The Secret Empire; The City of London

Thomas Wilson
Thomas Wilson

After the fall of the British Empire in the latter half of the 20th century the bankers who were the core directors of this visible military dominion changed direction and created a largely invisible empire of wealth, much of it illegal and off the books worth trillions of dollars. This should be essential viewing for everyone on this board. This is the core of the enemy that we find deployed against us.

This is a superb documentary on an economic, and political phenomenon which is either ignored or denied. You're not going to want to miss this one. I'm surprised they could even get the footage of the City itself. For the most part filming is forbidden there.

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economist.com/europe/1998/11/05/the-whore-of-the-republic
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b-ok.cc/book/2844028/cd6bc8
nypost.com/2016/10/02/tickets-for-holidays-at-uptown-synagogue-rival-hamilton-prices/
archive.org/details/TheNamelessWar_105
archive.org/details/pdfy-LzPJrXY17uzk3bu9
linkedin.com/jobs/view/1254424585/

Dylan Lopez
Dylan Lopez

For the most part filming is forbidden there.
you learn something new every day.

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Blake Green
Blake Green

lol even loitering is forbidden there.

Jackson Morris
Jackson Morris

By the middle of this video it gets deep into the vast flows of trillions of dollars of criminal money and how it's effected the deindustrialization of Britain and the USA as financialization favors mere speculation in real estate. This is the story of our lives since the seventies.

Jayden Bailey
Jayden Bailey

Is it diverse? Why aren't more Africans living there?
We need to correct this abhorrent act of ebil raysism by flooding the place with vibrant diversity.

Jack Morris
Jack Morris

good luck, it is a fortress, basically a foreign country.

Christopher Long
Christopher Long

And its literally a sovereign "state" yes?

Ryan Anderson
Ryan Anderson

But borders are racist…

Colton Jackson
Colton Jackson

When the Queen of England visits, she walks in a subordinate position to the Lord Mayor.

Julian Morales
Julian Morales

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Kayden Wood
Kayden Wood

not sure about that, maybe on paper. but they do have their own police and a soft border. they used to have a wall around it.

Samuel Collins
Samuel Collins

true. rumour has it she used to have to bow or something, seems a little far fetched though.

Blake Johnson
Blake Johnson

she used to have to bow or something, seems a little far fetched though.

Owen Sanchez
Owen Sanchez

and the lord mayor's show is an exercise in military precision.

Anthony Sullivan
Anthony Sullivan

This book is really important you know. It maps out the real budget and real source of revenues for governmental parties (who are all one and the same despite being ostensible rivals) and state intelligence services. Thus countries that seem small and relatively poor actually throw their weight around behind the scenes far out of their class, such as France and Gabon thanks to vast slush funds of oil cash from Elf.

Adam Bailey
Adam Bailey

britain

you mean the (((rothschilds))) right?

Gavin Powell
Gavin Powell

Bigger than them.

Easton Hernandez
Easton Hernandez

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Cooper Wilson
Cooper Wilson

you are so motherfucking retarded, the rothschilds own britain you fuckin dolt. the city of london is 100% rothschilds since they bought the entire london stock exchange for pennies on the dollar when they found out napoleon lost before everyone else but started selling everything making it look like he won, crashing the market and subsequently buying literally everything

Jaxson Barnes
Jaxson Barnes

The City of London is the kehillah headquarter of the jewish cabal for this hemisphere, New York is the other. They have many more secured terrorist hideouts across the globe. The mantle of terror around London was designed as an extra layer of protection during the ongoing war on Europe.

Kevin Cox
Kevin Cox

If you know so much, then why don't you call them by their real name? BAUER. user, the rabbit hole goes way deeper than the names known to the public sphere.

Aaron Bennett
Aaron Bennett

BAUER
Indeed, and not in the sense of "farmer", but in the sense of "builder", i. e. "builders of the tower" AKA the co-creators of freemasonry.

Nicholas Edwards
Nicholas Edwards

My thesis is this; a single seat in a good synagogue in Vancouver is $100,000.00 a year, and no time off for good behavior. Pay up or fuck off, that's what the rabbis say. There's a lot of seats in a big synagogue. Do the math
A synagogue is a bank, a big bank and it's not just run by the rabbis. There are mysterious committees of synagogue members who rule it quietly. There's old women, university students, ordinary members in there. If you have a business plan they will listen to it and if its good they'll lend you money.

There are wealthier synagogues than Schara Tzedeck. And there's lots of synagogues.

I beleive that the Rothschilds are just the front men for a world wide network of synagogue/banks. Judaism really is communistic, among the jews that is. Time and again we have seen big wheels wielding a ton of power who die and leave meager inheritances. JP Morgan for example. And I think George Soros himself isn't that rich. These kinds of men are chosen by the world network of synagogue/banks to do the bidding of their governing committees.

Lincoln James
Lincoln James

Quality thread OP. Will give a listen while I work out.

Lucas King
Lucas King

London, DC, Vatican are all part of the same thing, Switzerland is connected too

Joshua Collins
Joshua Collins

I love the old bird's emphasis on the word "teeth"

Ian Myers
Ian Myers

What if regulatory policy was based on observations of how predators like wolves and lions regulate the vast grazing herds
hunt in packs, ruthless efficiency, with sharp teeth

Jordan Nelson
Jordan Nelson

Bauer
do you mean the same family as the media conglomerate?
if not, can you please give infos or links on the rothschild's family tree

Owen Anderson
Owen Anderson

Want to know something else that most don't?
The City has its own man in parliament. The Remembrancer of the City of London.
Not an MP, just a parliamentary agent. Meaning no oversight.

Austin Clark
Austin Clark

Most of the banks nowdays aren't even based in the city of London but the whole canary wharf area , which is in tower Hamlets

City of London has its weird local government becuase it is the oldest municipality in England and has a unique situation of not having many permanent residents but mostly offices of businesses.

It's not a fortress I dont think you've actually been it's just neighborhood of London with archaic governance structures, anyone can drive or walk into it , most of time you won't even know if you have left

Gabriel Barnes
Gabriel Barnes

parliamentary agent.
It also means they can't vote or speak in parliament

Noah Taylor
Noah Taylor

Yes and no.
He has unfettered access to MPs and meetings with him don't have to be declared.
And since he is essentially appointed by the financial district, there is considerable money behind him and MPs know this.

When he speaks. MPs do listen.

Camden Lopez
Camden Lopez

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Dominic Flores
Dominic Flores

Most of the banks nowdays aren't even based in the city of London

The video says there's more banks in the City of London than anywhere else on earth.

Evan Lee
Evan Lee

Checked
Why don’t ( ( (they) ) ) want to be filmed there? What could that reason be I wonder….I wonder what that reason could be…../

Wyatt Perez
Wyatt Perez

( ( ( they ) ) ) wouldn't mind, it's just to offer some peace of mind and a chance to avoid being spotted by investigators of all kind to the drug dealers, the corrupt politicians, the billionaires evading taxes or the security agents managing blackmail money who all come here to do honest bank business

Aaron Garcia
Aaron Garcia

Is This the Bilderberg or the Circle K Behind My House?

Where does true power reside? Is it waving at you from a stage-lit, Presidentially-sealed podium? Or tucked away inside a billionaire’s wallet? Can you smell it in a mahogany-clad clubroom at Yale in the smoke of a Bonesman’s cigar, or catch a glimpse of its dark feathers perching on the advisory council of a transnational bank? One thing we know for sure: the nature and location of power is changing, and the agents of that change are the Californian technology companies that have the taken the 21st century by the throat.

A revolution in “connection technologies” means we are entering what executive chairman at Google, Eric Schmidt, calls “a new age of shared power.” New power dynamics will be played out within what he calls “the interconnected estate,” a realm in which, soon enough, humans will be sharing power, policies, and influence not just with each other, but with increasingly intelligent computers.

The rise of Artificial Intelligence is set to change everything: the dynamics of power and politics for starters, but beyond that, the nature of life itself. “We are just at the beginning of this infinite journey,” gushes PayPal founder and AI enthusiast Peter Thiel, as he announces his intention to live forever. Thiel sits on the board of Facebook, a company “on a mission to connect the world,” and one of the biggest investors in AI. Meanwhile, over at Google’s DeepMind project, British specialist Demis Hassabis, is working to unravel “the deepest mysteries of the mind.” Hassabis wants to create Artificial Intelligence in order to “solve intelligence and use it to solve everything else.”

Solve everything, connect everyone, live forever: the time for humble ambitions is past. The mood of the day is summed up in the triumphant howl that echoes from Google’s R&D department, when the former head of DARPA, Regina Dugan, swallows a microchip in a pill that turns her body into a digital authentication device, and cries: “My first superpower!”

Grandiose ambitions and the promise of fantastic new powers, but what about the old power structures? The old money? The beating heart of the old Anglo-American Empire is the City of London. Ever since the East India Company controlled half the world’s trade, London has been a nexus of global finance, and the Square Mile is still home to over 40% of the world’s foreign exchange market: a gob-smacking $2.67 trillion in daily trades.

To this day, the City remains on the cutting edge of digital trading, happily blowing up shiny new virtual bubbles, and devising newfangled financial instruments, yet its power lies in a hoary old formula: the extreme concentration of wealth by the extremely few. The suits may be sharper and the phones faster, but it’s no different in structure from ancient Egypt.

The traditional means of maintaining your position “inside” the circle of power is to protect your boundary at all costs. The same tactic is used by banking cartels, elite policy groups, Chinese politburos, and secret societies: guard the walls.

For example, Oxford University’s Bullingdon Club—a notorious private dining society, depicted on the big screen as The Riot Club, and through whose puke-splashed portals have crawled such eminent individuals as the Prime Minister, David Cameron, and his loyal Chancellor, George Osborne.

Membership requires some very expensive tailoring, but before you’re allowed to don the splendid trousers and spatter them with champagne vomit, you have to be selected and initiated. The rituals of initiation include having to burn a £50 note in front of a beggar, which must be some comfort to the beggar, who can think, “I may be homeless but at least I’m not a giant arse.”

The whole thing has an old-school vibe: the trousers may be splendid, but they’re thoroughly retro. There’s a kind of Cecil Rhodes imperialist air to the proceedings: these are the chosen few, the mighty protectors of Empire, roaring like young lions, before wiping the cocaine stains off their chinless faces with a terrified waitress’s bra, and going out into the world to stake their claim on power.

And some make it. Cameron and Osborne graduated from Bullingdon Club into Westminster, and then scrabbled even higher up the ladder to the Bilderberg Group. If the City of London is the beating heart of Empire, Bilderberg is its brain. Founded in 1954, this private society is one of the most venerable, powerful and secretive policy forums in the world.

John King
John King

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Samuel Davis
Samuel Davis

David Ricardo’s theory of comparative advantage elegantly describes principles that lead different
jurisdictions to specialize in certain things: fine wines from France, cheap manufactures from China,
and computers from the United States. But when we find that the British Virgin Islands, with fewer
than twenty-five thousand inhabitants, hosts over eight hundred thousand companies, or that more than
40 percent of foreign direct investment into India comes from Mauritius, Ricardo’s theory loses its
traction. Companies and capital migrate not to where they are most productive but to where they can
get the best tax break. There is nothing “efficient” about any of this.
The

Christopher Nguyen
Christopher Nguyen

The second offshore tier involves individual U.S. states. A range of different things are happening,
in a number of states. Florida, for example, is where Latin American elites do their banking, and the
United States generally does not share banking information with those countries, so a lot of this is taxevading
and other criminal money, protected by U.S. secrecy. Florida’s banks also have a long history
of harboring Mob and drug money, often in complex partnerships with the nearby British Caribbean
havens. On a different tack, smaller U.S. states like Wyoming, Delaware, and Nevada have become
specialists in offering low-cost and very strong forms of almost unregulated corporate secrecy, which
has attracted illicit money, and even terrorist money, from around the globe.

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Oliver Cruz
Oliver Cruz

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Easton Jenkins
Easton Jenkins

You can't just not post a link to the docu

Cooper Garcia
Cooper Garcia

test

Daniel Price
Daniel Price

try this; go down there on foot cross the border into the city. before crossing be aware of your surroundings, you will see the security arrangements, the ring of steel, the rerouted traffic, the chokepoints.
then once inside try smoking a few cigarettes or checking your phone for around 20 mins. you will start to attract minders. its a fortress it just isn't done in the prehistoric vulgar way it is done in other countries.

Connor Wilson
Connor Wilson

There’s absolutely nothing wrong with tax evasion and your shitty left wing documentary proves nothing other than your own stupidity.
hurr durr give your money to zog pay taxes goy it’s good for you don’t use legal tax avoidance
you don’t need banking privacy if you have nothing to hide goy just give us full access to all your financial information so we have complete control over you, financial secrecy jurisdictions are bad you know
< go back to reading the talmud commie
Your thread sucks and so do you.
Fucking moron.

Nolan Green
Nolan Green

What are your sources for this story about priced seats in synagogues?

Would be nice if it were a majority of WN/NS people doing the evasion, not cunts, traitors and all sorts of colored and Jews.

Cameron Gray
Cameron Gray

you are so motherfucking retarded
the rothschilds own britain you fuckin dolt
Nope.
Read this book - Who Owns Britain by Kevin Cahill - written by a man who actually took the time to research the matter. It is quite an eye-opener. Link provided.
b-ok.cc/book/2844028/cd6bc8

Ayden Morgan
Ayden Morgan

nypost.com/2016/10/02/tickets-for-holidays-at-uptown-synagogue-rival-hamilton-prices/

The hottest ticket in town is not “Hamilton,” but a seat for the Jewish High Holidays at a tony Upper East Side synagogue.

Ducats for the first 10 rows for Sunday night’s Rosh Hashanah service at Temple Emanu-El on Fifth Avenue will set worshippers back $3,275 each.

An orchestra seat for the Broadway hit on Sunday afternoon would cost you only $1,502.

The synagogue’s price package also includes an annual membership to the Reform temple.

Even a ticket in the less desirable Section M is $835 and difficult to come by. Tickets for always-crowded Yom Kippur and Rosh Hashanah services usually sell out far in advance, according to a temple administrator.

While it is common for synagogues to sell membership and holiday packages, some have criticized the “pay to pray” model.

Charles Bailey
Charles Bailey

This is no news OP. Stop wasting our time.

Gavin Cook
Gavin Cook

Stop it!
This is D&C!

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Joshua Jenkins
Joshua Jenkins

This is no news OP. Stop wasting our time.
Zig Forums is not a breaking news site like half chan it's despised cousin. Zig Forums is a historical education site of often obscure subjects. Many do not know that there are two Londons; the vast modern London city and the ancient Medieval City of London. The outlaw nature of The City of London is a deliberately kept vail of secrecy , thanks to the internet is gradually being torn away. This video was the best I've seen yet. It's as valuable a document for Zig Forums's readership as Eustache Mullin's Secrets of the Federal Reserve and Archibald Maule Ramsay's The Nameless War.

archive.org/details/TheNamelessWar_105

archive.org/details/pdfy-LzPJrXY17uzk3bu9

Cameron Sanchez
Cameron Sanchez

The City of London is the capital of World Jewry.

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Nolan Clark
Nolan Clark

These internationalists never stop talking about how AI is going to change the world. AI is just the foundation for their Orwellian system, the giant control center of a technocratic empire doomed to extinction but unlike other empires displacing the natural world for itself so that everything will suffer. Where does the river flow?

Adam Reyes
Adam Reyes

Looks like taking photos anywhere is illegal in bongland now…kek

Jace Hall
Jace Hall

I think I might be seeing through the matrix right now and it's really fucking with me.

Shock factor gatekeeping aside, the supposed "fascists" here are doing a really good job of breeding hatred against the capitalist class by targeting things like the City of London. This isn't the first time I've seen things like this either on this site and others like it. Is there anyone here that would care to enlighten me if they themselves are?

Has this whole project, the memetic warfare going as far back to the first anons before they were even called anons. The anarchists and leftists of old in the days of usenet and the like. Have you all deliberately been using the guise of a so called war on "jewry" as a vehicle to advance leftist politics? As in, playing nazi brings some of the most powerful grassroot abilities of the internet against the capitalist beast while simultaneously quarantining any real fascistic sentiments as most in meatspace would never actually go for it.

Is this all just a powerplay? Do tell, I eagerly await any response.

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Hudson Martin
Hudson Martin

niggerjews continue to bump a dead slide

Chase Ramirez
Chase Ramirez

I've always disputed that National Socialism of the Hitlerian variety is the ultimate answer to the jewish problem, since, after all it failed so catastrophically in the end, perhaps deliberately so. When you have an infestation of tapeworms in your gut your doctor will propose various remedies. If one fails you try another. Hopefully the cure will not kill the patient. We are desperate to find a cure. What that cure will be we don't know yet. I would think though that dressing up in comic opera uniforms, marching around to oompapa bands and waving big red white and black banners would not be particularly effective in obtaining that cure since it's already been tried without success.
Also as an American, I don't think a central government dirigiste solution is the answer either. Most people emigrated here to escape that tyrannical shit.

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Jaxon Green
Jaxon Green

I'm not an authoritarian leftist by any stretch friend. The anarchist tradition grabbed me pretty hard a few years a back after reading about how hard my ancestors fought here in Pittsburgh during the great railroad strikes and The Battle of Homestead. My grandfather was a steelworker and he had some glorious stories that didn't click until I was older.

No. I was just thinking about how people here pin the blame on "jews" a lot, but in actuality they're really talking about capitalists, and I'm not sure that most here even realize that.

Andrew Jones
Andrew Jones

I see y'all are hiring, linkedin.com/jobs/view/1254424585/

Dylan Hill
Dylan Hill

Capitalism and communism are two sides of the same Judeo-materialistic coin. Both are derived from the rootless nature of the jew, a tribe with no home except where they can infest and no values aside from self-worship.

Kevin Robinson
Kevin Robinson

Interesting points. What do you propose as the next remedy?

Grayson Hernandez
Grayson Hernandez

I'm not the user you asked but I'd add that the answer isn't this new "dataist" ideologue coming out silicon valley right now. Dataism is flawed because it assumes that the lens the "dataist" is looking through is objective, which it's not. The silicon valley heads who are adhering to it are looking through the world from this hyper-liberal lens and their experimentation will reflect that.

Not really offering a solution, just adding to the conversation. We can't build something out of pure negation though, and that's the challenge. I'd posit this. Even though I don't have a clear solution, I know humans are capable of one. Capitalism would have never usurped feudalism if weren't capable of building a new narrative both materialistically and culturally. And for all it's ills the modern world is better than the one that came before it.

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Elijah Russell
Elijah Russell

Is it really work? Building new building to shove shit people buy to keep other people working to build shit for you to buy?

Juan Taylor
Juan Taylor

Cry more. You don't see me crying about the shit you've stole , you nigger.

Gavin Gomez
Gavin Gomez

The Political System didn't fail, they simply ran out of fighting age men.