Here is a article translated from Swedish.
Gives some very good scoops on some of the major moves that made it possible for WW2 to happen and the creation of the current global order.
" Once upon a time I seriously believed that if I just told this to a few people everything would change, it was right but not quite in the way I had imagined - it took a bit more time than it did i understood it would do, so speaking of time:
At this time of upheaval, it is now seriously the season to remember our historical heritage, and now even more than usual with respect to the times ahead and what this will bring. Many people today draw parallels to the events of 1929, and this of course has its points. But how this actually worked out more precisely, it is perhaps a little more unknown to most people.
This time, known as the second Swedish Great Age, was dominated by a Mr. Ivar Kreuger who was a Swedish entrepreneur who organized and brokered credit flows independently of the banks.
And used these credit flows to build up countries’ defense capabilities against the supremacy of the Versailles system, which first and foremost aimed to enrich it Anglo-Zionist banking conglomerates that had succeeded in establishing a privately controlled Central Bank system over large parts of Europe and in the United States.
The interwar Versailles system was a system that was never even supposed to work in theory.
Germany was broken and held solely responsible for bearing the blame for the war. Consequently, Germany would pay all the costs of the entire war, including Britain and France’s war debts to the United States.
And the bankers Rothschild and Rockefeller had a pledge from the British Secretary of State Balfour, for assistance in the formation of what was called a “Jewish” state on colonial territory - the mandate of Palestine - that had been conquered. With respect to who financed the Arising processes (Rockefeller, Wallenberg and Rothschild), this may seem so distasteful that it is directly intellectually offensive, but the limits of human greed are obviously very difficult to explore.
Britain and France were both effectively bankrupt as well, except then for any blood money they might have managed to squeeze out of Germany.
The war debts could not possibly be paid, and this was clear even before the ink had had time to dry on the Treaty of Versailles.
But the then financial powers in Europe, that is the currency financial stakeholders behind the former British and Dutch East India Companies which had now instead taken the form of a bank-controlled chemical and military-industrial corporate conglomerate called IG Farben, had already decided to implement a planned fascist solution for Europe. Just as the indictment in Nuremberg states in that matter and in that part, there is certainly no lack of Swedish involvement.
In 1922, Benito Mussolini was brought to power in Italy, with the help of the Venetian banker Volpi di Misurata, who later became Mussolini’s foreign minister, this happened at the same time as they began to prepare a takeover in Germany that became known as the “beer hall coup” 1923-11- 09, which for some reason unknown to me is still celebrated annually to this day, because it is hardly the failure that can be celebrated with regard to what would later happen. The parallelism with today’s geopolitical course of events must be said to be remarkable on a round earth.
The Spanish Civil War was the same soup cooked by the same cooks with the same purpose.
Ivar Kreuger’s postwar plan was to give Germany a loan of $125 million, which would be the largest government loan ever, and was made public in October 1929. The idea of this loan was, in part, to solve the crisis of war reparations debts, in such a way that one could avoid another war and major new investment in IG Farben’s war materiel production, which was the fascist alternative sought.
The problem for the expansion of banking power into our current currency financial system was then called Ivar Kreuger, and this of course meant that Ivar Kreuger’s plans were strongly opposed by the financial interests that advocated the Hitler dictatorship in Germany, mainly then represented by the British central bank governor Montague Norman (Collet - Ring), the banking interests behind the FED and the German Riksbank Governor Hjalmar Schacht.
All of these with decisive and large interests within IG Farben.
When it dawned on these interests that they were actually losing control of Germany to Ivar Kreuger through his peace loan, they sprang into action. They then decided that all lending would cease as soon as possible.
This happened through a massive devaluation of the US stock market, a devaluation that was triggered by American and European financial circles withdrawing amounts of liquidity from the US stock market, this at the same time as interest rates were raised.
The result of this was the great stock market crash of October 29, 1929.
On that very day, Ivar Kreuger had planned a large issue to raise the remaining capital for the German loan. The Kreuger stocks fell in value, but they fell only half as much as other stocks.
hereby been strengthened. This also intensified the battle over who would control the international credit market. Montague Norman Ring had already been trying to strengthen the central banks’ control over the world economy for some time.
In The Hague in 1930, a plan was put forward for how this would happen. A new bank, the Bank for International Settlements, BIS, was to be formed according to what was expressed as it was to equalize differences in the balance of payments between the different countries’ central banks - but really above all to regulate the banks in a way that worked for the IG Farben’s interests…
With British control acting over the German as well as the American and English central banks, then at first the good Montague Norman Ring was quite sure that the BIS would be controlled by himself.
Thus, at the Hague Conference in 1930, it was decided that the BIS would be established, but it was a not so small scratch in the account for England, that France instead got the presidency of the bank, which meant that the bank could not be used at all in the way that Montague Norman Ring had had in mind.
French Prime Minister Aristide Briand was allied with Ivar Kreuger, and was also a strong opponent of fascism and economic dictatorship.
The French alliance through Prime Minister Aristide Briand with Kreuger at the Hague Conference also produced another result that Norman Ring had difficulty coming to terms with.
In early 1930, when Kreuger was due to make the first payment on the German loan, France pre-paid its loan from Kreuger from 1927, giving Kreuger the leeway and freedom of action he needed after the stock market crash of 1929.
With these setbacks - Kreuger’s large Germany loan and the French/Kreuger influence over the BIS - Hjalmar Schacht’s opportunities to continue “operating within the system unnoticed” were very limited. He therefore resigned as head of the German Riksbank, and instead immediately began propagating internationally in a financial context for Hitler to come to power in Germany.
To convince oneself today that this was indeed the case, one only needs to look at what Hjalmar Schacht did next, immediately after his departure.
In the fall of 1930, Germany was once again in need of a loan to stabilize its economy. The German government then began negotiations with Kreuger’s bank connection in the USA, Lee, Higginson & Co, regarding the payment of the remaining part of the Germany loan. Negotiations began on 1 October. On October 2, 1930, Hjalmar Schacht arrives in New York.
beginning as a guest lecturer at the Council of Foreign Relations (CFR). The theme of these lectures of his was that Germany would not be able to pay back its loans, but was now only preparing a debt moratorium.
Schacht also in this had a direct meeting with Donald Durant, director of Lee, Higginson & Co, and thereby assured him that they would never ever get their money back if they lent it to Germany.
The German government saw itself forced to intervene against Schacht, and then sent out a message in which the government openly distanced itself from Schacht and all of the plans for a moratorium described by him.
Despite Schacht’s massive organization to prevent further loans being granted to Germany, Kreuger, through Lee, Higginson & Co, paid off the remainder of the loan to Germany, thereby again thwarting Hjalmar Schacht’s and Montague Norman’s plans for a monetary dictatorship.
Kreuger and his American and French bank allies, thus showed that they were determined to continue lending to Germany. In this way, Hitler - and of course the Second World War - could certainly have been stopped! Which was the opposite interest than that of IG Farben, where the Wallenberg sphere owned large shares in the parent company (SOU1999:20, Page 194)
The battle for Germany was not really decided until 1933, when Hitler had been installed as chancellor and made Schacht his finance minister.
But right up until March 7, 1932, when Aristide Briand died under strange circumstances, and even on his funeral day, March 12, 1932, when Ivar Kreuger also died, Kreuger and his allies definitely stood in the way of any such development. It can be mentioned as a curiosity that on March 13, i.e. the day after, there was a world-historically decisive election in Germany.
In his book “Es geschah in Deutschland”, the then German government official Count Lutz Schwerin von Krosigk writes the following:
In the spring of 1931, the Swiss banker Felix Somary, who was strongly connected to the Schweizerische Bankverein and who had also made a name for himself as a national economic theorist, visited the Ministry of Finance in Berlin.
When asked how long the current world crisis would last, he replied that first three events must occur before one (and who these men were, anyone can now see for themselves) could think of a turnaround: The banking system in Vienna and Berlin must be cleaned up
(eg. reformed in favor of IG Farben and the chairman of the committee for the reform of the German banking system was called - Wallenberg)
through a crisis, the British pound had to be redeemed from gold (so that debt and currency expansion were not slowed down by the availability of gold) and the Swede Ivar Kreuger match monopoly must break up.
Early in the summer of 1931 the banks crashed and late in the summer the pound was devalued - this course the Anglo-Zionist banking hegemony ruled all by itself. When Felix Somary later came to Berlin once again in early spring, i.e. exactly at the turn of the month February-March 1932, he was asked if he really still had to wait for the third event.
On this occasion, Felix Somary took nothing back at all, but instead frankly assured that the Kreuger group would be finished within a very short time.
How could the Swiss banker Felix Somary possibly know that it would soon be the end of Ivar Kreuger who was also obviously supported by the French Prime Minister and previously until 1929 by the German Foreign Minister Gustav Streseman?
And perhaps even more important: How could an accounting firm based in Paris, Price Waterhouse, get the task of reviewing the Kreuger Group’s accounting, without knowing a word of Swedish, and then after only a few days declare the worldwide group bankrupt?
How could lawyer Hugo Stenbeck and Jacob Wallenberg be allowed to appoint themselves to a Royal Commission, which was not really royal at all, but in this case only had a false declaration of goods to impress the French authorities, and which was to investigate the position of the Kreuger Group? And this when the Wallenbergs with the agent were allies and co-owners together with those who strongly opposed Kreuger? (SOU1999:20)
Why were all of Kreuger’s close associates either disgraced, ruined, or imprisoned, or why not all at once?
This rarely happens without an intention behind it
History is shaped by people who turn ideas into practical action. In this, Ivar Kreuger misjudged how far his economic opponents were actually prepared to go in order to effectuate their plans.
The Hitler dictatorship and the Second World War were the price that Europe had to pay for the continued theater of democratic independence of the privately owned banks, as well as the establishment of the bank-controlled central banks and that through this they could maintain their power over the world through illusions.