by Joseph P. Farrell, Giza Death Star:
It’s rare – very rare – that I have anything good to say about the Bank of International Settlements, the central banksters’ central racketeeri… er…. the central banksters’ central bank. After all, what possible good can come out of an institution which is the brainchild of Montague Norman (head of the Bank of England in the inter-war period), Benjamin Strong (of the New York Federal Reserve, which, let it be recalled, is neither Federal nor a reserve), and Hjalmar Horace Greeley Schacht, about whose wheelings and dealings enough is known? But, just in case you’ve forgotten, dear old Hjalmar was the Reichsbank president who pops up at the oddest moments and oddest places, bless his heart. He was a financial advisor to Aristotle Onassis and Adolf Hitler(what a resume!); he was a key member of the group of
Nazis …er… CIA operatives that suddenly appeared in Egypt after the overthrow of King Farouk, along with other Nazi…er… CIA luminaries like Otto Skorzeny and journalists like von Leers (of Goebbels’ old Propaganda Ministry, and, who, let it be noted, was a convert to Islam and who, go figure, translated the notorious Protocols of Zion into Arabic, and who, funny thing, ended up in Moscow working for Pravda or Tass or whatever, during the bad old bolshevist days of the Soviet Union); and all of them were sent to Egypt as a West German “delegation” by good old Konrad Adenauer. Schacht pops up again in Indonesia during the Suharto business in the late 1960s, and rumor has it he was talking about gold and bearer bonds, but that’s unsubstantiated, though I wouldn’t for a moment put it past him.