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Fractional Reserve Banking

David SimsEssays

by David Sims THE BIGGEST FINANCIAL problem that the United States has is the way its money system works. Prior to 1913, Americans had a pay-as-you-go kind of national money system, which worked as well as you might expect. But certain people wanted to play a trick, and the trick is called usury. Usury…
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EDITOR’S NOTE: Despite denials in this System article, it is clear that the Federal Reserve was “taken” along with Bangladesh’s central bank. It is claimed that only a typographical error on the part of the hackers prevented the loss from being $1 billion instead of the $80…
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by Alan Kidd A BILLIONAIRE Zionist Jew named Paul Singer (pictured) is dragging Argentina into a Manhattan (read: Jewish-dominated) courtroom — for the second time — in an attempt to force the largely White South American country to pay his hedge fund $1.7 billion. Singer’s fund…
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The only real solution is to create and distribute money at the base of the pyramid rather than to those in the top of the pyramid. by Charles Hugh Smith EDITOR’S NOTE: Mr. Smith’s conclusion, which is essentially the same as that of C.H. Douglas in his Social Credit, is correct, with one exception:…
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by Max Musson ACCORDING TO those who promote European union as an idealistic aim and those who promote the EU as the embodiment of that ideal, such a union is intended to be beneficial for all concerned — a state of affairs in which each member state is stronger and more secure because of the fraternal…
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“Stress tests” are only necessary because of the inherently fraudulent nature of fractional reserve banking, which creates money out of thin air and never has enough funds to meet depositors’ claims. THE US Federal Reserve has rejected the capital plans of US branches of Germany…
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