Saturday, February 23, 2013

The Banker's Conspiracy Which Started the World Crisis

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Those who have followed my work over the last 25 years know that I've been warning the public of a plan involving the International Bankers, a plan that will end in the U.S. Dollar (USD) becoming merely a notation in future world history.

Up until recently, my assessment of the situation has been based on research involving the Int'l Banking community, current events, and laws passed since 1900. I have listened with great interest as China has made it known that they intend for their own currency to become the generally preferred global currency in place of the USD. And to be honest with you, in the 1990s and early 2000s I received plenty of information from intelligence sources across the spectrum that point to a significant economic collapse on a global basis, all because of an out-of-control Int'l banking community hell bent on creating a single, global central bank, complete with its own one-world currency.

Several days ago I discovered a book, called The Bankers' Conspiracy, which started the world crisis, by Arthur Kitson, published in 1933. You need to read or listen to this book on audio tape. I am providing both below:

And here is one more piece of the puzzle you need to listen to: Economist: Prepare for Fiinancial Pearl Harbor.

Al Colombo


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About the Author

Al Colombo is a trade journalist in the physical security and life safety markets. His 30-year career includes the title of Associate Editor with Security Distributing & Marketing Magazine and Technical Editor with Security Sales & Integration. His freelance work has also appeared in Security Dealer & Integrator, Locksmith Ledger, National Locksmith, Security & Life Safety, Alarm Installing Dealer, Electrical Contractor Magazine, and The Electrical Distributor, in addition to writing promotional copy for Honeywell Life Safety, Digital Monitoring Products, Home Automation Inc., Camden Door Controls, and numerous websites throughout cyberspace. To contact Al Colombo, click here.