The Capitalism - A system of the Banks, by the Banks, for the Banks

It is well known fact that the rich goes to (physically or administratively) where they pay less tax. The private banks are there to help them. Being a rich is a good thing as long as everything is just and correct. The poor gets poorer and the rich gets richer is not a good thing because there must be social opportunities for the poor to get out of their miseries. However, the Capitalism of 20th-21st centuries doesn’t work this way. The Capitalism of today exist under one simple rule. The People pays and the Rich collects. Governments cannot do great things against this rule because themselves also need money from the Banks. Of course, not all banks are the same. The Bank of Banks is the one that controls the whole business, which is the World Central Bank – with its official name ‘the Bank for International Settlements (BIS) – located in Basel, Switzerland. 

The BIS is the most obscure arm of the Bretton-Woods International Financial Architecture but its role is central. John Maynard Keynes wanted it closed down as it was used to launder money for the Nazis in World War II. Run by an inner elite representing the world’s major central banks, it controls most of the transferable money in the world. It uses that money to draw national governments into debt for the IMF. The BIS is juridically untouchable by any government on the earth including USA, which means, the BIS is not the subject of investigation neither by international law nor by national laws as the BIS is fully protected by the international immunity that is signed by governments around the world. No wonder why Switzerland is rich.

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