Joyanna Adams

Nobody's Opinion

Nobody Remembers The International Bankers and the Fly

Nobody Remembers

Although it’s not much,  Obama has done one very good thing while in office: He has trashed the Constitution so much, that millions of people, who had never read the Constitution, actually started paying attention to our nation’s “rule of law’ and then exclaiming…”Whoa. He can’t do that.”

Yes he can, and yes he does. Coming up soon, Obama is about to unconstitutionally sign the next globalist wet dream: The Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership:TPP

The measure would grant President Obama what is known as “fast track authority” to ram through Congress the Trans-Pacific Partnership with limited debate and no opportunity to propose amendments. The international trade agreement, negotiated largely in secret by the Obama administration, is regarded by globalist free traders as a cornerstone of the emerging “New World Order.” Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership, or TAP, to what is being developed as the Trans-Pacific Partnership, or TPP.

The little American nobody businessman is now simply an asterisk on the butt of a fly, sitting on a rock, at the bottom of the Grand Canyon.

As I was listening to Rush Limbaugh today, I must admit, I’m happy that he is siding with the people against the Rino’s in the Republican Party at last..because to not do so would be to admit that he does not side with the Constitution. BUT…Rush still thinks the Rino’s just want to stay in power and are silent because they want to be liked. Because Rush is rich himself, and has supported the big businesses of corporate America for so many years, he has trouble seeing the real problem—- Crony Capitalism —which is just another word for globalization.   Mark Levine sees it.  Rush hasn’t gotten there yet.

Isn’t it usually, all about the money?

During a visit to Britain in 1763, Benjamin Franklin said this to the officials of the Bank of England:Ben Franklin

“In the colonies, we issue our own money. It is called Colonial Scrip. We issue it in proper proportion to the demands of trade and industry to make the products pass easily from the producer to the consumers. In this manner, creating for ourselves our own paper money, we control its purchasing power, and we have no interest to pay to no one. The colonies would gladly have borne the little tax on tea and other matters had it not been that England took away from the colonies their money, which created unemployment and dissatisfaction. The inability of colonists to get power to issue their own money permanently out of the hand of George III and the international bankers was the prime reason for the Revolutionary war. “

Benjamin was right. But…the old nemesis of John Adams, Alexander Hamilton, got us back in with the international bankers. And you don’t want to mess with the international bankers.  If you bring a stick to the fight, they will bring a thousand stealth bombers, loaded with the latest intergalactic planetary death rays.

Case in Point: Abraham Lincoln enraged the Europeans international bankers by abolishing the country’s central bank. In 1862 he issued about $450 million in currency printed with green ink and they were called green backs. It was debt free fiat money. (Assassinated)Abe Lincoln

Case in Point: Hitler, did the same thing. He did not borrow from the international bankers and he issued his own debt free money, and put the Germans back to work. Within three years, Germany became an economic powerhouse—and this after the horrible depression they had gone through after the first war.

In Mein Kempt he said this:

“The fight against international finance and loan capital has become the most important point in the program of the German national fight for its independence and freedom. “

And then Winston Churchill said this:

“You must understand that this war is not against Hitler or National Socialism but against the economic strength of the German people— which must be smashed. “Hitler at Nuremburg

(Just pointing out some similarities here…Hitler was a monster, too bad all the assassination attempts did not succeed.)

Case in Point: John F. Kennedy issued $4.2 billion in United States Notes through the U.S. Treasury rather than the Federal Reserve system in 1963. He then took steps to redirect the foreign investment of U.S. Companies.  He wanted tax reform eliminating the tax privileges of US based global investment companies, and he wanted to crack down on foreign tax havens.  (assassinated)JFK killed

Americans have bailed out whole countries to save banks. In 2008, George W. Bush saved the banks. Obama did it again….(he still doing it)

Internet commentator Michael Rivero had this to say about the bailouts :

“In short the US government took your jobs, so the banks could take your homes to cover the losses from this gigantic swindle they were caught playing on the whole world. It is wealth confiscation to protect the banks, just like FDR did in 1933 with the gold.”

No one was punished.

Not all Presidents wanted to jump in with the globalists international bankers. President James a Garfield, said this in 1881.

“Whoever controls the volumes of money in our country is absolute master of all industry and commerce…and when you realize that the entire system is very easily controlled one way or another, by a few powerful met at the top you will not have to be told how periods of inflation and depression originate. (He was assassinated…two weeks later)

It’s never spoken about by our politicians. We print money to keep the stock market up and the rich making dividends while taking money from the middle class and passing it around to the poor. The plan has been to put all the inventions, the patents, the control, into the big multinational corporations. They now control the majority in Congress and Presidents, who only have to look at history to behave themselves.Bailouts

Obama will continue the international bankers dream of a New World Order and they will keep us thinking that someday, somehow, the politicians in Washington will truly help that little fly at the bottom of the grand canyon.

So…as Nancy Pelosi says, ‘Embrace the suck’…Which in Nancy Pelosi’s mind is the same as “Bend over America—here comes the rest of the suck and you’re going to like it! ”

Can the poor little nobody fly sitting on a rock, battle the great international arsenal of wealth?

That’s a whole other blog. Banking cartoon

January 2, 2014 - Posted by | American Culture, Bailouts, Banks, corruption, economy, Federal Reserve, Globalization, progressives, Rhino's, tyranny, Uncategorized, World History | , , ,


  1. Joyanna– You might want to re-evaluate the authenticity of the Franklin quote in light of this:

    Otherwise, it was a thought-provoking article.


    Comment by snopercod | January 4, 2014 | Reply

    • You know snopercod, I thought that didn’t sound like Ben Franklin, but I got it from a book…not the internet. Thanks. Dandapani has related links to me about various subjects, and I ALWAYS welcome every single comment about the truth. Really, don’t ever be afraid to put in your two cents worth. “Trust but verify” is really hard nowadays when so much misinformation is put out. I once asked a historian how in the world they wrote about the past (I was researching a book on Jesse James) and he told me nobody can be really sure what happened in history.As in reporting a crime…five people can witness it, and five people will come up with different answers. Add to that, the biased political leanings of historians, and all you can do is read what you can, and follow your own common sense. And— just for the record, as to the murders of Lincoln, JFK and Hitler, so many other facets come into play with their assassinations, I really believe going against the bankers was only one facet of the many reasons they were all killed. From a nobody point of view, and the point I was trying to make, but not very successfully I might add, is that I have noticed that the small businessman is being destroyed. (The big multinationals are being helped by our government) I saw this at all the patent conventions that I attended in my twenty years of “business.” Really, the system has been rigged. It’s a shame, because the best ideas come from the little nobody who wants to make it rich. I get frustrated when I hear people like Bill O’Reilly say anyone can make it with hard work. Did you know that less than 2 percent of patents go on to get on the market? I can tell you, that’s not from lack of hard work. (Hey…another blog subject! See what you did?) From all the books that I’ve read about JFK…it seems LBJ was the man who had the most to gain from it. And they have made sure that all we can do is speculate about it, simply because, the OFFICE of the Presidency must be protected forevermore, regardless of the truth. Toomany “less than desirable” men have held the office, and both parties must keep that star polished. And that’s why, the Republicans don’t daretouchthetreason ofObama too much. They are always thinking about the next election. In the meantime…the small businesses in the country, will disappear.We truly will be…a serviceeconomy at last.


      Comment by Joyanna Adams | January 4, 2014 | Reply

      • Thanks for the extensive reply, Joyanna. In general I don’t much believe in conspiracy theories because people aren’t smart enough to pull them off. The can try, but they will fail due to the same “Fatal Conceit” that F.A. Hayek wrote about. That said, financial insiders really do have an advantage over the rest of us, and especially small businesspeople like you mentioned: They have access to “free money” and you don’t – you have to actually produce something of value to make money.

        Have you noticed that the very definition of “capital” has changed? Time was that Capital consisted of savings – either of an individual, a corporation, or a nation. These days, the Fed just “prints” capital, which has two corrosive effects. First, increasing the money supply by creating “money” out of thin air steals a portion of the savings of responsible people who put something away for a rainy day or their retirement. Secondly, the Fed gives the “printed” money to their buddies the bankers and the government, who use that phony “capital” to their advantage and to the detriment of honest businesses and individuals. Them that gots, gets.

        Capitalism in America has pretty much been destroyed by simply changing the meaning of a single word: Capital. Oh sure, you can practice Capitalism on a local level (except if you’re a little girl with a lemonade stand), but don’t dare to become successful on a larger scale or the financial/government axis will destroy you. (Gee, what’s that word again for a financial/government axis…?)

        Being somewhat of an inventor myself in my younger days, I’d love to hear about your patents.


        Comment by snopercod | January 5, 2014

      • Ditto snopercod. (the above) Yes, I will have to write about inventions and inventors in some blogs sometime. You were an inventor? That’s so cool. I’d love to hear about your inventionstoo. Lots of creative idea don’t get patents now…especially if you are just an individual. They have changed the patent laws so that big corporations can now SEE your ideas while your patent is pending. It’s all for globalization they say…China can even sneak a peak, and steal whatever they like, and what recourse does the small inventor have? The board on the Patent office is now filled with representatives of the major corporations. I think the small nobody is allowed one guy on the board. Our patent office isa joke, even though, good men and woman really put up a good fight to keep it fair.Disney wanteda forever extension on Mickey and they got it. I bet Mickey doesn’t have to take Obamacare either. It’s an interesting subject, isn’t it?


        Comment by Joyanna Adams | January 5, 2014

      • Why yes, I invented several things in my youth which are now in wide use. In 1956, for example, I invented the “selfie” by taking a photo of myself in my Boy Scout uniform as reflected in my bedroom mirror. In 1958, I invented the Walk-Man, but those bastards at Sony stole my idea! Being a ham radio operator at the time, I wired up my short-wave headphones to a vacuum tube portable radio and was walking around the school yard listening to rock ‘n roll on KFWB. The girls all thought that was very cool and wanted to listen. Being distracted by the girls, I never followed up on the idea. In 1967 I invented a “sprayer hose repair kit” after noticing that kitchen sink sprayer hoses always broke right at the base of the sprayer. I machined some tapered, threaded plugs that would screw into the cut-off end of the hose and allow the sprayer to screw back on. I approached Montgomery Ward with the idea, which they rejected. “Too difficult”, they said. I still have a couple left if you ever need one (grin). The following year I built a portable electronic organ for my Senior Project, but those crooks at Casio stole that idea, too. (They must have been in cahoots with the bastards at Sony.) I did hook it up to a primitive digital computer at the college open house and therefore invented midi music as well. These days I keep the things I invent for my own use here in Galt’s Gulch.


        Comment by snopercod | January 5, 2014

      • P.S. I crack myself up!


        Comment by snopercod | January 5, 2014

      • Well, a man after my own heart! Sounds like you truly are creative….which reminded me…I once invented something that could be sold at Disney park….it had Mickey’s image on it. (basically a souvenir thing) I paid $300 for Wal-Mart to evaluate it for me, and guess what they said? I’m NOT making this up. This would never sell. In other words, Mickey Mouse would never sell. LOL!


        Comment by Joyanna Adams | January 6, 2014

      • So Wal-Mart told you Mickey Mouse would never sell? LOL! I am reminded of Lee DeForest, inventor of the vacuum tube, who predicted that television would never be practical. Lot’s more wrong predictions here:


        Comment by snopercod | January 7, 2014

      • “So we went to Atari and said, ‘Hey, we’ve got this amazing thing, even built with some of your parts, and what do you think about funding us? Or we’ll give it to you. We just want to do it. Pay our salary, we’ll come work for you.’ And they said, ‘No.’ So then we went to Hewlett-Packard, and they said, ‘Hey, we don’t need you. You haven’t got through college yet.’

        — Apple Computer Inc. founder Steve Jobs on attempts to get Atari and HP interested in his and Steve Wozniak’s personal computer.


        Comment by snopercod | January 7, 2014

      • Great site! And funny…thanks for that one snoper…( Is it okay that I call you snoper)


        Comment by Joyanna Adams | January 7, 2014

      • Sure, you can call me snoper. LOL!


        Comment by snopercod | January 7, 2014

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