"The prescriptions offered at the Rothschild summit will only lead to more exploitation, more tyranny, more centralized and less accountable government, more unearned wealth for the establishment, and more human misery. What humanity really needs are freer markets, honest money as opposed to cartel-owned central-banking scams, honest government, more freedom, more faith, and respect for individual rights."
A clear definition of what one needs to decide to go with. Integrity is a dirty word to the Rothschilds.
The New American
By Alex Newman
13 June 2014
Under the guise of re-defining and improving what they inaccurately called “capitalism,” top insiders representing institutions that control some $30 trillion in assets met at a Rothschild-sponsored “Inclusive Capitalism” summit in London to push what sounded suspiciously like global tyranny. From the IMF boss quoting Karl Marx to crony capitalist CEOs and central bankers pushing radical notions of “sustainability,” the globalist bigwigs consistently blamed what little remains of the free market for the horrific failures of socialism, central banking, and Big Government. Ironically, many of the attendees enriched by fleecing taxpayers via government were tripping over themselves to advocate more wealth redistribution and taxes.
The conference, held in late May, was convened by Lady Lynn Forester de Rothschild, who married into the infamous, unimaginably wealthy Rothschild banking dynasty that extracted much of its obscene fortune from humanity using the coercive power of government. Attendees and speakers included Prince Charles, International Monetary Fund (IMF) chief Christine Lagarde (shown), former U.S. President Bill Clinton, Bank of England boss Mark Carney, former U.S. Treasury Secretary Larry Summers, and more. Also in attendance: pension-fund bosses, Big Business CEOs, and other top figures representing an estimated one third of the world’s investable wealth. Among the “supporting organizations” for the summit were the CIA-linked Ford Foundation and the globalist Rockefeller Foundation.
While pretending to defend what they call “capitalism,” the crony capitalists behind the summit and in attendance were hardly speaking of genuine free markets in the traditionally understood sense of the term. In fact, the powerful attendees were referring to the Big Government system that has existed in recent decades — a plutocratic economic regime in which currencies and interest rates are controlled by privately owned central banks; where the fastest way to get rich is to buy politicians; and where governments squander around half of the people’s wealth on their scheming even in supposedly “capitalist” countries.