The incredible jiggery pokery when it comes to this list, money, law, politics, which is who governs the nations money and how. Money as defined by me here is a means of exchange for a thing or things of an agreed upon return for in value. I think that’s a fair assessment of what money is, but you can think that through for yourself and research to aid your thinking process’s. Now the big deal about the secrecy behind banking and finance and government budgeting is exposed in good order through simple easy to understand explanations that do not take much savvy to grasp at the first instance here: Link.
So, if you haven’t watched the video yet I’ll sum up enough to continue with. What it basically says is that these government offices all over the world are not stupid enough to give money away when the investment markets will grant returns on commercial ventures that generate more funds through Capitalising on the efforts of others. A. One funds, B. One insures, C. One re-insures and D. Returns are made to investors from profits made, simple, right? Think it through, it’s in every single Public Office records and dealings. Learn to spot it in the newspapers, media, internet news etc.
So, we’re already on a good footing now to get our teeth into some real deal money matters. All governments have bonds to sell, UK has Gilt Bonds, along with some other European countries. US has their Treasury Bonds, which make up about 99.9% of the Federal Reserve Bank’s spending quota per annum. Yes, that’s right, the Fed prints the dollars on the backs of debts bought from the US Treasury to facilitate the annual quota of notes issued per current fiscal year. Link. Link. Link. Link. Explanations to follow.
I realise the above four links may seem daunting, but like anything there is a method to approaching, breaking down, recognising similarities and concluding based on information gleaned. I’d like to say that amidst all the hoo harrary it is invaluable to first contrast that against what is the basis for it in its most simple form. Its most simple form is barter, which leads us to the Commercial Redemption maxim that “There Is No Money”. It leads us there, because in understanding the barter system, which is also known as money of exchange, or rather better to describe as money in exchange, as that’s what occurs. We exchange within deals, which are contracts, which depending on the contents of the contracts are paid, in full, upon exchange of goods relating to the contracts. Fair? Let’s go on, you’re doing great.
So, if in a scenario as may have taken place before the Industrial revolution where the societies had grown from being first nomadic, then to agrarian to industrial. A simple exchange may be thus. I have two goats and you have ten chickens, you want some goats milk so you give me chickens eggs in returns for some. In this scenario we can see there is a common sense solution whereby to exchange one goat and five chickens would make us of equal means to goods from natural sources, right? So, the start point of understanding the money system has begun, because barter is a form of money by the definition of money.
The Law: Merchant Law – The Roman Civil Law system was a highly sophisticated thing, which largely still exists, developed by Greek philosophers who would travel and preach their philosophies during the time the cradle of Western civilisation came into being. Greek thought is still famous and modelled out the best ways for societies to flourish by following simple guidelines that eventually grew into the Roman Empire, and more. Within the Roman Law system, link, which was very protective of its citizenry, there were lesser law forms that may not necessarily be of lesser importance in day to day life. Basically all living was under the Roman Laws within the Empire and it was a working model designed and perfected to encourage life and happiness with dignity. While all of those things were under constant attack and obviously the Empire fell because of those outside attacks, possibly born from complacency and handing over the account books to the Jews. Ok then, definitely for that sole reason, as we can see mirrored in today’s Jewish take down of the modern construct Post-World War 2.
Obviously today people don’t want to think and have grown short-sighted to the point where their optic nerve ends where the television begins, but I shall continue for those who are lifting their spirits higher than the flames of hell the Jews are trying to waft on God’s green Earth here today. The next caveat of information that slots into the historical jigsaw is the Lex Mercatoria, or The Law of Merchants, the merchant law, now known today as Commercial Law. This is a very broad scope of law that is of such importance that I beg you consider each thing carefully that your understanding then is precise, clear and exact. Here are some videos I made back in the day that will give you a great grounding as to what Commercial Law in fact is and how it is used in today’s construct, together with the Constitution being bashed in each and every country by the Internationalist Jews. I hope they’re as informative as I recall them to be, and I can’t see why they aren’t as I took my studies from a plethora of sources such as Roy Goode’s Commercial Law books Editions 1 and 2, Commercial Laws of the World in 56 Volumes, The Law of Trusts and Trustees 1st edition, The Black Book of Admiralty, The Law of Trusts and Equitable Obligations 5th edition, Commentaries on the Laws of England by Blackstone, Fideicommissum, Introduction to the Study of the Law of the Constitution, Introduction to Actuarial Science and a whole load of Statutes deciphered, together with video tutorials, court experience and further writings on the internet from source, Bank of England, Federal Reserve sites, etc. So many sites, really. Here are the links to the explanation videos in two parts. Put on your 3D glasses now. Link. Link and a bonus. Link. Please enjoy.