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Why Not Impose the Death Penalty on Bankers?

If imposed, it would be cause for great celebration.

by David Sims

THE DIRECTORS and officers of the usurious central banks are harmful to the country, so why don’t our soldiers simply shoot them as enemies? It seems like a good, swift object lesson would do much to deter the international bankers from renewing the danger. If their simultaneous hanging in every country throughout the world could be arranged, it would be cause for a great celebration.

There are degrees of guiltiness. Some capitalists (industrialists) actually do good things with their wealth, things that benefit others and maybe all of mankind. But other capitalists, who aren’t worth what they cost the rest of mankind, should be prevented from doing further harm and punished in proportion to their guilt.

Being a capitalist doesn’t automatically make someone guilty of harming other people, but typically capitalists do have the means at their disposal to harm other people. If they do harm, they deserve punishment, just as if they had used any other device or means to harm people.

The worst of the bunch are the bankers: especially the directors, governors, and shareholders of the Federal Reserve System, the Bank of England, and other central banks in the Western countries. For their crimes, death is the only penalty that satisfies the ends of justice.

Historically, when a public official, such as a Congressman or a President, gets in the bankers’ way, the bankers don’t hesitate to send an assassin to remove the obstruction. Abraham Lincoln, James Garfield, and Louis T. McFadden — and probably John F. Kennedy — were killed because of the greed of the bankers.

So what in the world can be said against, legally, turning the tables and killing the bankers? Not one thing, I should think.

And the politicians who enabled the bankers? They are traitors who have allied themselves with those who make war against their own country. It should not be necessary to mention what should be done with them.

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Source: David Sims

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Anthony Collins
Anthony Collins
12 January, 2017 5:39 am

Sad to say, the following passage from Gustave Le Bon’s book, The Psychology of Socialism (New York: Macmillan, 1899), has proven to be unduly optimistic (p. 294): “As the danger of allowing the intervention of financiers in public affairs has not yet become too conspicuous, the [American] public does not trouble about the matter. When this danger does appear, which will probably happen before very long, the Americans will employ their usual energy in remedying the evil. In such matters their proceedings are abrupt but efficient. We know how they rid themselves of Chinese and negroes who embarrass them. When their financiers and prevaricators embarrass them too much they will have no scruples in lynching a few dozen of them in order to make the others reflect on the utility… Read more »

Anthony Collins
Anthony Collins
Reply to  Anthony Collins
13 January, 2017 8:53 am

In 1919, Adolf Hitler wrote the following in a letter to Adolf Gemlich: “If the ethos of the Jews is revealed in the purely material realm, it is even clearer in their thinking and striving. Their dance around the golden calf is becoming a merciless struggle for all those possessions we prize most highly on earth. “The value of the individual is no longer decided by his character or by the significance of his achievements for the totality, but exclusively by the size of his fortune, by his money. “The loftiness of a nation is no longer to be measured by the sum of its moral and spiritual powers, but rather by the wealth of its material possessions. “This thinking and striving after money and power, and the feelings that… Read more »

Restless Boomers
Restless Boomers
Reply to  Anthony Collins
19 February, 2017 11:09 am

It’s time to reward Jew banksters for their service in the cause of enslaving mankind.

George Wright
George Wright
12 January, 2017 8:48 pm

An astute observation of the financial system and the people who pull it’s levers. Well done, David.

Restless Boomers
Restless Boomers
19 February, 2017 11:14 am

Sounds like a good, solid plan.

Thomas Plaster
Thomas Plaster
13 July, 2017 11:17 pm

I would add a thought I’ve been having of late: all Congressmen/Senators, present and past (still extant) since the Great Treason of 1965 (immigration law change flooding USA with non-Whites for the purpose of destroying the White demographic), who have allowed both legal/illegal entry into the USA of non-Whites should be tried and roundly hanged. They are the worst race traitors. And they also lowered tariffs to allow cheap made manufactures to be sold here, thereby destroying native manufactures. While many of us go poor, they however have become largely millionaires.