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Definition: Finance is the management of revenues; the conduct or transaction of money matters generally, especially those affecting the public, as in the fields of banking, investments and markets. Most individuals immediately think of the banking system as the overseers of society’s housing of money. From the time we were little, we have been taught that if we deposit our earnings and savings into a bank, it will be safe and can acquire interest by a federal organization that exists to support our wealth and financial education. Unfortunately, once the banking system became centralized, that concept flew out the window.
As of today, many are unaware that The Federal Reserve System is not only a private organization, but is over 80% foreign owned by various European dynasties who hold the largest fortunes in the world. The United States has actually been enslaved by this elite secret cartel, forced to pay for the printing of her own currency that has really no value whatsoever. This financial institution, which esteems itself for preserving the stability of the U.S. economy, actually loans out $12 for every $1 it holds in reserves. They systematically eliminated through legislation any gold or silver backed currency that would hold its value, and continue to circulate extravagant amounts of currency, causing prices to soar and inflation to increase. With increased inflation we are able to buy less goods and services for the money we earn.
What so many don’t realize is that all this talk about lowering the national debt is a big stage production. The politicians and the bankers KNOW that if they stop printing money, our economy would collapse. We live within a debt-based financial system, so if the debt was eliminated, the system would implode.
Please review the links below for various perspectives on the world of finance. The more you read, the less you will believe in the legitimacy of this system. It is a farce and a scam and trillions of dollars have been stolen right from under our noses by The Federal Reserve. Read on to find out how.