www.klagemauer.tv [wailing wall], a remarkable global news agency, published in Switzerland, that presents online news very smartly in mainstream media style.
This video contains the following stories [the links take you to different but English stories]:
- Rothschild’s $200 million bet regarding the demise of the Euro
- The Bank of North Dakota as a state-owned bank for the state’s citizens
- A few families rule the World
- Who rules money?
Fascinating are the differences in language, implied by German and English. I.e. the German word for ‘citizen’ implies the ‘guarantee’ for debts! The German for ‘debt’ is the same as for ‘guilt’. The German for ‘interest’ is very different from paying interest and having an interest.
- Nice cartoons illustrate how 98% (rather than 97) Credit [created by banks at interest] and 2% (rather than 3%) Cash [created by governments interest-free] are the money in circulation.
Posted in Banks, Cash, Central Banks, Credit, Interest, Mass Media, Money, Money Supply, National Debts, News, Online activities, public debts
Tagged Bank of North Dakota, Business, English language, Financial Services, German, German language, Germany, government, interest, Johnny Cash, money supply, National bank, united states
INSIDE JOB is one of the most talked about films at the Cannes Film Festival.
Therr are a number of reviews available that applaud the story and the message.
However, it’s just about the crisis really. Not about “the system” as it started with the Bank of England in 1694.
Still, we are not alone as ‘monetary reformers’ and defenders of ‘system victims’.
“The spin is failing because people around the world are finally starting to hear our side of the story, and other suppressed nations have perhaps seen this as a sign that they can also rise up against the corpocracy in our world where those with the money have as a rule always won. Let’s hope the nation will not been coaxed into fear of isolation and let’s hope the people of the world will join in this experiment of letting the interest of the peoples rise above the interests of banks, corporations, and international bullies such as the IMF. We need your support. I will soon issue a comprehensive report on the entire Icesave saga.”
Call To The People Of The World
To Support Iceland
Against The Financial Blackmail Of The
British And Dutch Governments And The IMF
Posted in Control, De-democratization, Globalisation, Governments, Iceland, International Monetary Fund, Mass Media, New World Order, News, The Rule of Law
Tagged financial blackmail, Iceland
Prem Sikka, professor of accounting at the University of Colchester, Essex, has published an incisive and insightful article in The Herald, Scotland.
It illustrates how the circles of power around the super-powers of creating money out of thin air, and as interest-bearing credit, include auditing firms.
John Tomlinson, former Canadian stockbroker and author of Honest Money, told the Forum for Stable Currencies on November 4, 1999 about the differences between the audits of banks and of other companies.
We the taxpayers can only add to “public pressure” and “public opinion”, it seems…
In his book Who runs Britain?, the BBC economics commentator Robert Peston writes about wealthy internationals who buy and sell companies.
In these seven videos, author Lindsey Williams explains his conversation with Jonathan May, a UK resident who used to work for the International Monetary Fund in the UK. When he discovered what was going on, he wanted to set up a positive alternative. But he ended up in a prison in the US.
It is shocking and startling to hear from him that he knew 20 years ago, how what is unfolding now was planned carefully then: on the citizens’ level, the combination of ID and credit card. On the level of manipulating the price of labour and resources, the sky is the limit. How? There are eight banks behind the central banks who manipulate what is happening.
You can read the story here.
We better wake up to making alternatives happen!
BBC’s business editor Robert Peston has become the “face of the credit crunch”. He presented his book Who runs Britain? at the LSE on Nov 17, 2008, as part of POLIS – Journalism and Society and I gave him an envelope with our documents. May his mantra “debt, debt, debt” resonate with our insights into the devastating developments of the national debt.
His book has the following chapters: