Bismarck’s Remarkable Prophecy
Early in 1865 the London Times published an attack on the financial policies of President Lincoln, which are still as astonishing today as it was then, and which may have contributed greatly to his murder.
“If this mischievous financial policy which had its origins in the North American Republic during the war (1861-1865) should become indurated down to a fixture, then that Government will furnish its money without cost. It will pay off its debts and be without a debt. It will have all the money necessary to carry on its commerce. It will become prosperous beyond precedent in history of civilized governments of the World. The brains and wealth of all countries will go to North America. That government must be destroyed or it will destroy every Monarchy on the globe.”
The Times was not concerned about monarchies; what it was concerned about was the possibility that the United States might escape from the clutches of the international bankers. Bismarck knew exactly what this meant and in 1877 he expressed himself to Conrad Siem, who published it in La Vielle France N-216, March 1921:
“The division of the United States into two federations of equal force was decided long before the Civil War by High Financial Powers of Europe. The bankers were afraid of the United States, if they remained in one block and as one nation, would attain economical and financial independence of the World. The voice of the bakers predominated they foresaw tremendous booty if they could substitute two feeble democracies, indebted to the international financiers to the vigorous Republic, confident and self providing.”
“Therefore, they started emissaries to exploit the question of slavery and thus to dig an abyss between the two parts of the Republic. Lincoln never suspected these underground machinations. He was anti-slaverist, and he was elected as such. But his character prevented him from being the man of one party. When he had affairs in his hands, he perceived that these sinister financiers of Europe, wished to make him the executor of their designs.”
“They made the rapture of the North and South imminent. The masters of finance in Europe made this rapture definitive in order to exploit it to the utmost. Lincoln’s personality surprised them. His candidature did not trouble them; they thought to easily dupe the candidate woodcutter. But Lincoln read their plots and understood that the South was not the worst foe, but the financiers. He did not confide his apprehensions; he watched the gestures of the bankers; he did not wish to express publicly which would disconcert the ignorant masses.”
“He decided to eliminate the International bankers, by establishing a system of Loans, by allowing the States to borrow directly from the people without intermediary. He did not study financial questions, but his robust good sense revealed to him, that the source of any wealth resides in the work and economy of the nation. He opposed emissions through the International financiers.
He obtained from Congress the right to borrow from the people by selling bonds of the States. And the local banks were only too glad to help with such a system. And the government and the nation escaped the plots of foreign financiers. They understood at once, that the United States would escape their grip. The death of Lincoln was resolved upon. Nothing is easier than to find a fanatic to strike.”
“The death of Lincoln was a disaster for Christendom. There was no man in the United States great enough to wear his boots. And the International bankers went anew to grab the riches of the United States I fear that the International bankers with their craftiness and tortuous tricks will entirely control the exuberant riches of America, and use it systematically to corrupt modern civilization. They will not hesitate to plunge the whole of Christendom into wars and chaos.”
Unfortunately, Bismarck’s worst fears were realized and the United States is today, indeed in control of the International bankers through the Federal Reserve banks system.
Article 1, section8, United States Constitution mandates that only the Congress of the United States has the power to borrow money on credit of the United States, and to coin money and regulate the value there of. The Congress of the United States has no authority to delegate any powers, which it has obtained under the Constitution of the United States established by the People of the United States.
The Congress of the United States may not add, subtract, modify or change anything in the Constitution without the proper procedure being followed, that is to say, by an amendment submitted to the 50 states for ratification. Moreover, Congress cannot submit any amendment unless it is specifically related to a power that already exists in the Constitution.
As the Framers specifically forbad the establishment of a Central Bank, it follows that Congress had no constitutional right to pass a law that flouted the specific prohibition against a central bank, and thus, the Federal Reserve Act was null and void from the day of enactment, and in our opinion remains so, today
I fear that Jewish banks with their
craftiness and tortuous tricks will entirely control the
exuberant riches of America, and use it to systematically
corrupt modern civilization.
The Jews will not hesitate to
plunge the whole of Christendom into wars and chaos, in order
that 'the earth should become the inheritance of Israel.'" (La
Vieille France, No. 216, March, 1921)