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From the author of: The Survival Guide For The One Percent



Where History Can Be Hacked

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The Bank For International Settlements




Who is the Bank for International Settlements (BIS)?

Do Not Forget Their Name, and what they are:

It is the modern day steroid stuffing version of the Second Bank of the United States, and far larger than what United States President Andrew Jackson feared, when he stopped the rechartering of the bank. He considered the bank to be unconstitutional, on the grounds that the institution conferred economic privileges on financial elites, violating U.S. constitutional principles of social equality.

In a more modern way of describing the (BIS):    The (BIS) is an organization that, due to it producing, distributing, and lending funds to the United States, could influence policy, and possess a veto like power, greater than that of the President, over any legislation created, by our country's House of Representatives, and Senate.

The Second Bank of the United States's immediate reaction to the President's actions justified Jackson's point over the bank exercising excessive power.

In retaliation to Jackson, the bank's administrator, named Nicholas Biddle, retaliated, by contracting bank credit, and inducing a serious, and protracted financial downturn.




[1] Opens a window with a Wikipedia Bank War article
[2] Drops to the base of this page for a Wikipedia page link to the Second Bank of the United States.
[3] Drops to the base of this page for a Wikipedia page link to the Bank for International Settlements (BIS).



A reaction developed throughout America's financial, and business centers against Biddle's economic warfare. The Bank's decline, and fall ended in 1841, with the liquidation of the institution's assets. Jackson's campaign against the Second Bank of the United States had triumphed.  

Nicholas Biddle's attack upon, and the deliberate manipulation of, the economy of the United States demonstrated that a bank could, in essence, become a Clear, and Present Danger to the United States of America. Biddle's reaction to the United States government also demonstrated that he believed a bank's interest superseded the constitution of a democracy. If you looked up Narcissist, you might find his picture.

If you didn't find his, you would most likely find the picture of the Chair of the Bank For International Settlements.

Post 2008, the descriptions of the Bank For International Settlements (BIS) were changed significantly. Wikipedia, for example, made some text changes that made the Bank look more friendly. Recently, some of the less flattering information has finally returned to Wikipedia. Before I include some of it, you should know what this bank suggests to us all to be its function. More importantly, for all U.S. citizens, is to know about who runs it.

Propaganda from the BIS website:

Established on 17 May 1930, the Bank for International Settlements (BIS) is the world's oldest international financial organization. The BIS has 60 member central banks, representing countries from around the world that together make up about 95% of world GDP.



Please note the two components within the above paragraph:

Let's take a look at the first sentence:

Established on 17 May 1930.

From Wikipedia about when, and why it was established:

The BIS was established on May 17, 1930, by an inter-
governmental agreement by Germany, Belgium, France, the United Kingdom, Italy, Japan, the United States, and Switzerland.

The BIS was originally intended to facilitate reparations imposed on Germany by the Treaty of Versailles, after World War I. The need to establish a dedicated institution for this purpose was suggested in 1929 by the Young Committee, and was agreed to in August of that year, at a conference at The Hague.

Note, however, what it became:

There are few to no conclusive documents that demonstrate that any monies deposited into the bank ever reached the intended recipients. Instead, the bank developed ever increasing assets.

Evidence had been mounting, throughout World War II, that the BIS had helped the Germans loot assets from occupied countries, including gold jewelry, and any other items containing precious stones, from labor, and prison camp victims.

The most notorious incident was the Bank of England's transfer of gold looted by the Nazis, after their invasion of Czechoslovakia in 1939, to the BIS. The fact that top level German industrialists, and advisors, sat on the BIS board is ample evidence to understand how the BIS was used by Hitler throughout the war, with the help of American, British and French banks.

Between 1933, and 1945 the BIS board of directors included Walther Funk, a prominent Nazi official, and Emil Puhl, as well as Hermann Schmitz, the director of IG Farben, and Baron von Schroeder, the owner of the J.H. Stein Bank.



Now, let's examine the second sentence: The BIS has 60 member central banks, representing countries from around the world that together make up about 95% of world GDP.

The BIS is the central bank to all central banks, throughout the industrialized world. Even the U.S. Federal Reserve System is a chartered bank of the BIS.

The completion of the Eurozone, and the agreement for those countries to utilize a single currency, allowed a single central banking system to develop, and manage their described 95% of world GPD.

This bank sets monetary policy over 95% of the business activities, throughout the world. This also means the this bank's Board of Directors sets that policy. 95% of the world's business activities, throughout the world, is significantly impacted, by only 21 people. Only two of them are from the United States, yet these people sets the U.S. Federal Reserve's monetary policy.

The paragraphs above mention an American Bank in one of the sentences.

The American bank was suggested to be: The Union Banking Corporation (UBC) was a banking corporation in the U.S., whose assets were seized by the United States government, during World War II, under the Trading with the Enemy Act, and Executive Order No. 9095

At the time when it was shut down one of the members of the board was:

Prescott Sheldon Bush (May 15, 1895 - October 8, 1972) was an American banker and politician. He was a Wall Street executive banker and a United States Senator, representing Connecticut from 1952 until January 1963. He was the father of George H. W. Bush (41st President of the United States) and the grandfather of George W. Bush (43rd President of the United States) and Jeb Bush (43rd Governor of Florida).



The BIS became the central bank to all central banks, throughout the industrialized world. Even the U.S. Federal Reserve System is a chartered bank of the BIS. This bank sets monetary policy for 95% of the business activities throughout the world. This also means the this bank's Board of Directors sets that policy. It comes down to 95% of the world's business activities throughout the world is significantly impacted by only 21 people, and only two of them are from the United States.

There has not been a United States citizen elected as the Chair of the Board, nor a United States citizen elected as the banks CEO, since 1935.

United States monetary policy is set by the Board of the BIS, regardless of who is appointed by the United States President as the Chair of the Federal Reserve System, and the twelve federal reserve district banks.

twelve federal reserve districts

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Who are the present members, and Board of the Bank for International Settlements? The link to Chapter One of the series is below.








[2]Reference source: Wikipedia page on the Second Bank of the United States

[3] Reference source: Wikipedia page on the Bank For International Settlements

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