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Subject the "debt" game is a cruel joke. why can't people see that it all goes back to funds created out of thin air by central banks?
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Original Message officials whine about the "debt" problem, but it is all created because governments give permission for central banks to rob the people by having to pay principal and interest on fiat money. central bank costs are for printing, paper, employee salaries, buildings and bribes. certainly, after years of mingling funds that are created through honest goods and services make it somewhat more complicated than that, but the essential problem goes back to the fact that "governments" (which are for the most part merely corporations trying to steal as much as they can through investments such as the CAFR funds in the US) allow central banks to operate a ponzi scheme.

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"A hundred billion [euro] is put up for the Spanish banking system, and 20 per cent of that money has to come from Italy. And under the deal the Italians have to lend to the Spanish banks at 3 per cent but to get that money they have to borrow on the markets at 7 per cent. Its genius isnt it. It really is brilliant."

he was being facetious, but it is brilliant if you are a criminal, and who are the ultimate beneficiaries?

remember, the 3 percent goes to central banks who pick up whatever part of the loans that no one else wants, so they get their 3 percent PLUS PRINCIPAL for nothing more than a few cents worth of paper and ink.

why do government officials never utter this truth?

"it's the central banks, stupid!"

maybe because the central banks have a large bribery slush fund. who wouldn't if they could get the funds for a few cents worth of ink and paper.
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