Henry Makow
October 19, 2008

Right on schedule, the politician-puppets are promising to save us from the crisis caused by the banker-puppets by creating “a new world financial order.”

Nicholas Sarkozy and Gordon Brown are calling for a “new international financial architecture for the global age” which will establish Rothschild global governance under the guise of “reforming and regulating” markets.

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In a recent article “The Joseph Principle and Crisis Economics,” Carl Teichrib, a young Manitoba researcher-farmer says the manipulation of calamities to re-make society can be traced back to Biblical times. Joseph, one of the first Court Jews, is best known for predicting seven years of abundance (inflation) followed by seven years of famine (credit- contraction or deflation.)

He is less well known for using this “business cycle” to establish a form of Communism. All the cultivated land in Egypt became the property of the crown, and the people farmed it for the king, giving him one-fifth of the produce.

Teichrib, a devout Christian, writes:

“In Genesis 47, Joseph, second in command to Egypt’s Pharaoh, warned of a coming famine, and prepared stock-piles of grain to aid the people through the crisis. When the famine hit the land, the people came to Joseph to buy food stock. A simple transaction was made; the citizens used the national currency to purchase grain.

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“In verses 14 and 15 we find an unusual development. After the grain was purchased, Joseph intentionally holds the money back, keeping it from being re-circulated into the local economy. The result is predictably catastrophic for the people: Economic crisis.

“According to the King James Version, “the money failed” (vs.15), and in the New International Version it says that the “money is used up.” Egypt experienced intentional, government-sponsored deflation in the midst of a natural calamity. The money collapsed.

“Needing to eat, what did the citizens do? They brought Joseph their livestock in exchange for grain (vs.16-17). As an agrarian society, livestock represented the industrial basis of the people. Hence, placing this power in the hands of the government, the people’s commercial activity was effectively abolished.

“In relating this series of events to others, some have asked me; “Why didn’t the people just eat the animals instead of trading them for grain?”

“Refrigeration didn’t exist. And while the people could have dried some of the meat for long-term use, grain would have been the most valuable and stable food source during a drought. Now the people had neither money nor livestock; and a year later they were out of food.

“Returning to Joseph, who obviously was in charge of the storehouses, the people begged their leader to take their land and themselves in trade for food (vs.18-19). Property was therefore consolidated under the state, and the citizens literally became slaves in their own country (vs.20-21). In the King James Version the language goes even further: Joseph depopulates the rural areas and moves the people into the cities.

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