< HOME  Sunday, November 27, 2005

Time is Money; Or, Is It?

How much money is your time worth?

The bankers who manufactured this grotesque system KNOW that the only way they can make themselves filthy rich is off the backs of others.

Think about it; a banker has only 24 hours in his day--JUST LIKE every other human being.

But, somehow his hour is worth millions, while the average laborer's hour is worth 7 bucks.


Bankers insist that INTEREST represents "the time value of money."

But you and I know that money does not have time, only people do.

I challenge anyone to bury a dollar, come back in a week and see if it's not still a dollar!

So, what gives?

By gaining control of the MONEY SUPPLY and convincing people that money has a TIME value, central bankers (through interest) effortlessly collect unto themselves the value of millions of hours of other people's time, the equivalent of RENT on all MONEY in circulation, leaving those who borrow MONEY with only a fraction of their TIME! (i.e., wealth) Voila!

The value of a central banker's hour is now worth millions of hours OF OTHER PEOPLE'S TIME!!!

Among men, some will be able to see clearly what others must struggle to understand.

If you see clearly, then please, help someone else to understand because we can only change this together.


At Monday, November 28, 2005, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Reminds me of Thoreau: You can't save time, you can only spend it (a rough paraphrase).

At Tuesday, November 29, 2005, Anonymous The Great Cornfolio said...

If "Willie Shakes" had been able to get it right, he'd have said:

"FIRST, we kill all the BANKERS!"

And LO! The lawyers would have no one to PAY them, and thus might retire or lead otherwise useful, productive and/or satisfying lives!!!

At Monday, December 19, 2005, Anonymous Anonymous said...

So true. If I was my neighbour's car, then the value of that is a car was for me in the future. But if he pays me $5 to wash that car, I'd best spend it or invest it soon, because the bankers create more money out of nothing and decrease the value of my $5. The "time value of money" is their scam. In a decade I can't afford a car wash with that $5. How fair is that? The difference between the car wash now, and what I can buy with that $5 in the future is the banker's take.


At Thursday, January 05, 2006, Blogger qrswave said...

Of course, the Great Cornfolio is only kidding, right?

No need for violence. It's human nature for people to do what they're allowed to do.

If we eliminate interest, fractional reserve banking, and floating exchange, all our economic worries will shrink to manageable size once again.

At Thursday, October 28, 2010, Blogger zcocorporation said...

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