14 December, 2014

Paying Down The Debt Is Now Almost Mathematically Impossible

Posted by Socrates in debt, Federal Reserve system, jewed culture, jewed economics, jewed finance, Socrates at 1:29 am | Permanent Link

Really! Well, just recall this post at VNN, first posted on 17 September, 2011:

“Arthur Kitson, the world’s greatest independent monetary economist, said in the British National Review of March, 1935: ‘The aim of the International Financiers is world control by the creation of inextinguishable debt.’ In correspondence with me, before he died recently, Mr. Kitson made it clear that the International Financiers were Jewish, urging me not to falter in this fight for self-preservation.”

–– from a public declaration by American economist Robert Edward Edmondson, titled “Edmondson Call To Patriots,” March 16, 1938.


  • 4 Responses to “Paying Down The Debt Is Now Almost Mathematically Impossible”

    1. Sean Gruber Says:

      I agree with the Left on one point: a Debt Jubilee ought to be declared. Declare all debts to date defunct, and start with a clean, reality-based slate.

      The reality: there is only you and me. We don’t have 18 trillion bucks. No one does, either, or ever will.

    2. Sean Gruber Says:

      (minor correction) The reality: there is only you and me. We don’t have 18 trillion bucks. No one else does, either, or ever will.

    3. Tim McGreen Says:

      One must ask to whom is this debt owed? Basically it’s owed to a handful of gigantic international Jew banks and to the Jewish Central Bank, aka, the Federal Reserve. The American people were never asked if they wanted an all-powerful Jew-controlled central bank to seize possession of their economic system and their gold reserves, it was done in secret on New Year’s Eve 1913. Thanks, Woodrow Wolfsohn, you crypto-Kike bastid.

      So to hell with the so-called national debt and to hell with the Jew banks to whom it’s owed. The only thing we owe the Jews is a boot in the ass.

    4. fd Says:

      I hope the budget is a Zillion Zillion. When the creature on the Potomac collapses–it’s over.