When Bankers lie! You pay the Price!
One of the most transparent, lying bank masters on record is Jean-Claude Juncker, former prime minister of Luxembourg, former economic wizard of the European Council, and current President of the European Commission. Juncker happily bragged about lying. “When it becomes serious, you have to lie,”he said in a now infamous self-tribute.
In a videotaped economic conference in 2011, Juncker told his audience he often “had to lie” while running Europe as its economic superstar. Sometimes he truthfully told us why. “I am for secret, dark debates,” he said in 2011. It would “not be intelligent to draw public attention” to facts, he once told a top British banker. One chilling Juncker quotation admitted central bankers criminally manipulate a sleep-walking public. Most people can’t understand what we do, he said, so “we continue step by step until there is no turning back.”
Some former central bankers are coming clean, but Ben Bernanke is the holdout. Infamous for his 2007 assurance to Congress the housing market was solid and in fine shape a year before it collapsed, Bernanke when writing his autobiography to explain how he saved the world by printing and giving away trillions. He gets $250,000 of those dollars back for one-hour speaking engagements.
Central bankers are edgy. They recognize they’ve created disasters and want to distance themselves from the consequences.
In Washington in early 2015, banking officials from across the globe gathered to publicly discuss hot buttons like Greece, Iraq, and Ukraine. The New York Times reported the top subject discussed behind closed doors was Beltway “dysfunction,” quoting one central bank official saying the “single most important issue” of all the meetings was U.S. failures.
No wonder many of America’s top allies begun to abandon the U.S. economically. Great Britain, Canada, Australia, South Korea, France, Germany, and 51 other nations are clamoring to join either Russia’s Eurasian Economic Union (EAEU) or China’s Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIA). Both are designed to compete with – and eventually destroy – U.S. economic and military influence around the world.
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