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New Deal for Illuminati Banksters

2002 - 6 - Eleven Point RiverWith economic indicators heading south again, President Obama should be thinking big and using his momentum to “flood the zone” during his State of the Union address tonight.  He should outline a New Deal-type stimulus package that will help the US economy out of the doldrums and he should get tough on the banksters that put us here.

The real issue underlying the 2008 economic collapse has yet to be dealt with.  Until banks began acting like banks and lend money again, instead of gambling QE1-3 at the commodities bubble casino, the economy will be unable to count on the private sector to pull it out of its downward spiral.  We need a massive New Deal to both provide work for people and to modernize out ailing infrastructure.

Consider the recent track record of the Illuminati Money Power that owns the Federal Reserve money center banks.

In early 2000 they created Internet IPOs out of thin air, ran up their stock prices, offloaded the shares onto salivating yuppie middle class investors, then burst the NASDAQ bubble, making billions on the way up and on the way down through short sales.

In the ensuing five years they ordered their minion bankers to loan trillions on overpriced real estate, packaged these inflated loans into real estate investment trusts, and created credit default swaps to ensure themselves against the imminent real estate collapse.  They then made billions shorting real estate.  In the summer of 2008 these parasitic job destroyers bought oil, food and gold futures, creating yet more economic bubbles and making billions more while the world’s poorest people literally starved to death.

As that commodity bubble was bursting in September 2008, Goldman Sachs and the other thieves had already exited those markets while middle class investors had begun loading up on the overpriced stuff.  Goldman and the others now shorted oil and made billions more as that bubble burst.

Lather.  Rinse. Repeat.

The banksters create money out of thin air through fractional reserve lending.  This allows them to loan out money they do not even have.  They have to create manias and bubbles to sucker people into certain sectors of the real economy when prices have peaked and the banksters want out.  When those respective bubbles burst, the banker can then call in the loan and “foreclose” on the REAL asset - be it a house, a farm, a barrel of oil or a company.  This is how these financial parasites make money and expand their power.

This is exactly what happened during the Great Depression.  The bankers created the crisis by abruptly ceasing to lend money, then calling in existing loans and seizing the REAL assets of the country.  They have done this over and over throughout American and world history.  This is why, for example, in 1900 nearly half of all Americans owned and lived on farms. Today less than 3% do. Why? Because the people’s assets have been stolen by these bankers. Mister small hog farmer in Missouri has, for example, been replaced by Morgan Stanley-owned giant hog confinements.

When you understand this, the 2008 “credit crisis” takes on a new and more sinister meaning.  The Illuminati bankers have created this credit crisis as a means to further consolidate their power.  That is why JP Morgan Chase, Bank of America, Wells Fargo and Citigroup – the Four Horsemen of banking in my book Big Oil & Their Bankers… – received the spoils of the recent “crisis” which included the assets of Bear Stearns, Merrill Lynch, Washington Mutual, Countrywide, Wachovia, et al.  This is why they were also the biggest recipients of TARP money.  You bought those assets for them.   It was the greatest bank robbery in American history.

How Obama handles these age-old robber barons in his second term will be critical to how and when we come out of this downturn.  For despite their recent power grab these people are not omnipotent.  They have overreached in their greed and have been exposed then their is opportunity. This is where we find ourselves now.

If we are to create real change in America we must deal with these bankers.  The Four Horsemen of banking should each be nationalized.  So should Goldman and the other Wall Street vultures.  Since they comprise most of the New York and San Francisco Federal Reserve banks, this would constitute a Fed nationalization, something both Abraham Lincoln and John F. Kennedy attempted to do shortly before each was assassinated.

A note to the Obama skeptics out there who, despite lacking any evidence of his Illuminati/Mason/banker associations, think the man is just another Establishment shill:  If he musters up the guts to push for a New Deal, while simultaneously taking these bankers on, swallow your pride and get behind him quickly.  There is safety in numbers and he will need all of us to have his back.

Dean Henderson is the author of five books: Big Oil & Their Bankers in the Persian Gulf: Four Horsemen, Eight Families & Their Global Intelligence, Narcotics & Terror Network, The Grateful Unrich: Revolution in 50 Countries, Das Kartell der Federal Reserve, Stickin’ it to the Matrix & The Federal Reserve Cartel.  You can subscribe free to his weekly Left Hook column @

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35 thoughts on “New Deal for Illuminati Banksters

  1. “Loan out money they don’t even have”. No, no…. that’s inaccurate. They lend out MONEY THAT DOESN’T EVEN EXIST.

    Posted by William Burke | February 12, 2013, 2:11 pm
  2. ahh Dean, unfortuneately I believe you’ve fallen victim to the “talking head” that we (self included) elected to hold the reigns of our country. The “dream” was shattered for me on the day we launched 200 plus cruise missiles into Libya to “assist” the “rebel”. I’ll always remeber the rebel soldier weraring ray-ban sunglasses in the newsreel. He probably got them at the sunglass- hut that morning on his way to a free and democratic Libya. In my eyes I see business as usual for the military/industrialist complex Eisenhower had warned us about. Obama’s cabinet picks, although agreeable will do nothing more than give our elected officials something to argue about as we await the next “terrorist” attack on the nation. Lord help us because its gonna be a doozy. As I recently read, we all have a better chance of drowning in our own bathtubs than we have of dying at the hands of an Islamist extremist. Love reading your posts and I fancy I’d enjoy a visit with you someday. greg

    Posted by greg armstrong | February 12, 2013, 3:40 pm
  3. We have the republicans and the bankers and corporations on the right and Obama and the socialist/Communist party on the left. We have government employees on one side and the rest of us on the other. We have the worlds largest Army (American Hunters) with us and The new Pope Peter coming with the AntiChrist living in these times. We are heading for a revolutionary war with the people against the elitist. Hopefully the standing Army will not try to enforce the banksters unconstitutional laws and will join us to take back America.

    Posted by Gary Wolfer | February 12, 2013, 6:47 pm
    • It is more accurate to regard the 100% corrupt political system as:
      1-party, 2-name, zionist-owned racketeering

      Traitorous republican’ts and God-less demonrats are the same unconscionable, inhuman things. They’re monsters. All of us need to see this evermore obvious Truth. To preserve humankind.

      Posted by Chris | February 14, 2013, 3:28 am
  4. Dean, I would be more than happy to get behind a plan like this but it seems even more far fetched and unlikely to happen than Ron Paul winning the Presidency and ending the fed, legalizing hemp, creating sound money policy, and retracting our empire.

    Obama has actually done more than Bush to expand the military industrial complex. The drones are already at work around the USA. His entire national security council and most of his administration are CFR members and they (including the Justice Dept) have purposely ignored all of the massive banking fraud, from LIBOR to MF Global to gold and silver manipulation.

    Posted by Twisted Politix (@TwistedPolitix) | February 12, 2013, 7:46 pm
  5. U got it wrong. it is CRIMINALITY not illuminati
    u elect zionised mafiosi and expect these murderous gangs to behave different?

    Talk about dumb drugged down fed crass kitschy entertainment population

    Posted by Guest | February 13, 2013, 4:09 am
  6. Dean, I agree but Obama is NOT theman. Do not be deceived! He, the communist from Kenya has already should his hand. America willbe destroyed. Ron Paul was the only hope and he later quit.

    Posted by Peter | February 13, 2013, 5:41 am
  7. So Dean,

    You want to nationalize these institutions? That would lead to communism wouldn’t it? Why don’t we instead revisit the idea that anything is “too big to fail” and let these banks crash down and have responsible credit unions and smaller savings and loan banks take their place. Having the inept government run these institutions is a sure fire way to kiss what little free enterprise exists in the market today. Jail the bankers, restore justice and equality.

    Posted by Mr. Wise | February 13, 2013, 12:17 pm
    • @ Mr. Wise
      Best comment so far. I’m mostly with you. Have 2 minor modifications to your action plan: unwind and behead.

      1) As for re-visiting “too big to fail”, the best thing is to raid these dens of iniquity to expedite their long overdue failure by “unwinding” their FRAUDULENT derivatives, credit default swaps, etc., etc., ad nauseam, and

      2) Scoop up the parasitic financial terrorists and behead them. That is Justice; not jail. Then repatriate the loot they’ve plundered. Try make pillaged victims whole again.

      No mercy for these hogs (“pigs” in Orwell’s “Animal Farm”). Slaughter them as they’ve been doing to all humankind for centuries.

      Posted by Chris Mitchell | February 14, 2013, 3:06 am
    • I always claim that I learned three things in elementary school, China (communism) bad, unions good, and we have laws to prevent monopolies and encourage a competitive market.
      disclaimer: greg is NOT a rocket scientist

      Posted by greg armstrong | February 14, 2013, 10:30 am
  8. I am really quite surprised to see somebody who knows about the jewish banking mafia express any hope in usurper Obama whose whole cv is fake.

    We must destroy the jewish criminal network so we can create a new society where merit is the key to decision making posts as opposed to being a traitor jew.

    Posted by Bugler | February 13, 2013, 12:38 pm
  9. As though Obama controls something? He just does as he is told. Want to know how he will deal with the banks Dean? Then look to his past dealings with the banks and you will see his future dealings with these same hucksters. Don’t imagine that a book is complex when it is an open book that has been opened right before the worlds eyes. Obama will do as his owners task him to do.Want to know how he will perform in the future, then look at his past history. There is your simple, yet truthful answer. Obama runs absolutely nothing( as all past presidents before him) and is an actor in an orators role that is a directed play from a teleprompter. I can’t watch any of these politicians/fake actors without feeling utter disgust.

    Posted by Kate | February 13, 2013, 12:38 pm
  10. Will Obama take on the bank-sters and nationalize the FED? You’re dreaming. If he tried, the Zionists would kill him.

    Posted by Randy | February 13, 2013, 3:05 pm
  11. It’s really very crucial to understand that the problem is NOT that they create money out of nothing. That’s just a good invention.

    The problem is, that they create this credit and then lend it out against predatory interest rates. Take for instance a mortgage: after 30 years you pay 300k interest over a 200k loan @5%. That means you pay 300k for pressing a few computer buttons.

    So remember this: the Problem is not Debt, it’s Interest!

    Posted by Anthony Migchels | February 13, 2013, 3:42 pm
    • Hi Anthony,
      It’s a good start, but to dislodge this form of lending at interest, or ‘renting money’ (It’s such a sleight of hand, to conflate the concept of ‘renting’ which is usually associated with something that has a real value with money, which is produced by debt and thus has an intrinsic negative value.) you have to disband so many other interlocking industries and interests that have made their fortunes through the present financial system that to attack only even the principle cause, usury, would not be enough to change the system.
      I remember a quote that says something along the lines that even if you took all the accumulated wealth away from the bankers but left them the ability to create money from debt they would gain it all back with the stroke of a pen.
      Even if they couldn’t charge interest they would find another way to enslave us through the manipulation of derivatives, or futures, or stocks and shares, etc.
      I’m afraid we are confronted with a crisis of conscience. How much do we want to speak and how much are we prepared to listen?
      I see a lot of theory but we live in a world of practice. The two invariably are only similar when the theory is first put into practice. After the time factor kicks in it causes an inevitable increasing complexity of any system as it seeks to dominate all the rest. This is what systems do, try to displace all other systems.
      As long as people keep relying on government institutions and private corporations in the way we have for the past couple of centuries we got no hope of extricating ourselves from this system of exploitation.
      I read with interest your blog when I can and find the comments section instructive in that their are people who believe they are right and believe that their theoretical positions will bear practical fruit without recognizing they become very different beasts just by being applied to an open ended system which is what civilization is.
      I am coming to the position that we need a world-wide consciousness shift before we can get off this merry-go-round.
      But with a News Ltd TV in almost every corner of at least one room in every house, that conscience shift could be a long way off.
      P.S. I see that money in this system does have an intrinsic value of zero in that the value and debt are born of the same root number, Zero. The rest is just double entry book-keeping. What a simple but effective con when controlled in a monopoly situation because everyone who is not in on the con is made to believe that only one of those book entries has any impact on them.
      Cheers Anthony. See you back at real currencies sometime soon.

      Posted by horserotovator | December 27, 2013, 11:56 pm
      • @horserotovator:
        Bear with me while I try to make sense of your post without trying to put words in your mouth,

        Stopping the manufacturing of “rented money” conjured up by black-magic banksters that then loan said black-magic money at usury rates — well, you wrote that stopping such fraud won’t fix anything!!! Why? Because of the entwining/ensnaring of all other entities (people & businesses, including fictional non-person corporations ~ recently ruled by the unjust, now mostly zionist, SCOTUS supremes to unfairly wield super-citizen Rights).

        As I try to divine & fathom the meaning of your words, I’m not sure I can interpret them! No offense intended, but they read like pseudo-intellectual sophistry (“mumbo jumbo”) akin to flaming libtard-speak (in add to the Orwellian “newspeak” vocabulary. I’m unsure I’ve fully tuned into your meaning. However, I do agree with your assessment that TV is toxic, and with the consciousness shift humankind needs to undergo.

        But, I disagree that everything is inextricably weaved hopelessly together. So long as the victim isn’t yet terminally ill, stop taking the poison and recovery & wellness is practically ensured.

        Strip the black-magic money manufacturers of their black magic (AND their monstrous heads, after speedy trials for global fraud and economic terrorism against & enslavement of humankind). Then return to a system that allows true value regarding wealth. In England’s history, the “tally stick” enabled this. Check it out. Counterfeiting was impossible, ergo, so was black-magic ‘money’ manufacturing. Even if humankind does not use sticks, modern-day alternatives exist to create one-of-a-kind monetary instruments. They need not be all the same (e.g., sticks), and shouldn’t be silver, gold or precious metals the predators will scheme & scam to hoard.

        Meanwhile, players (capitalists that aren’t predatory) in those ensnared industries that really want to extricate themselves and progress into a brighter future (which they will help create) for humankind can make smooth transitions into peaceful and/or environmental-friendly business endeavors. For example, GENOCIDAL/MASS MURDERER, war industrialists can convert to making vehicles and devices that serve humankind instead of exterminating it. Not a difficult transition after corrupt & criminal power brokers are deleted.

        Posted by antarctican | December 28, 2013, 3:51 pm
      • @ antarctican

        I will have to reply here antarctican, as it would seem there is no reply box under your reply. You said in part;

        “As I try to divine & fathom the meaning of your words, I’m not sure I can interpret them! No offense intended, but they read like pseudo-intellectual sophistry (“mumbo jumbo”) akin to flaming libtard-speak (in add to the Orwellian “newspeak” vocabulary. I’m unsure I’ve fully tuned into your meaning.

        What can I say to that? This is your opinion of what I have written and you just call it names without taking my words and analyzing them properly. Just to say that you can’t understand what I’m getting at so it must be mumbo-jumbo is being contemptuously dismissive. To add that I exhibit a ‘pseudo’ (false) intellect is just plain insulting.

        I’m sorry antarctican, but I have no desire to enter into any kind of intellectual debate with you over the merits of ‘Tally-Sticks’ when you preface your argument with such Hubris.

        Besides, I doubt very much the tally stick will catch on in the bear pits and board rooms. But please, go ahead, promote your alternate schemes of currency and don’t bother to address what I think are valid criticisms of just thinking another ‘system’ is going to work.

        And if the Tally-stick was so effective, why are we not still using it????

        Cheers and good tidings.

        Posted by horserotovator | December 29, 2013, 12:33 am
      • This whole internet is just a shills paradise, ain’t it? Delete my reply will you? You’re all a bunch of egomaniacs. What a joke!

        Posted by horserotovator | December 29, 2013, 6:29 am
      • I give in. One minute my comment is online the next it’s not. Then it is again. I give up on this whole exercise. Good luck with the brave new world you all envisage. Don’t forget to write. We all know that when the grown ups get control we’ll all be OK! Ha! I must be a dinosaur and should just quietly await my extinction.

        Posted by horserotovator | December 29, 2013, 6:34 am
  12. The Good thing about pyramids is that on the top are only a handful of people. You fight pyramids from the top down, not from the bottom up.

    Posted by Ocko von Dornum | February 13, 2013, 10:07 pm
  13. Dean, your analysis is quite sharp and I concur . . . until you toot obamassiah’s {swoon, faint} horn. The far end of its horns are rooted in hell ~ it’s true inhuman home and origin. Please rethink a bit about the vast BO stench emanating from Cesspool, DC.

    “By their fruits ye shall know them.” — Jesus Christ, paraphrased

    Posted by Chris | February 14, 2013, 3:21 am
  14. Dean, given how insightful a lot of your analysis is, I can’t believe that you think that there’s a chance that Obama will fight back against the Illuminati. They’re his boss! If he fights them, he’s out of a job.

    If you think that Obama has any redeeming qualities, you’ve deceived yourself.

    Posted by Andrew | February 14, 2013, 11:55 pm
  15. Damn good synopsis of the current state of the game Dean. If a man is known by his enemies then these reasonless(above) Obama haters attest to his superior and wise handling of the executive office. i remember Obama taking the bankers on when he first got in office by putting regulations on the Bush gifts to them, and even causing money to be paid back, but i don’t bother to mention it . He also took them on with restructuring the college loans, this cannot be pounded into closed minds either.By the way i hear that college loans were to the tune of a trillion debt for the students, . That would be to who? yep! I would bet” if i had anything to bet with” that Obama hits the banksters where it hurts again before he’s done.

    Posted by Ron Norris | February 17, 2013, 1:43 pm
    • let me see, Obama really hurt the banker when the FED gave 16 trillion away to them and continues to do so and Obama renominated Bernake. Obama is really hurting the bankers…not!

      Posted by Peter | February 17, 2013, 4:02 pm
      • Sorry Pete, but that money was handed over by your buddy GW, via Sec. of Treasury Hank Paulsen of Goldman Sachs, before Obama ever took office. Geez, and he’s not even from Kenya…

        Posted by Dean Henderson | February 17, 2013, 6:07 pm
      • Disagree. GB started but Mr. Obama finished it and he renominated the criminal central banker again. What has he done other than being against Israel that is good? He is not against Israel because for the good of the US but because of his muslim sympathies and to destroy all those PRO-American dictators and replace them with the Muslim brotherhood. Fatcs speak for themselves. Surprising someone so sharp in political undertanding can be so ignorant on the biggest traitor to reside in the white house. I left America over a year ago because of this (to Germany)

        Posted by Peter | February 18, 2013, 12:40 am
  16. Dean, would be interested if you addressed Peter’s comment. I for one agree with Peter. What say you?

    Posted by allen jue | February 20, 2013, 9:03 pm
    • First off, all you Obama haters (I know it’s very fashionable) should re-read the article. There isn’t one single pro-Obama statement in the entire piece, just my ideas of what he SHOULD do and then one BIG question at the end that must have gotten under your collective right-wing skin. If Pete likes “PRO-American dictators”, thinks Israel is our buddy and the President is a dangerous Kenyan Muslim traitor, then it’s best he has patriotically moved to Germany. Read the archives. I’ve written plenty of articles critical of Obama policies, but that’s different than irrational fear and hatred based on…well you tell me? From my point of view, the further this country moves from Europe the better. Our best days are ahead of us and it won’t involve Kings & Queens, serfdom or sharecropping. I’ll be here in the land I love trying to get at the truth, regardless of popularity. America – Love it or Leave it. Gosh, where have I heard that before…

      Posted by Dean Henderson | February 20, 2013, 11:04 pm
      • Dean, thank you for your timely response, you didn’t have to open up both barrels on me in your first sentence, I do not fancy myself as a right-winger as I am an Independent basically a moderate in social matters and fiscally conservative. My father emigrated from China in 1928, settled in California under the mentor-ship of his uncle. He had five children, all university educated, as one of his strongest beliefs was higher education whereby he didn’t have that opportunity in his life. I am a retired bank chairman living in Hawaii. So I do know a little bit about President Obama.

        As a banker, I am keenly interested in banking history and banking families such as Rothschild, Rockefeller, Morgan, etc. I have read many articles and books but I must say that your book, Big Oil and Their Bankers in the Persian Oil is written on parallel to a textbook. Very simple in layman’s words that anyone can follow the progression of the facts you were trying to lay out to the reader. You did a great job and service to us that are looking for the truth. The large percentage of folks does not have a clue of how their lives are affected and controlled by the powerful money centers. I just started, Gary Allen’s Rockefeller File.

        To get back to Obama, it’s not only him, but the entire political process has been so diametrically at odds there isn’t much in the way of any governance for the people that I can see. I wonder if term limits will change the atmosphere any? And will there ever be a law passed for term limits or is that cutting their own throats?

        Due to the recent actions of Germany, I wonder if they will ever audit our gold reserve in New York and Fort Knox. If there is a run on gold from other countries, it will be very interesting to say the least. Think the financial crisis of 2008 was bad, we haven’t seen anything yet. I am very much impressed with Jim Sinclair, if you are not familiar with him, Google his name.

        Maybe One World Currency and Power is not a Fantasy vision not far off in the future, maybe not in our lifetime but maybe…

        Posted by allen jue | February 21, 2013, 2:28 am

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