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A History of Central Banking

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Re: A History of Central Banking

Postby Kentucky » Mon Aug 10, 2015 11:24 am

EzraLB wrote:Of course, the gold-silver debate is a red herring. Thinking that gold- or silver-backed currency is more valid than fiat currency is a fantasy.

I agree. However the world doesn't know that and there's a battle for the lesser of two evil world currencies. If BRIC's can destroy the jewish Federal Reserve and all of it's tentacles of strangulation, then that could be seen as an analogy to Cyrus/Medo-Persia (who was not a believer) defeating ancient Babylon. We know that changed things and led to the rebuilding of the temple, but there's a New Jerusalem and the temple is no longer built with hands. When people think of streets paved with gold, it is not the opulence waiting for those in the Kingdom, it's a mockery of how worthless gold was and will be trampled upon as much as ordinary asphalt.

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Re: A History of Central Banking

Postby brucebohn » Mon Aug 10, 2015 3:00 pm

Kentucky wrote:
EzraLB wrote:Of course, the gold-silver debate is a red herring. Thinking that gold- or silver-backed currency is more valid than fiat currency is a fantasy.

I agree. However the world doesn't know that and there's a battle for the lesser of two evil world currencies. If BRIC's can destroy the jewish Federal Reserve and all of it's tentacles of strangulation, then that could be seen as an analogy to Cyrus/Medo-Persia (who was not a believer) defeating ancient Babylon. We know that changed things and led to the rebuilding of the temple, but there's a New Jerusalem and the temple is no longer built with hands. When people think of streets paved with gold, it is not the opulence waiting for those in the Kingdom, it's a mockery of how worthless gold was and will be trampled upon as much as ordinary asphalt.

Mark

Yes Mark , I had similar thoughts in reference to the expected effects
of the BRICS banking alternative, and its possible role in the collapse
of this debt/ usery /merchantile system. That system of course would
only perpetuate under this new BRICS cartel, as the Russian and Chinese
would like nothing more than their own version of a "New World Order" .
And yes, it is a mockery of the value of this shiny metal.......
"Do you not know that with those running in a race,while all run,
but one takes the prize? In that manner you run, in order that you shall obtain."
1Cor. 9:24
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