The Powers That Be

The Powers That Be

By Raul Salazar

This article is written with the assumption that, at some point in time, it will be read by a truly misinformed individual in attempt to accuse the author of harbouring racial hatred. As such, presented here will be only objective, indisputable facts, allowing the reader to draw their own conclusions.

There exists an unholy trinity of powers, intrinsically linked, that actively suppress the masses in the West: the banks; the media; and big politics. The media promote a political agenda to influence the opinions of the masses; the banks are accountable to no entity -  driving inflation up intentionally over time by means of fractional reserve banking; and the politicians ensure certain powerful interests have their demands fulfilled, often at the expense of their people. For example, all above the age of twenty may certainly attest to the significant increase in housing prices. Meanwhile, wages have not increased proportionately, and as a result, less people are able to afford their own property. In the United Kingdom, the average price of a house was £60,000 in 1995. In 2015, the average price of a house was £280,000- an increase of 367%. However, the average salary in 1995 was £17,470, and only £26,500 in 2015 - a meagre increase of 52%.

In America, the Federal Reserve lends money to the national banks, with interest. It is this interest that causes the steady inflation of money over time. In England, the Bank of England fulfils a similar role, and both these private banks are owned by the Rothschild family, who gained control of the Bank of England after Napoleon's defeat. Mayer Rothschild, a Jewish banker, sent messengers to England after the Battle of Waterloo informing officials of a Coalition defeat. As such, English bond prices plummeted, and Rothschild bought them in great quantity, securing the accountability of the British Government, and moreover the British people. The Independent wrote an article in 2015 stating that all who acknowledged this factual account of history were "anti-semitic", and that documents supporting this event were but a "crude, racist smear". 

Business Insider lists the top 5 media companies in the world by revenue as follows: Alphabet Inc., founded by Larry Page and Sergey Brin, who serve as the CEO and president respectively; The Walt Disney Company, whose chairman and CEO is Robert A. Iger; Comcast, whose chairman and CEO is Brian L. Roberts; 21st Century Fox, whose founder Rupert Murdoch occupies senior positions, along with his family; and Facebook, founded by Mark Zuckerberg, who also serves as chairman and CEO. With the exception of Murdoch, all the aforementioned individuals are Jewish. Murdoch himself has openly admitted that the media is dominated by Jews, a comment for which he was harshly criticized. 

The Jewish Talmud, an unholy instruction manual of sorts, contains the following passages:

Balaam [Jesus] is raised from the dead and being punished in boiling hot semen. Those who mock the words of the Jewish sages and sin against Israel are boiled in hot excrement. (57a Gittin)
Only Jews are human. [Gentiles] are animals. (Baba Mezia 114a-114b)
Even the best of the [Gentiles] should be killed.

The Torah, the central holy book of the Jewish faith, contains the following passages:

For you are a holy people to the LORD your God; the LORD your God has chosen you to be a people for Himself, a special treasure above all the peoples on the face of the earth. (Deut 7:6)
 Hear this word that the LORD has spoken against you, O children of Israel, against the whole family which I brought up from the land of Egypt, saying: {2} "You only have I known of all the families of the earth. (Amos 3:1-2)

To those who ask why this matter is significant at all, I say: wait only a lifetime until housing prices are in the millions; when Western culture has been warped beyond recognition by the media; and the state-approved degeneracy begins to permeate the sanctity of the home. Then, and only then, will you feel the significance. 

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