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Bill Still Visits With Max Keiser: What Is Debt-Free Money Creation?

 

This week Max Keiser and co-host, Stacy Herbert, discuss Babyface Bernanke, Eurotarp and ‘rogue traders.’ In the second half of the show Max talks to Bill Still, director of The Money Masters & The Secret of Oz, about Fort Knox, state banks and monetary reform – specifically creation of DEBT-FREE money.

Speaking of debt-free money, most people really have no idea what this is like, or what it means.  Watch this video and you will understand.  But first, understand that Libya was NOT a welfare state.  It was not ever like Greece, which has for years been a debt-slave state which required politicians to build an entitlement welfare state in order for them to continue to be reelected by those they were enslaving.  The Libyan people worked and worked hard but here is what you didn’t know about Libya:

So, how then, you ask, could the Libyan government provide the things for its people shown in this video?  DEBT-FREE MONEY.

Now you know the TRUTH of why we (unconstitutionally) bombed Libya. It was all about central banking.  Now you understand how debt-free money can free people from the slavery of debt – and more importantly from the slavery imposed by bankers.  It also puts government back into the hands of the people because the banks can no longer control the government by ensuring that their puppets are elected.  Sadly, now the people of Libya are just more slaves to the debt merchants.

THIS debt-free monetary system is what our founding fathers intended for the United States, but their attempt failed almost as soon as the Revolutionary War was ‘won’ – when we were forced (thank you Alexander Hamilton) to repay the Bank of England for our war debts, with interest.  We were enslaved again nearly immediately and pulled back into the for-profit, private, central-banking system.

If we ever hope to put an end to our current economic nightmare, we MUST implement a debt-free monetary system. 

h/t 1lumpor2 from the Forum for the Lybia video

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