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by John Kaminsky THEY MAKE beating up the world sound like a fun event. This is the world turned upside down. There’s this ad for the U.S. Navy on TV, with the rich resonant voice of actor Keith David who exhorts young men to serve in “a global force for good.” Millions of faces of murdered innocents forever…
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If imposed, it would be cause for great celebration. by David Sims THE DIRECTORS and officers of the usurious central banks are harmful to the country, so why don’t our soldiers simply shoot them as enemies? It seems like a good, swift object lesson would do much to deter the international bankers…
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by David Sims ACCORDING to the Associated Press, a Pittsburgh-area father has been charged with child endangerment after his son walked to school on a Saturday — without his father’s permission or knowledge. This government overreach is one of many symptoms of Jewish usury, which I’ll…
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by David Sims THE POWERS that be of our world talk a good talk about rights. But they don’t really mean it. They really want to control rights, so they can decide who may exercise them and who may not. And, naturally, they intend to reserve to themselves the most privileged status. As an example,…
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Essays

EZRA POUND was one of the most influential poets of his time. He was also the most outspoken, especially about Jewish bankers and the damaging effects of usury on nations and society. Pound was well-versed in history and understood that World War II was yet another bankers’ war, with its roots extending…
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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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by Kerry Bolton A FARMER in a small Russian village could have provided the key to Russia’s resurgence, and indeed to that of every state, family and individual in thrall to usury. However, the kolion has been banned as a “threat” to the rouble. Ironically, the kolion, which is designed to bypass usury…
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News

Jewish pressure and corruption causes some Argentinian Jews to defect to the Argentinian side ALL the elements of classic anti-Semitic conspiracy theory are there: Jews who made their money charging “usurious” interest; powerful gentile politicians “bought” with Jewish money; local Jews working…
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