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“Fascism should more appropriately be called Corporatism (Corporatocracy) because it is a merger of state and corporate power.” - Benito Mussolini



Nevertheless, it is no secret that the Holy See today's largest financial powers of the earth is one and his political influence has grown, not least for this reason constantly in recent years. The enormous scope of the commercial activity of the Vatican already suggests the mere fact that the name of the Money Manager Nogara appearing in at least 74 supervisory boards of large companies. (In Germany, the banker Hermann Abs holds directorships with 26 the top.) The preservation of the Vatican trade secrets is ensured primarily by the fact that the administration of share ownership is concentrated in the hands of a few Catholic laymen. The left-liberal Roman weekly "Espresso" (grants and subsidies: the former office machines Olivetti, Fiat today) recently published a list of those individuals who has eleven names: Besides Nogara and Spada to configure their three nephews of the Pope (Carlo, Marcantonio and Giulio Pacelli), Count Pietro Enrico Galeazzi (head of technical works of the Vatican City), Giovanni Battista Sacchetti (Oberfurier the Holy palaces), Eugenio Gualdi, Count Paolo Blumenstihl, Francesco Maria Oddasso and Italian ex-Ambassador Vittorio Cerruti. DER SPIEGEL 33/1958 [6]


“Corporation, n. An ingenious device for obtaining individual profit without individual responsibility.” - Ambrose Bierce
  • Etymology
    • mid-15c., "persons united in a body for some purpose," from such use in Anglo-Latin, from L.L. corporationem (nom. corporatio), noun of action from corporat-, pp. stem of L. corporare "to embody" (see corporate). Meaning "legally authorized entity" (including municipal governments and modern business companies) is from 1610s. [7]

  • Corporation Vs Mercantilism
    • Corporations are not natural supporters of Capitalism. Instead, in an environment of rent-seeking politics, they are natural supporters of Mercantilism, the economic system that Adam Smith himself attacked in his Wealth of Nations [1776]. Under Mercantilism, the principle is the protection of business, and of producers, rather than consumers. This all goes back to business in the Middle Ages, when the sentiment was that no one had any right to engage in business without the permission of the government, i.e. the sovereign. A purely Feudal economy, of course, had no need of trade, money, merchants, or cities. The introduction of such things could be seen as unnecessary, or perhaps an independent source of power for the sovereign. Thus, a ruler would charter an enterprise, almost always with a monopoly of commerce. This was seen as best for the business and consequently best for the ruler, who would tax the business and benefit along with it. That the subjects in general, the consumers, would benefit from products being provided was a concern that came a distant second. After all, a great deal of trade was in expensive luxury goods, like soap or spices, and most subjects of European monarchies could not afford those things anyway. And if they began to use soap, they might begin to get above their station. [8]
    • Etymology and history of Corporations


37 banks have merged to become just four — JPMorgan Chase, Bank of America, Wells Fargo and CitiGroup in a little over two decades, according to this Federal Reserve map.

The nation's 10 largest financial institutions hold 54% of our total financial assets; in 1990, they held 20%. As MotherJones reports, the number of banks has dropped from more than 12,500 to about 8,000. Our money is all in the hands of a few megacorporations too. Here's all the stuff that merged into Citigroup, JP Morgan Chase, Bank of America, and Wells Fargo since 1996. Now, according to MotherJones, 54% of all the financial assets in the United States are owned by just 10 institutions. [1] (click to enlarge)


  • Credit Suisse
    • The present ruling Pope Pius XII. added these two institutions have added a third, the "Opera religiosa" ("Institute for Religious Works"), which has become the home of the Vatican Bank. She works closely with the Credit Suisse in Zurich together, at the turn should be the Jesuits involved with a handsome package. The close connection between the two financial institutions is seen in the fact that an employee of Credit Suisse as a permanent liaison officer in the Roman "Opera religiosa" sits. DER SPIEGEL, #33, 13.08.1958 [9]

  • BNP Paribas
    • In France, extending the interests of the Society of Jesus .... and the "Banque de Paris et des Pays-Bas," [10]

  • Bank of America
    • "The influence of the Society of Jesus on the American financial sector became visible first 50 years ago, when the Italian Financier A.P. Gianni (note: SMOM) founded the Bank of California, which is today, under the changed name 'Bank of America, one of the biggest banks on the planet. Gianni was a very clever financier who owns his seed capital to the Jesuits and worked as their delegate or stooge. Today the Bank of America belongs to 51% to the Order [of the Jesuits]'" from DER SPIEGEL, #33, 13.08.1958 [11] [12]
    • Bank of America was founded in Jesuit-ruled San Francisco by Italian-American Roman Catholic Knight of Malta Amadeo Giannini in 1904. [13]
  • former BCCI bank - (todo: check all historic connections and cover-ups of this crime bank)


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