Criminals Pointing Fingers

Crime of Banking AdamsFrom: The Legalized Crime of Banking and a Constitutional Remedy
By Silas Walter Adams, 1958

The Legalized Crime Of Banking is a simple story of The Federal Reserve System, dealing principally with the unconstitutional creation of money and the control of credit by private corporations. The author suggests a concrete, simple solution, which Congress could employ, which would make the transition from private banking to the Treasury without injuring anyone enjoying a constitutional right, or without upsetting our normal course of trade, industry, and agriculture.

The Pauper and The Rich Man
The pauper (the Federal Reserve Bank) with assets of $52 billion with no productive know how, and less than 100,000 stockholders, loaned the rich man (The United States Government) with well over $350 billion in physical assets plus $250 billion in productive capacity and know how, with 170 million stockholders, $300 billion to fight World War II. Can you imagine the greatest corporation on earth, with 170 million stockholders and assets running over $600 billion, turning to a Continue reading

Whose Shadow of What Economy?

Bank of England

European shadow economies are 22.1% of total economic activity or around $3.55 trillion (as large as Germany’s whole economy). A report by Tax Research, suggests that Austria and Luxemburg have the smallest shadow economies in the euro area at 9.7% of GDP, while Bulgaria at 35.3% and Romania at 32.6% top the list. Of the major economies, Germany clocks in at 16%, France at 15%, Italy at 27% and Spain 22.5%. Stunningly, in terms of tax revenues lost, the shadow economy translates into an estimated €864bn or just over 7% of euro area GDP and, in context, accounts for 105.8% of the [entire] healthcare spending of the EU. It appears that more and more Europeans have no choice but to shift to a shadow economy (as taxes rise among other things), and this is the biggest threat to the entire economy. This is likely one reason the ‘austerity’ actions have not been successful since far less taxes are being paid via the conventional channels. — Europe’s Shadow Economy, zerohedge.com (May 6th 2013)

For some reason I could not make myself write about banks again. As it was the next topic in line, I continued to take time off until I could.  Continue reading

The Stuff Money Is Made Of(f)

ObamaThe fact that our birth certificates are a commodity traded on the stock exchange, is no longer hard to understand. As I learn more and more about the sick few who put themselves in control of the world, but are out of control of themselves, it has come to make perfect sense. These brokered birth certificates show how their System has us in a strangle hold.

Most countries have a limited period in which newly born have to be accounted for to the System. They want to know about new property immediately. Those who hide property from the System will get punished for doing so. I still scratch Continue reading

Much Money Matters Most

money stackIt was a false belief that I did not want to let go of. I wanted to believe that I deserved to have money. As I wrote down my affirmations on money, I realized that even though I had chosen those that were positive, there was still something wrong with most of them. The affirmations pushed me to release the concept of lack of money, and to embrace the concept of abundance. Yet, what does that have to do with me? Continue reading