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  25.   <title>The International Banking System: agen bola</title>
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  27.   <description>2016-11-28 17:29: comment by &amp;lt;a href=&amp;quot;;quot;&amp;gt;633cash&amp;lt;/a&amp;gt; on &amp;quot;he nternational anking ystem&amp;quot;:&amp;lt;br/&amp;gt;his is great and really informative.. &amp;#039;ll keep following your web and your article, thanks for sharing :)&amp;lt;br/&amp;gt;games&amp;lt;br/&amp;gt;;lt;br/&amp;gt;praturan&amp;lt;br/&amp;gt;;lt;br/&amp;gt;daftar&amp;lt;br/&amp;gt;;lt;br/&amp;gt;promo&amp;lt;br/&amp;gt;;lt;br/&amp;gt;deposit&amp;lt;br/&amp;gt;;lt;br/&amp;gt;witdraw&amp;lt;br/&amp;gt;;lt;br/&amp;gt;berita&amp;lt;br/&amp;gt;;lt;br/&amp;gt;girl&amp;lt;br/&amp;gt;;lt;br/&amp;gt;live&amp;lt;br/&amp;gt;</description>
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  41.   <description>2016-10-16 20:53: comment by &amp;lt;a href=&amp;quot;;quot;&amp;gt;yakuza4d&amp;lt;/a&amp;gt; on &amp;quot;he nternational anking ystem&amp;quot;:&amp;lt;br/&amp;gt;fter read a couple of the articles on your website these few days, and  truly like your style of blogging.  tag it to my favorites internet site list and will be checking back soon. lease check out my web site also and let me know what you think.&amp;lt;br/&amp;gt;praturan&amp;lt;br/&amp;gt;;lt;br/&amp;gt;home&amp;lt;br/&amp;gt;;lt;br/&amp;gt;daftar&amp;lt;br/&amp;gt;;lt;br/&amp;gt;cara main&amp;lt;br/&amp;gt;;lt;br/&amp;gt;hasil&amp;lt;br/&amp;gt;;lt;br/&amp;gt;buku mimpi&amp;lt;br/&amp;gt;</description>
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  53.   <title>STUB 1 - 6 Jul 2006 @ 18:59 by [name removed] : XXX: Great blog</title>
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  55.   <description>2016-09-22 13:14: comment by &amp;lt;a href=&amp;quot;;quot;&amp;gt;ot all irls aipur&amp;lt;/a&amp;gt; on &amp;quot; 1 - 6 ul 2006 @ 18:59 by &amp;#91;name removed&amp;#93; : &amp;quot;:&amp;lt;br/&amp;gt; really like the way of your writing. hanks for sharing such wonderful articles.</description>
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  81.   <title>The International Banking System: In reply to Hanae</title>
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  83.   <description>2007-09-13 11:35: comment by &amp;lt;a href=&amp;quot;;quot;&amp;gt;rayon&amp;lt;/a&amp;gt; on &amp;quot;he nternational anking ystem&amp;quot;:&amp;lt;br/&amp;gt;and oravya - and the question &amp;quot;what to do?&amp;quot; should there be a system of private vigilantes - well this makes ....a look like good guys, but of course we have heard elsewhere that they are even implicated too.  an&amp;#039;t provide firm evidence like most of the comments above, but sure it is common knowledge.  &amp;lt;br/&amp;gt;&amp;lt;br/&amp;gt;he solution of my ffering - o to church and pray - carry warmth in the heart at all times, which is like another dimension of existence with own natural law, above the heads of corporatists, governmentists, and bankists.  &amp;lt;br/&amp;gt;&amp;lt;br/&amp;gt;f the weather changes and the supply of red meat disappears, the unnatural passion caused by such diet will also evaporate.   oday we still stand in wonder at the building of the yramids,  believe people will come to stand in wonder at our own anking, onsumerist, illing lavery yramids of our own time, shaking heads in wonder, and declaring it all a ighty yth.  nd they will try to write some history books about it for people to know.  hese will become a chief source of ew omedy.&amp;lt;br/&amp;gt;&amp;lt;br/&amp;gt;etting into the next dimension of existence while still healthy on earth is definitely the best bet to my thinking? he door is open.  :}    </description>
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  88.   <title>The International Banking System: Yeah...Bush:</title>
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  90.   <description>2007-08-09 04:31: comment by &amp;lt;a href=&amp;quot;;quot;&amp;gt;vaxen&amp;lt;/a&amp;gt; on &amp;quot;he nternational anking ystem&amp;quot;:&amp;lt;br/&amp;gt;===&amp;lt;br/&amp;gt; &amp;lt;br/&amp;gt;ncle am, our anker ill ee ou ow &amp;lt;br/&amp;gt; &amp;lt;br/&amp;gt;aul raig oberts &amp;lt;br/&amp;gt; &amp;lt;br/&amp;gt;arly this morning hina let the idiots in ashington, and on all treet, know that it has them by the short hairs. wo senior spokesmen for the hinese government observed that hina&amp;#039;s considerable holdings of  dollars and reasury bonds &amp;quot;contributes a great deal to maintaining the position of the dollar as a reserve currency.&amp;quot; &amp;lt;br/&amp;gt;&amp;#91;&amp;lt;a href=&amp;quot;;quot; id=&amp;quot;posts_0x1_000507-000005_outside_link&amp;quot; target=&amp;quot;_blank&amp;quot;&amp;gt;link&amp;lt;/a&amp;gt;&amp;#93;&amp;lt;br/&amp;gt; &amp;lt;br/&amp;gt;===&amp;lt;br/&amp;gt; &amp;lt;br/&amp;gt;eyond isaster&amp;lt;br/&amp;gt; &amp;lt;br/&amp;gt;y hris edges&amp;lt;br/&amp;gt; &amp;lt;br/&amp;gt;he war in raq is about to get worse -- much worse. he emocrats&amp;#039; decision to let the war run its course, while they frantically wash their hands of responsibility, means that it will sputter and stagger forward until the mission collapses. his will be sudden. he security of the reen one, our imperial city, will be increasingly breached. ommand and control will disintegrate. nd we will back out of raq humiliated and defeated. &amp;lt;br/&amp;gt;&amp;#91;&amp;lt;a href=&amp;quot;;quot; id=&amp;quot;posts_0x2_000507-000005_outside_link&amp;quot; target=&amp;quot;_blank&amp;quot;&amp;gt;link&amp;lt;/a&amp;gt;&amp;#93;&amp;lt;br/&amp;gt; &amp;lt;br/&amp;gt;===&amp;lt;br/&amp;gt; &amp;lt;br/&amp;gt;he entagon&amp;#039;s latest ig ie &amp;lt;br/&amp;gt; &amp;lt;br/&amp;gt;y ike hitney &amp;lt;br/&amp;gt; &amp;lt;br/&amp;gt;he ar ept.&amp;#039;s latest fraud appeared in this week&amp;#039;s newspapers under the ominous-sounding headline: &amp;quot; ills astermind of raq hrine&amp;quot; he article is similar to hundreds of other stories we&amp;#039;ve seen in the passed few years boasting of the murder of an &amp;quot;alleged&amp;quot; terrorist kingpin whose evil deeds have prevented democracy from flourishing in raq. h, please. &amp;lt;br/&amp;gt;&amp;#91;&amp;lt;a href=&amp;quot;;quot; id=&amp;quot;posts_0x3_000507-000005_outside_link&amp;quot; target=&amp;quot;_blank&amp;quot;&amp;gt;link&amp;lt;/a&amp;gt;&amp;#93;&amp;lt;br/&amp;gt; &amp;lt;br/&amp;gt;===</description>
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  95.   <title>The International Banking System: Totally Ignored</title>
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  97.   <description>2007-08-08 21:09: comment by &amp;lt;a href=&amp;quot;;quot;&amp;gt;b&amp;lt;/a&amp;gt; on &amp;quot;he nternational anking ystem&amp;quot;:&amp;lt;br/&amp;gt;is the fact that there is more then one world banking system and more then one type of world economy extant in 2007.  or one, the 56 uslim countries have their own havala banking systems in all arth countries and have nothing to do with capitalism except communication of banking and banking procedures.  &amp;lt;br/&amp;gt;2nd is while capitalism has been extant was/is a model for global commerce, contratrade was invented and put into place through the nited ations during the nineteen eighties.  n the contra trade economice model, sometimes goods and products are exchanged for acts or favors by another nation.  ontra trade is done usually between nations.  t was developed in the late  with approval and cooperation of the  of .  &amp;lt;br/&amp;gt;hen there is , the lobal lliance of arrifs and rade which most nations signed on to in the ninties but since its documents were eighteen feet high no representive of our congress ever read.  esigned mostly by economists in the  and full of international law that the members of  signed off on.  sing the  model hina has prospered while urope and especially  have diminished in capital and reserves.  s of this writing hina() has over a trillion dollars in hina central bank of  money.  t also went from an impoverished nation with little infrstructure twenty years ago to a space going country with a navy that includes aircraft carriers and nuclear subs and has nuclear bombs.  ot bad for a country close to the stone age in the 2nd world war.&amp;lt;br/&amp;gt;ut, all you conspiracy theorists will surely blame it on the ews and maybe some stateless rabs in disputed territories.  t surely had nothing to do with ofe nnen and ill and illary linton transferig capital, techologies,energy.  r eorge ush, the most hated man at .  oo bad you can&amp;#039;t get money for hate. </description>
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  104.   <description>2007-08-08 18:46: comment by        on &amp;quot;he nternational anking ystem&amp;quot;:&amp;lt;br/&amp;gt;       911 &amp;lt;br/&amp;gt;       &amp;lt;br/&amp;gt;&amp;lt;br/&amp;gt;  &amp;lt;br/&amp;gt;&amp;lt;br/&amp;gt;    911.&amp;lt;br/&amp;gt;&amp;lt;br/&amp;gt;     ....&amp;lt;br/&amp;gt;&amp;lt;br/&amp;gt;    1888     ....</description>
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  111.   <description>2007-06-21 00:38: comment by &amp;lt;a href=&amp;quot;;quot;&amp;gt;anandavala&amp;lt;/a&amp;gt; on &amp;quot;he nternational anking ystem&amp;quot;:&amp;lt;br/&amp;gt; fabulous discussion going on here -  just wanted to toss in another idea that can bring all of this together and connect it up with all the other major issues in the world.&amp;lt;br/&amp;gt;&amp;lt;br/&amp;gt;his planet is a single integrated system and something is happening in this system - all of these issues are symptoms but to really understand them we need to consider them all in the wider context.&amp;lt;br/&amp;gt;&amp;lt;br/&amp;gt;ere are some ideas regarding a &amp;quot;ystems nalysis of conomic ocial ngineering&amp;quot;, which comments on the wider systemic phenomenon with special emphasis on the role of economics: &amp;lt;a href=&amp;quot;;quot; id=&amp;quot;posts_0x1_000507-000005_outside_link&amp;quot; target=&amp;quot;_blank&amp;quot;&amp;gt;ews from nandavala: ystems nalysis of conomic ocial ngineering&amp;lt;/a&amp;gt;&amp;lt;br/&amp;gt;&amp;lt;br/&amp;gt;f anyone has any comments &amp;#039;d love to hear them... iao</description>
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  113.   <pubDate>Thu, 21 Jun 2007 04:38:57 UT</pubDate>
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  118.   <description>2006-11-21 23:20: comment by anae on &amp;quot;he nternational anking ystem&amp;quot;:&amp;lt;br/&amp;gt; &amp;lt;br/&amp;gt;aron usso also produced &amp;lt;a href=&amp;quot;;quot; id=&amp;quot;posts_0x1_000507-000005_outside_link&amp;quot; target=&amp;quot;_blank&amp;quot;&amp;gt;rading laces&amp;lt;/a&amp;gt;, which was an excellent movie for the times---and probably still is (&amp;#039;ll have to see it again.)&amp;lt;br/&amp;gt;&amp;lt;br/&amp;gt; &amp;lt;a href=&amp;quot;;quot; id=&amp;quot;posts_0x2_000507-000005_outside_link&amp;quot; target=&amp;quot;_blank&amp;quot;&amp;gt;merica: reedom to ascism&amp;lt;/a&amp;gt; belongs to the kind of movies that is good for the participatory democracy debate because it challenges those preconceived notions that people tend to accept unthinkingly with regards to the functioning of some of our local or global institutions that we take for granted. &amp;lt;br/&amp;gt;&amp;lt;br/&amp;gt;hile  find  the movie interesting in that regard, this particular &amp;quot;advomentary&amp;quot; (advocacy documentary), regrettably (to me) focuses almost exclusively on a legalistic question (i.e. &amp;quot;what is the law that requires merican workers to pay income tax on their wages and salaries&amp;quot;), which, while, probably of interest, legally, if you don&amp;#039;t want to pay taxes, fails to address the bigger question in terms of system-thinking---basically it does a lot telling us what it perceives is wrong with the box, but does very little in terms of &amp;quot;out of the box&amp;quot; thinking. &amp;lt;br/&amp;gt;&amp;lt;br/&amp;gt;hile it is relatively easy to see what&amp;#039;s wrong with the boat (and that movie does a good job showing some of those wrongs or some of the director&amp;#039;s fears about the future), my interests goes more towards what can be done about it. &amp;lt;br/&amp;gt;&amp;lt;br/&amp;gt;1. ome people say the boat can be fixed (they either work inside the system, as politicians and legislators--- don&amp;#039;t think that all are corrupt--- or from outside the system---through political activism, green peace, etc.)&amp;lt;br/&amp;gt;&amp;lt;br/&amp;gt;2. ome say the boat can&amp;#039;t be fixed and that we should all jump in the water (don&amp;#039;t vote, don&amp;#039;t pay taxes) and see what happens. &amp;quot;hings couldn&amp;#039;t get any worse, anyway.&amp;quot; &amp;lt;br/&amp;gt;&amp;lt;br/&amp;gt;3. ome are busily hacking the current boat, morphing it into something that they hope will progressively transform the boat into something else that will ultimately take the boat out of the hands of its would-be controllers.&amp;lt;br/&amp;gt;&amp;lt;br/&amp;gt;4. ome are working on other boats, they plan to launch away form the main boat.&amp;lt;br/&amp;gt;&amp;lt;br/&amp;gt;5. ome are saying that boats are obsolete anyway and are working on a plane.&amp;lt;br/&amp;gt;&amp;lt;br/&amp;gt;6. ome say that we are already flying...&amp;lt;br/&amp;gt;&amp;lt;br/&amp;gt;f all 6 attitudes, number 2 is the less attractive to me, because it seems the most shortsighted and the less imaginative. &amp;lt;br/&amp;gt;&amp;lt;br/&amp;gt;urthermore, the question of whether taxes are &amp;quot;legal&amp;quot; or not seems like a false debate. &amp;lt;br/&amp;gt;&amp;lt;br/&amp;gt;t dodges the true question: &amp;quot;s paying taxes something we want to do?&amp;quot;----ot because we are compelled by law to do so, but for the reason that, first and foremost, our taxes are allegedly intended to serve the common good (publics works, roads, fire department, social engineering, education, heath care, protection of individual freedom and property, etc.)&amp;lt;br/&amp;gt;&amp;lt;br/&amp;gt; portion of the taxes we pay do---they go to public services---the allocation of some other portions of our taxes, on the other hand, is severely criticized (as it should.) &amp;lt;a href=&amp;quot;;quot; id=&amp;quot;posts_0x3_000507-000005_outside_link&amp;quot; target=&amp;quot;_blank&amp;quot;&amp;gt;hy e ight&amp;lt;/a&amp;gt; (another interesting flick) reminds us of isenhowers 1961 speech warning merica to guard against the acquisition of unwarranted influence by the &amp;quot;military-industrial complex&amp;quot; and corporate warmongers. here are highly ethical questions too (some argue that taxes should not be paid based on the use to which the taxes are put---for instance, isn&amp;#039;t paying taxes for nuclear weapons development a violation of the uremberg rinciples?) &amp;lt;br/&amp;gt;&amp;lt;br/&amp;gt;he question is both one of governance and self-governance (&amp;lt;a href=&amp;quot;;quot; id=&amp;quot;posts_0x4_000507-000005_outside_link&amp;quot; target=&amp;quot;_blank&amp;quot;&amp;gt;he ord of the lies&amp;lt;/a&amp;gt; and  &amp;lt;a href=&amp;quot;;quot; id=&amp;quot;posts_0x5_000507-000005_outside_link&amp;quot; target=&amp;quot;_blank&amp;quot;&amp;gt;he each&amp;lt;/a&amp;gt; are two relevant flicks on that topic.) &amp;lt;br/&amp;gt;&amp;lt;br/&amp;gt;he idea behind the concept of taxes or government is that they are supposed to be there &amp;quot;by the people and for the people.&amp;quot;  &amp;lt;br/&amp;gt;&amp;lt;br/&amp;gt;ne can say that the system is broken or that it never was viable in the first place. he question then, is what can be done about it?&amp;lt;br/&amp;gt;&amp;lt;br/&amp;gt;ne can say that nothing can be done about it, and that we should stop paying taxes. he next question, then, is where do we go from there? &amp;lt;br/&amp;gt;&amp;lt;br/&amp;gt;ho will take over the administration and/or protection of the environment and the common good? ho will take care of public services? hould anyone? s it relevant? re we really sure we want to leave this into the hands of private interests, without any check and balance? sn&amp;#039;t keeping the control of the common good out of the hands of such interests, which have been trying to take control, in part, through a take-over of governments intended to be &amp;quot;by and for the people,&amp;quot; precisely the very thing we are trying to avoid? ((&amp;lt;a href=&amp;quot;;quot; id=&amp;quot;posts_0x6_000507-000005_outside_link&amp;quot; target=&amp;quot;_blank&amp;quot;&amp;gt;he orporation&amp;lt;/a&amp;gt;, here, is another flick of some relevance.) ill the system be more fair? ny less corrupt? ny less unbalanced? afer for the planet? &amp;lt;br/&amp;gt;&amp;lt;br/&amp;gt;oravya, above, cracked some joke about &amp;quot;bottle of rums&amp;quot; and &amp;quot;pirates&amp;quot;, which he meant good-humoredly, and was using in jest,  but the pirate question is not without relevance.  iracy at sea continues into the present days and is strongly present in areas such as south and southeast sia, parts of outh merica, the ndian cean and the south of the ed ea. cts of piracy include seizure of property, murder, robbery, and kidnapping. his raises another question. hether it be at sea or on land, how do we protect people and property against the above? hipping companies sometimes hire private security guards. ould that be the way of doing things? hould we do away with our governmental institutions and move to a vigilante systems instead? dminister our own justice? ome corporations already have their private police, some even have their private armies too. &amp;lt;br/&amp;gt;&amp;lt;br/&amp;gt;deally, we could live in a world some day in which no watcher is needed (because we have all reached a higher level of consciousness), or a world where society has reached such a level of sophistication that we are all connected in a whole that is bigger than the sum of the parts and everything functions synergistically without any need for governance of any kind (narchist topia), in the meantime the question is---has always been---that of the atcher, and more importantly of who will atch the atcher?&amp;lt;br/&amp;gt;&amp;lt;br/&amp;gt;his issue is reflected in the lobalization issue and the growing concern over the power of large corporations, as exercised in trade agreements and elsewhere, which has been noted to undermine the environment, labor rights, and, most importantly, people sovereignty.&amp;lt;br/&amp;gt;&amp;lt;br/&amp;gt; do not think that not voting and not paying taxes and turning the planet into a modern &amp;quot;wild wild west&amp;quot; really is the solution to the problem.&amp;lt;br/&amp;gt;&amp;lt;br/&amp;gt;hat said, and echoing oravya&amp;#039;s feeling in the matter,  still recommend aron usso&amp;#039;s movie because of the questions it helps raise, and because, like other flicks like it, it might hopefully help bring serious issues and concerns, that ought to be part of the &amp;lt;a href=&amp;quot;;quot; id=&amp;quot;posts_0x7_000507-000005_outside_link&amp;quot; target=&amp;quot;_blank&amp;quot;&amp;gt;civics debate&amp;lt;/a&amp;gt;, into focus. &amp;lt;br/&amp;gt;&amp;lt;br/&amp;gt;n a related topic, evin ales&amp;#039;s book: &amp;lt;a href=&amp;quot;;quot; id=&amp;quot;posts_0x8_000507-000005_outside_link&amp;quot; target=&amp;quot;_blank&amp;quot;&amp;gt;isposable eople. ew lavery in the lobal conomy&amp;lt;/a&amp;gt;  is probably,  think, a must read on the issue.&amp;lt;br/&amp;gt;&amp;lt;br/&amp;gt;nd of course, lemming unch, too, has written abundantly on the topic of corporations and centralized banking. &amp;lt;a href=&amp;quot;;quot; id=&amp;quot;posts_0x9_000507-000005_outside_link&amp;quot; target=&amp;quot;_blank&amp;quot;&amp;gt;ere&amp;lt;/a&amp;gt; is a piece he wrote on september 22, 2002.</description>
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  125.   <description>2006-11-16 21:02: comment by &amp;lt;a href=&amp;quot;;quot;&amp;gt;koravya&amp;lt;/a&amp;gt; on &amp;quot;he nternational anking ystem&amp;quot;:&amp;lt;br/&amp;gt;ow the ederal eserve uns the  &amp;lt;br/&amp;gt;uly 11, 2006&amp;lt;br/&amp;gt;by tephen endman&amp;lt;br/&amp;gt;his is the first of a five-part series.&amp;lt;br/&amp;gt;art 1, art 2, art 3, art 4, art 5&amp;lt;br/&amp;gt;ears ago  read illiam reider&amp;#039;s excellent book published in 1987 on how the  ederal eserve ystem works.  t was detailed and explicit and makes wonderful and informative reading, except for the solution he suggests to a huge problem.  is was far too timid.  his article proposes a much different one.  reider called his book ecrets of the emple with a sub-title: ow the ederal eserve uns the ountry.   better sub-title might have been how the ed (and other key central bankers) runs the world.  his article attempts to summarize what it does, how it does it, for whose benefit and at whose expense.  or those who don&amp;#039;t know, prepare for some stunning information and commentary.&amp;lt;br/&amp;gt;(more)&amp;lt;br/&amp;gt;</description>
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  132.   <description>2006-11-15 14:39: comment by &amp;lt;a href=&amp;quot;;quot;&amp;gt;koravya&amp;lt;/a&amp;gt; on &amp;quot;he nternational anking ystem&amp;quot;:&amp;lt;br/&amp;gt;he sooner the more folks gets to know something about all of this,&amp;lt;br/&amp;gt;the better off for the general population and the state of the arth,&amp;lt;br/&amp;gt; thinks so anyway. &amp;lt;br/&amp;gt;*********--&amp;lt;br/&amp;gt;n nalysis and eview of aron usso&amp;#039;s ilm, merica: reedom to ascism&amp;lt;br/&amp;gt;e&amp;#039;ll talk some details. ut, in the last analysis, aron usso&amp;#039;s 2006 film, &amp;quot;merica: reedom to ascism&amp;quot; is a force of nature. t rips through the secret society corruption culture&amp;#039;s history, from 1913 on.(more)&amp;lt;br/&amp;gt;;lt;br/&amp;gt;*******----&amp;lt;br/&amp;gt;merica: reedom to ascism is a compelling and troubling account of how the wealth of our nation was silently passed from its citizens to a handful of powerful bankers in 1913. hat&amp;#039;s the year the ederal eserve ct and the 16th mendment were introduced, giving a privately held corporation the means to control our finances while ensuring its interest payments through the strong arms of the newly-formed nternal evenue ervice. ver since then, usso suggests, mericans have been gradually conditioned to accept fewer freedoms and a lower standard of living... all the while considering debt and servitude as distinctly merican values.(more)&amp;lt;br/&amp;gt;;lt;br/&amp;gt;****---___---***&amp;lt;br/&amp;gt;o o o, and a bottle of um.&amp;lt;br/&amp;gt;            irates anonymous.&amp;lt;br/&amp;gt;            ***---___</description>
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  139.   <description>2006-11-08 01:39: comment by &amp;lt;a href=&amp;quot;;quot;&amp;gt;i2i&amp;lt;/a&amp;gt; on &amp;quot;he nternational anking ystem&amp;quot;:&amp;lt;br/&amp;gt;ha! es,  remember the sland post: &amp;lt;a href=&amp;quot;;quot; id=&amp;quot;posts_0x1_000507-000005_outside_link&amp;quot; target=&amp;quot;_blank&amp;quot;&amp;gt;sland for ale&amp;lt;/a&amp;gt;.&amp;lt;br/&amp;gt;&amp;lt;br/&amp;gt; do relate with nraye on this one, &amp;quot;mall ocal overnments which can be accountable to the guy in the local street&amp;quot; is easier to visualize and take part in than &amp;quot;striking up a meaningful conversation with lan rimespan and friends.&amp;quot;&amp;lt;br/&amp;gt;&amp;lt;br/&amp;gt;ell, this is precisely what the problem is all about, isn&amp;#039;t it? he problem of something that has become so big and disproportionate that it escapes the comprehension of the average person (the post from ing about &amp;lt;a href=&amp;quot;;quot; id=&amp;quot;posts_0x2_000507-000005_outside_link&amp;quot; target=&amp;quot;_blank&amp;quot;&amp;gt;implicity and mbracing constraints&amp;lt;/a&amp;gt; comes to mind.) &amp;lt;br/&amp;gt;&amp;lt;br/&amp;gt;t makes the notion of &amp;quot;informed consent&amp;quot; questionable, because how can we have a system (ationally and globally) where people are led blindly and unknowingly into economic ventures, they understand nothing about, and still claim that the system is run with the informed consent of the eople.&amp;lt;br/&amp;gt;&amp;lt;br/&amp;gt;s oravya points it out, in some of his comments above, such a lack of comprehension of (and also lack of interest in) such complexities, contribute to the creation of a system which functioning remains largely incomprehensible and therefore opaque to most people (even though such a system has a direct effect on everyones life and the world we live in.) his opacity makes the working of the conomy (with a capital ) and the role of such institutions as the  and the orld ank, the business of a privileged few who govern the system along rules that are mediated according to elite imperatives and which benefit those who control them - i.e. those with financial leverage. &amp;lt;br/&amp;gt;&amp;lt;br/&amp;gt;anaes point is also a good one, the conomy has taken a life of its own, like a olem who has escaped the control of those it was supposed to serve (the uninformed masses, just as its would-be masters - those who manipulate or exploit the system for their own purpose):&amp;lt;br/&amp;gt;&amp;lt;br/&amp;gt;he traditional olem ore contains a story of a olem that grew bigger and bigger until it escaped the control of its creator, and upon being eventually killed, the olem fell over its creator and crushed him. &amp;lt;br/&amp;gt;&amp;lt;br/&amp;gt;he theme contained in this story is somewhat reminiscent of the broomstick in he orcerer&amp;#039;s pprentice. t remains a standard feature of golems in popular culture.&amp;lt;br/&amp;gt;&amp;lt;br/&amp;gt; look at it as a fitting metaphor for the conomy. eyond the power-play of powerful interests who are rigging the system, there is also another story. hat of a system that has become so big and so intricate that we dare not kill it, lest it falls on our heads and crushes us and yet that system is out of control and is destroying the planet. &amp;lt;br/&amp;gt;&amp;lt;br/&amp;gt;n modern ebrew the word golem literally means cocoon, but can also mean &amp;quot;fool&amp;quot;, &amp;quot;silly&amp;quot;, or even &amp;quot;stupid&amp;quot;.</description>
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  146.   <description>2006-08-09 12:07: comment by &amp;lt;a href=&amp;quot;;quot;&amp;gt;rayon&amp;lt;/a&amp;gt; on &amp;quot;he nternational anking ystem&amp;quot;:&amp;lt;br/&amp;gt;put forward by ing a way back is looking good at this point, very good.  ctually  am attending a seminar on alternative goverment soon.  hey appear to advocate mall ocal overnments which can be accountable to the guy in the local street. his for me is easier to visualize and take part in than striking up meaningful conversation with lan rimespan and friends.  &amp;lt;br/&amp;gt;&amp;lt;br/&amp;gt; mean the guys from est frica just get in a boat and row to the anaries.  hen and f they arrive the sunbathing tourists give them towels and money and food to help them along. e, though, are not the accepted hue of skin tone. he boats are quite large, barques without sails or mast, take many people.&amp;lt;br/&amp;gt;&amp;lt;br/&amp;gt;oussin is my favourite artist, par excellence. orth a very great deal of money!!!!</description>
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  153.   <description>2006-08-08 03:19: comment by &amp;lt;a href=&amp;quot;;quot;&amp;gt;koravya&amp;lt;/a&amp;gt; on &amp;quot;he nternational anking ystem&amp;quot;:&amp;lt;br/&amp;gt;he methodical, institutionalized, consciously-driven impoverishment of the minds, hearts, and souls of which very large percentage of the worlds population, is currently underway. ere are a few excerpts from a 1994 article describing the workings of the  and the orld ank.  doubt, just an intuitive doubt, that the essential process is fundamentally different, or driven by some more refined set of humanitarian motives. his is a big machine with every intention to proceed according to whatever means are necessary to insure its hegemony. ho is driving the wars in the iddle ast, and throughout the world? rms suppliers for one,  should think. he interrelated economies of the rugs, uns, old and il quadrant are all a-boil in the cauldron of the inferno. ere we go round the ulberry ush. &amp;lt;br/&amp;gt;*********---&amp;lt;br/&amp;gt;he orld ank &amp;amp; he  &amp;lt;br/&amp;gt;y alden ello and hea unningham&amp;lt;br/&amp;gt;;lt;br/&amp;gt;**********---&amp;lt;br/&amp;gt;tructural adjustment loans from the orld ank and the  were given to indebted countries to enable the latter to make their immediate interest payments to the western commercial banks. aving done this, the ank and the und then went on to apply draconian adjustment policies that would assure a steady supply of repayments in the medium and long term. y having hird orld economies focus on production for export, foreign exchange would be gained which could be channeled into servicing dollar-denominated foreign debt. &amp;lt;br/&amp;gt;he policy was immensely successful, effecting as it did an astounding net transfer of financial resources from the hird orld to the commercial banks that amounted to $178 billion between 1984 and 1990. o massive was the decapitalization of the outh that a former executive director of the orld ank exclaimed: &amp;quot;ot since the conquistadors plundered atin merica has the world experienced a flow in the direction we see today.&amp;quot; &amp;lt;br/&amp;gt;****----&amp;lt;br/&amp;gt;whatever may be the subjective intentions of the doctrinaire technocrats that are tasked to implement them, structural adjustment programs were never meant to succeed. nstead, they have functioned as key instruments in the orth&amp;#039;s effort to roll back the gains that had been made by the outh from the 1950s to 1980s. &amp;lt;br/&amp;gt;****---&amp;lt;br/&amp;gt;entral to the economic achievements of the outh was an activist state or public sector. n some countries, the state sector was the engine of the development process. n others, state support was critical to the success of domestic businesses wishing to compete against foreign capital. &amp;lt;br/&amp;gt;***---&amp;lt;br/&amp;gt;it was a response to the weakness of private industrial interests. &amp;quot;&amp;#91;&amp;#93;he state,&amp;quot; observes one analyst, &amp;quot;became a surrogate for private enterprise that could drive modernization without challenging....entrenched interests--indeed would continue to protect them--and without turning the country completely over to foreign interests.&amp;quot; &amp;lt;br/&amp;gt;*****=----&amp;lt;br/&amp;gt;when eaganites came to power, they saw as one of their central missions the resubordination of the hird orld. tate-assisted capitalism was the key target, and here the anti-outh agenda coincided with the free market ideological mindset of the new regime. fter a brief period of debate, the mechanism chosen for the dismantling of the economic apparatus of the hird orld state was the structural adjustment program of the  and the orld ank. &amp;lt;br/&amp;gt;****==_____------&amp;lt;br/&amp;gt;the essence of these programs was the &amp;quot;reduction/removal of direct state intervention in the productive and distributive sectors of the economy.&amp;quot; &amp;lt;br/&amp;gt;***---&amp;lt;br/&amp;gt;government enterprises were passing into private hands in the name of efficiency; protectionist barriers to orthern imports were being eliminated wholesale; restrictions on foreign investment has been radically reduced; and, through export-first policies, the internal economy was more tightly integrated into the capitalist world market. &amp;lt;br/&amp;gt;***---&amp;lt;br/&amp;gt;in the .., adjustment came in the form of eaganomics--deregulation, radical reductions in tax rates for the rich, gutting of the ew eal safety nets, and the end of the compromise between big capital and big labor mediated by big government. he elimination of state supports for production in rival economies--including apan and urope--and state restraints on corporate activity in the home economy: this was the key thrust of a global adjustment program designed to reassert .. corporate hegemony globally.&amp;lt;br/&amp;gt;***---&amp;lt;br/&amp;gt;;lt;br/&amp;gt;------------**********----------</description>
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  158.   <title>The International Banking System: Pay Up</title>
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  160.   <description>2006-08-05 21:02: comment by &amp;lt;a href=&amp;quot;;quot;&amp;gt;koravya&amp;lt;/a&amp;gt; on &amp;quot;he nternational anking ystem&amp;quot;:&amp;lt;br/&amp;gt;he nited tates is in debt.&amp;lt;br/&amp;gt;hen the  buys a plane from connell-ouglas,&amp;lt;br/&amp;gt;does it buy on credit and go into debt to connell-ouglas?&amp;lt;br/&amp;gt;ope. connell-ouglas gets cash, &amp;lt;br/&amp;gt;and guess where the  government gets that cash?&amp;lt;br/&amp;gt;t borrows from the ederal eserve, and there is an interest charge.&amp;lt;br/&amp;gt;he  overnment is now over seven trillion dollars in debt, &amp;lt;br/&amp;gt;and collecting taxes to pay for it.&amp;lt;br/&amp;gt;ho gets the payments.&amp;lt;br/&amp;gt;ho owns the ederal eserve?&amp;lt;br/&amp;gt;&amp;lt;br/&amp;gt;hart of who &amp;quot;owns&amp;quot; the ederal eserve &amp;lt;br/&amp;gt;&amp;lt;br/&amp;gt;;lt;br/&amp;gt;&amp;lt;br/&amp;gt;lso note:&amp;lt;br/&amp;gt;ffects of the ederal eserve&amp;lt;br/&amp;gt;queezing the iddle lass &amp;lt;br/&amp;gt;&amp;lt;br/&amp;gt;;lt;br/&amp;gt;***--__**</description>
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  162.   <pubDate>Sun, 6 Aug 2006 01:02:42 UT</pubDate>
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