A call from the Garrigue

They’re Coming For Your Money!!!!!!

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  1. Money in it self has no value, it can be reproduced by being printed, what money is today is the production of printed notes, this is then distributed by the banking system and ends up in the finance corporations, this then becomes scarcity of money as its held within the banks, the outcome for the public is the control of the brain, such as austerity, giving the rich a morbid satisfaction of people being deprived of basic needs.

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    February 17, 2015 at 11:10

    • Money in itself does have value Don, but they don’t want you to know that. You can print as much money as you like and put it into circulation and it will just keep on doing its job.
      Right now in Greece if they printed out 10 billion Euros to pay the men their wages it would work perfectly well as well as money coming from The European Bank.
      They only pretend that it is not the same thing. Tell me what the difference is. There’s nothing of value behind any of it, there never was. There has never been enough gold in Modern times to back up the money. We were told this to make us think we needed Banks, we don’t.
      In Greece what they are after right now is the control of the ports. They’ve already stolen everything else.
      Sadly, the character who has been selected to sort out the problems for Greece is a Mole from the Banking system who will betray the people he is supposed to be saving.

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      February 17, 2015 at 15:36

      • If money has value where is the value coming from? gold has value because it is finite.

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        February 20, 2015 at 10:51

        • It’s all an illusion, the money works anyway not because of the gold but because of the works invested in it.When it was only seashells it worked just as well. It’s when people want to make money out of money itself that the system falls apart, money has to be earned through work and not printed to pay interest.

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          February 20, 2015 at 14:09

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