The Growth of Credit over Cash since 1943
The Bradbury Pound to the Rescue!
A little known historical precedent that will stop the criminal debt-creating banksters well and truly in their tracks!
Central Banks – the Irresponsible Institutions
The completely contrived and planned global debt bubble is rapidly becoming unsustainable and will burst at some point very soon bringing with it a financial meltdown on a scale never before seen. It’s now clear from whistleblowers and researchers that the cabal that makes up the debt-creating banking elite, with their global network of central banks (including the Bank of England and the Federal Reserve) led by their little known Bank for International Settlements (BIS), has a well laid plan to collapse the world’s economy.
One World Debt-Based Currency – the mechanism for Global Slavery
The plan, using unsustainable and unlawful debt to collapse the major currencies of the world, is well advanced. It’s all about the banking elite’s long term goal to create a centralised and global electronic currency – a currency that will inevitably lead to the reality of a cashless world where complete Orwellian control decides who gets paid and who doesn’t! Continue reading
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There is a great new BlogPaper in circulation in London. It could be called “The People’s Paper”, for it is based entirely and you and me: we write an ‘article’ or ‘note’ and people comment or vote, and if there are more than 100 reads and at least 5 people who vote, it gets published.
I began with Public Cash for the Real Economy – the ultimate request, by online petition, as it is the issue underlying all issues.
The Rule of Law and the Rule of Money was my second attempt.
If you feel like voting these articles into publication on paper, I would be grateful! However, you have to become part of the ‘community’ by signing up first and then hover over the voting bar to decide which vote you give. “Publicise this” is one of the options.
SlideShare is a neat site where you can publish your PowerPoint presentations. Recently, they ran a competition to explain the credit crisis in 30 slides.
I put 12 slides together – after the deadline though – mainly to learn how to connect SlideShare with LinkedIn – the social networking site for professionals.