The Purpose of Central Banks

Anna Von Reitz

💬 We must now either wake up or go mad, and be enslaved by our delusions.

People are confused about the purpose of central banks. Since one of my ancestors created the world’s first “Central Bank” for the Kingdom of Prussia during The Seven Years War, it is perhaps oddly fitting that I am the one to tell you: The purpose of all Central Banks is commodity rigging.

The very first Central Bank was created to restrict the amount of coffee being imported into Prussia. At the time, coffee was an exotic and costly import. Like champagne, which appeared on international markets at about the same time, people weren’t quite sure what it was good for, or if it was good for anything at all.

King Frederick the Great took a dim view of Prussian gold being drained out of his country’s economy to buy coffee beans, and so, needed a means to restrict imports. He established the first Central Bank in world history to do this simple task: restrict the importation of coffee beans to Prussia.

Oh, and make a profit doing so. — They didn’t call him “the Great” for nothing, but it was my unassuming ancestor who figured out the nuts and bolts and institutional bureaucracy to implement these goals: a Central Bank to control commodities — all commodities, not just coffee.

The entire economy of a country could be controlled by one Central Bank. This discovery was to have world-spanning consequences. For one thing, it meant the death of free markets and the rise of “regulated currencies”, because the most important commodities of all, money and credit, could be controlled by a Central Bank, right along with sow bellies and coffee.

The Amish Know the Truth

Anna Von Reitz

We have grown up in a world that preaches about “the global community”, and in a sense, yes, we are all part of a global community of people trying to live and better our situations according to the lights we see.

We also constantly hear about “global interdependence” and how one country is dependent on other countries and how we all have to make a good faith effort to get along. That’s true, too — as far as it goes, and on a large scale.

What has been lost sight of in all these high-minded and large scale discussions, is the relationship between self-determination, independence, and self-sufficiency.

You can’t be independent if you are depending on others for things vital to your survival. And if you are not independent, you can’t chart your own course as an individual nor as a country.

By becoming dependent, you give up your ability to self-determine and self-govern. You are reduced down to the lowest common denominator of need.

Let’s use an urgent and immediate example— the new cars coming out this year have dozens of computers installed in them, working every possible function. All those computers have circuit boards and memory chips and “modules” that can fail and render the car useless. And guess where most of those modules are manufactured? China. All it takes is one little glitch, and your brand new $85,000.00 wonder car can be reduced to a safety hazard, or parked, for an indefinite period of time, waiting for parts from a foreign country.

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