Perfectly brilliant animated video:
- on a British site
- as “Plan B” for the British economy
- suggesting to cut bonuses and benefits to bankers..
Too much common sense!…
Posted in Bank of England, Campaigning, Credit, Credit money, Interest money, Money, Money supply, Printing credit, Video
Tagged Bank of England, Banking Services, banks, Banks and Institutions, Borrowing, Cash + Credit = Money Supply, cash crumble, Central Bank, Dishonest Money, Economy of the United Kingdom, Financial Services, National Debt
The Real Story of the Money-Control Over America is an article by Pastor Sheldon Emry (1926 – 1985). If you have trouble with the server of freedom domain, please try here.
It’s an excellent and bold text with the following titles:
- Money is Man’s only “Creation”
- Money “Creating” is profitable
- Adequate Money Supply is Needed
- The Bankers’ Depression of the 1930s
- Money for Peace? NO! Money for Wars? Yes!
- Power to Coin and Regulate Money
- How the People Lost Control to the Federal Reserve
- More Disastrous than Pearl Harbour
- They Print it – We Borrow it and Pay them Interest
- And there’s More
- And there’s Still More
- The Interest Amount is Never Created
- If $60,000 is borrowed,, £255,931.20 must be paid back (14%)
- Small Loans do the Same Thing
- This is why Bankers Prosper in Good Times or Bad
- The Cost to You: Evnetually, Everything!
- For the Gamblers among my Readers
- Yes, it’s Political, too!
- Mounting Debts and Wars
- And there’s More
- The Constitutional Way – Every Citizen a Stockholder
- No Banker’s Plunder
- Stable Money
- Citizen Control
- A Debt-Free America
- Why You Haven’t Known
- Controlled News and Information
- Tell the People
- Audit the Federal Reserve System?
- Why Haven’t they Told You?
- What some Famous Men have Said about the Money Question
An excellent read by a remarkable person!
Posted in Credit money, Debt, Federal Reserve, Fractional reserve banking, Interest, Interest money, Legalized usury, Money Myths, Money supply, Printing credit, United States
Tagged Bankers, debts, people, Usury
This blog entry by Channel 4 economics editor Faisal Islam indicates how the Bank of England pulls the real financial strings behind the political scene and how the City of London runs Westminster and thus the country, not to say the world.
If only it was common knowledge that
1. the first national debt was established in 1694 by setting up the Bank of England; see http://bit.ly/aNRGPw; it resulted in a general debt-based economy world-wide
2. the purpose of the crisis was revealed by the 10-year budget analysis and the “kink” in 2008; see http://bit.ly/aGrAbn
3. there are fundamental differences between the Bank of England’s “quantitative easing” http://bit.ly/cVPxOJ and the Treasury “printing money”: interest, aka vested interests of greed and unaccountability.
May more and more people wake up and understand
- a Nation’s money supply is fuelled from a number of sources
- central banks
- banks and other financial institutions
- a Government’s budget is only a certain share of the whole of the supply – generally around 40%
- governments issue money as Cash aka M0,
- but they “prefer” to borrow, pay interest and charge taxes – for the benefit of bank(st)ers who issue money as Credit out of thin air and charge interest for it….
Follow the money and welcome to hopefully a new level of disillusionment!
Posted in Bank of England, Cash, Central Banks, City of London Corporation, Control, Credit money, Government budgets, Interest, Interest money, Money, Money supply, National (sovereign) Governments, United Kingdom
Tagged Central Bank, Faisal Islam, Mervyn King, politics
This article is written by two professors of economics at Boston University. Thus it does not address the “fuel” that flows through the economy. It is “watered down” by “credit money” for the benefit of the financial economy, while clogging up all activities of the real economy.
Making people responsible rather than companies is a good beginning and is part of the system that has evolved, mainly by design, relying and influencing human nature such that it is a call to our conscience, no matter where we stand – at the helm or in the wake of capitalist boats…