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How does one pay back the National Debt??

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posted on Oct, 5 2008 @ 11:37 PM

So in Zeitgeist: II, I got a quick overview of how the "system works"..

The Central Banks loan you "credit", or what have you, and then Federal Reserve Notes are made..

Well if you are given 10,000,000,000 you can invest in other countries to increase the value of the loan you invested..

So do you take that money to pay that National Debt?

I mean, is MORE money then created from the surplus you got from another country?

It's sort of confusing how it's paid back...

posted on Oct, 6 2008 @ 12:43 AM
That, sir, is why you have a birth certificate. Check your drivers license or any legal document with your name. Instead of John Doe it's JOHN DOE.

That's how, do some studying.

posted on Oct, 6 2008 @ 01:20 AM
K, so I have very little clue as to what you guys are saying. Especially the 2nd post about John Doe? I'm curious, but clueless. I just don't see the connection between your name being in caps on gov't documents and paying back the national debt?

As for the national debt... you don't pay it back. You just write it off. You open your Wells Fargo - "National Checking" account Excel file, you pull down the Edit tab, go to Clear, then over to All Cells. If you get a warning saying "are you sure?", just say "yes".

And there you go! No more national debt. Spain back in the day did it like 7 or 8 times in like a 1 or 200 year period? What are they gonna do, send Joey D. over to rough us up? Attack us and take Fort Knox? Yeah right. Everybody will just suck it up and we'll all start over from 0 again.

[edit on 10/6/2008 by verbal kint]


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