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EarlyOne Member Level  Saturday, 03/23/13 04:10:02 PM
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Former US Treasury Official - Banks Move To Enslave Humanity
March 23, 2013

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Trichet, the (former) head of the European Central Bank, he made this clear in all of his public speeches that this is where it was going. So what you see is the whole bailout, at the expense of the public, the purpose is to destroy the sovereignty of the individual members, and to concentrate the power in Brussels and in the private banks.

It’s the same here (in the US). Who runs the Treasury? Who runs the financial regulatory agencies? Who runs the Fed? It’s all of the executives of the banks that are ‘too big to fail.’ That’s exactly who they are. So the various CEO’s who got the banks in trouble are now running economic policy in the United States. That’s essentially where it is headed in Europe.”

Eric King: “What are your thoughts when you see this kind of government theft?”

Dr. Roberts: “Well, if they get away with it, if the people accept it, they are being reenserfed (or enslaved). People are becoming serfs again. They exist for the purposes of that state.

So I’m all in favor of the Cypriots to take to the streets, and to whatever level of violence they need take it to. Democracy is a human achievement. It took centuries. So why should we just let it go away because there is a banking crisis?”


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