Our Chains are Forged by Usury
April 30, 2013
Money should be interest-free
The New World Order is based on debt and usury.
Humanity is being re-engineered and enslaved
to ensure this fictitious debt is repaid. This is what drives the "progressive" social agenda. The Illuminati
bankers are God. They re-define reality to conform to their
material interests and perversity.
Using Gentile fronts, Jewish bankers succeeded in privatizing the money supply and making it a liability of the State. Money is just a medium of exchange, like a coupon. It has no intrinsic value but is a prerequisite for economic vitality. The bankers have bought everyone and everything, beginning with politicians and mass media, and ensured that humanity is diverted and depleted by constant wars and depressions.
by Anthony Migchels
Usury is the original sin and the root cause of all our economic and political problems.
The truth is we have everything we need to create an interest-free money supply. An usury-free economy ends poverty and saves our souls in the process.
The love of money is the root of all evils. Usury is the weaponization of money love. It feeds the avarice of the usurer. It forces ever more debtors into ever more immoral behavior. It replaces love with commerce. It corrupts commerce, which becomes ever more exploitative. It rips apart the fabric of society and makes a mockery of any kind of social contract.
Billions of people live in abject poverty all over the world because of it. Entire communities, nations are gutted to pay the interest to the opulent. Nobody counts the billions dying prematurely from its effects.
Poor countries pay ten times more interest on their foreign debts than they receive development aid.
Even when not in debt, forty percent of our income is lost to interest passed on in prices by producers. The many pay anywhere between five and ten trillion per year to the wealthy. All other rents ultimately are based on cost for capital and would hardly exist without usury.
<It is the ultimate centralizer of power and it is global. It has been growing at a compound interest rate for centuries, and now this incredible cancer is ready to devour the host body.
The European nations put up $4.5 trillion in handouts, easy credit and guarantees to 'save' their banks and the euro. The Fed provided an unimaginable $16 trillion dollars in easy credit to its banking buddies. Much of it was never repaid. This is 'necessary' because without banks we would not have money. So the West put up $20 trillion to have some bits and bytes and paper and coins circulate to exchange goods and services.
Surely the end of our civilization is near when we allow such rapacious plunder while there is no money to save the poor from starvation and the Earth from pollution.
We think: "without interest there will be no credit! I would not lend if I didn't get anything back."
But the Money Power doesn't lend anything!
Money is just bookkeeping and credit is an automatic result of double entry bookkeeping, which by its very nature knows debit and credit.
The problem is not the creation of money! Quite the opposite: it's marvelous that we never need to have a shortage of money.
The problem is when the bookkeeper starts raping the debitor with interest for no other reason than the associated minus. And takes all this interest himself. Just for the service of bookkeeping!
We pay $300k in interest in thirty years for our $200k mortgage which was created by entering some numbers in a computer bookkeeping application!
GOLD SOLVES NOTHING
We don't want to pay $300k interest in coin! We want bookkeeping at cost-price! Interest-free!
Even in ancient times Gold and Silver were circulated by private parties. This is touted as a wonderful free market operation. But who circulated the specie? Those owning the mines, of course!
They circulated the metal by lending it out at interest and manipulated the volume from day one.
Today, nobody knows how much Gold there is. All the Gold mines are owned and controlled by the Money Power. Those owning the mines are the Money Power, that's how it all started. Vast amounts of Gold are in their vaults, ready to be unleashed onto the market through usurious lending, aiming to create asset bubbles, only to stop lending a little later to create a deflationary crash when people pay off their loans.
It is exactly the same way they create the boom-bust cycle with paper based money.
Just look at what they are doing to Gold today. They have been doing this forever.
The Golden Calf is the archetypal symbol of avarice; the Money Power is unthinkable without it.
WE WANT INTEREST-FREE MONEY
Jesus admonished us to lend freely, expecting nothing in return. The Vedas abhor usury. Moses forbade it. Half of the Q'uran is Allah threatening severe punishment for those taking Usury.
Money is bookkeeping. We don't need interest for savers. The bank doesn't need savers. Debit and Credit are the two sides of the coin in bookkeeping. They are automatic.
Yes, the volume must be managed, but that is unavoidable. No monetary system can exist without managing volume. The problem is not management; it is allowing vultures to do it.
The reason we have a boom-bust cycle is because we allowed private parties, banks, to manage the volume in their own interest. They set up Central Banks to create the illusion of 'officialdom'.
Saying 'the market must do it' is saying the Plutocracy has been doing a good job over the last 5000 years.
We want interest-free mortgages, no income tax, no poverty. We want abundance, good will, a cultural rebirth, fairness and an end to Plutocracy.
Budget of an Interest Slave
The Problem is not Debt, it's Interest (with Video)
Meet the Real Deal: Michael Hoffman on 'Usury in Christendom'
The Fight against Usury by Juri Lina
Why we need Monetary Innovation by Margrit Kennedy
Anthony Migchels is an Interest-Free Currency activist and founder of the Gelre, the first Regional Currency in the Netherlands. You can read all of his articles on his blog Real Currencies
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