The modern conservative is engaged in one of man’s oldest exercises in moral philosophy: that is the search for a superior moral justification for selfishness.
John Kenneth Galbraith
THE OCTOBER 7th DEBATE: ABSOLUTE FAILING GRADES TO BOTH CANDIDATES
For the sake of edifying the substancelessness of the pretended debate, let me first be John Kenneth Galbraith’s editor:
Because the unjustifiable monetary system was imposed upon the people for the very purpose of unjustifiable and illimitable taking from them;
because it intentionally does so by attaching interest to our promises to pay *each other* (with no risk whatsoever therefore to a central bank which publishes money at virtually no cost);
because that unjustifiable imposition of interest perpetually multiplies debt in proportion to a circulation;
and because the process is irreversible so long as we can only maintain a vital circulation by re-borrowing interest and principal as subsequent sums of debt, perpetually increased so much as periodic interest… the dupes of either of the “two” parties are condemned to the most futile exercise in history, if they cannot and will not grasp the principles of solution.
The one side might seek unearned gain themselves (for that while, lending support to the offenses against us, to the detriment of all), only to lose all they might gain at our expense to the alpha parasite… for that ultimate loss is inevitable in the lifespan of a system which can only multiply debt into a terminal sum of debt.
Another side might swoon to the idea of rescue packages, while the alpha parasite’s takings inherently, inevitably exceed any possible benefit; and, in the end, under utter failure of a system which can only multiply debt into terminal failure, no benefit whatever is truly practical.
Of course, neither such *side* embraces solution; and so we have what we have today.
As to why Americans swoon or sleep-walk to such pathetic candidates as will purposely never raise a finger to real solution, I would leave that to you Mr. Galbraith to explain, except that I see they want a candidate who can and will solve these problems. The parties which exclude such a candidate from the process then are at the people’s jugular. Amidst all these kind words and seemingly gentle postures, they have the people by the throat.
And for the sake of usury, they don’t mean to let go.
As to the success of the people of a republic then, we can only remind them that until they can and will unite upon true solution, all they will have is pathetic, pretended philosophies which can never serve them.
Even from their demeanors, Joe Sixpack and Holy Housewife should be able to tell these two fellows are just pretenders, hoping a mere third-class catch-phrase or two is going to woo America into thinking wrongly that either one of them has prepared himself to rescue his country from obvious serious conditions, neither of them really even smelled coming.
But how could *any* presidential candidate (much less, two) speak on anything for such a while, and not once identify a governing principal, the *real* fundamental faults of government (of which they are both members), the principles of developing solution, or, more fittingly, a proof of actual solution which would perhaps have been the most remarkable political anomaly in our lifetimes?
The answer can only be that these are far lesser men than engineers of solution. They are not even men disposed to recognize solution, for in fact they carefully avoid critical principles in every matter they address.
The greatest minds and founders of our national history universally spoke out against privatization of the currency. Foremost among them of course were Thomas Jefferson, Benjamin Franklin, John Adams, Andrew Jackson, and Abraham Lincoln.
What true patriot of the principles of our country would not think that at the brink of inevitable monetary failure, these quite distinct men would not be jumping and shouting still, louder than ever, about the one question we never hear: the question of the nature of the currency?
What is wrong with America therefore ladies and gentlemen, IS government ??and what is wrong with that government is its complete abandonment of principle.
The cause of the monetary failure before us is simple. But nothing less than veritable solution of its cause will avert failure; and our country has not even raised that cause, because the enemies of justice are the very people in power and seeking power.
Usury, ladies and gentlemen, is one of the oldest ruses in history. If you can impose usury upon a country, you can dispossess its people of their wealth. You can afford to usurp its government ??even that of a republic. You can afford to own all the media. You can afford to own its political parties.
As Thomas Jefferson told us so long ago,
If the American people ever allow banks to issue their currency, first by inflation and then by deflation [by having to maintain a vital circulation by perpetually re-borrowing principal and interest as subsequent sums of debt, increased perpetually so much as periodic interest], the banks and [bank owned] corporations which will grow up around them will deprive the people of all property, until their children wake homeless on the continent their fathers conquered.
Those who render the production of the world are the true creditors in any monetary system, for it is they who must accept, risk, and depend upon the integrity of a currency. But of course, if true producers charged each other “interest” in trading equal measures of production among each other, all the interest in the world would merely cancel. There would be no justifiable purpose in concerning ourselves with interest.
When a “monetary system” instead is designed to steal from the people by pretending to be our creditor, and by claiming “risk” when it produces money at its whims and at virtually no cost whatsoever, what then is the consequence of “interest”?
As Jefferson told us,
we thus can only maintain a circulation by re-borrowing the principal and interest that we are obligated to pay out of a general circulation in servicing any sum of debt;
the circulation however is only comprised of the principal (and therefore is itself both perpetually deflated so as cannot service the sum of debt, and must be perpetually replenished, inherently by further borrowing, if we are to do so);
we therefore are compelled to maintain a vital circulation by further borrowing, to continue servicing monetary obligations which, across the limited lifespan of the system, inherently multiply, as perpetual re-borrowing of principal makes it impossible/impractical to pay the sum of debt down, and as re-borrowed interest payments therefore perpetually increase the sum of debt so much as periodic interest on the sum of debt;
the sum of debt thus inherently increases at an ever escalating rate of ever greater sums of periodic interest on an ever greater sum of debt, until the system inherently and inevitably collapses under a terminal sum of debt.
So that’s your problem ladies and gentlemen.
Now, what candidate is even about to address that question of the integrity of a currency which can only dedicate ever more of the circulation to servicing debt, while of course leaving ever less of the circulation to sustain the industry which is obligated to service that ever escalating sum of debt?
Look around you. Why do you think all of these un-mysterious things are “happening”?
What puppet or rat will guard your hen house?
When Mr. Obama says, “The middle-class need a rescue package,” the very evasion of this pretended answer tells us he will not even touch the fundamental iniquity of the system which is causing the failure. You will expire while the inherent multiplication of debt of a currency you never assented to gives all the life juices of our country to the unmentionable parasite at a faster rate than Mr. Obama’s short-sighted “package” can make up for.
In the end, and just as soon as that end imposes itself upon us regardless of Mr. Obama’s “rescue package,” usury wins.
Even worse, when Mr. McCain says, “Let’s not raise taxes on anybody today,” what he’s telling us is, to get elected, he will promise to leave you in no worse a squeeze play than you are already in, so that you can lose while he tries to soften the blow to the more important constituents of the plutocracy he has always served.
In the end, and just as soon as that end imposes itself upon us regardless of however much Mr. McCain promises not to penalize you so that he can reward all the alpha takers who intend to continue gutting our republic to the acceleration of its very end, usury wins.
In the end then, usury can only win; and usury alone can win.
Nothing has been rescued; and particularly, none of you have been rescued. The fox, the puppet, the money changer… all get a free pass.
- October 7, 2008 Debate Transcript (Commission on Presidential Debates)
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“To find the players in all the corruption of the world, ‘Follow the money.’ To find the captains of world corruption, follow the money all the way.”
mike montagne ??founder, PEOPLE For Mathematically Perfected Economy?, author/engineer of mathematically perfected economy? (1979)
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