Sunday, July 31, 2011

The Politic of Banking

What business does the former Prime Minister of Britain have in banking?

"Advisory jobs such as the one Blair has accepted are popular among former world leaders. His predecessor as prime minister, John Major, took a position with the Carlyle Group, a private investment house, as did former U.S. President George H.W. Bush."

Of course advisory jobs are popular among former high ranking politicians.  To not admit the ties politicians have with banksters would be naive.  When banks have the power to create money out of thin air, it provides a privilege that no institution or individual should have.  Banks makes so much money because they have the power to create money out of essentially nothing by simply lending.

So many people in our country are fooled into believing that the Federal Reserve is part of the government when in fact it's owned by the largest banks. Is it any wonder politicians can be bought and who is doing the buying? Or that politicians can so easily transition into a high paying banking position without any requisite experience?  When there's doubt, there's no doubt.

Read this article with an open mind.  If you aren't suspicious, you should be.

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