Global control: Are we out of time?
The battle over the presidency of the United States will determine the fate of civilization. The financial empire created in London is teetering. Catastrophic collapse is on the horizon. Their own players are warning us that the collapse is imminent, as former German Finance Minister Wolfgang Schäuble said last week in reflecting on the mass of liquidity papering over the escalating debt bubble, which he himself helped create. My book The Coup D’état Against President Donald J. Trump contains the only way out.
Let’s study in detail profound truths about the global money system, known and understood only by a few, according to Banking Pirates of the City of London by John D. Christian:
Since many of the world’s biggest assets are not owned by individuals at all, but are directly owned by sovereign states and central or local governments on behalf of the people they represent, or bodies like cooperatives (often jointly owned by farmers themselves) – these assets must all first be “privatised” and turned into publicly listed companies so that they then can be bought up by multinational corporations and banks held by the Sovereign’s corporation sole.
Often a prerequisite strategy to privatization is that a country, city council, company, farmer or homeowner is first encouraged to get heavily into debt. The Bank for International Settlements instigates this by getting reserve banks, including the United States Federal Reserve, to gradually lower interest rates so that more and more borrowers allow a “mort-gage” (French word meaning “death-bond”) can be placed over them and their assets.
Historically, the trick is to gradually lower interest rates and make credit easy to get. Once the majority of governments, investors, farmers, homeowners etc. are mortgaged up to the eyeballs, then as the result of a contrived crisis, interest rates are then manipulated upwards until borrowers can’t service their debts – and presto, the banking pirates swoop in and seize all the assets that have been put up for security. It is as simple as that, and is the oldest trick in the book.
The modern privatisation process of the entire world commenced in the 1980s in the United Kingdom led by the merchant banks in the City of London. Where companies are involved, once these assets are fully “privatised” then agents of the Monarch’s central bankers who are in charge of printing or creating the credit can gradually fund and assist publicly listed banks and companies to buy up all of the shares of others until they end up, ultimately, owning the entire world.
Now if a sovereign were to privatise the assets of the world directly through to his own corporation sole, too many people would wake up and see what was happening. But if he indirectly did it covertly through hundreds of publicly listed companies and banks, domiciled in other countries, nobody would have a clue in the wide world what was going on or be any the wiser. This is now what is happening to the world and it is very cunning indeed.
In 2012, the Tax Justice Network estimated that between US$21 trillion and US $32 trillion is sheltered from taxes in unreported tax havens worldwide by the very wealthy, multinational banks, companies and corporations.
There are many numerous tax havens around the world, but the chief ones used in various ways by big banks and multinational corporations are in Zug Switzerland, Luxembourg (a conduit), Ireland (semi-tax haven), Netherlands (a conduit, semi tax haven), Guernsey, Jersey, Isle of Man (self- governing British Crown Dependencies), Bermuda, British Virgin Islands, Cayman Islands, and Gibraltar (British Overseas Territories).
Other leading tax havens include Andorra, Nauru, Samoa and the Cook Islands (mostly for financial services and banking) and in Dutch Crown Colonies; Aruba, Bonaire and Curaçao.
Other countries are used by the City of London Corporation as partial tax havens for specialized areas of trade, business and banking. A good example is Singapore. This tiny, yet leading global city-state and island country now called the Republic of Singapore, situated at the end of the Malay Peninsula, was first founded in 1819 by Sir Stamford Raffles as a trading post of the East India Company. Before the company was finally dissolved on 1 June, 1874, the islands in 1826 became part of its Straits Settlements and were ceded to the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland. While Singapore became politically independent and self-governing from Britain in 1959, it has always been controlled by City of London multinational banks.
Two of the biggest tax havens by far used by the City of London Corporation’s largest multinational banks, insurance companies and corporations (and the big Chinese banks and corporations that they control) are in the British Virgin Islands and Cayman Islands. The British Virgin Islands alone has over 500,000 active registered companies domiciled there to avoid paying tax and to keep the real names of the beneficial owners secret.
City of London Corporation tax haven
The City of London Corporation is the epicentre of a giant, intricate, global “spider’s web” of elaborate offshore tax havens which allow the city’s primary international banks and corporations to take over the wealth of the world without paying any tax.
These tax havens are not only about tax however. At their very heart they are carefully designed to allow all the big international banks and corporations (and the small number of elite individuals and families that control them) to escape the laws, regulations, taxes and legal jurisdictions elsewhere around the world while the names of the shareholders and true beneficial owners of the shares remain secret.
There is a profound connection here that most people who are only familiar with the surface of history have entirely missed. It has all been hidden in plain sight, waiting for someone to connect the dots. The full picture is now in complete view.
The victim of mind-manipulation does not know that he is a victim. To him, the walls of his prison are invisible, and he believes himself to be free. – Aldous Huxley
The views expressed in this article are entirely the writer's own.