A History of Central Banking and the Enslavement of Mankind -

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On Nick Rekieta's stream with Null last Thursday, Null mentioned A History of Central Banking and the Enslavement of Mankind by Stephen Goodson. Can confirm, very redpilled.
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Here are the PDF and EPUB files. Fuck bankers. #BanUsury
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Goodson had stated that the Holocaust was "a huge lie" as "the principle is to extract enormous sums of money from the Germans as compensation", blaming international bankers. Goodson authored a book titled Bonaparte & Hitler Versus the International Bankers where he maintained World War II was provoked by the economic success of Germany, and he has also criticized the political actions of Jewish bankers, posting his views on like-minded websites.[5]
 

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Usury is necessary because of inflation, and because there is no incentive to lend money without profit.
Inflation is not a natural law of the universe. It is a policy decision to grow the supply of money over time. This benefits those closest to that new money.

There are incentives other than profit. I would loan my brother money to buy a car without interest. I am motivated by love for him, his safety, his convenience, and his benefit. A state bank would loan money to infrastructure projects without interest. It would be motivated by the benefits to the people.
Every action need not be profit driven.

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I was trying to add this to my Amazon wishlist, but apparently the faggots at Amazon have banned it as wrongthink. Is it available in hardcover anywhere?
 
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Usury, an unthinkable evil in virtually every society before modernity, and financiers the most despised of all professions. Now the very basis of the economy and almost all human relations.

Really makes you think.:thinking:
Our usurious financial system operates like a giant, parasitical Ponzi scheme. The only way to keep it afloat is with more economic growth, and the way we’ve unlocked more economic growth in the past century has been through rapid, unprecedented technological advancement not seen at any other time in human history, along with the continual exploitation of ever more natural resources. There are several possible outcomes for this system.
  1. People begin to realize that central banks making up money out of thin air and this money redeeming actual goods and services is a goad little different from slavery, and they revolt.
  2. We hit a technological barrier prohibiting further economic growth, and the financial system collapses.
  3. Our natural resources become so over-exploited that further growth is impossible, and the financial system collapses.
  4. All of the above, at the same time (really resembles what’s happening now, what with the legions of overeducated, underemployed people in first-world countries who are collectively losing their minds).
  5. We find a cheap, near-miraculous way to move things to and from orbit, allowing us to expand the economy into outer space.
Usury is necessary because of inflation, and because there is no incentive to lend money without profit.
Inflation is like a tax on all the money in circulation. Any time the money supply is increased, the value of my savings goes down. Even if I keep dollar bills under the mattress, they can still lift value right out of them. In a sane civilization, this would be recognized as theft. Instead, people treat it as a reasonable incentive to spend, to invest, to do more work, and so on and so forth. With the legalized fraud of fractional reserve lending, the bankers can collect interest on money they invent from nothing, while only needing a 10% reserve. Meanwhile, the rest of us have to work like dogs.
 
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Inflation is not a natural law of the universe. It is a policy decision to grow the supply of money over time. This benefits those closest to that new money.

There are incentives other than profit. I would loan my brother money to buy a car without interest. I am motivated by love for him, his safety, his convenience, and his benefit. A state bank would loan money to infrastructure projects without interest. It would be motivated by the benefits to the people.
Every action need not be profit driven.
That is true, but is everyone in your family? Usury is not respected in a tribal, close-knit community, and so is inflation; both are inevitable in systems that try to stand over these groups, unless you want to enforce "love" like in communism.
 

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Our usurious financial system operates like a giant, parasitical Ponzi scheme. The only way to keep it afloat is with more economic growth, and the way we’ve unlocked more economic growth in the past century has been through rapid, unprecedented technological advancement not seen at any other time in human history, along with the continual exploitation of ever more natural resources. There are several possible outcomes for this system.
  1. People begin to realize that central banks making up money out of thin air and this money redeeming actual goods and services is a goad little different from slavery, and they revolt.
  2. We hit a technological barrier prohibiting further economic growth, and the financial system collapses.
  3. Our natural resources become so over-exploited that further growth is impossible, and the financial system collapses.
  4. All of the above, at the same time (really resembles what’s happening now, what with the legions of overeducated, underemployed people in first-world countries who are collectively losing their minds).
  5. We find a cheap, near-miraculous way to move things to and from orbit, allowing us to expand the economy into outer space.


Inflation is like a tax on all the money in circulation. Any time the money supply is increased, the value of my savings goes down. Even if I keep dollar bills under the mattress, they can still lift value right out of them. In a sane civilization, this would be recognized as theft. Instead, people treat it as a reasonable incentive to spend, to invest, to do more work, and so on and so forth. With the legalized fraud of fractional reserve lending, the bankers can collect interest on money they invent from nothing, while only needing a 10% reserve. Meanwhile, the rest of us have to work like dogs.
Shut up, commie.
 
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Shut up, commie.
And here, we have the most pitiful specimen. The modern American conservative. What are you even conserving, anymore? The wealthiest capitalists support socialism and the welfare state because it excuses them from having to pay their workers a living wage. You rail against the likes of Antifa and BLM, but you happily open your wallet for the treasonous corporations that kiss their asses.


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All the shekelsteins out there absolutely love it when you take out a second mortgage just to buy more plastic crap made in a sweatshop by some poor slope halfway across the globe who gets paid fifty cents an hour to hunch over an assembly line for sixteen hours a day. You, yourself, work harder and harder and have less real wealth to your name with each passing year. You think you have a choice, but you don’t have a choice. They own you. They have you by the balls. Consooming is your religion. They have you buying disposable crap, throwing it away when you get bored of it, and then buying more disposable Chinese crap next year. People wonder why they’re financially insecure. They wonder why they can’t make ends meet. Isn’t it obvious? Massively overinflated property prices. Commodities designed with planned obsolescence that crumble to dust in your hands. Easy access to every kind of credit. Social incentives to consoom to prove one’s worth to one’s peers.

If you honestly believe that the workers are not entitled to the products of their own labor, then what do you have to say about the (((financier))) who does not labor at all, but still enriches himself at everyone’s expense, including yours?

Capitalism and Communism are both cruel tricks. Rothschilds or Bolsheviks, take your pick.
 
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