is only a few years removed…The worst legislative crime of the ages is perpetrated by this banking and currency bill.”

— Charles A. Lindbergh, Sr. (1859-1924) Congressman (R-MN), father of famous aviator

Source: his book, Banking and Currency and The Money Trust, 1913

 

1913 —- “We have restricted credit, we have restricted opportunity, we have controlled development, and we have come to be one of the worst ruled, one of the most completely controlled and dominated, governments in the civilized world–no longer a government by free opinion, no longer a government by conviction and the vote of the majority, but a government by the opinion and the duress of small groups of dominant men.”

— Woodrow Wilson (1856-1924) 28th US President 1913

Source: in his book, The New Freedom: A Call For the Emancipation of the Generous Energies of a People, chapter 9

 

1920 —- “The one aim of these financiers is world control by creation of inextinguishable debts.”

— Henry Ford

 

1920 —- “It is well enough that people of the nation do not understand our banking and monetary system, for if they did, I believe there would be a revolution before tomorrow morning.”

— Henry Ford

 

1921 —-  “If our nation can issue a dollar bond, it can issue a dollar bill.  The element that makes the bond good, makes the bill good, also…It is absurd to say that our country can issue 30 million dollars in bonds and not 30 million dollars in currency.  Both are promises to pay, but one promise fattens the usurers and the other helps the people.” — Thomas Edison, Inventor

Source:  New York Times, December 6, 1921

 

1922 —- “The real menace of our Republic is the invisible government which like a giant octopus sprawls its slimy legs over our cities states and nation.  At the head is a small group of banking houses generally referred to as ‘international bankers.’ This little coterie… run our government for their own selfish ends. It operates under cover of a self-created screen…[and] seizes…our executive officers… legislative bodies…schools… courts… newspapers and every agency created for the public protection.”

— John F. Hylan – 1922 (1868-1936), Mayor of New York City (1918-1925), nicknamed

“Red Mike”

 

1924 —- “I am afraid the ordinary citizen will not like to be told that the banks can and do create money. And they who control the credit of the nation direct the policy of Governments and hold in the hollow of their hand the destiny of the people.”

— Reginald McKenna, (1863-1943) British Chancellor of Exchequer, as Chairman of the Midland Bank, addressing stockholders in 1924.

 

1924 —- “Capital must protect itself in every possible way, both by combination and legislation. Debts must be collected, mortgages foreclosed as rapidly as possible. When, through process of law, the common people lose their homes, they will become more docile and more easily governed through the strong arm of the government applied by a central power of wealth under leading financiers. These truths are well known among our principal men, who are now engaged in forming an imperialism to govern the world.  By dividing the voters through the political party system, we can get them to expend their energies in fighting for questions od no importance. It is thus, by discrete action, we can secure for ourselves that which has been so well planned and so successfully accomplished.”

— Montagu Norman, Governor of The Bank Of England, addressing the United States

Bankers’ Association, New York, 1924.

 

1927 —- “Banking was conceived in iniquity and was born in sin.  The Bankers own the earth. Take it away from them, but leave them the power to create deposits, and with the flick of the pen they will create enough deposits to buy it back again.  However, take it away from them, and all the great fortunes like mine will disappear and they ought to disappear, for this would be a happier and better world to live in.  But, if you wish to remain the slaves of Bankers and pay the cost of your own slavery, let them continue to create deposits.”

— Sir Josiah Stamp (1880-1941) President of the Bank of England in the 1920’s, the second richest man in Britain

Source:  Speaking at the Commencement Address of the University of Texas in 1927.

 

1929 —- Engineered stock market crash and the Great Depression begins.

 

1930 —- The Bank for International Settlements (BIS) (the bank of the central banks) was established in Switzerland by Charles G. Dawes (Rothschild agent and Vice President under President Calvin Coolidge from 1925-1929), Owen D. Young (Rothschild agent, founder of RCA and Chairman of General Electric from 1922 until 1939), and Hjalmar Schacht of Germany (President of the Reichsbank).  The BIS has the status of a sovereign power and is immune from governmental control.

1930 —- “The Federal Reserve Bank of New York is eager to enter into close relationship with the Bank for International Settlements…. The conclusion is impossible to escape that the State and Treasury Departments are willing to pool the banking system of Europe and America, setting up a world financial power independent of and above the Government of the United States…. The United States under present conditions will be transformed from the most active of manufacturing nations into a consuming and importing nation with a balance of trade against it.”

— Louis McFadden (1876-1936) US Congressman (R-PA) (1915-1935), Chairman of House Banking and Currency Committee. Poisoned in 1936.

Source: quoted in the New York Times (June 1930)

 

1931 —- “I think it can hardly be disputed that the statesmen and financiers of Europe are ready to take almost any means to reacquire rapidly the gold stock which Europe lost to America as a result of World War I.”

— Louis McFadden February, 1931 (1876-1936) US Congressman (R-PA) (1915-1935),

Chairman of House Banking and Currency Committee. Poisoned in 1936

 

1932 —- “It was not accidental [the 1929 stock-market “crash”].  It was a carefully contrived occurrence. … The international bankers sought to bring about a condition of despair here so that they might emerge as rulers of us all.”

— Louis McFadden (1876-1936) US Congressman (R-PA) (1915-1935), Chairman of House Banking and Currency Committee. Poisoned in 1936.

 

1932 —- “The Federal Reserve (Banks) are one of the most corrupt institutions the world has ever seen. There is not a man within the sound of my voice who does not know that this Nation is run by the International Bankers.  What is needed here is a return to the Constitution of the United States. We need to have a complete divorce of Bank and State. The old struggle that was fought out here in Jackson’s day must be fought over again… The Federal Reserve Act should be repealed and the Federal Reserve Banks, having violated their charters, should be liquidated immediately. Faithless Government officers who have violated their oaths of office should be impeached and brought to trial. Unless this is done by us, I predict that the American people, outraged, robbed, pillaged, insulted, and betrayed as they are in their own land, will rise in their wrath and send a President here who will sweep the money changers out of the temple.”

— Louis McFadden (1876-1936) US Congressman (R-PA) (1915-1935), Chairman of House Banking and Currency Committee. Poisoned in 1936.

Source:  Speech in Congress, June 10, 1932

 

1933 —- “The real truth of the matter is, as you and I know, that a financial element in the large centers has owned the Government ever since the days of Andrew Jackson … The country is going through a repetition of Jackson’s fight with the Bank of the United States – – only on a far bigger and broader basis.” — Franklin Delano Roosevelt – U.S. President (1932-1945)

Source:  A 1933 letter to Colonel House

 

1933 —- “Mr. Chairman, I see no reason why citizens of the United States should be terrorized into surrendering their property to the International Bankers who own and control the Federal Reserve.”

— Louis McFadden (1876-1936) US Congressman (R-PA) (1915-1935), Chairman of House Banking and Currency Committee. Poisoned in 1936.

Source:  9 March 1933, in his Speech to the House of Representatives, Congressional

Record

 

1934 —- “Britain is the slave of an international financial bloc.”

— David Lloyd George, former British Prime Minister

Source: New Britain magazine of London, June 20th issue

 

1934 —- “Democracy has no more persistent and insidious foe than money power…questions regarding Bank of England, its conduct and its objects, are not allowed by the Speaker (of the House of Commons).” — Lord Bryce, British House of Commons

Source: New Britain magazine of London, June 20th issue

 

1934 —- FDR outlaws private ownership of gold with Gold Reserve Act..

 

1934 —- “The course of Russian history has, indeed, been greatly affected by the operations of international bankers… The Soviet Government has been given United States Treasury funds by the Federal Reserve Board… acting through the Chase Bank. …

 

England has drawn money from us through the Federal Reserve Banks and has re-lent it at high rates of interest to the Soviet Government… The Dnieperstory Dam was built with funds unlawfully taken from the United States Treasury by the corrupt and dishonest Federal Reserve Board and the Federal Reserve Banks.”

— Louis McFadden (1876-1936) US Congressman (R-PA) (1915-1935), Chairman of House Banking and Currency Committee. Poisoned in 1936.

Source:  Congressional Record 1934

 

1935 —- “After World War I, Germany fell into the hands of the German International Bankers.  Those bankers bought her and now they own her, lock, stock, and barrel.  They have purchased her industries, they have mortgages on her soil, they control her production, they control all her public utilities.

 

The international German bankers have subsidized the present Government of Germany and they have also supplied every dollar of the money Adolph Hitler has used in his lavish campaign to build up a threat to the government of Bruening.  When Bruening fails to obey the orders of the German International Bankers, Hitler is brought forth to scare the Germans into submission…

 

Through the Federal Reserve Board over 30 billion of dollars of American money…has been pumped into Germany…You have all heard of the spending that has taken place in Germany…modernistic dwellings, her great planetariums, her gymnasiums, her swimming pools, her fine public highways, her perfect factories.

 

All this was done on our money.  All this was given to Germany through the Federal Reserve Board.  The Federal Reserve Board…has pumped so many billions of dollars into Germany that they dare not name the total.”

— Louis McFadden (1876-1936) US Congressman (R-PA) (1915-1935), Chairman of House Banking and Currency Committee. Poisoned in 1936.

 

1935 —- “I was as secretive indeed, as furtive as any conspirator…Discovery we knew, simply must not happen, or else all our time and effort would be wasted.  If it were to be exposed that our particular group had got together and written a banking bill, that bill would have no chance whatever of passage by Congress.” — Frank Vanderlip, President of National Citibank, a Rockefeller bank, confirmed the 1910 Jekyll Island trip

Source:  February 9, 1935 edition of the Saturday Evening Post

 

1935 —- “If all the bank loans were paid, no one could have a bank deposit, and there would not be a dollar of coin or currency in circulation.  This is a staggering thought. We are completely dependent on the commercial Banks. Someone has to borrow every dollar we have in circulation, cash or credit. If the Banks create ample synthetic money we are prosperous; if not, we starve. We are absolutely without a permanent money system. When one gets a complete grasp of the picture, the tragic absurdity of our hopeless position is almost incredible, but there it is. It is the most important subject intelligent persons can investigate and reflect upon. It is so important that our present civilization may collapse unless it becomes widely understood and the defects remedied very soon.”

— Robert Hemphill, Credit Manager of Federal Reserve Bank, Atlanta, Ga.

Source: In the foreword to a book by Irving Fisher, entitled 100% Money

 

1935 —- “Thus, our national circulating medium is now at the mercy of loan transactions of banks, which lend, not money, but promises to supply money they do not possess.”

— Irving Fisher (1867-1947) American economist

Source: 100% Money, 1935

 

1935 —- “Once a nation parts with the control of its currency and credit, it matters not who makes the nations laws. Usury, once in control, will wreck any nation. Until the control of the issue of currency and credit is restored to government and recognized as its most sacred responsibility, all talk of the sovereignty of parliament and of democracy is idle and futile.”

— William Lyon Mackenzie King (1874-1950) Prime Minister of Canada 1935

 

 

1936 —- “When the Federal Reserve Act was passed, the people of these United States did not perceive that a world banking system was being set up here. A super-state controlled by international bankers and industrialists…acting together to enslave the world…Every effort has been made by the Fed to conceal its powers but the truth is–the Fed has usurped the government.”

— Louis McFadden (1876-1936) US Congressman (R-PA) (1915-1935), Chairman of House

Banking and Currency Committee. Poisoned in 1936.

 

1936 —- Congressman Louis McFadden died from poisoning.

 

1937 —- All gold in the United States stored in Ft. Knox.

 

1940 —- “Economic control is not merely control of a sector of human life that can be separated from the rest; it is the control of the means for all our ends.”

— Ludwig von Mises (1881-1973) Economist and social philosopher, escaped from NAZI

Germany

Source: Human Action

 

1941 —- Congressman Patman: “How did you get the money to buy those two billion dollars worth of Government securities in 1933?”

Federal Reserve Governor Eccles: “Out of the right to issue credit money.” Patman: “And there is nothing behind it, is there, except our Government’s credit?” Federal Reserve Governor Eccles: “That is what our money system is. If there were no debts in our money system, there wouldn’t be any money.”

Congressman Fletcher: “Chairman Eccles, when do you think there is a possibility of returning to a free and open market, instead of this pegged and artificially controlled financial market we now have?” Federal Reserve Governor Eccles: “Never, not in your lifetime or mine.”

— Marriner Stoddard Eccles (1890-1977) US banker, economist, and Chairman of the Federal

Reserve (1934-48)

Source: during hearings of the House Committee on Banking and Currency,

September 30, 1941.

 

1943 —- “Wars in old times were made to get slaves.  The modern implement of imposing slavery is debt.” — Ezra Pound, (1885-1972) American poet March 25, 1943

 

1943 —- “The usurers act through fraud, falsification, superstitions, habits and, when these methods do not function, they let loose a war. Everything hinges on monopoly, and the particular monopolies hinge around the great illusionistic monetary monopoly.”

— Ezra Pound, (1885-1972) American poet

 

1944 —- In Bretton Woods, New Hampshire, the International Monetary Fund (IMF), and the World Bank (initially called the International Bank for Reconstruction and Development or IBRD – the name, “World Bank,” was not actually adopted until 1975), were approved with full United States participation which created a banking cartel comprising the world’s privately owned central banks, which gradually assumed the power to dictate credit policies to the banks of all member nations through IMF issued global fiat money known as Special Drawing Rights, SDR’s.  All member nation currencies were fully exchangeable for SDR’s.  The Federal Reserve and the Bank of England have effective control through voting supremacy.

 

1945 —- The United Nations is created.

 

1946 —- The Bank of England is nationalized, but since the government did not have the money to buy it, government stocks were issued to the owners and the government has to pay interest on the stocks.

 

1950 —- “We shall have World Government, whether or not we like it.  The only question is whether World Government will be achieved by conquest or consent.”

— James Paul Warburg (1896-1969) son of Paul Moritz Warburg, nephew of Felix Warburg and of Jacob Schiff, both of Kuhn, Loeb & Co. which poured millions into the Russian Revolution through James’ brother Max, banker to the German government, Chairman of the CFR

Source: while speaking before the United States Senate, February 17, 1950

1953 —- President Dwight D. Eisenhower orders an audit of the gold in Ft. Knox.  The audit reveals 700 million ounces of gold which represents 70% of the known gold in the world.

 

1957 —- “The Federal Reserve Bank is nothing but a banking fraud and an unlawful crime against civilization. Why? Because they “create” the money made out of nothing, and our Uncle Sap Government issues their “Federal Reserve Notes” and stamps our Government approval with NO obligation whatever from these Federal Reserve Banks, Individual Banks or National Banks, etc.” — H. L. Birum, Sr.

Source: American Mercury magazine, August 1957, p. 43

 

1960 —- “Most Americans have no real understanding of the operation of the international money lenders.  The accounts of the Federal Reserve System have never been audited.  It operates outside of the control of Congress and manipulates the credit of the United States.”

— Barry Goldwater (1909-1998) US Senator (R-Arizona)

 

1963 —- President John F. Kennedy authorizes issuance of United States silver certificates.

 

1963 —- President John F. Kennedy assassinated.

 

1964 —- “The dollar represents a one dollar debt to the Federal Reserve System. The Federal Reserve Banks create money out of thin air to buy Government Bonds from the U.S. Treasury … and has created out of nothing a … debt which the American people are obliged to pay with interest.”

— Wright Patman [John William Wright Patman] (1893-1976) US Congressman, (TX-D), 1964

 

1966 —- “The powers of financial capitalism had another 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 economy of 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 meetings and conferences.

 

The apex of the system was to be the Bank For International Settlements in Basel, Switzerland a private bank owned and controlled by the world’s central banks which were themselves private corporations.

 

Each central bank…sought to dominate its government by its ability to control treasury loans, to manipulate foreign exchanges, to influence the level of economic activity in the Country, and to influence cooperative politicians by subsequent economic rewards in the business world.”

— Carrol Quigley – GU Professor – 1966 from his book “Tragedy and Hope: A History of the World In Our Time”

 

1967 —- “For a long time I felt that FDR had developed many thoughts and ideas that were his own to benefit this country, the United States.  But he didn’t.  Most of his thoughts were carefully manufactured for him in advance by the Council on Foreign Relation-One World Money

Group.  The United Nations is but a long range, international banking apparatus clearly set up for financial and economic profit by a small group of powerful One-World revolutionaries, hungry for profit and power.  The One-World government leaders and their ever close bankers have now acquired full control of the money and credit machinery of the U.S. via creation of the privately owned Federal Reserve bank.”

— Curtis Dall – FDR’s Son-in-law from his 1967 book “FDR: My Exploited Father-in-law”

 

1967 —- “Actually, it (the 1929 Stock Market crash) was the calculated ‘shearing’ of the public by the World-Money powers triggered by the planned sudden shortage of call money in the New York Money Market.”

— Curtis Dall – FDR’s Son-in-law from his 1967 book “FDR: My Exploited Father-in-law.”

Curtis Dall was working for Lehmann Brothers as a broker on the floor of the New York

Stock Exchange on the day of the crash.

 

1967 —- “In the United States today, we have in effect two governments…We have the duly constituted government…Then we have an independent, uncontrolled and uncoordinated government in the Federal Reserve System, operating the money powers which are reserved to Congress by the Constitution.”

— Wright Patman [John William Wright Patman] (1893-1976) US Congressman, (TX-D),

1967

 

1971 —- President Richard M. Nixon repeals the 1934 Gold Reserve Act so citizens can own gold.

 

1971 —- President Richard M. Nixon removes the United States from the gold standard.

 

1974 —- “With the exception only of the period of the gold standard, practically all governments of history have used their exclusive power to issue money to defraud and plunder the people.”

— Fredrich August von Hayek (1899-1992), Nobel Laureate of Economic Sciences 1974

 

1975 —- “The study of money, above all other fields in economics, is one in which complexity is used to disguise truth or to evade truth, not to reveal it. The process by which banks create money is so simple the mind is repelled. With something so important, a deeper mystery seems only decent.”

— John Kenneth Galbraith (1908- ) Canadian-born economist, Harvard professor

Source: ‘Money: Whence it came, where it went’ (1975)

 

1975 —- “Allegations of missing gold from our Fort Knox vaults are being widely discussed in European financial circles.  But what is puzzling is that the Administration is not hastening to demonstrate conclusively that there is no cause for concern over our gold treasure, if indeed it is in a position to do so.”

— Edith Roosevelt, the grand-daughter of President Theodore Roosevelt

Source:  New Hampshire Sunday News, March 1975 edition

 

1987 —- Edmond de Rothschild creates the World Conservation Bank which is designed to transfer debts from third world countries to this bank and in return those countries would give land to this bank.

 

1991 —- “We are grateful to the Washington Post, the New York Times, Time Magazine, and other great publications whose directors have attended our meetings and respected their promises of discretion for almost 40 years.  It would have been impossible for us to develop our plan for the world, if we had been subjected to the lights of publicity during those years.  But the world is now more sophisticated and prepared to march towards a world government.  The supranational sovereignty of an intellectual elite and world bankers is surely preferable to the national auto-determination practised in past centuries.”

— David Rockefeller, Globalist, founder of the Trilateral Commission

Source:  Bilderberg Conference on June 6 to 9, 1991 in Baden-Baden, Germany

 

1996 —- “The Federal Reserve definitely caused the Great Depression by contracting the amount of currency in circulation by one-third from 1929 to 1933.”

— Milton Friedman, Nobel Laureate of Economic Sciences

Source:  Radio interview in January 1996

 

1997 —- “The next government must grasp the nettle, accept their responsibility for controlling the money supply and change from our debt-based monetary system.  My Lords, will they?  If they do not, our monetary system will break us and the sorry legacy we are already leaving our children will be a disaster.” — Earl of Caithness

Source:  HANSARD, 5th March 1997, volume 578, No. 68, columns 1869-1871

 

1999 —- “The dirty little secret is that both houses of Congress are irrelevant.  … America’s domestic policy is now being run by Alan Greenspan and the Federal Reserve, and America’s foreign policy is now being run by the International Monetary Fund [IMF]. …when the president decides to go to war, he no longer needs a declaration of war from Congress.”

— Robert Reich, US Secretary of Labor under Bill Clinton

Source: January 7, 1999 issue of USA Today

 

2000 —- “When a government controls both the economic power of individuals and the coercive power of the state … this violates a fundamental rule of happy living:  Never let the people with all the money and the people with all the guns be the same people.”

— P. J. O’Rourke (1947- ) US humorist, journalist, & political commentator

 

2002 —- “Regarding the Great Depression. You’re right, we did it. We’re very sorry.”

— Ben Bernanke, Academic Advisory Panel at the Federal Reserve Bank of New York, Responding to Milton Friedman concerning the Federal Reserve, 2002.

 

2008 —- Western nations under the control of the jewish international banking cartel enter a financial depression.

 

2009 —- “The banks — hard to believe in a time when we’re facing a banking crisis that many of the banks created — are still the most powerful lobby on Capitol Hill. They frankly own the place.”

— U.S. Senator Dick Durbin, Democratic Party Whip, April 30, 2009

 

“For what will it profit men that a more prudent distribution and use of riches make it possible for them to gain even the whole world, if thereby they suffer the loss of their own souls?  What will it profit to teach them sound principles in economics, if they permit themselves to be so swept away by selfishness, by unbridled and sordid greed, that, ‘hearing the Commandments of the Lord, they do all things contrary.” — Pope Pius XI (1857-1939)

 

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