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Hiding in Plain Sight: The One-World System
Olive Tree Ministries - Email ^ | August 10, 2010 | Heidi Swander

Posted on 08/11/2010 4:10:12 PM PDT by Iam1ru1-2

"On April 2, 2009, the work of July 4, 1776 was nullified at the meeting of the G-20 in London." So begins an article written by author and commentator Dick Morris on April 7, 2009, titled, "European Socialism to Run Our Financial System." According to Morris, a communiqué from the meeting "essentially announces a global economic union with uniform regulations and by-laws for all nations, including the United States." Please note: This took place last year.

This new financial state-of-being was confirmed in a statement made by Jean-Claude Trichet, president of the European Central Bank, in a speech he made to the Council on Foreign Relations earlier this year. He said, "For the good and appropriate functioning of global finance it is extremely important that we, in this new ownership of global governance, have -- particularly on both sides of the Atlantic -- the implementation of the same rules in the same fashion."

Do not miss this. Do not tune me out. This is vital information. The global, one-world economy is being discussed by a top-level world banker as a done deal. And notice that this statement is made in the context of global governance. Sometimes when we hear words in the news like "economic," "G-20," "Council on Foreign Relations," we tune it out thinking, "That's way over my head," or "This isn't relevant to my life." We couldn't be more wrong.

The Apostle John wrote of a one-world economy in his letter to the seven churches, Revelation. The one-world economy is one facet of the antichrist's short-lived world dictatorship. According to President Jean-Claude Trichet, this particular facet is in place. Were you aware of this?

During his speech, President Trichet said the central bankers are presently in "an intense phase of discussion" about how to implement what the G-20 already resolved last year. I'm sure they are! Can you imagine a group of men -- elitists though they may be -- trying to determine the direction in which to take the whole world economically? A daunting task.

One necessary subject of this discussion must be currency. Does the world use one currency? A basket of currencies? No currency; only credit?

Morrison Bonpasse, president of the , says, "It is now time to seriously pursue the goal of a Single Global Currency as managed by a Global Central Bank within a Global Monetary Union."

Carl Teichrib, in his masterful article, "One World, One Money: The Quest for a Single Global Currency," (an essential read) asks, "What would a Global Central Bank look like?" And then he responds, "The closest comparison we can make today is The Bank for International Settlements, an impermeable institution based in Basil, Switzerland."

When Brannon Howse filled in on radio for Jan July 10, he spent an hour explaining this financial behemoth in Basil, Switzerland called The Bank of International Settlements (BIS). The BIS is the central banker's bank. It loans to other central banks around the world. (Each country has its own central bank. An example is the European Central Bank. America's "central bank" is the fallacious Federal Reserve.)

Brannon went on to explain that according to historian Carroll Quigley, in his book Tragedy and Hope, the BIS was actually the apex of a proposed structure that would "create a world system of financial control in private hands able to dominate the political system of each country and the economy of the world as a whole." (I can't recommend this hour with Brannon Howse highly enough. Get a paper and pen -- better, sit at your computer. Take notes.)

Check it out: "Able to dominate the political system of each country . . ." What would you call that kind of power? I'd call it a one-world government. Interestingly, Teichrib quotes from a 2003 lecture by Columbia University Professor of Economics Robert Mundell titled, "The International Monetary System and the Case for a World Currency", in which Mundell states, "A global single currency could not be achieved without a global government."

And so the two are intertwined. A one-world government requires a global single currency. A global single currency (and the correlating one-world economy) cannot be achieved without a one-world government. And, according to Dick Morris and President Jean-Claude Trichet, we have a one-world economy. (The icing on the cake is that the one-world religion is moving full-steam ahead. Jan and Carl Teichrib discussed this on her show on July 31st, hour 1.

In his indispensable book,Grave Influence (if you haven't yet read it, you must!), Brannon quotes further from Dick Morris' 2009 article: "The Europeans have been trying to get their hands on our financial system for decades. It is essential to them that they rein in free enterprise so that their socialist heaven will not be polluted by vices such as the profit motive."

And then Brannon, himself, continues, "The developments in Europe represent what I believe is the revived Roman Empire predicted in Daniel 2:41-43 . . . We are now watching the fulfillment of Scripture as Europe increases and America decreases."

So, you tell me: Is this relevant to your life? You bet it is! I realize that it's not exactly as you hear it in the news every day. You may hear many of these terms, but it's all presented in such a way that one yawns in boredom. However, as Brannon mentioned on Jan's program, this is not a conspiracy. It's in process right out in the open for anyone to see and know who will simply read and listen with discernment and a Bible in one hand. The entire one-world system is being constructed right under our noses. We must sit up and pay attention!

What does this mean for us, practically speaking? I think Jesus said it best: "Now when these things begin to happen, look up and lift up your heads, because your redemption draws near" (Luke 21:28). Amen!

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TOPICS: Constitution/Conservatism; Crime/Corruption; Foreign Affairs; Government
KEYWORDS: 666; oneworldgovernment

1 posted on 08/11/2010 4:10:14 PM PDT by Iam1ru1-2
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To: Iam1ru1-2

Great post. Too serious and too intense to be a popular topic, but we are headed towards serious peril.

Tim Geithner already said he supports what is being called the “IMF SPECIAL DRAWING RIGHTS”. Created in 1969, rarely used, but as we head towards One World Govt., courtesy of Global Bankers, it is SDR that has now 1 TRILLION in reserves to “rescue” European and world economies.

Another point to note that I made on another thread as well is that FEDS had decided they are not going to be disclosing the money supply details to us anymore.

Gold keeps going up.

If you put it all together, only conclusion is that Dollar would have to be DEVALUED, which is a requisite stepping stone for Global Currency.

Some sort of Financial-Pearl-Harbor type event would be needed which would get masses to go along with the scheme.


2 posted on 08/11/2010 4:28:33 PM PDT by True_Kon
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To: Iam1ru1-2

The one-world government prophesied in Scripture is nearly here, and the Anti-Christ is waiting in the wings. If you are not yet God’s child by adoption through the blood of Christ, take action soon or be prepared for seven years of hell on earth.


3 posted on 08/11/2010 4:29:39 PM PDT by beethovenfan (If Islam is the solution, the "problem" must be freedom.)
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To: beethovenfan

Except for the whole revelations thing, what exactly is so bad about the idea of one world government? It seems like a natural progression towards efficiency. Hasn’t the USA agruably been better off as a nation rather than as 50 individual nations? I guess it’s all about who’s going to be in charge...


4 posted on 08/11/2010 4:45:22 PM PDT by AndrewB (FUBO)
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To: True_Kon
"Dollar would have to be DEVALUED, which is a requisite stepping stone for Global Currency."

Why? What is the relationship here?

5 posted on 08/11/2010 4:47:51 PM PDT by TopQuark
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To: TopQuark

Even today, FED printed more paper to buy its own paper. You can’t infinitely print the money and get something real for it. Foreigners are less and less inclined to buy US securities, as not only their return is low due to massive printing of dollars, they also don’t deem this printing sustainable. When you can’t BORROW anymore, your only choice to print and print some more.

Ground work in last G20 was already laid with Brazil, India, China and Russia having larger prportions of their currency being used by IMF. Those are where the IMF SDRs are coming from.

Globalist don’t care because they own IMF too. They simply care about breaking down International Barriers, and one world Govt, and one world currency. ONLY way that can happen is that if US Dollar LOSES its RESERVE CURRENCY status. It would STILL be part of BASKET OF CURRENCIES, but not same as the benefit we have now.

In additon current DEFICITS are absolutely not sustaiable. Only way to have a chance to close that gap is DEVALUATION. Help exports, discourages imports, thus a way to lower deficits. Game China and other Countries have played often.

In conjunction with no manufacturing base, and SERVICE ECONOMY entirely reliant on borrowing or printing money, it would lead to a historical debacle.


6 posted on 08/11/2010 5:04:03 PM PDT by True_Kon
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To: True_Kon

You are explaining why inflation is the likely outcome of the current economic situation. This has nothing to do, however, with one-world government or “global currency” that the leftists propose. The current and future values of the dollar are a function of the current and future states of the economy, respectively, and the Fed policy.


7 posted on 08/11/2010 5:10:09 PM PDT by TopQuark
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To: TopQuark

True if Fed was independent of Globalist movement.

Guess who got the 2 Trillion dollars we handed them as Bailout? Central Bankers in other countries. When they asked Bernanke who you gave the money to, said I won’t say, it would stigmatize other banks.

Force behind one world Govt. and global currency are not community organizing losers. They are the puppets that carry out the agenda. Something like that is beyond their scope. They are patsies for people to hate and vent against and take the blame.

As I said, Geithner recently said, we are open to SDR drawing rights now backed by Chinise/Brazilian/Indian/Russian currencies. Iran is trading oil in Euros.

The current economic policy is ACCELERATING the devaluation of dollar and they are doing nothing to prevent it.

Only other way a single currency can be achieved for whole world is if Dollar itself was given that status. That won’t fly. They need something new.

However, it probably not going to happen for a while. Before all that NAU (North American Union) has to become an established entity. Same goes for African and Asian Unions. Then they would think about one currency.

We have time to fight back, but they have put the stucture in place to bring it about.


8 posted on 08/11/2010 5:17:10 PM PDT by True_Kon
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To: AndrewB

In a one world government, the US’s wealth and resources will be redistributed to the 3rd world. Do you think the rest of world would allow us to keep what we have? Our standard of living would decline and we would become no different than the average African or South American country. Think about the US’s experience with the UN. We pay for it and host it, and the rest of the members condemn us and want more money. One world government would be the UN on steroids.


9 posted on 08/11/2010 6:17:07 PM PDT by Padams
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To: Padams

Don’t know you personally, and agree with your statements, however this concern will be the least..the First: Where will you spend eternity?


10 posted on 08/11/2010 7:33:54 PM PDT by JSDude1
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To: Iam1ru1-2

Great post!


11 posted on 08/11/2010 7:35:28 PM PDT by Abigail Adams
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To: Iam1ru1-2

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12 posted on 08/11/2010 8:34:50 PM PDT by phockthis
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To: JSDude1

I already have the eternity thing worked out. Thanks for asking.


13 posted on 08/12/2010 12:51:19 PM PDT by Padams
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To: True_Kon
You seem to have decided not to have a discussion and merely enunciate all of your grievances regarding the Fed. I struggle to see how anything in your post is related to your previous or my posts. For instance:

"Guess who got the 2 Trillion dollars we handed them as Bailout? Central Bankers in other countries. "

This is also factually incorrect. It is true that foreign banks have benefited from the bailout, but those were not Central Banks.

Moreover, one must understand what is meant by "foreign" companies. It usually refers to the country of formation (incorporation), which has legal implications but none of the socio-economic ones. BP, for instance, is incorporated in Britain and has 40 million shareholders there. But it has 39 million shareholders in the U.S. and employs twice as many Americans as Brits. It is clearly an American company in terms of its socio-economic impact. The same is true for the banks.

In order to direct your anger correctly, you should at least know the world around you. As it stands your emotions are entirely unsupported by facts or logic. Your accusations are nothing but defamation, and it is saddening to see a supposed conservative engaging in it without any reservation.

14 posted on 08/12/2010 2:42:16 PM PDT by TopQuark
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To: True_Kon
"The current economic policy is ACCELERATING the devaluation of dollar and they are doing nothing to prevent it."

True, but this has nothing to do with the issue being discussed. Do you even attempt to connect your thoughts with what is being discussed? Not everything you know is relevant on a particular day, my friend.

Sorry, but I have no time have an open-ended discussion of the Fed policy. The thread was much smaller in scope.

15 posted on 08/12/2010 2:46:06 PM PDT by TopQuark
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To: TopQuark

I believe the part I didn’t verbalize clearly is that ALL CENTRAL BANKS are INTERNATIONAL by nature and connected. It is their desire to have ONE Global Bank and Governement. I tried to present as proof that stimulus that was begotten in name of keeping the Capital flow alive in the nation, was IMMIDIATELY shipped out to other Central Banks, and Bernanke had NO trouble admitting to Congress when he was questioned by Alan Grayson.

That is the CONNECTION I am making. You can’t have global currency unless dollar loses its status as reserve currency. In order for that to happen, economic chaos has to be precede it, and the current policy is making sure we do end up in that direction.

To make it even more clear, the One world Govt. elites, and on purpose adopting policies that would lead to collapse of dollar, eradication of American middle class, so they can infact impose their will. Without bringing America down, their goals simply can not be achieved.

So you wanted to know what is the connection between destruction of dollar and NWO......there I laid it out for you.

You can always limit the scope to one small issue and many times that is correct way of approaching things.

However, if you are going to talk about destruction of Dollar, you can not have that discussion properly unless you understand WHY someone would want that.

On personal note, it is so much nicer to engage in conversation with someone who doesn’t engage in name calling and personal insults. Thankyou.


16 posted on 08/12/2010 3:06:41 PM PDT by True_Kon
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To: TopQuark

Speaking of scope, the article is about NEW WORLD ORDER - That is as big a scope as it gets.

If you fail to make the connection between NWO and FED POLICY, then it is my personal failure to make it clear to you, and it is failure of people like me in general who are opposed to NWO.

FED and NWO they are two sides of same coin. Hope that is clear enough.


17 posted on 08/12/2010 3:13:45 PM PDT by True_Kon
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To: True_Kon
I understand your objective much better now.

"However, if you are going to talk about destruction of Dollar, you can not have that discussion properly unless you understand WHY someone would want that."

As I am sure you know, establishing causality requires more than covariation of the putative cause and effect. The dollar has been strong under the Fed, and it has been weak. It is a macroeconomic dictum that weak economies must have weak currencies. Our economy is weak, and the dollar is weak accordingly. The poor state of the economy is thus not only an alternative but a more immediate explanand of the weakness dollar (recall the proximity of cause and effect). No need for conspiracy theories.

I would appreciate a reference to the exact quote regarding the supposed transfer of money to foreign Central Banks.

P.S. My purpose was not to insult you but to attract your attention that the statements you've made are at odds with both logic and morality. If you reread those posts you'll find that I've never characterized you as a person but your statements. However unpleasant they may have been to read, I did not intend to insult you in any way.

18 posted on 08/12/2010 3:17:17 PM PDT by TopQuark
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To: TopQuark

I took no offense.

I am actually at work, (yes, slacking), but perhaps you can search YOUTUBE for Alan Grayson and Ben Bernanke.

I WILL invest time at some point to try and get that WHOLE EXCHANGE because it is something every American should watch.

It is true that Dollar is up and then it is down. However, it is also true, since 1913, by various cycles of INFLATION and DEFLATION, dollar is officially worth 4 cents compared to its original value.

When money supply is being increased at LOGRITHMIC rate, to the point that now they don’t even want to disclose what they are injecting, it is simple common sense that overall the direction is down.

There is a REASON why FEDS bought their own paper yesterday, they can’t pressure/fool/intimidate/trick enough foreing buyers. They have been eating their own puke for a while now.

In addition, Chinese did not appreciate that MOODY is the one that gets rate everyone’s assets. They started their own rating agency, and first act of that agency was to rate US credit rating from AAA to AA.

Furthermore, there are numerous article easily found that not just us, but the whole WORLD is concerned about US printing money at insane pace.

Thus the push amongst other G20 Countries to trade oil and dother commodities against BASKET of currencies, instead of dollar.

SO point is that to say today economy is weak, so dollar is weak, and tomorrow it will rise as economy recovers.....sure it will rise against other currencies, but OVERALL its true value is declining and thus INFLATION or HYPERINFLATION that you mentioned above.


19 posted on 08/12/2010 3:25:47 PM PDT by True_Kon
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To: TopQuark

Here you go.

There are many many more videos of testimony.

Please do find some time it is worthy cause.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n0NYBTkE1yQ

Cheers!


20 posted on 08/12/2010 3:31:08 PM PDT by True_Kon
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To: TopQuark

Here, this exchange is EVEN BETTER, because here Bernanke says POINT BLANK - I won’t tell you who got 2.2 Trillion dollars, but it is clear it was given to foreing banks.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kyl8c91qPbw


21 posted on 08/12/2010 3:35:01 PM PDT by True_Kon
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To: True_Kon
As expected, you completely misunderstood what you heard. The money to Central Banks was not a bailout, and was not a part of TARP bailout. It is a currency swap, which was beneficial to us because it brought down interest rates and, even more importantly, fluctuations in interest rates. This actually strengthened the dollar.

Moreover, the money transferred is not a handout but a loan, on which we Americans receive interest.

Again, this is not a bailout and is not a part of TARP.

22 posted on 08/12/2010 4:16:23 PM PDT by TopQuark
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To: True_Kon
"Here, this exchange is EVEN BETTER,"

Not at all: they are not even comparable because this exchange is about a completely different action. Once again you drew a very strong and condemning conclusion about something but you don't know what it is. "because here Bernanke says POINT BLANK - I won’t tell you who got 2.2 Trillion dollars,"

Correct, it would be irresponsible for him to identify the banks.

"but it is clear it was given to foreing banks."

I have addressed this issue already. Is BP an American or a foreign company? It is a very, very American company that is foreign only for the purpose of legal issues.

Bernanke has actually answered the question: any bank that is accredited for access to the discount window --- hence an American bank. Yes, this includes DeuthcheBank, and Barclay's.

You have worked yourself up over nothing at all. It would be easier to ask questions (long ago) and understand the issue better.

23 posted on 08/12/2010 4:22:23 PM PDT by TopQuark
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To: True_Kon
"It is true that Dollar is up and then it is down. However, it is also true, since 1913, by various cycles of INFLATION and DEFLATION, dollar is officially worth 4 cents compared to its original value."

Inflation and deflation occurred everywhere, including the Roman Empire, ever since the Lydians introduced coined money into this world. You make it sound as if it were created by the Fed and if those cycles did not exist if there were no Fed. No offense, but this is nonsense.

"When money supply is being increased at LOGRITHMIC rate,"

What does this mean? The money supply is increased, but in a cyclical fashion. Did you mean the trend? And, did you mean exponential rather than logarithmic?

"to the point that now they don’t even want to disclose what they are injecting,"

False. Once again you false accuse someone. All this is published, even the minutes of their meetings are public knowledge. You are not going to stop, are you? You just routinely engage in defamation without any regret or apology. And then you wonder when I point out that this is highly immoral and patently unAmerican?

"it is simple common sense that overall the direction is down."

Once again, it would help if you decided for yourself first what the discussion is about. It is an empirical fact that dollar's value trends downward. But this is not in any way evidence of some efforts towards world government.

You should also be aware that speaking of inflation without regard to anything else is fallacious. Any idiot can hold the dollar constant, but that would lead to greater unemployment and lesser output. It has been shown that moderate inflation stimulates growth of the economy --- even AFTER adjustment for the falling dollar. The (difficult) task is to manage it at a modest growth. For instance, Greenspan could easily decrease the money supply in the 1990s, but we would never have that spectacular decade of growth. Even after the costly burst of the bubble in 2001 we were still better off.

Again, please understand the issue faced by someone (the Fed) before judging the actions taken.

I am sorry, but I will not be posting here any longer. This is not a discussion. I have provided sufficient material for you to have doubt in your accusations (although the burden to provide evidence was on you). You do not ask any questions, nor do you reason. You just throw around accusations about things you don't understand. There is no point in repeating that this is immoral -- you clearly don't care. I see no point also in debunking the your ever increasing list of completely disconnected accusations of the Fed. You have already decided that they are guilty and are now reaching for the straws to "prove" your point. This is not a discussion.

Have a good night.

24 posted on 08/12/2010 4:43:32 PM PDT by TopQuark
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To: TopQuark

No, you misunderstand the danger you are facing.

You are trying to equate BP to Central Bank.

That is either misdirection or misunderstanding.

BP doesn’t issue currency, and we know who owns them and who runs them, and they don’t impact the entire economy.

Central Bankers even refuse to identify themselves, and who they work with.

BP can not start inflation and deflation cycle like Central Bankers have, and they have done so for centuries, and once they got right to issue currency for US, they have been doing it to us ever since, and have SYSTEMATICALLY bankrupted the country, but continue to expand their own influence.

If you would bother to do a bit more search on how Central Bankers impact us and the world, you would find they are NOT some benign publicly traded company.

They hide behind the guise of oh we just made bad policy. In the end their mistakes seem to ALWAYS HAVE ONE DESIRED RESULT - eradicating nation states, bankrupting treasury, and pushing us more and more towards One World Governtment and World Bank.

The present CAREFULLY CRAFTED CRISIS - the end result is Dollar is weakened, Country bankrupted, other currencies now close to replacing dollar as reserve currency, IMF SDRs replacing dollars for most cases with other currencies or completely new currency.

EU is not my imagination. NAU is not either.

You have a right to trust Bernanke and FEDs, but even breif examination of even HOW THEY CAME about and the Policies they have adopted, the devious nature of all their transactions, and no one in their sane mind can assume these are harmless people who just happen to make mistakes that unfortunately have bankrupted us.

Even our GOLD is being held is Collatteral. You can search eveidence on that as well.

Why haven’t they EVER been audited?

Again, you can try to make them out to be harmless people, but anyone who spends even a little time searching would know they are infact the One World Globalists, who are busy brining about their stated mission.

How I know that? Spend some time and find out who David Rockerfeller is. What Bilderberg group is. Why Bernanke and Greenspan and all of them attend that meeting regularly. Those Elites have stated it clearly they want One World Govt. then why is Federal Reserve Chairmen tied so closely to them.

I choose not to look away. You can choose what you want.


25 posted on 08/12/2010 4:46:36 PM PDT by True_Kon
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To: True_Kon
"You are trying to equate BP to Central Bank. That is either misdirection or misunderstanding."

No, once again the misunderstanding is entirely yours.

1. You have misunderstood that loan to Central Banks and the bailout of banks are two different actions. The explanations of those must therefore be different, and I gave you both.

2. It bothered you that the money "was given" to Central Banks. It was not. It was a loan; we are getting interest on it, and we'll get back the principal.

3. It bothered you also that the bailout money --- not to Central banks --- but to commercial, privately owned banks --- was given to foreign banks. Firstly, that was also a loan. Secondly, as I explained earlier, those banks are foreign for the purpose of legal actions. For the purpose of economics, any bank that has access to the discount window is an American bank --- just as BP is an American company. Nowhere did I equate BP and a Central Bank or even spoke of them in the same sentence. This mess exists only in your head.

Please read and think before you reply --- this is just basic manners one follows in a discussion.

26 posted on 08/12/2010 4:54:38 PM PDT by TopQuark
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To: TopQuark

It is funny you don’t know what Money Supply is, but you are sure FEDs are just like BP.

Money supply is how many dollar FED prints and dishes it out at rate that they come up with.

Greenspan doubled it in 3 years. Bernanke in 2 years.

The housing bubble doesn’t exist if they don’t print dollars and hand them out at 1%.

But why would they do that? Because they made a mistake?

They have to start inflationary cycle, and then all of a sudden turn the pipe off and begin the collapse. Once the assets crash, then they can pick up what ever they want, at dirt cheap, and then they begin the cycle again. They destroy EVERY currency where they deploy these tactics.

Thomas Jefferson knew that - Enjoy this quote:

“I believe that banking institutions are more dangerous to our liberties than standing armies … If the American people ever allow private banks to control the issue of their currency, first by inflation, then by deflation, the banks and corporations that will grow up around [the banks] will deprive the people of all property until their children wake-up homeless on the continent their fathers conquered. The issuing power should be taken from the banks and restored to the people, to whom it properly belongs.”

(Thomas Jefferson, 1743-1826)

You who would have said, Mr. Jefferson, you have worked up yourself, these guys are just like any other TEA company.

FEDS couldn’t do this what they do to us, if they didn’t have people like you. If everyone called them on their policies, we wouldn’t be in the position we are in - bankrupted, controlled, losing our remaining rights and freedoms.


27 posted on 08/12/2010 4:57:30 PM PDT by True_Kon
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To: True_Kon
"How I know that? Spend some time and find out who David Rockerfeller is. What Bilderberg group is. Why Bernanke and Greenspan and all of them attend that meeting regularly. "

You should've started with that. As expected, you are a conspiracy theorist. It's easier than opening a book on ecoomics. People like you are what Lenin called "useful idiots" in the hands of the very same elites you are raging against. Learn the basics of economics. See the rebuttals of the nonseniscal accusations by knowledgeable people. And only then make your conclusion. As it stands, your views are based on ignorance, and you fight against a nonexistent enemy as a result. Which is a pity, because it is the socialists at your door that are a real enemy, not an imaginary conspiracy of "Jewish bankers" and Rockefeller.

28 posted on 08/12/2010 4:59:04 PM PDT by TopQuark
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To: TopQuark

We are getting interest? FEDs are getting interest. If we were getting interest then you would think we would at least have the right to know FROM WHOM? Why can’t we know from whom are we getting these interest?

Hey America, don’t worry, 2.2trillion dollars that we PRINTED has been given to other central bankers. We just diluted your currency to save our bretheren in other countries. But don’t worry, you are getting interest. LOL.

We can’t tell you who, because it will “stigmatize” them, but we are. Just trust us.

Don’t worry that inflate and deflate, always have always will, but your money is safe with us.

Yep. No problem.


29 posted on 08/12/2010 5:12:56 PM PDT by True_Kon
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To: TopQuark

No, I can read. Pick up David Rockerfeller’s book, study about what CFR is, what their stated goals in their own books are, and then look around the world.

Is EU a conspirator’s imaginaton? LOL.

Is NAU? The agreement we signed, North American Prosperity or something, that is infact beginning of accomplishing in North America, what was acheived in EU.

Has not every single President, every single global elite REPEATEDLY stated the desire and move towards NEW WORLD ORDER? Are you deaf or you choose not to hear those words?

The non-existent enemy has bankrupted us.

We fight to bring them into existence.

Only ones that don’t exist are the names of people who own FED.


30 posted on 08/12/2010 5:20:57 PM PDT by True_Kon
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To: beethovenfan
"If you are not yet God’s child by adoption through the blood of Christ, take action soon or be prepared for seven years of hell on earth."

A BIG AMEN TO THAT!!!

31 posted on 08/12/2010 11:09:05 PM PDT by Iam1ru1-2 (If a lie will be believed if it's repeated enough times, how much more the truth!!)
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To: AndrewB
"I guess it’s all about who’s going to be in charge..."

You've heard the saying: "power currupts, and absolute power corrupts absolutely". How would you like to live in a world where one person or a few people will direct everyone's life and you have no place to escape from it when they ultimately become corrupt? When a person is given that much power, do you really think he will not become corrupt? The ONLY person I would trust to be a one world leader is JESUS CHRIST - GOD THE SON - PERFECT - IMMORTAL - JUST - RIGHTEOUS - HOLY - LOVING - KIND - EQUITABLE - MERCIFUL - JUST - GRACIOUS - FORGIVING - ALL POWERFUL

32 posted on 08/12/2010 11:15:19 PM PDT by Iam1ru1-2 (If a lie will be believed if it's repeated enough times, how much more the truth!!)
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To: TopQuark

Have you not heard of the principle of supply and demand?


33 posted on 08/12/2010 11:19:03 PM PDT by Iam1ru1-2 (If a lie will be believed if it's repeated enough times, how much more the truth!!)
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To: Iam1ru1-2
"Have you not heard of the principle of supply and demand? "

Yes. And the connection with my post is what exactly?

34 posted on 08/13/2010 2:03:40 PM PDT by TopQuark
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