Saturday, June 29, 2013

12 YO Girl Dissects the Corrupt Bankster Gangsters

"If you want to be the slaves of banks and pay the cost of your own slavery, then let the banks create money…" Josiah Stamp, Governor of the Bank of England 1920

12 Year Old Girl Tells The SHEEPLE the Truth about ROTHSCHILD CORRUPT

That little lady has more brains, guts and integrity than all of the sold-out, corrupt, ass-kidding DC politicans.

Banking - the Greatest Scam on Earth


How much money is there?

Actual notes and coins account for about 3% of the money in the western world. The rest is debt.

Only 3% of the funny money floating around is in actual, physical form, the rest exists only on the central banks computers. Which they use to enslave the world, subjugate nations and manufacture boogiemen to scare the hell out of people, so they'll never wise up that the banksters are behind most of the world's miseries.

Like the next FALSE FLAG, coming soon, to reinforce the evil 'Moozie' narrative so we'll keep shitting in our pants, to afraid to ask questions or dare to think like this righteous 12 yo girl.


MachtNichts said...

I think using paper notes as a means of exchange surely beats carrying around little satchels of gold, silver or copper coins.

The trouble started when 'they' began charging interest on these notes as a way out of having to perform an actual and valuable service to the community, in the process accumulating wealth which wasn't rightfully theirs.

We, as a society have to re-think the value we want to put on everything physical and spiritual. And is it worth the 'money'?

Greg Bacon said...

I have no problem with paper money, like you said, it beats the hell out of carrying around sacks of gold coin.

But the money power needs to stay with the people, not the conniving hyenas that are sucking the life out of the world.

I don't have a problem with interest either, as long as its simple interest charged and not the rapacious compound interest that sticks a person with a 300,000 dollar bill for borrowing money to buy a 100,000 dollar house.

MachtNichts said...

I always thought that if you have to borrow money, and you're paying it back with 10% interest after a while would be fair.

But I also want my money to make 10% interest in a savings account. Guess, I'm delusional. Not only that, but the banks are laughing all their way to the banks with billions in profits.

Scotty, beam me up!

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