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One of the basic, universal, endemic and lethal plagues of the world is monopoly; and the stronger a monopoly is, the easier it is for it to become increasingly stronger and screw us more and more. The means by which monopolies grow so easily and so rapidly is the greatest swindle in history: the theft of monetary sovereignty, aggravated by debt money. In the presence of them, and of the spiral of inextinguishable debt and of the unbridgeable competitive advantage resulting from them, ALL the bodies are inescapably doomed to fall into the hands of the usurpers of monetary sovereignty, through the forming of larger and larger monopolies. Not only public bodies and institutions, governments and states, are not immune, but on the contrary they are the first targets, being particularly sought−after for their function as primary tools of coercion and expropriation of peoples. And the world is being strangled by stolen monetary sovereignty, debt money and monopolies.

The cycles of ups and downs, be them collapses of financial markets or economic crises, that get passed off as “physiological economic cycles” are an example of this premeditate strangling. The mechanism is as follows:
Monetary sovereignty includes the power to decide how much money must exist and whom to grant it to as well, and the bankers possessing it use this power to cause cycles of ups and downs deliberately. The duration of the cycle is immaterial, ten or one hundred years, the mechanism doesn’t change. At the beginning of the cycle they throw chum into the water: they make much money available at low cost and thus lead the society to get into debt with them in order to invest. And then at some point they decide to pull in the fishnets: they ask back what they loaned, money becomes more and more scarce and costly, the noose tightens upon the neck of those who borrowed and now can’t give the money back anymore, and individuals, businesses and institutions, deliberately led to insolvency, blow up, go bankrupt and get expropriated on by the bankers in order of financial exposure and insolvency. At every cicle of ups and downs, the big fishes among the bankers foreclose and seize another slice of society: individuals, businesses, institutions and the small fry among their competitors.