This interview with Clif High illustrates an ‘interesting’ state of knowledge or the absence of understanding the essence of the original purpose of ‘currency’ as ‘money’ to facilitate trade:
- accumulating material wealth is priority;
- ‘currency’ is not a medium of exchange but a ‘store of value;
- electronic ‘coins’ are being created for that very purpose – preferably by web bots.
The Money Scam consists of 59 slides. Now the message is expressed on video and in cartoons:
And don’t forget the interest charges!
- Debt = slavery
- Money = debt
- Money = slavery
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The Money Scam are 59 slides, relating to Dollars and in American, explaining how banks
- create credit from thin air and call it “money”
- sell it at interest, and especially to the governments of Nations
- expropriate real value from the real economy and real value…
and how we, the people, need to wake up!
Slide 58 says that the National Debt is the amount that the central bank has been stealing. So, according to the Bank of England Act 1694, the Bank of England should pay the Treasury 3 times the National Debt!
Supposedly produced by Alex Jones, one of the most vociferous American radio journalists.
John-Paul Flintoff has done it again: write most light-heartedly about the most serious subject of our times. The title is Make your own money.
John-Paul is researching the topic across the full spectrum which is remarkable.
He signed our online petition as no. 66 and its short address is http://tinyurl.com/666rwd! There’s more magic in these numbers than in the big numbers that he cites in Big Bailouts, Bigger Bucks.
Anarchy in the UK and the birth of SGS (Stop the Gaza Slaughter) is a most outspoken and passionate article by the remarkable journalist Yvonne Ridley in response to Israel’s violence in Gaza.
I’m reminded of my article Money at the Root of the Peace Issue.
Roy Davies used to work as a librarian at the University of Exeter. With this training for detail and comprehensiveness at the same time, plus a father who wrote a book on the history of money, we can thank Roy for great overviews: Money – Past, Present & Future.
Following a telephone conversation with a lady who wanted to offer her support, I created this new blog as a way of focussing on our core issues in the UK.
Credit comes from the Latin credere which means believing!