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Britannica 1784: Rules for Changing a Republic into a Monarchy

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posted on Oct, 20 2005 @ 07:02 PM

But the grand nostrum will be a public debt, provided enough of it can be got and it be medicated with the proper ingredients. If by good fortune a debt be ready at hand, the most is to be made of it. Stretch it and swell it to the utmost the items will bear. Allow as many extra claims as decency will permit. Assume all the debts of your neighbors - in a word, get as much debt as can be raked and scraped together, and when you have got all you can, "advertise" for more, and have the debt made as big as possible. This object being accomplished, the next will be to make it as perpetual as possible; and the next to that, to get it into as few hands as possible. The more effectually to bring this about, modify the debt, complicate it, divide it, subdivide it, subtract it, postpone it, let there be one-third of two-thirds, and two-thirds of one-third, and two-thirds of two-thirds; let there be 3 percents, and 4 percents, and 6 percents, and present 6 percents, and future 6 percents. To be brief, let the whole be such a mystery that a few only can understand it; and let all possible opportunities and informations fall in the way of these few to cinch their advantages over the many.


Much like the Protocols it shows the way to conquering a free people without their knowing it until its already done.

And it all fits what is happening today.

Much more here:

posted on Oct, 22 2005 @ 12:19 PM
This country hasn't been a Democracy since about the time of Andrew Jackson. Once most of the countries'

When most of the countries' money is controlled by a few, it is impossible to have democracy at the same time. This was said by Brandeis, a supreme court justice in 1947.....

Once the Rothschilds, Rockefellers, Carnegies and the like began to control everything in the mid-1800's, it was all over for this country!!

posted on Oct, 22 2005 @ 02:37 PM

"It is easier for a king to have a lie believed than a beggar to spread the truth."

The media of today has the same power over us beggars.

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