Federal Reserve Cartel Part I: The Eight Families

Federal Reserve Cartel Part I: The Eight Families

Dean Henderson (picture, left) excerpts Chapter 19 of his book, Big Oil & Their Bankers in the Persian Gulf,in five part series on the Federal Reserve System.  In part one, The Federal Reserve Cartel: Part I: The Eight Families,” Henderson identifies the players and it’s not as easy as it may sound: “the control that these banking families exert over the global economy cannot be overstated and is quite intentionally shrouded in secrecy. Their corporate media arm is quick to discredit any information exposing this private central banking cartel as ‘conspiracy theory’. Yet the facts remain.” The eight families controlling significant portion of world finance according to Henderson are: (1) the Goldman Sachs, (2) Rockefellers, (3) Lehmans and (4) Kuhn Loebs of New York; (5) the Rothschilds of Paris and London; (6) the Warburgs of Hamburg; (7) the Lazards of Paris; and (8) the Israel Moses Seifs of Rome “Eustace Mullins [picture, right] came to the same conclusions in his book The Secrets of the Federal Reserve,
in which he displays charts connecting the Fed and its member banks to
the families of Rothschild, Warburg, Rockefeller and the others,”
credits Henderson.

The Houses of Morgan and Rockefeller are highlighted in article, for our purposes, it’s enough to know, these two interbred eastern families and interests have folded together under Rockefeller name, at this point, in history.  Perhaps, more important, the average person needs an awareness of historical resentment of bankers and resulting waves of populism to seek remedy! Henderson describes average citizen’s point of view in populist wave led by William Jennings Bryan:

“Many considered them traitors working for European old money. Rockefeller’s Standard Oil, Andrew Carnegie’s US Steel and Edward Harriman’s railroads were all financed by banker Jacob Schiff at Kuhn Loeb, who worked closely with the European Rothschilds. Several Western states banned the bankers. Populist preacher William Jennings Bryan was thrice the Democratic nominee for President from 1896 -1908. The central theme of his anti-imperialist campaign was that America was falling into a trap of ‘financial servitude to British capital’.”

It’s a grisly truth our economic condition remains much the same and a tribute to ends Wall St will go to retain its grip on country’s financial future. The next wave that followed 1929 Stock Market crash illustrates even better our financial serfdom to Wall St power brokers:

“In the 1930’s populism resurfaced in America after Goldman Sachs, Lehman Bank and others profited from the Crash of 1929…House Banking Committee Chairman Louis McFadden (D-NY) said of the Great Depression, ‘It was no accident. It was a carefully contrived occurrence…The international bankers sought to bring about a condition of despair here so they might emerge as rulers of us all’.”

You may think parallels to today’s world exhausted, but consider a last excerpt from Henderson’s excellent article:

“Gerald Nye (D-ND) chaired a munitions investigation in 1936. Nye concluded that the House of Morgan had plunged the US into WWI to protect loans and create a booming arms industry. Nye later produced a document titled The Next War, which cynically referred to ‘the old goddess of democracy trick’, through which Japan could be used to lure the US into WWII.”

Aren’t parallels to current “War On Terror” to bring democracy to countries around world absolutely striking?  The present article doesn’t do complete justice to Henderson, but it’s meant as a Federal Reserve Cartel Survey 101. To use the words of the late Eustace Mullins to describe Federal Reserve, hopefully, so more people will come to realize, “it’s not federal and there’s no reserves.” A 2005 Maria Heller interview of Mullins remains excellent source for understanding the Federal Reserve. Do you wonder how an article on banking found a place on this website? You should clearly see, there’s a small cabal – a secret society – controlling our financial future, driving it towards servitude and serf status.  Our economy appears similar to state McFadden described nearly a century ago, he clearly believed it was engineered much as our present financial straits do today!

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