CNBC Admits: Were All Slaves To Central Bankers And Global Government

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    So why have people been saying that it's just a "conspiracy theory". :confused:

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    Maybe they best get Bob Griffin on the horn.

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    this particular reality is a bitch
     
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    When people start refusing to take Monopoly money, then the banksters can eat a turd.
     
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    Im surprised they aired that. Some of us have been saying it for years, others for decades. Some of us are just starting to wake up. Others are still fast asleep.
     
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    This is why CBers buy up large amounts of gold. So when they need to reboot their ponzi scheme, they have the true store of value mostly locked in. In the end, they get it all.
     
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    Ah, you're saying "we all" are the slaves and the Central Bankers/Global Rulers ("they all") are the masters. Be aware that some people on this thread are "them" --what I'm saying is that I'm one of the people that are running the Central Banks and World Government that y'all are slaves to.

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    "Slaves" is a wee bit of a dramatization. More like "rubes"...a term traveling circus owners use to call the crowd alluding to their willingness to get ripped off repeatedly by paying 20 times what a cheap prize is worth trying to beat a game...and come back for more.
    The central banks and the financial system have a tremendous influence on all three branches of the U.S. government - to the point their interest is considered higher than taxpayers. This is inarguable.
    As I pointed out in another thread - just look at Goldman Sacs.
    So this show using the term "slaves" deters from the real issue and makes it all too easy to dismiss them. They should just tell the truth - and that is that central banks have created a plutocracy in western society whereby their influence and sheer bribery has fully corrupted the economies of the world.
     
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    Central banks have usurped the store of value in their favor by creating a debt socieety the world over. We are their slaves as long as people accept that we owe 16 trillion dollars and counting, that banks can lend currency they do not have - on interest, that currencies can be taxed of wealth through inflation, that bankers are all knowing in the realm of money supply and store of value. We are not free in this instance, we are truly slaves to t he whims of CBers and legislative policies.

    Rubes works too. But in the end, it is through law that these banks have usurped and exacted their authority over money. It is not as if gold wasn't confiscated, but freely given up for some paper money. That is force, and force is slavery.
     
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    Not to argue semantics...but ok I get that...rubes do have a choice, and the policies and lack of ethical regulations that rip us off - we do not have a choice.
    In my life I will never get over the fact that the government paid 100 cents on the dollar for worthless assets to Goldman Sachs and others. Unforgivable. Pure disregard for the welfare of the American taxpayers.
    And then you have the rubes like TM who are applauding another round...the idiocy is surreal.
     
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