Comparisons between Bank for International Settlements, (BIS) guidelines pre WWII, with those of today
bis@0 copy 2It would seem all so called banking commentators, financial experts and even those claiming to be the good guys busy exposing the naughtiness of the Federal Reserve in the US have one thing in common. They appear never speak of the frameworks under which the entire global banking system has operated, launching two financial crashes and decimating the economies of all nations tied to its guidelines. The Bank for International Settlements began the current foundation framework under which all banks, dictated by each respective central bank, have operated, since 1988, followed by a series of amendments as the years moved on until the big one in 2007 sparked by Alan Greenspan.

In Profile : Austrian Auspitz Jewish bankers, the hidden banned nobility
The House of Auspitz the hidden power of the Diaspora after Adelsaufhebungsgesetz of 1919. A few very wealthy Jewish families were ennobled after the Toleranzedikt vom 1782 (“1782 Edict of Tolerance”) decreed by Emperor Joseph II. Under this Edict, very wealthy Jewish bankers, and later entrepreneurs and industrialists—some of them court Jews—could also be ennobled for their services. Jews had been ennobled mostly with no title or lower-ranking titles, such as Freiherr (Baron) or Ritter (Knight). The few Jewish families elevated into the nobility were not required to forswear their faith, but some of these families converted to Christianity in order to become more accepted.