Do you see a veiled threat funded by the bankers?
Central banking funds military arms and armed policy enforcers (Police & Military).
Is the MSM news propaganda platforms hinting at what is to come and with an alibi for the central banksters no less?
– Currency wars –
Don’t blame the bankers.
Blame it on voters, and policy changes from populous sentiment…
The “Big-Money” speculation has begun about upcoming elections in France.
They were wrong about BREXIT, and wrong about Clinton victory, and now “Big Money” wants Marine Le Pen to lose the upcoming election. Even the markets can see the rise of social unrest and popularity in the exit the Euro movement.
Yet, the spectator.co.uk claims “A Le Pen victory would be the worst crisis for half a century.”
The European Union technocrats are campaigning against populous movements and against member nations exiting the Euro.
This rhetoric should not be a surprise to anyone aware of the European central banking scheme.
Why are markets spooked?
As per her recently released manifesto, Le Pen has promised to unilaterally take France out of the Euro within six months, sparking concerns over what might happen then. The answer comes from the National Front itself, which overnight revealed its plans to the FT, suggesting that €1.7 trillion of French public debt would be redenominated into francs if the far-right National Front party gets into power. -zerohedge.com
- Economists: Le Pen Victory Would Lead To “Massive Sovereign Default”, Global Financial Chaos –zerohedge.com
- Matthew Hartley, a debt capital markets partner at Allen & Overy, said: “Because the bonds are governed by French law, they just have to change French law to change the terms of the bonds.”
- The FN’s Rachline said French debt would be redenominated on a “one franc to one euro” basis. But he added that reintroducing a national currency that could fall in value against the rump euro would lower France’s total debt burden. “[Having our own currency] will allow us to do a competitive devaluation,” he said.
- It is unclear whether Le Pen will win or not: there are two more months to go, and even with her rise in the polls against scandal-ridden opponents, one can debate if she has enough support to win.