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.

“Let The Banks Fail!”, Iceland’s Remarkable Economic Recovery

“[…] I think basically, all modern states, whether they are large or small, face similar challenges and could apply similar solutions, so in our case we decided to let the banks fail, they were private banks and, as I sometimes said, I never understood why somehow banks are the holy churches of the modern economy. Whereas it is normal to let all the companies go bankrupt and fail, suddenly when a bank is in trouble everybody comes rushing and says no, no, no, no, this can’t happen […] ”

4 years later, Iceland is recovering in a remarkable way – 3% economic growth, 5% unemployment and the states finances are in a reasonable shape.

“[…] By going against the established orthodox views prevailing in the U.S. and Europe we actually managed to create a recovery that is quite remarkable […]” – Olafur Ragnar Grimsson, Iceland Prime Minister