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Two Brilliant Films: ‘Renaissance 2.0 – Financial Empire’ & ‘Princes Of The Yen’

Richard Werner

(Left/Above: Richard Werner, whose thinking is behind ‘Princes of the Yen’.)

Two films expose in no uncertain terms the core issue of our time: how the financial system has come to dominate the globe by centralizing wealth and power through Usury, the manipulation of the volume of money, and centralized control of credit allocation.

This is the core of the conspiracy industry: that history is not so much a matter of competing nation states, but that a shadowy elite rules the world from behind the scenes, and that the core of their power is through control of money.

There has been, and there will continue to be, an endless debate about who is ultimately behind it all. Some clarity is slowly emerging there too, not in the least because of the light that has been shed on the long term history of the human species, including the advanced old civilizations that once dominated the planet. And of course the profound spiritual implications of these matters.

But surely by now it should be clear that “The world is governed by very different personages from what is imagined by those who are not behind the scenes.”

We are indeed slaves and the Matrix owns us, lock, stock and barrel.

Understanding how it all came about is impossible without a basic grasp of how their control of money governs our lives.

And these two films, ‘Renaissance 2.0 – Financial Empire’ and ‘Princes of the Yen, Central Banks and the Transformation of the Economy’ paint a crystal clear picture of the main issues.

The first focusses on the effects of Usury, the second on how Central Banks create booms and busts through the manipulation of volume. It also explains in simple and direct terms what power there is in credit allocation.

These are the three main issues with money as we have identified them and both films strongly reinforce the message. They certainly widened my horizons.

Renaissance 2.0 – Financial Empire

This film was created by Damon Vrabel. Here is an interesting article by him on Usury. His basic take is very sound, focussing on its exponential nature:

“The exponential math not only creates exponential debt growth, but also exponentially increasing:

  • Scale – government and businesses keep getting bigger; we get smaller and local communities lose their meaning
  • Velocity – the hamster wheel keeps spinning faster; human life suffers
  • Consumption – we buy more and more things that break more quickly
  • Production – we make more and more things that break more quickly
  • Inflation – the dollar buys less and less; we can’t seem to make progress

None of these things have to happen in an economic system. They only happen in ours because of debt-based money, usury, that greatly benefits the top of the pyramid while everyone else suffers to a certain degree depending on their level in the pyramid.

So this system is guaranteed to fail due to not only the impossible math, but also the fundamental immorality. Taken together those five issues paint a horrible picture.”

The film is basically a presentation he put together. It’s well done, with clear cut visuals that center around the pyramid of power, similar to this one:

Usury's Pyramid

Usury’s Pyramid

It greatly helps to keep this picture in mind always. It’s simply the nature of power and it’s behind all their schemes, from Libertarianism to Marxism.

Vrabel points at the two tier society that is automatic with Usury. He discusses many interesting dynamics of the monetary system, pointing at the different implications for those in their respective layers of the pyramid. For instance how cost for capital rises when you go lower into the pyramid.

Another great feature is his critique of ‘modern economics’. He makes a solid case, showing once more how ridiculous it all really is. It’s very important. We must rid ourselves of the heinous nonsense that they pay their academics to produce. It’s all rubbish, existing only to explain why we must be in bondage.

Princes of the Yen, Central Banks and the Transformation of the Economy

The film begins by saying: ‘This is a film about the power of Central Banks. Central Banks have the power to create economic, political and social change. This is how they do it’.

And that’s exactly what the film shows. It’s based on a book by Professor Richard Werner, who is well known for his work on credit creation and management of the volume of money. He worked in Japan for years and knows the monetary situation there from the inside.

The film discusses Japan’s economic development since the war. First its rise to world prominence, then the despicable, purposefully engineered boom of the late eighties, and the even much worse and equally well planned 1989 and beyond bust.

Its analysis is very clear cut: the post war rise was a result of strongly centralized financial management by BoJ, which basically ordered the banks to lend so and so much to this and that sector in the economy. Japan was actually operating a war economy in those years, but directed at production and consumption, instead of destruction.

BoJ’s technocrats ruled like emperors, completely controlling the economy by exact management of who would be financed and who not. They created the second biggest economy in the world from scratch in only a few decades.

Undoubtedly this was part of the Money Power’s larger designs. However, in the film the focus is completely on solid information that can be well gleaned from what is visible in the public domain.

Werner shows how BoJ’s officials then changed tack and wanted to force on Japan a change to a ‘free market’ and consumerist economy with associated growing gap between the rich and the rest. It wanted to break the classical control structure of Cartels and Government (especially the Ministry of Finance) power. They called this ‘the need for structural reform’ in typical banker fashion.

To foist this on an unwitting public, they first created a huge boom with insane credit expansion, ordering the banks to expand credit at 15% per year. This led to maniacal real estate speculation, where at its peak the small island of Japan was worth four times more than the entire United States. Then the bubble was popped suddenly and prices contracted up to 90%.

Japan never recovered, mainly because BoJ has sabotaged every attempt that the Government made to reflate the economy. This was simply done by taking out of circulation whatever extra money was pumped into the economy by the State.

The film makes abundantly clear, in neutral and understandable terms, that the whole boom and bust thing was and is purely driven by inflating and deflating the money supply. The case is undefeatable and it’s so vital to understand. The volume of money is what drives booms and busts. Nothing else. It’s all pure banker manipulation.

The volume of money must be managed, it’s unavoidable, the idea of a ‘free market’ doing it is irrelevant. The only question is how the volume is going to be managed: by megalomaniac fools running amuck, unseen by a brainwashed public, or in the service of the public with sufficient people understanding what is going on. It’s not brain surgery, all that’s needed is some basic education concerning the facts.

The film then continues to explore the implications of such blatant banker control and manipulation in the cases of the Asian Crisis in the late nineties and the current Euro Crisis. There too, the situation could well be (or have been) resolved by sound policy, but it was and is simply sabotaged because nobody understands monetary policy and bankers have their own plans.

Werner focuses on Central Banks and paints the banks themselves as the flock following the piper. But of course the Banking System is One and the major commercial banks are well on board with these machinations. But let this minor issue not distract from the film’s achievements. This is a hard hitting exposure.

Conclusion
Watched together, these films show how the monetary system completely controls the economy and by extension everything else too.

‘Financial Empire’ focuses on Usury, ‘Princes of the Yen’ on the volume of money, and credit creation and allocation. Together, they paint a comprehensive picture of what is really going on on a monetary and economic level and its implications for the human condition.

Devising and implementing strategies to stop this Behemoth is actually what should be keeping everybody awake at night. A reasonable deal for everyone is well within our reach. Both films help us keeping our eye on the ball.

Also highly recommended for the uninitiated, as they are both very accessible.

Ideal for the quiet days between Christmas and the New Year.

Related:
How Usury Encloses The Commons
Banking Is Institutionalized Murder!
Capitalism Is Jewish Usury
Rationalizing Usury: the Time Value Hoax
Derivatives, Or: How The Money Power Created The Greatest Depression
The Goal of Monetary Reform
Understand that the Banking System is One
The Silly Pseudo Science that is ‘Modern Economics’

More On The Talent

Gelre

Very soon now, we’ll start crowdfunding for the national implementation of the Talent in the Netherlands, called the ‘Florijn’.

We will very much need every cent we can get to get things going so we can build a truly flourishing network, with many thousands of businesses and consumers.

It’ll be an opportunity for all to actually DO something about this most pressing of issues………….

Here’s some more input on the Talent’s specifications.

Money Creation:
Hybrid: some units created as debt free units, and sold for Euro. The euros are put in a ‘stabilization fund’ which can be used to buy up units on the exchange if there is excess supply/insufficient demand.

But most of the units will be created simply as mutual credit: double entry bookkeeping.

Business Model:
No transaction costs! Transaction costs discourage transactions. The last thing we want.

Businesses pay (typically) 10,- per month in the Talent based unit. Because of the convertibility that the Talent allows, the issuing organization can accept payment in Talent too, which obviously enhances both ‘liquidity’ in the network and the credibility of the unit.

Of course these costs are very, very low and it does mean that the unit needs a fair few businesses to be self-sustaining.

Software:
We use Cyclos software. A high end on-line banking system, created by STRO, a Dutch think tank in Utrecht. It’s a brilliant tool, allowing comprehensive and subtle configuration.

The on-line exchange, that allows convertibility, is our own software, as Cyclos does not support such functionality.

Modes of payment:
On-line telebanking, pay per phone (SMS). Paper money is optional.

Demurrage:
Configured at 0%, but depending on the circulation of the unit in practice, the Talent is ready for it.

Convertible:
Yes.

Interest-free credit:
Yes.

Abundant money:
Yes.

Secure against manipulation:
Full control within the network for the system’s management. Management can guard against speculation, rent-seeking activities, hoarding (with the purpose of sabotage and manipulation of volume) etc.
True: centralized management brings responsibility and risks of its own, but Bitcoin shows that non-centralized, user based control sees quick cornering of the money market.

And below a presentation, juxtaposing the Talent vs. the main architectures currently available.

The Basic Income

Basic Income1

The call for a Basic Income is both old and mounting. Success of the scheme is dependent on funding. If it’s some sort of National Dividend, sharing the bounty of the Commons, it’s necessary. If it’s a Marxist tax based redistribution scheme, it’s worse than the disease it’s supposed to heal.

A Basic Income, in whatever form, is very much on the agenda at the moment. And it’s eminently transparent why: growing desperation for economic justice in the face of the blatant centralization of wealth in ever fewer hands. Through Usury, badly exacerbated by the crunch, which saw huge increase of wealth for the 0,001%, while the rest continues to suffer badly.

The idea is very simple: give every adult a guaranteed monthly income. On average proposals foresee an income of about EUR 1000 ($1300) per month, which comes down to about $15600 per year.

No means test, no requirements, for every citizen.

$15600 sounds like a big sum, but a Canadian study showed that the State at this point pays $7800 per head of the population in welfare, which is already half of what is required. Part of the Basic Income scheme is that it would replace all current welfare, including the bloated, humiliating, expensive and ridiculous bureaucracy that welfare has spawned.

The Basic Income would alleviate the worst excesses of wage slavery. In this day and age ‘finding a job’ is considered a success, but it’s not long ago that the common man scoffed at the idea of working for a boss. Men that did were frowned upon, suspected imbeciles. This was still the case in much of the US of the 19th century, for instance. It was certainly the norm in Antiquity and much of the medieval era.

Furthermore, with the now quickly escalating robotization, it’s becoming more and more difficult every day to conjure up more and more ‘bullshit jobs‘ to keep the illusion of ‘inclusiveness’ and ‘the American Dream’ and ‘the work ethos’ going. There is simply no way that we will have enough ‘jobs’ (as we know them today) in the decades ahead to have all able bodied men (let alone women, who are taking over the labor market anyway) work for 40 hours a week. Already many 40 hour jobs are sufficient for the survival of only one person.

Earlier this year, an initiative in Switzerland was launched, aiming at a referendum giving the Swiss a ‘guaranteed income’ (not exactly the same, but much in the same direction) of SF 2500,- ($2800) per month. A substantial amount in the world’s most affluent country. And while it’s unclear whether a referendum will take place, it was an important development.

The idea is at the moment widely discussed and promoted by many think tanks around the world, both on a national and global level.

The Good and the Bad Basic Income
Whether the Basic Income is positive or not is really all up to the way it’s financed.

If it’s to be done by ‘taxing the rich’, Marxist newspeak for gutting the Middle Class with income tax, it’s bad. ‘Tax the rich’ in reality should mean a progressive tax on wealth, including the wealth stored in special purpose vehicles like trust funds etc. This is most certainly not part of the plan.

But the good version, which is definitely necessary, is paying out to the people the proceeds of the exploitation of the Commons

For instance, a Georgist Land Value Tax all paid out to the commoners in equal shares. This hits two birds with one stone: we’ll have Land Reform and the basic downside of the LVT (empowerment of the State through extra taxation) is solved, because the proceeds are handed back to the people.

Such a tax would also aim at the proceeds of natural resources associated to the land, which are also part of the Commons. Enough of Transnationals bribing politicians to get their hands at resources and then ripping off everybody ‘ad perpetuum’! Just look at what they’re doing to Oil. We can do without all that kind of mayhem.

This is close to the idea of a National Dividend, as also promoted by Milton Friedman. Social Credit, printing money and giving it to the people to spend it into circulation, also has the practical effect of a ‘Basic Income’.

On principal, all profits acquired by exploiting the Commons, including Land, should be returned to its owners, the People. If people want to call that a Basic Income, that’s grand.

Is the Basic Income any good?
Some sort of National Dividend, provided by the wealth of the Commons is necessary, but financing of the scheme is not at the heart of the discussion and many Marxist/Globalist outfits are promoting the Basic Income. There is little doubt the Basic Income can easily be coopted by the Money Power to nuke the Middle Class with it. If a Basic Income comes with extra taxation for the Middle Class, it should be rejected.

While every individual has a right to his share in the Commons, he does not to the fruits of others’ labor.

The Welfare State is a key Marxist goal. It comes with redistribution, centralization of power in the State and dependence. The idea that a man should be dependent on the State for income is clearly against Nature. The idea that another man should pay for it is even much worse.

Furthermore, ‘the State giveth and it taketh away.’ There is only one State guarantee that has stood the test of time: that you will be taxed.

In fact: there can be no Justice with 'equality'. Some take a bigger place in life than others. The old precede the young and merit is what counts among men. With 'equality' the weak are empowered at the cost of the strong. With Justice, the strong take their responsibilities towards the weak and receive higher status in return.

In fact: there can be no Justice with ‘equality’. Some take a bigger place in life than others. The old precede the young and merit is what counts among men. With ‘equality’ the weak are empowered at the cost of the strong. With Justice, the strong take their responsibilities towards the weak and receive higher status in return.

It must be also understood that there is no ‘right’ to sustenance. So there is no ‘right’ to a handout, if someone else is sweating for it.

We have a clear mutual interest in making survival as easy as possible. We have a sense of Charity, wanting the best for all. The wealth of the Commons must be shared. But these are quite different issues.

In reality, Humanity is slowly erecting itself from the mud and this is associated with struggle, not with ‘rights’ as such. It’s not for nothing that the Bible rightly states that ‘he that does not work shall not eat’.

The Basic Income is very much about ‘equality’ also: everybody the same income. ‘Equality’ is contrary to Nature and Justice and very Marxist. Especially if it proactively hurts the Middle Class.

The Basic Income based on taxation does nothing at all against the ongoing plundering of everything and everybody through Usury and the wider monetary system. It does nothing against Plutocracy. A National Dividend through for instance the LVT would, however.

The main thing is, people are clueless about the kind of abundance we would create in an interest-free economy. We should think in terms of five times the current standard of living combined with a fifteen week working year. Combined with a Cultural and Architectural revolution that would be implicit in such a scenario.

Compared to this, the Basic Income just looks like a bone thrown to us by our betters.

There is also the issue, that all wealth is created through hard work. Every man should share in that. The fact that robotization is now replacing many jobs does not at all change that. The problem is not robots, the problem is that they are in the hands of the usual suspects, who get all the added value they produce.

Not only that, while it’s wonderful that much boring, dangerous and dirty work is being automated, this does not at all mean that there will be no work in the future: people by their nature are a creative force and creation is work. We will simply turn to different, more enjoyable and challenging fields of work. There will never be a shortage of work! Much remains to be built and undertaken.

That is: if we have a just monetary system that allows the commoner access to his fair share in society’s credit. Otherwise he will never be able to gain real independence from Plutocracy.

It is for these reasons that the Basic Income is widely promoted by all sorts of shady ‘Green’ and other leftist/Marxist outlets. These are typically funded by Globalist institutions like the UN, Governments and leftist ‘social justice’ funds.

The Marxist Globalist Super States that are now slowly manifesting everywhere in the world have little to fear from current Basic Income schemes.

Conclusion
The Basic Income in the form of a National Dividend based on the commonly held wealth of the Nation is definitely a very serious proposition. It would go a long way in the liberation of the Commons, although the need for interest-free credit would remain pressing.

Obviously, this is not likely the way it’ll pan out. The focus is too much on wealth redistribution and too little on the how and that’s why the scheme is easily coopted by the Bankers.

Too much on a ‘right’ to sustenance, instead of the right not to be slaves.

Currently, it mainly deflects from the core issue: the right not to be robbed from the fruits of our efforts. We lose up to 90% of our income to Usury, taxation, rents and high prices through Monopoly and associated artificial scarcity.

Ending that would see a hard to imagine and sustainable spike in living standards for all but the very richest.

From a Marxist point of view, the Basic Income is clearly designed to obscure this and replace this fundamental right not to be robbed with a handout by the State. It will definitely also reinforce the ‘useless eaters’ meme as many people, disenfranchised and without funds, will do very little to add value to the Commonwealth.

As it stands now, we should be very wary that the Basic Income is not going to be used by the Powers that Be to further gut the Middle Class by taxing them for this purpose.

Related:
How Usury Encloses The Commons
Socialism is not the Answer to Capitalism
Social Credit

 

An Interview With Red Ice Creations!

Anthony Migchels on Red Ice Radio

I was elated to be invited by Henrik Palmgren from Red Ice Creations for an extensive interview.

Unfortunately I don’t know how to embed a Flashplayer in WordPress, here’s the link to the show.

Here’s the intro as published on Red Ice Creations’ website:
Anthony Migchels – Hour 1 – Usury: The Problem with the Economic System & Alternative Currencies
November 28, 2014
Anthony Migchels is an Interest-Free Currency activist and founder of the Gelre, the first Regional Currency in the Netherlands. He joins us to talk about the very central problems of economics today, usury or interest, alternative currencies and more. We begin by discussing the problems with our global usury economy, which results in the rich owning the majority of the wealth – a scheme that will inevitably lead to an economic collapse. Anthony explains how the money powers that be have plans spanning centuries and this predatory system, disguised as a free market strategy, is backed by the extremes of Libertarianism and Marxism, philosophies that contradict the very nature of mankind. We’ll also take a look at how the workforce produces the majority of the wealth for the rich, yet their wages, food and basic commodities are taxed, resulting in total slavery to the state. Then, Anthony talks about the monetary reform movement, which is concerned with the creation of money out of nothing, as opposed to the problem of usury. In the second hour, we discuss the shift of power and the crunch to destroy the west that occurred when the U.S. exported its entire manufacturing base to China. We’ll also talk about capitalism, mass immigration, feminism and the destruction of the nuclear family, and the degradation of the brotherhood of men. Then, we’ll consider the implications of revisionist history concerning WWII and the Jewish banking system’s involvement. Anthony then discusses the Euro-crisis and the inevitable crash of the global economy. We’ll wrap up with some reflections on possibilities of a mass awakening and the improvement of living standards.

Introducing The Talent

Gelre

(Left/Above: the logo of the Gelre, the first unit based on the Talent. Soon we will launch a national unit for the Netherlands)

Alternative currencies are a crucial component in addressing our monetary problems. However, the monetary architectures that are currently available are wholly insufficient to provide serious relief for Main Street. The Talent is the first independent currency model that provides all functions that modern currencies need to truly compete within the Dollar/Euro paradigm. Not only that: it is now available for immediate implementation at ultra low cost.

Interest slavery and the ongoing gutting of the West through the credit crunch continue to erode living standards everywhere. Small and Medium business is suffocating for lack of credit and demand in the economy, while Big Business is reporting record profits and claiming larger and larger shares of the market.

High class units, operated professionally by people who know what they are doing, have every opportunity to provide small and medium business with both the liquidity they need to operate and new customers. Alternative currencies are not only a great customer loyalty program, as people can spend the units only with the businesses who accept them, they also have the potential to seriously alleviate the liquidity problems of the business’s customers.

In hard times, alternative currencies tend to boom. During the Great Depression literally hundreds of them were operated in the United States. In Spain and Greece, hit hard by the Euro Crisis, have seen dozens of units spring up. Argentina has been surviving because of them since its 1998/2002 collapse.

Most famous is the Swiss WIR, which has been turning over billions since its inception in 1934. It’s famed for its stabilizing effect during recessions, when capital scarcity makes it more worth while for business to deal with its limitations.

Limitations of Alternative Currencies
However, the Alternative Currency market remains handicapped by major problems. Amateurism and lacking monetary architects of the units being the main ones. The currencies that manage to thrive are typically run by energetic people. The WIR shows how far even very primitive currencies can go if run by a professional organization.

This shows both in the superficial analysis of both the real nitty gritty of the monetary problems that we face and the political context. The field is dominated by idealists. Over the last few years a marked improvement in terms of political awareness is definitely palpable: say five years ago most in the alternative currency business were oblivious to that bankers behind it all, for instance. Nowadays this is no longer the case, everybody is used to ‘conspiracy’. But this creates a new problem: the disconnect between the awareness on the web and the stone age conversation that is still the norm in the mainstream.

At the moment the discussion about the monetary architectures that are available is mounting and that is indeed very important, but still much remains to be desired.

Entrepreneurial ambition is really key to make it all work, but this must be combined with level headed appreciation of the monetary and this combination has shown to be very elusive indeed.

The Key Challenge for Modern Currencies
There are two major architectures that hold sway: Euro/Dollar backed units and Mutual Credit based units. Most units work with the basic agreement that 1 Unit = 1 Euro/Dollar, meaning they use the Euro or Dollar as unit of account.

The Euro/Dollar backed units, for instance the American Berkshares, the German Chiemgauer or the British Brixton Pound, are created by selling units: A Berkshare is sold for $1. The Dollar is held by the issuing organization, the Berkshare is spent into circulation at a local business. The local business can spend the unit with a colleague or pay an employee. If at some point a business acquires more Berkshares than it can spend in the network, they can reclaim a Dollar for every unit with the issuing organization.

The great boon of this system is that it allows convertibility of the unit. However, the great downside is that there can never be more Berkshares in circulation than the issuer has Dollars at hand. This means that there can be no interest-free credit. Money scarcity remains a real issue, as the money supply is dependent on scarce Dollar.

Mutual Credit based systems create money as credit: participants, businesses in particular, can just get a credit line in the unit and start spending. The minute they do, new money comes into circulation. When a debtor repays, money is taken out of circulation.

The great upside of this system is that there is no money scarcity: people will typically experience an abundance of money and a shortage of places where they could spend the units. The exact opposite of the Dollar/Euro situation, where most have less money than they would need to invest. There is interest-free credit.

But this comes with a price: there is no Dollar/Euro in the bank to back the unit or to convert. And this is a real problem, because there will always be businesses, usually the more succesful ones, providing popular goods or services, who obtain too many of the units, more than they can usefully spend in the network and they will have to limit there intake, creating serious bottlenecks in trade.

The Talent
The Talent answers these challenges by providing the first fully convertible Mutual Credit based unit in the world. By providing an online exchange where people can buy and sell the unit. See here for a full breakdown of the system.

The Talent is a complete set of software and best practices, that is now available to everyone who wants to start his own currency. It can be implemented at very low cost and provides the start up with everything he needs to operate a truly comprehensive currency backed with high class methodology, incorporating the lessons learned with 80 years of experience with these units worldwide.

Implementation of the Talent comes with full consultancy for the starting initiative by the system’s developer, the writer of these lines.

The Talent’s proposition is particularly ideal for entrepreneurial people who know what is at stake, who see the clear business opportunity that creating high class, professionally run units provide for both participants and the initiator himself.

By implementing the Talent, the entrepreneur can focus on building the network and the organization necessary to run it, resting assured he’s offering his participants the best complementary currency currently available anywhere.

The Talent is the first unit in the world that provides everything we expect from money:
– It is sufficiently available (‘abundant money’)
– It provides interest-free credit
– It is convertible to Euro/Dollar
– Allows payment on-line and by mobile phone
– Connects both businesses and consumers and potentially (local Government)
– Implementation comes with full consultancy.

All in all the Talent is the first architecture that truly allows head on competition with Dollar or Euro in the marketplace.

The Time is NOW
Years of research and development have been invested in the Talent. It answers all the major issues facing those in the field today. The first unit based on the Talent is the Gelre, which is in pilot phase and for which we are currently raising funds for wider marketing. Soon a national variant for the Netherlands will be launched.

Implementation is seriously considered in the United States, Britain and Ireland.

Funding remains a huge issue. It’s sad: not so much money is required, but while there are Trillions available for saving banks, it’s very hard to get even a few thousand to save us from the banks.

However, we will soon launch a major crowd funding initiative, where you will have a hands on chance to make a difference in the struggle against the Banks and their Usury and deflation and for normal people looking for a reasonable deal!

Concepts of the Gelre, or: What is ‘High Powered Working Capital’?
Mutual Credit for the 21st century: Convertibility

How Usury Encloses The Commons

Martin Conway

(Left/Above: the Trillions that they rake in in Usury every year allow the Bankers to hire endless numbers of fools in pretty suits to explain it’s all for the greater good and they have their media parade these people before an ever more desensitized public. This particular specimen, Fine Gael Senator Martin Conway, while trying to sell water meters to the Irish, managed to say on television ‘water does not just fall out of the sky, you know’.)

The Enclosure of the Commons is an ongoing process, in which the peoples of the World are disowned from their natural heritage. Paying for their own land, their own water and soon their own sunlight and air. It’s an integral part of our complete enslavement.

Usury has, throughout the ages, driven this disownment of the commoner.

Complete liberation of the Commons is a key goal in the struggle for real economic freedom. Commoners have a right to access to their fair share of the Commons at cost price.

The Commons are “the cultural and natural resources accessible to all members of a society, including natural materials such as air, water, and a habitable earth.”

The difference between the Commons and Capital is that Capital goods were created by men, the Commons were created by God.

Capital should be owned by its creator or by those who have purchased it. The Commons are part of our common heritage and every human being has by natural law rights to his fair share in them.

Capital goods that were created in the common interest, with public means, must also be considered part of the Commons. For instance a public railway system.

The commoner is anybody with rights to the Commons.

The historical context
Throughout history, there is an ongoing battle between the rich and the many for control of the Commons. It’s a key part of our economic history.

Currently, we are in the endgame of this process: the people have been basically completely disowned already and after the coming collapse, the ultra wealthy and the State will consolidate what up till now remained in the hands of the middle class.

The same process brought the 1000 year old Roman Empire down: when it collapsed, all land and most other assets had been centralized in the hands of a very few through Usury and this unsustainable situation was ultimately the reason why it was brought down.

In Medieval Europe, the Landed Aristocracy and the Vatican owned the Land and the commoner lost about 10 to 20% of his production in rents and taxes to his ‘Lords’. Unskilled Labor worked about 15 weeks a year to feed a family. A Craftsman could afford to work even less.

There is no reason to idealize the situation. Life was brutal in many ways and the distinction between the Aristocracy and the common man was enormous. Serfdom is hardly what we are looking for. The spiritual tyranny of the Vatican came with many outrages.

Still, there can be no doubt at all that the standard of living in Britain in the late Medieval era was much higher than for instance during the 19th century. While Britain ruled the waves, the British common man faced an abject fate in the sweatshops, should he manage to escape the press gangs.

Only after the war did things really improve for the commoner. But over the last 40 years real wages have been declining constantly, meaning all economic ‘growth’ is being gobbled up by the 0,001%.

So what’s going on? How is it possible that in the ‘rich West’ the commoner must now work 40 hours per week, up to 50 weeks a year for sustenance? That 150 years ago, normal people were far worse off than their ancestors in the Middle Ages?

What happened?

Well, Usury happened, and Usury started buying up the Commons, gaining rents, while raising them too. People are more and more forced to pay more and more for what was always theirs.

Usurpation of the Commons

Usurpation of the Commons is sold as 'privatization' and is also known as 'enclosure'.

Usurpation of the Commons is sold as ‘privatization’ and is also known as ‘enclosure’.

It’s an ongoing process, continuing very much today. Globally. Water is the main front at the moment. An excellent example is Ireland: the IMF (Usury) forced the Irish Government to install water meters at private homes. Part of the ‘structural adjustments’ ‘necessary’ for making available the next tranche of loans (which are needed service the old loans). This prepares for the next step: privatizing the water utility.

This step has already been taken in Detroit, another place ‘needing’ bail outs after it was suckered by the bankers’ derivative hoax. The obvious result: rising prices, people being cut off from what is of course basically their own property.

Meanwhile, they’re creating artificial scarcity, by destroying competition and alternative sources. Fracking is undoubtedly a huge part of that.

And it’s not just water. Even sunlight is now under attack. In Spain draconian fines are threatened to those who dare use solar panels. The Solar Police is allowed to enter Spanish private quarters without a warrant if they suspect somebody may leeching off of the sun, which is just another finite resource, that ‘doesn’t just fall out of the sky, you know’.

‘Next they’ll tax us for breathing’, is an old running gag. But it’s not a joke and there is every reason to believe that at some point either the State or a Corporation will claim ‘air is not a human right’ and is a ‘finite resource’.

How the Money Power busted the Landed ‘Aristocracy’
In Medieval Europe, say starting around the 13th century, when urbanization started and the first Kings managed to forge the basics of the Nation States, Usury was already on board. Lending to the Kings, not even at interest, but in return for concessions. Taking over sources of income from the State.

Providing the Landed Aristocracy with mortgages (who would then default), slowly but surely started centralizing Land in the hands of richer and richer Plutocrats. The Protocols extensively describe this process. They boast how they managed to make the Kings believe that borrowing was in their interest, while at 5% already after 20 years the whole principal was paid in interest, without even denting the debt itself. While the Kings could have taken everything in taxation from their people directly.

They also report on slowly but surely pushing out the Landed Aristocracy, both through Usury and marriage. They point at the French Revolution as the coup de grace for the Aristocracy as a political force. But they remained a problem, because their land holdings allowed them and their people to at least live freely from their own lands, allowing them real sovereignty. This issue was finally settled in the 19th and 20th century by taxing land holdings.

While 1789 settled matters in the West, the Protocols predated 1917, which destroyed the old arrangements in the East. Even in America the basic conflict is visible, with the Landed Plutocrats framing the Constitution, while the Bankers established control in the early 19th century through Hamilton.

Another infamous example is post 1066 Britain, when William the Conqueror allowed the Jews into England. With them came Usury and the shetar, their contracts, subverting classical English common law. Within decades Jews were the richest people in the country.

Jews were, like most Gentiles, forbidden to own land, but ways were found to make it possible for debtors to collateralize land holdings and the issue quickly became a major plague. The Magna Carta was the first reaction against their practices and in 1290 they were kicked out of the country, until that despicable (ask the Irish) Calvinist stooge of Jewish Amsterdam Finance, Cromwell, let them back in.

Usury leads to escalating rents
Usury not only allows for enclosure of the Commons, it also allows for higher rents. For instance: to buy some land, most people will need a mortgage. A mortgage costs 150% of the principal in Usury over 30 years. Landlords pass these costs on to tenants. Even when the mortgage has been paid off, and there is no cost for capital to pass on anymore, there is the wholly artificial idea of ‘opportunity cost’. The money invested in Land could have been profitably invested elsewhere and the ‘loss’ of this ‘opportunity’ must be ‘compensated’.

Nowadays about 75% of rents for housing are Usury or ‘opportunity cost’ passed on by the landlord.

Conclusion
The idea that people need to pay for the land they live on from the moment they were born is strictly for humans only. No other species has a brain powerful enough to spin reality into such absurdity.

Nobody can call himself free if he’s a slave to landlordism, just as he cannot be free as long as he is chained by Usury and scarce money.

Classical Economists, like Adam Smith, Ricardo and the people before them, considered Land, Labor and Capital to be the factors of production. 

Modern Economics‘, beginning with Karl Marx, managed to obscure this.

We need to reestablish again the difference between man made goods and our natural heritage, so that we can have a clear view of our rights and duties.

Land reform and the wider liberation of the Commons is a key target in the struggle against the Plutocracy.

As we have seen, it is Usury that has managed to usurp the Commons, overtaking the Landed Aristocracy that preceded it as the main power, so monetary reform is obviously the main goal.

But Land reform is definitely its younger brother and part of the same fight.

Related:
The Public Vs. Private Dialectic, Or: Money As Part Of The Commons

Unfortunately, current land reform proposals, most notably Georgism, are lacking, mainly because of their mistaken trust in the State and taxation.
In a forthcoming article we’ll discuss how we can equitably reform land, without empowering the State and/or its opulent owners.

Cultural Marxism: Managing The Ant Farm

'Thus heaven I've forfeited, I know it full well. My soul, once true to God, is chosen for hell.'---Karl Marx

 (Left: Karl Marx knew he was doomed: ‘Thus heaven I’ve forfeited, I know it full well.  My soul, once true to God, is chosen for hell.’

This profound sadness is now proliferating in the destruction of the lives of millions of people as ‘progress’.)

Moses Mordecai Marx Levi (‘Karl Marx’) was a ghostwriter for Rothschild.

Marxism is the controlled opposition against Capitalism, creating what would become the classical dialectic Capitalism vs. Marxism, that the elites use to get to World Governance through managed conflict.

Marxism’s main aim is to transfer the Capitalist Monopoly into State hands, claiming this will end Plutocracy, but ‘overlooking’ that the State is and always has been owned by said Plutocracy. In a dialectic both ‘protagonists’ have hidden attributes in common and Capitalism and Marxism are both Godless, Materialist and Monopolies.

Economically speaking Marx managed to hide that Capitalism is Usury, Banking. He promoted the idea of an amorphous Capitalist class, hiding that Finance (Usury) rules over Commerce, Industry, Land and Labor alike. A small business man obviously has much more in common with the worker than with the banker.

In the West, implementation of Marxism was simply not an option and their strategists decided to first subvert society, before consolidating everything in a Marxist Global State.

For this Marxism morphed into Cultural Marxism, spearheaded by the Frankfurter Schule.

They started subverting everything: modern ‘art’ for instance, total soulless garbage, a far cry from the wonderful, inspired art of the 1800’s and before. This debases our sense of beauty and diminishes our capacity to differentiate the unbecoming from the elevating.

Much worse, they invented Feminism, changing the problem from Plutocracy to Patriarchy and setting up the women against their men. The key goal is to destroy family, isolating individuals and thus making them more vulnerable to top down control. A stunning success, with a 50% divorce rate and fewer people marrying every year.

The Homolobby is part and parcel of it too, as is ‘sexual liberation’, an excellent example of binding people to carnal desire, instead of inspiring them to overcome this.

Feminism/Homolobby/Porn/Sexual ‘Liberation’ are all One and they have another key effect: they murder fertility. Fertility in the West is barely sufficient to maintain current population. This serves their depopulation agenda.

The other side of this coin is Mass Immigration, replacing Whites in their ancestral lands.
Mass Immigration is sold with Multi Culturalism, which is part and parcel of Cultural Marxism.

All these lobbies have their own labels: ‘misogynist’, ‘homophobe’, ‘racist’.

These build on the success of the mother of all labels: ‘antisemite’. They serve to shame and shut up dissenters. To end critical thought and careful listening with the lobby members when faced with coherent argumentation (‘ah, he’s just a misogynist’).

It instills an esprit de corps in the lobby members, based on victimhood and fear of the ‘racists’ etc.

This link to the antisemite label is no coincidence, as all these lobbies worldwide are dominated by Jews. As is Banking.

The key thing to understand here is, that the lobbies all ‘protect’ ‘minorities’, claiming they are ‘oppressed’. But the effect of this is, that the majority is simply being attacked. For instance: Christmas trees in the US are now ‘non inclusive’ because a few Jews and Muslims could ‘take offense’.

This is the lie behind ‘tolerance': there is only tolerance for the minorities, there is zero tolerance for the vast majority, which is expected to move over and make place.

Thus the Bankers divide and conquer on the road to World Government.

Related:
Socialism is not the answer to Capitalism
Capitalism Is Jewish Usury

Celebrating progress....

(Above: Women, by their nature, are more vulnerable to sob stories about ‘victims’ and are more likely to consider Big Brother family.

These ladies drank all the kool aid with a passion, betrayed their husbands and marriage vows (‘divorced’), robbed their children from their fathers and are now living together as lesbians. Most people seeing this picture just assume they’re having fun and few realize the dads are missing. Even fewer wonder how they may be feeling under all this.

The boy is protecting his genitals in a futile effort to resist emasculation.)

The Plane Truth: Usury And The Rise Of The Bankster Dictatorship

Time Monk

Last week I did an extensive interview with Plane (Paul) from the Plane Truth. The Plane Truth has had a number of highly worthwhile guests on, including recently David Livingstone.

It was a bit of a wild ride, because we had plenty of time, 100 minutes, enabling us to cover a great deal of the issues under discussion here at Real Currencies and in the Alternative Media in general:
– The bankers
– Usury
– The Capitalist Monopoly
– Babylon
– The Jewish Question
– Austrianism and Libertarianism
– Alternative Currencies
– Putin and Russia
– National Monetary Reform
– And much more.

And here is the final installment of the interviews with Morris the great cognitive dissonance of the Alternative Media: everybody is talking about the Bankers, nobody is talking about economics and monetary reform. We also recapitulate the conclusions of Hitler’s finances.

Related:
An Interview With Morris!
Another Interview With Robert Stark

 

The BRICS Bank: Next Stop On The Road To World Currency

BRICS Leaders celebrate their new Bank

(Above/Left: For the time being, China still allows Putin the center position.)

Far from being ‘the end of the NWO’, the ongoing decline and coming collapse of the US Empire and its Petrodollar are the Money Power’s key goal in her age old drive to World Government. The BRICS Bank is a purely Globalist institution that paves the way for a new Currency Order after the Petrodollar has been done away with.

The endless chatter in the Alternative Media about Putin and Russia ‘fighting the New World Order’ looks a little hopeless at times. It’s not that Putin does not seem to be a fairly reasonable chap for a politician and ‘world leader’. Clearly he has the moral high ground in the sense that US/Zionist Imperialism in the Middle East and the ghoulish coup and provocations in the Ukraine are obviously purely criminal and Russia is defending legitimate interests.

But the ongoing equation of the New World Order with the US Empire is the sand in our eyes: the reality is that the US as the hegemon is dead. Why do people believe the New World Order would be interested in the United States after decades of horrendous domestic policies that have destroyed the health of the population with GMO and Big Pharma? After letting its once world class infrastructure crumble away before our very eyes? After outsourcing its manufacturing base to China, its supposed ‘strategic rival’? Do people think the Bankers are stupid? That they don’t know how to run a country properly? That they would destroy the goose laying the golden eggs without a plan?

The United States has been eaten from within and its bloated military and overvalued Petrodollar are the only things keeping its emaciated corpse still looking somewhat frightening. But both are totally overextended and antiquated and will without any doubt meet their doom within the foreseeable future.

The debate is far too much about people. Barack Obama golfing while the heroic Putin is doing so much good. This is not the kind of analysis that is very troubling for the Bankers. We need to focus on the larger picture. The who behind the scenes, instead of the puppets in the limelight. And, even much more important, understanding their strategies, their methodology, their main gun being Banking, institutionalized Usury.

Obviously a usurious BRICS Bank, that will undoubtedly be ready for a key role for Gold once the Petrodollar is resetted out of existence, is not in any way ‘threatening’ to the Globalist Bankers on their road to World Currency. No, it’s just the next step in an age old plan.

The Money Power
The Money Power is the group of age old Banking Families that rule the world from behind the scenes. They are the Princes and High Priests of Mammon’s Empire. Jewish Trillionaires are at its core, but many old European ‘noble’ families are also very highly placed.

God only knows where they came from or where they learned their tortuous tricks. Perhaps the old God Kings that used to rule the planet before the Great Flood put us back into the stone age left a copy of their handbook in Babylon, where the Jewish Pharisees and Money Changers and some others seem to have learned the trade.

The core of their Empire is the Capitalist Monopoly: all the major banks own each other, and are ultimately owned by said families. Not only that, they also own 80% of all Transnationals, plus associated patents: their technology is undoubtedly very advanced. They also control most land and related resources.

They have built this Empire through Usury: compound interest makes it inevitable that the very richest own everything within generations.

Not only do they own everything, they also own everybody. We are totally enslaved through Usury, taxation and artificial scarcity.

Our chains are invisible. Usury is the main issue and it’s invisible because most of what we lose to it is in the prices we pay for normal day to day goods and services: producers incur costs for capital during production and must pass these costs on to the consumer. These costs compound in the supply chain and it transpires that about 40% of prices we pay are Usury passed on to us.

Not only that, the State is also owned by the Plutocracy. Always has been: there is no precedent in history of a State that was not outright controlled by the Powers that Be behind the scenes. This is very important to understand, because it is quite common to look at the State for salvation against Plutocracy. But the State has, besides Usury, always been their main method of control! As the Protocols put it: “In the beginnings of the structure of society they were subjected to brutal and blind force; afterwards — to Law, which is the same force, only disguised.”

Taxation is up to 50% Usury passed on to the taxpayer, what remains is directly controlled by the Plutocracy also through its asset, the State.

The Transnational Cartel (Oil, Automotive Industry, Telecom, Big Pharma, etc) operates through monopoly and artificial scarcity. In a healthy economy, mass production crushes prices, but the Cartel keeps prices inflated by buying up or crushing all competition. Through inflated prices, they suck away most of what remains of our life force after we have paid all the Usury and taxation.

This is what looks so desperate about people worrying about the coming New World Order. It’s not a ‘new’ world order, it’s a very old world order, that is just externalizing the Hierarchy in World Government: we are already totally, utterly, completely enslaved.

Oil and the rise of Russia, Iran and China
It’s well known that Empire has traditionally built up ‘enemies’. Either to crush them, or because they are needed for dialectical struggles that can be exploited. The Money Power is a global Empire, that has the nations battle it out amongst each other. Warring is profitable, it traumatizes people so they are more easily controlled and ritual sacrifice is pleasing to their ‘god’.

A good example was Saddam Hussein, who they provided with know how and arms, so he could offer a good excuse for invading the Middle East. Enemy du jour is ISIS, which is well known to have been built up from scratch by the US through its Saudi Arabia and Gulf State proxies. Now that it is strong enough, they can start fighting it. The real war is of course against the peoples of Iraq and Syria, but a bogey man is needed to hide the resource grabs behind it all.

The same has been going on with the Sino-Russian axis and Iran.

China has been built up by handing it the Money Power’s manufacturing base. This is a disaster for both the US Empire and the American people. Two wholly different entities, mortal enemies, although the gullible masses tend to enjoy the ego aggrandizement associated with being part of a big Empire, overlooking that this comes at the price of subjugation.

Is Washington stupid? Does it not know that its power was built on the thrift of its people? Of course they’re not stupid. Washington is a tool of another power, that’s why this is happening.

Russia is a different story: it has long been controlled through its dependence on Oil exports.

In the eighties Reagan started an arms race against the Soviet Union and he has been credited for bringing down that ‘evil Empire’. The real story, however, was that the Money Power institution that actually rules America (the Federal Reserve Bank and its owners), crashed Oil prices by restoring the Dollar, that had been inflating badly in the seventies. This was the key reason that the Soviet economy finally crumbled and could no longer maintain a ‘threatening’ facade.

In the nineties, when the Money Power was plundering the ex-Soviet economy through its Jewish Oligarch proxies, Oil prices remained very low and Russia on its knees.

Then in the early 2000’s, just after Putin came to power, they started raising Oil prices again, both by US military adventurism in the Middle East and by massive speculation by Wall Street. The Money Power controls all major resources and can halve, double or quadruple all prices at a moment’s notice. Oil prices actually went up tenfold: at its peak it stood at about $150 for a barrel, up from $15 only a few years earlier.

These insane (and totally unnecessary) prices have provided Russia with an enormous windfall. Russia? Well, the Russian State and the Oligarchs, Putin included, anyway. The common man saw little of it and wealth inequality in Russia is at US levels.

The Russian State under Putin used the money to pay off the National Debt and particularly to reinvigorate the Russian military. The same can be said of Iran, which has been heavily investing in its military, which would have been impossible without the massive Oil boom.

All this is absolutely totally typical of long term Money Power scenario based planning.

An infamous, purely Babylonian Coat of Arms, used by the Rothschild Family.....and the Russian State.

An infamous, purely Babylonian Coat of Arms, used by the Rothschild Family…..and the Russian State.

Putin’s Russia
While Russia is obviously in much better shape than when he came to power, Putin has rebuilt Russia into neo-fascism.

Fascism is a form of Government with a strong State, intimately cooperating with Big Business. Marxism, on the other hand, is a strong State with nationalized industry. Both systems are highly amenable to the Money Power. They have used both modes routinely and it is quite close to what they have planned for their Global Kingdom.

Today’s fascism has not the brutal face of National Socialism, let alone Stalinism, it’s somewhat softer. Russia holds regular elections for instance, which, as we know, would be immediately outlawed if they made any difference. But there is no need for any illusions about the risks of crossing Putin or the System/Plutocracy he represents. The Russian media, the banks and the economy at large are totally controlled by the global puppeteers.

The Russian State needs the current mayhem as much as the US and the West do: States are antithetical to both Spirit and the needs of ‘their’ people and they need manufactured problems and particularly enemies for their protection racket to thrive. As a case in point, Putin’s approval ratings have been unbelievable since the Ukraine crisis started.

What is crucial to understand is, that Putin only has to represent ‘legitimate’ Russian interests in a ‘reasonable’ way to provide the Bankers with exactly what they want: ongoing tension and the build up to war, which is the goal. We don’t have to defame him unnecessarily, we don’t have to call him or even his actions evil: it is clear the US Empire is the unadulterated aggressor and all Putin has to do is defend assertively.

It cannot be stressed enough that, should there be real war, the US Empire is planned to lose. Its airforce and navy, on which it is completely dependent for global projection of power, are totally antiquated in the face of S400 (S500 even) SAM installations, Sukhoi jets (which tank all American counterparts, including 5th generation, in dog fights) and Yakhont anti ship missiles. Of course Russia cannot in any way threaten America, or even Europe, but it most certainly can defend itself and its main allies.

I think we can agree America is not going to send millions of grunts overseas to fight an aggressive war against Russia. All that would remain is a nuclear first strike and deployment of advanced WMD that both parties have been ‘quietly’ assembling over the last few decades.

The BRICS Bank
In their statement, the nations’ leaders said: “We appreciate the work undertaken by our Finance Ministers and Central Bank Governors“. Undoubtedly it was those who hammered out the deal. As we know, both the Bank of Russia and the Bank of China are major Rothschild CB’s, part and parcel of the global financial system with the Bank of International Settlements at its apex.

Bank of China is led by Zhou Xiaochuan, a member of the influential Group of 30, a Rockefeller confab for Central Bankers and leading economists. In 2007 he was calling for the replacement of the US Dollar with the IMF’s Special Drawing Rights. Please note: not with the Yuan, but with the IMF’s precursor to global currency.

The official reason for the Bank is dismay about the refusal of US lawmakers to ratify the 2010 IMF reforms, aimed at giving the BRICS nations a bigger part of the vote in the IMF: they control about 20% of global output (it’s bound to be higher in PPP terms) and have only 11% of the vote, reflecting basically the post WW2 balance of power.

The plan will see two different banks: one for infrastructure development, the New Development Bank (NDP) and the Contingent Reserve Arrangement (CRA), which will provide liquidity to countries in need. In short: parallel institutions to both the IMF and the World Bank.

However, both institutions don’t need parallels, they need disbanding, because they only exist to usurp national sovereignty and fealty to the Banking Cartel. The BRICS Bank does in no way damage the BIS global infrastructure. It in no way addresses any real monetary problem, let alone the core issues of Usury and scarce money.

In fact: there is little doubt that the BRICS Bank will seamlessly transition to a larger role for Gold, once the inevitable ‘reset’ of the global financial system comes. Both Moscow and Beijing have been massively hoarding Gold and the Money Power has been preparing the transition to Gold after the Petrodollar era for decades now. A gold backed Yuan has been fevorishly anticipated and recently, when the US sprang their first sanctions on him, Putin was saying he would use his Gold reserves to back (and thus give ‘credibility’ to) his own payment systems, away from the US Banks.

This is a good example of why it’s wrong to focus on people, while overlooking the methodology: how is a new Bank going to end Banking, Usury, scarce money, power centralization, Globalism? How is going Gold in any way going to solve total Money Power control of the money supply?

It can’t of course. Banking is THE main tool of the enemy. You don’t solve banking by starting your own, you solve banking by providing interest-free money.

Latin America
Interestingly, right after signing the deal, the BRICS leaders met with leaders of Latin American countries. These nations are mostly led by neo-Marxist presidents, like their deceased standard bearer Hugo Chávez.

Chávez was very popular in the Alternative Media because of his routine and much warranted America bashing, But meanwhile he collectivized the Venezuelan economy, destroyed the private sector, attacked the family by bringing feminism into Venezuela and sold Oil Dollars for one third of their worth to Transnationals to repatriate their Venezuelan profits and to the wealthy, so they could import their BMW’s for a fraction of their real cost.

In short: he ended income inequality in the typical Marxist way: by destroying the middle class with the motto ‘everyone poor is equality too’. The very wealthy became even richer still.

Today, you are more likely to get killed while walking the streets of Caracas than in Kabul.

What remained of his Oil Dollar wealth after handouts to the rich, Chavez invested in uniting the Latin American nations in some sort of Latin American Union. Something very high on the agenda of his Bolivarian successors and brethren in other Latin American capitals today too.

This is another excellent example of how the Money Power uses opposition to the US Empire and the plight of the poor for Marxism and supranational convergence.

Conclusion
The New World Order is a group of ancient banking families that rule through money.

Money is half of each transaction, transactions cannot take place without it. It is the gateway to all goods, services and resources. By keeping money scarce, they keep everything scarce. Through Usury they take their cut in every transaction.

Through control of money, they have acquired 90% of the hard assets on the planet. Not only that, they suck away 90% of the common man’s life force through Usury, taxation and the artificial scarcity of their Transnational Cartel. ‘None are more hopelessly enslaved than they who think they are free’.

They control all nations through their States: the Jews, the Americans, the Europeans, the Russians, the Chinese. They use these nations for different purposes and to pit peoples against each other.

They rule through dialectical pseudo ‘conflicts’, where both protagonists slug it out to amuse the public, while working together towards hidden common purposes. For instance: Marxism and Capitalism are both materialist and monopolies, the hidden common features that really matter to the Money Power.

People within these dialectics believe the conflict is real and they don’t have to actually report to the Bankers to do exactly what they want them to do.

Our current era is about the take down of the American Empire, which has served the Plutocracy well, but is now, with its heavily armed and fiercely independent people, the last block that has to be taken down to usher in the Global Despotism they have been working towards for so, so long now.

The BRICS Bank is anti Petrodollar, not anti Money Power.

Afterthought:
It has long been prophesied that Russia would lead the West out of decadence and materialism. Edgard Cayce for instance. But also a great man like Rudolf Steiner had high expectations of Russia. This partly drives the optimism of some people concerning Putin. But while I believe the Russian Soul has an important gift for Humanity, it is most certainly not going to come through the Russian State, which is purely Babylonic. A grassroots spiritual movement or even the coming of the next Prophet, yes, but not the iron fist of the Kremlin.

A second installment of a recent interview with Morris, concerning the BRICS Bank and the rise of a New Currency Order:

Related:
The end of the Dollar and the coming Gold Standard:
Phoenix Rising, the Return of the Gold Standard
The Dying Dollar and the Rise of a New Currency Order
Bloomberg, the dying Fed and the birth pangs of the new Gold Standard
Why is Gold not rising?

International politics and faux ‘opposition’ to the NWO:
The US Empire is Not the Money Power!
Muammar Gaddaffi and the Money Power
Enough of the Putin Worship!
Hugo Chávez: Enemy of the US Empire, Marxist and Money Power Stooge
Is China part of the New World Order?

An Interview With Morris!

Morris

(Left: Morris Herman is a very astute observer of the Jewish Question/NWO and has been commenting and reporting on their ventures for years.)

Here’s a short introduction to the main issues in a nice interview with Morris, which I enjoyed a lot and hope to be doing again in the future, if some relevant topics come along.

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