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-I understand that Federal Reserve policy has discouraged savings as they keep interest rates artificially low.
-I understand that the Federal Reserve has debased currency purposely in order to transfer wealth from the middle and lower classes to the wealthy.
That's right they signed under coercion, that there was actual value upon receiving a credit card. When you left the bank, with the card,did you leave with money or plastic with invented money? You signed a promise to pay invented money plus invented interest. Fact. They can't even show loss. There was no exchange of money.NONE! Your perception is you did,but you didn't. But you believe you did, and as being a honorable citizen,you succumb to the coercion and non disclosure of the Truth. That's fraud my Friend,plain as the nose on your face.Gross negligence is fraud under the law. What does the original order of indebtedness in its original form show?? Did you get 5000 dollars as an example when you left with the card?? SO you signed an order of indebtedness with out getting any money?? Obviously people aren't stupid, so obviously they were fraud-ed and coerced to sign an order of indebtedness without getting any money. Who's Fault is that again? Yah Right!!! The mirror.....
Originally posted by Propulsion
The banks were a big part, but in the end, it was Americans who signed on the dotted lines. People weren’t forced to do so. Everyone wanted their cake, and eat it too.edit on 21-4-2012 by Propulsion because: (no reason given)
Originally posted by Domo1
Good thread OP. When I was young the bank gave me an obscenely high limit credit card. I should have known better. This mess we are in is not just the fault of the banks. Its also ours.