posted on Sep, 26 2008 @ 08:41 PM
reply to post by BennyHill
Not at all. What folks should focus on is the property rights. When we talk about 1% of the population owning 80% of the assets, what we are really
saying is the private banking system owns those assets, through fractional reserve banking where the debt issued is superior to capacity of the
economy to pay it, and will always be superior because it is a load given on the very emission of the currency, so the more money you print to pay
debt the more debt you have in the system, and debt results in foreclosure or buyout at reduced prices. 100 trillion of controlled assets seems
plausible to me too because:
The Rothschild dynasty seems to own most of the private banking system and influence most of the currencies in the world. All debt based, all eating
up property rights.
This is what the system was designed to do, who knows when and by who. Some say Venice, some say Babylon, I don't know. At it's heart it is a theft,
or to be more exact, a fraud, as people think they are getting a credit, when in reality all they are getting through the emission of credit is tax
debt, because the nations currency pays interest to the banks that emit it. This is what national deficit is really all about, the income of the state
will never ever in a fractional reserve system be enough to pay it's own debt obligations.
This of course is a pathetic system that eats up any hope of long term prosperity, and I am amazed humanity has achieved as much as it has under such
an unjust and dishonest debt load. Truely shows the spirit and power of a human. With a diferent system, non debt based, mankind would prosper, but
for that to happen a very fundamental part of our modern society, indeed our modern psyche, has to be torn down.
[edit on 27-9-2008 by Zepherian]