Every Citizen Can Be A Stock Holder in America
Under the Constitutional system, no private banks would
exist to rob the people. Government banks under the control of the people's
representatives would issue and control all money and credit. They would
issue not only actual currency, but could lend limited credit at no interest
for the purchase of capital goods, such as homes.
A $100,000 loan would require only $100,000 repayment, not $270,456.00 as it is now.
Everyone who supplied materials and labor for the home would get paid just as they do
today, but the bankers would not get $170,456.00 in interest.
That is why they ridicule and destroy anyone suggesting or proposing an alternative
History tells us of debt-free and interest-free money issued by
The American colonies did it through colonial script in the 1700's. Their wealth soon
rivaled that of England and brought restrictions from Parliament, which led to the
Revolutionary War. Abraham Lincoln did it in 1863 to help finance the Civil War. He was
later assassinated by a man many consider to have been an agent of the Rothchild Bank. No
debt-free or interest-free money has been issued in America since then.
Several Arab nations issue interest free loans to their citizens today. (Now you can
understand what all the commotion in the Middle East is all about, and why the
banker-owned press is brainwashing American citizens to think of all Arabs as terrorists).
The Saracen Empire forbade interest on money 1,000 years ago and its wealth outshone even
Saxon Europe. Mandarin China issued its own money, interest-free and debt-free. Today,
historians and art collectors consider those centuries to be China's time of greatest
wealth, culture and peace.
Issuing money which does not have to be paid back in interest leaves the money available
to use in the exchange of goods and services and its only continuing cost is replacement
as the paper wears out. Money is the paper ticket by which transfers are made and should
always be in sufficient quantity to transfer all possible production of the nation to the
ultimate consumers. It is as ridiculous for a nation to say to its citizens, "You
must consume less because we are short of money," as it would be for an airline to
say, "Our planes are flying, but we cannot take you because we are short of
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