Will You Be Able to Access the Cash in Your Bank Account in the Near Future?


Hello everyone!

My friend invited me to read this article on current trends in the US Banking sector that can happen any day now.  Craig R. Smith another forthright economic analyst shares his take on the current state of the US Banking system.  Craig is basically saying that, the US Government is going to confiscate your money via Presidential Executive order.  How do you feel about this information.

Edward Reidhead

Securing A SAFE Future You Can Bank On!

Shocking New Book Exposes The Unsafe World of 21st Century Banking
DMB By DAVID BRADSHAW, Publisher, Idea Factory Press

20 Economic Predictions Come True Since 2010
DON’T BANK ON IT! book Offers 20 New Warnings!

INTRODUCTION

When it comes to financial matters, who can you really trust?

On 9.16.14 the most important financial book of the year: DON’T BANK ON IT! THE UNSAFE WORLD OF 21st CENTURY BANKING by Craig R. Smith and Lowell Ponte was officially released – which predicts your bank account may be hit by any of 20 major threats – dangers that daily news headlines are already reflecting, such as…

* The Cyber-Terror Bank Bailout: You on the HookBloomberg
* Banks’ Failure Plans Inadequate Say RegulatorsABC News
* US Banks Braced for Trillion Dollar OutflowsFinancial Times
* G20 Edging Towards Deal on ‘Bail-in’ For BanksReuters
* In Banks We Used To TrustMarketwatch

In fact, authors Smith and Ponte had to keep updating this earthshaking new 256-page book because their amazing predictions kept coming true coming true as printing day neared!

Most of today’s so-called economic “experts” offer plenty of financial market predictions, yet no accountability later on. We think the best test is how accurate an economist or expert has been in the past.

Here are 20 predictions Craig and Lowell have made over the last five years. Another 20 sober new warnings for the next five years can be found in DON’T BANK ON IT!


1. Beginning with their 2010 book CRASHING THE DOLLAR, monetary expert Craig R. Smith and veteran think tank futurist Lowell Ponte warned that vast government economic stimulus spending would not only fail – but would also be an “anti-stimulus” (page 182) that made things worse, not better.

CTD As they predicted, the stimulus caused fear and an expectation of high inflation that frightened businesspeople out of hiring and investing. This made the economy worse.

Keynesian economists in the White House predicted that huge stimulus by printing trillions would produce $1.50 in growth for every dollar they conjured out of thin air.

Years later, the results are that each stimulus dollar generated only 29 cents’ worth of growth, a waste of 71 cents per dollar, showing that Craig and Lowell’s “anti-stimulus” prediction was absolutely right on the money. (See THE GREAT DEBASEMENT, pp. 115-116)

2. In CRASHING THE DOLLAR, Craig and Lowell also warned of the coming bulldozing of homes and economic madness in Detroit (p.52); of the economic peril of the “dark matter” of the “money universe,” hundreds of trillions of dollars’ worth of derivatives (pp. 100-103), and of how America’s “life-or-death long-term bet” that we could turn China capitalist “before we transferred enough wealth to make it militarily superior to us” appears to be a losing wager (p. 23).

3. Craig and Lowell in CRASHING THE DOLLAR also warned that President Obama was a threat to use the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) as a political weapon (pp. 125-126), a prediction that proved to be chillingly accurate as two years later the IRS had targeted conservative and tea party 501(c)3 organizations.

4. In their 2011 book THE INFLATION DECEPTION, Craig and Lowell warned that a withholding of services by America’s overtaxed producers was coming – not unlike the strike depicted in Ayn Rand’s novel ATLAS SHRUGGED. Companies were keeping $3 Trillion overseas, beyond the reach of U.S. tax collectors (p. 58), and what today we call “tax inversions” were soon to begin.

TID 5. They predicted that the mere existence of a Big Government political party able to win control in any election produces a “Donkey Effect,” a drag that reduces business confidence and investment by roughly 25 percent (pp. 197-198, 201-202).

6. Craig and Lowell explained the genetic basis for American Exceptionalism in a specific “entrepreneurial” gene more common in those who chose to come here than is found elsewhere. This gene predisposes us to seek religious and economic freedom. They predicted that this raises our risk of stress-related diseases such as hypertension and cancer as Progressives turn America into the kind of Big Government society our ancestors fled to come here. Craig and Lowell warned that this same gene that made America successful is now, under Progressive Big Government, disproportionately killing the descendants of American pioneers. (p. 131-136).

7. The Federal Reserve, warned Craig and Lowell, is rapidly becoming a Fourth Branch of Government and the planner and regulator of our entire economy…an odd role for an entity supposedly created to keep politics out of monetary policy (pp. 54-55).

8. Fed policies, they warned, are crowding out small businesses from access to loans, and diverting those loans at rock bottom interest rates to government itself (p. 27).

9. Craig and Lowell were the first popular economics writers to point to evidence that several hundred billion dollars in foreign money used in “bear raids” against American banks were a key trigger of the near-collapse of the U.S. economy in 2008 (p. 28-31).

10. They explained how America had become an “Inflatocracy”, with a government of, by, and for inflation, a hidden tax (p. 189).

TGD 11. In their 2012 book THE GREAT DEBASEMENT, Craig and Lowell noted the emerging paradox that the stock market now goes up on bad news in the economy and down on good news. This is because all that now matters in the stock exchange casino is whether events will force the Federal Reserve to keep conjuring more trillions of paper dollars out of thin air. Stocks no longer have much to do with how well companies make or sell products (pp. 21-22).

12. Government stimulus policies, predicted Craig and Lowell, would henceforth produce not only a “multiplier effect” but also a “divider effect” by more heavily taxing some to buy the votes of others (pp. 85-86, 115-117).

13. They predicted more and more terrifying Middle Eastern and other terrorism that could involve the damage caused to global banking by EMP (Electro-Magnetic Pulse) devastation of computerized bank records (pp. 175-178).

14. Craig and Lowell predicted that in the emerging “cashless society” the government will impose an automatic 20 percent tax on every transaction (pp. 220-221).

15. And they predict the possible emergence of a new gold-based Islamic coin and other challengers to the world’s paper currencies, including today’s “global reserve currency,” the U.S. Dollar (pp. 246-249).

16. In their 2013 book THE GREAT WITHDRAWAL, Craig and Lowell foresee that we live in a time that will continue to bring many great withdrawals (p. 224):

(a) Americans renouncing their citizenship in record numbers;

TGW (b) “American companies…moving their operations overseas via foreign corporate partners” to avoid sky-high American taxes;

(c) Americans withdrawing from high-tax states such as California to low-tax states such as Texas;

(d) Unionized public employees withdrawing from their unions;

(e) Americans withdrawing from the workforce altogether;

(f) Savers withdrawing from bank accounts and bonds funds in what looks like a slow-motion bank run.

(g) Germany attempting (unsuccessfully) to withdraw their gold on deposit with the New York Federal Reserve Bank.

(h) Voters withdrawing their support from both major political parties;

(i) The Federal Reserve withdrawing gradually from its most recent economic stimulus program.

17. Craig and Lowell in this 2013 book also predict that an inflation tsunami is coming (p. 129), and that our government will continue to be a “Crisisocracy”, creating and exploiting crises to control and silence Americans (pp. 130-131, 137-138).

18. In their stunning fifth book together, DON’T BANK ON IT! THE UNSAFE WORLD OF 21st CENTURY BANKING, Craig R. Smith and Lowell Ponte predict that your bank account may be hit by any of 20 major threats (pp. 215-219).

Each one of these 20 perils is its own prediction, and most have already begun to come true in various ways.

Jesse James today would probably be unable to rob your bank, but they reveal that you might have trouble getting what you think of as your own money out of your bank, too.

The risks Craig and Lowell reveal are often amazing and always eye-opening.

You could lose your banked money to one of 125,000 Chinese cyber-warriors half a world away; to greedy banksters; or to rapacious spendaholic politicians who desperately need ever-more revenue to keep expanding the welfare state.

19. Your bank account exists only in a bank computer, not a bank safe, and is being robbed systematically right now.

20. Banking (as we know it) will soon die, Craig and Lowell predict, as will our old notions of money. The dawning “cashless society” and “Internet of Things” that are taking over will be convenient, costly, and risky. You might soon even be robbed via computer chips built into your next refrigerator, Craig and Lowell predict.

Seize this opportunity to receive a FREE review e-copy of DON’T BANK ON IT! THE UNSAFE WORLD OF 21st CENTURY BANKING. Call 800-289-2646 or Register here.

Your bank account is systematically being robbed, and is at serious risk of being seized and looted. How much interest is your bank paying you to put your money at such risk? Less Than Zero Percent!

Monetary expert Craig R. Smith and futurist Lowell Ponte show why it has become illogical – and hazardous to your wealth – to trust your money to today’s increasingly vulnerable and unsafe banks.

Get Your FREE e-copy of DON’T BANK ON IT! THE UNSAFE WORLD OF 21st CENTURY BANKING TODAY! (A $20 value!)

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Usurious Returns on Phantom Money: The Credit Card Gravy Train


Usurious Returns on Phantom Money: The Credit Card Gravy Train

Hello Everyone!

It’s great to post again.  Here is a very interesting article on credit card Banks and their banking operations by my friend Ellen Brown, yes the very same Ellen Brown that is running for State of California CA Treasurer in 2014.  Ellen Brown Is the Green Party candidate for State of California Treasurer in 2014.  Take a look at some of the books Ellen has published.  Ellen is the current President of the Public Banking Institute.  How do you feel about public banking for the state of California?

Sincerely,

Ed Reidhead

The credit card business is now the most lucrative part of the banking industry, and it’s not just from the interest. It’s the hidden fees.

You pay off your credit card balance every month, thinking you are taking advantage of the “interest-free grace period” and getting free credit. You may even use your credit card when you could have used cash, just to get the free frequent flier or cash-back rewards. But those popular features are misleading. Even when the balance is paid on time every month, credit card use imposes a huge hidden cost on users–hidden because the cost is deducted from what the merchant receives, then passed on to you in the form of higher prices.

Visa and MasterCard charge merchants about 2% of the value of every credit card transaction, and American Express charges even more. That may not sound like much. But consider that for balances that are paid off monthly (meaning most of them), the banks make 2% or more on a loan averaging only about 25 days (depending on when in the month the charge was made and when in the grace period it was paid). Two percent interest for 25 days works out to a 33.5% return annually (1.02^(365/25) — 1), and that figure may be conservative .

Merchant fees were originally designed as a way to avoid usury and Truth-in-Lending laws. Visa and MasterCard are independent entities, but they were set up by big Wall Street banks, and the card-issuing banks get about 80% of the fees. The annual returns not only fall in the usurious category, but they are returns on other people’s money — usually the borrower’s own money!     Here is how it works . . . .

The Ultimate Shell Game

Economist Hyman Minsky observed that anyone can create money; the trick is to get it accepted. The function of the credit card company is to turn your IOU, or promise to pay, into a “negotiable instrument” acceptable in the payment of debt. A negotiable instrument is anything that is signed and convertible into money or that can be used as money.

Under Article 9 of the Uniform Commercial Code, when you sign the merchant’s credit card charge receipt, you are creating a “negotiable instrument or other writing which evidences a right to the payment of money.” This negotiable instrument is deposited electronically into the merchant’s checking account, a special account required of all businesses that accept credit.  The account goes up by the amount on the receipt, indicating that the merchant has been paid.  The charge receipt is forwarded to an “acquiring settlement bank,” which bundles your charges and sends them to your own bank. Your bank then sends you a statement and you pay the balance with a check, causing your transaction account to be debited at your bank.

The net effect is that your charge receipt (a negotiable instrument) has become an “asset” against which credit has been advanced.  The bank has simply monetized your IOU, turning it into money.  The credit cycle is so short that this process can occur without the bank’s own money even being involved . Debits and credits are just shuffled back and forth between accounts.

Timothy Madden is a Canadian financial analyst who built software models of credit card accounts in the early 1990s. In personal correspondence, he estimates that payouts from the bank’s own reserves are necessary only about 2% of the time; and the 2% merchant’s fee is sufficient to cover these occasions. The “reserves” necessary to back the short-term advances are thus built into the payments themselves, without drawing from anywhere else.

As for the interest, Madden maintains:

The interest is all gravy because the transactions are funded in fact by the signed payment voucher issued by the card-user at the point of purchase. Assume that the monthly gross sales that are run through credit/charge-cards globally double, from the normal $300 billion to $600 billion for the year-end holiday period. The card companies do not have to worry about where the extra $300 billion will come from because it is provided by the additional $300 billion of signed vouchers themselves. . . .

That is also why virtually all  banks  everywhere have to write-off 100% of credit/charge-card accounts in arrears for 180 days. The basic design of the system recognizes that, once set in motion, the system is entirely self-financing requiring zero equity investment by the operator . . . . The losses cannot be charged off against the operator’s equity because they don’t have any. In the early 1990’s when I was building computer/software models of the credit/charge-card system, my spreadsheets kept “blowing up” because of “divide by zero” errors in my return-on-equity display.

A Private Sales Tax

All this sheds light on why the credit card business has become the most lucrative pursuit of the banking industry. At one time, banking was all about taking deposits and making commercial and residential loans. But in recent years, according to the Federal Reserve, “credit card earnings have been almost always higher than returns on all commercial bank activities.”

Partly, this is because the interest charged on credit card debt is higher than on other commercial loans. But it is on the fees that the banks really make their money. There are late payment fees, fees for exceeding the credit limit, balance transfer fees, cash withdrawal fees, and annual fees, in addition to the very lucrative merchant fees that accrue at the point of sale whether the customer pays his bill or not. The merchant absorbs the fees, and the customers cover the cost with higher prices.

A 2% merchants’ fee is the financial equivalent of a 2% sales tax — one that now adds up to over $30 billion annually in the US. The effect on trade is worse than either a public sales tax or a financial transaction tax (or Tobin tax), since these taxes are designed to be spent back into the economy on services and infrastructure. A private merchant’s tax simply removes purchasing power from the economy.

As financial blogger Yves Smith observes:

[W]hen anyone brings up Tobin taxes (small charges on every [financial] trade) as a way to pay for the bailout and discourage speculation, the financial services industry becomes utterly apoplectic. . . . Yet here in our very midst, we have a Tobin tax equivalent on a very high proportion of retail trade. . . . [Y]ou can think of the rapacious Visa and Mastercharge charges for debit transactions . . . as having two components: the fee they’d be able to charge if they faced some competition, and the premium they extract by controlling the market and refusing to compete on price. In terms of its effect on commerce, this premium is worse than a Tobin tax.

A Tobin tax is intended to have the positive effect of dampening speculation. A private tax on retail sales has the negative effect of dampening consumer trade. It is a self-destruct mechanism that consumes capital and credit at every turn of the credit cycle.

The lucrative credit card business is a major factor in the increasing “financialization” of the economy. Companies like General Electric are largely abandoning product innovation and becoming credit card companies, because that’s where the money is. Financialization is killing the economy, productivity, innovation, and consumer demand.

Busting the Monopoly

Exorbitant merchant fees are made possible because the market is monopolized by a tiny number of credit card companies, and entry into the market is difficult. To participate, you need to be part of a network, and the network requires that all participating banks charge a pre-set fee.

The rules vary, however, by country. An option available in some countries is to provide cheaper credit card services through publicly-owned banks. In Costa Rica, 80% of deposits are held in four publicly-owned banks; and all offer Visa/MC debit cards and will take Visa/MC credit cards. Businesses that choose to affiliate with the two largest public banks pay no transaction fees for that bank’s cards, and for the cards of other banks they pay only a tiny fee, sufficient to cover the bank’s costs.

That works in Costa Rica; but in the US, Visa/MC fees are pre-set, and public banks would have to charge that fee to participate in the system. There is another way, however, that they could recapture the merchant fees and use them for the benefit of the people: by returning them in the form of lower taxes or increased public services.

Local governments pay hefty fees for credit card use themselves. According to the treasurer’s office, the City and County of San Francisco pay $4 million annually just for bank fees, and more than half this sum goes to merchant fees. If the government could recapture these charges through its own bank, it could use the proceeds to expand public services without raising taxes.

If we allowed government to actually make some money, it could be self-funding without taxing the citizens. When an alternative public system is in place, the private mega-bank dinosaurs will no longer be “too big to fail.” They can be allowed to fade into extinction, in a natural process of evolution toward a more efficient and sustainable system of exchange.

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Breaking News for California Homeowners Facing Foreclosure:

Your mortgage could be legally unenforceable and you could be entitled to financial compensation for mortgage fraud and other legal violations. Legal errors, contract breaches, appraisal and mortgage fraud have caused the majority of mortgage transactions to be legally unenforceable.

Did you know that a government audit revealed that 83% of the mortgages surveyed contained legal violations?

Did you know these legal violations can turn the tables on your predatory lender and make them pay you to go away?

“I cannot decide for you the moral obligations you wish to pursue; but if a wrong has been committed against you (such as a clouded title or a fraud resulting from a mortgage loan) you have the duty as an American property owner to correct it. Filing a suit (in my book) reflects one’s personal responsibility”. Clouded Titles, p 13.

Stop playing games and wasting time trying to work with your corrupt lender, they are not in business to help you. If you’re interested in learning how to save your house from foreclosure by suing your predatory lender for mortgage fraud, get started right now by clicking here

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RT: World Bank: Money Laundering Criminals | Interview with Whistleblower Karen Hudes


Hello friends and family!
Thanks to my friend Jean again over at http://jhaines6.wordpress.com here is a great article on Banking and one person’s struggle to bring attention to high level corruption. Karen can be found on facebook…
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Ed Reidhead

2012: What's the 'real' truth?

See previous posts of mine in Related Articles. . . ~J

Published on Jun 21, 2013
Thanks to F.

Abby Martin talks to Karen Hudes, former senior executive at the World Bank, about her experience blowing the whistle on the high level corruption within the international financial system and how her story was censored.

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Four Horseman of the Banking Cartel. They rule the World. 2013 No more Gold in America.


Rothchilds family are worth over 100 trillion dollars. This name Rothchild comes from Germany, The Rothchilds real family name is really Bauer. This Family changed the last name to match the name of a old Masonic German bank.
There are 13 Families that rule the world

Hello Everyone!

In case I have not documented this information before, here it is!  This is perhaps, one of the best presentations on Banking Houses and Central Banks and Banking Cartels.  There are several sources sharing on these subjects and more.

By,

Ed Reidhead

The Mad Science of the National Debt – by Matt Taibbi


Hello everyone!

Here is the amazing financial reporter of Rolling Stone magazine, Matt Taibbi! Matt has an amazing ability to penetrate the unclear and shadowy topic of Federal Reserve Bank Operations.
Ed

2012: What's the 'real' truth?

Rolling Stone columnist Matt Taibbi. (photo: Current TV)
Rolling Stone columnist Matt Taibbi. (photo: Current TV)

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By Matt Taibbi, Rolling Stone

23 May 13

elcome back to the dumb season. It’s debt-ceiling time again.

We’ve been at this two years now. It was back in 2011 when the Republican Party, seized by anti-government furor, first locked on the lifting of the federal debt ceiling – an utterly routine governmental mechanism that allows the Treasury to borrow to pay for spending already approved by the entire Congress, Republicans included – as a place to hold a showdown over … government spending. That first battle resulted in a “Mutually Assured Destruction”-type stalemate, in which both parties agreed that if they couldn’t reach a deal by New Year’s Day 2013, a series of brutal, automatic, across-the-board spending cuts would take effect. At the time, it seemed unthinkable Congress would let that happen. By the time we passed…

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World Bank Whistle-blower: “Precious Metals To Serve As An Underpinning For Paper Currencies”


World Bank Whistle-blower: “Precious Metals To Serve As An Underpinning For Paper Currencies”

Enjoy this article from the Silver Doctors…  and congratulations to Karen Hudes for demonstrating courage and integrity…

Ed

Karen Hudes, Former Senior Counsel to the World Bank—now turned whistle-blower.

I had the opportunity yesterday to speak with one of the western world’s most courageous and astute women, Karen Hudes, Former Senior Counsel to the World Bank—now turned whistle-blower.
It was a powerful conversation, as Karen spent 20 years with the World Bank as an attorney and economist, before being “let-go” after reporting internal fraud and corruption.
During the interview Karen indicated that the world is rapidly changing, with western power structures breaking down, economic & political influence gravitating to BRICs nations, all amid a pending currency transition which will highly favor precious metals.   Hudes stated: All of the countries of the world are going to allow precious metals to serve as currency, and this will be an underpinning for paper currency, as we’ll have both systems at the same time.”

From Tekoa Da Silva:

Starting out by discussing the shocking centralized power she witnessed while working at the World Bank, Karen explained that, “A study done by three [Swiss] systems analysts who used mathematical modeling [shows] how the [world’s] 43,000 transnational corporations were being controlled through interlocking corporate directorates. There’s a group of 147 companies, most of them are financial institutions, and what they’ve done, is through the interlocking directorates, they control 40% of the net worth of these [43k] companies, and 60% of their earnings…so that group has been using the presidency of the World Bank as kind of a puppet to dominate the world—that’s [now] finished.”

A major shock to that centralized power base, according to Karen, was the recent move by BRICs nations leaders to bypass the World Bank for their financing needs, by establishing their own development bank. “As the BRICs [nations] economic power grows,” she explained, “they’re not going to be strangled anymore through the grabbing [of] their resources…So their decision to start their own development bank was their way of letting [world] governments know…that its time to end this corruption.” 

Major moves toward monetary independence are also being made by growing numbers of U.S. states, Karen added. She explained that, “The states are starting to have legislation recognizing gold and silver bullion as legal currency. This is [also] a very strong signal the states are sending to the federal government, that the time to get serious about ending the corruption in the financial system is now here.”

When asked her thoughts on what this all means for the world monetary system, Karen said, “What’s going to happen, is we’re going to have all the countries of the world, sit down and figure out what’s going to be the best, most orderly transition from the current system that we have, [which has] profound imbalance and unsustainable deficits…[this change] is going to happen as each country makes its preference known, because the system we have now is not transparent, and the biggest change [in the new system], is that there’s going to be transparency.”

That transparency may be found through a gold-backed currency system, Karen noted, as,All of the countries of the world are going to allow precious metals to serve as currency, and this will be an underpinning for paper currency, [as] we’ll have both systems at the same time. This is my guess, as I mentioned—I am an economist.”

As a final comment speaking towards her difficult journey as a World Bank whistle-blower, Karen said, “I’ve been struggling now for years, to tell the American public what’s [been] going on. I haven’t gotten through, because this [financial] group has bought up the press and has been spreading disinformation systematically. That undermines the whole point of a democracy. How can voters vote without an informed opinion, without the information that they’re entitled too? So this strangle-hold on information is going to end in very short order.”
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This was a powerful interview conducted with a great American patriot and honorable world citizen. Karen is setting an example for the history books, and her interview is required listening for global thinkers and market students.

To listen to the interview, left click the following link and/or right click and “save target as” or “save link as” to to your desktop:

>>Interview with Karen Hudes (MP3)

To learn more about Karen and support her work, visit: Kahudes.net

11 Reasons Why The Federal Reserve Should Be Abolished


11 Reasons Why The Federal Reserve Should Be Abolished

Hello,

Here are some facts about the Federal Reserve Banking System you may not know.  Enjoy this article.

Ed

 

Submitted by Michael Snyder of The Economic Collapse blog,

If the American people truly understood how the Federal Reserve system works and what it has done to us, they would be screaming for it to be abolished immediately.  It is a system that was designed by international bankers for the benefit of international bankers, and it is systematically impoverishing the American people.

The Federal Reserve system is the primary reason why our currency has declined in value by well over 95 percent and our national debt has gotten more than 5000 times larger over the past 100 years.

The Fed creates our “booms” and our “busts”, and they have done an absolutely miserable job of managing our economy.  But why do we need a bunch of unelected private bankers to manage our economy and print our money for us in the first place?  Wouldn’t our economy function much more efficiently if we allowed the free market to set interest rates?

And according to Article I, Section 8 of the U.S. Constitution, the U.S. Congress is the one that is supposed to have the authority to “coin Money, regulate the Value thereof, and of foreign Coin, and fix the Standard of Weights and Measures”.  So why is the Federal Reserve doing it?  Sadly, this is the way it works all over the globe today.  In fact, all 187 nations that belong to the IMF have a central bank.  But the truth is that there are much better alternatives.  We just need to get people educated.

The following are 11 reasons why the Federal Reserve should be abolished…

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Paying interest on a loan that never existed?


http://worldfreemansociety.org/paying-interest-on-a-loan-that-never-existed/

Hi,

Here is a gem of an article I found on understanding banking and loans and money better.  Download the Dealing with Bankers PDF, and get started with taking a stand for your survival as a human being.  If you know of any great resources dealing in these issues please post the link in the comments section or email me and I will post them for Everyone.

Ed

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