The Few Banks that Own All

Separate only in name, the top 1,318 companies in the world own each other, creating a consolidated front on the global economy.

Real Currencies

In the autumn of  2011 an already legendary study by a number of Swiss scientists revealed that a small number of banks controlled a decisive stake in the globe’s economy. The idea that the banks are a cartel and that this cartel controls the economy is now a scientifically quantified matter of record.

By Anthony Migchels for Henry Makow and Real Currencies

The study, called ‘the Network of Global Corporate Control’ was done by Stefania Vitali, James B. Glattfelder, and Stefano Battiston, in Zurich, Switzerland. The method was datamining the Orbis Marketing Database 2007, with data on more than 30 million economic actors (companies and investors) worldwide, including asset positions.

The study was published in the New Scientist, a highly respected outlet of mainstream science.

The results were interesting, although basically predictable.

Massive centralization
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4 thoughts on “The Few Banks that Own All

  1. See two highly acclaimed books by Ellen Hodgson Brown:

    1. Web of Debt: The Shocking Truth About Our Money System and How We Can Break Free (2012)

    2. The Public Bank Solution: From Austerity to Prosperity (2013)

    • Awesome, will do. I’m currently working through The Mighty Wurlitzer and Emerging Viruses: AIDS and Ebola, but have a great interest in the Federal Reserve and the campaign to “re-colonize” the United States via economic means.

      • At You Tube see “The Money Masters: How International Bankers Gained Control of America”, a 3 1/2 hour documentary that may be viewed in full or in 22 parts. It describes the back and forth between public and private central banking in the United States. The film begins slowly and then becomes captivating after the first ten minutes. This history by-and-large is not taught in American secondary schools, colleges, and universities.

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