ducation knowledge and power versus ignorance is causing debt slavery and austerity ruthlessly applied by the rule of law as applied to money.
People have not learned a thing at school, work, or university about their own money supply; this has enabled a small band of insiders to rule over vast populations through institutionalised ignorance.
The trick in all this is that the insiders want you to believe that they have the money, knowledge, and therefore the power, but when there are booms and busts, they lose the money, in these circumstances they get you to pay them by “bailouts”, “bail-ins”, and “haircuts”, via your government.
What is not fully understood is they always got their money from you, read on and see how all this has been constructed. Then what can be done to change things before the next great economic collapse wipes out everything.
I hope that you will not be learning this after the next financial collapse.
This information produced by; AllanR Jones, economic policy development, Australia First Inc. and Peoplewealth public bank initiative.
Ben Chifley - Australian Prime Minister 1945-1949 Speaks
"Banking differs from any other form of business, because any action - good- or bad - by a banking system affects almost every phase of national life. A banking policy should have one aim - service for the general good of the community. The making of profit is not necessary to such policy. In my opinion the best service to the community can be given only by a banking system from which the profit motive is absent, and thus in practive only a system ertirely under national control"
Abraham Lincoln Speaks:
“The money power preys on the nation in times of peace, and conspires against it in times of adversity. It is more despotic than monarchy, more insolent that autocracy, more selfish that bureaucracy. It denounces, as public enemies, all who question its methods or who throw light upon its crimes”
“Money is the creature of law, and the creation of the original issue of money should be maintained as the exclusive monopoly of the national government. The monetary needs of increasing numbers of people advancing towards higher standards of living can and should be met by the Government. Government, possessing power to create and issue currency and credit as money, and enjoying the right to withdraw both currency and credit from circulation by taxation and otherwise, need not and should not, borrow capital at interest as the means of financing Government work and public enterprise. The privilege of creating and issuing money is not only the prerogative of Government but it is the Government’s greatest creative opportunity. Thus money will cease to be master and become the servant of humanity. Democracy will rise superior to the Money Power.”
King O’Malley, founder of the Commonwealth Bank.
King O’Malley Speaks.
On Sept. 30 1909, in Federal Parliament, O’Malley emphasised: “The private banking system of the Commonwealth is only a legalised monopoly for the gathering of wealth from the many, and its concentration in the hands of the privileged few... We are legislating for the countless multitudes of future generations. We are in favour of protecting, not only the manufacturer, but also the man who works for him. We wish to protect the oppressed and downtrodden of the earth.”