“We were not foolish enough to try to make a currency based on gold of which we had none, but for every mark which was issued we required the equivalent of a mark’s worth of work done or goods produced…we laugh at the time when our national financiers argued for the value of a currency to be regulated by gold and securities lying in the vaults of a state bank.” Adolf Hitler, 1937
“????..and it proved sound. It worked.
In less than ten years Germany became easily the most powerful state in Europe.
It worked so magically and magnificently, it sounded the death knell of the entire international banking monetary system.
The banksters knew they had to destroy Hitler’s system, by whatever means might prove necessary, or their own [system of usury] would necessarily die, and if it died, with it must die their dream and their hope of making themselves masters of the world.
The primary issue over which World War II was fought was to determine which money system was to survive.
At bottom it was not a war between Germany and the so-called allies.
Primarily it (WW2) was war to the death between Germany and the International Money Power.” — William Gayley Simpson, ‘Which Way Western Man’ (p.642)