All Wars are Bankers’ Wars


We the people of the world need to grasp what is really going on, to do this we must become more aware of the truth. If we want to avoid a nuclear war, if we dare to see the truth and expose those who wish to enslave us we must have our eyes open. I would highly encourage everyone to watch the following video. Listen to Michael Rivero so that you will be better informed.

The Most Revolutionary Act

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All Wars Are Bankers’ Wars

Michael Rivero (2013)

Film Review

The purpose of war, according to this brief documentary by radio host Michael Rivero, is to force central banks on countries that try to issue their own money.He makes a compelling argument, illustrated by numerous historical examples. The film’s main value, in my view, is in dispelling common misconceptions about where money comes from. Contrary to popular belief, western democracies don’t issue the money they use to run government services. They borrow the money at interest from privately owned central banks. In the US, this private central bank is called the Federal Reserve.

The American Revolution

Rivero begins by quoting Benjamin Franklin, who saw George III’s Currency Act as the main trigger for the American Revolution. The Currency Act prohibited colonists from using colony-issued currency. Instead they were required to use English bank notes. The latter were borrowed at interest…

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4 thoughts on “All Wars are Bankers’ Wars

  1. Wow…thank you for sharing. It all makes perfect sense now. In the short time I have been reading your blogs, I have learned so very much from you. Thanks for your forward thinking visions. Listened to both videos and was surprised how much of the history I was not aware of.

    1. Hello Pat,

      It’s amazing how much information has been kept from us. I believe the more people understand the harder it will be for the powers that be to try to pull the wool over our eyes. Please share this information to as many people as possible. Again, if you are interested I’d love to have you do a guest post on “Life in Russia”. Let me know.

      Steve

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