North Carolina’s feudalist “conservative” leaders, including the Civitas Institute, Koch Brothers, and the Austrian School, all agree that the banksters should have their way, in the ultimate control of our monetary system. They agree with Bill Clinton who removed Glass-Steagall protections.
Larouche PAC: North Carolina Feudalists Screech Against Glass-Steagall Resolution
North Carolina’s anti-government Civitas Institute has come out swinging against H.R. 836, the “Support Restoration of Glass-Steagall Act” introduced before the state legislature with four co-sponsors from both parties. Civitas nominated the resolution for its “Bad Bill of the Week” on April 29, fulminating that the resolution “is a fact-free proclamation seeking to perpetuate a harmful myth surrounding the financial collapse of 2008… namely that it was de-regulation of the banking system that caused the financial crisis.”
What, then, is the Civitas Institute? It is financed almost exclusively by right-wing North Carolina businessman and powerbroker Arthur Pope, a close buddy of the notorious anti-government Koch brothers, who also associates with the Atlas Economic Research Institute created by the feudalists of the “Austrian School” and its Mont Pelerin Society.
No surprise, then, that this crowd would scramble to sink North Carolina from joining “the Glass-Steagall train.” North Carolina Representative Walter Jones was the initiating co-sponsor with Marcy Kaptur on H.R. 129, the federal bill to restore Glass-Steagall, and the idea of support from the state legislature for H.R. 129 does not please Bank of America, which squats over the state from its Charlotte headquarters.
“Who’s Funding This?!”
Academics interested in liberty regularly have to deal with accusations of intellectual corruption. Because of my research and popular writing, I’ve been accused of being in the pocket of Wal-Mart, oil companies, and the World Bank, to name those who come immediately to mind.
Tea Party Financiers Owe Their Fortune to Josef Stalin
The secretive oil billionaires of the Koch family, the main supporters of the right-wing groups that orchestrated the Tea Party movement, would not have the means to bankroll their favorite causes had it not been for the pile of money the family made working for the Bolsheviks in the late 1920s and early 1930s
Fiscal Cliff: What is Illuminati Endgame?
Tea Party Republicans who want to take away the punch bowl through tax increases and spending cuts. They are the creation of the Illuminati Jewish Koch brothers, described in this article. – See more at: http://www.henrymakow.com/koch.html#sthash.7beivyec.dpuf