Is Money The Root Of All Evil Or Just The Evil Banksters Who Manipulate It?
By Catherine J. Frompovich
One of the main issues, which ought to be up front and center in the 2016 election cycle, is that of banks and banksters running and ruining countries and the global economy.
Their money games are trickier than any sleight of hand or magic rabbit-out-of-a-hat trick regarding fiat money they force-feed upon everyone, except those at the top of an elite pyramid they’ve created for themselves at the expense of everyone whom they consider below their supposed ‘elite’ status.
In this writer’s opinion, here’s a perfect example of how many of the elites operate to keep their rigged system not only going—but thriving—and in control, thereby leaving no one to stand up to them, that is, except little Iceland.
Where was Cyprus’s political resolve and starch; how about Greece? Are elite moneymen/women (Christine LaGarde ) trying now to break Great Britain because of Brexit? Every country should be taking a page out of Iceland’s play book on dealing with banksters:
Iceland Sentences 24 Corrupt Bankers to 76 Years in Prison
Instead of doom and gloom, the flip side of Iceland’s drastic action everyone thought would destroy the country is that Iceland rises from the ashes of banking collapse and is thriving!
However, one politician—name unknown, but sounds British from his accent—is on video appearing to have had enough of “banksterisms” and spews his venom regarding central banks and their money schemes, which everyone really needs to hear, I think, as he calls the proverbial spade a spade!
However, the article Bankers Make a Mockery of the Law, and No One Goes to Jail exemplifies just what he’s venting about.
Sound familiar? Perhaps that’s why Hillary Clinton didn’t go to jail; she’s probably too chummy with Wall Street bankers and knows the ropes of the game played in committing money and political indiscretions that doom other unfortunates to pay for them, literally or figuratively, while the real big-time politicians and criminals get off scot-free, a la FBI Director James Comey . However, according to CNN Politics, “The GOP convention’s unofficial slogan: ‘Lock her up’  became a ‘mantra’ of sorts. Wouldn’t that be a hoot if it REALLY could happen—as that would show the elite controllers that the USA has a part of the male anatomy to do what Iceland did even to a presidential wannabee! Now that really would be change!
However, Bernie Sanders tried opening the banking can of worms but didn’t get too far with his Major Speech that has Bankers and Hillary Panicking. What difference does his speech make now that he’s endorsed Hillary for president? Furthermore, shouldn’t we ask what’s going on with the Clinton Foundation? [5,6]
In this review of 2016 presidential candidates on Wall Street and banking policy we learned of the former wannabe candidates’ proposals for dealing with the current obviously insurmountable fiscal problems smothering the USA. Perhaps – maybe (?) Donald J Trump has one of the better, if not the best, approaches offered, as he
- Would take power away from the Federal Reserve and allow Congress to audit its decision making
- Has suggested buying back government debt at a discount if interest rates go up
- Would repeal the Dodd-Frank Act, enacted in 2010 to promote U.S. financial stability by improving accountability and increasing transparency in the financial system, protecting consumers, ending “too big to fail,” and eliminating bailouts
However, The Donald needs to be cautious, as others who have tried exposing the money games that go on in high places aren’t dealt with very nicely. Did JFK’s Presidential Executive Order 11,110 get him in trouble, as it would have given the Treasury Department the explicit authority: “to issue silver certificates against any silver bullion, silver, or standard silver dollars in the Treasury.” 
$10 and $20 United States Notes were never circulated but were being printed by the Treasury Department when Kennedy was assassinated. It appears obvious that President Kennedy knew the Federal Reserve Notes being used as the purported legal currency were contrary to the Constitution of the United States of America. 
That certainly would have curtailed the scheme of creating money out of nothing by issuing consumer loans that made banksters probably richer than ever before and too big to fail, but has created more debt than anyone probably can afford to pay back (student loans?), plus a free-for-all spending attitude within the White House.
Will we ever be able to pay off the national debt, which is over $19.3 Trillion?  When one studies the U.S. Debt Clock, reality ought to set in that the USA definitely needs leadership that will not put us further down the financial rabbit hole, but institute programs that will make everyone pull their weight and implement what JFK said, “Ask not what your country can do for you; ask what you can do for your country.” Working at a full-time, paying job could be a good first step!
Isn’t it time for everyone to step up and do his/her part, especially the banksters who should stop being robber barons  or be stopped forcefully, like Iceland stopped their economic siphons?
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