Creep wrote:I wouldn't say that forever lasts till somebody's death. If it does, then forever is too short. I would say that forever is equal to Eternity.
Great way to derail the conversation.
Nitpick the use of wording.
My use of the word "forever" was in alignment with the current usage definition. I also put in parenthesis, the specific meaning I meant.
What is really annoying, is that you didn't break out the above, into a separate paragraph from below.
Creep wrote:But in this case the banks can't claim for so long. They simply won't survive. Under such circumstances I can assume that the Banking System is neither the Law, nor the Rule. It's just an arbitrariness of some individuals who are regular usurers like the ones Christ whipped. If they are wrong, that's their own fault and there's nobody to blame.
The current banking system is the law. It is a completely "legal" ponzi scheme of all ponzi schemes.
It is not the arbitrariness of some individuals. It [b:2leu79ki]IS[/b:2leu79ki] the system.
The Federal Reserve System.
Everyone who uses Federal Reserve Notes is engaging in usury, whether knowingly or unknowingly.
Everyone who uses Federal Reserve Notes is engaging in global control and domination, whether knowingly or unknowingly.
The usury system has been put into law by the US congress. Anyone who does not practice usury is
shut down, smashed into the ground or killed.
The first post in this thread says it all.
If the U.S. people knew what the system was, there would be revolution before morning.
You may take this statement lightly, but I spoke truth when I said "when you figure it out, you will be [b:2leu79ki]furious[/b:2leu79ki]".