Money & Debt: Interest, the CIA, foreclosures, Al Qaeda!

Posted: October 8, 2008 in Money, News & Views, Politics, Religion, U.S., War crimes, World News

The Gross National Debt:

The CIA and Iran (1952), Guatemala, Ecuador, Iraq, Venezuela.. an amazing list of historic facts.. that continue until this day because of the almighty dollar..

A Must See… get your cup of favorite brew and watch this enlightening video. Any questions why we are in such a financial crisis? Zeitgeist: Addendum


If all money is borrowed from the central banks and is expanded by commercial banks through loans, only what would be referred to as the Principal would be created in the money supply. So where is the money to cover all of the interest that is charged?

Nowhere! It does not exist!


In 1969 there was a Minnesota court case  involving a man named Jerome Daily. He challenged the foreclosure of his home by the bank which provided the loan to purchase it. His argument was that the mortgage contract required both parties, (required he and the bank each) to put up a legitimate form of property for the exchange. In legal language, this is called CONSIDERATION. Mr. Daily explained that the money was not the property of the bank but was created out of nothing as soon as the agreement was signed.

The bank “invented” it!!

The court rejected the banks claim for freclosure and Daily kept his home! True story – this and more, is mentioned in detail in the movie.

“The truth is, there is no Islamic army or terrorist group called Al Qaida. And any Informed intelligence officer knows this. But there is a propaganda campaign to make the public believe in the presence of an identified entity…The country behind this propaganda is the US”

-Robin Cook-
Former British Foreign Secretary



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