There’s a growing awareness in the general population of large-scale financial corruption by the global elite, or the 1%, if you will. This motivated us to write about it — INTERNATIONAL BANKSTER$, book five in The Underground Knowledge Series, has just been released on Amazon.
The Introduction from this book follows:
Since the Global Financial Crisis of 2007-2008, many people around the world have been questioning whether there are certain figures or groups manipulating financial markets behind the scenes.
This speculation intensified with the ensuing government bailouts of privately owned banking institutions ahead of the millions of citizens facing bankruptcy.
As a result, many in the West now regularly second-guess their governments and assess any “financial relief packages” or “economic stimulus plans” with a high degree of suspicion and cynicism.
Occupy Wall Street protestors show what they think of a corrupt economic system.
What certain corrupt politicians and so-called business leaders may have overlooked is that the public are not stupid, and what the average person lacks in specific knowledge of financial markets they make up for in spades with street smarts and life experience. That and the masses have finally caught on to what has been going on for decades, if not centuries, with the money men of the world.
There’s a growing awareness in the general population of large-scale financial corruption by the global elite, or the 1%, if you will.
Surveys have also shown that a big percentage of the public feel they’re being manipulated by corporations, banks, international interests and the media as well as by politicians who appear to have less respect for voters than ever before.
It’s almost as if the public sense there must exist within government little-known powerbrokers who are not for the people, but actually against them. Powerbrokers who are essentially thieves operating in the shadows and getting richer and richer at the expense of the average citizen.
Let’s face it, it’s a really perverse world where we have almost unlimited military expenditure to finance wars, where our governments readily bail out privately-owned banks with multi-trillion dollar relief packages, and yet politicians tell us there is not enough money to cover the measly costs of our own citizens’ basic healthcare, food, education and shelter.
As to the question of who is responsible for this gigantic financial inequity, the prime suspects are the banking elite who are clearly some of the most powerful and influential people on the planet. They shape the modern world far more than politicians do in our opinion. After all, money can buy administrations. Some would even argue money can buy elections as well.
As a result of the public waking up to these sophisticated undercurrents beneath the surface of almost every major financial fraud, bankers are now held in about as high regard as criminal defence lawyers, used-car salesmen, debt collectors, arms traders and even drug traffickers.
We trust all this justifies our usage of the word bankster to describe throughout this book the morally questionable banking profession. Bankster, by the way, is a portmanteau or blend word derived from combining “banker” and “gangster”. Its plural form, “banksters,” refers to the commonly acknowledged predatory element operating within the financial sector.
We should point out, however, that whenever we use the term bankster it always denotes a high-level banker holding a senior position in the likes of major Wall Street banks, the Vatican Bank, the US Federal Reserve or the World Bank. So rest assured, the bank manager at your local branch is not (usually) a “bankster” and is unlikely to have been associated with any of the explosive financial crimes mentioned in this book.
This book is divided into two sections. Part One outlines the problems we’ve identified in banking and finance, while Part Two proposes possible solutions.
The first section is necessary because in order to consider solutions the problems must first be identified and dissected. Many books in this “exposing corruptions” genre offer no solutions to the problems; we hope you will agree that INTERNATIONAL BANKSTER$ is not one of those.
In Part One, titled The Financial Overlords, we cover many of the major financial issues the world is enduring right now. Subjects include: the secret world of “black money” and the elite banking dynasties; the central banking system and the true nature of the US Federal Reserve; the less than holy financial activities of the Vatican Bank; the IMF and World Bank’s sometimes less-than-charitable dealings with the Third World; the austerity measures currently being inflicted on vulnerable nations like Greece; as well as the theory that the world’s money supply is essentially being created out of thin air.
In Part Two, titled Potential Solutions, we propose ideas for creating a fairer economic system. These ideas include: publicly owned banks; utilizing certain aspects of Islamic banking which may be compatible with Western banking systems; exploring whether capitalism and socialism can actually work in tandem; arguing the case to maintain but restructure capitalism; and predicting how cybermoney, or cryptocurrencies, will influence the world economy in the next few years.
We view the subjects covered in this book as being monetary issues on the surface only. In reality, they are humanitarian issues.
There’s more than enough money to feed these starving kids…So why are they starving?
Starving the masses of financial opportunities, sinking them in debt and cheating them out of various services their taxes should pay for, are among the greatest sins those in power can commit. These sins result in widespread poverty, unemployment, increased crime rates, homelessness, drug addiction, overcrowded prisons and a whole host of other social problems.
We hope this book will contribute to the growing awareness in the mass populace that there is, contrary to what the Establishment tells us, enough wealth in the world to fix most of the biggest challenges our planet is currently facing.
You have been reading an excerpt from INTERNATIONAL BANKSTER$. To read more go to Amazon: http://www.amazon.com/INTERNATIONAL-BANKSTER-Restructuring-Capitalism-Underground-ebook/dp/B015QN5RTY/