Earlier, we looked at how powerful banking interests have at times played the Federal Reserve to feed off the taxpayer dime. Take a look at who the big players are.
4 in the US: Goldman Sachs, Rockefeller, Lehman and Kuhn Loeb of New York
4 in Europe: Rothschilds of Paris and London; Warburg of Hamburg; Lazard of Paris; and Israel Moses Seif of Rome.
Back in time: The US government lobbied unsuccessfully against the BIS at the 1944 Bretton Woods Conference. The Bretton Woods creation of the IMF and the World Bank further enhanced the power of the 8 Banking Families, with The IMF and World Bank going on to play a key role in the “New World Order”.
The big banks wield control over Big Oil: Bank of America, JP Morgan Chase, Citigroup, Wells Fargo, Deutsche Bank, BNP and Barclays make up the bulk of the ownership of Big Oil - Exxon Mobil, Royal Dutch/Shell, BP and Chevron Texaco.
Dean Henderson at The Herland Report writes:
Companies under Rockefeller control include Exxon Mobil, Chevron Texaco, BP Amoco, Marathon Oil, Freeport McMoran, Quaker Oats, ASARCO, United, Delta, Northwest, ITT, International Harvester, Xerox, Boeing, Westinghouse, Hewlett-Packard, Honeywell, International Paper, Pfizer, Motorola, Monsanto, Union Carbide and General Foods.
The Federal Reserve Cartel: ... Their monopoly over the global economy does not end at the edge of the oil patch. According to company 10K filings to the SEC, the Four Horsemen of Banking are among the top ten stockholders of virtually every Fortune 500 corporation.
So, who owns the Federal Reserve and are the stockholders in these money centre banks? This information is guarded much more closely.
My queries to bank regulatory agencies regarding stock ownership in the top 25 US bank holding companies were given Freedom of Information Act status, before being denied on “national security” grounds. This is rather ironic, since many of the bank’s stockholders reside in Europe. One important repository for the wealth of the global oligarchy that owns these bank holding companies is US Trust Corporation – founded in 1853 and now owned by Bank of America. A recent US Trust Corporate Director and Honorary Trustee was Walter Rothschild.
Other directors included Daniel Davison of JP Morgan Chase, Richard Tucker of Exxon Mobil, Daniel Roberts of Citigroup and Marshall Schwartz of Morgan Stanley. J. W. McCallister, an oil industry insider with House of Saud connections, wrote in The Grim Reaper that information he acquired from Saudi bankers cited 80% ownership of the New York Federal Reserve Bank – by far the most powerful Fed branch- by just eight families, four of which reside in the US ... CPA Thomas D. Schauf corroborates McCallister’s claims, adding that ten banks control all twelve Federal Reserve Bank branches. He names N.M. Rothschild of London, Rothschild Bank of Berlin, Warburg Bank of Hamburg, Warburg Bank of Amsterdam, Lehman Brothers of New York, Lazard Brothers of Paris, Kuhn Loeb Bank of New York, Israel Moses Seif Bank of Italy, Goldman Sachs of New York and JP Morgan Chase Bank of New York.
Schauf lists William Rockefeller, Paul Warburg, Jacob Schiff and James Stillman as individuals who own large shares of the Fed. The Schiffs are insiders at Kuhn Loeb.
The Stillmans are Citigroup insiders, who married into the Rockefeller clan at the turn of the century. Eustace Mullins came to the same conclusions in his book The Secrets of the Federal Reserve, in which he displays charts connecting the Fed and its member banks to the families of Rothschild, Warburg, Rockefeller and the others.
The control that these banking families exert over the global economy cannot be overstated and is quite intentionally shrouded in secrecy.
Their corporate media arm is quick to discredit any information exposing this private central banking cartel as “conspiracy theory”. Yet the facts remain.
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Next, we delve deeper into the families of Big Banking beginning with the House of Morgan.