“Those who create and issue the money and credit direct the policies of government and hold in their hands the destiny of the people.” – Reginald McKenna President of the Midlands Bank of England
“It is well enough that people of the nation do not understand our banking and monetary system, for if they did, I believe there would be a revolution before tomorrow morning.” – Henry Ford
“The powers vested in the Federal Reserve Board seem to me highly dangerous, especially where there is political control of the Board. I should be sorry to hold stock in a bank subject to such domination. The bill as it stands seems to me to open the way to a vast inflation of the currency…. I had hoped to support this bill, but I can not vote for it as it stands, because it seems to me to contain features and to rest upon principles in the highest degree menacing to our prosperity, to stability in business, and to the general welfare of the people of the United States.” Senator Henry Cabot Lodge, Dec 17, 1913
Glinda :“You’ve always had the power to go back to Kansas.” Frank Baums ‘Wizard of Oz’
The single most important and by far the most powerful blow to post-Rome humanity has been the global banking cartel’s attachment of a counterfeit United States Federal agency (The Federal Reserve) to the organic United States Treasury; a parasite, attaching itself to the economic life blood of the American States.
The so-called “Federal Reserve” act, signed on a lonely 23rd day of December 1913, when congressional representatives had either already gone home for Christmas or were getting ready to depart, was the culmination of more than 100 years of effort on the part of banking cartels scheming to engorged themselves on the wealth of America.
The banking coup of 1913 was masterpiece of deceit finalizing a war between literate well-educated elites attempting to keep mankind and especially property owners free from enslavement by a central bank, and a coven of exorbitantly wealthy elites, showing no concern for mankind and already possessing enormous property and assets. The latter were intensely focused on harnessing the Union of States with the yoke of a debt-based currency; the stolen wealth to fund a grandiose multigenerational obsession to rule the world.
Inventing ‘money’ borrowed into existence steals wealth in two primary ways. First, through interest payments on ‘money’ borrowed. Since no ‘money’ actually exists but is only printed or created as needed, the interest payments are payments for use of something non-existent.
The introduction of non-required interest payments means more money must be repaid than ‘borrowed’. Over time, interest payments will cause more borrowing, since there are always obligations for greater amounts of money than currently exists in the system. Again, because every dollar in the system has been borrowed, there can never be enough money to cover repayment of loans and the obligated interest; money therefore must be created to cover rising interest payments.
Theft occurs as money is transferred to bankers for doing absolutely nothing. These interest payments become claims against real property, so property is stolen by bankers demanding interest to cover use of money merely printed as needed. Note: This concept is applicable to all loans, including non commercial loans such as home loans.
The second reason is a corollary to the first: outright counterfeiting. Counterfeiting is borrowing and spending excess ‘money’, causing money supply growth beyond what is necessary for healthy market credit and stabilized prices. Counterfeiting results in increasing interest payments (stealing wealth through interest payments) and decreasing purchasing power of each existing dollar in the system (as more dollars are available for the same number of goods). Eventually counterfeiting will lead to gradual price increases affecting some groups far more than others.
Counterfeiting is used to fund outrageous expansions of key insider industry, industry shielded from regulation and taxation and protected by artificial barriers erected to eliminate competition.
Typical excuses for counterfeiting wildly include, hyperbolic claims for more military, security and intelligence hardware and manpower. The ‘war on terror’ (since 2001) is an example of a fabricated excuse for counterfeiting money; money to be spent on insider industry. The False Flag attack on the World Trade Centers was a klaxon sounding an urgent warning and government script writers created frightening narratives supporting a call for more security. What followed, naturally, was an explosion in demand for more police state, laws to protect Citizens against terrorism, demand for prisons (as new ‘laws’ are broken), and demand for technology and manpower necessary to support it all.
Counterfeiting of debt-based money results in abnormal growth of privileged industry (protected cartels) destabilizing the market as disproportionate resources, directed to monopoly industry, over-value the monopoly industry, actualizing self-reinforcing and lucrative incentives for corruption, fraud and criminally created demand.
The American economy has been destabilized by monopolies of military, police, prison pharmaceutical-food-healthcare industry. Without competition, and given sources of freely available counterfeit money, these industries have risen to the status of “too big to fail” and “too big to kill”. To continue to survive and grow, metastasizing industries begin to “manufacture” demand for their products and services by creating war, crime, statutes, unhealthy food, and sickness.
It follows naturally and is corollary, controllers of the money supply will absolutely own corporations destabilizing and consuming wealth of the market. The end result will be a small number of protected corporations, in cooperation with subsidiary support companies such as insurance and banking, law production, etc., devouring the wealth and energies of people forced to accept the currency and participate in the market, ie., slavery will emerge.
I believe America is being eaten alive by tumorous growths of monopolized industry. These industries can only survive if:
America is at perpetual war.
Citizens are perpetually in violation of the law.
There is a steady growth rate in the number of statutes that can be violated.
A surveillance grid is erected for blanket espionage (maintaining a monopoly of knowledge).
Citizens are only treated medically for only symptoms of illness, cures being avoided.
Food contains less and less nutrients supporting increased consumption and chronic health issues which are addressed by a continually declining standard of healthcare.
The final destruction of wealth coming to a debt based ‘money system’ is currency self destruction, happening when interest payments outgrow the supply of money. What follows will be a credit collapse as interest rates rise signaling a credit shortage. A credit crises is self reinforcing and is highly destructive to the economy and inevitably the currency.
The coming, breath taking, collapse has been forestalled by genius market rigging, keeping interest rates low, long term forex scams maintaining control of inflation and tight manipulation of monetary metals prices. The final collapse of the dollar will come fast after a bond ‘event’ results in falling bond prices and the collapse of the US Bond Ponzi-bubble.