There’s a trail over the last century of folks who fit into this bizzarre set of categories, forming a club of sorts:
Serve on Boards and Foundations associated with American and European largest banks and a few large companies associated with them through common directors
Related banks are the lenders to central banks
Sit on boards of Central Banks and were founders of central banks
Sit on boards of news media in the U.S.
Ivy League: schools, endowments, Board directors, and, of course, they attend those schools exclusively
Various think tanks
The Council on Foreign Relations (founded by J P Morgan)
Behind the founding of the League of Nations and the United Nations
The U.S. government, mainly the White House, State Dept and Treasury
There are a few more organizations...
But this should be enough to think it strange that there are common ties going back a century between these.
And U.S. foreign policy and the news media have all been going in the direction that the leaders of this network desire during that time.
The network has a history of investing in totalitarian states.
The network of directors of these organizations are the representatives of the institutions that are the creditors of all nations that have debt.
Every time there is a war, the nations have to borrow more to prosecute the war, and to reconstruct afterwards. Which is more government borrowing for which they need the services of this network.
Much of the organizations is “hidden in plain sight” (no one thinks about it and it’s never reported on), while particulare negotiations, conversations, transactions, etc., are not public.
Thank you, but I’m nowhere closer to understanding what a bankster is.
In the model you’ve described, who are the heavy hitters - and why? (i.e. command/control elements)?