[On the evening before his execution by a British firing squad for his part in the Easter Rebellion in Dublin in 1916, Padraic Pearse etched a few lines from his own poem, “The Rebel”, on the wall of his cell…
Pearse’s words were directed at the rulers of the British Empire, but today they can be addressed to a cadre of criminal bankers and their political puppets who would impose financial slavery on us all.]
In a time of unprecedented global awakening, the peoples of the nations are rapidly becoming aware of how they’ve been kept in financial bondage for centuries. The veils of deception and fraud carefully woven by a malevolent Money Power are being torn apart like spider web in a gale. The outrageous criminality imposed upon mankind for generations is finally exposed for all to see.
People are fast discovering how a cunning cabal of banksters conned them into giving up their labour, their property, and their freedom. They now see how years of their precious energy and toil have been stolen from them by financial terrorists who have long kept humanity in a wretched state of debt, misery, and fear.
But now the tide of wakefulness is rising fast. A tsunami of anger and indignation is beginning to roll towards the banksters and their political camp followers. A worldwide revolution against villainy and corruption grows by the day. The masses are demanding truth and justice, and the cry of their fury is fearsome and foreboding.
Fraudsters beware! Beware of the hordes who are rising from their slumber. Beware of the people who have caught you pillaging. Beware of the wrath of the betrayed. Beware of the thing that is coming… tyrants… hypocrites… liars!
Fearful of the risen people, the criminal syndicates who run the world from behind the facade of governments and suborned global institutions are terrified of losing their ill-gotten wealth and privileges, and perhaps their lives.
Zbigniew Brzezinski, a Bilderberger and co-founder of the Trilateral Commission, recently addressed the Council on Foreign Relations in Montreal and warned his fellow elitist villains about this new “global political awakening”.
Brzezinski said: “For the first time in all of human history mankind is politically awakened â that’s a total new reality â it has not been so for most of human history.”
Brzezinski bewailed the fact that the whole world had awakened politically and was now “consciously aware of global inequities, inequalities, lack of respect, exploitation.” He lamented that an enlightened people would no longer tolerate financial slavery and serfdom nor would they allow the stealthy move towards a single world currency which would mean complete domination of the world by the international banksters.
More than a century ago Lord Acton said, “The issue which has swept down the centuries and which will have to be fought sooner or later is the people versus the banks.”
That fight has now been joined.
In recent years, a growing number of people throughout the world are stumbling upon a massive deception that the banksters and their vassals have been fiercely trying to keep secret for years. It’s a secret so incredible that the mind will not accept the truth of it on a first hearing.
That may seem an incredible hypothesis.
But it’s true. In most loan transactions, banks do not lend out their money; first, they receive the full amount from the unwitting borrower himself, then they deceitfully loan it back to the borrower as if it had originally come from their own assets, and they charge punitive rates of interest to boot.
The idea is so preposterous that one’s first inclination is to dismiss it as hokum. But let’s have a quick look at the origins of modern banking before we explain how the borrower is, in all actuality, the lender. And at the end of this article we’ll show how you can lawfully get out of debt and have your loans written off; it involves challenging the banksters from a position of truth, knowledge, and personal empowerment.
There has been much dishonesty and trickery in the field of banking since the set-up of the Bank of England in 1694. Although misleadingly called the “Bank of England” it did not belong to the English Government or to the English people. It was a private bank that dealt in deceptive practices for private profit.
The Bank of England practised ‘fractional reserve lending’, a counterfeiting process which permitted the bank to lend out more money than it actually possessed. At the inception of the Bank of England, the fractional reserve ratio was set at 2 to 1. That meant it could lend out and collect interest on twice as much money as it really owned.
Fractional reserve ratios soon ran out to 3, 5, and 9 times the amount of bank reserves, and in some cases to many multiples of these amounts. Although modern capital reserves are generally set at a minimum of 8% (a lending ratio of 12Â½ to 1) some banks, such as those in Canada, Australia, and elsewhere have no requirements at all (see Wikipedia â Reserve requirement).
Fractional reserve lending is a gigantic confidence trick that allows banks across the globe to create money out of thin air and charge interest on it. Charging interest on money created out of nothing is a crime known as usury. Incredibly, governments permit it without question and a compliant judiciary accommodates banking fraud in the courts every day of the week. In bygone days, usurers were put to death; but today they live in opulence like emperors and consider themselves above the law.
The criminality of modern banking owes its origins to the double-dealing goldsmiths of the Middle Ages. The goldsmiths owned secure vaults where they would store gold and silver coin and bullion for their clients for a fee. When a merchant stored gold with the goldsmith he was given a receipt, or chit, for the amount of his deposit. Soon these chits were traded in the marketplace at face value; they were more convenient and safer than carrying gold around.
The goldsmith, also a money lender, began to lend out chits instead of his gold. At first, these chits were fully backed by an equivalent amount of gold in his vault. Then it wasn’t long before he cunningly progressed to lending out chits backed by his depositors’ gold â without the depositors’ knowledge or consent. Soon, the devious goldsmith found that he could get away with even more blatant skulduggery.
He noticed that only 10% of his depositors ever turned up to reclaim their gold from his vault. This observation led the audacious goldsmith to lend out 10 times more chits than he actually possessed in gold. That meant that nine tenths of his loans were backed by nothing of value, merely conjured up out of thin air. And if 10% of his depositors ever returned for their gold he would have enough on hand to satisfy their requirements.
Life was suddenly becoming very rosy for the wily goldsmith. By charging interest on non-existing gold he extorted a vast fortune from his clients. Just like modern banking today.
But greed begets greed and it wasn’t long before the avaricious goldsmith began to ponder on a method to loan out chits backed by no gold at all. If he could pull this off he would surely become master of the world. Regrettably, events show that he has indeed pulled it off, and he is indeed master of the world.
It might have begun this way…
The goldsmith purchased some bread and savouries in his local bakery and the bill came to five shillings. He didn’t have cash on him but the baker, knowing he was good for the money, agreed to accept his IOU for 5s. When the miller came to the baker for payment for flour he also agreed to accept the goldsmith’s five shilling IOU in place of cash. And the miller in turn paid the farmer for his wheat with the IOU, and the farmer paid his labourer, and the labourer paid the innkeeper for beer, and so on and on…
The shrewd goldsmith noticed that his IOU never came back to him to be redeemed for five shillings in coin but was accepted and perpetually transmitted as cash by everyone in the community. What had cost the goldsmith nothing but a scrap of paper and ink was exchanged for valuable goods and services by all who accepted it.
In fact, the goldsmith had effectively stolen the labour and the goods of the baker, the miller, the farmer, and the others. He had contributed nothing to the production of wealth in the community but had undeservedly shared in its benefits. In the animal kingdom, such a freeloader would be known as a parasite or bloodsucker. In human terms he would be called a thief.
The goldsmith became excited about his experiment with his IOU. If only he could compel the government to make his IOUs legal tender and force the people to trade exclusively with them he would be wealthy beyond comprehension.
As time went by, the mega-rich goldsmith became even richer and his decadent offspring eventually evolved into the international banksters we know and detest today. Through their immense wealth this criminal banking cabal has come to wield unwarranted control over heavily indebted governments, businesses, and individuals throughout the world.
Sadly, today, the global banksters have finally realized the vile aspirations of the goldsmith â to issue IOUs backed by nothing of value whatsoever, and all with government approval and enforcement. The process took many years of scheming and planning and included strategic goals of infiltrating governments and debasing politicians and the