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| some views (musical and poetic) about Wall Street
against the modern world
blood against gold
and gold is king
radio speech from Rome
#72 (March 30, 1943) U.S.(C24)
Brooks Adams observed that after Waterloo no power had withstood the power of the usurers.
We will try to maintain a distinction in our own minds between the production system, the system of
exchange of actual goods, and the wangles or corruptions of accountancy or the money wangles that
corrode both the system of production and the processes of exchange.
The page of the usury system which we are trying to analyze dates more or less from Paterson’s
perception that the “Bank” (of England) would have benefit of the interest on all the money that it creates
out of nothing.
According to Lord Overstone, everything rolled on merrily as long as the Bank actually discounted all
bills rising from legitimate transactions. Overstone is now considered an idealist among usurers. The Bank
according to him was there to “satisfy the true needs of commerce.”
But Sam Loyd thought up another one. He saw, as Brooks Adams puts it, the possibilities of the single
standard. He understood that as business and exchanges increase, the value of the monetary unit IN AN
INELASTIC money system, will increase.
That is to say, with the same amount of money and increasing goods, the goods get cheaper in relation
to money, and money more valuable in relation to goods.
He saw that a class or gang possessed of sufficient means could wangle a rise almost at pleasure, and
could doubtless run it to almost any length. Also maneuver a contraction of the fiduciary circulation. As for
example had been done in 1935, debtors could be made to accept almost ANY conditions dictated by the
The wangling of foreign exchange, that is, foreign money exchanges, were used for this purpose.
There is no item in this present talk that I have not mentioned in preceding communications, but the
historic importance of every one of these items is so tremendous, and the difficulty of getting them [in]
their sequence, their cumulative significance into the public head is so difficult that I should be justified
[in] repeating them ten times over. Kitson’s Bankers Conspiracy was written to show that extortioner
Loyd’s little perception had become the base of a system. A regular practice among Rothschild’s and the
rest of the bleeders.
The world was to be enslaved according to plan. Slavery consists in having to do uninteresting work,
at another’s bidding. The modern means of getting a man to work are lack of money, his lack of money,
and debt. Mr. Kitson quoted Mr. Lindbergh’s quotation of the now famous Hazard circular of 1862:
It will not do to allow the Greenback, as it is called, to circulate as money for any length of time, as we
cannot control that. But we can control the bonds and through them the bank issues.
The “we” naturally refers to the financiers.
The great debt, capitalists will see to it, is made out of the war, must be used as a mean to control the
volume of money. To accomplish this the bonds must be used as a banking basis.
They were. Lincoln said “and gave to the people of this republic (the U.S.A.) the greatest blessing they
ever had, their own paper to pay their own debts.” Lincoln was shot. The bankers triumphed. It was all
very simple. Some 30 years later another letter was sent to the AM. nat. (as they are called), the American
Dear Sir, etc. The interest of national bankers requires immediate financial legislation by Congress.
Silver, silver certificates, and Treasury notes, must be (note that imperative) must be retired and nationalbank
notes upon a gold basis made the only money. This requires the authorization of some five hundred
million to one billion dollars of new bonds, as a basis of circulation. You will at once call in one half your
loans. Be careful to make a money stringency felt among your patrons, especially among influential
businessmen. Advocate an extra session of Congress for the repeal of the purchase clauses of the Sherman
Law, and act with other banks of your city in securing a large petition to Congress for its unconditional
repeal as per accompanying form.
I.e., sign on the dotted line. Quote continues:
Use personal influence with Congressmen and particularly let your wishes be known to your Senators.
The future life of national banks as fixed and safe investments, depends upon immediate action, as there is
an increasing sentiment in favor of governmental legal tender notes and silver coinage.
One takes an example from Cleveland’s time rather than from Van Buren’s in the hope that some aged
survivors of the 1890’s may still dimly remember the actions referred to.
Mr. Churchill as Chancellor of the British Exchequer, the Cunliffe Committee, quite naturally paid no
attention to Kitson’s recommendations. And a few years, merrily, after the Indian farmers were paying up
twice as much grain to meet their interest payments and taxes. Naturally the usurocrat press supported the
Loyd system of altering the value of the monetary unit, right along from the day the newspapers were
invented. That is perhaps the main reason for having newspapers, especially large newspapers in
Newspapers govern the world, remarked the Conte de Vergennes to Mr. John Adams. The American
Bankers Association circular of 1877 reads: “It is advisable to do all in your power to sustain such
newspapers, especially in the agricultural and religious press as will oppose the issue of greenback paper
money, and that you also withhold patronage and favors from all applicants who are NOT willing to
oppose the Government issue of money.” Unquote. The quite exquisite spirit of illegality and treason in
these manifestations of the usurers SHOULD need no comment.
It takes five million dollars to start a daily paper of any size in the U.S.A. One should have ten million
to do so with any chance of getting a paper going. It is hardly safe to attempt it without twenty million, and
in that case you must be willing to “CONSIDER” the views of your advertisers.
Hence the totalitarian states, hence fascism, and nationalist socialist revolution.
The American citizen can, of course, appeal to his Constitution, which states that: “Congress shall
have power to coin money, regulate the value thereof and of foreign coin.”
Such appeal is perhaps quixotic.
"Sons of Europe arise!"
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