What is money? and where does money come from? the answer is amazing.. The government lend money from the banks and then pay interest on it, where do the banks get money from? They simply print it! Money allows people to pay for food and pay for their homes but it also prevents people from being able to afford to buy for food and pay for their homes. Money is responsible for the high living standards of millions of people around the world but it is also responsible for low living standards of millions of people around the world. Money is enslaves and controls us but its not even real. There is only one important difference between real money and monopoly and that difference is our belief that one is worth nothing and the other worth something!
People do not need money to live they need, food, water and shelter. Governments intentionally overcomplicate things, its what they are there to do. They are there to make us feel free and make it appear we had a voice and they are working for us but most are not. They are working for money and who controls money? The Banks!
Britain’s and the world nationals debts could be cleared instantly if the government were to nationalize the banks! In Gaddafi’s Libya banks would borrow money interest free and even hand out money so that people can buy their first home! The reason Libya could afford to do this was simple, Libya had no national debt because the banks were state owned unlike the Bank of England and the Federal Reserve.
On the Bank of England’s website they explain;
Who owns the Bank of England today?
Today, we are wholly-owned by the UK government. The entire capital of the Bank, around £14.6 million, is held by the Treasury Solicitor on behalf of HM Treasury. A forthcoming guide will set out how we are funded. There are some misconceptions on the internet about the Bank of England today being owned by private families, the Royal Family or run as a private corporation. However, these stories are untrue.
Crucially, though, while we are owned by HM Treasury, we carry out our responsibilities free from day-to-day political influence. The links below and our main website explain more about how we are governed.
Yet Wikipedia tells us….
In 1977, the Bank set up a wholly owned subsidiary called Bank of England Nominees Limited, (BOEN), a private limited company, with 2 of its 100 £1 shares issued. According to its Memorandum & Articles of Association, its objectives are:- “To act as Nominee or agent or attorney either solely or jointly with others, for any person or persons, partnership, company, corporation, government, state, organisation, sovereign, province, authority, or public body, or any group or association of them….” Bank of England Nominees Limited was granted an exemption by Edmund Dell, Secretary of State for Trade, from the disclosure requirements under Section 27(9) of the Companies Act 1976 , because, “it was considered undesirable that the disclosure requirements should apply to certain categories of shareholders.” The Bank of England is also protected by its Royal Charter status, and the Official Secrets Act.