Banking Scam and the Enslavement Through Debt

It is hidden right out in the open, yet buried in confusion and complicated terminology. A retired banker describes it simply – the world’s Money Scam and the reason every country in the world is now going bankrupt. Private bankers have appropriated the money creation process, and whereas once our money was created by the governments, debt-free for us, the people, it is now created out of thin air and issued as debt with interest charges. In today’s banker’s controlled world, money = debt, debt = slavery and therefore money = slavery. Our monetary systems have become systems of enslavement. Money is created out of nothing, issued as debt and not enough money is created for the future interest payments and the economic inflation steals our savings. The money creation process should be taken away from the banks and given to the governments who can create money debt-free and interest-free. This is how it used to be done before the all-controlling agenda of the big banks, when we needed no income taxes. Finally, it is explained what we should do to stop supporting the money scam.

The root to all problems of the world and their solution in a nutshell-9-minute-documentary.

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Thrive: What on Earth Will It Take

“STOP WHAT YOU ARE DOING, sit down and watch this film! No REALLY, I mean it. This is one of the most IMPORTANT films I’ve seen… Thrive brings together the New Energy and Occupy movements in a coherent, well constructed synergy that EVERYONE should see NOW!” – Mark Heley, Blogger.

 

IF…

“Enough Food For Everyone IF…governments keep their climate promise.

The UK and other G8 governments pledged money on top of aid to help poor communities cope with climate change. This film shows how climate change causes hunger and how that money can help mums and dads feed their children.

International shipping and aviation fuel contributes to changes in our climate, but is largely untaxed. It could raise billions of pounds to put food on the table for the poorest families”

The Forthcoming of the Global Financial Collapse

Cenk Uyguy, co-founder of the Internet and talk-radio show The Young Turks (TYT) breaks down the case for the impending financial collapse of the modern economic system, due to the absence of governmental market regulation, neglectful and inconsiderate high-risk operations by the private banking system and a massive US debt of 639 trillion dollars in the derivatives market – a value equal to ten times the size of the world economy. As if this wasn’t enough, in the near future the market regulations will further decrease and it’s estimated that the trade operations will reach new heights of risk, putting us nowhere but on the highway to an inevitable total global financial collapse.

“A crucial change in the way financial derivatives are packaged and sold on Wall Street is enabling traders to bypass new regulations aimed at limiting reckless speculation, enhancing the prospect of another derivatives crisis, warn some market participants.”

The Dodd-Frank financial reform law came into effect in 2007 in response to the financial crisis – it required safeguards for investors to cover losses on their derivatives trades. But what if investors found another, risky, way around that? That’s what’s happening now. Is it time to start the financial armageddon clock?”

(source: The Young Turks Youtube Channel)

See the original video on Youtube explained in Cenk Uyguy’s unique charisma:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vg2YYpbMoyE&list=UU1yBKRuGpC1tSM73A0ZjYjQ

How Chaos Theory Affects the Course of Human Affairs.

We all have heard of the Chaos Theory (also known as the Butterfly Effect) in one way or another. The concept is quite simple, a butterfly flaps its wings in Brazil creating a chain of events that will lead to a tornado in Texas a few days later. It’s an interesting concept that embodies the togetherness of the Whole and demonstrates how all things and events are knitted together in the endless fabric of space and time, even though the complexity may be way too great for our human intellect to grasp. Anyway, like all great Truths in the Universe, this concept can be transposed to other fields of human knowledge whether its value is positive, negative or neutral.

Allow me to explain.

Home Economics. One might prefer to buy a product because it’s cheaper, knowing fully well that the company that produces it is not environmentally/socially/politically friendly. The harm done is innocuous, how can such a simple purchase decision have the capacity to affect the world? The truth is, like a gentle breeze is strewn from the wings of the butterfly, that purchase decision will create the incentive for that company to continue production using its unethical ways which will sooner or later fall upon the consumer that is responsible for the decision on the first place.

How?

Environmental. China is dealing with a serious problem of pollution right now. Not only Beijing, but also Shanghai, Guangzhou and several other regions in the country. This is cause mainly by excessive and undiscriminated factory production and oil-combustion based vehicles. Along the last decade, United States has been allocating their production centers to China, the workforce is cheap, the ethical values for employees are flexible, etc. Also, they sell a lot of oil to China to fuel the exponential increase in private car purchases by the growing medium-class in the Chinese population. So, was it really a surprise when the United States discovered that their pollution levels were rising from an outside source? Where? China of course. The wind was carrying the pollution all the way back to the States. Unfortunately this makes it a lot harder for the US government to control its pollution levels since they have no hand in the affairs of Chinese politics.

And last, but definitely not least…

Financial. The world is drowned in loans as everyone knows. It matters not if we are referring to people, governments or organizations. The debt numbers have reached astronomical values and grow every passing minute. What few people know is that there is an awful truth concealed behind the mask of debt. Let’s imagine that you apply for a 10.000 loan with a 5% interest rate. This means that whenever the totality of the loan has been paid you would have paid a total amount of 10.500 dollars, thus, at the end of the day there will be more 500 dollars in circulation in the global economy that were created out of thin air, without any material deposit to support it. More money in circulation means a greater inflation rate for the whole economy. A greater inflation rate means that you will need more money next year to buy the exact same things that you bought this year, but if the money is, in fact, worth less then maybe, just maybe, you will need another loan. As you probably understood, this is the vicious cycle that haunts our world today and it’s what makes us slaves to money, debt and the banking system. In truth, it all started with a small loan for 10.000 dollars once and is now a race towards the cliff of inescapable global financial and economic collapse.

.Have no illusions, you are powerful and your decisions affect the world. Choose wisely.

When is Enough really Enough?

It’s a well known fact that our irresponsible way of life its taking a terrible toll with every passing day. In their book “Enough is Enough – Building a Sustainable Economy in a World of Finite Resources” (Berrett-Koehler Publishing, San Francisco, CA.), authors Rob Dietz and Dan O’Neill lay the numbers on the table:

  • 7 billion people on earth, with 2.7 billion scraping by on less than $2 per day.
  • 394 parts per million of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere, threatening to destabilize the global climate.
  • $15 trillion of public debt in the United States, an unfathomable sum of money to be paid back by the next generation.
  • 2 percent of adults owning more than half of all household wealth in the world.
  • 400 ocean zones devoid of life, with the dead zone in the Gulf of Mexico estimated to cover almost as much area as the U.S. state of New Jersey.

The authors complete these unsettling statistics reminding that the most dire part of these numbers remains unseen: reality. Behind the veil of the lifeless statistical figures lingers the pain of poverty and hunger, the increasing toxicity hidden in the air we inhale, the endless slavery to debt in households all around the world and the extinction of animal species that our sons and daughters will never see.

Must we behave like children and bang our head against the wall before we understand that we cannot live independently of the planet and all that lies within? That the health of the Earth is symbiotically and intrinsically connect to ours? That the happiness of our neighbors is reflected in our own happiness.  So when is enough really enough? Close to one billion people starving when there is enough abundance for everyone if the resources were well-distributed. Earlier this year the air pollution reached unbelievable levels (Beijing’s PM2.5 value reached 600, which is more than 24 times acceptable for human health, Shanghai reached 300) and the forecast is for worse. Globally the world owes 49,819,277,626,442 US dollars and all of the world’s governments owe money, a good question would be to whom do they owe it to? Is the power now in the hands of these lenders? Finally, science holds us responsible for the 6th massive extinction crisis in the history of the world. The one we seem to be solely responsible for.

And yet, there seems to be so little action from the holders of the power of decision.

Lets hope that one day we will be wise enough, as a race, to rise above the smog of greed and competition and understand the simple fact, as the authors so sagaciously point out, that

[…] perhaps the most important number of all is one—one single blue-green planet with finite resources that we all must share.