The History of Banking – An Asian Perspective

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The History of Banking – An Asian Perspective

4 Replies to “The History of Banking – An Asian Perspective”

  1. Hey Tank,
    Thanks for the ‘History of Banking’ well written and fills in a few of the missing pieces. When [ if] enough people understand the mud they stand in is putrid maybe we can effect change.
    Awareness begets a new reality and mankind needs rapid reality shift. Along the lines of a Presidential address to the nation that discloses a truthful line on 911, JFK, the FED and Antarctica for starters- should well and truly put the ‘cat amongst the pigeons’!
    There may well be calamity after that, however the world would never be the same. Spiritual awakening.
    It’s time to step up. Up to the next level and to do that we need to move through the lies… as they say ‘the truth shall set you free’.
    The time for baby steps and nursery rhymes is over. Humanity needs to wake up, grow up and move on. All obstacles in our way need to be removed. Thanks for the brilliant contribution you and your team make every day Tank.
    Vangard

  2. Hard to change history. Victims of circumstances. The world we live in continues without input from the slaves. I’m paying big bucks to this worthless government and have nothing to show for it. Maybe I should just take it to the border. Give to the immigrants.

  3. Ancient  History of The Black Nobility

    In Carthage, the Canaanites called themselves Punics.

    Rome attacked Carthage in full force, beginning in 264BC and completed their task after killing or enslaving every Carthaginian, by sowing the land to salt so that nothing could ever grow there again.

    The Edomites descended from Esau later intermarried with the Turks to produce a Turco-Edomite mixture which later became known asChazars (Khazars) – who are the present occupants of Israel. These Canaanites eventually adopted the name “Sepharvaim” for deceptive purposes. They later became known as Venetians, and by marrying into European royalty and aristocracy, the “black nobility.”

    The Venetians today control the Federal Reserve system in the US.

    Around AD1400, European power centers coalesced into two camps:

    the Ghibellines, who supported the Emperors Hohenstaufen family

    the Guelphs, from Welf, the German prince who competed with Frederick for control of the Holy Roman Empire

    The Pope allied himself with the Guelphs. All modern history stems directly from the struggle between these two powers.

    The Guelphs are also called the Neri, Black Guelphs, or Black Nobility, and supported William of Orange in his seizure of the throne of England, which eventually resulted in the formation of the Bank of England and the East India Company, which would rule the world from the 17th century. All coup d’etats, revolutions and wars in the 19th and 20th centuries are centered in the battle of the Guelphs to hold and enhance their power, which is now the New World Order.

    The power of the Guelphs would extend through the Italian financial centers to the north of France in Lombardy (all Italian bankers were referred to as “Lombards”). Lombard in German means “deposit bank“, and the Lombards were bankers to the entire Medieval world. They would later transfer operations north to Hamburg, then to Amsterdam and finally to London.

    The Guelphs would start the slave trade to the colonies. The Guelphs, in order to aid their control of finance and politics, would perpetuategnostic cults which eventually developed into the Rosicrucians, Unitarians, Fabian Society and the World Council of Churches. The East India company, together with John Stuart Mill, would finance the University of London.

    A friend of Mill, historian George Grote, a founder of London University donated £6000 for the study of “mental health”, which began the worldwide “mental health” movement.

    Banks large and small in the thousands are in the Committee of 300 network, including:

    http://www.auricmedia.net/black-nobility/ 

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