posted on Apr, 12 2008 @ 05:33 AM
OK, ok... I don't mean this in a religious sense.
I mean it in a mathematical one.
Most people in this country have no idea how the money and banking system works, and thus have no clue that within this system lies the inevitability
of its own demise.
What I'm saying here is that the system simply cannot continue. Impossible.
There comes a point in time where the interest on the debts to the banks grows so large that it exceeds the production capacity of the nation.
Once this point is reached, it no longer makes any sense to continue, because no matter what you do it will not be economically viable to attempt it.
You owe too much from your debts, so does everyone else, and nobody, nothing, anywhere can keep feeding the appetite of the monster called "Compound
At that point we either give up and say, not understanding how we got here "Ok, we screwed up. Everything we are, everything we have, and everything
we do belongs to the banks."
We repudiate all this debt and start over.
Did you know it was once considered a crime by every major religion of the world to charge interest on money?
Here's a link that explains it well and shows the numbers: