Having seen David Icke – “the best known conspiracy theorist today” commit credibility suicide live when he announced he was the son of God, live on Wogan, in the turquoise tracksuit, I like the rest of my generation, have always been mildly amused whenever people mention his name ever since.
I was therefore quite surprised to see an interesting newsletter he published back in March, and republished on an Illuminati conspiracy board about the debt, money, consumerist economy and where it has brought us – the credit crunch and the latest (bit drop in the ocean) handout of $700 billion.
As an open minded skeptic, that is I am skeptical of everybody equally, both CTers and “skeptics” alike (and everybody else as well) I’m, well an “equal opportunities” cynic about human nature, I do still regard a lot of what he says as pure “woo” of the highest order, but as I have always maintained, (and taken flack for myself on JREF) some of this does look like it could be possible.
With the benefit of hindsight, his financial rantings now seem pretty bang on. Taking on a reptilian form is still not doing it for me unfortunately..
Any JREF pseudo skeptics reading this, please do debunk (and therefore hand me back my sanity at the idea David Icke was right all along, you’ll be telling me the meaning of life is actually 42 next) any incorrect financial statements he makes that you are aware of, otherwise it looks as tho Ol’ Jesus himself had that down nearly correct at least.. lol at that.
I’ll summarise first what I have been saying since the early 1990s about the ‘economic cycle’ of ‘boom and bust’ and then have a look at what is happening today from that perspective.
It is, lest we forget, the private banks that bring ‘money’ into circulation by issuing lines of ‘credit’, which is ‘money’ that has never, does not, and will never exist. Money is merely mythical figures on a screen that is only worth anything because we take it seriously and believe it to be worth anything. It only has purchasing power because the receiver believes it has purchasing power. It’s all a mind game.
When you take out a loan from a bank (put more ‘money’ into circulation through accepting credit) the bank doesn’t print any notes, mint any coins or move precious metals anywhere. It simply types into your computer account the sum of mythical figures-on-a-screen ‘credit’ that you have agreed to be ‘loaned’.
In fact, the bank has loaned you nothing except figures on a computer file and yet from that moment you start paying interest on money that has never, does not, and will never exist. Banking is nothing more than legalised fraud and the biggest organised crime in history. The Mafia are petty criminals by comparison.
‘This is a staggering thought. We are completely dependent on the commercial banks. Someone has to borrow every dollar we have in circulation, cash or credit. If the banks create ample synthetic money we are prosperous, if not, we starve. We are absolutely without a permanent money system.
When one gets a complete grasp of the picture, the tragic absurdity of our hopeless position is almost incredible, but there it is. It is the most important subject intelligent persons can investigate and reflect upon. It is so important that our present civilisation may collapse, unless it becomes widely understood and the defects remedied very soon.’
And so to today’s ‘banking crisis’. It’s a classic.
Since the last ‘economic downturn’ (trawl of the real wealth) there has been a global orgy in ‘consumer debt’ (we are no longer people, we are ‘consumers’, just a cog in the economic machinery). By last year, Americans owed a staggering $16 trillion dollars – that’s $2.4 trillion in personal loans and $13.6 trillion borrowed for their homes.
Total US debt in 2007 (and it’s bigger now): $53 trillion.
In the UK, a nation of some 60 million compared with America’s 300 million, the debt levels have similarly soared to record highs. Personal debt in Britain passed £1 trillion ($2 trillion) in 2004, just seven years after it passed through the half a trillion barrier. It has since expanded by another nearly £400 billion and Britain’s personal debt is increasing by more than £1 million every four minutes.
The banking cartel has taken the debt to record levels because it is preparing for a record trawl. It is the vehicle for the Illuminati families to create the chaos from which they can offer their solution – a new global economic system which gives them more control than ever before. They want this eventually to be administered by a world central bank via a single world currency that would be purely electronic with no cash in circulation at all.
Interesting huh? then while writing this I found a recent documentary that asked the same question a little while ago.
and he then finishes his newsletter with this, which is when I decided that right or wrong, David’s not such a bad old nutter after all.
Only after the last tree has been cut down
Only after the last river has been poisoned
Only after the last fish has been caught
Only then will you find you cannot eat money
nobody can argue with that.