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The Secrets of Banking

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In the UK the bank of England was started back in 1695 by 5 men each pledging to put in the kitty £250’000 for the king to borrow with a small interest attached, worked well and it did kick-start the economy again but there was a fundamental problem.

And here it is, pretend you’re the king or president and I am the new central bank and you borrow £100 and I want my £100 back with £10 interest at £10 pound a week……..£110

You’re going to have a problem with that last payment because I have only ever printed £100 so what are you going to do ………well you can either borrow some more money or give me one of your assets that we both agree the value of………………….that’s been going on for a while now and anyone in government who comes up with the idea of the elected government printing their own money with no interest attached gets whacked the greenback in America and the Bradbury pound in the UK are a couple of instances where this did occur and it usually was just before a war.

After the second world war they did nationalise the Bank of England ……….well they said they did but what really happened is the owners hid in the shadows being represented by the BoE nominees who donate up to 25% of their profit to the UK treasury…………..and keep the rest for themselves.

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In the UK the bank of England was started back in 1695 by 5 men each pledging to put in the kitty £250’000 for the king to borrow with a small interest attached, worked well and it did kick-start the economy again but there was a fundamental problem.

And here it is, pretend you’re the king or president and I am the new central bank and you borrow £100 and I want my £100 back with £10 interest at £10 pound a week……..£110

You’re going to have a problem with that last payment because I have only ever printed £100 so what are you going to do ………well you can either borrow some more money or give me one of your assets that we both agree the value of………………….that’s been going on for a while now and anyone in government who comes up with the idea of the elected government printing their own money with no interest attached gets whacked the greenback in America and the Bradbury pound in the UK are a couple of instances where this did occur and it usually was just before a war.

After the second world war they did nationalise the Bank of England ……….well they said they did but what really happened is the owners hid in the shadows being represented by the BoE nominees who donate up to 25% of their profit to the UK treasury…………..and keep the rest for themselves.

these guys take a promissory note to the bank. After all all paper is a PROMISE TO PAY THE BEARER

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E98psYH_BHg

4 videos worth a watch.

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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eNWIYWxsHk8

No law to pay tax? So why are we paying taxes if their is no law? We should all do this, GET OUR TAXES BACK.

Ignorance is bliss isn't it?

Title 26 United States Code. Read it, understand it, maybe learn a thing or 2 before making such an ignorant statement.

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Ignorance is bliss isn't it?

Title 26 United States Code. Read it, understand it, maybe learn a thing or 2 before making such an ignorant statement.

Erm, I am in England. :tu:

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I want a law not any statute's. I want a 'law' not contract.

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This guy is a GENIUS!!

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...but none of this addresses the real issue: IS David Icke right?

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...but none of this addresses the real issue: IS David Icke right?

He was the first one to say that money was not real in his early talks. Actually If you even read anything of his books and are able to keep up with a brilliant open mind like his you might find he is definitely onto something that human's weren't allowed to access.

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Beside money, Banks are one of greatest humans inventions. Every 1$ in Bank creates 10 Bank-$. Literaly.

Big Bad Voodoo

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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tU4Ovk9vfzA&list=TL6Et2h5C1-go

This guy is good, a ex bank mortgage adviser and now a freeman and exposing the banking myths of what money is and how the banks get you to sign over your power to them to create money out of thin air.

Because I'm on dialup and won't spare the time, I'm not going to watch the video. But based on what I think was said, how is the infrastructure built (highways, fuel, bridges, sewer, power, gas, hospitals, etc... ad naseum) that could support a non-monetary, non-taxed system?

Did the guy in the video provide that answer? If so, I'll watch it.

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A mistake people make in thinking about money is that it is like angular momentum and is "conserved" -- that is, can be neither created nor destroyed.

This is not so. Money can be sheep, in which case the supply decreases if you have mutton, or gold, in which case the supply increases only if you find some and mine it, but nowadays money is just entries in a ledger or pieces of paper.

Of course that means governments have to step in and keep people from creating their own money, since otherwise the society reverts to barter. The supply must be controlled -- kinda the ultimate socialism that nobody notices as such.

So long as people accept what the government issues, when the government issues more, people prosper, or at least do less badly. When people stop accepting it, prices and interest rates go up and the government has to slow the printing presses.

The present situation in the United States is anomalous. It is printing money like a drunken sailor, and getting away with it -- little inflation (less than desired) and low interest rates. I frankly don't understand how this is working, except to say the US, because of imports and automation, has a considerable excess of production capacity (especially unused labor) preventing prices from rising, and has China and a few other countries out there buying its debt instruments, keeping interest rates down.

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