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Offline Rowan Berkeley

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Re: Spanish Civil War and the House of Rothschild
« Reply #20 on: April 17, 2007, 09:31:27 PM »
People could maybe think about the standard relationship between a businessman and his banker, if they cannot get the glitter of royalty out of their tiny childlike eyes. They will have to agree that the businessman takes the credit for his accomplishments, puts his own name (not his banker's name) on the facade if his factory in very large letters, gets interviewed by the press, etc.

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Re: Spanish Civil War and the House of Rothschild
« Reply #21 on: May 06, 2007, 11:42:30 AM »
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People could maybe think about the standard relationship between a businessman and his banker,

By all means, let us think about this. Here is how it goes: The businessman needs money to improve his business in some manner. He goes to the banker, who creates the money out of thin air, and lends it to the businessman at usurious interest rates, all of which the businessman must repay to the banker at a predetermined rate. The banker then sits back, and hopes that the businessman will fail, so the banker can repossess the collateral put up for the loan in question, and resell it for pennies on the non existent dollar he loaned out in the first place, thus maximizing his profits on the transaction. That is how it works. Rather than getting his name on a factory, the banker should consider himself fortunate that he is not strung up from the nearest lamp post, for all his efforts!!!

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if they cannot get the glitter of royalty out of their tiny childlike eyes.

What a condescending, stupid comment. Given that for almost the entirety of human civilization, mankind has been ruled by royalty in one form or another, it should not be discussed, nor should it be referenced to in regards to other things?
I would tend to think that the determination of how royalty achieved power and maintained it, as a system of governance, for as long as it did, would be paramount in the examination of what is happening in the world at the present time. It seems that most (s)elected leaders of our time, are nothing less than untitled royalty!!
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Re: Spanish Civil War and the House of Rothschild
« Reply #22 on: May 07, 2007, 04:57:00 AM »
AfroSaxon?
Are you telling me that we have found the "black DBS"?
ive been looking for them...
good.
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Re: Spanish Civil War and the House of Rothschild
« Reply #23 on: May 07, 2007, 05:12:08 AM »
AfroSaxon?
Are you telling me that we have found the "black DBS"?
ive been looking for them...
good.


Yes, weeble, a whole site full of black DBSes, all sitting around in a huge circle jerk, blaming whitey for all their personal problems, and inadequacies.

Have at 'em!!! ;D
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