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David Chuhran

April 26, 2004

Politicians are fleas! They're just an annoyance. At least that's the way it is to the World's bankers. I used to be politically passionate with many deep rooted convictions about freedom, liberty, democracy, and the rights and wrongs regarding the interpretations of the US Constitution. As a matter of fact, I was so passionate I spent seven and a half years in the military willing to make the ultimate sacrifice in defense of our flag. Don't get me wrong, I still believe, because the framers' intentions were clear. They were escaping tyranny, not attempting to create it.

Unfortunately, even good intentions need to be financed and the graveyards are full of penniless, well intentioned men. Money rules the World. If you have the power to control the money supply, you control the World. That's just reality. Many passionate, elected politicians, who've stood for this or that, must have had a rude awakening when they were told how things really work. Sure, they're allowed to keep a pet project or two, because nobody really wants to starve school kids or leave anybody behind. Regardless of political persuasions, they all succumb to the powers that be in lieu of standing on their cherished principles. Once initiated, the options become clear, either expose the ruse and commit suicide while potentially collapsing the economy and harming your constituents, or play the bankers' game by the bankers' rules and accept the few bones thrown your way while affecting the outcome the best way you can. The politicians are the puppets not the puppet masters.

It's all about fear and greed. That's nothing new and we all know those are the forces that control the market place. What most don't know is that much of that fear and greed is controlled and manipulated. Greed can be profitable, especially if you have the power to move the markets, but front-running fear is the ultimate profit maker. If fear does not naturally and predictably occur, well then the bankers just manufacture it.

From the must read book by G. Edward Griffin,
The Creature from Jekyll Island:

"The rise of the House of Rothschild in Europe; the tradition among financiers of profiting from both sides of armed conflict; the formula by which war is converted into debt and debt converted back into war." [pg.217]

Once one absorbs the true meaning of that statement, many of the last century's armed conflicts take on a new clarity. Often times war may be necessary, but every time war is profitable for those financing the war machines. Griffin affirms this by saying, "...the tendency of those who reap those profits to manipulate governments into military conflicts, not for national or patriotic reasons, but for private gain." [pg.217]

Manufacturing war is a horrific notion. What truly evil forces would place personal gain above and beyond all else? And, what political puppetry would allow the ordering of human sacrifice in the name of profits? Here's the answer. The most damning testimony of this arrogant atrocity perpetrated on the World comes from the father of the Rothschild Dynasty, Mayer Amschel Rothschild when he boldly states:

"Let me issue and control a nation's money and I care not who writes the laws." [pg.218]

These bankers "care not who writes the laws." Not only that, they don't care about the laws themselves. They are loyal to no flag, no country, no constitution, and no people.

They are loyal only to profit!

"The Rothschilds often financed both sides in a conflict and were known to have great political influence, the mere sight of the red shield on a leather pouch, a carriage, or a ship's flag was sufficient to insure that the messenger or his cargo could pass through check points in either direction." [pg.220]

They didn't care who won. They didn't care about right or wrong. They didn't care about the dead or human suffering. They only cared about profit. Playing both sides ensured a continued profit stream once the conflict reached a resolution. The longer the conflict continued, the more profit to be made. In addition, the Rothschilds front ran the conflict's outcome. Most notably was Napoleon's defeat at Waterloo where Rothschild's messenger beat Wellington's courier to London by 20 hours. This news-ahead-of-the-news allowed Rothschild's agent the opportunity to bait-and-switch the bond market by beginning a panic selling spree as if Wellington lost. Once the bond market collapsed, the agent reversed course and bought up the entire debt. [pg. 227]

G. Edward Griffin's conclusions based on his study of more than two centuries of the Rothschild's involvement in armed conflict brings the "Rothschild Formula" into sharp focus.

1. War is the ultimate discipline to any government. If it can successfully meet the challenge of war, it will survive. If it cannot, it will perish. All else is secondary. The sanctity of its laws, the prosperity of its citizens, and the solvency of its treasury will be quickly sacrificed by any government in its primal act of self-survival. 2. All that is necessary, therefore, to insure that a government will maintain or expand its debt is to involve it in war or the threat of war. The greater the threat and the more destructive the war, the greater the need for debt.

3. To involve a country in war or the threat of war, it will be necessary for it to have enemies with credible military might. If such enemies already exist, all the better. If they exist but lack military strength, it will be necessary to provide them money to build their war machine. If an enemy does not exist at all, then it will be necessary to create one by financing the rise of a hostile regime.

4. The ultimate obstacle is a government which declines to finance wars through debt. Although this seldom happens, when it does it will be necessary to encourage internal political opposition, insurrection, or revolution to replace that government with one that is more compliant to our will. The assassination of heads of state could play an important role in this process.

5. No nation can be allowed to remain militarily stronger than its adversaries, for that could lead to peace and a reduction of debt. To accomplish this balance of power, it may be necessary to finance both sides of the conflict. Unless one of the combatants is hostile to our interests and, therefore, must be destroyed, neither side should be allowed a decisive victory or defeat. While we must always proclaim the virtues of peace, the unspoken objective is perpetual war. [pg. 230]

Amazingly, this was published in July 1994. What a disappointment the end of the Cold War and the first Gulf War must have been. Since then, the Euro has come into being. With England in the EU, did you ever wonder why the British Pound still exists? Did you know Saddam was selling, or about to sell, Oil in Euros? What do you think would happen to the US Dollar if the Euro was allowed to become even a co-equal medium of exchange for the World's most traded commodity---Oil? Why do you think France and Germany opposed the Iraq invasion while the UK supported it? Who is profiting from the US war on terror? Will this war ever end...or will it spread? Will the borrowing ever end?

You see, this is exactly the type of setup the Rothschilds want - "perpetual war" - and now they have it. At first, I thought the war was necessary, and it may very well have been, but was this a manufactured war? Only time will tell.

Finally, much speculation and confusion has erupted over the Rothschild's
announcement that it's quitting as the Chair of the twice-daily London Gold Fix. The Rothschild Dynasty was built on a golden foundation and they've been at the center of Gold since the middle of the 18th Century, so why did they decide to quit now at the beginning of a secular bull market in Gold?


True to form, have they been playing both sides of the Gold/Fiat Currency Wars for most of the last two centuries? Were they long Gold at times while also helping the suppressionists short, swap, and lease Gold while facilitating the derivative carry trade to allow the ascendancy of the fiat money regimes? Is all the Gold gone from the World's central banks? Do they see trouble on the horizon for the short interest? And, if so, how could they quickly abandon those interests while dropping their "unbiased" position as Chair of the Fix so they can fully participate in the profits looming on the long side of Gold?

I'll tell you how, just quit!

You bait-and-switch the Gold market and then gobble up all the cheap Gold before the bewildered shorts feel the squeeze just like they did with England's bonds after...


Apr 24, 2004
David Chuhran

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