21 July, 2013

Hitler vs. Bernanke

Posted by Socrates in bankers, banking, economics, economy, Federal Reserve system, history, History for newbies, Hitler, jewed economics, Jewish banking, Jewish behavior versus White behavior, Jewish money-magic, money, Socrates at 2:13 pm | Permanent Link

Never mind the usual negative comments about Hitler here. What type of system do you want: 1) a Jewed, rigged, debt-money system which benefits bankers, lenders, speculators and investors, or 2) an honest, real-money system which benefits everyone? The Jews want, and have, the first type, but normal people want the second type [1].


[1] Jews “cycle” the economy like a washing machine cycles (boom cycle/bust cycle/boom cycle/bust cycle), with the cleverest Jews making the most money in each cycle. The last thing Jews want is a stable economy because they can’t exploit highs and lows

  • 2 Responses to “Hitler vs. Bernanke”

    1. fd Says:

      Hitler made it clear that he cared nothing of ‘Jewish Democratic Capitalism’ and what he called ‘worthless democratic paper money’. The New Reich designed a brandnew economic system operating outside the international banking community. And the German mark was not backed by gold which Hitler said they had none.

      A country that breaks away from the old shell game will soon be invaded.

    2. Wilfred Says:

      This article might as well have been called ‘Why World War II Happened’.