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4,437.  Five billion dollars!  Five billion dollars to the credit card companies.  That’s what this bill is all about.  Where do you think it comes from?  People who have gone into bankruptcy.  Who are those people?  They are the people that have the heart attacks.  They are the men and women whose jobs have been outsourced.  They’re the mothers, the single mums, who aren’t getting paid back in alimony and child care support; those are the people who are being hurt!  (People & Poverty & Credit & Company)  Edward Kennedy

 

 

23,223.  Everybody gets credit: it’s the American way.  (South & Credit)  Honeydripper 2007 starring Danny Glover & Yaya DaCosta & Charles S Dutton & Daryl Edwards & Vondie Curtis-Hall & Lisa Gay Hamilton & Stacy Keach & Mable John et al, director John Sayles

 

 

23,644.  Santa Claus:  What would you like for Christmas?

 

Girl on lap:  My own credit card.  (Science Fiction Films & Christmas & Credit Card)  Brazil 1985 starring Jonathan Pryce & Robert De Niro & Katherine Helmond & Ian Holm & Bob Hoskins & Michael Palin & Kim Griest & Bob Hoskins & Jim Broadbent et al, director Terry Gilliam   

 

23,645.  If you hold out too long, you could jeapardise your credit rating.  (Science Fiction Films & Credit)  ibid.  guard

 

 

28,945.  The credit card is the symbol of the decade.  (United States & Credit)  America: The Story of the US: Millennium

 

42,566.  By 1989 more Americans have credit cards than vote in elections.  ibid.

 

 

41,446.  Usury once in control will wreck the nation.  (Money & Credit & Usury)  William Lyon Mackenzie King, 10th prime minister of Canada

 

 

42,788.  Until the control of the issue of currency and credit is restored to government and recognized as its most conspicuous and sacred responsibility, all talks of the sovereignty of Parliament and of democracy is idle and futile.  (Currency & Credit & Money & Parliament)  William Lyon Mackenzie King

 

 

41,447.  Someone has to borrow every dollar we have in circulation ... If the banks create ample ... money we are prosperous; if not, we starve ... It is the most important subject intelligent persons can investigate and reflect upon.  (Money & Federal Reserve & Credit & Banksters)  Robert H Hemphill, 1934 Credit Manager Federal Reserve Atlanta

 

 

41,480.  I wish it were possible to obtain a single amendment to our Constitution – taking from government their power of borrowing.  (Money & Federal Reserve & Credit & Borrow)  Thomas Jefferson

 

 

41,586.  Privately created bank credit is legally convertible to government issued fiat currency.  (Money & Banksters & Debt & Economics & Federal Reserve & Credit)  Paul Grignon, Money as Debt I

 

 

41,594.  The entire world economy now runs on a system of credit provided by banks.  And when that credit system breaks down everyone suffers.  (Money & Banksters & Debt & Economics & Federal Reserve & Credit)  Paul Grignon, Money as Debt II: Promises Unleashed

 

41,595.  The account is a promise to pay, not the money itself.  (Money & Banksters & Debt & Economics & Federal Reserve & Credit)  ibid.

 

41,596.  The banking system functions as one bank.  (Money & Banksters & Debt & Economics & Federal Reserve & Credit)  ibid.

 

41,597.  Banks differ from counterfitters in that the banks are legally allowed to create new money, but only by certain rules of accounting.  (Money & Banksters & Debt & Economics & Federal Reserve & Credit)  ibid.   

 

41,598.  Almost all the money in existence today is bank credit.  (Money & Banksters & Debt & Economics & Federal Reserve & Credit)  ibid.

 

41,599.  Virtually every dollar comes into existence as debt.  (Money & Banksters & Debt & Economics & Federal Reserve & Credit)  ibid.

 

 

41,601.  In our current bank credit as money system the principle amount of a bank loan is simply created from the borrower’s promise to pay back the principle plus the interest in money.  (Money & Banksters & Debt & Economics & Federal Reserve & Credit)  Paul Grignon, Money as Debt III: Evolution Beyond Money

 

41,604.  Almost all money is bank credit: debt money.  (Money & Banksters & Debt & Economics & Federal Reserve & Credit)  ibid.

 

41,609.  About 95% of all money is bank credit.  (Money & Banksters & Debt & Economics & Federal Reserve & Credit)  ibid.

 

41,618.  The all-inclusive self-issued credit system.  (Money & Banksters & Debt & Economics & Federal Reserve & Credit)  ibid.

 

41,623.  Think about taking back of money power with self-issued credit.  (Money & Banksters & Debt & Economics & Federal Reserve & Credit)  ibid.

 

 

41,636.  They were the men interested in the establishment of the gold standard money system and right of the bankers to manage the currency and credit of every nation in the world.  (Money & Banksters & Federal Reserve & Currency & Credit)  G G McGeer

 

 

41,653.  Money is simply credit ... It’s an information system.  (Money & Credit)  The Money Fix

 

41,664.  The concept of mutual credit is not limited to the grass roots. (Money & Credit)  ibid.

 

 

41,677.  [Alan] Greenspan slashed rates to just 1%, and the supply of credit soared.  (Money & Finance & Rich & Greed & Credit)  Robert Peston, Super Rich: The Greed Game

 

 

41,786.  The recession had destroyed eleven trillion dollars of Americans’ net worth.  A recovery seemed far off.  Occupy Wall Street wanted bankers held responsible.  (Money & Economy & Banksters & Finance & Business & Lending & Loans & Credit & Wall Street)  Frontline: Money, Power and Wall Street I, PBS

 

41,787.  Credit Default Swaps – a kind of derivative that ensues a loan against default.  (Money & Economy & Banksters & Finance & Business & Lending & Loans & Credit & Wall Street)  ibid.

 

41,788.  And so they began selling derivatives that were simply bets on any and all portfolios whether the bank owned them or not.  These products came to be known as Synthetic Collateralised Debt Obligations – Synthetic CDOs.  (Money & Economy & Banksters & Finance & Business & Lending & Loans & Credit & Wall Street)  ibid.

 

41,789.  A wave of lending abuses.  (Money & Economy & Banksters & Finance & Business & Lending & Loans & Credit & Wall Street)  ibid.

 

41,790.  By the end of 2005 the total outstanding value of credit default swaps around the world was measured in trillions of dollars and was doubling every year.  (Money & Economy & Banksters & Finance & Business & Lending & Loans & Credit & Wall Street)  ibid.

 

41,791.  AIG was on the hook for $440,000,000,000 of credit default swaps.  (Money & Economy & Banksters & Finance & Business & Lending & Loans & Credit & Wall Street)  ibid.

 

 

41,792.  It was on a cold March day in 2008 that the fear of a meltdown would become a reality.  After the real estate bubble burst it would only be a matter of time before investors would start to lose confident in Wall Street’s biggest banks.  Bear Stearns was the first to crack.  (Money & Economy & Banksters & Finance & Business & Lending & Loans & Credit & Wall Street)  Frontline: Money, Power and Wall Street II, PBS

 

 

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