George Soros = Bad Guy. The US is an ignorant but willing participant with more than one half of the party system controlled by Sorros funding. The takeover of the US was started aggressively back in 1998 with these same organizations giving grants to schools, teachers and political causes. Acorn was formed to become a federally funded activist group run by the Rathke brothers with support from Sorros companies to coordinate from the inside. Acorn was exposed, de-funded and has since changed it’s name but has not ceased operations. Part of Acorn’s mission was to destabilize banks by helping people get fraudulent loans. They have done very well, and now many banks in many countries suffer because of the problems. Even though Obama claimed to be anti-colonial he has been more invasive than any other president in history. Note that Obama came from the New Party which was founded by Sorros people. 7 senators were members of the New Party which was the extreme left wing of the Democrat party. Obama’s political campaign began in the home of Rules for Radicals writer Saul Alinsky. All of this has been planned… the fundamental transformation of the US, the fundamental transformation of the rest of the world… What the “brilliant” people never plan for is the suffering that results from their meddling. They just assume that in the end, everyone will be grateful. Here is the proof that we are being used as foot soldiers in the war to enslave the world! READ IT!
PwP Exclusive ©March 9 2011 (link to this page or give the source)
Islamic banks have been eating into the profits of conventional banks in the Middle East because: they don’t charge interest (Shariah Law), they are growing very rapidly, and (in these catastrophic economic times) they are more stable than western banks.
The New York Times article “Islamic banking rises on oil wealth, drawing non-Muslims” ( November 22, 2007) reported: “Rising oil wealth is lifting Islamic banking – which adheres to the laws of the Koran and its prohibition against charging interest – into the financial mainstream. . . . In addition to Islamic loans, there are Islamic bonds, Islamic credit cards …In Islamic banking, financiers are required to share borrowers’ risks, meaning that depositors are treated more like shareholders, earning a portion of profits. …And while the biggest Islamic banks are in the wealthy Gulf states, the most attractive potential markets are in Turkey and North Africa (emphasis added) and among European Muslims… .”
Most people of the world prefer the conventional banking model. They don’t mind paying 20% interest on small loans (credit card). They don’t want to share in their bank’s profits: they want their banks to grow even bigger and stronger and more powerful to compete on international markets. They don’t mind paying income tax to bail out monster banks (i.e. too big to fail) for their bad gambling debts (i.e. TARP in U.S.) [and because that bail out is added to the government’s debt, they don’t mind paying interest on the bail out to the Federal Reserve (whose policies created the crisis)]. They don’t mind children dying in Africa due to third-world usury (countries that can’t pay down the principle have gone further into debt instead of declaring bankruptcy).
With the support of their governments, Islamic Finance is the fastest growing sector in the MENA region (Middle East North Africa) with huge business opportunities ahead in the untapped Muslim populations in many countries. Middle East regimes threaten to derail the forces of globalization and unseat traditional banking because Islam is setting up an attractive alternate model to conventional banking. Suffering a setback after the “Battle in Seattle”, the globalists have wrapped themselves in the cloak of democracy to further their agenda. Conventional western bankers see regime change in the Middle East as an imperative to competing with the success of the Islamic banking system (Henry, Clement Moore, PhD. and Robert Springborg. Globalization and the politics of development in the Middle East, Cambridge University Press, 2001, 2nd edition 2010).