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Arithmetic and its comebacks

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Arithmetic is a mental language, a concept, nothing more. Ten apples are apples. You might eat ten apples, but delete the apples from the equation and ten is just a number and you will get pretty thin eating just numbers. Try it.

The eminent and respected economist Gary North this morning is talking about the state of the European economy, saying that there has to be a 'write-down of debt', which means a 'write-off of debt' and that 'someone has to take the hit', and asks who that should be. He supposes that nobody would be willing to 'take the hit'.

Well, why should it have to be voluntary?

I have been telling you for years that for five millennia a few people have been lending arithmetic in the form of 'tokens of wealth' and collecting the 'capital and interest' in the form of our very real labour, who have to work to produce this arithmetic in our world that has been warped to favour this system and all the things that have been invented to support it - the 'kings' and 'presidents' and 'adversarial political systems' and all and all - yes, all deliberately invented and imposed fictions.

Well for the last two hunded years, the lending of arithmetic has become just that, mere figures written in authentic ink. The perpetrators via their inflicted 'central banks' lend ink to our invented 'leaders' and we repay the fiction of this 'debt' in the form of our all-too-real work, and the owners of our 'central banks' pay our leaders to make sure that we damned well do it - To such an extent that the lenders' tax-exempt 'trusts' now contain perhaps a hundred times all the arithmetic that is in circulation and production, together with much of the reality of the planet that they have acquired with this arithmetic.

So who should 'take the hit'? and most certainly it should not be left to be voluntary.

One F. Stein - with his picture - in the Daily Telegraph said yesterday of a dead poet, and I copy:

"So he was criticizing war ?

But he never delved deeply enough into the matter to find out that all wars are financed by the Rothschilds and Rockefellers ?

Poor him.

So he died uninformedly, in a state of non-enlightenment.

I could have enlightened him about the machinations behind world politics. And Dr. John Coleman also could have."

Well, so could I, and as you may have seen I previously have done so at length.  Remember also that their proto-matriarch said "There are no wars unless my sons want them," which tells us who arranges such wars for their fun and profit.

So, while naturally loth to point a finger at such elevated and particularly pious folk, I really have to insist that we take the now evident unreality of the loan into account. Thus I very pointedly ask you, Reader, who should 'take the hit'? And, remember, this is not just European 'debt', but the inevitable product of their lending of arithmetic all over the planet.

Therefore, and I am not talking about their returning just something so insubstantial as arithmetic, isn't this what is termed in the vernacular 'payback time'?

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