US Empire is Not the Money Power
April 13, 2012
Left: Medvedev holding up his proposed World Currency coin
The American Empire is the Money Power's
main competitor and the last
obstacle in their march to
by Anthony Migchels
It is a mistake to equate the American Empire with the Money Power.
The American Empire is just a tool, an expendable vehicle. Its coming destruction will allow the Money Power's to achieve its goal of global despotism.
The American Empire indeed has been very important to the Money Power and many people naturally consider the two to be identical. But they are not. In fact: the American Empire is the Money Power's main competitor for World Power and the last obstacle in their march to World Government.
The Grand Strategy is to have the American Empire overstretch and destroy itself by taking on the Eurasian Powers. Most conspiracy researchers would agree with this statement, but in real time it's always difficult to grasp the Money Power's elaborate schemes.
As a result, people all too easily equate opposition to the American Empire with opposition to the New World Order.
Overrating Putin as a defender of Russian Sovereignty is a clear example of this: Putin resists the American Empire, and therefore people believe he's a good guy.
He is not. Yes, he stopped the Oligarch's all too blatant rape of the remnants of the Soviet Union in a moderate Nationalist reaction. But just like Ahmadinejad and the Chinese Leadership, he is part and parcel of the Control Grid. And not only because the Ruble is an interest-bearing debt.
The aim is to have the Great Powers slug it out against each other. Putin as a faithful whore of the Plutocracy is doing everything to pit Russia against the Americans in the coming conflagration.
Supranational gold-based currencies are also widely seen as opposition against the New World Order. Nonsense! It is opposition against the dollar hegemony and thus against the US Empire.
REAL OPPOSITION TO MONEY POWER IS BARTER SYSTEM
Nations aspiring for independence would barter amongst each other on a current account basis.
Mutual debts would be crossed off. In this way they would not need any 'hard currency' at all. This is how Hitler traded with his partners. He had no gold and no internationally accepted currency, but he traded to his heart's content and acquired everything he needed without spending a dime.
In doing so he became completely independent from the international financiers. Some say this is what caused his downfall, but I don't buy that.
He was allowed to do this to build up Germany. It would have been impossible for Germany to execute the Second World War, according to the bankers' desires, had Hitler been saddled with conventional interest bearing currencies.
In fact, by destroying Hitler and his interest free economy, they almost destroyed interest free currency through 'guilt by association'.
Whatever really transpired back then, it is clear that scarce and expensive gold is not a good means of exchange. A barter unit is free of cost and always sufficiently available. Hitler's historical precedent shows it is not just an idea, but a workable fact.
Another aspect is that such barter schemes would allow each nation to maintain its own currency and thus monetary independence. The fact that all the gold-backed schemes of today have a supranational character is a clear give away of which force is really behind it!
As a result we can clearly and unreservedly state that these supranational gold-based units are anti-dollar, not anti-Money Power.
Conclusion: The US Empire is not the New World Order. The Anglo-American Elite is not the Money Power.
Those proposing either supranational initiatives or World War without pointing at the real adversary are the enemy, whether they resist American imperialism or not.
Anthony Migchels is an Interest-Free Currency activist and founder of the Gelre, the first Regional Currency in the Netherlands. You can read all of his articles on his blog Real Currencies
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Makow comment: Anthony makes some important distinctions here. The US and most countries are sock puppets of the Money Power. The central bankers control most cartels, think tanks, politicians and media. The US is their errand boy/mercenary. So in this sense, US imperialism is the Money Power. Nonetheless, that element in every country unwilling to submit to total central banker control (i.e. world government) will have to be eliminated. In this sense, the US Empire is not the Money Power.