Tuesday, 15 May 2012

A World in Crisis: Max Igan


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Comment by Bronwyn on November 1, 2011 
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Hi Caroline ~  I managed to find an hour and watched all 4 videos of this interview. Wow, it's certainly very sobering stuff...  Wouldn't it be horrible if all of these protests end up changing nothing if people start getting into the egoic arguments and don't 'fix' their sight of the fundamental issues...  which are:

  • We need to decentralise our monetary systems and for each country to create its own currency
  • We need to take the control of money out of the hands of Corporate Banks and put it back into the Government hands to administer
  • We need to get rid of banking systems that demand compound interest and are based on "fractional banking" 
  • that all banks should provide interest free loans to people

He raises many many other great points.  This is a really good series to watch to help understand what is going on in the system we currently so blindly (most of us) accept.  It's a very good video to ponder for a few days I think  : )  Thank you Caroline  : )


Comment by Caroline on November 2, 2011
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I agree with you, Bron, that is why I thought this video of Max Igan was well worth watching and pondering...we need a clear focus on solutions, and that requires out-of-the-box thinking. David Icke also made some clear points on his site that are in the same line of thinking Max Igan is talking about:

THE FIRST STREETWISE REVOLUTION? ...

… OR ANOTHER FALSE AND MANIPULATED DAWN?

It’s Time To Choose

Any ‘protest’, any ‘change’ or ‘revolution’ not founded on the list below – at thevery least the list below – has got no chance of changing anything. These very pillars of the system must fall or they will block any transformation of the human condition. The system does not need to be tinkered with or even fundamentally changed (on the surface). The whole bloody lot must go … starting with …
1. An end to creating money out of thin air on computer screens and charging interest on it (fractional reserve lending).
2. An end to governments borrowing fresh-air money called ‘credit’ from private banks and the people paying interest on this ‘money’ that has never, does not and will never exist. Governments (and that concept must change radically) can create their own currency – interest free.
3. An end to private banks issuing non-existent money called ‘credit’ at all and thus creating ‘money’ as a debt from the very start.
4. An end to casinos like Wall Street and the City of London betting mercilessly on the financial and commodity markets with the lives of billions around the world.
5. An end to all professional lobby groups that earn their living and their clients’ living from corrupting the professionally corruptible – vast numbers of world politicians and the overwhelming majority on Capitol Hill.
6. An end to no-contract government in which mendacious politicians can promise the people they will do this and that to win their support and then do the very opposite after they have lied themselves into office (see Obama).
7. An end to the centralisation of power in all areas of our lives and a start to diversifying power to communities to decide their own lives and thus ensure there are too many points of decision making for any cabal to centrally control.
That is just for starters. There is so much more where that came from. What good will come from rearranging the deckchairs on the Titanic? NONE.
The banking system as we know it does not need to be ‘changed’ - it needs to begone. It is a criminal activity based on fraud, extortion and, through its effect, on worldwide mass murder.
Its replacement needs to be decided by the population - not the very people who created it in the first place and are covertly manipulating a new global structure of financial control based on a world central bank.
Ain't that right, Mr Rothschild, Mr Rockefeller, Mr Soros?
The tail is not wagging the dog – the tail is wagging the elephant so many are there in servitude to the few.
http://www.davidicke.com/index.php


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