But, as Anthony Migchels writes, "Debt-free money only solves the money creation issue, it does not end Usury. No, the way forward is simply interest-free credit-based units. That's just too simple and rational, solving both money creation and Usury. We need both money and credit, so we might as well create money as interest-free credit."
David Icke asks: "Why are Governments borrowing money from private banking systems, and the population paying interest on the borrowing? Why aren't the Governments issuing their own currency interest-free?"
And next, he adds, really of central importance: "And lending it to the population interest-free, to go about their commerce, and go about their daily lives, creating opportunities and choices, that they would otherwise not have?"
And that is the essence that you, bizarrely, will hardly hear anywhere. No, it's not good enough for the Government to claw back money creation from the Banks. The credit issue must be solved. Usury must be solved.
And it is solved by providing normal people with interest-free credit.
It's really very simple, it's hardly brain surgery. But it is completely not understood. While it is absolutely completely vital.
It's not enough to moan about Usury, the basic demand for positive change must be formulated clearly, and that is what David has done here, and it's as good as unique, and that's why I'm pointing it out, it deserves attention.
Because it is Usury that is behind the debt bubble, the derivatives bubble. It is by paying our Usury that we pay for Communism and World Government, and all the other plagues that haunt us, the wars, all the evil ideologies, the destruction of our families.
And what we want is interest-free credit for the People.
And people who ignore this, are a waste of time. This is a fact. All the political constructs everywhere in the World, are dominated by Bankers, which is why people in politics will never discuss this...The same is true of most of the 'Alternative Media'.
The issue is all-important. It's stunning they manage so well to keep it out of the public mind. Just think of all the Gold Dealers who have been creating the popular support for the coming Gold/Crypto standard. And even large parts of the wider monetary reform movement, which is mostly too obsessed with government money creation, for instance.
Nick Griffin, cruelly maligned as some Nazi by the Communist media, but a man of at least some integrity, who led a Party that had people on board who understood quite well what war is ongoing against the working masses of the West, exposed how Zionist forces had offered him and his Party, the British Nationalist Party (BNP) millions if they would bash Islam and ignore Banking. They couldn't care less about what he did for the rest.
Here he exposes the fake Zionist outlets that the Bankers built up to undermine the British Nationalist Party, folks like the EDL, including Tommy, just another fake 'hero' paid by the Bankers.
This template is universal. All the pseudo 'populists' in Europe show this exact focus on Islam and ignoring of Banking. In Holland (Baudet and Wilders), Germany, with the AdF and its lesbian ex Goldman Sachs Banker leader, the Austrians. France, with the Zionist Le Pen, everywhere, there is no exception.
And think of the poor Austrians. They used to have Jörg Haider, who promised the Banksters in their face to get to the bottom of the 2008 crash on live Austrian TV. These scumbags were reduced to muttering 'You can't say that! You can't say that!' A few weeks later he was car crashed.
The clip has been deleted from the Internet, if someone still has it, do paste it below in the comments?! It would be greatly appreciated, Haider deserves to be remembered for that.
It's not about the men, it's about the message. The message is all-important: everything revolves around Banking, and the solution is the universal provision of interest-free credit to normal people for production and consumption.
As Icke cogently argues, it's no use trying to patch the myriad problems the fundamental issue (Usury) creates, even now, when the Money Power has kicked off their endgame with the ongoing financial collapse and this 'corona' tripe.
Solve Banking, and solve the New World Order. Do not solve Banking, and keep pissing in the wind.
Very, very few people will tell you the Truth, I'm happy to report David Icke is one who does.
It certainly would - as "iniquities" and "usuries" are usually a paired expression in the Bible.
I fear, however, that this is the final step of renovation in the lives of nations rather than the initial step.
The first step is the question of sovereignty. Only the sovereignty can issue/invest liquidity in the economy of a nation as credit. The creation of wealth is taxed and re-invested. Or it can abdicate and permit monetization - allowing rival sovereignty to issue liquidity to the economy of a nation as debt to itself. The vassal then repays the interest.
As always, one must read the text that is the masterwork of 'the political' no matter which side of the debate one takes. The Princes of Jewry declare in the Protocols - "our sovereignty is in money - as in all else." In other words, their sovereignty is in the instrumentalities of monetization to nations and their governments ( 'our puppets'). This sovereignty was in historical fact given to them by sovereignties which de facto abdicated.
This abdication and the charter of the central bank for the purposes of monetization may have been written in treason and fraud, but it was still written.
Nations can only assert sovereignty through the state and its monarch. The sovereigns in money ( which today hold the currency issue) will ensure the treason of state against the nation and abolition of constitutional government, "for our impersonal puppet will be responsible. What do we care if the ranks of those striving for power should be thinned, if there should arise a deadlock from the impossibility of finding presidents, a deadlock which will finally disorganize the country." ( 10.12) In other words - stage three of e subversion where the nation is brought to a crisis.
This is compounded "by the effects of an economic crisis which will stop dealing on the exchanges and bring industry to a standstill. We shall create a universal economic crisis whereby we shall throw upon the streets whole mobs of workers simultaneously in all the countries of Europe. These mobs will rush delightedly to shed the blood of those whom, in the simplicity of their ignorance, they have envied from their cradles and whose property they will be able to loot."
Our situation today is very much like the wars of the Tetrarchy when pagan Rome collapsed.
You can't have an advanced or a free economy without interest. It all has to do with the Austrian School concept of "time preference." The worker is more present orientated, and the investor more future-orientated. When an investor foregoes the possibility of higher present consumption, which means he has lower time preference, he puts idle funds to use and lends to an enterprise, which pays the workers who have a higher time preference, thus enabling the production of a more advanced or better/cheaper product; the interest functions as compensation for the investor's deferral of present preferences as a consumer, as the reward and the incentive, in the form of a higher income, for making possible the more advanced production and a lower time preference (more civilized) society in general.
Without interest, which is not the "price of money" but the price of time, there is no reason for anyone to put idle funds to use, which would result in a very short-sighted structure of production and make it impossible to progressively enhance a society's standard of living.
The problem is not credit at interest per se, but the (government-backed) monopolization of it. The solution is a free market in credit, which just as a free market in money would limit inflation through consumers' freedom to choose which currencies to use (favoring those that better retain value), a decentralized banking system would put downward pressure on interest rates (free competition) and discourage abusive (usurious) lending practices.