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article imageOp-Ed: The Bankers' Conspiracy Unmasked

By Alexander Baron     Jan 1, 2013 in Politics
For over a hundred years, both concerned citizens and people in the know have warned against the bankers' conspiracy. They were derided as cranks, but now the truth is out in the open.
The year 2012 will be remembered for many things good and bad from Britain's triumph at the London Olympics to the latest mass shooting outrage, at Sandy Hook, but if there is one thing it deserves to be remembered for, let it be recorded that this was the year the banks were finally outed.
Way back in the 1880s, the American populist Mrs Sarah Emery published Seven Financial Conspiracies Which Have Enslaved the American People. A century later this book would be branded anti-Semitic, even though the word Jew does not appear once in its text.
Others who have exposed the system have been likewise denounced as bigots, cranks, nutters, and so on, including the great Major Douglas (pictured above), who was described as an inflationist crank who promoted the "mumbo jumbo of the A+B theorem".
Up until fairly recently it was denied that banks created money, in spite of the mathematical proof proffered by Douglas, and in spite of this being quietly admitted in standard works on economics.
This is the  Douglas Money Equation  as formulated by Major C.H. Douglas (1879-1952).
This is the "Douglas Money Equation" as formulated by Major C.H. Douglas (1879-1952).
Now, the supposedly so mysterious process of quantitative easing is discussed openly in the mainstream media. Vince Cable and others haven't yet worked out how the banks are allowed to do this while the governments of the world are not, but give them time.
In London, so-called trader Kweku Adoboli was given a seven year sentence for fraud; he was said to have gambled away nearly a billion and a half pounds. The simple fact though is that he did what others of his kind do all the time. These so-called traders don't trade, they gamble; so-called investment banks don't invest, they do likewise.
If you want proof of this, check out these two short videos with particular reference to the admissions they make. The first one sees an investment fund manager pointing out what should be self-evident with a little insight, that most so-called investment managers don't outperform the market, and that the people who make the biggest gains are those who buy stocks and hold them, ie don't gamble.
The second video contains some interesting information about so-called hedge funds, the astronomical fees they charge their wealthy clients, and what they actually do.
Kweku Adoboli  the City trader given a seven year sentence for doing what his kind do the world over...
Kweku Adoboli, the City trader given a seven year sentence for doing what his kind do the world over every day.
City of London Police
Still not convinced? Last year we saw the PPI scandal well and truly exposed, banks carrying out fraud on a massive scale. Last month we saw exposed the manipulation of the inter-bank lending rate, so-called LIBOR, on an even more massive scale. Investigations are ongoing, but it is clear that all the big banks have been at it, all of them, a conspiracy on a global scale.
The loonies of the left blame this on capitalism, but the truth is it has absolutely nothing to do with capitalism. Big companies like the supermarket chains, and the strangely despised Google produce enormous wealth and service consumers, making all our lives easier and richer. Banks, on the other hand, shuffle around bits of paper, and have been stealing the Earth by this process for generations. As one pundit put it, it has been socialism for the banks and capitalism for everyone else: governments, corporations, businesses and us little people. When the banks overstepped the mark, the British, US and other governments intervened to bail them out, and it's us who are told we must pick up the tab, it is us who must suffer austerity. But maybe not for much longer.
The LIBOR scam may be the straw that broke the camel's back, and as 2012 saw the veil lifted from the eyes of the people and politicians alike (those who are not in the banks' pockets), so we can only hope that 2013 leads to the politicians and the people stripping the banks of their power, and putting especially the creation of credit where it belongs: in Britain, with the Crown; in the US with Congress; in other countries, with their democratically elected and accountable governments.
This opinion article was written by an independent writer. The opinions and views expressed herein are those of the author and are not necessarily intended to reflect those of DigitalJournal.com
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