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The Web of Debt: : the Shocking Truth about Our Money System and How We Can Break Free

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  • Posted July 17, 2011

    Getting out of the debt trap and calling prosperity back

    As of july 2011, the U.S. and actually the whole world are trapped in debt, the U.S. will get a lower grade on its credit. So, this affects everyone, anyone who uses money. Do yo what howto put an end to this mess? Then this book is for you.

    You don't have to have a masters degree or even have been to university to "get it". This book is free of all that confussing and empty jargon used to scare people and put them out of the way of what is really going on. Just read it!

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 7, 2013

    This book is a real education, eliminating one¿s naiveté about m

    This book is a real education, eliminating one’s naiveté about money and the banking system. Novel-like and engrossing, its pages reveal the history of usury banking’s conspiracy against society. It shows that, contrary to common belief, almost all money is created by private banks when they make loans rather than by government, and that our banking system, which we’ve been lead to believe is the honest, solid, indispensable steward of our hard-earned money, is actually a deceptive parasite that continually steals from us and sickens our economy. Usury banking, she informs us, has long been a primary source of our economic woes—a harmful middleman that we would be better off without. And she provides the solution: a debt-free medium of exchange created by we-the-people through our government, supporting the real economy rather than suppressing it, with interest returning to government to defray taxes or pay for government services. She shows that this system has been, in Benjamin Franklin’s colonial Pennsylvania, Lincoln’s greenback era, and elsewhere, an engine for prosperity, allowing industry and free enterprise to flourish. While exposing the central flaw in our social economy, it is a tremendously optimistic book, pointing the way to a much brighter future.

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