After much gathering, it’s my opinion that at the top sits the Rothschild formula, pushed out to the world by policies and practices set by the Bank For International Settlements (BIS).
Policy is then carried out by the IMF, World Bank and World Economic Forum. Those orders are passed to the Federal Reserve whose New York desk executes the orders into the markets, causing all other global central banks to react, either in unison or against the grain. It all depends on their individual tolerance for their peoples’ pain.
That’s what we’ve seen throughout man’s monetary history. The last few years are no different. Geopolitical clashes have formed and are spilling over into financial markets at the same time as a new financial system and rails are being constructed. The battle is on many fronts, both political and financial. New rules are being set.
Rules that bring success and give power because that’s what liquidity crises do. They shuffle the deckchairs, consolidate power and centralized control into the hands of a few.
Control the money, control the people. Break the money, break the people.
Fix the money… fix the world.
This is a guest post by Kane McGukin. Opinions expressed are entirely their own and do not necessarily reflect those of BTC Inc or Bitcoin Magazine.