How the "Bank" of Rome Creates "Federal" Reserve Dollars out of Nothing!!
The power of compound interest or usury.
This graph is an example of ONE Rockefeller billion placed in the bank in 1900 at 6% usury and compounded annually. At 6% interest the money doubles every 12 years. There is a rule called the Rule of 72 for calculating usury rates. Divide the usury rate by 72 and the quotient will give you the approximate number of years that it takes the money to double:
The rule of 72
Divide the usury rate by 72 and that will give you the approximate number of years for the money to double.
There is a more precise way to calculate usury using the computer calculator. Most computers have calculators. The formula to calculate principal plus interest for one billion dollars is this:1.000.000 multiplied by 1.06 raised to the power or exponent of 96 equals 268.759.030 billion dollars!! You can also cheat and go here!!
How the "Bank" of Rome creates Federal Reserve Notes out of nothing!!
In a closed monetary system like the U.S., only "Federal" Reserve Notes are legal tender to pay back the bonds. Gold and silver are REAL money and could be used to repay the debt but they are stored in Switzerland and credited to the account of the "Bank" of Rome.
Since the Treasury only printed the PRINCIPAL —not the usury or interest —the money can NEVER be repaid.... The end result is bankruptcy and foreclosure for the government. This is the very same scam that the Bank of England tried to impose on the Colonies when they made specie or coin the only means to repay the king's tax.
Here is another example of money creation by the Federal Reserve Bank. The diagram is from The Truth in Money Book by Theadore R. Thoren and Richard F. Wagner. Thoren and Wagner were experts n the Federal Reserve System and monetized debt creation. However they were not aware of the Secrets of the "Bank" of Rome and the real identity of the moneychangers and their crusade to destroy this country by debt and usury.
The American people have to pay usury on their own money. Not even the Mafia could have dreamed up a more stupendous scam than this!!
THIS IS THE GREATEST SCAM IN THE HISTORY OF THE UNIVERSE!!
Usury is the ONLY cause of inflation!!
Inflation robs a currency of its purchasing power until eventually it buy NOTHING. Before the fall of the Roman Empire, the government debased the currency by clipping the coins and adding less and less silver and gold. Inflation does the same thing to a paper currency as the paper becomes worthless and people lose all faith in the fiat. Eventual collapse can be postponed by printing more and more "money" but eventually the day of reckoning finally arrives.
What a pity he didn't stay digging potatoes... The world would be a much better place today.
John D. Rockefeller was the founder of the "Federal" Reserve Bank. He was a typical usurer. Letting other people do the work and then reaping the benefits. It is a shame that the pious hypocrite NEVER heard a sermon on usury when he attended the Euclid St. Baptist Church every Sunday.
Even though the "Federal" Reserve Bank has the name FEDERAL in it's title, it has no connection with the Federal Government except that it OWNS the government.... The President of the U.S. and Secretary of the Treasury do not sit on its board!! The Chairman is appointed for a period of 14 years. The President does appoint him but that is just a formality as the Fed can easily ruin an uncooperative President by causing a recession or depression.
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