A medium of exchange for goods and
- In that sense money can be anything.
It could even be paper which has no intrinsic or very little value in itself; Or it could
be gold something that holds vaue initself [since it is cannot be created artificially at
Check- a personal Paper
Note indicating a promise to pay. So would you say that this is a
negative or a positive? I would like to suggest that it depends on how
you look at it as it could be either a negative or a positive depending
on what it represents. Let me explain ...
Let me explain my theory - you see all our energy is positive -
that check from your employer which you repositioned into the bank represents
positive energy. However it was replaced or depositioned by a 'legal note' (paper or
electronic) which represents a promise to pay by government. Now since government does not
create the value represented by our currency it can only be based on of its citizens ability to
create work to pay for it. By that mechanism for every $100 YOU EARN $108 [$100 plus interest]
HAS TO PAID BACK.
Since a promise to pay is a negative the fiqures represented
by our reposits and the banks deposits are not positives but rather negatives. Therefore since
what we put into the bank were positives that were replaced by negatives - the government owes
us since the currency we use are only negatives or promises to pay.
Before I go further let me clarify, since the notes we call
currency are not created by government but rather are created by a third party the government
must pay those third party creditors back with interest.
Therefore the notes created by your reposit what you put in -
representing positive energy are deposited wih legal government notes which represent Iou's or
negative energy to a third party creditor. Currently the cost of every dollar created in Canada
in this matter according to the Government of Canada's own literature is
Ironically if Canada printed her own money without using a third
party Canada would own no debts to any third party since all currency
created would simply represent the value created by its citizens. In international
exchang the value of one currency relative to another is strickly based on the estimate of the
relative value its currency represents in the respective countries.
Simply put banks really are solely here to serve us and
facilitate the exchange of our goods and services. However today since no nation prints its own
money its currency represents a debt to a third party creditor.
So when we look at bailing out of the banks because of their
bad investments - fundamentally the reasoning is flawed. We don't need the banks as much as the
banks need us. The critical focus should be on the 'one who lays the golden eggs' that is 'us'
and not the receiver of that benefit. In bailing out the banks we seriously dilute the unit
value of our currency and buying power of our currency.
If the amount of currency printed exceeds our ability to create
value then the owness of creating that value must be passed onto future generations and this is
the real tradegy. What we do future generations must bear the full brunt of that
Not let me ask you 2 questions?
The First has to do with some quick fast tracking.
Q1: If every dollar of currency created creates a debt as it does
in Canada of 1 dollar plus 8%, how long do you think it would be before all nations would
be hopelessly in debt to the point that all value created would go to third party
This was a subject hotly debated in the 18th century whereby they
foresaw as the envitable result of a debt based system as the ultimate destruction of all
civilizations. This can only be the end game scenario when more homage is paid
to greed, power and the corruption of fundamental principles concerning value then that
which paid to its value creators - humanity itself.
Q2: If we are in fact the originators of all value, to who
then would that government debt apply? Ultimately that debt is owed to us since we are the
value creators. It appear that through bait and switch legislation our positive money has been
replaced with negative currency.
So if my reasoning is correct not only have we been robbed of
100% of the value we create we also incurr a double whammy by taking on as surety another
100% of debt plus interest. If the truth be said we in fact owe nothing to nobody if
truth and lawful justice would prevail. Certainly if we disregard the ethics, the
principle if not the interest would cancel out. Simply put in this debt based I hope you can
see now how we have been scammed to be perpetual debt slaves.
''Now whether my suppositions are true or not "the real answers
my friend are blown in the wind" so to speak. My purpose here is to get you to think and ask
the hard questionsand like the child point out that, "the emperor has no clothes"", that the
"Lion Bank has no teeth" and come from the position of your own self worth as value
creators. We as value creators are in a position of creating infinite wealth - there
is no limit to the value we can create.
Supposedly governments as are banks are theoritically created
to serve us. As in the movie 'The Matrix' it now appears that the machine we created
to serve us is now the master.
To understand how a mechanism can legaly enslave us we need to look at two other areas and that
is the legal world and the world of nature and to understand the distinctions and how it
governs our privacy and our freedoms/
Next GO TO - The Artificial and Natural World