Jewish Mafia tied to death of America
The United States has endured many challenges since having reached its economic peak several decades ago. The wealth generated during the 1940s and 1950s carried the nation through several economic downturns. By the 1970s, much of this excess wealth had been depleted.
As America’s economic decline was becoming more apparent, the nation’s ruling class convinced Washington officials to introduce a series of levers designed to reduce or even reverse the decline. I have discussed each of these levers in previous articles.
The first lever introduced was the petrodollar in the early 1970s. The next was free trade. This economic pillar of globalization was advocated in the 1980s, but was not pushed through Congress until the early 1990s. Since then, it has spread throughout much of the world.
The final lever was the creation of numerous asset bubbles by the Federal Reserve Bank and Wall Street, both run by the Jewish Mafia. The Fed’s ability to create these bubbles is based largely on the financial attributes of the petrodollar.
Irrespective of these gimmicks, the United States currently finds itself in a depression. This depression is in many ways more severe and will be more difficult to escape than that seen during the 1930s. I have written several articles in support of these claims.
While things might begin to look better in a few years, the United States is likely to proceed through its socioeconomic decline until the American Empire has been dissolved. Certainly there will be many additional attempts to resurrect this empire. More wars will be fought, more oil will be taken from abroad, and more asset bubbles will be created. But these tricks will only delay, not prevent the continued decline of the United States. The winding down process is likely to take several decades. In exchange for these delays, the total damage will be more severe.
America’s Second Great Depression was triggered by massive Wall Street fraud involving trillions of dollars of grossly overvalued real estate securities. Many of these securities were not worth the paper they were printed on, but were marketed to institutional investors as “safe investments.” When the house of cards collapsed, an unprecedented financial crisis engulfed the entire world. These predictions were detailed in America’s Financial Apocalypse, two years before the financial crisis.
Hundreds of millions of people from around the world suffered the greatest financial loss of their lives as a result of the widespread fraud perpetrated by the Jewish Mafia. Tens of millions of jobs and homes were lost, while trillions of dollars were stolen from pensions, IRAs and other retirement accounts. Now we see entire nations in Europe being raped by the Jewish Mafia.
There were no bailouts for the victims of this heist, but the banks were bailed out. The bankers, mortgage brokers and everyone else behind the scam retained the profits extracted as a result of fraud. Incompetent pension fund managers using other peoples’ money bought these toxic assets. They had a legally-binding fiduciary responsibility to act with prudence but failed to do so. Yet, they kept their jobs after making these irresponsible and poorly thought-out investments.
And still, not a single one of the thousands of criminals responsible for this colossal charade is in prison. This highlights the sheer power of the Jewish Mafia. Perhaps even worse is that the scams continue to this day. Unfortunately, the Jewish Mafia will continue to defraud Main Street indefinitely because nothing has been done to prevent securities fraud. In fact, the moral hazard has been strengthened due to the absence of criminal prosecution.
Rather than serving as the root cause of America’s Second Great Depression, the financial crisis merely revealed the true face of an economy that had been in gradual decline for many years. As detailed in America’s Financial Apocalypse, America’s three decade-long period of declining living standards has been masked by three principle forces; the shift from one- to two-income households; rapid growth of consumer credit; and the influx of illegal aliens. But these economic crutches have resulted in devastating societal consequences.