The Achilles’ heel of paper money
- The Race to reduce people’s purchasing power
- Equating trust money with debt money is fraud
- Never believe government figures
- Elites are desperate to stay in power
The Race to reduce the purchasing power of the people
In today’s world, credit or debt-money is printed out of thin air in absurd amounts, and so much is borrowed from it, that it can never be fully repaid to creditors. It took the US “216 years to accumulate $8.5 trillion of debt, and then another eight years to double that amount.” Governments can do nothing to fix this crisis because they have deliberately created it themselves.
Paper money works great for the rich, who can hedge their exposure to the currency and whose access to fixed-income credit enables huge asset purchases. But it is terrible for the middle class.
This whole slimy structure is a fraudulent illusion. Fake money. Fake news. Fake GDP. Fake stimulus. Fake growth. Fake opinions. And fake statistics. But all that fake money does, is distort, mislead and deceive. As always, fake money can make some people the ‘insiders’ richer, by making the ‘outsiders’ poorer.
Ninety per cent of every country’s financial assets are owned by 10 per cent of the people. Want to make them richer? Just give more fake money to Wall Street. And the overall effect causes chaos, confusion and envy.
This is why one of the techniques of modern warfare is to counterfeit the enemy’s currency, with the aim of destroying its economy. While it has made some people richer, there is no known case in history where “stimulus” has made the majority of people richer.
Most people rely on the economy for income and not the stock market. An economy is a complex web of give and take. Benefit the savers and you punish the borrowers. Benefit the exporters and you restrict the importers. Benefit the rich and you kick the poor. When you try to stimulate the entire economy, by throwing money out of helicopters, all it does is raise prices and cause misery and chaos for everyone.
Once started living on “printing press” money, the cabal became dependent on it. Therefore, it needs to continuously print more and more to stay afloat. There is no example in history where printing money has made an economy better; none. Nor has it ever made people a penny richer. Instead, it always leads to poverty, chaos, inflation, social unrest and corruption.
The media propagate money printing as a “stimulus measure”. But there is not a single record in the long, sad history of state-run economies that actually reports improvement through printing money.
“Distort” or “Pervert” would be a better word, as it suggests unnatural and disgusting tendencies. There are many things that can stimulate. But economies are neither hollow nor dependent. They are complex webs, intricately balanced and connected. Each string has two ends and many connections. Pull on one end, and the whole web falls apart.
Encourage savers or borrowers by raising or lowering interest rates. But you can’t do both at the same time. Because if you incentivise savers, you don’t incentivise borrowers. If you stimulate the borrowers, you don’t stimulate the savers. So far, no one has ever figured out how to stimulate both at the same time.
Economists say, people don’t need to worry because money supply and consumer inflation are under control. They are wrong. The numbers are suspect, and the economists are missing the point. They can, depending on the assumptions made, find almost any inflation number they want.
And what about the money supply? The nature of money has changed. Since 1971, the importance of money supply has declined. Gold and silver were eliminated in 1968, when the requirement, that the Federal Reserve hold gold reserves to cover issued Federal Reserve notes, or paper money, ended. Gold was permanently eliminated in 1971, when President Nixon ended direct convertibility. And, “credit respectively debt money” replaced it.
In an old-fashioned sense, people don’t have much “money” these days. They have little savings. And what they do save is not real money – it is a short-term debt instrument issued by their central bank subject to inflation, value reduction.
When people buy a house, a car or even a three-course meal, they don’t use cash. Instead, they use credit. What matters to them is not how much money they have, but how much credit they have available, and whether they have the cash flow to keep up with their rising debt burdens. Their purchasing power depends on the ongoing supply of credit.
To cut a long story short; Central Bank money can disrupt, but not improve. And the more one pretends to stimulate the economy with printed money, the bigger the mess it makes. Disruption, reduces efficiency, real investment and wealth, slows growth, causes people to make mistakes, and actually makes them feel cheated. More disruption, eventually blows itself up during Debt Settlement Day. The world is a false illusion. It is becoming increasingly difficult to keep everything together.
Equating trust money with debt money is fraud
Most people do not know what money really is, and what it is not. It is accepted as a given, but actually it shouldn’t be. One of the main mistakes is, money is seen as if it equals debt, which of course cannot. Debt can never be used as money. However, the entire global monetary system is based on debt-money, which is a contradiction in itself!
The financial system is surely heading for catastrophic inevitable failure. There will be no way out because debt cannot be used as money.
Only, by the money, created by ordinary people who trust each other, provides
trust money, by legally equating this money with the money created by central banks, which is debt money, debt money gains the trust of trust money.
This results in inflation, which in itself is outright theft. The increase in money supply goes far beyond social trust. The conflict between the two types of money – trust versus debt money – is clear: because a euro can only be spent once – basically for private transactions between citizens, but the same euro is promised again to pay off the national debt, through constructions in which governments are involved, but without the consent and knowledge of citizens. Reread this paragraph until you fully understand the fraud,
To keep it analytically simple, the creator of the money must be repaid – in this case, the Central Bank – and with the same money created out of nothing.
Between the Central Bank and the abused citizens, a smokescreen has been erected; viz. by the government’s demand, that its citizens pay their taxes in the Central Bank’s currency.
This demand precisely defines the essence of the fraud, committed through the debt money.
In fact, this is “abuse of trust” against the people, or clearly defined fraud. Everyone knows that debt must always be repaid, so the people continue to collectively pay off a debt they never committed to. This is deliberately and blatantly the scam of its own government along with the Central Bank money system!!!
Analysis of the sell-out of a nation by its elite learns more about launched wars against drugs, poverty, terrorism, virus, and last but not least, against honest money. These wars benefited the MIC – Military Industrial Complex – and shifted power, status and about $30 trillion, to the elite over the past 30 years.
Never believe government figures
For more than over half a century, asset values, living standards and GDP growth have not been based on real production figures or real incomes. Credit has grown beyond the production needed to support it. Since about the early 1980s, debt has grown by more than $35 trillion more than the corresponding GDP. Sooner or later, something has to happen; debt cannot grow faster than economic growth forever.
But when the big break comes, confidence in this debt model of money, promises, theories and way of doing business will all disappear. People will not be able to pinpoint the culprit exactly. Instead, they will just feel cheated, and many will feel they have to start cheating too. Loans, business commitments, paperwork of all kinds – all become unreliable and fraudulent. Contracts, bills, receipts are often just made up.
The Federal Reserve central bank has launched five major attacks. There were three waves of interest rate cuts – 1989-1992, 2000-2003 and 2007-2008 – along with a barrage of $3.6 trillion of heavy shelling after the 2008-2009 crisis and another $3 trillion to fight the COVID catastrophe. Almost every penny of this went to the richest, oldest 10% of the country, leaving 90% of the population behind. This COVID Shutdown was an attempt to protect the elite at the expense of the working class. It forced much of the economy to the internet, leaving millions of face-to-face, hand-to-mouth workers behind.
The biggest “group of laggards” is still ahead? According to Boston University professor Lawrence Kotlikoff, retirees have been promised $210 trillion in pension and medical benefits, which are impossible to pay? The Central Banks are already spending two dollars for every dollar governments collect in taxes, while millions of laggards are beginning to lose faith in the “social contract”. How long can greedy elites keep this up?
Elites are desperate to stay in power
World elites have built their power status and wealth, over decades. They have profited from wars against drugs, poverty, terrorism, a virus and especially against honest money, only to have the rest of society pay the price. As industries and jobs have been decimated due to lockdowns and restrictions by the coronavirus, even more people have been left behind, some for good. Desperately clinging to what they have, it forces them to do whatever it takes to keep corruption going.
When the US dollar was withdrawn from gold as a reserve currency in 1971, the central banks were able to continually debit (burden) their currency, while wages in that same currency stopped keeping pace with inflation, i.e. the loss of purchasing power.
Any reasonable study of paper money systems versus gold-backed monetary systems immediately shows the superiority of gold. So why does almost every modern government choose paper? The answer is, because paper money allows the rich and powerful to protect their interests in the economy; manipulate interest rates, prices, money supply and credit to their own advantage, and in this process keep the population as slaves.
The current monetary system condemns every average citizen to impoverishment and guarantees that the rich and powerful get richer. This widening gap fuels the problems facing the world today.
Remember: when the mob wakes up, Satan and her structure will be broken once and for all, and the world be freed forever from its 500,000 years of oppression!
Something wonderful is about to happen to you
The final decision for the removal of the oppressors from planet Earth will be made by Father/Mother God. It will be soon, but no fixed time has been mentioned. Trust the PLAN, we have already won, but the mob must face their despots themselves to believe who they are!
Frequencies will be raised, to reactivate dormant DNA strands.
Our alien brothers and sisters will land on planet Earth with their spaceships to celebrate with us this once-in-a-lifetime occasion.
Source: Final Wakeup Call
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