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WEF: Somebody Has To Be In Charge Of Rationing Freedom

BanksterCrime: That’s why only Central Banks can create digital currencies The Fed recently put out a white paper, Data Privacy for Digital Asset Systems, which contends that the expectation of privacy in digital currencies (read: CBDCs) stems from misunderstanding how digital…

Wall Street Caught Short Again As “Money Printer Go BRRRRRR To 11”

With US stocks soaring to start the week on the combination of Powell’s 60 Minutes affirmation that the Fed’s money printer go BRRRRR to 11 (as Nomura’s Charlie McElligott poetically puts it) coupled with favorable news of a coronavirus vaccine trial by Moderna (which…

Danske Bank Executive At Center Of Massive Money-Laundering Scandal Found Dead, So They Say?

Greed refuses to be satisfied. More often than not, the more we get, the more we want. Material possessions will not protect us—in this life or eternally. Jesus’ parable of the rich fool in Luke 12:13–21 illustrates this point well. Again, money…

BANKS: A Biblical Perspective Of The Bankerster, A Sadducee Wrapped In A Pharisees Loincloth…

The Bankster’s hate bad press (lucky for them they own most of the mainstream media), so the situation was quickly rectified. This is but one of countless untold stories of a similar nature; and they all have one common thread…

Bank of Japan Stealth-Tapers Further

These same money changers were associated with others who engaged in shady business practices in the temple courts. Some sold sacrificial animals, overcharging people who did not bring their own. Others were in charge of examining the animals to be sacrificed,…

Share Buybacks Have Created a Dangerous Bubble in Wall Street Bank Stocks

Greed is a strong and selfish desire to have more of something, most often money or power. There are many warnings in the Bible about giving in to greed and longing for riches. Jesus warned, “Watch out! Be on your…

Wells Fargo personal banker pleads guilty to being part of nearly $20 million drug money laundering scheme

There are two types of people in jail or prison: those who were wrongfully accused and victimized by an unjust system, and those who are guilty and whose punishment is just according to the system of law they have broken….