posted on Nov, 17 2011 @ 04:04 PM
reply to post by WarJohn
i.m.o the reason we have so many laws now is because they raise revenue for gubbermunts , well at least some do, so if we take speeding for example,
there is no offence under common law for this, so they create an act, that is then passed in parliament(uk) and they then go to banksters and say this
will make us for eg 2 billion in its life time, so will you lend us 2 billion on the strength of this, and anything we make above the 2 billion you
can have also.
It really is not difficult too see how this mess has come about, the governments borrow money on the strength of some of the acts passed, each act
though does not carry "the force of law" until you agree to be governed by it. it gets complicated now and would take way too much of an answer to
explain the process, but you get my drift i am sure. Laws are basically a tool for them to borrow money, comes back to the bankers again you see! well
and the government, so really none of it is our debt, it is theirs.
off with their heads!.
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