reply to post by CreeWolf
Money is violence.
Actually it's globalist fractional reserve central bankers who want what we all have, then fund propaganda campaigns to anger people in various
countries against others.
They profit from loaning (printing) money for the combatants who they goad into war.
They own and control the major media. They create news, and the items that go in it.
Central banks all of which work on a fractional reserve system, create economic conditions in tandem with the industrial robber barons they serve as
the major loan source for.
Central banks also fund economic collapses and cause depressions and commodities shortages by restricting the flow of money, in tandem with officials
in charge of energy laws, farm legislation and programs, international trade legislation.
These are additional stresses they put on global economies to create additional assured potential for profit, on top of the main one they have always
built in to money itself. The Treasury Secretary in an incarnation of the central bank during the administration of Andrew Jackson, actually created a
depression, as the current one did during Herbert Hoover's. In the latter case restricted the currency, forcing investment houses to call in their
margin accounts with which people buy stock on credit, when people began selling off bubble inflated stock, and so needing to be paid.
The Fed had just before created excessive cash flow, to fuel the fake market boom.
In the case of Andrew Jackson, they attempted to kill him 3 times. His tombstone reads "I killed the bank". He returned the favor.
They create money as pure debt. They hold little if any gold or cash reserves, and lend out brand new money created out of nothing, to many times the
reserves they actually hold. Central banks print (loan) this money they create from nothing to governments and banks in their system at interest (e.g.
the Federal Reserve's prime rate). This is called a fractional reserve system of banking, because the bank hold only a tiny fraction of the assets it
loans out, because it knows it's depositors never come all at once to collect their cash or gold, nor show up to do an audit. Congress has never been
permitted to audit the gold reserves of the Federal Reserve System. The Federal Reserve's branches' boards are populated by a majority of officers
from banks which they create policy for. The Federal Reserve is not owned or operated by the US government. It is essentially controlled by 12 member
banks who hold it's stock, and is not required by Congress to list the stock holders.
Central Banks and banks working in thier systems loan out new money created from nothing in excess of 1000 times their actual holdings. Banks no
longer advertise their holdings. If depositors show up to be paid at enough banks holding cash reserves loaned out from this system, there would be
nowhere near enough money to pay depositors their cash. They money is only promised to be worth something, as deemed good for all debts public and
Gold is also sold or loaned out at interest by central banks. Recently central banks sold the gold they already loaned out at interest presumably to
the borrowers. Less gold in reserve. If the US government were to demand it's gold reserves be transferred to a bank controlled by Congress, there
would likely be nowhere near enough gold on deposit to provide the government's gold. It was one the people's gold until US citizens were forced by
legislation signed by Roosevelt, to sell it to the Federal Reserve at a set price. Foreign gold was paid at a significantly higher rate. Members of
the Firestone company removed their gold to England, and then re-imported it for the higher rate. They were busted, and minimally fined. Those who
refused to turn in their gold to the private Federal Reserve on the orders of their government, risked confiscation and arre