I read something interesting...

  1. I read something interesting...

    Most of the 'money' in circulation is not physical money: cash and coins. It is represented by figures passing from one computer account to another electronically via money transfers, credit cards and cheque-books.
    The more money, electronic or otherwise, that is in circulation, the more economic activity can take place and the more products are bought and sold, the more income people have and the more jobs are available.
    But a constant theme of this Illuminati financial coup has been to create a boom by making lots of loans and then pulling the plug, causing a depression or crash. Overpaid economists and economic correspondents,most of whom have no idea what is going on, will tell you that boom and bust is part of some natural 'economic cycle'. It is not. It is systematic manipulation by the Illuminati to steal the real wealth of the world. During a boom many people get themselves into more debt. The vibrant economic activity means
    that businesses borrow more for new technology to increase production to meet demand. People borrow more to buy a bigger house and a more expensive car because they are so confident of their economic
    prospects. Then, at the most opportune moment, the major banks, coordinated by the Illuminati network,raise interest rates to suppress the demand for loans and begin to call in loans already outstanding. They
    ensure they make far fewer loans than before. This has the effect of taking units of exchange (money in its various forms) out of circulation. This suppresses demand for products and leads to fewer jobs because
    there is not enough money in circulation to generate the necessary economic activity. People and businesses can no longer earn enough to repay their loans and they go bankrupt. The banks then take over their real wealth, their business, home, land, car and other possessions in return for non-repayment of a loan that was never more than figures typed on a screen
    It sounds a lot like what we're going through now, and it was written in 2003!
    In case anyone is wondering, it's from David Icke's "Tales from the Time Loop".

  2. not really as

    raise interest rates to suppress the demand for loans and begin to call in loans already outstanding.
    isn't what happened rates didn't even go up significantly from 2003 to when this started

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