One of the most important questions we can ask in our search for comprehension of issues or events is cui bono? Who benefits? Constant reference to this yardstick throughout our work in Critical Thinking and beyond invariably revealed the same answer: those who control money.
The extent to which those families that originated and shaped the global banking system benefit is beyond most people’s imagination. We have attempted to explain, through articles, papers and videos referencing multiple sources, the extraordinary wealth and power that is almost impossible to quantify.
Rob sent this article that does attempt to quantify the staggering amounts of money accumulated by the few dominant banking families. The estimates err on the side of caution and are highly conservative; in many cases a zero value is attributed where the amounts involved are virtually impossible to quantify
The Richest Man in the World by Larry Romanoff
The purpose of this essay is threefold: (1) to bring to the attention of readers the existence of a long-standing conspiracy about the identification of “The Richest Man in the World”, (2) to dismiss from contention the current list of candidates, and (3) to document that a small number of Jewish banking families operating out of the City of London have for generations held these wealth records with fortunes that are orders of magnitude above anything we might have imagined.
It is unfortunate that the article refers to Jewish banking families because the situation is more nuanced and complex than the label implies. The reality is that these families belong to a cult that has woven those who identify as Jewish as an almost impregnable “security blanket” around themselves to ensure that few dare explore the cult’s extraordinary wealth and power. Ad hominem attacks such as “anti-Semite” or “holocaust denier” have, until relatively recently, been successful in seeing off all but the most dogged researchers and analysts.
As the world has become more “crazy” over the last three years, far fewer are deterred from asking questions than before and are discovering how the wool has been pulled over our eyes. Those who’ve been blinded to reality and divided, harvested and abused as a result, include Jews and Gentiles alike.
However, as has often been repeated here, the problem is neither the people nor the families but the structure that emerged from the invention of money. Consequently, rather than focusing on the who, we need to focus on the how. If we address the fundamental driver, money, then no-one can benefit to such an extraordinary extent nor can they wield such power to perpetuate the abuse of the rest of us (Jews and Gentiles).