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The Anglo American Zionist Banker Empire. Colonialism Becomes Globalisation


Part 1: By Shawn Erwin: https://www.facebook.com/shawn.irwin4?fref=nf

World War II ended 71 years ago. Since World War II, the USA has killed more than 20 million people, that averages out to roughly 282,000 per year, 23,474 per month, or 782 per day. That eclipses any massacres that have occurred on US soil by a very wide margin. The USA has been at war about 93% of the time since 1776! The USA:
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interfered in Iraq - there is a war there now.
interfered in Syria - there is a war there now.
interfered in Libya - there is a war there now.
interfered in Yemen - there is a war there now.
interfered in Ukraine - there is a war there now.
interfered in Somalia - there is a war there now.
interfered in Afghanistan - there is a war there now.
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Covert United States involvement in regime change
1949 Syrian coup d'état
1949-1953 Albania
1951-56 Tibet
1953 Iranian coup d'état
1954 Guatemalan coup d'état
1956-57 Syria crisis
1960 Congo coup d'état
1961 Cuba, Bay of Pigs Invasion
1963 South Vietnamese coup d'état
1964 Bolivian coup d'état
1964 Brazilian coup d'état
1966 Ghana coup d'état
1971 Bolivian coup d'état
1973 Chilean coup d'état
1980 Turkish coup d'état
1979-89 Afghanistan, Operation Cyclone
1981-87 Nicaragua, Contras
2011 Libyan civil war
2011-present Syria We like covert actions that stir shit in order to justify military force.
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No pattern of behavior here at all, right? Washington is full of war criminals, they been destabilizing the world. This government has participated in more wars than all other countries combine.


The sun sets on the British Empire but not on the Bankster Empire

Part 2) The Patterns of behavior go further back than we think. What Shawn's summary above does is put into perspective the true cause and effect scenario with US interventionism.  With this in mind it quickly becomes clear that there is no interest in "Freedom & Democracy" here, only in removing regimes not friendly to US interests and propping up puppet regimes and Tin-Pot dictators to carry out US bidding.  But we have seen this before, have we not? Where else did we see massive Empire building on a global scale that was done in the name of something else?

The British Empire. They called it "Colonialism" to stir support at home for national pride when in fact the same banksters that are behind the US regime, Corporations and Israel were once behind colonialism.  It was also for the large corporations of the day and was backed by the same bankers and later became known as "Rothschild Zionism" IE Greedy globalization under corporate control parading as colonialism or Zionism of some sort.

The Rothschilds famously scooped the Crown in spot of insider trading when their courier mislead the British establishment into believing that Napoleon had won at Waterloo:


When the outcome of the Battle of Waterloo was won by the British, Rothworth took off for the Channel and was able to deliver this news to Nathan Mayer Rothschild, a full 24 hours before Wellington's own courier.
At that time British bonds were called consuls and they were traded on the floor of the stock exchange. Nathan Mayer Rothschild instructed all his workers on the floor to start selling consuls. The made all the other traders believe that the British had lost the war so they started selling frantically.
Therefore the consuls plummeted in value which was when Nathan Mayer Rothschild discreetly instructed his workers to purchase all the consuls they could lay their hands on.
When news came through that the British had actually won the war, the consuls went up to a level even higher than before the war ended leaving Nathan Mayer Rothschild with a return of approximately 20 to 1 on his investment.
This gave the Rothschild family complete control of the British economy, now the financial centre of the world following Napolean's defeat, and forced England to set up a new Bank of England, which Nathan Mayer Rothschild controlled
More here:
http://dwahts.blogspot.co.za/2015/10/all-wars-are-banker-wars-part-2-global.html

In 1913 the Banksters met on Jeckyl Island and began talks to Establish a Rothschild controlled Federal Reserve in the United States, paved the way for the the IRS and to hurry along the Income tax act that been struggling to get passed in congress for a number of years. Before then there was no income tax but it would be needed to fund the war machine and to tis day the figure collected by the US income tax approximates the war budget of the US.



The Federal Reserve act was passed by congress in 1913 as was the income tax act, and World War 1 started in 1914.  The US would be changed from the non-interventionist nation the founding fathers created to a nation of Empire to serve as a tax funded war machine for the bankers and captains of industry.
the sun may have set on the British Empire, but the sun oly set on the cover, the Corporate Zionist Warmongering Empire continues after discarding it used-up husk, it's a live and well as GLOBALIZATION and it's about to discard it's current host, the US.

Which host will this parasite next infect?

If you have not seen "Freedom to Fascism" by Aaron Russo, who also produced the banker/trader themed "trading Places" with Eddie Murphy and Dan Ackroyd in the 80's, then here it is below, it's a must see.




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