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Vatican Calls For One World Central Bank – New World Order October 29, 2011

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The Vatican called on Monday for the establishment of a “global public authority” and a “central world bank” to rule over financial institutions that have become outdated and often ineffective in dealing fairly with crises.

A major document from the Vatican’s Justice and Peace department should be music to the ears of the “Occupy Wall Street” demonstrators and similar movements around the world who have protested against the economic downturn.

(What?!? Like a Central World Bank is the answer??

No one believes that except for the ones who stand to become richer from it…) (more…)

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Story of the Rothschilds–The Goldsmiths–Part II July 11, 2011

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By R. D. Bradshaw

1972 – “The Rothschilds” closes at Lunt-Fontanne Theater New York City after 505 performances

Perhaps the most important goldsmith of all time was Mayer Amschel Bauer-Elhanan of Frankfort, Germany in the mid 18th century.  As had been true for ages with his relatives and associates, Mayer decided to change his name to one which would be more useful in deceiving and cheating the local people of Germany.  Mayer chose Rothschild (meaning a red sign or shield).  Thus, the famous international banking house of the Rothschilds came into being.

With his successful banking/goldsmithing business, Mayer was soon ready to branch out.  As he had five sons, he kept one in Frankfurt and sent the other four to other nations to also establish international banks–in London, Paris, Vienna and Naples. Son Nathan went to London and son James went to Paris.  Soon, Mayer and his sons gained fame as being experts in international banking and finance.

Early on, they found that war could be a very profitable business for insiders who controlled one or both of the warring factions.  Consequently, history is full of the stories of how the Rothschild banking dynasty financed both sides in war– (more…)

Understanding Money June 6, 2011

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An understanding of the true nature of money is essential for those seeking economic reforms toward the creation of sustainable societies. People today have more erroneous ideas about money than Victorians had about sex, so please read the following with care.

Let’s begin with the distinction between “legal tender” money which only the government or its agency, the Bank of Canada in the case of Canada, can create, and the “money” created by private banks-and increasingly by “near banks”. If you happen to have a Bank of Canada note, on it you will read the words “This note is legal tender.”

These notes, and checks drawn on the Bank of Canada, are the only legal money in Canada. What that means is that if you owe someone $20 and you give him a $20 bill he is paid and if he refuses payment in this form you are absolved of the debt. By contrast, he does not have to accept your check drawn on a private bank, or even a certified check of a private bank. Money issued by the Bank of Canada is sometimes called “Right of Purchase” money to distinguish it from “Promise to Pay” money created by private banks.

While private banks are in effect creating money out of nothing, they are (ostensibly) providing a (seemingly) important service as their “promise to pay money” is for many purposes safer and more convenient to use and store than actual cash. Furthermore, it costs the banks billions of dollars to maintain the payments system that clears your check back to your account and to keep the necessary records. All those nice, or not so nice, people who work in those banks, deciding who gets a loan and what happens if they can’t pay have to be paid their salaries. Banks also have to pay phone bills, electricity, heat and so on. What they create is intangible, but at the same time very real. Essentially, the bank is substituting its promise to pay-which is accepted as money-for your promise to pay, which is not.

Today only about 4 percent of the money in circulation in Canada is Bank of Canada legal tender. In other words, 96 percent of our money is created by private banks (the Royal Bank and the Bank of Montreal are the most prevalent in this area). In 1945 the Bank of Canada accounted for 27 percent of our money. At that time the bank rate of interest was only 1.5 percent and the Canadian economy boomed.

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O Canada! First Ottawa, Then the World! January 21, 2011

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We Stand On Guard?

Canadians!

I’m writing this now because…  well let’s just say I’m putting my virtual foot down.

I’ve had enough. It’s gone too far now everyone.

This has to end.

We call ourselves ‘free’… but how free are we really? What does ‘free’ mean?

When the nations of Canada and the United States were founded… those Canadians (and Americans) were really free! We are not free in the same way that they were free.

‘Free’ back in those days meant free from taxes… and free from usury. We are not free. The banks extract usury and the government extracts taxes – ultimately to pay the usurers!

The main problem we face today in Canada (as it is in most places) is outside influence and control over the very creation of our monies. The power that should be in the hands of the government (and therefore the people of Canada themselves) has been usurped right under our noses.

That’s all there is to that – and I won’t go into any further here because others have already written extensively on that issue and the info is already out there. What we  must be primarily concerned with now – is taking that power back. If you are honestly unaware of the money situation we now face… I suggest you look into it. (I’ll toss a couple of vids in the comments.)

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