HOW THE BANKS CONTROL OUR GOVERNMENT
There is No Life , Liberty or Democracy
The Global Financial System Controls Humanity to the Hilt
In Australia, very few people realise that we have the incredible situation where the international bankers govern Australia. The Australian Government is nothing more than the servant or agent of the bankers.
As you know, the banks lend money to persons, small businesses and large corporations. But banks also lend money to State and Federal Governments to pay for their essential services such as defence, police, health, education, courts, social services, etc.
All major banks are now international banks. The Big Four are: ANZ, Westpac, Commonwealth Bank and National Australia Bank. Don't be deceived by the Australian names, Commonwealth Bank and National Australia Bank; they are not Australian, they have been taken over by international shareholders with no loyalty to Australia whatsoever. The Big Four, or the Gang of Four, as they are known, have an incestuous relationship with each other and co-operate among themselves.
The money to pay for these services is raised by taxing the people. But when the taxes are not enough to pay for these services the Government borrows the required amount from the banks and has to repay the loan, PLUS INTEREST. To pay the loan and interest the Government further taxes the people. The banks cannot lose because they have the taxes of the people as security for their loans.
This adds to Australia's ever-increasing debt to the banks, which places the banks in a very powerful position of authority over the Government. As a result the banks control Government policies such as immigration, multiculturalism, aborigines, free trade and many others.
The banks can simply say to the Government, “Do what we tell you or we won't lend you any more money.” (This situation is the same, whether in Australia, America or England.)
The government does not represent the people, they represent the international banks. Elections are only a farce, designed to fool the people into thinking they are electing their representatives in Parliament.
When a business corporation borrows big money the bank gets a “say” in how the business should be run. This is to protect the banker's money invested in the business. But like a business, no Government can borrow big money unless willing to surrender a considerable amount of control to the banker. (See the best selling book, None Dare Call It Conspiracy [NDCC ], by G. Allen, page 38, Concord Press, USA).
In the year 2001, Australia's foreign debt was $326.12 billion (Australian Bureau of Statistics, Balance of Payments; Cat. No. 5302.0; Table 35). It is even more now.
The Treasury Department advises that Australian taxpayers pay $20 billion interest on this debt every 12 months. Imagine the schools, hospitals, police, soldiers and equipment $20 billion would buy every 12 months!
You can control a Government if you have it in your debt. A creditor (banker) is in a position to demand the privileges of monopoly. Money-seeking Governments have granted monopolies … the monopoly which the international financiers most covet is control over a nation's money. ( NDCC [above], page 41).
Whoever controls credit, controls policy, and with it, power over and above the heads of Government. ( The ABC of Social Credit , page 25, by E.S. Holter; Heritage Bookshops).
Richard McKenna, former president of the Midlands Bank of England said, “Those that create and issue the money and credit, direct the policies of Government and hold in their hands the destiny of the people” ( NDCC , page 41).
Once a Government is in debt to the bankers it is at their mercy. A frightening example of this was cited by the London Financial Times in 1921, which revealed that … “Half a dozen men at the top of The Big Five Banks could upset the whole fabric of Government finance by refraining from renewing Treasury Bills.” ( NDCC , page 41).
Prominent writer, the late B.A. Santamaria, writing in The News Weekly, 31 st May 1997, said “Overseas forces, the IMF (International Monetary Fund) and the rest (the international bankers – Editor ) have simply said to our Government, ‘You are bankrupt, but we are prepared to carry you, at least for the time being, but only so long as you do what you are told. You must preserve the value of the money we've lent you by eliminating inflation, balancing budgets, selling off public utilities (assets), cutting wages and social services and maintaining a pool of unemployed to guarantee the policy. It's up to you.'”
Do you see the importance of that statement? The bankers are saying to the Australian Government:
“DO WHAT WE TELL YOU OR WE WON'T LEND YOU ANY MORE MONEY.”
The IMF is like the debt collector for The Gang of Four (international bankers) and the rest.
A country in debt is no longer in charge of its economic affairs. The private international bankers to whom it owes money demand the right to ‘advise' economic policy and that appears to have been the case in Australia since at least 1983. Since economic management represents such a large part of a Government's responsibilities, the relinquishment of it marks the beginning of the end of political sovereignty as well. ( Economic Rationalism - Disaster for Australia, by G. Strachan; page 5, Kalgoorlie Press, 72 Hare Street, Kalgoorlie, W.A., 6430).
They “advise” economic policy. In other words, the banks tell the Government what policies to introduce.
Writer and lecturer, Jeremy Lee, reports:
An ominous example of the pressure on this issue before which politicians wilt was illustrated in June 1996 – shortly after John Howard became Prime Minister when 100 international financiers gathered in Sydney to lay out their terms for foreign investment and lending.
Financial economist and journalist Peter Harcher described what took place: “As John Howard swept into the chandeliered banquet hall to address top executives of the world's biggest banks this week, he could hardly have known that a trap had been laid for him.”
“The bankers, the most internationally influential audience Mr Howard has confronted since taking office, had spent half a day discussing the price they would demand from countries round the world for bankrolling them.
“In an increasingly capital-thirsty world, international financiers, the commissars of capital, have become modern potentates (A potentate is someone who possesses great power – Editor) with the power to dictate policy to states (i.e. governments) which have long considered themselves sovereign. By the time Mr Howard took the lectern in Sydney, the speakers at the ‘invitation only' International Monetary Fund (IMF) Conference had already set out a check list of policies.”
“Most explicit was the chairman of the big US Investment Bank, Goldman Sachs & Co., Mr John Corzone, a former central banker, who was asked by the group to specify conditions for what he called the ‘inherently blunt process that leaves many worthy initiatives and investments without resources …'”
“John Corzone, from Goldman Sachs, laid out on behalf of those present the conditions they required for bankrolling Australia. Apart from continued privatisation, tax reform, removal of protection of (Australian) industries (tariffs), reduction in public payrolls and pension reform, the bankers required an assurance that Australia would not follow in an ‘independent' line with regard to financial policy. Mr Howard was compliant.”
Peter Harcher continued: “… Although Mr Howard did not spell out his full agenda, his Government is indeed moving on virtually all of the specifics nominated by Mr Corzone … He was, in short, pronounced credit-worthy in the great global competition for capital ...”
So certain is The ‘Gang of Four' (as the four major Australian Trading Banks are now widely known) that Government is compliant to its whims and will not challenge its monopoly in the ‘money printing' business, that its members have moved effortlessly into total domination in corporate Australia ( Australia 2000 – How Bright the Vision , by J. Lee; Pickford Productions).
For many years, Australia has gone deeper and deeper in debt to the international bankers. In 1982 our foreign debt was $23 billion. In 1993 it was $145 billion. ( Economic Rationalism , by G. Strachan [above]). In 2001 our debt was $326.12 billion.
$326 billion. And this is after selling off most of our public assets to ‘reduce' our debt! Imagine what it would have been if we had not sold our assets?
Columnist, Kenneth Davidson, writing in The Age, 29 th June 1998, said, “It comes to this: Only (Pauline) Hanson defends the nation-state. One Nation is the creature of the suffocating bi-partisanship of the two major political parties, who agree on the need to globalise the Australian economy on the terms laid down by the international capital markets.”
Money power is the greatest power … in the whole world. It is the power to give and the power to take away, the power to destroy and the power to create, the power to crush opposition or bestow favours. ( The Money Trick , by the Institute of Democracy).
In England, Sir Drummond Fraser, Vice President of The Institute of Bankers, stated, “The Governor of the Bank of England … dictates the terms upon which alone the Government can obtain borrowed money.” ( The Money Power versus Democracy , by E. Butler; Heritage Bookshops).
So, you can see the power and control the international bankers have over our Government and how our vote is meaningless, because it matters not which party is in (so called) Government.
The international bankers have no loyalty to Australia or the Australian people. They are international and have only two loyalties: profit and power.
World-wide ‘free-trade' (economic rationalism) benefits the international bankers because, instead of Australia producing our own goods at relatively high wages, we now import our goods from countries where wages are only a fraction of our wages. The bankers and the multinational corporations they control (through loans to them) can exploit the cheap wages for huge profits. But the result for Australia is massive unemployment.
High immigration also benefits the bankers because people come into Australia and will work for much less wages than Australians.
The international bankers ordered our politicians to bring in the GST. ‘Our' politicians saluted and said, “Yes Sir.”
They also ordered our Government to sell off our assets to foreign corporations. Assets such as: power, water, transport, sewerage, etc. which were owned and paid for by the taxes over many years of the Australian people. This is called privatization. The reason given for privatization was that by selling off Australia it would reduce our foreign debt.
The international bankers are getting a vice-like grip on Australia. But privatisation is illegal because there is no provision for it in the Australian Constitution, which sets out what the Government can do and can‘t do. Such is the power of the bankers that they can force our Government to do illegal acts.
The bankers also instruct our Government to adopt many other policies which are destroying Australia and making us even weaker prey to these international money merchants.
To conclude, the international bankers control our Government by getting it into debt.
A further benefit to the bankers is that the higher the debt, the more interest (money) they receive.
With the collaboration of corrupt, traitorous politicians, the international bankers have got Australia into massive debt. This has been done in a number of ways:
For many years our Governments have given billions of taxpayers' dollars to corrupt, brutal foreign regimes like China, Indonesia and others. They call this ‘foreign aid.'
They adopted a policy of ‘free trade' (economic rationalism – although there's nothing rational about it at all). By removing our tariffs they allowed Australia to be swamped by imports from countries where wages are very low. Our industries and farms went out of business because they could not compete. We now have to import many of our goods.
In 1953 the Government brought in the Double Taxation Act, which allowed foreign multinational corporations operating in Australia to pay little or no tax (as the Deputy Commissioner of Taxation admitted). Australian companies had to pay their tax and they could not compete with the foreigners who took them over or forced them out of business.
$400 billion profits flies out of Australia every 12 months. ( Austand's Newsletter , “Oznews”, August 2000; P.O. Box 173, Noosa Heads, Qld 4567).
The politicians also throw our money away on things like ATSIC (Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander Commission) which does not even benefit the average Aborigine. The direct and indirect costs of immigration and multiculturalism are huge. There is much more, but by now you probably get the picture.
In these ways the bankers have weakened us, devastated our economy and got us into debt and under their control.
As stated, in 1982 our foreign debt was $23 billion. It is now at least $326 billion, even after selling off (privatising) most of our assets, paid for by Australian taxpayers.
B.A. Santamaria again, “Powerful individuals and forces are making enormous fortunes out of the ruin of Australia.” ( Dictatorship of the Foreign Controlled Media , by J. Graham, page 17; Heritage).
The politicians are governed by the international bankers. That means, you are governed by international bankers.
In case you are wondering why the mainstream media doesn't reveal this breathtaking treason by our politicians, the mainstream media is also owned and controlled by the international bankers. Read the book Dictatorship of the Foreign Controlled Media ” (Heritage Bookshops).
The following quotations give us considerable insight:
“Governments do not govern, but merely control the machinery of government, being themselves controlled by the hidden hand.” ( Former British Prime Minister, Benjamin Disraeli ).
“The world is governed by very different people from what is imagined by those who are not behind the scenes.” ( Benjamin Disraeli ).
“The international bankers swept statesmen, politicians, journalists and jurists all to one side and issued their orders with the imperiousness of absolute monarchs.” ( Former British Prime Minister, Lloyd George ).
Imperious means to rule over in a severe, domineering manner; over-bearing; dictatorial; tyrannical; commanding. ( Macquarie Dictionary ).
Give me the right to issue and control a nation's money and I care not who governs the country.” ( International Banker, Meyer Amschal Rothschild ).
Mr Rothschild was not only above the law, he was the law!
We are now seeing the chaos and terrible suffering of the people in Argentina, with the banks, politicians and economy out of control. This is what is going to happen to Australia, perhaps much worse, if we don't control the bankers and politicians.
THE AUSTRALIAN PEOPLE ARE ‘GOVERNED' BY INTERNATIONAL BANKERS
That is why the world's richest nation ( World Bank survey, The Australian Newspaper, 20 th September 1995 ) is in this terrible mess.
There is a solution but it is beyond the scope of this small publication. But what you can do at present is to tell your family, friends and associates about this dangerous situation. Make copies of this report and circulate them far and wide. Use your initiative to get this information to as many people as possible. Ask people, in turn, to hand this report on and on.
The reason we have fallen into this dangerous situation is because this knowledge has been kept secret from the people.
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“Picture yourself as a person with enough money to make interest-bearing loans and becoming a banker. The more loans you make, the more profits you make, and the bigger the borrower, the bigger the profits! Along with other bankers, you have your hands on the ‘wealth of the world' literally!