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#42 - It sure is, it's also happening in America, via their "Fe…  [+] (5 replies) 09/22/2013 on Growing up and entering the... +3
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#43 - luthervonappledorf (09/22/2013) [-]
Is that all actually true?

I'm being seriously careful here because if it is completely true then that's really worrying. I've always worried that the whole economic system was precarious but that's insane. I've known that wages have barely moved in many many years and against inflation they've dropped dramatically all over the world. But, this is something else.

It's actually quite sad. I've always said that I'd never take out a loan for anything no matter what. I won't own a credit card and I won't gamble away my money on chances or 'investments'.

All I want is to be able to make a decent fucking wage, be able to afford a comfortable life without spending every waking moment worrying about repayments on anything.

If this is genuine, the entire world has gone to hell. And we're all going to go along with it. All it's going to take is another little push towards the gaping precipice and everything will collapse. Money will become completely worthless. Absolutely everything will lose all value because there will be nothing for people to compare it No monetary standard to price things against.

I almost hope that day comes so we can go back to bartering. Go back to when you set your own limits and you decide how much things are worth based on your time and effort put in.
#44 - captainreposty (09/22/2013) [-]
Watch the video mate, it's been going on for fucking ages, and there's no way of stopping the bankers now.

Ever wonder why Switzerland never gets into any conflicts? Because that's where all the elite's keep their precious gold. But seriously, watch that video then lemme know what you think.
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#46 - luthervonappledorf (09/22/2013) [-]
I did. And it's just, yeah.

It's really worrying. I don't even know what to think or make of it. It's given me a new found respect for America though. But it made me wonder, the whole reason this massive global recession occurred is because of this stupid 'Fractional Reserve Banking'. Yet it's still done! It is quite literally the exact cause of the entire economic collapse and yet it's still practised. Surely someone higher up must have thought,

"Hang on a minute, we've just lost a fucking massive load of money. Maybe we shouldn't be such greedy, narrow minded, short sighted cunts."
#47 - captainreposty (09/22/2013) [-]
That video is only the tip of the iceberg mate. You'll soon realise that those at the very top profit from these recessions long term.
The more debt they create the more interest they make.
But that video should be played in every class room in every country, so people can see from an early age what's being done to us.
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#49 - luthervonappledorf (09/22/2013) [-]
It really made me wish I'd had classes on money management.
#40 - It's also why we have financial "crises", such as hi…  [+] (7 replies) 09/22/2013 on Growing up and entering the... +2
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#41 - luthervonappledorf (09/22/2013) [-]
Isn't that what happened to Germany after WW1 or 2? They printed a shit ton of Deutschemarks and they effectively became so worthless that bread and milk were costing somewhere in the millions?

I'm also fairly certain that's what's happened in Zimbabwe.

You'd think that being the fucking Bank Of England, that they'd realise how much of a stupid idea it is.
#42 - captainreposty (09/22/2013) [-]
It sure is, it's also happening in America, via their "Federal Reserve". (Notice how they also use the name "Federal" but also have nothing to do with the American government....)

It's a very effective way for the extremely rich to stay in complete control of entire countries.
Watch the video, it's pretty much what got me so informed, it's also sourced to shit so it's all legit.
The Collapse of The American Dream Explained in Animation
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#43 - luthervonappledorf (09/22/2013) [-]
Is that all actually true?

I'm being seriously careful here because if it is completely true then that's really worrying. I've always worried that the whole economic system was precarious but that's insane. I've known that wages have barely moved in many many years and against inflation they've dropped dramatically all over the world. But, this is something else.

It's actually quite sad. I've always said that I'd never take out a loan for anything no matter what. I won't own a credit card and I won't gamble away my money on chances or 'investments'.

All I want is to be able to make a decent fucking wage, be able to afford a comfortable life without spending every waking moment worrying about repayments on anything.

If this is genuine, the entire world has gone to hell. And we're all going to go along with it. All it's going to take is another little push towards the gaping precipice and everything will collapse. Money will become completely worthless. Absolutely everything will lose all value because there will be nothing for people to compare it No monetary standard to price things against.

I almost hope that day comes so we can go back to bartering. Go back to when you set your own limits and you decide how much things are worth based on your time and effort put in.
#44 - captainreposty (09/22/2013) [-]
Watch the video mate, it's been going on for fucking ages, and there's no way of stopping the bankers now.

Ever wonder why Switzerland never gets into any conflicts? Because that's where all the elite's keep their precious gold. But seriously, watch that video then lemme know what you think.
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#46 - luthervonappledorf (09/22/2013) [-]
I did. And it's just, yeah.

It's really worrying. I don't even know what to think or make of it. It's given me a new found respect for America though. But it made me wonder, the whole reason this massive global recession occurred is because of this stupid 'Fractional Reserve Banking'. Yet it's still done! It is quite literally the exact cause of the entire economic collapse and yet it's still practised. Surely someone higher up must have thought,

"Hang on a minute, we've just lost a fucking massive load of money. Maybe we shouldn't be such greedy, narrow minded, short sighted cunts."
#47 - captainreposty (09/22/2013) [-]
That video is only the tip of the iceberg mate. You'll soon realise that those at the very top profit from these recessions long term.
The more debt they create the more interest they make.
But that video should be played in every class room in every country, so people can see from an early age what's being done to us.
User avatar
#49 - luthervonappledorf (09/22/2013) [-]
It really made me wish I'd had classes on money management.
#38 - They're also printed by a private company, which we (the peopl…  [+] (9 replies) 09/22/2013 on Growing up and entering the... 0
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#39 - luthervonappledorf (09/22/2013) [-]
So, we effectively pay for our own money?...

GENIUS!
#40 - captainreposty (09/22/2013) [-]
It's also why we have financial "crises", such as high inflation. The Bank of "England" (not owned by English government in anyway) simply prints out more and more money selling them to other banks, causing their worth to decrease.

It's a very effective way of keeping the poor poor.
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#41 - luthervonappledorf (09/22/2013) [-]
Isn't that what happened to Germany after WW1 or 2? They printed a shit ton of Deutschemarks and they effectively became so worthless that bread and milk were costing somewhere in the millions?

I'm also fairly certain that's what's happened in Zimbabwe.

You'd think that being the fucking Bank Of England, that they'd realise how much of a stupid idea it is.
#42 - captainreposty (09/22/2013) [-]
It sure is, it's also happening in America, via their "Federal Reserve". (Notice how they also use the name "Federal" but also have nothing to do with the American government....)

It's a very effective way for the extremely rich to stay in complete control of entire countries.
Watch the video, it's pretty much what got me so informed, it's also sourced to shit so it's all legit.
The Collapse of The American Dream Explained in Animation
User avatar
#43 - luthervonappledorf (09/22/2013) [-]
Is that all actually true?

I'm being seriously careful here because if it is completely true then that's really worrying. I've always worried that the whole economic system was precarious but that's insane. I've known that wages have barely moved in many many years and against inflation they've dropped dramatically all over the world. But, this is something else.

It's actually quite sad. I've always said that I'd never take out a loan for anything no matter what. I won't own a credit card and I won't gamble away my money on chances or 'investments'.

All I want is to be able to make a decent fucking wage, be able to afford a comfortable life without spending every waking moment worrying about repayments on anything.

If this is genuine, the entire world has gone to hell. And we're all going to go along with it. All it's going to take is another little push towards the gaping precipice and everything will collapse. Money will become completely worthless. Absolutely everything will lose all value because there will be nothing for people to compare it No monetary standard to price things against.

I almost hope that day comes so we can go back to bartering. Go back to when you set your own limits and you decide how much things are worth based on your time and effort put in.
#44 - captainreposty (09/22/2013) [-]
Watch the video mate, it's been going on for fucking ages, and there's no way of stopping the bankers now.

Ever wonder why Switzerland never gets into any conflicts? Because that's where all the elite's keep their precious gold. But seriously, watch that video then lemme know what you think.
User avatar
#46 - luthervonappledorf (09/22/2013) [-]
I did. And it's just, yeah.

It's really worrying. I don't even know what to think or make of it. It's given me a new found respect for America though. But it made me wonder, the whole reason this massive global recession occurred is because of this stupid 'Fractional Reserve Banking'. Yet it's still done! It is quite literally the exact cause of the entire economic collapse and yet it's still practised. Surely someone higher up must have thought,

"Hang on a minute, we've just lost a fucking massive load of money. Maybe we shouldn't be such greedy, narrow minded, short sighted cunts."
#47 - captainreposty (09/22/2013) [-]
That video is only the tip of the iceberg mate. You'll soon realise that those at the very top profit from these recessions long term.
The more debt they create the more interest they make.
But that video should be played in every class room in every country, so people can see from an early age what's being done to us.
User avatar
#49 - luthervonappledorf (09/22/2013) [-]
It really made me wish I'd had classes on money management.
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