Archive for the 'usury' Category

21 April, 2014

Posted by Socrates in book selections, books, Federal Reserve Notes, Federal Reserve system, jewed culture, jewed economics, jewed finance, Socrates, usury at 3:46 pm | Permanent Link

“As we have already shown, every dollar that exists today, either in the form of currency, checkbook money, or even credit card money — in other words, our entire money supply — exists only because it was borrowed by someone; perhaps not you, but someone. That means all the American dollars in the entire world […]

12 December, 2011

Posted by Socrates in 'anti-Semitism', bankers, banking, Catholicism, intellectuals, interest payments, literature, loans, Socrates, usury at 2:51 am | Permanent Link

by Hilaire Belloc. (A Catholic writer, Belloc [1870-1953] has been accused of anti-Semitism, but he really wasn’t an anti-Semite). [Article].

2 April, 2011

Posted by Socrates in interest payments, jewed finance, Socrates, usury at 2:46 pm | Permanent Link

Heavy interest payments? Sounds Jewy. FYI, newbies: the Catholic church used to prohibit the taking of interest on loans [1]. Further, the religion of Islam still prohibits the taking of interest. [Article]. [1] the taking of any interest on a loan was considered to be “usury” by Catholic leaders until approximately the 17th century

29 June, 2009

Posted by Socrates in "Civil War", banking, Holocaust, holocaust racket, Holocaustianity, Jewish Tyranny, Jewish warmongering, Socrates, usury, World War II at 3:48 am | Permanent Link

The Jews are the “rightful owners or heirs” of/to the property? Let’s take a quick look at history: Step 1 – Jews gain control of White property in Europe via their usual sneaky, underhanded ways (e.g., usury, inflationary banking practices, economy-wrecking, war) [1]. Step 2 – Jews lose the property to the Germans during World […]

22 March, 2009

Posted by Socrates in Federal Reserve system, money, Socrates, usury at 1:04 am | Permanent Link

There are a few interesting things at this website, e.g., [Here] and [Here].