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16 December 2009, Ron Paul: "Ben Bernanke is the greatest counterfeiter of money in the world." When we talk about our past and our present, then we talk about the times in which counterfeiting of money is legal and institutionalized. Obviously, we're talking about the system designed by the banksters to serve bankers at the expense of everybody else. Let me describe our politics of powerlessness: no problem - no solution. If we really want to talk about our real basic problems, then sorry, but we really have to mention money without any value, issued out of nothing in unlimited quantities as a debt, with one and only primary purpose: gaining of absolute power and control. When is enough, enough? Right now! It is time to stop talking and do something - obviously, the one and only functional solution is to abort the very dangerous and destructive illusion, their global debt-based monetary machine. 7th December 2010: The Biggest Bank Run In World History?


A spectre is haunting Europe. Its not the revolution that Karl Marx supposed would come about. Nor is it Parisian students and workers taking to the streets as in May 1968. It is the vision of hordes of Europeans striking back at those who caused global financial crash. This time, organizers are calling for the use of a new weapon, one available to any of us with a bank account. It is the simple act of removing all of our money from the banks, and doing so in mass on the same day - December 7th. While it is hard to know who first thought of this marvelous act of political theater, it has begun to take serious traction in France and is now spreading across Europe. It has especially taken off since a ringing endorsement of the idea began making the rounds on YouTube and Facebook by the always amusing, and surprisingly thoughtful, ex-soccer star Eric Cantona. His sights are now trained on the banking and financial system that he holds responsible for current global economic problems. The 44-year-old former footballer recommended a run on the cash reserves of the world's banks.




"I don't think we can be entirely happy seeing such misery around us. Unless you live in a pod. But then there is a chance... there is something to do. Nowadays what does it mean to be on the streets? To demonstrate? You swindle yourself. Anyway, that's not the way any more.

We don't pick up weapons to kill people to start the revolution. The revolution is really easy to do these days. What's the system? The system is built on the power of the banks. So it must be destroyed through the banks.

This means that the three million people with their placards on the streets, they go to the bank and they withdraw their money and the banks collapse. Three million, 10 million people, and the banks collapse and there is no real threat. A real revolution.

We must go to the bank. In this case there would be a real revolution. It's not complicated; instead of going on the streets and driving kilometres by car you simply go to the bank in your country and withdraw your money, and if there are a lot of people withdrawing their money the system collapses. No weapons, no blood, or anything like that.

It's not complicated and in this case they will listen to us in a different way."

 

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