Saturday, February 06, 2010


Beatrice de Rothschild's villa on the Côte d'Azur, France (

There are rumours of an Anglo-Saxon conspiracy to "do down the euro and distract from the woes of the dollar and the pound." (There is no conspiracy to kill the euro)

On 6 February 2010, the UK's Daily Mail reports about the euro:

"Stock markets tumbled worldwide yesterday amid fears that crippling debt levels in southern Europe could destabilise the euro and derail economic recovery.

"Portugal and Spain became the latest Eurozone countries to cause a panic among investors, as economists cast doubt on their ability to control their national debt.

"With Greece already expected to need a bail-out of up to £16billion from the European Central Bank, there are real concerns that the Eurozone may become unviable in its present form."

Meanwhile, on 29 January 2010, Ellen Brown, at Global research, wrote: The Battle of the Titans: JP Morgan Versus Goldman Sachs

According to this article:

1. At present there is an ongoing battle between the Rockefeller's JPMorgan Chase (Paul Volcker) and Goldman Sachs (Geithner/Summers/Rubin).

(N.B. The Rothschilds are often linked to both JP Morgan Chase and Goldman Sachs. - Aangirfan)

2. This affects pension funds.

3. The economist Murray Rothbard wrote that U.S. politics, since 1900, has been a struggle between the Morgans and the Rockefellers.

Goldman can borrow money 'at virtually 0% interest' and use it 'to bend markets to its will'.

A Rothschild villa, Schloss Ferrières-en-Brie (Mulleimers at de.wikipedia)

4. The voters gave Ted Kennedy's Democratic seat to a Republican. That gave Paul Volcker (J P Morgan Chase), chairman of Obama's Economic Recovery Advisory Board, the chance to propose some serious banking reform.

On 27 January 2010, market commentator Bob Chapman wrote in his weekly investment newsletter The International Forecaster:

"A split has occurred between the paper forces of Goldman Sachs and JP Morgan Chase.

"Mr. Volcker represents Morgan interests.

"Both sides are Illuminists, but the Morgan side is tired of Goldman’s greed and arrogance. . . .

"Not that JP Morgan Chase was blameless, they did their looting and damage to the system as well, but not in the high handed arrogant way the others did.

"The recall of Volcker is an attempt to reverse the damage as much as possible. That means the influence of Geithner, Summers, Rubin, et al will be put on the back shelf at least for now, as will be the Goldman influence.

"It will be slowly and subtly phased out. . . . Washington needs a new face on Wall Street, not that of a criminal syndicate."

Goldman, according to Chapman, "got caught stealing. First in naked shorts, then front-running the market, both of which they are still doing, as the SEC looks the other way, and then selling MBS-CDOs to their best clients and simultaneously shorting them."

5. Volcker's proposals to deal with these abuses were eventually backed by Obama.

The market then began to drop.

Financial analyst Max Keiser suggests a plot.

The threat is: "Back off on the banking reforms, or stand by and watch us continue to crash your markets."


Edo said...

You have the elite, and you have the ruling elite. They may give the impression that they're locked into battle with each other, but if some outsider threatens their position near the top, they'll join forces and kick him back down.

no different for banks, political parties, crime syndicates...

One would hope that judiciary would see an end to this practice, but alas, they too are elite.

Peter said...

More synthetic factionalism at the top... strictly for public consumption. no?

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