December 31, 1945 (2nd Edition) Empire of the City by E. C. Knuth
The foregoing matter of the first edition was written about two years ago and the "One World" camarilla has since advanced very close to its planned objective as may be apparent from a copy of the "Articles of Agreement of the
International Monetary Fund and International Bank for Reconstruction and Development," adopted at Bretton Woods, New Hampshire, July 22, 1944; which appeared in "International Conciliation, No. 413" dated September, 1945, a booklet issued by the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace with a preface by Dr. Nicholas Murray Butler.
The following sentences were selected from Article IX, Sections 1 to 9:
The fund shall possess full juridical personality. Shall have immunity from judicial process.
Property and assets of the Fund, wherever located and by whomever held, shall be immune from search, requisition, confiscation, expropriation, or any other form of seizure by executive or LEGISLATIVE ACTION.
The archives shall be held inviolable.
... all property and assets shall be free from restrictions, regulations, controls, and moratoria of any nature.
The officers and personnel shall be immune from legal processes, immigration restrictions, alien registration requirements, and national service obligations; shall be immune from taxation and customs duties, immune from liability for taxes and duties.
No taxation of any kind shall be levied on any obligation or security, dividend or interest of the Fund.
This is obviously merely a precise rewording of the ambiguous provisions of the "Laws of England;" which, as variously developed hereinbefore, have placed the Bank of England over and above LEGISLATIVE ACTION heretofore, and made of it a sovereign world supergovernment; with the House of Commons prohibited even from discussing its activities, while the House itself was subject to the orders of "the executive" as to the legislation required by "The City."