Friday, December 31, 2010

The Shadow Banking System: A Third Of All The Wealth In The World Is Held In Offshore Banks

You and I live in a totally different world than the ultra-rich and the international banking elite do.  Many of them live in a world where they simply do not pay income taxes.  Today, it is estimated that a third of all the wealth in the world is held in offshore banks.  So why is so much of the wealth of the globe located in places such as Monaco, the Cayman Islands, Bermuda, the Bahamas, and the Isle of Man?  It isn't because those are fun places to visit.  It is to avoid taxes.  The super wealthy and the international banking elite think that it is really funny that our paychecks are constantly being drained by federal taxes, state taxes and Social Security taxes while they literally pay nothing at all.  These incredibly rich elitists make a ton of money doing business in wealthy western nations and then they transfer virtually all of their profits offshore where they don't have to contribute any of it in taxes.  It works out really great for them, but it sucks for the rest of us.
It is estimated that approximately $1.4 trillion is held in offshore banks in the Cayman Islands alone. According to an article in Forbes magazine, there is a total of approximately 15 trillion to 20 trillion dollars in offshore bank accounts, brokerage accounts and hedge fund portfolios.
No, most Americans just go to work every week and have their hard earned paychecks raped by an oppressive taxation system.
To the ultra-wealthy and the international banking system we are all just a bunch of suckers.  In fact, a big portion of our taxes ends up going into their pockets to pay the interest on all of the government debt that they are holding.


  1. mind control..flicker rate? that's why I seem to notice people when viewing tv seem...hypnotized

  2. My grandaddy was a wise man and he had agreat saying.

    " why worry about such drivel as this - you can change it not."

    Believe it people - you will not change it, find something else to occupy your mind.

  3. All light waves hitting the nerves cause the nerve cells (neurons) to generate an image (or context) from prior neural pathways so that each sensation felt (active nerves) can be elucidated.

    Thoughts and emotions are interchangeable forms. So a thought or emotion formed up is triggered by suggestion. Suggestions can be absolutely anything. They enter the mind usually as a single statement and then affect the individual according to the person's range of reality.

    If the person is lacking in consciousness then it will take much to please him. A person with an expanded mind will be much more satisfied since he can exhume more explicit reality out of implicit orders (great things from small things). Those who are able to do this are creative geniuses in other words. Mostly making up a tiny fragment of the masses.

    Receiving electromagnetic radiation in the brain from sources like television and the internet, for hours a day, will have worse effects on the human than people are educated on. It will cause physical energy to be drained, psychological disorientation, incoherency in sentence structure, dimming of logical processing, and not to mention the trillions of impressions/suggestions that have flooded the mind without the person knowing.

    The impressions/suggestions are what constitute one's perception of waking reality. The universe of course isn't confined to one universe. The universe (multiverse) is beyond infinite in dimensions and interwoven frequencies. The waking perception only perceives it as being one world, one set of rules, one type of god, one doctrine, and four dimensions (spacetime).

    This is why waking up after two hours of sleep, or perhaps being up for 40 hours will induce a semi-dream state while awake. It will feel like the galaxies are right outside one's house, everything on the planet is a big party, many different being types are all united together, and other hypnagogic trances. These trances are closer to reality than people assume though. Through sleep the brain slows drastically, and allows biased, trained perception to go away for a while.

    My take on any economic meltdown and social destruction like we're in now is that it's futile to fight from the front. All Yogis, Sages, Saints, and Masters told us to bring the Kingdom here to end the human condition. If more would seek the true nature of self/reality then higher vibrations would enter the world faster.

  4. 2:55 Do you suggest that maybe this is why the great "thinkers" of yesteryear were in so many ways superior to what we have now?

    That is to say where are the James Madisons, the Pattons the Einsteins and the Platos

    Where ? It seems the longer we go; the farther away we get from these brilliant people with so great a cause?

  5. 3:58 No shit! what a good point.
    I have often wondered " is it me or what but we haven't had a great statesman or brilliant mind even close to my lifetime. As a matter of fact in the last 60 years i would put myself up against all comers and I think come out in the race. That's pretty damn sad

  6. Dude, where is my wealth?

  7. The international character of the capital of the anglo /American bloc elite ,often working out of - NOTE WELL- BRITISH CROWN run tax havens ,should be kept in mind when trying to understand why America was de-industrialised and “American” jobs were exported.

    Who profited from this?

    Under “Free Trade”, Capital ,like the workers has no nation ,although capital is more mobile and may use nations it controls as its base and military arm for resource wars for its own empires.

    American financial independence is questionable as we saw ,when a lot of the TARP bailout funds were just secretly diverted away from America to prop up foreign banks and to pay off derivatives losses of international hedge funds.

    At Americas future taxpayers expense.

    All organized by a privately owned Central bank with historical connections and shareholdings held for the profits of the financial elites of other countries.

  8. The framers, as well as the "great masters" of the art world, have always been a little over-rated and idolized. It is true that we are heavily numbed out and dumbed down as compared to those times, and many then spent a great deal of time writing by hand, reading, and speaking, but there have been many great thinkers before and many since these old bags of skeletons that mean nothing but a memory of a ghost to those that fetishize the past as the old glory days have turned to dust. This is in part due to educational indoctrination and nation worship. Do you not think they did the same with Lenin and Trotsky?

    I believe these individuals were bright, talented, and well educated. But they, like all human beings, were flawed. James Madison believed that the masses needed control by a small group of individuals who were "enlightened", like himself. This was a false belief. It led to the people giving up more and more of their rights, and responsibilities, until we finally got to where we are today: a society of apathetic, yet greedy, superficial consumers. Docile creatures that, more than any country today, sit by idly while the world goes to hell in a hand basket and we are the ones causing it.

  9. After carefully reading all these responses; once again I am struck by my grandaddy's wisdom.

    All this shit is just great !

    But what the hell are you going to do about it?

    Put your energies into something else; buying 10 rural acres and raising goats maybe.

    The kind of thought process above will get you absolutly


  10. 5:01 Boy do I agree with that. Can,t change what was and to be fair, most of the time we aren't even 100% sure what was; having to rely on others information because we weren't even there. Sure as hell ain't gonna compete with these people now are we? So what can we do? What we've always done; learn a viable skill, love your family, prepare for the rains that are sure to come and treat your neighbors with the respect you demand. It's pretty damn simple really. All this deep thought shit is just that
    Shit it's for the well to do who have nothing better to do and can produce nothing so they sit around on their asses and try to think thoughts; most of which aqre nonsense.

  11. 4:36

    I'll tell you who's overated and it ain't James Madison, Thomas Jefferson, Benjamin Franklin
    or Albert.

    The post is well noted, we DO NOT have this caliber of thinkers in 2011

    Lenin ?

    Surely you jest - the true modern wave progressive in you comes out.

    Lenin? Red Terror is all you need to know about this murdering marxist bastard who should have been extermianted when he was 20 - but Vladimr Excechezen missed; what a pity.

  12. their attempting/educating people not to think, is fun to watch a statesman doing an interview without a script, and of course the debates during runs for office and the questions from the audience/viewers are all prescreened for approval, even the talk shows and other interviews are now. bread and circus show.

  13. 4:28

    Agreed and hence my earlier points - these "people in power" who are supposed to have vast insight and knowledge ----------


  14. As for wealthy and not paying taxes, it's simple. It's far easier to extract a thousand or two from the "common man", than it is to extract one or two million from the wealthy. The rich have the means to fight back with lawyers and loop holes. The common man is threatened with having his paychecks attached, or his property confiscated. The common man can't afford to fight back.

    I once filled out my tax return and checked "Head of Household" by mistake. I filled out the form based on "Married Joint". Because of this simple error, the IRS came after me for $3,500.00 in additional taxes. I got all the threatening letters, telling me how I could be prosecuted and sent to prison. I got the threats of fines and penalties. Did I have any means to fight back? No. Can the wealthy fight back all day long and not worry about it, because they have a team of lawyers on their side? Yes indeed.

    Does anyone ever watch out for the common man?

    Joe Stack was harassed by the IRS, till he reached the breaking point and flew his plane into an IRS office. Unless you want to believe it was a False Flag operation. It's funny that all the people who should have been sitting at their desks on the impact side of the building, were away from their desks at the time of impact... only Joe Stack was killed, or was he?

    As for mind control, that too, is simple. Keep them distracted.

    Yahoo's top trends:

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    2011 horoscope

    Marc Anthony

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    Yahoo Headlines:

    Major airline dropped from Expedia

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    Gas predicted to hit $4 a gallon in 2011 (finally something that matters)

    College coach fired weeks after being hired

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    Top TV commercials of 2010

    10 products you shouldn't buy in 2011

    14 overused words are 'banished'

    What's next for Arnold Schwarzenegger?

    U.S. cities that are running out of people (perhaps another meaningful story?)

    Kim Kardashian debuts new hairstyle (who the hell is she and why do I care?)

    Brett Favre dances to 'Ice Ice Baby'

    Last FEMA trailers to be shut down. (The trailers were full of toxic chemicals and not fit for anyone to live in)

    Ex-Russian spy makes film debut

    Where are the stories of the Mexican drug traffickers taking over parts of Arizona?

    How about "Naked Body Scanners Coming to a Shopping Mall near you!"

    Obama wants to take away your guns.

    Obama's "death panels" will decide if Grandma lives or dies.

    Obama favors amnesty for millions of "undocumented Democrats", illegal aliens with no formal education and no marketable skills, who can't stop making babies as long as the American taxpayer supports them.

    Need I say more?

  15. millions of baby boomers will need millions of younger productive workers to support their pensions.


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