@ukhomeoffice @kaletsky Déjà vu: #Maastricht #Lisbon #Brexit: autocratic Central Banks control Governments who borrow money at interest

16 07 07 MaastrichtThis article was published by the Social Creditor in 1989.

It refers to Anatole Kaletsky writing in The Times and highlights the fundamental problems that have NOT been addressed since either:

  1. unelected Central Bankers rule by controlling currencies and their relative values;
  2. national governments BORROW at INTEREST from private bankers;
  3. government bonds are one of the financial tools that provide passive income.

As a consequence, money has long ceased to be a ‘medium of exchange‘ but has become a ‘tool to control‘ as part of everything that’s dishonest about our money system.

Financial markets and their customers have become clearly more influential than elections and their voters – in the general hype of the media, where the goal is deception just as in George Orwell’s 1984. 

Let’s face it: the overriding agenda is one of long term thinking AGAINST we, the people – despite all the short-term rhetoric via mainstream media and mis- and dis-information on social media.

But we need to wake up to it, one person at a time: on our own, by ourselves – thanks to the internet!

With many thanks to Paul Talbot-Jenkins of Force for Justice.

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One response to “@ukhomeoffice @kaletsky Déjà vu: #Maastricht #Lisbon #Brexit: autocratic Central Banks control Governments who borrow money at interest

  1. Pingback: THE 1776 AGENDA of the New World Order – ordered by a Rothschild – designed by a Jesuit | We Who Oppose Deception

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