by system failure
On December 23, 1913, the then US President Woodrow Wilson puts the final signature for the so-called Federal Reserve Act. Big private banks take control of the US money supply. In 1971, Richard Nixon ended the direct convertibility of the US dollar to gold, and as dollar became the global reserve currency, the absolute dominance of the banksters became definite.
Since then, the progress of the technology permitted the banking elite to strengthen its power through virtual circulation of huge amounts of capital at zero time. The paper/digital money is used now as a tool for dirty wars, buying governments, directing more and more money and power to the top. Just remember the cash that had been transferred by US army helicopters to Iraq. Or, observe how Greece is destroyed through the evil mechanism: for five years now, the economy has been destroyed by the IMF mafia policies, but the debt has risen enormously. The loans are coming to the country - supposedly for the payment of previous debt - and return to the creditors at the same time, while loading Greece with more debt. The money is circulated virtually, but the impact on people's lives is real. Salaries and pensions being reduced continuously, unemployment remains enormously high, social state is systematically destroyed.
Now that the experiment in Greece is about to end, the desirable conditions nearly achieved, and the "investors" of this evil money mechanism, are coming to take what has real value: state businesses, properties, land, mineral deposits, whatever they can. All for pennies, of course. Because they know very well that paper and digital numbers on a computer screen have no real value.
Bernie Sanders was the one who exposed the illegal mechanism of the Fed when the last major crisis exploded: “The Fed has thus far reported, without even disclosing specifics of its lending from its discount window, which it continues to draw a dark curtain around, that it supplied, in total, more than $9 trillion to Wall Street firms, commercial banks, foreign banks, corporations and some highly questionable off balance sheet entities. (Much smaller amounts were outstanding at any one time.)”
Let's face it: the state and state's institutions have become a decorating element of what we call "Democracy". Banksters and corporate lobbyists have the absolute power and they want even more. They promote further deregulation through TTIP-type agreements to destroy any chance for the states to regain real power to control them.
Bernie says he'll break up the big banks, but that's not enough. Because we should always have in mind that the free market is a fairy tale. This is a closed powerful system with a few leading currencies that shape the Western monetary monopoly, all connected with the most powerful of all at the top. And the banksters control the "machine" in order to print dollars, physically or digitally, as many as they want, whenever they want. And, direct them wherever they want.
In case he get elected, Bernie could make a checkmate move to beat the banksters. And that is, nationalize the Fed. Which means that the money control would pass to the state. Then, Bernie could easily do what he promised to the American people: free healthcare and education for all. Public investments all over America that could create millions of new jobs with decent salaries and could also drive up the salaries in the private sector. Money would be directed to the bottom 99% instead of the top 1%.
The international financial mafia who controls the entire planet through the Western monetary monopoly and the dollar "printing" machine located in the US, has already a serious reason to worry: the emergence of a rival independent monetary system by the BRICS and the Sino-Russian alliance.
Recent attempts by the mafia to put the Chinese currency under control and break the alliance, indicate that the mafia indeed is sensing a threat concerning its dominance. And that's because the rival currency system may be proved much more reliable than the bubble economy of the dominant model.
Banksters could suffer a double hit. One from inside through the nationalization of the Fed, and one from outside with the form of a rival monetary system that could offer an alternative to debt-enslaved colonies like Greece. So, through only one key move, Bernie could make banksters lose their sleep ...