By David Icke
David Icke exposes what he says is the genuine tale at the back of international occasions which form the way forward for human life.
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Maria Popova at brainpickings. org: In 1985, 3 years after Barnes died on the age of 90, outliving each individual she ever profiled (“It’s poor to survive your personal iteration. I want i'll be dead,” Barnes had remarked a decade earlier), those amazing conversations have been accumulated in Interviews through Djuna Barnes (public library), that includes Barnes’s personal drawings of her topics. yet what makes them particularly compelling is that Barnes, like today’s such a lot masterful interviewers, poured into those conversations a big volume of her personal middle, brain, and sensibility, in order that they at all times mirrored as a lot approximately her as they did approximately her subjects.
Among them used to be none except James Joyce, whom Barnes interviewed and profiled for vainness reasonable in 1922, months after Ulysses used to be released. The interview is still the main major one Joyce gave in his lifetime, instantaneously the main cryptic and the main revealing.
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The conventional story behind the 'discovery' of the Americas is an example of this. The history books tell us that Christopher Columbus made a guess in 1492 that the Earth was round or pearshaped and if he sailed west, he believed, he would eventually reach India and the Far East which had already been identified by Marco Polo. It is said that he 'accidentally' discovered what we call the West Indies and that he believed he had found India, to the day he died. We are further told that John Cabot and his son, Sebastian, both Venetians, set off from Bristol four years after Columbus had sailed from Spain; Cabot 'discovered' North America in 1497.
In this way they get their loans back through their armament companies while still charging interest on the original loan to the governments. Then, when the two or more countries have devastated each other with the help of money provided by the banks, those same banks lend them more money that doesn't exist to rebuild their shattered nations and infrastructure. This produces even more profits for the banks and, through debt, gives them control of those countries and their peoples. R Morgan, the Rockefeller empire, and many others who, when you look behind the front organisations and 40 ...
In most countries where banks are regulated, there are rules or laws which allow a bank to shut its doors if too many people want their money out at the same time. The bank creates this money out of thin air by typing numbers onto a computer screen. A large slice of your taxes goes to the banks to pay interest on money created in this way when those taxes could be used to ease poverty and hunger, and create greater opportunity. Indeed, if the money system was restructured to serve people and not banks, there is a good case for saying that all taxation could end.
And the Truth Shall Set You Free (21st Century Edition) by David Icke