posted on Oct, 16 2013 @ 06:49 AM
reply to post by JohnPhoenix
This is something no one has been able to do since - why - to many hands in the cookie jar.
I think it is because the international banking families (Rothschilds, Warburgs, Rockefellers)have tightened their grip on their monopoly to create
and destroy wealth in every country around the world. There are a few exceptions (mostly in the BRICS nations) of countries pegging their nations
currency to gold or something tangible and its no coincidence many of these countries are also middle eastern countries where "usury" (charging money
for the use of money) is totally against Islamic law and is strictly forbidden.
Take Lybia for example.
Remember in Spring of 2011 when the rebels took time off from fighting their rebellion against Ghadaffi to institute a central bank? Kinda funny
considering they had not won yet. Libya was one of those governments that wanted to get away from the dollar and actually sell its energy for
something of actual value. Think of how powerful a thing that is for them to do really.
I remember reading a letter from an Syrian woman on here a while back about how the country was so much better when the Syrian government was secular.
She talked of how each young couple got 50,000 to start off when they first got married. How water, electricity and basic infrastructure services were
always available and affordable. How Lybia built a 20 billion dollar aquifer channel so all of their citizens could have access to fresh water. Now it
is a country that lives under total Sharia law.
Yeah, good thing we brought democracy over to them there Arabs. They should be gratreful.
I'd love to bring Hitler back and get him to do this for the USA.
I don't think I would want Hitler back, but maybe somebody that mimics his economic policies.
I still ask. Whats the best and worst that could happen if we default?
i guess that depends on who you ask.
Some people say armageddon, some people say not that bad.
Regardless, it is coming one way or another. Did you know that the first word for freedom actually meant freedom (from debt)? In fact debt jubilees
were pretty common in ancient times. Interesting useless information for ya.
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