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Get rid of the money system, then get rid of goverrments
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[quote:gembouncer 4933477:MV85ODA3ODlfMjg0MzI2MjZfQTIzRTNEOEI=] [quote:shiny 4933477:MV85ODA3ODlfMjgzODQ4ODRfRjNGRkM3NTI=] Can we say that an authority, can be as hypnotic, as gold? [b]The power of the Nazis, and Goering's slave-industry.[/b] Was that an effective coining of gold, from blood? Hmmm. [/quote] More on coining metals from blud... [quote:] http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Reichswerke_Hermann_G%C3%B6ring [b]Reichswerke Hermann Göring[/b] was an industrial conglomerate of Nazi Germany. It was [b]established in July 1937[/b] to extract and process domestic iron ores from Salzgitter that were deemed uneconomical by the privately held steel mills. The state-owned Reichswerke was seen as a vehicle of hastening growth in ore mining and steel output regardless of private capitalists' plans and opinions, which ran contrary to Adolf Hitler's strategic vision. In November 1937 Hermann Göring obtained unchecked access to state financing and launched [b]a chain of mergers[/b], diversifying into military industries with the absorption of Rheinmetall. Göring himself supervised the Reichswerke but did not own it in any sense and did not make personal profit from it directly, although at times he withdrew cash for personal expenses. After the Anschluss the Reichswerke [b]absorbed[/b] Austrian heavy industries, including those owned by private German investors. The cluster of steel mills and supporting companies in Linz became its most important asset. Nazi leadership regarded captured assets as the property of the state and were not willing to share the spoils with German businesses. After the dismemberment of Czechoslovakia the Reichswerke absorbed between 50 and 60 per cent of Czech heavy industries. The pattern was repeated in occupied Poland, France and the Soviet Union. The Reichswerke [b]operated captured assets[/b] as far from its base as Liepāja in Latvia and Donetsk in Eastern Ukraine. It provided one-eighth of German steel output during World War II and created a Nazi-controlled military complex that was independent of private interests. [b]By the end of 1941 the Reichswerke became the [u]largest company in Europe and probably in the whole world, with a capital of 2.4 billion reichsmark and about half a million workers[/u].[/b] [/quote] Now, it says above that "By the end of 1941, RHG was the largest company in the whole world. Tell me now, where exactly were the German Generals and soldiery at the end of 1941? They were starving, and having their feet turn black from frostbite. Hence, you cannot discuss ore/metals/bullion/specie with any intelligence, until you understand blud and forstbite and hunger, and how these correlate directly into gold coins in a fat man's money bag. What is the difference between Goring, and Oscar Schindler of the fine Hollwodd film "Schindler's List"? As the dude says in the movie "What is money, compared to a human life?" The irony here is as thick as austrian syrup. [/quote]
2 things the human race will have to combine and achieve before we evolve.
if we don't, it will be like a stagnant parasite within us all.
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