Banksters HATE The Free Market

01/12/201931 Comments

It's no secret that governments hate the free market. At its base, every single government tax, license, regulation and restriction is an implicit rebuke to the idea that humans should be able to interact freely with those around them.

This is old news to my long-term readers, but it bears repeating because many have been duped by the purveyors of socialist dogma to believe that free interaction between sovereign individuals is a scourge that must be eradicated. Because, you see, the fact that food, clothing, shelter, health care and the means of production don't magically rain from the sky into the lap of every person on the planet means that any attempt to exchange your skills and services with another in return for compensation is slavery. (No, this is not an analogy, it's LITERAL SLAVERY, guys!)

The words "free market" have become so tainted in modern economic discourse that their very mention tends to evoke a slew of supposedly related and equally hated terms. "Capitalism" and "big business" and "banker" are thrown together in a stew with "free market" so that anyone who talks about voluntary transactions between free people in a positive manner is obviously a poor-hating fat cat who lights his cigars with $100 bills and dines on the tears of beggars.

But here's a puzzler for the socialists in the crowd: Why is it that the very banksters against whom they so rightfully rage are in fact their biggest allies in the fight against the free market?

I know this perfectly straightforward observation will come as a shock to some of my readers, so let's break it down.

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  1. HomeRemedySupply says:

    Nice closing statement to Corbett’s article…
    It’s the oldest trick in the book, but it still works. Every. Single. Time. And that’s why the bankers continue to use it.

  2. mkey says:

    Sharyl Attkisson’s report is, in my view, far outshone by this recent Highwire report on the same topic.


    They go into far more detail in this hour and half long talk.

    • manbearpig says:

      Depends on the audience but I was REALLY impressed by THE YEAR OF THE BRAVE (I’m very impressionable though). They do indeed go into greater detail, but for an already sympathetic audience.

      The Sharyl Attkisson report is for reaching mainstreamer’s (or “normies”?)

      Now I’ll go back to watching Richard Grove’s (loooonnng) interview with William Binney…


      • mkey says:

        Not many “normies” on TCR, I’d wager. At any rate, I wasn’t urging against watching Sharyl’s report.

        Grove really likes doing these detailed interviews, I managed to soak in some three hours of his mega interview with Gatto, but I got sidetracked several times. It’s in the backlog, I hope to finish it off some time soon.

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      Del Bigtree’s presentation really did give a premium and detailed report.
      I loved it!

      I think Sheryl’s report might be geared towards a different category of audience. Pro-vaccine folks might be more inclined to hear her out without putting up a wall.

  3. russ says:

    The reason the trillionaire Zionist bankers in the independent nation called The City (that’s headquartered in the middle of London) hate the free market is that there are far fewer people to purchase and keep track of compared to an open system like the Founders established in the US. In the case of dictators and despots who’ve taken over a country, there’s generally only a handful that need to be on these bankers’ payroll. It really boils down to that. Money and power is what they worship and deal in. They’ve been at it several centuries.

    These bankers incubated communism and birthed it and all its horrors when they financed the Bolshevik revolution in Russia in 1917 (their first try failed in 1913), had the Tsar and his family killed, stole his treasure, and supported a revolution that slaughtered 60 million + mostly white Christian Russians circa 1917 into the late 1950’s — earth’s real holocaust that’s never discussed, taught, mentioned in the West.

    • magnetstar says:

      Excuse me, but I just cannot help but commenting on these sort of comments. There is no doubt the Bolshevik Revolution unleashed a great totalitarian disaster for Russia, and subsequently its neighboring countries, and that the number of people died as a result of that era numbers in the millions. But something that I have noticed is that people keep insisting on the massively inflated and unsubstantiated figure for 50-70 million deaths in the USSR up through the Stalin era, which there is no real basis for. No meticulous data searching, no consideration of first hand accounts, no consideration of historical events that transpired afterwards, just numbers pulled out of thin air to fit an agenda simply to outmatch the death toll of “Right wing” Fascist Regimes. It simply does not make much sense. Especially when you consider the staggering death toll of WWII on the Soviet Union and the Soviet Unions emerging as a major power in the region afterwards despite that. A much more reasonable estimate is around 10-20 million. The figure 50 million+ deaths is more applicable to Mao’s China from 1949-1976 while Mao was in power. Just wanted to point that out because the figure of 50-70 million deaths is just floated here and there as a ‘fact’ in many alternative AND mainstream circles and I think that is quite absurd that that ‘fact’ is presented and it does not get challenged much. (Even if one does try to challenge that ‘fact’, that person will be most likely to be labeled as a “Red Communist Sympathizer” even if one is not). Also, your and many other’s assertion that the totalitarian crimes and characteristics in the Soviet Union is somehow not discussed at all in the West is also a blatant error or lie. In fact, is one of the most discussed topics in modern history. Sure it may not be as discussed as much as the holocaust, but it is just behind it in terms of frequency of discussion. The communist regimes that are ACTUALLY not much discussed and known in the West is Mao’s China, Pol Pot’s Cambodia, North Korea, Vietnam, Laos, Mongolia and more. Compared to that the USSR was considered the main enemy of the US and its western allies for over four decades and directly relates to the history of Europe, so it does tend to get much more attention and discussion, contrary to common belief. Other than that, you are correct in saying that the horrors of Communism was indeed funded and supported by the Bankers and big business. But also note that the article and Antony Sutton clearly says that other forms of totalitarianism were supported by the bankers and big business as well. Forms of Government such as: fascism in Europe, Islamic Religious dictatorships in the middle east, military rulers in Latin America, Asia, Africa, and many more. As stated above, for these Bankers and big Business, ideology is not the question, but rather power and control. Any type of totalitarian forms of government (including of course disguised democracies known as the West) would do for them (some more than others, but that really depends on the individual characteristics of the rulers themselves). But I will add that Bankers and Big Business are not the only Phantom influence in World geopolitics… but that is a topic for another time.

  4. mkey says:

    The Progressive Income Tax: A Tale of Three Brothers

    How did Tom, Dick and Harry fare against the progressive income tax? I guess you’ll just have to click the link, watch the 5 minute video and see for your self.

    Spoiler: Harry got bitchslapped.

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      Oh man! It does sound like the current mindset.

      • mkey says:

        It IS the current mindset. So many people have been so disillusioned into thinking a system like this is “fair” or “right”. It’s hypersocialism, what it is.

        • generalbottlewasher says:

          Mkey, Im assuming you are not a native speaking American. Eventhough you do use very good Bacon English. I ran into ‘ hypersocialism last night. See comment below. It seems kismet.

          What I am going to correct in your comment is its presupposition “… It Is the current mindset.”

          You are assuming They have a mind! If you have abandoned the use of mind than you have no mind ; ergo no Mindset! Their heads are empty.

          • mkey says:

            It’s a knee jerk reaction, then? It is rooted in the brain, at any rate. A thick veil all over reason.

            I’ve seen your previous comment about ongoings, but I couldn’t muster a meaningful reply. Maybe try to catch one of those courses done by Larken Rose?

            • generalbottlewasher says:

              Mkey, yes ! I will ketchup with you later on this, it truly was shocking for it was deliberate and willful blindness. It took a lot of condiments to not
              stroke-out with all these loaded base friends of mine.

              I do enjoy Rose and intend review.

            • Mielia says:

              hey mkey,
              “Maybe try to catch one of those courses done by Larken Rose?”
              I guess, you allude to one of those Candle in the Dark seminars? If I remember correctly Larken announced that the ones at Anarchapulco and Anarchaforko this year will be the last ones.

  5. HomeRemedySupply says:

    The Just For Fun video was a nice change of pace for me.
    Some amazing scenes.

    • mkey says:

      To be frank with you, I didn’t notice any oddities, looked like a plain match of baseball to me. Of course, most baseball I watches was in that one Simpons episode.

  6. mkey says:

    WHY Sugar is as Bad as Alcohol (Fructose, The Liver Toxin)

    The guy is not setting the record straight on fruits, just fructose so there’s no need to get your knickers in a twist, as I almost did.

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      Thursday, January 10, 2019 – University of California NEWS
      The mechanism in the liver, much like the video, is explained, but in more layman terms in this recent news release from the University of California.
      The low fat diet propaganda is exposed also.

      Conspiracy? Propaganda? Influence? You bet your sweet tooth.
      (By the way, the sugar industry also helped to push the water fluoridation agenda. Search ‘sugar’ at

      Sugar’s sick secrets: How industry forces have manipulated science to downplay the harm

      Here is that mechanism which the video refers to, but explained in other terms within the University article…
      The problem with fructose is that the body can turn only so much of it into energy; the liver transforms the rest into fat globules called triglycerides, which in excess can wreak havoc. The liver releases some of these into the bloodstream, causing “sugar belly” (an especially dangerous form of body fat) and raising cholesterol levels (which are linked to heart disease).

      Even worse, the triglycerides that stay in the liver affect insulin’s ability to regulate blood sugar, a condition known as insulin resistance. This causes more fructose to be turned into fat and accelerates the amount of fat the liver releases into the blood. It’s a vicious cycle — one too many Americans are trapped in.

  7. generalbottlewasher says:

    James Corbett, I had an opportunity to show case your subscriber news letter to a few friends last night. It did not go so well . Why you might wonder? It was your writing style of claiming something wholly impossible in the first sentence. { It’s no secrete that governments hate the free markets.}
    The walls went up, within seconds,and no further discussion or necessity to read any more of this {trash} was attempted.
    My question to the Bio- organisms with whom no desire to inquire into a topic so foreign ( or threatening too) to their own, world view ie.reality, was as follows. ” how can you know the content of communication, ideas , like a message in a clear bottle, that you can see only a few words on the paper inside, and lay a claim of knowing anything without removing the lid of the bottle and extracting the paper?
    Their collective response was ” we just see that government works and you don’t like government. ”
    So I ask how do you know the message in the bottle is about government.? Answer- “its in the title and after the first sentence makes it clear.”
    Theretofore James you must now write with some changes to your vocabulary!
    Bankers now means Government , and your premises of ” no secret ” is wrong! IT IS A SECRET AND WILL REMAIN SO!

  8. FlyingAxblade says:

    1) Suspicious Observer’s: I’m no fan of Ben. Maybe his mellowed out on his hyper aggressive defense? Seems, I say, seems to be a fear porn channel with a solution which means nothing except “I told you so.” Perhaps that has changed in the last 3 years since I quit being mesmerized by his psuedo-psience.
    2) Article on MPN site, 2nd or third in, about Venezuela about to become HOT war zone. This is predicted by even silly me and is the front battle to get into S. Africa once they go full Somali. Both of these places will have contracts with China to rebuild the failed infrastructure that will have been bombed into oblivion so that New Smart NWO Cities can be constructed as virtual prison-paradises.
    3) I’m noticing that the older my parents get that even though they say they are Republicans they need reminding that Republicans are for LESS Guvmint. They decry the bad things, yet then seem to think that more guvmint is the solution to all the bad guvmint. I wonder if that’s true of all old people who no longer want to fight like they used to in their 30’s & 40’s.
    Perhaps voting should be restricted to those over the drinking age & under retirement age?
    Since we know that not voting will only go away when we are all Socialists.

    • Mielia says:

      maybe they are Tucker Carlson Republicans
      he outed himself basically as a Socialist recently

      tucker carlson driverless trucks typed into the youtube searchbar or for a direct video title (of a shorter clip):
      “ARE YOU JOKING?!” – Ben Shapiro vs. Tucker Carlson Debate

  9. zyxzevn says:

    Q the plan to fool the world

    • manbearpig says:

      OMG OMG!!! I’M SHOCKED!! SHOCKED I TELL YOU!!?? WHO WOULDA THUNK IT???!!! Let’s all commit MASS SUICIDE TOGETHER!! LIKE LEMMINGS!! (oh wait no…maybe I’ll just observe a moment of silence, in protest…and uh, mourning…or something)
      now I’m late for the hamsterwheel…

    • HomeRemedySupply says:


    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      Jason Bermas joins us live with Q, find out how the hoax began from the team itself.
      – Pulse Change –

      • zyxzevn says:

        I find it interesting how the Q movement got such a following.
        Why do they not have any critical thinking? Bad education/media?
        Do they want to belief in a good government and heroes?
        Do they want to deny the deep corruption of US?

        The same problem is probably on all sides of the political spectrum,
        and religious/scientific spectrum.
        Is your own belief being manipulated in some way?

        We see how science is manipulated by the Global warming movement.
        And by the corrupt medical industry.
        By the CIA and political groups.
        Also by prejudice against ancient cultures and the paranormal.

      • mkey says:

        Defango is one massive troll, for what it’s worth.
        I remember him from the days (not that long ago) while he trolled Nathan from Lift the veil channel, a guy who’s apparently bipolar so things got funky.

        I don’t know anything about shadowdancer.

        But to trust anything defango has to say, you’d need to have your picture up on

        Q anon is fake certainly, but defango is the perfect source of reasonable doubt. There’s a high probability Bermas got trolled.

    • zyxzevn says:

      Also funny:
      The mechanics of deception
      About the movie: “Wag the dog”.
      It shows the extend of the media manipulations.
      Includes fake news around a fake war.

    • pearl says:

      Never watched a Q video myself. Around the 8 minute mark, Bermas mentions how some people really go off the rails into weird thinking, how everything is a conspiratorial illusion, let alone other wild tangents. Briefly tip-toeing around some of the sites I’ve found mere degrees of separation from here, I found them to be creepy and oppressive, like I ought to run my computer through a few cycles of Bleach Bit. Others, being more mainstream, are just a bit too sensational for my wary self. I guess that’s a big part of why James Corbett’s personality and work appeals to me; from my formerly duped and seasoned perspective, I have come to trust that he’s genuine, honest, healthily skeptical, centered, optimistic and down to earth.

  10. geof.h says:

    The Russian Revolution was coopted by Wall Street?

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