MONEY: The 12th and Final Religion

Saturday, February 17, 2007

The 12th and Final Religion

Molock is the God that cannot pardon nor forgive.

Molock is the God of perpetual debt, money at interest and stock exchange (swindle) finance often mistakenly called globalism or capitalism.
R Duane Willing

9march07 message from reader Willard

The God Molock comes to us thanks to Solomon constructing a Temple Milcom for the God Molock, just another name for Milcom, reports Willard, from Kazabazua, just north of Ottawa.

Willard says that the Molock is the God of present day central banking and globalism.
He says it is error to consider globalism as in any way related to improving the rights of people.
The globalists conceal themselves by useing human rights and global trade interchangeably.

They speak to the purchasing of foreign goods as representing trade partnerships leading to equal rights for workers. Since when as a customer making a purchase have you been a partner with company selling the goods?

The term globalism can be deciphered by understanding that the great merchants are talking about their merchandise inventory that is intransit or in a store for sale.

People are only important as customers or ever cheaper labor.

Globalism is about seperating the production of goods from any sense of community social responsibility.

Generally speaking, the world of the great merchant is not the planet but is the interior of the store where the merchandise inventory is for sale. The secret of the globalist world view is revaeled in the price mechanism. When Local production is sold to local merchant then sold to the local customer, each pays a mark-up over the cost. Often this is mistakenly called a profit, but thats another story.

Globalist acquired goods are priced differently, especially when buying from communist countries. For example, a comunist country has a currency that is only good domestically.

A provincial party chief pays his workers with this domestic money. A major great merchant from America offeres to pay (bribe) a party chief ,desireing to sent his children to "freedom", a $1,000,000 cash for 1,000,000 shirts. Cash will be deposited in a British bank secure from US tax probing. Since the party budget will pay for the shirt production, the party chief can sell the shirts for $1.00 apiece that would cost $10.00 apiece in the US factory.

A further trick is that the British bank will facilitate invoicing the $1.00 shirts to the great merchant for $10.00 apiece. This bogus cost can be made so excessive that the merchants company can declare bankruptcy. The missing $9.00 now circulates in the international money market to eventually be paid to the CEO in secret or as a performance bonus.

Thanks to Willard of Kazabazua, a neighbor approaching perfection, a man of thousands of Masses and Rosaries beyond count and close with Emma, often in deeptrance contact with Loco Lola, the first woman Jesuit in 1555.

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