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The Banksters Are NOT Stupid- AGXIIK

by AGXIIK, Silver Doctors:

Reading John Mauldin’s Out of the Box article this morning a thought occurred to me. John and I shared an avid interest in astronomy in our younger years, transitioning to the study of Finance; the study of money, when forced to get serious about career choices. Once he opened that observational door, I walked in with my own thoughts regarding the study of money

With a B.S. Degree in Finance, something I vaguely recall my college awarding me in 1975, a memory not exactly certain of that event due to my minor in Beer Pong, it seems to me that the study of Finance was and is solely the study of paper money.

The study of paper money is the study of a false paradigm, a false idol as it were, a creation of people who’s notion of money is fully delusional; a loony tune substitute for real money, the precious coin of the realm for the last 6,000 years. No where was the study of gold and silver ever presented in my 3 years of intermediate and upper division courses needed to garner a sheepskin degree.

Reflecting on sheepskins, the degree was printed on paper. That, in itself, speaks volumes about the decline in the quality of education over the last 70 years. I did enough wool gathering in my 5 college years to get the real thing but that’s another story.

The study of Finance is the study of money, is the study of that byproduct of loony insane people who’re h*ll bent on reprising the same folly as those who tried to build their little worlds of paper money, at last count attempted 800 times, over the last 5,000 years. Einstein ain’t got nuthin on these goofballs. Doing this same thing over and over and expecting different results isn’t just insane. It’s 3 orders of magnitude beyond run-of-the-mill crazy.

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1 comment to The Banksters Are NOT Stupid- AGXIIK

  • Again I must encourage the SGT readers to consider the erudite blog by Colin McKay (twitter: @DerorCurrency ) linked below. The global debt system is a product of a corrupted Kabbalistic, Gnostic, “Trinity” metaphor that ruined the beauty of divine equilibrium and turned it into a weapon of financial slavery. And yes, it has been enslaving us for 5000 years, as you so correctly point out.

    We need to re-think the very basis of Double-Entry Bookkeeping. Is it really true that for every Debit there must be a Credit? And if so, why does the power of the balancing fulcrum in the middle always remain in the hands of the same evil Bankster Priesthood?

    For example, consider this one paragraph and you can see how this evil Priesthood finds logic in NIRP (Negative Interest Rate Policy):

    “When viewed from this Kabbalistic “higher” logic perspective, the mathematical expression “-1 = +1” is actually true; an object and its exact opposite are seen to be one and the same thing. A single unit of “money” is both credit and debit, liability and asset; it just depends on whose perspective it is seen from. But all things balance themselves out, when viewed from the hidden “All-Seeing Eye” perspective of the divine nothingness or Ein Sof.”

    … and note how this “logic” follows through with the heinous evil known as Compound Interest:

    “The illusion – for that is precisely what it is – that money possesses within itself an innate characteristic called “Time value”, is quite simply the greatest public deception of all time. When the arcane teachings of Hermes Trismegistus were infused and codified in el modo vinegia (“the Venetian method”) of double-entry bookkeeping in the 15th century, the twin magic arts of writing and sophistry were woven together to form the material of the magician’s cloak, and the curtain behind which the Wizards of Oz have hidden ever since.”

    Read and digest Colin’s blog, here:

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