Money is everywhere isn’t it? We use it daily, we buy our goods and necessities with it. If we are working, we are making it daily. For most of us not a day goes by where we are in some way using money or thinking about money. That’s all natural of course as it has been such a huge part of our society for a long time. But have you ever looked at that money and thought to yourself, how did this get here? How did the money I hold and use come into our system to begin with? That’s what this article is all about, finding out how money is coming into our system, and what is attached to it as it immediately is brought into circulation.
The way we are brought up to understand the financial system is that it is controlled and printed by our national governments and that it is backed by gold in reserves. This is far from the truth. As many have come to understand as the truth is being exposed more and more, money is printed by central banking institutions which are in fact private corporations and have no relation to our governments -other than the lending of money to the borrowing governments and the regulation of the amount of money being printed at any given time. If you are skeptical about this in any way you can research both Canada’s and the United States’ central banking institutions titled The National Bank of Canada and The Federal Reserve. You can also look on any Canadian or US dollar bill and see the print that says “Printed by The National Bank of Canada and/or The Federal Reserve”.
“Most Americans have no real understanding of the operation of the international money lenders. The accounts of the Federal Reserve System have never been audited. It operates outside the control of Congress and manipulates the credit of the United States” — Sen. Barry Goldwater (Rep. AR)
The paradox behind these institutions and our monetary system is that the money that’s being printed is only lended to our governments. What this means is that when a nation borrows money from it’s central bank there is debt attached to it. For example, if the Canadian government borrows $1.00 from The National Bank of Canada, it would have to pay back that dollar plus interest. The interest amount would depend on the lending rate of the bank at the time. The lending rates vary and are completely manipulated to serve the agenda of the banking system controllers.With this said, because of the fact that debt is attached to the money borrowed by our governments, they in turn have to be able to pay back this interest.
In order to pay back this interest they have created what they call “fiscal policy.” Fiscal policy determines the use of government expenditure and revenue collection. Through this they create lending rates for the banking institutions that the general public use in Canada and the US such as Toronto Dominion Bank, Royal Bank of Canada, Chase Bank, Bank of America and so on. Fiscal policy also determines taxation regulations such as income tax. So once the government borrows money and sets lending rates and taxation rates, they now lend the money that they borrowed, which has debt attached to it, out to the banking institutions as I mentioned. From there, these banks set their own lending rates on things like deposits, personal loans, credit card interest rates, and adjustable-rate mortgages so that they can profit and also pay back the money they also borrowed. So as you can see, no matter where you are at in the heirarchy of societal structure you are enslaved by perpetual, never-ending debt…except for the bankers of course (LOL). But there’s no judgement needed there as we are all just playing roles in this wonderful and colourful game of life on Earth.
“The few who understand the system, will either be so interested from it’s profits or so dependant on it’s favors, that there will be no opposition from that class.” — Rothschild Brothers of London, 1863
To sum it up, these corporations are basically printing money that is backed by nothing and attaching debt to it, and we are buying into the idea that the concept of currency actually has any worth and that we need to abide by the idea of having debt as a way for the global economy to function. Another interesting fact to know is that 97% of the world’s currency is now in digital form. It’s just numbers on a screen! And yet we give it so much power… We believe that ‘money makes the world go round’ or that ‘money is the root of all evil’ and that it has power over us or the more that we obtain, the more power we have in the world. Yes it absolutely can make things easier within the system that’s in place -in the sense that you aren’t playing in a struggle of survival -but it does not bring us peace and it won’t ever do that.
“Neither paper currency nor deposits have value as commodities, intrinsically, a ‘dollar” bill is just a piece of paper. Deposits are merely book entries.” – Modern Money Mechanics Workbook, Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago, 1975
The true agenda behind why the current monetary system was brought into place was to enslave us. It was meant to create further limitations within our experience where we would have to obtain pieces of paper in order to survive and keep us locked in “survival mode”. It was never meant to empower us!
“Give me control of a nation’s money and I care not who makes it’s laws” — Mayer Amschel Bauer Rothschild
Money does not make the world go round nor is it the root of all evil. Money is only what we make it. Money only has the power that we give to it. One of the biggest myths on the planet is that money has power when in fact the truth is that the power given to money is our power! All we have to do is begin to take the power out of the money, see each other as one and create a system that serves the betterment of all. Imagine that, a world where money is not used for control or domination nor is it a necessity for survival. When we change how we feel about money, the world will begin to shift into a much more peaceful and less limiting experience. Ahhhh…I can feel it now!!!
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