“It’s the usury, stupid!” — Understanding the Modern Money Con

Offspectrum with James Farganne

As I was in New York City on 9-11-01, lived through the trauma of that event and its aftermath, and later learned that it was perpetrated by Mossad in tandem with a domestic bunch of zionist dickhead traitorous scumbags (Cheney et. al.), I would like to commemorate the 12th anniversary of that event by dealing the elite money power – which plans, funds, and executes all such false-flag, black magic events – a good, hard kick in the nuts.

Let me begin with a disclaimer. Though I studied philosophy and classics, and am quite able to deal with subtleties where they count, when it comes to politics, or finance, or any other area of human activity that is rife with dishonesty and corruption, I am extremely simple in my approach. This is because I have found simplicity to be a valuable tool – a samurai sword that cuts straight through the knot of confusion that inevitably arises from systematic dishonesty, legalistic chicanery, and institutional perversion.

Simplicity, or common sense, or seeing your nose in front of your face, or calling a spade a spade, and not giving a rat’s ass who tries to talk you out of it with fancy language, is an inborn faculty that is stunted and discouraged in the process of “higher education”. Exercising it can save you a lot of time and mental energy otherwise wasted dealing in arcane systems of false logic designed only to obfuscate crime, to justify fraud, and to make criminals seem like legitimate members of a free and functioning society (not).

That said, if you read this thing all the way through, please don’t bother writing to me arguing about the finer points of whatever complex reality-model you have chosen. In this article I am just going to use that samurai sword to cut to the black, putrescent heart of the matter, and I don’t care if there are a few factual casualties along the way. My point will stand.

I am going to talk about money. I am not an economist, not even an armchair one. I don’t bother with long, arduous diatribes about fiscal matters. I don’t care about all the complicated lingo, nor am I intimidated by people who brandish it. As far as I am concerned, it is primarily a lexicon of misdirection. Austrian economics doesn’t fool me for a minute. Libertarians can get bent. Goldbugs I can understand, but sometimes they just fill me with contempt. Gold can serve as a stopgap to save your ass and get it through yet another financial catastrophe engineered by the global money power. Having your stash of gold does nothing to fix a monetary system in which insecurity and angst are so endemic that you feel the need to hoard it in the first place. Your stash does nothing to make the world a better place for posterity. You can’t eat gold, much less paper, so who cares if there’s gold behind the paper? Well, the very rich do. Gold has always been the King’s metal, and it always will. It seems obvious to me that any system favored by the congenitally wealthy is going to be anathema for us commoners. Money is created and controlled by vampires and rapists. They love gold more than anybody. They are about as evil as people can get, so I don’t see anything positive coming from them.

Anyway, although I am not well-versed in the finer points of economics and finance, I can see some basic facts (to be further illustrated below) that I have learned about modern money and those who issue and control it, and I feel comfortable letting common sense take it from there.

Common sense tells me this:

The world financial system is a circuit board. The designers of the circuit board rule the world. Currency (current) is inducted and regulated (via institutional and regulatory components analogous to those on your computer motherboard) so as to achieve the results that the rulers want. It is all a rigged game. When they amp up the current, we get booms; when they cut the currency, we get busts. The magnetic induction mechanism is called usury. Modern “money” isn’t money, but implicit debt. That’s because the circuit board masters create it out of nothing and lend it into circulation (to corrupt governments) at interest. When they cut the current, and the debt cannot be repaid, they take real wealth as collateral. In today’s world, collateral includes people. Your birth certificate is a bond. Sad but true. The bankers own you.

Another way to look at this debt-based monetary con is that it is a form of black magic. All magic is ultimately a psycho-spiritual phenomenon, and black magic money is no exception. The magic money witches and warlocks conjure the stuff into existence – think a goat-headed parlor magician pulling a twelve-headed medusa pig out of a yarmulke – and once they have quickened it with value by tethering it to people’s greed, they use it to harness and exploit our most basest fears and desires. This is not difficult to see. After all, everybody needs food and shelter. Everyone fears being homeless, hungry, going without the basic comforts and necessities of life. In this black magic money system, virtually the only guarantee of securing these is obtaining and hoarding money that is in fact debt. In the context of rampant consumerism, this debt-money transmutes fear into greed, and in doing so, it demeans our spirits and degrades our souls. It makes us slaves who think they are free. But worst of all, it is not even the guarantee of survival and comfort it is supposed to be. With one nod of a dapper head in some lofty suite in the City of London, all your hard-earned black magic debt-credits can be atomized. Just like that. In the meantime, it is being dissolved, corroded, eaten away, slowly, day by week by month by year, in the form of inflation, a kind of occult voodoo tax. You see, black magic money is a commodity, and the magicians exact a price (interest) for its use. Usually the price is your time, your labor, and some degree of your divine spirit. When wars are fought to protect or extend the banksters’ control, the price extends to flesh and bone.

So, in a nutshell, here’s the con. Private bankers create money from nothing. Bribed governments borrow it into circulation. The bankers create the principal, but not the interest, making the debt mathematically impossible to repay. The collateral is real wealth – land, infrastructure, resources, even people. There are a lot of details I am leaving out, such as the fractional reserve credit creation system practiced by commercial banks – a con of dizzying proportions – but that’s modern debt slavery in a nutshell. An intelligent grade-school child undamaged by the bankers’ poison vaccines could understand this scam, and yet it eludes most grown adults.

The world of fraudulent finance is confusing because it has to be. If it wasn’t, the crimes of the bankers would be way too obvious. Its mendacious and unnecessary complexity attracts con artists and lazy buttholes who like to hoard gigantic batteries of current while watching those deprived of it kill each other in induced wars, or die in induced starvation. The black magic money conjurers are intergenerational satanists. Most of them are Khazarian (imposter) Jews who worship the Devil and called it G-d. They believe that their god’s dispensation, along with their genius for using deception to enslave people, makes them a superior species. According to their holy book the Talmud, the rest of us are mere animals to be robbed, raped, and otherwise exploited. They are eugenicists. To keep their business in the family and their DNA pure, they inbreed and intermarry. They abduct children from loving families via “child services” divisions of governments they own, and those children end up in pedophile rings, or on the altar of sacrifice.

These crime families’ most notorious names are Rothschild and Rockefeller. More info on the top 13 bloodline families can be found here:

http://www.bibliotecapleyades.net/bloodlines/

One way these bloodline families control this energy ranch we call home is that they create huge foundations which in turn fund think tanks, research institutes, and universities, where brainy people with inferior moral intelligence are handsomely paid to generate ideas that are generally positive for them (the bloodlines) and bad for the rest of us. Among those who partake of bloodline foundation funding are the mainstream econotards, who are paid to further the fraudulent monetary system, give it an air of respectability, and make it as dauntingly confusing as possible so that the average man or woman will never learn the simple facts of what modern “money” really is and where it comes from.

So it is possible, in certain circles, to encounter people who have spent years and years studying economics, becoming econotards, so-called experts in the “field”, and they will tell you, with a straight face, that this “field” of economics, of which they have gained such mastery, is a “science”. In fact, yes, finance is every bit as much a science as electronic engineering is. But that’s not what they mean. They wouldn’t understand the circuit board analogy, and if you told them the most elementary facts about what modern money really is, and where it comes from, and how it works as a scam to separate real wealth from the producers of it, they wouldn’t know what to say. Their brains, by the time they have been rewired to internalize and retain all the jargon and bullshit, have been retrofitted with circuit breakers. Like the circuit breakers in that panel at the back of the storage closet in your house, they are designed to “throw” when the circuit suffers overload. So you have to humor them when they talk about how their “field” is a “science”, because they are just flashing a kind of Buck Rogers badge, a trinket credential they were given to whip out during cocktail talk in return for lobotomizing themselves for Mammon. In fact, they know nothing about the real science of black magic money. This rather astonishing fact is nonetheless true.

As much as it nourishes the econotards’ egos to become experts in a needlessly and dishonestly complex “field”, the reality is really dead simple. The reality is that private interests create money from nothing and bribe government officials to borrow the stuff into existence, putting up their nation’s land, resources, and people as collateral: the collection of which is – thanks to the mathematical impossibility of repaying such a debt – INEVITABLE.

That’s the scam. That’s it. Everything else is just needless obfuscation. Everything else is a smokescreen. I am not impressed when Ron Paul goes on about “auditing the Fed”. Ron Paul should know by now that the Federal Reserve is a privately-owned banking cartel, and that it has enslaved America with debt currency. If Ron Paul was a real hero of the people, then Ron Paul would be risking his neck to communicate this great truth, to make it common knowledge – but doesn’t, and he won’t, because if he did, the black magic money warlocks would crunch him like a potato chip, and he knows it. That is how dire the situation is. To see the simple truth of it, and to watch the stupidity of all public financial debate steeped in ignorance of that simple truth, is to live in ongoing pain and frustration. It feels like being consigned to the special needs ward of a prison where the drooling inmates are attempting to discuss theology.

Here is what needs to happen if we are to create a tolerable world for our descendants:

First, we must rip the banking families, the circuit board masters, the black money magicians, out of their palaces, divest them of all their ill-gotten wealth, put them into prisons, and study them until we understand every cause and every symptom of their underlying psychopathy.

Second, we must outlaw usury, especially as it takes the form of debt currency. A lot of people bitch about fiat currency. That’s not the issue. Usury is the issue. No more private entities creating money out of nothing and lending it to governments at interest. PERIOD. What will replace interest as an incentive for investors? Instead of relying on collateral to ensure a profit, investors will have to take calculated risks, and choose their investments more wisely. In a usury-free world (as can be seen in sharia or Islamic banking), investors only make money if the investment is profitable. If it fails, they lose money, and that is the price of their poor judgment. The investor takes responsibility for his choice; it doesn’t come out of the flesh of the borrower, unless the borrower has been grossly negligent or is guilty of fraud.

Third, each nation must establish its own debt-free fiat currency. Yes, FIAT. That simply means the money is a public commodity, a convenience that enables commerce, and not a disguised form of public debt. The job of economists will then be to adjust the money supply so as to avoid paucity or overabundance, thereby keeping prices stable and goods affordable and avoiding the boom and bust cycles that the current money masters engineer so as to transfer real wealth from us to them.

Fourth, we must construct the new financial system in such a way that dishonest behavior becomes somehow automatically self-defeating. I’m not sure how this will be accomplished, but I am sure that it can. For starters, we should subject every potential manager of the money supply to a battery of psychopathy tests. In fact, this should go for every candidate for every political office. On top of that, we can look to examples like Ghaddafi’s Green Book, in which that admirable man, despicably murdered by globalist-paid thugs, described a true democratic system of government in which it was all but impossible for any public official to get away with fraud, because political service was non-career and mandatory, like jury duty, and everyone was watching everyone else like a hawk to ensure they were not profiteering from their position. Ghaddafi’s system of democracy shows that such built-in anti-corruption safeguard measures are feasible. Maybe that’s one reason why the banktards and govtards at the UN had to destroy his beautiful country – that, and the fact that he refused to betray his people by borrowing their money into circulation from the same private banktards that arm NATO and own the UN.

Recently it was reported that Hungary had paid off the IMF money masters, kicked them out of the country, and begun to issue debt-free national currency. If that is true, then it is the best news I have ever heard in all my life. The only way out of the debt slavery system that is modern finance is to ban usury and jail anyone guilty of it. A strict prohibition of all usury, and the institution of national debt-free currencies which are nothing more than public utilities to facilitate trade – this is the only solution to debt slavery, and any discussion or proposal that does not include these measures is just more bullshit to be shoveled off the path and into the ditch.

One writer and activist who is doing everything in his considerable manly power to promote this message is Anthony Migchels of the Netherlands. His articles on the subject have dealt a great deal of damage to the goldbugs and other precious metals shysters who have been profiting from people’s insecurity and ignorance in these apocalyptic times. Anthony knows exactly what the problem is, and he is tireless in pointing it out – usury, usury, usury. As long as the issuing bank is charging usury, and as long as the commercial and investment banks are practicing fractional reserve lending, it’s the same old con despite new appearances. Usury must be banned, destroyed, the very concept enshrined in the reliquary of eternal evil. When I posted the story about Hungary on Facebook, Anthony wasted not a nanosecond in calling bullshit on it. He claims that actually the Hungarian forint continues to be a debt-bearing currency. He sent me the following video to back up his claim:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gpQs_khGgOM

I’m not yet sure what the situation in Hungary really is, but I sure do appreciate Anthony for his ruthless skepticism. It is needed. We are living through an apocalypse, which means literally a “revealing of things hidden”, and in the process we are able to behold not only the revealed ugliness, but also the universality of the deceit that has done the hiding. Sorting out the criminals, restoring justice and sanity to our broken world, will require specialists in complexity, but it will also require people of simplicity who resolutely point to the simplest and greatest truths and who insist that they be seen and recognized, and who will never rest until the last bullshit artist has been clapped in irons, until the last false smokescreen solution has been discredited and thrown away. Anthony Migchels is leading the way. I strongly suggest you visit his blog, and connect with him on Facebook if you are so inclined.

Please spread this simple message wherever, however, and to whomever you can:

“It’s the usury, stupid!”

Anthony’s blog: Realcurrencies.wordpress.com

One final word on money utility. It might be argued that money, as a utility, commands a rent, or a fee to cover costs of upkeep. Let’s examine this notion by considering an analogous case of rental.

You want to move house, but you don’t want to buy a big truck to move all your stuff. It’s a lot of trouble to buy the truck, and you have to worry about whether you can fence it for a profit, or take a loss. There are people who own trucks for rental. They maintain the trucks. That maintenance costs them. Eventually the trucks become unrepairable and die, so they must be replaced. These business costs, along with the labor of keeping the rental business together, justify the rental charge.

So, you do the rational thing and you rent the truck.

Money does not wear like a truck. It takes no more maintenance than the brainpower required to keep the supply stable. Brainpower, compared with fossil fuel and spare parts, is relatively cheap. Even a 6% interest charge is a travesty, a scam of monumental proportions, and it must be stopped.

If a nation decides to issue a non-debt currency, there might conceivably be a very small tax to cover the costs of printing and the salaries of the economists charged with keeping the currency viable and stable. My ballpark estimate is that this charge would constitute far less than 1% of the currency issued. This charge would not qualify as usury, but as a business expense every bit as justifiable as that charged by the rental truck company.

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