Central Banks Intentionally Impoverish Their Host Countries to Effect Structural Reforms … Which Allow Foreign Interests to Loot

In his role as a government advisor, visiting scholar, and head economist for a Japanese investment house, economics professor Richard Werner had unprecedented access to the Bank of Japan. He also spoke with insiders at other Asian central banks.

Werner found that the Bank of Japan – and other central banks – intentionally impoverished their host countries – first by blowing massive bubbles, then by deflating them so that the economy crashes – so as to justify major structural reforms which allow looting by the powers-that-be.

In essence, these central banks carried out false flag attacks on their own economies in order to justify the implementation of draconian policies.

Central banks are the ultimate economic hitmen, the main source of the shock doctrine, according to this powerful documentary based on  Werner’s insights:

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  • “Who controls the issuance of money controls the government!” Nathan Meyer Rothschild

    • Dimitri Ledkovsky

      Issuance of money isn’t an evil in itself. It is the practice of lending it AT USURIOUS RATES that is evil, always was and still is. Without usury money is a preferable way of doing business when compared to the more cumbersome barter. Usury is the outright theft of another’s time and productivity. It should be a capitol crime. Yet most have no idea what they would do without it. Time to start using that god given noodle or else this planet is really doomed.

      • Well on that note most folks better learn how. The Inflation chart you will not see or hear about in our government run media! Is Inflation the Legacy of the Federal Reserve?

        Jan. 17 (Bloomberg) — In today’s “Single Best Chart,” Bloomberg’s Scarlet Fu displays how inflation has increased in the 100 years since the creation of the Federal Reserve. She speaks on Bloomberg Television’s “Bloomberg Surveillance.”


        “Inflation is taxation without legislation.” Milton Friedman

  • Tom

    “Only power that is hidden is power that endures”

    That sums up nicely how well hidden a fact is that I only discovered this morning: All levels of government in the US are by far the largest owners of equities, directly or indirectly controlling 70% of the stock market. And I have no reason not to assume that most other governments of developed and developing economies around the world aren’t taking the same path to using the power of taxation and central banking to buy up all wealth-producing assets they can lay their hands on.

    When we wonder why governments would voluntarily surrender their national sovereignty to the TTIP and TPP trade deals, ending democracy as we know it, it’s because the governments OWN a large percentage of the corporations that will benefit. When Monsanto, Big Pharma, or the Military-Industrial Complex kills millions, it isn’t just that the government looks the other way, the government reaps most of the profit. When Obamacare hands the Medical-Industrial Complex billions in new profits from coerced “customers”, the government itself collects the bulk of those profits.

    It isn’t so much that corporations have figuratively “bought” our politicians — this information stands that common perception on its head. Our politicians have LITERALLY bought the corporations, and now stand to profit from every use of their state power that benefits the corporations they own. See this one-two punch of videos and the Mother of All Light Bulbs will light up in your head:

    The CAFR Swindle — The Biggest Game in Town https://youtu.be/1pRPBKJQnyU

    Government Will Not Save You From Corporations
    https://youtu.be/mCAIj3YJUmg (see especially 2:45 to 3:30)

    • BlackJack77

      Brilliant post!! I couldn’t have said it better myself!

  • hyperbola


    Afghanistan: Bank of Afghanistan(1939)

    Albania: Bank of Albania(1925)

    Algeria: Bank of Algeria(1962)

    Argentina: Central Bank of Argentina(1935)

    Armenia: Central Bank of Armenia(1993)

    Aruba: Central Bank of Aruba

    Australia: Reserve Bank of Australia(1960)

    Austria: Austrian National Bank

    Azerbaijan: Central Bank of Azerbaijan Republic(1992)

    Bahamas: Central Bank of The Bahamas(1974)

    Bahrain: Central Bank of Bahrain(1973)

    Bangladesh: Bangladesh Bank(1971)

    Barbados: Central Bank of Barbados(1972)

    Belarus: National Bank of the Republic of Belarus(1922,1992)

    Belgium: National Bank of Belgium

    Belize: Central Bank of Belize(1894,1982)

    Benin: Central Bank of West African States (BCEAO)

    Bermuda: Bermuda Monetary Authority(1969)

    Bhutan: Royal Monetary Authority of Bhutan(1982)

    Bolivia: Central Bank of Bolivia(1928)

    Bosnia: Central Bank of Bosnia and Herzegovina(1997)

    Botswana: Bank of Botswana(1975)

    Brazil: Central Bank of Brazil(1964)

    Bulgaria: Bulgarian National Bank(1879)

    Burkina Faso: Central Bank of West African States (BCEAO)

    Burundi: Bank of the Republic of Burundi(1966)

    Cambodia: National Bank of Cambodia(1954)

    Came Roon: Bank of Central African States

    Canada: Bank of Canada – Banque du Canada(1935)

    Cayman Islands: Cayman Islands Monetary Authority(1997)

    Central African Republic: Bank of Central African States

    Chad: Bank of Central African States

    Chile: Central Bank of Chile(1925)

    China: The People’s Bank of China(1948)

    Colombia: Bank of the Republic(1880,1905,1 923)

    Comoros: Central Bank of Comoros(1981)

    Congo: Bank of Central African States

    Costa Rica: Central Bank of Costa Rica(1950)

    Côte d’Ivoire: Central Bank of West African States (BCEAO)

    Croatia: Croatian National Bank

    Cuba: Central Bank of Cuba(1997)

    Cyprus: Central Bank of Cyprus

    Czech Republic: Czech National Bank

    Denmark: National Bank of Denmark

    Dominican Republic: Central Bank of the Dominican Republic(1947)

    East Caribbean area: Eastern Caribbean Central Bank

    Ecuador: Central Bank of Ecuador(1925)

    Egypt: Central Bank of Egypt(1961)

    El Salvador: Central Reserve Bank of El Salvador(1934)

    Equatorial Guinea: Bank of Central African States

    Estonia: Bank of Estonia

    Ethiopia: National Bank of Ethiopia(1906)

    European Union: European Central Bank(1998)

    Fiji: Reserve Bank of Fiji(1971)

    Finland: Bank of Finland

    France: Bank of France

    Gabon: Bank of Central African States

    The Gambia: Central Bank of The Gambia(1971)

    Georgia: National Bank of Georgia(1919)

    Germany: Deutsche Bundesbank

    Ghana: Bank of Ghana(1957)

    Greece: Bank of Greece

    Guatemala: Bank of Guatemala(1945)

    Guinea Bissau: Central Bank of West African States (BCEAO)

    Guyana: Bank of Guyana(1965)

    Haiti: Central Bank of Haiti(1979)

    Honduras: Central Bank of Honduras(1950)

    Hong Kong: Hong Kong Monetary Authority(1993)

    Hungary: Magyar Nemzeti Bank

    Iceland: Central Bank of Iceland(1961)

    India: Reserve Bank of India(1935)

    Indonesia: Bank Indonesia(1953)

    Iran: The Central Bank of the Islamic Republic of Iran(1960)

    Iraq: Central Bank of Iraq(1947)

    Ireland: Central Bank and Financial Services Authority of Ireland

    Israel: Bank of Israel(1950,1954)

    Italy: Bank of Italy

    Jamaica: Bank of Jamaica(1961)

    Japan: Bank of Japan(1882)

    Jordan: Central Bank of Jordan(late 1950s)

    Kazakhstan: National Bank of Kazakhstan(1993)

    Kenya: Central Bank of Kenya(1966)

    Korea: Bank of Korea(1950)

    Kuwait: Central Bank of Kuwait(1969)

    Kyrgyzstan: National Bank of the Kyrgyz Republic(1991)

    Latvia: Bank of Latvia

    Lebanon: Central Bank of Lebanon(1963)

    Lesotho: Central Bank of Lesotho(1978)

    Libya: Central Bank of Libya(1956)

    Uruguay: Central Bank of Uruguay(1967)

    Lithuania: Bank of Lithuania

    Luxembourg: Central Bank of Luxembourg

    Macao: Monetary Authority of Macao(1989)

    Macedonia: National Bank of the Republic of Macedonia(1991)

    Madagascar: Central Bank of Madagascar(1925)

    Malawi: Reserve Bank of Malawi(1964)

    Malaysia: Central Bank of Malaysia(1959)

    Mali: Central Bank of West African States (BCEAO)

    Malta: Central Bank of Malta

    Mauritius: Bank of Mauritius(1973)

    Mexico: Bank of Mexico(1925)

    Moldova: National Bank of Moldova(1991)

    Mongolia: Bank of Mongolia(1991)

    Montenegro: Central Bank of Montenegro(2001)

    Morocco: Bank of Morocco(1959)

    Mozambique: Bank of Mozambique(1977 government nationalized all banks after independence)

    Namibia: Bank of Namibia(1990)

    Nepal: Central Bank of Nepal(1956)

    Netherlands: Netherlands Bank

    Netherlands Antilles: Bank of the Netherlands Antilles(Dissolved)

    New Zealand: Reserve Bank of New Zealand(1934)

    Nicaragua: Central Bank of Nicaragua(1960)

    Niger: Central Bank of West African States (BCEAO)

    Nigeria: Central Bank of Nigeria(1958)

    Norway: Central Bank of Norway(1816)

    Oman: Central Bank of Oman(1974)

    Pakistan: State Bank of Pakistan(1948)

    Papua New Guinea: Bank of Papua New Guinea(1973)

    Paraguay: Central Bank of Paraguay(1952)

    Peru: Central Reserve Bank of Peru(1922)

    Philip Pines: Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas(1993)

    Poland: National Bank of Poland

    Portugal: Bank of Portugal

    Qatar: Qatar Central Bank(1973)

    Romania: National Bank of Romania

    Russia: Central Bank of Russia(1860,1990)

    Rwanda: National Bank of Rwanda(1964)

    San Marino: Central Bank of the Republic of San Marino(2005)

    Samoa: Central Bank of Samoa(1984)

    Saudi Arabia: Saudi Arabian Monetary Agency(1952)

    Senegal: Central Bank of West African States (BCEAO)

    Serbia: National Bank of Serbia(1884)

    Seychelles: Central Bank of Seychelles(1974)

    Sierra Leone: Bank of Sierra Leone(1963)

    Singapore: Monetary Authority of Singapore(1971)

    Slovakia: National Bank of Slovakia

    Slovenia: Bank of Slovenia

    Solomon Islands: Central Bank of Solomon Islands(1983,1976)

    South Africa: South African Reserve Bank(1921)

    Spain: Bank of Spain

    Sri Lanka: Central Bank of Sri Lanka(1950)

    Sudan: Bank of Sudan(1960)

    Surinam: Central Bank of Suriname(1957)

    Swaziland: The Central Bank of Swaziland(1974)

    Sweden: Sveriges Riksbank

    Switzerland: Swiss National Bank(1907)

    Tajikistan: National Bank of Tajikistan

    Tanzania: Bank of Tanzania(1965)

    Thailand: Bank of Thailand(1942)

    Togo: Central Bank of West African States (BCEAO)

    Tonga: National Reserve Bank of Tonga(1989)

    Trinidad and Tobago: Central Bank of Trinidad and Tobago(1960)

    Tunisia: Central Bank of Tunisia(1958)

    Turkey: Central Bank of the Republic of Turkey(1932)

    Uganda: Bank of Uganda(1966)

    Ukraine: National Bank of Ukraine(1992)

    United Arab Emirates: Central Bank of United Arab Emirates(1980)

    United Kingdom: Bank of England

    United States: Federal Reserve, Federal Reserve Bank of New York(1913)

    Vanuatu: Reserve Bank of Vanuatu(1981)

    Venezuela: Central Bank of Venezuela(1939)

    Vietnam: The State Bank of Vietnam(1951)

    Yemen: Central Bank of Yemen(1971)

    Zambia: Bank of Zambia(1956)

    Zimbabwe: Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe(1938)