posted on Oct, 8 2008 @ 03:38 PM
I see where you are coming from, but it depends on how you look at it, you can say 'it's the law', but it has been shown time and again that the
law is there to protect the companies/government from the people (pertaining to admiralty law, not common or equity, although, IMO, equity law
was a 'step towards' the admiralty, weening if you will).
If you go in and rob your local grocers, then, how is that 'sticking it to the man'? We are suggesting that we show the banks that we can't be
bullied by them, we have been put in this situation by them, not us, we've been good little people, we spend and pay taxes, have done for
centuries, they on the other hand, have spent, spent, borrowed, spent, borrowed and spent some more and how much of this was for the people?
IMO, some, but no where near the amount they where taking off us.
IMO, this is all leading to the centralization of the gloal banking system to 'regulate and oversee the operations for the good of the
people' (Well that depends, on who the government are working for, us or the banks? IMO, we have been shown clearly it ain't us.), this in turn
will introduce the need for a one world government, to implement this oversight, as we won't be able to choose just one, or a handful.
Edit to add: These past few years, as times have been getting harder for the average citizen, the DoD's (not sure about other countries atm) is
spending something like 6 times hitler did before WW2, on their arms build up, IMO, that is where all your tax is going.
[edit on 8-10-2008 by ElectroMagnetic Multivers]