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10,015. When plunder becomes a way of life for a group of men in a society, over the course of time they create for themselves a legal system that authorizes it and a moral code that glorifies it. Frederic Bastiat
42,620. Given that most countries do have enough resources to provide for their people, why should they have to tolerate a system that forces parents to watch their children die slowly? ... Indeed, why should the burden of debt fall to those least responsible for it? At the other end of the scale, why should British High Street banks get tax relief of more than a billion pounds just in case loans are not paid back. That amount of money would immunise four hundred million children against preventable disease. Above all, why should the lives of ordinary people be controlled by a few who are themselves unaccountable, and whose decisions and judgments are dictated by a belief that economics is meant not to serve people but as some kind of holy writ requiring regular offerings, even blood sacrifices to a god called The Bottom Line. The debts of poor countries amounts to less than five percent of the loans of commercial banks. If the debt was cancelled unconditionally the banks would hardly know the difference. (Debt & Banksters) John Pilger, War By Other Means
42,686. Commercial banks create chequebook money whenever they grant a loan simply by adding new account dollars in accounts on their books in exchange for a borrower’s IOU. (Debt & Banksters & Loans) Federal Reserve Bank of New York, I Bet You Thought p19
42,687. Banks lend by creating credit. They create the means of payment out of nothing. (Debt & Lending & Loan & Credit & Banksters) Ralph M Hawtrey
42,701. They build nothing other than profits. They’re junkies. They’re addicts ... They can’t get enough ... Billionaire bonuses for what? ... Bigger than the GDPs of many nations ... Here’s more money, junkey. (Debt & Money & Currency & Economics & Banksters) Celente & Schiff & Paul & Faber & Rogers & Woods, MeltUp: The Beginning of a US Currency Crisis
42,711. In fact this is precisely the logic on which the Bank of England — the first successful modern central bank — was originally founded. In 1694, a consortium of English bankers made a loan of £1,200,000 to the king. In return they received a royal monopoly on the issuance of banknotes. What this meant in practice was they had the right to advance IOUs for a portion of the money the king now owed them to any inhabitant of the kingdom willing to borrow from them, or willing to deposit their own money in the bank — in effect, to circulate or ‘monetize’ the newly created royal debt. This was a great deal for the bankers (they got to charge the king 8 percent annual interest for the original loan and simultaneously charge interest on the same money to the clients who borrowed it), but it only worked as long as the original loan remained outstanding. To this day, this loan has never been paid back. It cannot be. If it ever were, the entire monetary system of Great Britain would cease to exist. (Debt & Banksters & Federal Reserve & Loan) David Graeber, Debt: The First 5,000 Years
42,722. Now they’re gone, they’re not to be thought of again. This is your opportunity. (Finance & Money & Banksters) Margin Call 2011 starring Paul Bettany & Demi Moore & Kevin Spacey & Jeremy Irons & Zachary Quinto & Penn Badgley & Simon Baker & Stanley Tucci & Mary McDonnell & Ashley Williams et al, director J C Chandor, team pep talk
42,723. Over the last thirty six to forty months the firm has begun packaging new MBS products that combine several different tranches of grading classification in one tradable security. (Finance & Money & Banksters) ibid. Sullivan
42,724. It’s just money. It’s made up. (Finance & Money & Banksters) ibid. Irons
42,783. What Mr Rothschild had discovered was the basic principle of power, influence, and control over people as applied to economics. That principle is, When you assume the appearance of power, people soon give it to you.
Mr Rothschild had discovered that currency or deposit loan accounts had the required appearance of power that could be used to induce people (inductance, with people corresponding to a magnetic field) into surrendering their real wealth in exchange for a promise of greater wealth (instead of real compensation). They would put up real collateral in exchange for a loan of promissory notes. Mr Rothschild found that he could issue more notes than he had backing for, so long as he had someone’s stock of gold as a persuader to show his customers.
Mr Rothschild loaned his promissory notes to individuals and to governments. These would create overconfidence. Then he would make money scarce, tighten control of the system, and collect the collateral through the obligation of contracts. The cycle was then repeated. These pressures could be used to ignite a war. Then he would control the availability of currency to determine who would win the war. That government which agreed to give him control of its economic system got his support.
Collection of debts was guaranteed by economic aid to the enemy of the debtor. The profit derived from this economic methodology made Mr Rothschild all the more able to expand his wealth. He found that the public greed would allow currency to be printed by government order beyond the limits (inflation) of backing in precious metal or the production of goods and services.
In this structure, credit, presented as a pure element called ‘currency’, has the appearance of capital, but is in effect negative capital. Hence, it has the appearance of service, but is in fact, indebtedness or debt. It is therefore an economic inductance instead of an economic capacitance, and if balanced in no other way, will be balanced by the negation of population (war, genocide). The total goods and services represent real capital called the gross national product, and currency may be printed up to this level and still represent economic capacitance; but currency printed beyond this level is subtractive, represents the introduction of economic inductance, and constitutes notes of indebtedness.
War is therefore the balancing of the system by killing the true creditors (the public which we have taught to exchange true value for inflated currency) and falling back on whatever is left of the resources of nature and regeneration of those resources.
Mr Rothschild had discovered that currency gave him the power to rearrange the economic structure to his own advantage, to shift economic inductance to those economic positions which would encourage the greatest economic instability and oscillation. (Currency & Debt & Money & Economics & Banksters & War & Credit) Bill Cooper, Top Secret: Silent Weapons for Quiet Wars, Operations Research Technical Manual TM-SW7905.1
43,090. Darling fascist bully boy, give me some more money, you bastard. May the seed of your loin be fruitful in the belly of your woman. Neil. (Comedy & Bankster) The Young Ones: Cash ***** Neil's letter to bank manager
43,113. Fascist Pig Bank: Neil: Mike, Mike, don’t you think like you know robbing a bank is like tantamount to stealing really, isn’t it?
Rick: Yeah, come on, let’s do it! White riot! Stand down, Margaret! I’m a child of the recession and I’ve got hate in my eyes. Ask for me tomorrow and I’ll be gone ’cause I’m on a one-way ticket to oblivion and I’m going to raise hell getting there.
Mike: Now let’s get in there and do it.
Rick: What, you mean now? (Comedy & Banksters) Young Ones: Summer Holiday *****
49,250. Whomsoever controls the volume of money in any country is absolute master of all industry and commerce and when you realize that the entire system is very easily controlled, one way or another, by a few powerful men at the top, you will not have to be told how periods of inflation and depression originate. (Industry & Capitalism & Commerce & Control & Banking & Money) James Garfield
60,615. They [The Knights Templar] became bankers in a very big way. They lent to emperors, priests, Bishops, Kings. They would lend money to anybody who needed it. (Knights Templar & Banksters) Dr Tim Wallace-Murphy, co-author Custodians of Truth
60,631. The Knights Templar were the most powerful military religious order of the Middle Ages. Formed to protect pilgrims in the Holy Land, they participated in the Crusades and rapidly gained wealth, lands and influence and were answerable to none save the Pope himself. In addition to having a fearful military reputation, they were also Christendom's first bankers, and invented the modern banking system that is still in use today. (Knights Templar & Jerusalem & Middle Ages & Pope & France & Bankster) Trial of the Knights Templar