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  #1155646 15-Oct-2014 19:38
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heylinb4nz: This explains everything very well

http://hiddensecretsofmoney.com/videos/episode-4

In fact id recommend the other videos in the series which explain the difference between currency and money. I guarantee after you watch this you will think long and hard about where this whole fiat currency scam is heading.

 

 



 

 

It's not actually that interesting, and doesn't tell you any more than you would find in a basic (fifth or sixth form) highschool economics text thirty years ago. I gave up about half way through. Fiat currency isn't backed by a defined asset (eg gold or silver), a central bank is able to create currency at will (but not wealth, if the money economy grows faster than the real one you just get inflation), and the banking system creates credit (as it has since the days of the goldsmiths in medieval days).

 

 



 

 

If the politicians mismanage it then you get hyperinflation and poverty, as happened in latin america throughout the 1980s and seems to be happening in Argentina now.

 

 



 

 

None of this is exactly a revelation. Any student who passes highschool economics can explain it. Nor is it rocket science, or a conspiracy, or a "scam".

 

 

 

 


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  #1155661 15-Oct-2014 20:21
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anthropologically speaking the world is a different place today compared to when i was born, compared to half a decade ago, compared to ... heck when i was in high school there was no google! now everybody is facebooking when they are on their honeymoon supposedly.

the financial system however - the rich gets richer. during the days of the feudal system the Lords owned everything the peasants killed each other in order not to starve to death. today the rich still own everything. we don't kill each other to avoid starvation, but our basic needs have moved on from starvation to taking selfies.




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  #1155839 16-Oct-2014 08:01
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^^^

These days, the Lords are now the CEOs and the rich business men, and the peasents are the blue collar workers.

"Meet the new boss, same as the old boss."




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  #1155927 16-Oct-2014 10:06
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JimmyH:
heylinb4nz: This explains everything very well

http://hiddensecretsofmoney.com/videos/episode-4

In fact id recommend the other videos in the series which explain the difference between currency and money. I guarantee after you watch this you will think long and hard about where this whole fiat currency scam is heading.


It's not actually that interesting, and doesn't tell you any more than you would find in a basic (fifth or sixth form) highschool economics text thirty years ago. I gave up about half way through. Fiat currency isn't backed by a defined asset (eg gold or silver), a central bank is able to create currency at will (but not wealth, if the money economy grows faster than the real one you just get inflation), and the banking system creates credit (as it has since the days of the goldsmiths in medieval days).

If the politicians mismanage it then you get hyperinflation and poverty, as happened in latin america throughout the 1980s and seems to be happening in Argentina now.

None of this is exactly

 

a revelation. Any student who passes highschool economics can explain it. Nor is it rocket science, or a conspiracy, or a "scam".

 

Yes very true

 

Although I think it backs up the deeper rabbit hole of central bank control over nations.

 

I should provide a follow up post of Rev Loius Farrakhan speech about central banks and the early history of Rothschild family.....but it may be a bit deep for some people here.

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  #1155934 16-Oct-2014 10:16
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DarthKermit: ^^^

These days, the Lords are now the CEOs and the rich business men, and the peasents are the blue collar workers.

"Meet the new boss, same as the old boss."
 

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Kings Guard : Mossad, ADL Princes : Rockerfellas and likes

Lords : Corporate CEOS Knights : United Nations, NATO

Head Court Jester \ Puppet : Governments

Assistant Court Jester \ Puppet : GSCB, Police, SIS, FBI, Homeland etc

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  #1155971 16-Oct-2014 10:59
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who are the slaves?




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  #1155984 16-Oct-2014 11:11
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joker97: who are the slaves?

Boarder Collies, Labradors and Pointers.





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  #1155986 16-Oct-2014 11:12
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i thought someone was going to say rent payers or hire purchase or interest free buyers




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  #1155987 16-Oct-2014 11:13
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joker97: i thought someone was going to say rent payers or hire purchase or interest free buyers

That would be pretty much everyone lol.





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  #1155989 16-Oct-2014 11:19
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oh ... yeah ... oops




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  #1156462 17-Oct-2014 00:34
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heylinb4nz:
DarthKermit: ^^^

These days, the Lords are now the CEOs and the rich business men, and the peasents are the blue collar workers.

"Meet the new boss, same as the old boss."
 

Me Likes  



King : Rothchilds Family

Kings Guard : Mossad, ADL Princes : Rockerfellas and likes

Lords : Corporate CEOS Knights : United Nations, NATO

Head Court Jester \ Puppet : Governments

Assistant Court Jester \ Puppet : GSCB, Police, SIS, FBI, Homeland etc

Peasants : The tax paying population  





All the required layers of control to separate the uber rich and powerful from the peasants.

Yar but what about ye ole coachmakers. They would go broke from all those carriage returns. Then Mr Ford could move in and take over the business.

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  #1156776 17-Oct-2014 12:30
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heylinb4nz:
All the required layers of control to separate the uber rich and powerful from the peasants.


You forgot chemtrails.




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  #1156785 17-Oct-2014 12:40
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Is-15-an-hour-a-rock-star-economy

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his pretty much sums it up for me.  Get good grades, go to uni to get Quals for a good job (and a student loan!) start at the bottom and eventually get the good job but any savings have been used to pay off the student loan, so almost mid way thru life and still getting nowhere.

Getting the real good jobs is ultimately about who you know and not what experience and quals you have...

In this "rock star economy" the majority of us are still struggling just to survive, the ever increasing cost of housing and fuel and food...

"I love this National Government so much, they make me so happy every day!" said NO ONE EVER...

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  #1156787 17-Oct-2014 12:42
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Bee: "I love this National Government so much, they make me so happy every day!" said NO ONE EVER...

You only get that kind of response to government in North Korea.





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  #1156811 17-Oct-2014 13:39
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Bee: Is-15-an-hour-a-rock-star-economy

T
his pretty much sums it up for me.  Get good grades, go to uni to get Quals for a good job (and a student loan!) start at the bottom and eventually get the good job but any savings have been used to pay off the student loan, so almost mid way thru life and still getting nowhere.

Getting the real good jobs is ultimately about who you know and not what experience and quals you have...

In this "rock star economy" the majority of us are still struggling just to survive, the ever increasing cost of housing and fuel and food...

"I love this National Government so much, they make me so happy every day!" said NO ONE EVER...


We get regaled with many such sob stories by  the MSM, on further investigation they don't quite stack up.
But regardless of whether you think you can somehow blame "this Govt" for your personal situation, how about providing us with some real information and we can have a discussion about where any responsibility lies, some lessons for those starting out, analyse your favourite (whoever it is) Party's policies and see what may have been different, or may be in future.

So let's see just how much "the majority of us are still struggling just to survive, the ever increasing cost of housing and fuel and food..."

Cheers




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