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Re: Death to the Bankers

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Oct 7, 2008, 8:38:31 PM10/7/08
On Wed, 24 Sep 2008 13:24:51 -0700 (PDT), St Georges Day April 23rd
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>Death to the Bankers
>There are all kinds of political slogans. All of them are designed to
>put a message into the empty noggins of as many people as possible.
>And when the message is received and the People become enlightened,
>then action is taken and political change occurs. Small wonder that
>the Enemies of Mankind always try to monopolize the Media so that
>these slogans are muffled and their own slogans and messages go out to
>deceive the world and to betray the People.
>In modern times, these Deceivers have promoted their own slogans such
>as "Free Trade" or "Normal Business Cycle" or "We are all Immigrants"
>in order to put false ideas into the empty noggins of the people who
>trust them and believe their words.
>For example, in 1914, the bankers promised that if we gave them the
>authority to loan us back our own money at interest, that they would
>make sure that there would never be any bank failures or inflations or
>depressions. After all, they assured us, politicians cannot be trusted
>with printing money but only bankers who understand how to filch the
>smallest farthing should have such power. And so, the empty noggins on
>Capital Hill believed that the world's greediest and most ruthless
>people could be entrusted with our wealth and gave to the bankers the
>Federal Reserve Banking Swindle, the world's biggest cash cow, for
>their very own.
>It took only fifteen years for the bankers to get all of the kinks
>ironed out and the Federal Reserve Banking System working smoothly.
>Then, once they were confident that all was in place, they and their
>relatives on Wall Street engineered the Stock Market Crash of 1929 and
>the Great Depression. During the Great Depression, as millions of
>people starved and were thrown into poverty, the bankers grew fat and
>were able to buy cheap factories and businesses so that their extended
>families could also make a lot of money once they had brought them all
>over as "oppressed immigrants" from Eastern Europe. Once the factories
>were safely in the hands of their relatives, the bankers put those
>factories to work making their relatives rich with war material for
>World War Two.
>After all, nothing makes money for a banker better than a war. Unless,
>of course, it's two wars, or three or more than three. Korea, Vietnam,
>and the present, unending war against the enemies of Israel do nothing
>but makes money. Yes, wars kill and maim millions of people and cause
>unimaginable suffering, but they are really wonderful money-makers for
>the bankers and their relatives in manufacturing and retail. Oy, such
>profits, you wouldn't believe!
>Such wars were never designed to be won and an end put to the alleged
>"causes" for such wars because wars that are never won must forever be
>fought. And unending wars create unending profits for those greedy and
>ruthless monsters on Wall Street and the bloated creatures counting
>their profits in the banks.
>Presently, the bankers have been able to blackmail and bribe the
>treasonous Congressmen into allowing them to rape and pillage the
>People and to destroy our country. After all, when the People realize
>that we are being defrauded, we tend to become agitated towards those
>who defraud us. So, to make sure that the bankers are safe, the bribed
>politicians promote the immigration of foreigners to dispossess us of
>our country just as the bankers have dispossessed us of our wealth.
>After the bankers have shipped our manufacturing overseas at great
>profit to themselves, and after they have foreclosed our homes since
>we no longer have jobs to pay the mortgage, the next step is to sell
>the foreclosed homes to the foreigners whom the bankers have made
>wealthy by giving them our jobs.
>But these schemes become unraveled because the huge amounts of money
>that the bankers claim exist in the country, in fact, are merely
>delusions of a banker's account ledger. If you charge fifty percent
>interest on a dollar, that makes a dollar fifty. Even though the
>dollar exists, the interest does not exist. It is nothing but a
>banker's creation through accounting trickery. The same is true with
>the trillions of dollars allegedly in circulation today. Most of this
>money does not, in fact, exist because it is only an entry in an
>account book but not real money.
>And so, how can a banker sell the empty houses that he has swindled
>from the People if there is not enough money to buy them? The People
>can't buy them because we have no jobs. Our jobs were sent off to
>India and China and Mexico and every other place where the bankers and
>their relatives could profit from cheap labor. And so, our houses are
>sold to the fully-employed foreigners and immigrants who can afford to
>buy them, at interest, from the bankers because the bankers gave them
>our jobs.
>But even so, the account books claim that the country owes the bankers
>a lot more money than really exists because interest-on-a-loan always
>creates the impression that more money is owed than was borrowed. And
>when that interest is compounded, the mere numbers exponentially make
>the false claim that everything in the world is owed to the bankers
>and that we are in debt to them. Like a magic-wand that gives its
>possessor the whole world, interest-on-a-loan gives the bankers (in
>theory and on paper) all of our wealth for free. And for the bankers
>to get our wealth, all we have to do is agree that his swindles are
>honest and that we are in his debt.
>So, what is a poor, starving banker to do when he "owns" more houses
>than he can sell to foreigners? What is he to do as these homes are
>quickly being destroyed as the dispossessed, homeless and starving
>street people squat in them and tear them apart? The quick solution to
>this emergency of the bankers not having enough money, is to have the
>tax payers whom the banker has betrayed, buy them.
>And so you see, our present "credit crises" can very easily be solved
>by giving our tax money to the bankers so that they can fill their
>vaults with the real dollars that their ledger books say should
>actually be there. Make no mistake; this is not "creative book
>keeping" at all. This is out-and-out larceny. The Congress-critters
>know it but their own mortgages are owned by the bankers so they are
>all in favor of offering us up to Molach to save themselves.
>Those grinning, smiling politicans know that they are going to give
>the bankers and the Wall Street swindlers 700 billion of our dollars
>just so that these rich thieves can continue to fly their Leer jets
>and vacation in their Swiss chalets and Riviera resorts. But to make
>us all agree to the swindle and to not vote the politicians out for
>treason or to shoot them, they are pretending to wring their hands and
>beat their breasts over "how" to give the bankers our money. The
>question is not "should" they betray us to the swindling bankers and
>Wall Street vampires but "how" can they betray us. And once our money
>is given to those vultures, we are assured that it will be "business
>as usual" and that the "crises has passed" and that a "new business
>cycle" will begin as the bankers continue to defraud us of our
>property, betray us to our enemies and dispossess us of our lands.
>Do the bankers sit by and let the politicians decide their fate? Do
>they let the wheels of politics and democracy turn with solid verity?
>Of course not! They are bankers and thieves. They are not about to let
>a politician decide the fate of the People when they can add a bit of
>blackmail to the mix. And so, to make sure that the politicians hurry
>up and give them 700 billion dollars with no strings attached, the
>bankers make their great threat. They play their ace-in-the-hole. They
>up the ante and tell you they aren't bluffing.
>Remember when the bankers promised that there would never be a
>depression if we gave them the power to loan us back our own money at
>interest? Remember that almost as soon as they got the Federal Reserve
>Banking Act approved, they threw us into the Great Depression? So, are
>the bankers today nicer than the ones who controlled the FED in 1929?
>No, because this time they are threatening the politicans with this
>ace-in-the-hole: "Give us 700 billion dollars for free or we will
>cause another Great Depression."
>And so, we are back at full circle with our money teetering on the
>brink of total loss on one side and another Great Depression on the
>other side. Only this time, there is one difference that the bankers
>did not foresee. In 1929, they enjoyed the fruits of their swindles
>with their Rolls-Royces, mansions, Charleston-dancing flappers,
>bootleg liquor, European vacations and Cuban cigars. But now in 2008,
>there is a slogan than will stop them just like a steel trap stops a
>Grafitti this on the walls of every bank. Slap this on bumper stickers
>on every car. Tattoo this on the forehead of every politician you can
>tie-up and torture. Brand this in fear over the heart of every banker
>in the land. A slogan is just some empty words that put ideas into the
>minds of empty noggins. But once a few empty noggins are filled with
>illuminating light, actions occur and the world is changed. It doesn't
>take much to make the world a better place. Anyone can do it. It may
>be a long road that a banker walks on his way to the scaffold, but
>every road starts with just one step. And you, yes YOU! You can help a
>banker on his way. Start with just one slogan spray-painted today.

I sense a growing anger against the financial institution thieves
and their government cohorts.


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