posted on Mar, 11 2010 @ 12:06 AM
The only sovereign people I could imagine being "debt free", would have to be the sovereign 'city-state' that is, Vatican City. They have
their own flag, their own "army" per se, it's own postal service, etc.
The Vatican itself is thought to be the wealthiest on Earth, boasting the most prized collections of valuables ancient and modern, as well as some of
the greatest non-wealth related power in the world. Not to mention, the Rothchilds placed their trust and esteem in the Vatican by way of allowing the
Vatican to basically operate the Rothchild's operations as a delegate.
So, yeah, the Vatican City is not in debt.
There are other "sovereign city-states", actually only two more even worth mentioning. Washington, District of Columbia, aka D.C., is technically
"sovereign", and has it's own Law. It's based on, I believe, Roman principles or a late-Caesar, and it's a totalitarian set of principles.
They're technically not enforced (obviously), but some say they are unofficially. This goes by way of conspiracy, but it's quite interesting
Then there is London, or a place in London. I can't remember exactly, it's been quite a while. I believe it's Paternoster Square, or
something similar. Naturally, it resides next to the uber-Catholic St. Paul's Cathedral (Naturally, right?) and boasts the residence of the London
Stock Exchange, Goldman Sachs, Merrill Lync, etc... In other words, the square of the enemies of the 21st century.
All of this is worth looking into. I believe there are a few documentaries on it. These "Sovereign City-States" (Vatican City officially, other 2
unofficially) are most certainly not in debt, never will be in debt, and have most certainly played their part, if not completely controlled, in
orchestrating the "debt" we see today.