“We are absolutely slaves to Central Banks”
By LUIS MIRANDA | THE REAL AGENDA | JUNE 25, 2012
It hasn’t been a secret for long, but very few times do viewers watch or listen to guests on main stream media not only accepting the fact that we are all slaves who work for central bankers, but to admit it emphatically on US national television. In a recent interview on CNBC’s Kudlow Report, one of the co-hosts asked on air if the current economic and financial situation was simply global governance at last, and whether the central bankers were in charge. Aren’t we all living and dying for what the central bankers do? One of the guests, Jim Iuorio, said that such scenario was exactly what we are experiencing. “To answer your question, we are absolutely slaves to Central Banks,” Iuorio said.
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There is not need for the main stream media to admit or show proof of such scenario. Perhaps the clearest example that shows how the central bankers are in total control, is that they ordered governments in North America and Europe to ‘rescue’ the banks that were near bankruptcy due to their holdings of toxic financial products. Even banks that did not need to be rescued were obligated to accept financial aid in a move to chain down almost every single banking institution to the European and American central bankers.
Last week, The Real Agenda informed about the current state of monetary policy planning in the euro zone where central bankers are already working on further consolidation of the global financial system. In the article New Global Money Secretly Planned by Elites, AmericanFreed.com explains how the world’s monetary system is being shaped right now.As explained in previous articles, central bankers are adepts of creating order out of chaos, and the current global crisis is not the exception. The elites in charge of the banking system are anticipating the results of their monetary and financial policies of the last century, and have already introduced plans for a world currency. Such currency seems to be a basket of currencies backed by gold, which will later become a single currency.
All financial experts agree that the establishment of a single currency will not occur at once, but over the next 5 to 15 years, depending on how the central bankers plans of financial consolidation advance in the Euro zone and North America. The elites are counting on their current rescues to buy them time until their system is fully in place to handle the last great collapse, when they will introduce the one currency system as the only solution to the chaos they caused. The elites or central bankers who want to run the world will produce as much agony as possible in order to tighten the grip as strongly as they can before the big implosion.
The central bankers have been successful in inducing countries into massive debt as a way to get out of the current state of indebtedness; an oxymoron, no doubt. Spain, a country on the verge of falling off the financial precipice, announced today its request to the Euro government in Brussels to rescue its banking system. The Spanish government continues to deny that its call for a rescue is indeed a bailout, however the more than $100 billion that will be given to some of the biggest banks in that country, is coming from the European financial rescue fund created under the auspices of the government led by Angela Merkel.
Spain in now working on a memo of understanding which the government in Brussels will officially receive next July 9. The move to accept monies from the European fund will be discussed next Thursday and Friday during a meeting that will be held by some European leaders. The conditions under which the rescue of Spanish banks will occur, will include length of the loan, interest rate, payment conditions and penalties that will be incurred should the bankers not pay their debt back. This last fact is strange, yet it is another example of how central bankers control every government.
European leaders say banks cannot request a financial rescue themselves, that the countries need to solicit such bailouts, even though the banks are branches of the central banking model all over Europe. At the same time, the bankers in control of the euro zone also say that governments must request the money and detail the conditions under which their banks will receive the funds because they are legally prohibited from doing so. Of course, that is not the case. It is the European central bankers the ones who dictate the conditions, who determine the interest rate European taxpayers — not the banks — will have to pay for the next 25 years or so. Indeed, governments request the bailout of their banks, but the banks are not the ones who will pay the interests on the debt or the debt itself. That burden is purposely left to the European working class.
An even more insightful view of how central bankers control the global financial system came from another guest of Kudlow’s Report, Jim LaCamp. “Markets are driven by policy, they dare not driven by market forces, they are driven by central banks’ proclamations.” In other words, it is the decisions made by technocrats in charge of unelected supranational financial institutions who operate on behalf of the central bankers, and who attend to their requests, the ones who determine how economies function. It is not industrial production, free markets, elected government directives or the proposals put in front of these governments by social groups.
“In Spain, too many people say to many things about what needs to be done,” said Iñigo Méndez de Vigo, Spain’s Secretary of State for European Relations. See, only the bankers should dictate what is done, not the people, not the press, not the governments. According to Méndez, Brussels needs to oversee Spain’s and other nations’ budgets, economies and monetary policies. “We have to make decisions on an European level, right now,” added Méndez during an interview on TVE, Spain’s government funded television. “We have to assure the euro zone that here in Spain were are serious about finding a solution to this debt problem.”
“It is important not to lose sight of the intentions of this request for funds,” said Spanish Prime Minister, Mariano Rajoy, who insists that the bailout of the Spanish banking system is not a bailout. He sees it positive that the rescue will only apply to 3 banks, but he forgets to point out that the sum of money — $100 billion — is what makes the rescue alarming, not the number of banks that are being rescued. Under the current model chosen by the central banks, the adoption of debt-based programs to solve a collapse caused by sovereign debt, the scenario seen in Greece and Spain will be repeated in France, Portugal and the rest of Europe before moving to North America, where the financial implosion will take place.