Tuesday, September 23, 2008

The issuing power should be taken from the banks and restored to the people, to whom it properly belongs.

INVESTMENT BANKERS DON'T NEED TO BE BAILED OUT

The answer to America's problems is clear. Thomas Jefferson said it two hundred years ago. The issuing power should be taken from the banks and restored to the people, to whom it properly belongs. Let's do what has to be done, America - or do you still want to blame Muslim terrorists and illegal immigrants for America's problems; or maybe you are still hoping that somehow maybe somehow Paulson's proposed trillion dollar government bailout of the rich and well-connected will somehow trickle down to you and save you and your family from being tossed out onto the streets when your house is foreclosed on by the banks he is going to save.

Posted by malct @ 04:51 PM (1015 views)
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16 thoughts on “The issuing power should be taken from the banks and restored to the people, to whom it properly belongs.

  • “The issuing power should be taken from the banks and restored to the people, to whom it properly belongs.”

    Hear, hear Malct – this is the root of the current crisis – however, don’t hold your breath waiting for this to happen. Issuing power is the source of banking wealth and power; they will fight to the death to maintain it – literally.

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  • japanese uncle says:

    Never in history has the gravity of this issue been so widely recognized as now, thanks to the development of the internet.

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  • planning4acrash says:

    Take back the power of producing currency to yourselves, stop being domesticated, and get raw silver and gold coins and get your local shopkeeper hoarding and accepting it as the legal tender that it is! TAKE RESPONSIBILITY PEOPLE!! – Heck, you people know that you can get a gold bullion bar, go to the bank of England and get Gold Brittania’s minted for yourselves? And you go and say LET THE GOVERNMENT PRINT MY MONEY AND SAVE MY ASS. Cripes, we are in this situation now because we relied too much on the government!

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  • ju – very profound – good focus for meditation

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  • japanese uncle says:

    By the way Thomas Doerflein, a step father of the famous polar bear Knut in Berlin passed away. He seems to have been depressed after the Zoo authority told him to stay away from the bear for safety precautions. Victom of bureucracy and self-preservation of the senior officers. RIP.

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  • Could Americans really be calling for something to be state-run, nationalised and call it ‘returning it to the people?’ Never in my life have I seen so many right-wing capitalists spouting the policies that socialists have been calling for for the last few decades.
    It seems what end of the political spectrum most people are on depends on whether times are good or bad…..

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  • My heart is breaking for little Knuti and the German people for the loss of a good and decent man. My deepest sympathy to all who knew him, loved him, and admired him for his devotion in raising a little motherless polar bear.
    PATRICIA PARRISH (MEMPHIS, TN)
    http://www.legacy.com/GB/Guestbookview.aspx?PersonID=117831992

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  • japanese uncle says:

    Getting back to the original subject, financiers and privileged class behind the central banks stick to their vested interests so much simply because they are not confident enough to compete with others on the level basis. Those stinking riches are fully aware that their power is dependent on this structure, not their talent. Also they are not confident about the talent of their offspring as well, which is why they want quasi-feudal anachronistic approach in which power is inherited, rather than earned, hence seeking the now notorious ‘New World Order’. Look at the current tenant of the 1600 Pennsylvania Av, who says it all. Without his parental patronage, he could not even have made a village headman somewhere in Texas. But such system would not work successfully as fully demonstrated in the current US. The meteoric ascendance of Japan into the world scene in late 19th/early 20th century (‘Never in all the history of mankind did a nation make such a stride as Japan then’ : ‘A Short History of the World’ by H.G. Wells), mainly thanks to the social mobility from the working class to the middle-upper class, through discipline and education. In those days genuine meritocracy prevailed in the country, as seen in not a few generals and admirals coming from humble family origin, such as peasants and fishermen. The reason why I find India promising is that the same culture seems to be incubating in the country at the moment.

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  • 8. japanese uncle said…

    “Getting back to the original subject, financiers and privileged class behind the central banks stick to their vested interests so much simply because they are not confident enough to compete with others on the level basis. Those stinking riches are fully aware that their power is dependent on this structure, not their talent. Also they are not confident about the talent of their offspring as well, which is why they want quasi-feudal anachronistic approach in which power is inherited, rather than earned, hence seeking the now notorious ‘New World Order’. Look at the current tenant of the 1600 Pennsylvania Av, who says it all. Without his parental patronage, he could not even have made a village headman somewhere in Texas.”

    That’s exactly right, which is why the idea of a NWO that has carried out its mission over generations is so utterly ridiculous.

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  • shipbuilder

    are you

    r u

    MI6?

    you are such an extreme pile of twaddle

    no body could be so pre – judice as you appear to be without motive

    nothing you say makes any sense

    who do you work for?

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  • Malct, only because you refuse to see sense. Please refute the logic of my statement.
    Can a pan-generational cartel of psychopaths really maintain control over the minute details of our society and be responsible for all our ills?
    That concept is pretty insulting to you, me and all previous generations that ever believed in anything, apart from being utterly ridiculous. Such things exist in the mind of Ian Fleming only.

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  • Shippy

    Yet again I salute your logic. There is a dearth of same in the comments on this website of late.

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  • What is ridiculous is the idea that there is/was no Plan. Mankind does nothing but Plan for everything. This distinguishes him fgreatly from other life forms and has nothing to do with Darwinism which refers to the evolution of all Living species and Definitely Not the Resulting Mistakes man makes. These Plans often fail as they are most importantly un-natural by their very nature. They are not Chance,not Random and not Accidental. These symptoms are a consequence. There is Always a Plan in the first place. It may not work. It may cause problems but there is absolutely no denying there was a Plan. How these Plan are constructed is a matter of debate and in extremely important cases it would be pretty difficult to think no conspiring takes place.

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  • malct you are a conspiracist. shipbuilder is not a NWO government patsy, just someone who sees sense. Rationality, malct. Think rationally.

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  • Yes, plato – and the issue is, what was the plan? To me, the plan was to make as much money as possible for all concerned – crony capitalism – and it failed, yet again, boom turned to bust, yet again, despite the arrogance of all concerned, despite the plan, it was uncontrolled.

    To others, the plan was orchestrated boom and bust to collapse the world economy and institute one currency and government, kill 80% of the world’s population and imprison the rest, suppress technology, invent global warming, invent peak oil, design diseases and economic systems, trigger earthquakes and tsunamis, and plan pretty every terrorist attack and war in the last few centuries. All while keeping it all secret from the population and contained within a few families and across generations and nations.

    I disagree, for all the obvious reasons which i’ve pointed out on countless posts here.

    Unfortunately, those that believe and oppose the first scenario are ridiculed by association with those who believe the second.

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  • shipbuilder

    You can probably see that I’m open minded on this one. 1) The subject is too vast to be specific and the truth can be easily masked by the sheer number of events……..and……. 2) The nature of men in powerful positions is too devious to believe.
    I would hope to agree with you but I may have to agree with at least some of the ‘theories’ by way of reasonable assumption.
    Btw : One can only have so much money(which is reward). The greed for power is far greater.

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