What is the most important bank the public has never heard of?
My fine audience excepted, not one in a hundred people could name the Bank for International Settlements as the culprit, and fewer still could describe the BIS’ role as “the apex of the system” of world financial control (as Carroll Quigley so memorably put it).
But what about the second most powerful bank? How many people would even be able to venture a guess as to the identity of that institution? If they were told that its acronym was “GEF,” how many people would even know what that stands for?
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