Wednesday, December 11th, 2013 | Posted by Johnny Punish
Current Bank of Israel Chairman Stan Fischer Said to Be Next U.S. Federal Reserve Vice-Chairman Under Another Zionist Chairman
We all know the Zionist banksters control the world money supply. This is NOT news. What is news is that they used to try to hide their occupation of the U.S. American money system by pretending to be Americans.
Now? Screw it! This time they are just blurting it out!
The Vice-Chairman of the U.S. Federal Reserve is going to be an Israeli bankster who ran the Bank of Israel Bank; Stanley Fischer. Plain and Simple! Screw You America!
Now what will Americans do when they ALL realize that their banking system is run by Zionists as stated so on the main street marquee?
Well, if they remember Andrew Jackson, they will throw this occupiers out on their bankster assess, arrest them, and thrown them all in prison. Or maybe Americans will just again just take up the wazoo and bow to their masters? Hard to say…..
I mean, when these psychotic predators ripped off 99% of all Americans with their mortgage thievery Americans did NOT know who to take out? Some on the right wing stupidly blamed the $ 2 per hour Mexican working man for the lost economy not realizing who had their hands deep into their real pockets. So really, it’s hard to gauge the tipping point for Americans and when they will revolt against their long lost government and the banksters that rule them.
But one truth these foreign global banksters know that “The Men Who Manage Men Manage but the Men Who Manage Money Manage All” and they play the art of this war like a fiddler on the roof.
ANDREW JACKSON WAR ON THE BANKSTERS
Who Is Israeli Stan Fischer?
According to Wiki, Stanley “Stan” Fischer (Hebrew: סטנלי פישר) (born October 15, 1943) is an Zambian-American-Israeli economist. He was the governor of the Bank of Israel in 2005-2013. He previously served as chief economist at the World Bank.
Fischer was born into a Jewish family in Mazabuka, Northern Rhodesia (now Zambia). When he was 13, his family moved to Southern Rhodesia (now Zimbabwe), where he became active in the Habonim Zionist youth movement. His family later moved to the United States. In 1960, he visited Israel as part of a winter program for youth leaders, and studied Hebrew at kibbutz Ma’agan Michael. He had originally planned to study at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, but went to the United Kingdom to study after receiving a scholarship from the London School of Economics, and obtained his B.Sc. and M.Sc. in economics from 1962–1966.
Fischer then moved to the United States to study at MIT, and earned a Ph.D. in economics in 1969 with thesis titled Essays on assets and contingent commodities. In the early 1970s, Fischer worked as an associate professor at the University of Chicago. He became an American citizen in 1976.
Fischer is married to Rhoda Fischer (née Keet), who had met during his days in Habonim. The couple have three children. When they moved to Israel, Rhoda became honorary president of Aleh Negev, a rehabilitation village for the disabled.