Thursday, December 20, 2012

Biblical Bill of Rights

The “Golden Rule” is the ultimate lawful authority as it describes the bounds of liberty. Should your actions overstep mine then I will be offended. One simple sentence sets the boundaries of civil society.

Anything that violates an individual's rights is wrong. No one but the individual may set the terms of agreement (compensation without coercion.) Any group right is subservient to individual rights.

The majority of people do the right thing because they don't want any trouble. People understand the concept of the Golden Rule from a human perspective. Don't hurt me and I won't hurt you.

Imagine a group of bullies forcing you to do something you do not want to do. Compare this to a group of allies helping you to do whatever you want to do. Does your government assist you?

You cannot have a healthy group unless it is made up of healthy individuals. Government oppression is governmental suicide. Anything that offends the individual offends society at large!

The only rule we need was given to us long ago. Christians understand the concept as does anyone else who is remotely human. The concept isn't just Biblical, it is human nature.

When applied properly, the rule will expose the fallacy of charging interest. Truly sovereign money is a tool created for the benefit of all people, thus no individual or group may charge interest/usury. Who has the right to profit from a national treasure? Foreign bankers? Why?

We the people create the economy based on our own needs. We create the jobs because there are things we need done. Without customers any business will fail. (Government is also a customer...)

So in this one sentence we have both law and economics. There would not be corporations, only companies. Corporations avoid liability by claiming their group rights trump the rights of individuals. Nothing trumps your rights as an individual. Luke 6:31 acknowledges our fundamental right to not be cheated.

No corporations and no interest. That would change the game wouldn't it, Mr. Blankfein?

Monday, August 13, 2012

Wealth versus Money

There is a difference between wealth and money but it is not immediately obvious.

You don't need a nickle to be fabulously wealthy.

Wednesday, July 25, 2012

Perverted Money Creates Odious Debt

The Federal Reserve Note (FRN) is what most people call the US Dollar. It isn't really American money, it's more like a casino chip owned by the same guys that run Monte Carlo (more or less.)

The trouble is, it is the US Dollar that runs the world. In fact, the US Dollar pretty much built the world. Not that the US Dollar acts alone. The same guys that run the casino run all the banks, worldwide with the possible exceptions (though I doubt it) of North Korea and Iran.

Whether you want dollars, euros or yuan, some friendly banker will be happy to make the exchange for a small fee. This seems like a useful service until you remember the same guys run all the banks.

It is the nature of our purported economy to not only create every dollar (or its ilk) as a debt, but to charge compound interest such that every dollar created costs the borrower two - one as repayment and another as profit.

Creating money out of thin air and then charging interest is bad enough, but bankers make loans against collateral. Money is borrowed against wealth, real or imagined. Hopefully, real. So, bankers loan you something unreal against something real. Paying them back (plus interest!) takes real work, too.

If every dollar created demands another dollar in interest, there can never be enough money in the world to pay back all of the debts owed. Since there is never enough money, money must be continually borrowed. Requiring interest on money (created out of thin air) imposes an imbalance on the economic system such that people run around trying to earn money that just does not exist, yet.

Soon enough, someone refinances (as they must) and then someone else can be paid. What if no one refinanced? What if everyone was so broke that they could not refinance? This is what happens when the banks have sucked up so much money that every profit people make from working goes to pay “debts” to bankers. When the principal and interest are more than the world can pay, then what?

We are about to find out. The world is now precisely in the situation I have described above. Worldwide bankruptcy. No one wants to admit this, but watch as things unravel starting with the poorest of people. Countries are going bankrupt and the terms of their loans are much gentler than those suffered by the people themselves. Spain may pay 7% interest but I am told to pay 28%.

The money-changing scam has been going on for centuries but has been refined and legitimatized over the last 100 years or so. In ancient days, usury was forbidden by all three major religions. That is really remarkable. We think of those people as ignorant but it turns out they knew more about money than we do now. Maybe it was the home-schooling. Public schools do not educate the public about money.

So if this system guarantees bankruptcy, why has it been imposed upon the world? Because a very small number of people at (and near) the top benefit unfairly. They control the money and the money comes with hardly any work. Sure, they must keep vigilance of the status quo, but fixing LIBOR, gambling on derivatives and foreclosing on little old ladies is a lot more fun for them than digging a ditch. The people at the top love the way the world works. Most people are blind to all of it.

If the entire corrupt system is funded by perverted money how is any debt a valid debt? The lack of money in circulation demands a continuous stream of refinancing, all of which were coerced.

All debt being coerced, all debt is odious. It's time to evolve beyond usury.

Wednesday, April 11, 2012

Parliament Pwnd

No word yet who did this, but David Icke benefits.

Sunday, March 25, 2012


This video clearly illustrates the absolute power of our psychopathic rulers. We can never collect enough power to challenge them at their own sadistically violent game.

The change you seek is within yourselves They control through the money they print and the interest you allow them to charge for its use. Their power is the simple notion that you accept interest on money. Nothing else really matters to them. They rule through your greed.

Principal < Principal + Interest. Who prints interest?

Tuesday, February 21, 2012

If I Were Greece

People are not countries, of course, but you can understand my confusion after the US Supreme Court ruled corporations are people. Countries are incorporated, after all. It's all very confusing.

However, if I were Greece, if I could make all of the decisions for an entire country, I would do for Greece exactly what I would do for the United States, given the chance.

First of all, the current system is so corrupt that absolutely every contract is in question. Add that to the fact that every contract ever written is likely agreed upon under duress by one side of the contract. The other side usually has the power of law enforce whatever “contract” they write. The world is unfair.

So, basically, nothing the Greeks have agreed to thus far has been fair to them. That should be a given.

Next, of course, the bankers aren't really loaning the Greeks anything at all. They are printing the money out of thin air (over here at the Federal Reserve) and charging interest on smoke and mirrors. Nobody's savings is being tapped, no German has yet to miss a meal for a Greek. Not one meal, yet.

Eventually, the bankers will hit the Euro nations for the Greek dinner bill plus interest. Not that the Greeks will get to eat, much. A few months respite is all they can hope for until the bankers return with more demands for more interest.

The Greeks are already so “austere” people are starving. This “bailout” just means more cuts for the people while Greek banks fix their balance sheets. Same as here, folks.

A deal under usury is never fair. Usury is interest. Interest is cheating. Are you understanding, yet?

Look, there have been books written on using other people's money (credit) to leverage your ideas but they only work for some people (or countries.) Overall, most people have to “lose” leverage because bankers insist upon being paid exorbitant fees (interest) for their trivial services. They create money against your collateral and credit. Collecting payments is the hardest part, but that's outsourced.

The money only they may create is how bankers shape their world. They own the courts, the educational system, the entertainment industry and nearly all of the top corporations. The same people sit on the boards of multiple companies. Their families now rule over ours by the right of compound interest. Money just multiplies money for these people – but someone has to foot the bill and that's us.

Everything these criminals do is not only legal, but moral and honest according to their beliefs.

Greece should just press RESET. All deals reopened to negotiation, interest free. All interest outlawed. Of course, the Drachma would work as a good name for interest-free units of exchange.

Really, Greece should just close their borders and trade amongst themselves in sovereign money. They showed us democracy thousands of years ago, perhaps the Greeks still have something to teach us.