Category Archives: The Rule of Law

Politically Incorrect Intelligence Books from Christopher Story

The link to Christopher Story’s tribute was sent to me with the comment “disturbing but worth a read”.

For me, the real discovery was the list of serials and blooks he’s been publishing for 37 years.

What a mind and what a mine of information!


Liberia sued by Vulture Funds in London

This article, published by EURODAD, the European Network on Debt & Development, illustrates a degree of abuse that Western banksters can get up to: registered as an anonymous company in a tax haven, they are using lawyers in London to take poor countries to court.

Both the UK and the US are preparing for legislation, but nobody challenges DEBT and national debts as the origin of such disasters.

Enforcement of Bank of England Act 1694

This Early Day Motion was tabled by our Chairman Austin Mitchell MP on April 20, 2009:

That this House, observing that the intention of the founding Act of the Bank of England in 1694 was `that their Majesties’ subjects may not be oppressed by the said corporation’, notes that those subjects have been seriously oppressed by the Bank’s failure to control the greed, risk-taking and speculation of the banking system over which it presides; and therefore suggests that this oppression should be dealt with as the Act provides by fines three times the value of the abusive trading.

Today the first three MPs have signed. Will you get your MP to sign via WriteToThem

In our observation, oppressions through banks are due to:

1. There is now only a limited number of qualified staff in every branch. In fact, what used to be professional training for a professional body, ACIB, has become a “School of Finance“.
2. The training in “banking” is limited. It consists only of “sales”.
3. There is now little responsibility in local branches.
4. Instead, all decision making has been centralised. This results in the decision makers having little personal knowledge of the client or a perspective about a business.
5. There is little comprehension of day-to-day business issues.
6. There is no realisation of the criticality of time or expediency.
7. There is limited knowledge of supposed Government support. As an example, the Small Firms Loan Guarantee Scheme (SFLGS) was reducing before the crisis.
8. Instead of joined-up thinking, staff are only box tickers and have no room for initiative.
9. MPs have very limited knowledge of the depth of the problems, even before the crisis.
10. Day-to-day business borrowing for “normal” clients has never been excessive. In fact, it was already very restrictive to Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) and often even obstructive.

Legalized Usury on Video

“Who are you working for? The banks – along with the corporations and the governments who support them…

One of the most ingenious scams for social manipulation ever created.

DEBT is the weapon used to conquer and enslave societies, and INTEREST is its prime ammunition.”

While these quotations are taken from the video, the interesting opening is the reference to a Minnesota court case from 1969. Jerome Daly challenged the foreclosure of his house. His argument was that the mortgage contract requires both parties to put up a legitimate form of property for the exchange. This is called “consideration”.

Mr. Daly explained that the money was NOT the property of the bank, for it was created, out of nothing, when the agreement was signed…

The judge ruled that the foreclosure was DENIED, for the money used is an “illegitimate form of consideration”!

Enjoy watching:

  • perpetual wealth transfer
  • modern slavery
  • controlling labour by controlling wages
  • how can society ever be debt-free?
  • an invisible war against the population with a new type of soldier: the economic hitman.

This video is labelled Zeitgeist Addendum 3/13.