Hungary kicks out Rothschild and joins three other nations with no privately owned central bank
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Hungary kicks out Rothschild and joins three other nations with no privately owned central bank

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For decades the global central banks, who used debt and the control of currency to enslave nations, were systematically conquering renegade countries who saw fit to evade Rothschild control through proxy wars and insurrections.  In just the past decade, two of these former nations that saw fit to control their own banking operations (Iraq and Libya) have fallen to military and insurgent forces under the spurious claims of terrorism and WMD’s.  This left only Iran, North Korea, and Cuba as the remaining free nations not under Rothschild control.However, an astounding turn of events has taken place in the country of Hungary, where earlier this month, the former Soviet Union principality eliminated its final debt obligation to the IMF, and subsequently removed the imperial bank from its dominion and began a new program to print out its own debt free money.

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