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Ron Paul's Masonic Jewish Economics

January 4, 2012

austrian.jpegWhether or not a currency is backed by gold  makes no difference.
As long as we pay interest, it is still Masonic Jewish (i.e. Illuminati)
 economics. The real alternative is interest-free currency.

by Anthony Migchels

As we know, the Illuminati Jewish Money Power likes playing the Hegelian Dialecticgame and controlling both sides of the conflict. Clearly, they will have their answer ready when their Fiat Empire comes to it's end.

That answer may be "Austrian" Economics. Here's why "Austrian" economics espoused by Ron Paul is really another dialectic of Masonic Jewish economics.:

Murray Rothbard was a son of poor Jewish immigrants from Poland. Ludwig von Mises was a son of a wealthy Jewish financier family from what is now the Ukraine. When von Mises came to the US, he was set up with a grant from the Rockefellers.

Austrian Economics correctly identifies the manipulation of the money supply as the cause of the boom/bust, a.k.a business cycle. This is the kernel of truth necessary to give credibility to the rest of the disinformation. However, they completely ignore the wealth transfer through interest, which is the crux of the problem.


Interest has always been the Money Power's main instrument. It took control of the planet by starting wars, financing both sides, and having Governments go deeply into debt.

Interest is a wealth transfer from the poorest 80% to the richest 10%.

The global numbers are not known, but in Germany a billion dollars a day is paid by the poorest 80%. Extrapolated to the world, this means the Plutocracy drain anywhere between $5 trillion and $10 trillion dollars per year.

The US Govt loses up to $700 billion per year in debt service. That's a TARP every year. All for money that was printed the minute it was borrowed. But "Austrian" Economics will 'fix' that problem: we'll be paying it for Gold-based credit instead.

To add insult to injury: the boom/bust cycle will not change, which is the basic case for gold. Gold has been the standard for a long time and it didn't stop the Money Power from creating asset bubbles and deflationary busts.

Even under a full reserve banking system it is quite easy to manipulate the volume in circulation when you control a large part of the World's gold reserves.

So all in all  its fair to say that Austrian Economics is still Masonic 'Jewish' Economics.


All this has become relevant because of Ron Paul, of course. He is not the man Patriots think he is. In 2001, he said,
There's nothing to fear from globalism, free trade and a single worldwide currency.... The effort in recent decades to unify government surveillance over all world trade and international financial transactions through the UN, IMF, World Bank, WTO, ICC, the OECD, and the Bank of International Settlements can never substitute for a peaceful world based on true free trade, freedom of movement, a single but sound market currency, and voluntary contracts with private property rights.... The ultimate solution will only come with the rejection of fiat money worldwide, and a restoration of commodity money. Commodity money if voluntarily and universally accepted could give us a single world currency requiring no money managers, no manipulators orchestrating a man-made business cycle with rampant price inflation." -- Ron Paul, Congressional Record, March 13, 2001

Paul says gold will keep Government spending in check. He wants to cut Government spending, but is unable to explain how this would lead to different results than what we have seen in Greece: an imploding economy with a withering tax base and even higher deficits as the predictable result.

In the debate you see the Keynes-Austrian Dialectic: Spending versus Austerity. Both ignore interest, which is the hidden common ground.

People like Webster Tarpley and Paul Krugman want the Government to reflate the economy. This is correct, but the risk is that it will kill the patient which is suffering from intolerable debt service levels as it is. They both skillfully avoid the monetary system itself, let alone interest.

That's why they can't really put up a fight against the Austrians. If the economy were reflated with either debt free money, or interest free credit, the problem would be over instantly.

It is too bad Ron Paul has managed to hijack the Patriot Movement. His constitutionalism, his peaceful intentions,  his $1 trillion austerity drive combined with his modest demeanor have managed to convince many discerning and well meaning people.

paulhope.jpgHis rise and the sycophantic worship that he receives is eerily similar to that of Barack Obama in 2008.

But as long as we don't understand money and the all importance of interest, people like Obama and Paul will continue to fool us with their Voodoo- and Masonic Jewish Economics.


During modern history the financiers behind the throne clearly subjugated Governments. They don't need the State. To them it is a competitor, a dangerous one too. They will use it as long as they can control it, but they are trying to consolidate their financial power in their World Government.

Social Credit is the best debt-free currency I know: it's a Greenback created by Govt, given to the people to spend into circulation, instead of Govt. In that way, the money is located at the base of the supply line. People know where to spend the money better than govt.

Meanwhile, the gold-versus-fiat narrative is a dialectical ruse and distraction which allows them to sabotage all meaningful monetary reform.

We need a debt-free, interest-free currency which would lead to political freedom and the put humanity back on the road to fulfilling its Divine destiny.


Google "Ron Paul Freemason" for ample evidence he is a Freemason.

Austrian Economists suffer when confronted with the interest issue. Here are two recent examples:
What Gary North is not telling you about Interest
Discussing Gold and Interest with the Daily Bell

Anthony Migchels is an Interest-Free Currency activist and founder of the Gelre, the first Regional Currency in the Netherlands. You can read all of his articles on his blog Real Currencies

Mutual credit, the astonishingly simple truth about money creation

The problem is not debt, its interest

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Comments for "Ron Paul's Masonic Jewish Economics "

David said (January 6, 2012):

hank you Henry for the fascinating article by Anthony Migcels.His starting with the Hegelian Dialectic proves to me his deep understanding of the issues he wrote about.I have always been suspicious of Ron Paul.

He has swayed within certain areas,a nd his absurd book From Freedom To Fascism always annoyed me as a pander, and fruitless attempt to cover his anti Israel and war views from Jewish criticism. The revelation he is being pushed by Zionist false flag operative Alex Jones also gives me pause.Ludwig Von Misses was indeed a set up.

When I was a sophomoric Republican as a very young man,William F. Buckley,Eastern Establishment CFR/CIA, Conservative would push him as an icon,along with Trotskyite Neoconservative Frankfurt School rubbish. Does that not say it all? Could Freemason Paul, be a cipher to pull in all anti-Establishment forces and keep them contained inside the horror show called the GOP?However, as of now,Dr.Paul's attacks on the military-industrial complex,Federal Reserve,(Rothchild)Neoconservatives,and the Israeli Lobby is driving the Republicans crazy,revealing who their true masters are.His courage on those fronts deserve our praise and support.But his economics are pure materielistic dogma,and badly flawed.

Victoria said (January 6, 2012):

As far as his monetary policy goes, it is my understanding that he doesn't wish to return to an old-fashioned gold standard but to a situation that allows for competing currencies, including gold and silver, as this linked article explains:

Insofar as him not exposing the 9/11 conspiracy, I would guarantee that, privately, he understands a great deal more about the event than people give him credit for. However, it would be instant, political suicide in our present climate for him to come out as a 'truther'. The time for that would be after he is elected. I suspect that, then, as a man of peace and integrity, he would suggest something such as the 'truth and reconcilliation' hearings that took place in South Africa after the end of apartheid. This would be the necessary and welcome lancing of the boil of secrecy that has afflicted the world, and particularly America, for centuries.

DT said (January 6, 2012):

I am tired of people who have no experience or real knowledge in gold or currency being a part of knowingly or unknowingly government COINTEL programs like the opposition of Ron Paul. Especially if they are not from the U.S.A. I am a 29 year old Jeweler, Coin dealer, and within the top 5 gold buyers in northern California. . I have followed politics since a very young age and have at least ten years of actively being in the currency trade of all types from Gold to paper U.S. and World Currency. I can tell you that first they attempted to pull all silver from all coinage worldwide after the year kennedy was killed (hmmmmm. Wonder what that was about? HMMMMMM?) I wish i was alive back then and knew what getting change back at a store that actually had value felt like. People bring me say a small container of about $100 face value pre 1965 dimes and quarters now and i give them around $2000.00 for their coins.WOW! So i agree that there is manipulation going on but thats becaus us citizens are letting them. Yet the federal reserve, etc. , is laughing at us while we trade our physical valuables for paper. The biggest scam in the history of the planet. So all in all people like the man who wrote this artictle encourage and confuse people to accept a useless metal or paper currency instead of something that has multiple physical values from health benefits to many uses in electronics, satelites, semiconductors, bombs, spaceships, etc. So you can actually see why it has value. Back to Ron Paul, he is the only consistent, honest candidate I have seen in my lifetime. Nobody is perfect. He is REAL THAT"S WHY THE MAINSTREAM MEDIA COMPLETELY IGNORES HIM. Only way to watch him is youtube. And because he is a Mason does not make him Bavarian Illuminati. He has real solutions to problems unlike most politics i have seen my whole life. The author of this article can learn something from Ron Paul. Like how to not join the established New World Order Organized Crime Syndicate.

Nathan said (January 6, 2012):

Webster Tarpley thorough refutes Ron Paul's Austrian economic plan from the monetary system itself to its role and use in the Federal government. The author claims that Tarpley avoids addressing the monetary system. This is incorrect. Tarpley and others forcefully argue for a nationalized credit issuing body, directed by Congress, as is mandated in Article 1 Section 8 of the Constitution, not a private issuer like the Fed.

This, and what that credit is used for, is indeed the crux of the predicament in question, much more than interest rates. The author writes that there is a risk of killing the economy while trying to reflate it, because of the massive amount of preexisting debt on the books. Setting aside the fact that it is illegal for the US government to default - the debt of the United States shall not be questioned - there is a simple answer to this problem if it is indeed a problem at all: get rid of the derivatives. Wipe out the trillions of speculation, ban, tax and regulate derivative trading, and that problem no longer exists.

A nationalized currency, fiat or not, gives Congress - elected representatives - the power to legislate in ways that directly affect the economic well being of the country. Congress can force the President to tell the Treasury that it will issue zero percent credit payed back over 50-100 years, directly to States and regional authorities, to be contracted out at high living wages to the private sector, to build infrastructure, transportation, industry, research and development, public works, and so on. High capital intensity, high energy intensity. These are lasting investments with real multipliers.

Nationalize - not end - the Fed, and worry about interest rates later. Get some real investment capital flowing that actually does something productive for society. Bring unemployment to below 1%. Rebuild the country. Do this and interest rates will be the least of our country's concerns.

Robert said (January 5, 2012):

Ron Paul's ideological guide Ludwig von Mises had interesting connections: "...for the first years of Mises’s life in the United States, before his appointment as a visiting professor in the Graduate School of Business Administration at New York University (NYU) in 1945, he was almost totally dependent on annual research grants from the Rockefeller Foundation (my emphasis). Even after he finally landed the position at NYU, where he remained only a visiting professor until his retirement in 1969, his salary was paid for not by NYU, but from funds contributed by generous private supporters." --"The Life and Works of Ludwig von Mises", by Richard M. Ebeling, The Independent Review, Summer 2008 edition. It is also noteworthy that the Rockefeller Foundation financed major critical attacks on Social Credit by academics such as C.B. Macpherson.

This writer's take on Ron Paul's economics as a dialectical alternative to socialism I basically agree with (sadly, the "back to 1776" slogan of many Paulites disregards the implications of the intervening Industrial, Communications, and Robotic Revolutions), but his version of Social Credit is in some respects askew. For a more precise summary consult the article "Social Credit" on Wikipedia, which also provides links to substantial authoritative texts.

Victoria said (January 5, 2012):

To me, one of Dr. Paul's most outstanding characteristics is his ability to inspire others to bring out the best in themselves. This is the sign of a true leader and the reason why so many people are passionate about supporting him. And is this not a characteristic that would be exceedingly welcome in a President after so many vapid egotists have held that office? He would be like another JFK but without the charisma and the purported scandals that have besmirched that President's reputation. Ron Paul would truly be the fulfillment of the American dream that anyone, no matter how humble his background, can become President.

It's quite possible he is a Freemason, but, as someone has pointed out, he may be one of the many at 3 degrees or lower who unintentionally provides cover for the real movers and shakers above him (though, having been in government for as long as he is, he is probably well aware of the nefarious purposes for which that organization has been and, is still being, used). All one need do is look at his self-effacing demeanor to see that (unlike Obama) we don't have any egotist here. His character is admirable; he is honest, forthright and courageous and a 54 year marriage to the same woman is no mean feat in this day and age. He is well-respected and loved by those closest to him - his family - and if anyone should be able to see through his 'act', it is they.

As far as his monetary policy goes, it is my understanding that he doesn't wish to return to an old-fashioned gold standard but to a situation that allows for competing currencies, including gold and silver, as this linked article explains:

Insofar as him not exposing the 9/11 conspiracy, I would guarantee that, privately, he understands a great deal more about the event than people give him credit for. However, it would be instant, political suicide in our present climate for him to come out as a 'truther'. The time for that would be after he is elected. I suspect that, then, as a man of peace and integrity, he would suggest something such as the 'truth and reconcilliation' hearings that took place in South Africa after the end of apartheid. This would be the necessary and welcome lancing of the boil of secrecy that has afflicted the world, and particularly America, for centuries.

DD said (January 5, 2012):

Ron Paul is a freemason but so were the Founding Fathers, JFK and most, if not all, of the past Presidents and Congress persons. To denounce the Ron Paul candidacy because of this affiliation is an error. Personal integrity counts for more than affiliation.

The globalism that Paul supports in his 2001 speech is not the same as that being propagated by the NWO. The NWO bases theirs on the global organisations and fiat money while Paul sees it as being based on true peace among free peoples. The NWO conspires theirs while Paul sees it the achievement of an ideal.

When you consider the financial tyranny under which we currently live, Paul's solution of eliminating the tyrants is right on target. He does not say that usury should be eliminated..... so what? At this point, the revolution is underway. Victory, and final structures are, yet, just a dream.

To present Paul and his prescriptions in the light you have, is to totally misunderstand him. Wealth transfer through interest is not ok by you but wealth transfer via profits seems ok!

David said (January 5, 2012):

Henry: Interest on money is a natural phenomenon of a free market. Interest arises because money in the present is always worth more to an individual than money in the future. Interest is the arbitrage of that difference.

MEMO to Anthony Migchels:

"It is no crime to be ignorant of economics, which is, after all, a specialized discipline and one that most people consider to be a ‘dismal science.’ But it is totally irresponsible to have a loud and vociferous opinion on economic subjects while remaining in this state of ignorance." — Murray N. Rothbard

Michael said (January 5, 2012):

I agree that Ron Paul is not perfect. But the thing is, he's the only candidate who's platform is running against the NWO (whatever he might have said about globalism in the past). There's little left to lose at this point. Might as well try, right ?

There's no resemblance between the "Hope" of Ron Paul and the "Hope" of Obama. Obama clearly was 100% establishment. Ron Paul is not. For instance, he is the only one who wants to do something about the "Fed". We know that the "Fed" has been the blank cheque of the unelected power-elite to promote the NWO. He's Constitutionalist; Obama is not. Whatever problems there are with his policies can theoretically be worked out as we go. I say theoretically because it's not going to happen.

Personally, I don't think he'll win, because we're in Apocalyptic times, and those things *must* happen. For instance, the 6th Seal (Apoc. 6: 12-17) is next. Can't say exactly when, of course, but a big crisis should come first, and we have the possible major war brewing in the Middle East right now and the global economic melt-down due to the usurious money system. Just a matter of time for either, or both.

Mark Anderson said (January 5, 2012):

The writer raises some very salient points. Ron Paul, apart from his seemingly-honest opposition to the warfare state, is at least profoundly mistaken or perhaps even deceptive about the money issue--the most important issue of all.

But one of the others who replied to this important article misconstrues social credit. Dividends paid to the general populace under social credit are in addition to wages and salaries. And tax-funded welfare, and taxes in general, could be phased out or at least greatly reduced. And the amount of the dividend is keyed to production, and as productivity goes up, so does the dividend. The incentive is to have robust NATIONAL production, but today's make-work INTERNATIONALIST jobs, producing reams of widgets and other cheap Chinese imports, would be trimmed back considerably, and perhaps even abolished.

Social credit would make for a MORE productive society since the added purchasing power via the dividend gives producers of goods, and those who offer services, plenty of confidence that consumers can buy what is offered and clear the inventories by spending interest-free money. We have full stores and empty wallets. But we could have full stores and full wallets.

The ultimate goal of social credit is to maintain and increase production but reduce the role of human labor in such production--meaning we'd all spend less time working, but higher dividends would go to all, as sufficient automation takes its proper place. Lifelong obligatory labor just to eat and have shelter is the life of a slave. We need more production, less labor, more time and more money -- although this concept counters what we have all been taught by being scolded about the Protestant work ethic and other assorted "wisdom."

We need only think outside the box. See pump and

M. Anderson, money commentator and speaker

MK said (January 5, 2012):

Make no mistake: no one can run in the election unless they have a connection with the evil place that sells light bulbs (a.k.a. the Illuminating Co. and Sons). If you look at their track records on sensitive issues, you will clearly see who they are.

Take Noam Chomsky, for instance. Despite his pristine public image as a dissident and critic of the US government, Chomsky has always sided with the government’s versions of major events, such as JFK killing, AIDS, 911, etc. Ron Paul’s position on 911 plainly tells you who he really is. The bad guys profit from the population’s desperate hope for better future and change, and in order to fuel that psychological state, they intentionally make the world a miserable place to live.

I would pay attention to the overall flow of events and patterns rather than too many details, since details are often conflicting and may easily confuse us.

Mic said (January 5, 2012):

The author neglects to mention Paul's longstanding efforts to end the Fed which, if done, would in fact take us back to interest-free money, would it not...or am I missing something?

Anthony replies:

The FED is just a tool and the Money Power doesn't care about it, as long as it can control it's successor.

So ending the FED is just step one. If step two is a solution that is even worse, nothing is gained.

Ron Paul does NOT advocate interest free currency. He advocates the closure of the FED and continuing usury through Gold.

Michele said (January 5, 2012):

Ron Paul has been around in politics for a long time - first red flag

I knew he was a Freemason - second red flag

He's still alive and well after saying he would "end the Fed" - third red flag

Alex Jones has been pushing RP so much and for so long even though patriots are told that elections are for show and AJ has well-known jewish/zionist connections - fourth red flag

How many red flags do we need before we see through the three card trick??

Pat said (January 5, 2012):

I believe that Ron Paul is a "red herring" candidate. Sure, he says some things that people want to hear, but when you dig deeper, a disturbing picture emerges.

There are some videos on YouTube that show him on Bill Maher giving the satanic Baphomet/Goat of Mendes hand signal and there is another showing him stepping out of a car giving the same hand signal to the crowd. This alone, is a good reason not to vote for him. It told me everything I needed to know about him. There are others showing him exchanging Freemasonic handshakes. During the last election, during a Presidential debate, he was asked about his supporters believing that 911 was an inside job. Paul stated that he wishes that his supporters would stop talking about 911 being an inside job.
What a betrayal to his supporters!!

I don't know why Alex Jones and others keep pushing this guy.



Curious that no one has asked him point blank if he is a Freemason.


Dan said (January 4, 2012):

There isn't a Social Credit candidate running in this election. The choices are currently Romney and Ron Paul. Rick Santorum is a spoiler whose role is to drain votes from conservatives that don't like Ron Paul's position on Iran, the use of the military, and Israel.

I don't care for Libertarian economics either, but it could be more easily implemented for the time being than Social Credit.
By the way, should know better than to call it "Jewish Economics" just because von Mises was Jewish. By that logic, I could call Social Credit fascist economics because it was the economic model used by Mussolini and Adolf Hitler. Does that make Social Credit "Nazi Economics"?

I don't think Social Credit is necessarily fascist economics - but it sure will be labeled so, one throws around the term "Jewish Economics" in the same breath.

Dick said (January 4, 2012):

Bravo to Mr. Migchel's for another good article. He makes the
critical point that a gold currency doesn't stop the main problem; interest paid to private banks by public governments.

A gold standard is worse than the fed because a) the available
money supply can still be manipulated by private interests (and
guess who holds the gold), and b) the average supply of gold will
shrink over time relative to the needs of the economy. If you owe
200,000 units of gold for today's mortgage, it will cost a lot more
in terms of your labor in 30 years. Deflation is more harmful than
inflation to the average person, but it's great for money-lenders.

I would take exceptions with 2 points:

1. Webster Tarpley has gone to great lengths to advocate
nationalizing the federal reserve (creating a public national bank)
to issue interest-free credit for public works and industry. I
don't think it's at all fair to put him in the camp of Paul
Krugman, who is more or less an actual Keynesian.

2. I am not a social credit expert, but it basically implies that
you can just give people cash and the economy will work. So why
don't we see thriving economies in the inner cities and appalachia?

Who would work if they had free cash? Will someone keep clocking in for the night shift at the utility company because they believe in the dream of a cooperation-based economy?

The basic concept that keeps an economy running is the circulation of credit. I'll grow your food if I have an IOU to buy your shoes.

There needs to be a reliable incentive to work, which is why
government currency came to be. "The Money Masters" does a pretty good job of explaining this.

I'm all for tearing down the Oz-like edifice of the usurious "free
market" that is being revived by Ron Paul, but we can't replace it
with pipe dreams.

Tony said (January 4, 2012):

Bravo Anthony Migchels, again! This I have to send around. Been getting some irate responses to my exposures of Ron Paul lately. This article is irrefutable in opposition to his "libertarianism."

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