Secrets of the "Bank" of Rome Revealed At Last!!
The False Profits!!
Ignatius LIEola was the founder of the reorganized "Bank" of Rome. The Jesuits were founded on August 15, 1534, and LIEola was officially commissioned to reorganize the almost bankrupt "Bank" of Rome in 1540.
LIEola before Pope Paul III in 1540.
At the time that LIEola appeared in Rome, the "Bank" of Rome was on the verge of BANKRUPTCY due to the preaching of the Word of God and the withdrawal of millions of accounts. The Imperialists under Charles V., actually invaded and sacked the city of Rome in 1527. They stole most of the wealth, destroyed priceless art treasures and even tortured Cardinals to make them divulge the secret hiding places of their riches:
"The Spaniards were the most brutal, it was generally agreed. In the destruction of Rome the Germans were bad enough, the Italians were worse, but worse of all were the Spaniards. They practiced unheard of tortures to compel their victims to disclose where they had hidden their treasures" (Rome, the Biography of a City, p. 159).
Emperor Charles V,
The Sack of Rome by Dutch artist Martin Van Heemskerck.
Imperial troops parody a papal procession and blessing during the Sack of Rome in 1527.
The Imperialists under Charles V., sacked the city of Rome in 1527 and stole most of the gold. The city was defended by Swiss mercenaries and as a result they were commissioned to guard the "Bank." The "Bank" also decided to store the gold and silver in Switzerland as a precaution against another repeat of the sack of 1527.
After the establishment of the Jesuits by Pope Paul III, all the Roman Catholic universities throughout Europe were thrown open and they were given carte blanche to recruit the sharpest brains in order to stop the financial hemorrhage.
The newly formed Jesuits were particularly ruthless in the field of "education" and the Counter-Reformation led by Lieola quickly moved to dominate all the schools and colleges.
This "new learning" soon discovered that aside from direct warfare and brutal conquest nothing could replace the millennia old USURY as a destroyer of freedom-loving nations.
The "Bank" of Rome opens a branch office in England.
This reorganized Bank soon began to start branch offices in various cities. Venice in 1587, the Wisselbank in Amsterdam in 1609, Hamburg 1619, Nuremberg 1621, Rotterdam 1635 and last but not least the Bank of England in 1694. The Bank of "England" was actually the first bank to be named after a country and after the "Bank" of Rome it was the world's first Central Bank.
Usury is outlawed by English Parliament!!
During the reign of King Edward VI (1547-1553) the door was closed and locked against the "Bank" of Rome setting up a branch office in England. Parliament outlawed USURY and make it a criminal offense:
King Edward VI (1547-1553) outlawed usury by Parliamentary decree. You can be sure that his reign was cut short because he opposed the moneylenders.
"(Act relating to Usury.) Another bill was brought in against usury, which passed both houses, and was made a statute. By it, an act passed in the 37th of the late king (Henry VIII), that none might take above 20 per cent. on money lent, was repealed; which they said was not intended for the allowing of Usury, but for preventing further inconveniences. And since Usury was by the word of God forbidden, and set out in divers places of Scripture as a most odious and detestable vice, which yet many continue to practise, for the filthy gain they make by it; therefore, from the 1st of May, all usury or gain from money lent was to cease; and whosoever continued to practise to the contrary, was to forfeit both principal and interest, to suffer imprisonment, and to be fined at the king's pleasure." (Cobbett's Parliamentary History of England, vol. I, p.596).
The moneylenders persevered, however, and the anti-usury law was repealed in 1571. The clear teaching of Scripture on usury was undermined by the ascendancy of Calvinism among the Christians.
This opened the door to the establishing of the Bank of England in 1694. The Bank of England was incorporated on July 27, 1694, as a private joint-stock association, with a capital of £1.2 million. In return for the loan of its entire capital to the government it received the right to issue notes and a monopoly on corporate banking in England. Of course they only lent the principal so the interest would keep accumulating by compound interest. Since the loans could NEVER be repayed the moneylenders had complete control of the government and people.
William Patterson (1658 - 1719) founder of the Bank of England.
Bank of England headquarters in London.
The American Revolution and the "Bank" of Rome.
England possessed the fairest portion of the earth in the American Colonies but lost them all because of the greed of the moneylenders. The early colonists were Protestant Christians who hated usury and money lending. They were mostly poor and brought little ready money with them from Europe. There were no gold or silver mines so each Colony issued non interest bearing paper notes. The blessing of God and their hard work soon enabled them to overtake the mother country in industry, commerce and wealth.
The greedy moneylenders of the Bank of England soon cast covetous eyes on the Colonies. Their first attempt to destroy the Americans with usury was made in 1765. It was called the Stamp Act. Payment of various taxes were required in specie or coin. Since they had no English coins to pay the tax that meant that they would have to borrow at usury from the Bank. Soon they too would be reduced to penury, pauperism, and destitution like their cousins in England.
Benjamin Franklin said that the American war for Independence was fought over money and currency (like every war) and the right of the Colonies to issue their own usury free currency apart from the Bank of England:
Benjamin Franklin said that the Revolution was caused by the Bank of England.
"That is simple. In the Colonies, we issue our own paper money. It is called 'Colonial Scrip.' We issue it in proper proportion to make the goods and pass easily from the producers to the consumers. In this manner, creating ourselves our own paper money, we control its purchasing power and we have no interest to pay to no one." (Benjamin Franklin on Colonial Scrip)
"The Colonies would gladly have borne the little tax on tea and other matters had it not been the poverty caused by the bad influence of the English bankers on the Parliament, which has caused in the Colonies hatred of England and the Revolutionary War."
(Benjamin Franklin on Colonial Scrip)
"9th. That the duties imposed by several late acts of Parliament, from the peculiar circumstances of these colonies, will be extremely burthensome and grievous, and, from the scarcity of specie (coins), the payment of them absolutely impracticable."
(The Declaration of Rights of the Stamp Act Congress)
After the Revolution, the Bank of England still retained a stranglehold on the country by the chartering of the First Bank of the US in 1791. The charter was to last for 20 years and expire in 1811. Congress refused to renew the charter and war was declared by the Bank of England in 1812.
General Andrew Jackson was the hero of the war of 1812. He also won the war against the crooked banksters.
General Jackson said this about the 2nd Bank of the U.S. which was re-chartered in 1816:
"YOU ARE A DEN OF VIPERS AND THIEVES. I INTEND TO ROUT YOU OUT, AND BY THE ETERNAL GOD I WILL ROUT YOU OUT."
And our HERO did exactly as he promised. He refused to renew the charter of the 2nd Bank and it died an unnatural death in 1836. The people were finally free of the Bank of England alias the "Bank" of Rome until the Civil War began in 1861.
The American Civil War and the "Bank" of Rome.
Abraham Lincoln - money martyred.
In order to finance the war, President Lincoln approached the banksters. They wanted usury of 28% which Lincoln refused to pay. In order to circumvent the banksters he issued $450,000,000 in GREENBACKS or US Notes. These GREENBACKS were non usury paying notes and were backed by the credit of the nation.
Of course the banksters were furious. Had President Lincoln lived and finished out his 2nd term he would have forever closed the door to the malicious influence of the "Bank" of Rome.
On April 15, 1865, he fell a victim to the leaden bullet of the assassin John Wilkes Booth - another tool of the moneylenders!!
Editor's note: John Wilkes Booth was the patsy in that assassination. Mary Todd Lincoln carried out that crime. This is why she was so angry when her husband did not want to attend the theatre that night. He condescended to her will and met his doom. She was Illuminati also.
How the "Bank" of Rome assassinated silver in 1873.
The perfect monetary system of free coinage of silver and gold was destroyed in 1873.
Before 1873, most nations of the world except Great Britain had free coinage of silver and gold. That meant that anybody could bring bullion into the government mint and have it coined into money for free. Free coinage was like a reservoir connected by a pipe. Both metals always maintained a perfect parity or equilibrium.
When silver was demonetized, it destroyed this perfect monetary system for the entire world and gold became the sole standard. This caused a great depression in 1873, 1893, and the panic of 1907 led to the creation of the Rockefeller "Federal" Reserve paper, debt and usury "money" system.
Senator John Sherman of Ohio led the fight to demonetize silver!!
Senator John Sherman of Ohio introduced the Bill that demonetized silver after receiving huge bribes from the Bank of England.
Senator John Sherman of Ohio (brother of Civil War hero General William Tecumseh Sherman), was the powerful head of the Senate Finance Committee. In 1869 he stopped in London on his way to a monetary conference in Paris, France. While in England he was wined and dined by Baron Rothschild and the very créme de la créme of English society.
At a private dinner in the Baron's mansion in London this conversation took place between the Baron and Senator Sherman:
"Five thousand pounds each year," went on the Baron quietly, "placed in your hands, and supplemented by sums which you would consider necessary, I am satisfied would produce the conditions in the public mind desired. No accounting, you understand, would be required, absolute reliance to be placed in your wisdom and ability" (William Harvey, A Tale of Two Nation, p.51).
With the hugh sums of money from the Bank of England, Sherman was able to BUY the members of Congress and The Bill to Reform the Coinage Act was passed by stealth in 1873. The dual system of bimetallism was abandoned for the monometallic or gold standard.
This put the US on the gold standard and soon all the nations of the world followed the example of the US and abandoned silver.
The gold standard crippled the world economic order and paved the way for the "Federal Reserve" debt and usury system.
The World economic order was CRIPPLED when silver was demonetized in 1873.
The single gold standard crippled the world economic order. It was like a man with ONE leg; or ONE eye, or ONE arm.
Gold was measured in its ratio to silver and silver was measured in its ratio to gold at 15 to 1. After silver was demonetized, gold was measured by itself. This reduced the amount of money in the world by half and doubled the wealth of the bond holders.
Gold today has absolutely no ratio to silver and the current price of gold is about $360 an ounce.
The gold standard led to the establishment of the Rockefeller "Federal" Reserve Bank in 1913.
The "Federal" Reserve Bank was established in 1913 by John D. Rockefeller!!
President Kennedy opposed the "Federal" Reserve Bank.
President Kennedy opposed the corrupt "Federal" Reserve System in 1963 and it cost him his life.
Like Lincoln, President Kennedy opposed the banksters and it cost him his life.
On June 4, 1963, a little known attempt was made to strip the Federal Reserve Bank of its power to loan money to the government at interest. On that day President John F. Kennedy signed Executive Order No. 11110 that returned to the US government the power to issue currency, without going through the Federal Reserve. Mr. Kennedy's order gave the Treasury the power "to issue silver certificates against any silver bullion, silver, or standard silver dollars in the Treasury." This meant that for every ounce of silver in the U.S. Treasury's vault, the government could introduce new money into circulation. In all, Kennedy brought nearly $4.3 billion in U.S. notes into circulation. The ramifications of this bill are enormous.
Soon after President Kennedy's assassination, Jesuit President Johnson debased the coinage by removing ALL the silver from the silver coins and shipping it off to Switzerland.
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