Revolt with the Modern World
“For the sake of these rotten bits of wood that shone so finely in the night, we have thrown away everything that hitherto was dear and valuable to us, and have stuffed all our pockets with this lamentable trove.”-Gottfried Feder
“If I had to pinpoint a time where it all coalesced, I’d have to say it was in 2015 when I was made aware that Goldman Sachs was flying a Pride Flag on their flagpole next to the American Flag.”-Woke Capital
“The bank, Mr. Van Buren, is trying to kill me.”-Andrew Jackson
According to a recently-published paper by Andrew Baker et al., the City of London represented an astronomical £4.5 trillion drain on the British economy over the time frame 1995-2015. If the City of London does not represent the British people and can only represent a massive drain, then for whose benefit does it exist? Though technically not an independent nation, the City of London is a corporation with its own police force, its own representative to Parliament known as the “Remembrancer,” and its own mayor, unaccountable to the Mayor of London. The City of London Corporation is controlled by the Bank of England, which itself is controlled by the Rothschild family. Within the confines of the City of London, you will find the London Stock Exchange, branch headquarters for 384 foreign banks, headquarters of all British banks, Lloyd’s of London, the Bank of England itself, and The Crown, which, contrary to popular belief, is not the property of the monarch, but is rather managed by the monarch for the duration of their reign on behalf of the City of London. The subservience of the monarch is affirmed during a strange annual ritual where the monarch arrives at the entrance to the city and bows to the Lord Mayor before asking permission to enter his private domain. In addition to the aforementioned entities housed within the confines of the City of London, you will find that:
The City of London directly and indirectly controls all mayors, councils, regional councils, multi-national and trans-national banks, corporations, judicial systems (through Old Bailey, Temple Bar and the Royal Courts of Justice in London), the IMF, World Bank, Vatican Bank (through N. M. Rothschild & Sons London Italian subsidiary Torlonia), European Central Bank, United States Federal Reserve (which is privately owned and secretly controlled by eight British-controlled shareholding banks), the Bank for International Settlements in Switzerland (which is also British-controlled and oversees all of the Reserve Banks around the world including our own [Sri Lanka]) and the European Union and the United Nations Organization.
Whites today are confronted with a persistent guilt trip over “a legacy of colonialism,” however as with the deplorable treatment of the Congolese directly attributable to its private ownership by King Leopold as opposed to Belgium itself (which ultimately confiscated the colony due to the massive abuses visited upon its people), so, too, were most British colonies subject to the City of London as opposed to the British monarch. Only British-settled colonies such as Australia, Canada, New Zealand, and South Africa were subjects of the monarch—the rest were ultimately under the authority of the City of London and had no recourse to common law as British subjects.
Since well before the Rothschilds crashed the stock market to assume control over the Bank of England, private interests have been maneuvering to acquire control over the major financial entities that now control the majority of the world’s money supply and approximately 80% of the world’s wealth. Much of the IMF is controlled by the Rothschilds and a coterie of several dozen other persons; though 51% of the IMF is run by the US Treasury, the Treasury is largely controlled by that same cabal. In 1913, the Federal Reserve Act was passed by Congress, handing over control of America’s central bank to private interests. In 1944, the IMF and the World Bank were formed at the Bretton Woods conference to “regulate international economies and payment settlements” and to issue Special Drawing Rights. In practice, what this looks like is any nation that wanders off the neo-liberal plantation is subject to “international pressure,” even including the restriction of selling said nation food stuffs and/or foreign military intervention, and when the economy collapses, the nation is forced into accepting ludicrous interest rates and the World Bank / GEF can take the debtor country´s Wildernesses with their mineral assets as forfeited security on insolvency. No two situations are exactly the same nor do they always follow the same sequence of events, but we can see some common threads that often align with the tried-and-true World Bank-IMF modus operandi, also known as the Four Step Strategy outlined by former Vice Chairman of the World Bank Joseph Stiglitz:
Step 1: Privatization.
Step 2: All laws taxing trans-border money are abolished.
This is the repealing any laws that taxes money going over its borders: Initially cash comes in from abroad to speculate in real estate and currency, then when the economy in that country starts to look promising, this outside wealth is pulled straight out again, causing the economy to collapse. The nation then requires IMF help and the IMF provides it under the pretext that they raise interest rates anywhere from 30% to 80%+ austerity. This happened in Indonesia and Brazil, also in other Asian and Latin American nations. These higher interest rates consequently impoverish a country, demolishing property values, savaging industrial production and draining national treasuries.
Step 3: Market Based Pricing.
This is where the prices of food, water and domestic gas are raised which predictably leads to social unrest in the respective nation, now more commonly referred to as,“IMF Riots.” These riots cause the flight of capital and government bankruptcies. This benefits the foreign corporations as the nation’s remaining assets can be purchased at rock bottom prices.
Step 4: Free Trade.
The IMF is also granted a slew of immunities in the process: immunity from judicial processes and search, requisition, confiscation, or expropriation; immunity from taxation and customs duties; immunity of archives; and freedom of assets from restriction, regulation, or moratoria. In essence, the project is designed to turn us into perennial share-croppers, where no one may leave the globalist plantation. According to the Cato Institute, the U.S. government uses $100 billion of taxpayer funds every year to subsidize corporations through subsidies and grants, and this does not include the massive financial-sector bail-out in October, 2008 of $700 billion. Giant companies such as Amazon and Netflix pay exactly zero in taxes. Furthermore, in the United States, we actually have a regressive tax system, with tax cuts for the very wealthy, on top of the fact that capital gains are taxed at half the rate of labor. Soon we’ll all be serfs on the lord’s manor once again—very progressive!
I've been wrestling with practical alternatives or things individuals might do to extricate themselves from the nefarious web of global capital. Any direct armed conflict with the power structure is a fool’s errand; causing harm to the Establishment means being able to exist outside of it. I’m not talking about going out and fire-bombing your local bank. The global financial empire has created a system that exists almost exclusively in the intangible. So some dollar bills burn up? They’ll print more. You’ll probably get caught, and worse, innocent people will be harmed, and for what? No one person can kill this grotesque Leviathan. It has to be bled out. Crypto-currencies seem to be one promising alternative. Any steps you can take toward self-sufficiency are steps in the right direction (having your own well, growing your own food, etc). The creation of a parallel society outside (or as outside as possible) the bounds of the system deprives them of revenue and participation, no matter how small. Yet you are not dropping out, exactly—you are remaining engaged with your people and building durable, lasting networks and relationships. If you can get out of the cities—do. If you are able to home-school—do.
To ultimately defeat them, it is going to come down to whether or not we can a) strike a major blow (or more likely a flurry of smaller blows) to the inter-connectedness of global finance, and/or b) establish parallel networks and/or societies. The best outcome would be pro-nationalist governments forcing “independent” banks into subordination and accountability to the people, or even better, nationalizing the banks themselves. There are some very encouraging signs out of Italy, and even more so in Russia. As Gottfried Feder writes:
The entire monetary system should be under the state's central bank. All private banks likewise; postal-check banks, savings banks, and credit unions, all become affiliated as branch-operations. All credit for real estate is awarded only through the state's bank. Personal credit and commercial credit are mandated to private bankers under a concession from the state.
The relationship between bank and nation is at present completely inverted; countries are being treated as corporations, scrapped for parts, and if any nation wants to have full self-determination, it cannot be subject to the machinations of the predatory few. Those who fear socialism and aver to our present “free market” have it exactly wrong: the greatest danger is not the nationalization of banks, but the bankization of nations. What are constituents then? What redress of grievances do they have with a corporation or a bank, where they are not shareholders nor do they have a financial stake? How many nations have been victims of the Toys R Us model of asset stripping? How many more will be?
Just because Francis Fukuyama and other so-called “liberals” decided history was over did not, in fact, mean that it was. The notion is patently absurd. All that happened after the fall of the Soviet Union was the acceleration of neo-liberal global dominance. As Anton Fedyashin and Anita Kondoyanidi write:
[Solzhenitsyn] considered shock therapy reforms criminal. “So this is how this reform, which made no sense economically, began,” he told Remnick. “It showed no compassion toward people. The government never even asked what the people will do. Its own people live well, after all. Yeltsin said: ‘I congratulate the people for not rebelling.’ It’s as if I were to meet you in the street, rob you, strip you, and congratulate you for not offering resistance” (Remnick, 2006:181). Solzhenitsyn articulated his criticism of Yeltsin’s government and also proposed a pragmatic solution to Russia’s problems, in Russia in Collapse, which reiterated his belief that spirituality and patriotism were organically connected. Solzhenitsyn criticized both domestic and foreign attempts “to erase Russians’ national identity” by grafting Western values and institutions onto the country…privatizing the spoils of the Soviet economy under the guidance of the IMF.
Why do you think Vladimir Putin is so vilified in the Western press? Why is the nonsensical “Russian collusion” narrative continuing to be pushed after over two years of no evidence when the guilty party that is Israel actually interferes with our political system on a real, tangible basis daily? When our Middle Eastern foreign policy is literally just Israel’s? And by the way, speaking of the post-Soviet vultures who descended on the prone Russian body necessitating the rise of Putin for Russia to survive as a distinct nation and not a crippled, atomized patch of land existing only to serve global financial institutions and multi-national corporations, what do you think is happening in Venezuela today? And what, exactly, is the United States of America beyond merely a Jewish and global financial puppet masquerading as a country itself, just with the biggest dick, aka military, to swing around to do their bidding? To quote Lisa Guliani, “The United States isn’t a country—it’s a corporation!” Thusly if citizens are merely employees, the hiring and the firing becomes an exercise in padding profits—though with the added benefit of the largely-Jewish cabal getting to act on their millennia-long hatred of the European people. That such a large percentage of these individuals are Jewish is unsurprising; the halakha (Jewish law) bans interest-free loans only to loans made to other Jews. Jewish law allows for making loans with interest to persons who are not Jewish. As the apocryphal quote attributed to Albert Einstein goes, “Compound interest is the eighth wonder of the world. He who understands it, earns it ... he who doesn’t ... pays it.” According to the Institute of International Finance, global debt has surpassed the $217-trillion mark. For Michael Snyder:
Much has been written about the men and women that control the world. Whether you wish to call them "the elite", "the establishment" or "the globalists", the truth is that most of us understand who they are. And how they control all of us is not some sort of giant conspiracy. Ultimately, it is actually very simple. Money is a form of social control, and by getting the rest of us into as much debt as possible they are able to get all of us to work for their economic benefit… over the past 10 years, student loan debt in the United States "has grown 250 percent" and is now sitting at an absolutely staggering grand total of $1.4 trillion… The total amount of auto loan debt in the United States has now surpassed $1 trillion… If you want to own a home, that is going to mean even more debt. In the old days, mortgages were commonly 10 years in length, but now 30 years is the standard. By the way, do you know where the term "mortgage" originally comes from? If you go all the way back to the Latin, it actually means "death pledge." And now that most mortgages are for 30 years, many will continue making payments until they literally drop dead. Sadly, most Americans don't even realize how much they are enriching those that are holding their mortgages. For example, if you have a 30-year mortgage on a $300,000 home at 3.92 percent, you will end up making total payments of $510,640. Credit card debt is even more insidious. Interest rates on credit card debt are often in the high double digits, and some consumers actually end up paying back several times as much as they originally borrowed…Total credit card debt in the United States has also now surpassed the trillion-dollar mark. Overall, U.S. consumers are now nearly $13 trillion in debt. As borrowers, we are servants of the lenders, and most of us don't even consciously understand what has been done to us.
Ending the slavery to interest is not the end, though. We need to get control of technology and physical means of production, from factories to farms. We also need to rebuild families, neighborhoods, and entire communities. We have over one hundred million alien persons who do not belong here. We have foreign entanglements and Iscariotic leaders. We’re not going to vote our way out of this, at least not with the way the system is presently constructed. It’s not just consumer goods that have become cheaper—it is everything. Globalism has cheapened everything, from the value of citizenship to real and deeply-felt emotions and affinities for nation, race, family, and friends. Everything becomes ersatz and inauthentic, plastic and pliable, in the hands of these people. To truly grasp the problem before us, you must understand that it is not just a political, or even civilizational, struggle; this is the ultimate revolution against the entire rotten edifice of neo-liberalism. It is a revolt against enslavement to our vices and devices, against usury and debt slavery, against the selling away of our birthright for pennies. It is a revolt against Mammonism. It is a revolt against the modern world.