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The Master Board / Currency & Banking
« on: March 15, 2018, 01:26:49 PM »
This may be in bits and pieces as longer posts are harder on the phone.  Please feel free to add to this.  I know there are many posts on this forum we can weave into here.

An earlier post discussed the origins of money:

"Ishtar's religion invented the concept of money, as a coin-related economy that centered around Ishtar temple worship.

The origin of money was developed in order to support the worship of Ishtar by providing a way for assets to be garnered to cover the expenses of maintaining the temple and its priestesses and priests.",3720.msg42548.html#msg42548

Interest & the start of big banks

It was then discovered that even a small percentage of interest applied over a few years would quickly double a debt, e.g. 10% over seven years. Thus, the treacherous power of usury revealed itself, capable of destroying the fabric of any egalitarian society.

The ancient knowledge of the wreckage caused by usury led to its prohibition in the three Abrahamic religions:


Today, it's still forbidden in Islam.

Through usury, the first bankers of Babylon became so wealthy and powerful that they controlled kings and priests.
Venetian and Sephardic capital and knowledge was an important driver behind the British and Dutch East India companies (established around 1600), with Venetian banking experience transferred to the Dutch Venice as the Bank of Amsterdam (1609).

Stock of these and other companies was traded at the Amsterdam and London stock exchanges.

Amsterdam even offered call and put options, which led to the tremendous collapse of the Tulip bubble in 1637. With a little Sephardic-Venetian help, the tiny Dutch Republic was catapulted into global empire and its Golden Century.

In the meantime, Britain was being prepared for its future role as a much greater and safer base.
Six years later, the Bank of England was established as a private bank with a monopoly on the emission of money as interest-bearing debt. Very quickly, the war-eager William got the State highly indebted to the new bank.

At the same time, tax laws were installed to guarantee repayment by the State and eliminate risk for the bankers.

Of course, the State could have produced its own money without having to pay any interest or taxing its people, but that was clearly not part of the deal made by corrupt governors.

The US banking system:

The first central bank, the Bank of North America, was "driven through the Continental Congress by [congressman and financier] Robert Morris in the Spring of 1781," wrote Murray Rothbard in The Mystery of Banking (p. 191). The Philadelphia businessman Morris had been a defense contractor during the Revolutionary War who "siphoned off millions from the public treasury into contracts to his own … firm and to those of his associates." He was also "leader of the powerful Nationalist forces" in the new country.

The main objective of the Nationalists, who were also known as Federalists, was essentially to establish an American version of the British mercantilist system, the very system that the Revolution had been fought against. ...

Morris and his fellow Nationalists wanted a king-like chief executive who would rule over a mercantilist empire, just as the king of England ruled over his mercantilist empire. They, of course, would be the ones to advise and instruct the "king" and benefit financially from such an empire. So their young protégé Hamilton commenced his seven-year crusade to overthrow the first US constitution — the Articles of Confederation — by calling for a new constitutional convention to supposedly "revise" the Articles of Confederation.

The fact of the matter, however, is that true Independence from England never really materialized:

"Working with Hamilton, (Aaron) Burr helped raise subscriptions (shares) for a private company to improve the water supply of pestilence-ridden Manhattan, but Hamilton and Burr also secured a charter (underwriting) from the Bank of England.

New Yorkers were shocked to learn that the surplus capital from the venture had been used to establish the Bank of Manhattan, as the BNY was first known.

Twenty-five thousand shares were issued, of which 18,000 were held by investors in England. The Bank of England loaned the United States money in exchange for securities of the United States.

The consequences of our Colonial status with Great Britain can be seen in our National Debt (13 trillion dollars and growing), most of which is debt owed to the Bank of England and the Rothschilds.
It can also be seen in our high tax rates and the establishment of the Internal Revenue Service, which was created the same time as the Federal Reserve.

The IRS is the Bank of England's interest collection agency.

The Master Board / The Dark side of the Music Industry
« on: October 15, 2017, 07:24:20 AM »
Isn't it interesting that Rock and Roll came about at the same time as the McCarthyism was sweeping through the country?

Here's a 1965 Pamphlet explaining how the Communists figured out how to brainwash children from an early age using folk songs and then used rock songs for older youth to continue the brainwashing. Songs would be use to cause rhythmical reactions in youth that normally would not occur.  Remember young women taking off their shirts and throwing their tops to the Beatles?   

Communism Hypnotism and the Beatles

Communism Hypnotism and the Beatles -- Presented By Testimony Press Publications
(Youtube video of the same pamphlet, delves into the references a bit more)

Interesting blog about said article.

Demons Behind the Music Industry

Twisted Children songs  (note the name of this site...)

Look how the crowd is hypnotized into becoming one organism....

Yes, I know it goes on and on, but it is a very interesting article I had not come across before and wanted to share it. I also was oblivious to their intent to start brainwashing children from infancy; I did not realize that Children's Record Guild was part of it....  We had many records from CRG and other record labels.

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