Monday, 22 December 2014

Red Ice Radio November 28, 2014

Anthony Migchels - Usury: The Problem with the Economic System & Alternative Currencies
Anthony Migchels is an Interest-Free Currency activist and founder of the Gelre, the first Regional Currency in the Netherlands. He joins us to talk about the very central problems of economics today, usury or interest, alternative currencies and more. We begin by discussing the problems with our global usury economy, which results in the rich owning the majority of the wealth – a scheme that will inevitably lead to an economic collapse. Anthony explains how the money powers that be have plans spanning centuries and this predatory system, disguised as a free market strategy, is backed by the extremes of Libertarianism and Marxism, philosophies that contradict the very nature of mankind. We’ll also take a look at how the workforce produces the majority of the wealth for the rich, yet their wages, food and basic commodities are taxed, resulting in total slavery to the state. Then, Anthony talks about the monetary reform movement, which is concerned with the creation of money out of nothing, as opposed to the problem of usury. In the second hour, we discuss the shift of power and the crunch to destroy the west that occurred when the U.S. exported its entire manufacturing base to China. We’ll also talk about capitalism, mass immigration, feminism and the destruction of the nuclear family, and the degradation of the brotherhood of men. Then, we’ll consider the implications of revisionist history concerning WWII and the Jewish banking system’s involvement. Anthony then discusses the Euro-crisis and the inevitable crash of the global economy. We’ll wrap up with some reflections on possibilities of a mass awakening and the improvement of living standards.

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Hour Two


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1 comment:

  1. Migchels still hasn't learned that usury and interest are not the same thing. Ezra Pound had a lot of problems with Migchels types in his day as well, guys who only go so far in their discernment and understanding and then for unknown reasons or being overly cautious stop and become ideologues.

    “And so that you don’t continually misunderstand–usury and interest are not the same thing. Usury is a charge made for the use of money regardless of production and often regardless of even the possibilities of production” —
    Ezra Pound Reading, vol. 2, Caedmon Records 1962

    Pound wrote that in 1962, after he had been studying usury and the history of world finance for over 40 years.

    The History of Usury by J.B.C. Murray


    Barbara Villiers or The History of Monetary Crimes by Alexander Del Mar (Del Mar's books were re-discovered and championed by Ezra Pound)


    A History of Precious Metals - Alexander Del Mar


    The German Economic Miracle Under Hitler's Rule


    Life in the Third Reich by Friedrich Kurreck


    “The trick is simple. Whenever the Rothschild and other gents in the gold business have gold to sell, they raise the price. The public is fooled by propagandizing the devaluation of the dollar, or other monetary unit according to the country chosen to be victimized. The argument is that the high price of the monetary unit is injurious to the nation’s commerce.

    But when the nation, that is, the people of that nation own the gold and the financiers own the dollars or other monetary units, the gold standard is restored. This raises the value of the dollar and the citizens of ‘rich’ nations, as well as citizens of other nations, are diddled.” ~ Ezra Pound

    If you truly understand the above quote, you will understand the essence of how the world financial swindle operates and can judge everything else that happens on the grandest scale financially with regard to whether they fit that formula or not. But to write just that much about the 'simple trick,' Pound had to research hundreds of hard-to-find books in many languages that did not obfuscate the real issue, needles in the haystack of thousands of books promoted by the usurocracy (a Pound coined word) that existed only for that obfuscation.

    Migchels also doesn't understand Fascism. What Fascism taught people was “eternal vigilance in action” or that defending by force against an unjust government usurping (usur-ping) their nation was not their vague duty “some day” but their everyday obligation. Justified ass-kickings in colloquial terms against criminals who had passed laws making their criminality 'legal.' The price of freedom or for that matter relatively independent nationhood has to be paid, there is no other way around it when the patient is in dire condition and will die without surgery. That’s when the “surgical knife of Fascism” (as Ezra Pound called it) comes in to save the day. It is not surgery as a way of life but immediate access to surgery should it be needed (something you do not have in a democracy or a parliamentary system), and it certainly is not a coincidence that the word Fascism has been smeared with endless negative associations to mean the former.

    ~ Negentropic