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“Women have been asked to send their husbands, their fathers, their brothers and their sons off to war. But, as the first woman with the right to vote for or against war, I thought I ought to vote No.” Jeannette Rankin explaining why she voted against entry into World War I.
Maybe young feminists don’t know who the first US congresswoman was precisely because she opposed war. Maybe they know Ms Steinem because the ideal woman in the CIA’s vision of the world does not know that her ex-husband or her estranged son died in a war. How many women changed their minds about Vietnam only after her son or boyfriend was drafted and sent to the jungles to be a human sacrifice?
I have four more examples of media hiding vital information from the public.
2) Americans are waiting for the total US debt to reach $20 trillion. Some business columnists have pointed out that rising interest rates for 10 and 30 year Treasury bonds could wreak havoc on the federal budget deficit. Currently, taxpayers pay $500 billion a year in interest payments. Doubling the interest rate could double those payments to a trillion dollars a year which would rapidly become $2 trillion when investors figure out Hyperinflation is the only plan left.
Where are the newspaper stories citing Thomas Edison’s views on the national debt? He saw no reason for it. Abraham Lincoln had issued non-interest bearing Greenbacks. If we still had them, there would be no national debt and no interest payments. Edison said we should issue dollar bills to pay for works projects. There was no reason to issue a bond at interest and run a $30 million dollar project up into a $66 million bill to the taxpayers. Under our current system, bankers have the right to charge us interest on money they created out of thin air. They are not loaning you Mrs Jones’s life savings. They are creating checking account deposits.
Canada from 1938 until the 1974 issued money to pay for state (provincial) projects at no interest charge to the taxpayers. If the US had that system, we wouldn’t owe trillions in state and local debt and we wouldn’t have a multi-trillion inventory of badly needed infrastructure repairs.
If this were explained to most voters, they would choose the system Lincoln had and Thomas Edison advocated. Or we would have what Canada had which is subject to litigation to be restored. But you won’t read about that lawsuit in the corporate press.
The public is manipulated because they are not told that the $20 trillion national debt is a fiction and that their $500 billion a year in interest payments is pure theft. And none dare mention that our bridges, roads and public works are an international disgrace. The US has 30,000 towns with water as unhealthful as Flint Michigan’s lead contaminated water. We could put millions of men to work building infrastructure at no cost to the taxpayers.
3) Catherine Austin Fitts told Greg Hunter several times that Wall Street stole $50 trillion from American taxpayers. You might think that was news. No mention of her at all in the New York Times since she participated in a Drug Policy Forum in 2001.
On September 10, 2001 Donald Rumsfeld admitted he could not trace $2.3 trillion in Department of Defense spending from the Clinton years. The problem was that DOD accounting procedures were so poor that nobody could tell where the money went. But Rumsfeld promised the voters that they would implement procedures some time over the next eight years so they knew where their money was spent. It is now 2017 and that reform never happened. The total amount of DOD spending that cannot be traced has reached $9.6 trillion.
One other note: On September 11, 2001 DOD Comptroller rabbi Dov Zakheim had hundreds of men and women busily tracking down that missing money until they died or were seriously injured from what was alleged to have been a plane piloted by Hani Hanjour who had been refused permission to rent a Cessna because he could not successfully make 4 right turns. 911 Hint: Rabbi Dov Zakheim was the CEO of a company called SPS international that made FTS, a system that remotely took control of a plane and landed it. This was sold to the government as system to prevent hijackings. On 911 Hanjour who could barely drive a car was allegedly flying an airliner towards the Big Brass at the Pentagon’s East Wing. But then he apparently changed his mind , and pulled off an incredible, sweeping 270-degree descending turn at 400+mph to approach the Pentagon from the opposite direction to kill the auditors?
911 Hint 2: Nearly a billion dollars in Gold and Silver went missing from the Comex vault in WTC Tower 4 on 911. How did Osama Bin Laden do that? Bonus Question for the media: What happened to the 143 tons of Libyan gold after Hillary Clinton cackled, “we came. We saw. He died?”
If we recovered the $50 trillion the Bankers stole from us, we could cancel the national debt and a lot of personal debts as well. We could even replace the money that Wall Street stole from pensions. But don’t hold your breath waiting for The Times and the Washington Post to cover the missing tens of trillions of dollars.
4) The Russian researcher Borisov said that he could prove at least 3 million Americans starved to death in the 1930s. Over a million families lost their farms and had nothing left and no government program. The FDR administration paid the remaining farmers to not grow food crops and even to slaughter 6.5 million hogs. When FDR paid landowners to not grow cotton, they kicked tens of thousands of share cropper families into the streets. The policy looked good in Washington but resulted in tremendous human tragedy. One survivor of the Depression said they ate frogs and bush leaves instead of beef and cabbage. His mother and sister died in the first year of the Depression. Borisov wrote an article about starvation in America for Wikipedia which they removed.
The New York Times does not think you need to know about mass starvation. They never covered the controversy.
Borisov said that a similar Depression would do greater harm today. Why? We live in a post industrial world. American factories were shut down but not sent overseas in the 1930s. The people went back to work when the war started in Europe in 1939. If financiers or government workers lose their jobs today, there is no factory that could possibly hire them. We do have 200 million more people than we did in 1939. Plus we have 350 million guns. And we have been teaching blacks and Latinos for the past 50 years that they are poor because white people robbed them.
Maybe if Dr Borisov had been allowed on American TV, we would have a clue as to what will be happening when the dollar dies. Mass starvation, Food Riots and Race Wars.
5) Unpayable Debts are never paid. Dr Michael Hudson
Michael Hudson has written extensively on Debt Cancellation as a means to ending a Depression. He found an ancient text that decreed debts to be cancelled by a king of Sumer in 2400 BC. So painless solutions to ending a Depression have been around for 4,500 years.
A Depression is a period in time when Unpayable Debts are cancelled en masse. Dr Hudson mentioned the painless way. The other ways were seen in the 20th century. Farms and homes were foreclosed in the US in the 1930s. Millions of Americans starved to death. In the Weimar Republic Hyperinflation cancelled Unpayable Debts by making them comparatively small in relation a million Deutsche Mark note which slipped below one dollar in value before the end of 1923. Neither of these two Debt Cancellation systems worked. Debt Cancellation did work for thousands of years. But Americans will never learn that from the corporate media.
Related Articles: If you want to read more details on the 911 Pentagon attack, I recommend this:
Barbara Honegger And The Pentagon Attack Papers in 2 Minutes
To better understand money try this:
Mortgages Are Instruments Of Fraud
Debt Cancellation is the only way out of this current Depression without violence.
Debt Cancellation Is The Best Way To Take Down Bilderberg
The meme below was borrowed from Mike Rivero at http://www.whatreallyhappened.com
Investment advisor Catherine Austin Fitts says, “We are so overdue for a 25% correction. . . . I think 2017 is going to be a composting. In the destruction of the old, let there be the creation of the new. We’re going to be creating the new, and we’re going to be destroying the old. It’s going to be quirky. There are going to be all kinds of black swans that could hit us. So, do I think we are going to have a major correction and lots of digestive problems? Yes, I do. Now, if the new administration gets what it wants by getting tax rates down and bringing capital back into the country, then there is going to be a very exciting future and a very exciting pathway for North America.”
On gold and silver, Fitts contends, “I think we are in a long-term bull market for gold, but I don’t think the consolidation is over. I was hoping the consolidation was over given how it was trading in the first three quarters, but given how it is trading now, it looks like the consolidation may not be over. The reality is gold is a number of things. In Asia, it’s real money. I think as long as Asia is converging with per capita income, gold is going to have a floor under it, and silver too.
Join Greg Hunter as he goes One-on-One with Catherine Austin Fitts, Publisher of the Solari Report found on Solari.com.
Could you survive on just $2.50 a day? According to Compassion International, approximately half of the population of the entire planet currently lives on $2.50 a day or less. Meanwhile, those hoarding wealth at the very top of the global pyramid are rapidly becoming a lot wealthier. Don’t get me wrong – I am a very big believer in working hard and contributing something of value to society, and those that work the hardest and contribute the most should be able to reap the rewards. In this article I am in no way, shape or form criticizing true capitalism, because if true capitalism were actually being practiced all over the planet we would have far, far less poverty today. Instead, our planet is dominated by a heavily socialized debt-based central banking system that systematically transfers wealth from hard working ordinary citizens to the global elite. Those at the very top of the pyramid know that they are impoverishing everyone else, and they very much intend to keep it that way.
Let’s start with some of the hard numbers. According to Zero Hedge, Credit Suisse had just released their yearly report on global wealth, and it shows that 45.6 percent of all the wealth in the world is controlled by just 0.7 percent of the people…
As Credit Suisse tantalizingly shows year after year, the number of people who control just shy of a majority of global net worth, or 45.6% of the roughly $255 trillion in household wealth, is declining progressively relative to the total population of the world, and in 2016 the number of people who are worth more than $1 million was just 33 million, roughly 0.7% of the world’s population of adults. On the other end of the pyramid, some 3.5 billion adults had a net worth of less than $10,000, accounting for just about $6 trillion in household wealth.
And since this is a yearly report, we can go back and see how things have changed over time. When Zero Hedge did this, it was discovered that the wealth of those at the very top “has nearly doubled” over the past six years, and meanwhile the poor have gotten even poorer…
Incidentally, we tracked down the first Credit Suisse report we found in this series from 2010, where the total wealth of the top “layer” in the pyramid was a modest $69.2 trillion for the world’s millionaires. It has nearly doubled in the 6 years since then. Meanwhile, the world’s poorest have gotten, you got it, poorer, as those adults who were worth less than $10,000 in 2010 had a combined net worth of $8.2 trillion, a number which has since declined to $6.1 trillion in 2016 despite a half a billion increase in the sample size.
If these trends continue at this pace, it won’t be too long before the global elite have virtually all of the wealth and the rest of us have virtually nothing.
Perhaps you are fortunate enough to still have a good job, and you live in a large home and you will sleep in a warm bed tonight.
Well, you should consider yourself to be very blessed, because that is definitely not the case for most of the rest of the world. The following 11 facts about global poverty come from dosomething.com, and I want you to really let these numbers sink in for a moment…
So how did we get here?
Debt is the primary mechanism that takes wealth from ordinary people like you and me and puts it into the hands of the global elite.
In my recent article entitled “Why Donald Trump Must Shut Down The Federal Reserve And Start Issuing Debt-Free Money“, I discussed how the Federal Reserve was designed to entrap the U.S. government in an endless debt spiral from which it could never possibly escape. And that is precisely what has happened, as the U.S. national debt has gotten more than 5000 times larger since the Federal Reserve was created in 1913.
In that very same year, the federal income tax was instituted, and that is a key part of the program for the global elite. You see, the income tax is how wealth is transferred from us to the government. And then a continuously growing national debt is how that wealth is transferred from the government to the elite.
It is a very complicated system, but at the end of the day it is all about taking money from us and getting it into their pockets.
And at this point more than 99.9 percent of the population of the world lives in a country with a central bank, and almost every nation on the planet has some form of income tax.
It is a global system that is designed to create as much debt as possible, and I recently shared with my readers that the total amount of debt in the world has hit a staggering all-time record high of 152 trillion dollars.
Interestingly, the Bible actually foretells of a time when rich men would hoard wealth in the last days. The following are the first five verses of the Book of James in the Modern English Version…
Come now, you rich men, weep and howl for your miseries that shall come upon you. 2 Your riches are corrupted and your garments are moth-eaten. 3 Your gold and silver are corroded, and their corrosion will be a witness against you and will eat your flesh like fire. You have stored up treasures for the last days. 4 Indeed the wages that you kept back by fraud from the laborers who harvested your fields are crying, and the cries of those who harvested have entered into the ears of the Lord of Hosts. 5 You have lived in pleasure on the earth and have been wayward. You have nourished your hearts as in a day of slaughter.
So much of the time we focus on the other great sins that we see all around us, but the truth is that one of the greatest sins of all in our world today is the sin of greed.
The borrower is the servant of the lender, and the global elite have used various forms of debt to turn the rest of the planet into their debt slaves.
As debt levels race higher and higher all over the planet, the elite are using the magic of compound interest to grab a bigger and bigger share of the pie.
Given enough time, those at the very top would have virtually everything and the rest of us would have virtually nothing. The middle class is shrinking all over the globe, and the gap between the wealthy and the poor continues to grow at an astounding pace.
But the vast majority of people out there have no idea how money, debt, taxes and central banks really work, and so they have no idea that this is purposely being done to them.
So please share this article with as many people as you can. The truth is that we don’t have to have this much global poverty, and if we correctly identify the root causes of this poverty we can start working on some real solutions.
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May 10, 2016
There is a trend afoot to institute online banking as a primary way to conduct personal business transactions. Banking on thin air. Convenient, fast, and oh yeah, did I mention convenient?
These are the perks: We can go online, pay bills from the comfort of our homes, cars, in the mall, on the road, and basically anywhere that we can get a cell phone signal, as well as receive payments for services rendered. What a wonderful invention! Yup, people are falling head over heels in love with this upcoming and very trendy technology. But everything that goes up must inevitably come down.
This is nothing new. Not really. If you consider the fact that we the people have been conditioned to place our faith in a valueless piece of paper backed by nothing but a promise by the Federal Reserve; a non-government corporation that is in charge of the economy. And it prints its own money, and the U.S. Government pays interest on it, and we the people pay interest on it, and the debt is compounded daily. And we strive to collect the debt notes, treasuring them and depending on them to live. So, it is not very much of a leap to online banking wherein paper money doesn’t even need to be printed. Cost effective. Now, instead of the illusion being tied to pieces of worthless paper, it is tied directly to the cyber world of banking. We trust that when we click the mouse, funds will appear or disappear at our command.
But if this is all a carefully crafted illusion, where does that leave us when the illusion is ripped away and we are left wondering what happened? What happens when we click that mouse and nothing happens? Or an error message pops up: “This service is temporarily unavailable. Please try again later.” Or when you go to log on to your account, another error message pops up: “This account has been terminated.” So easy. With the click of a mouse. All funds gone.
Convenience is a two-way street. What is easy for us to use is also easy for the bankers to control. And the biggest trick of all is when the magician makes the assistant vanish into thin air. What will you do when the bankers make the money that you count on to survive vanish into thin air?
Recently, Amazon Kindle Direct switched to an ‘electronic funds transfer to a bank account only’ form of payment for publishers. This is a portion of the email that I received from the company:
“Beginning in September of this year, KDP will no longer offer check as a payment method to publishers in your country. If you do not sign up for EFT before September, your earned royalties will be held until banking details are provided.
So, we would request you to change your payment method to EFT. Changing to Electronic Funds Transfer (EFT) as your payment method will provide paperless, secure, and fast royalty payments directly to your bank account with no minimum payment threshold.”
I was forced to either give them a bank account or close the Kindle account in order to receive a final payment before the deadline of September 1. See how easy that was? Read this part again: “If you do not sign up for EFT before September, your earned royalties will be held until banking details are provided.” Funds on hold. Comply or they are gone. Held in limbo until it is decided that the account is obsolete, it’s been too long, and they can simply be absorbed, or whatever justification is popular at the moment.
We are living on shifting sand. And we do not control how that sand is shifted. Our lives are based on a fantasy created by those we do not know, who cannot be trusted, who do not have our best interests at heart, and who have no problem with robbery, just as long as it is they who are committing the theft. The theft of a carefully crafted illusion put in place by a system so corrupt, so vile, that words cannot even describe it adequately.
Let’s face it; the bankers got us by the cojones. Our lives revolve around this artificial money system, which can be ripped out from under our feet at any moment with the click of a mouse. And it is an addiction; we are all addicted to some degree. We need money to buy stuff, to have a place to live, to eat, drink, get to work, go to school. No money, and there you are, sitting in a cell with Bubba. And now it is getting much, much easier for the bankers to control our supply. Just one click and your account never existed.
But what if we started slowly weaning ourselves from this system of enslavement? What if we formed local communities comprised of people who like to barter? Actually exchange something of value for another thing of value? Might we be better off if/when the system we are living under and being controlled by collapses? Will you be standing in a bread line, or will you be able to fall back on tangible resources? These are the questions we must ask ourselves as we pull back the curtain of the ‘man in charge’ only to reveal … nothing. The system that we counted on to be real and trustworthy, exposed for the lie it is when we find ourselves standing on air searching for something real and finding only the faint traces of an illusion held dear; a thing of no substance, designed to fail and take the ones deceived and holding on for dear life down in flames.
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©2016 Barbara H. Peterson
I don’t care anymore if people deride or ridicule David Icke. He speaks the truth. I’ll take Icke and his Reptilians any day over the claptrap that passes for news, knowledge, or information these days. And up yours Anti Defamation League and your puerile attempts to stifle the truth, as the truth always comes out in the end. I’ll tell you what, prove that Icke is not speaking the truth and I will listen.
Way to go Puerto Rico! Now imagine if the whole world would stop paying these fraudulent paper debts to these parasite monsters we did not want or created.
Puerto Rico’s Government Development Bank will not make a $422 million payment due by the end of the day Monday.
May 1, 2016
Puerto Rico is going to default.
In a television address made Sunday, Puerto Rican Gov. Alejandro Garcia Padilla said the island’s Government Development Bank would not make a $422 million payment due to its creditors by the end of business on Monday, according to Bloomberg.
A Reuters report ahead of Padilla’s address released Sunday evening said the GDB was “expected to skip at least the principal portion of its payment to hedge funds, credit unions, and other bondholders.”
Like many financially distressed governments around the globe — think Greece, for example — Puerto Rico has been faced with demands from creditors and their consultants that the island undertake drastic spending cuts to create surpluses large enough to meet debt obligations.
The Padilla government has resisted these proposals.
And so Padilla’s announcement, while not entirely unexpected, does reinforce the position from which the island will continue negotiations with its creditors over this specific debt. ZeroHedge reported Sunday that the price of the bonds on which Padilla said Puerto Rico would default had plummeted to 20 cents on the dollar.
In the financial world, Puerto Rico’s distress does not come as a great shock, and many hedge funds have made considerable bets that the island will eventually reach agreements to pay back its creditors.