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No clue?

But you are on here 24/7 saying people have been defrauded in dealing with banking because they didn't receive money - your definition being money is what the majority conduct trade with in the majority of cases.

Yet here you are openly stating you have no clue if such if they are actually a majority !

So you can't even guess at how many of the peoples that populate this planet call ten pounds note money? 50%, 51% 60%?

:lol:

I said I didn't know the number.

I do know that it's a majority.

2/10 must try harder.

I've done all sorts in all sectors. I'm working in the energy sector atm.

Lovely.

Ever defrauded more simple folks than yourself using a system that looked like what they think is money but actually wasn't?

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I said I didn't know the number.

I do know that it's a majority.

2/10 must try harder.

So 6 Billion on the planet and at least 3 Billion call tenners money. Righto.

Do they say the same for Norwegian Krona or Hong Kong Dollars?

Ever defrauded more simple folks than yourself using a system that looked like what they think is money but actually wasn't?

Nope.

Edited by Alan B'Stard MP

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So 6 Billion on the planet and at least 3 Billion call tenners money. Righto.

oh, i'd imagien much more - something like 5.7 or 5.8 billion.

Do they say the same for Norwegian Krona or Hong Kong Dollars?

Yep.

Nope.

No bank account or credit card?

I applaud you. I had to recently fire up a new bank account myself, was painful to do but needs must and all that.

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oh, i'd imagien much more - something like 5.7 or 5.8 billion.

Yep.

But most Hong Kong Dollars are commercial bank credit.

5.8 Billion people think commercial bank credit is money.

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But most Hong Kong Dollars are commercial bank credit.

5.8 Billion people think commercial bank credit is money.

In hong kong, if you are right.

In the UK though, pounds and pence.

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In hong kong, if you are right.

In the UK though, pounds and pence.

The UK doesn't exist. You cannot form a logical argument based on fantasy. You must give up this habit.

I'm glad you now argue that most people think commercial bank credit is money.

Of course you have some backtracking to do in other areas.

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The UK doesn't exist. You cannot form a logical argument based on fantasy. You must give up this habit.

Yes, the uk doesn't exist.

As outlined above, lots of people think it does and this changes what they see as money. (Vast majority of humanity, certainly.)

I'm glad you now argue that most people think commercial bank credit is money.

In hong kong, if you are right which I have no clue about either way.

In the UK, nope. Pounds and pence.

Of course you have some backtracking to do in other areas.

Can't see why.

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Yes, the uk doesn't exist.

As outlined above, lots of people think it does and this changes what they see as money. (Vast majority of humanity, certainly.)

Okay so they see money - as being money in certain countries.

In hong kong, if you are right which I have no clue about either way.

Good. So Hong Kong banking is perfectly above board.

In the UK, nope. Pounds and pence.

But we also have physical commercial bank credit in the UK.

Good. So we have established that UK banking is above board too.

Edited by Alan B'Stard MP

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Okay so they see money - as being money in certain countries.

Yep.

Good. So Hong Kong banking is perfectly above board.

As long as what the majority of people think is happening is what is actually happening.

But we also have physical commercial bank credit in the UK.

No clue what this means. What's bank credit again?

Good. So we have established that UK banking is above board too.

No, we've established it's a fraud on several counts.

1) people think there are such things as countries - there aren't (but this fraud allows some to eat at others expense)

2) people think that the notes and coins within those countries are the only form of money around

3) bankers misrepresent their position vis a vis the amount of notes and coins they have in order to make themselves richer

Fraud fraud fraud all the way down.

Edited by Injin

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