Central to a lot of things in the slavery system that we work under are the Central Banks. They essentially make money out of thin air and charge us huge amounts through interest for borrowing something that doesn’t really exist.
It’s amazing how powerful our minds are in accepting a concept which doesn’t essentially exist and one we can’t see. Because if one is struggling to understand the financial system, just get someone to answer the following three question:
Explain Fiat Monetary System
Explain Fractional Reserve Banking
Is any system built on debt, is it both viable and sustainable?
For a picture that emerges of the central banking system on a countries economy and resources is of what white termites do to timber.
White termites and timber
Of course, one only has to go to the famous Mr Creosote scene from Monty Pythons Meaning Of Life. Laugh – I couldn’t stop for 5 minutes when I first saw it.
Mr Creosote – Monty Python
And then one gets into the work of John Perkins of Confessions of an economic hit man to see how current economics really plays out in life.
Confessions Of A Economic Hit Man
For with all of this economic development, the average individual in the street sees very little of it, and what they do see of it gets whittled away through interest and taxes and is funneled up away from them for the system to collect.
For a simple question for people to ask, if a countries economy is doing so well, why does the debt keep rising?
And of course, not many people would have any idea of the meeting that took place in 1910 which led to the formation of the American Federal Reserve.
The Creature From Jekyll Island
A central bank is basically a gigantic white termite who gorges on a countries resources until the country is hollowed out