The Irish Times are onto something

We nearly choked on our coco-pops this morning when we read this – The Irish Times are onto the fact that the damage to the financial system is thanks to the powers which are given to banks to create their own money. In article which is primarily about the Quinn family a few comments are absolute gems and worth quoting here.

We just hope enough people read that to realise what they need is Bogpaper to get them started on the wrongs of the financial system!

You can read the full article here.

The “sin” here is not that of any one person or company – it is the collective failure of our society to educate itself about the nature of the financial, economic and banking systems we have depended upon for our material needs. The money system we have acquiesced in having foisted upon us operates on a kind of alchemy, which allows private banking interests to generate what we rather ludicrously refer to as “our” money.

Those who interpret the meaning of these events speak as though there was a fixed pool of money which belongs to the Irish people, inferring that what has happened is that certain people have “stolen” from “us”. This is nonsense. “Our” money system is owned and controlled by the banks. This is the way our leaders have decided things should be, and there has been no appreciable dissent.

Privately-owned banks, operating all but indifferently to the public good, create and destroy money more or less at will. Consequently, all but a tiny percentage of our money system exists in a digital limbo inaccessible by the people. For every euro of money created, a corresponding debt is brought into being, and this is multiplied over time by the process of levying interest. Thus, our economy consists overwhelmingly of debt, at once spelling our salvation and our doom.

One comment on “The Irish Times are onto something

  1. Kitler
    August 18, 2012 at 6:06 am #

    Then throw out the politicians and jail the bankers and take back control.

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