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User avatar #12 - lordlolland
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(01/20/2013) [-]
Um, the Danmarks Nationalbank (Central bank of Denmark) is owned 100% by Danmarks Nationalbank and it's director is appointed by the prime minister.

Please explain how Rothschild can own a bank that owns itself and is by law guaranteed to be independent.

Just because the US central bank is ****** up, doesn't mean every other country has to be too, you conspiracy cunt.
#18 to #12 - anon id: 3d709502
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(01/20/2013) [-]
It is because the Rothschilds owns almost all of the worlds gold.
And almost every currency is valued against the goldprice.

A lot of difficult-to-understand-info simplified.
Yes your bank is owned by your country.
But your banks money is owned by rothschild.

Picture this- You borrow 1000£ from a bank.
Now you have a 1000£.. in YOUR wallet.. But it's still not really your money, is it?
#19 to #18 - lordlolland
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(01/20/2013) [-]
Distribution of the world's gold:
52% is used for jewellery
12% is used industrially (Mainly to create consumer electronics)
18% is reserves in central banks
16% is owned by private investors
2% is unaccounted for

Even if, however extremely unlikely, the Rothschilds owns all 16% owned by private investors and the 18% owned by central banks and the 2% that are unaccounted for, they would still only have 36% of the world's gold.
And I don't know how far you came in grade-school maths, but 36% is nowhere near "almost all", in fact, its less than half.

Also, pic related.