by Gabriel Donohoe
The first line of an article on page 2 of the Irish Daily Mail on Friday, August 24th, 2012, by Senan Molony, Political Editor, reads:
“The nation’s bond sellers boosted State coffers by another €1 billion yesterday – bringing closer the day when our financial sovereignty is restored.”
This is an egregious lie. Molony gets no kudos for this piece of shallow journalism. Either he has been duped by government/bankster propaganda or he is a compliant cog in the elitist gears of deception. Does he not know that borrowing from foreigners will cause any nation to automatically lose its sovereignty?
The maxim has been well known for millennia. Proverbs 22:7 says, “The rich rule over the poor, and the borrower is slave to the lender.”
Napoleon, who experienced the treachery of banks, well understood the hierarchy between the lender and the borrower: “The hand that gives is above the hand that takes.”
Borrowing money from foreign banks allows these oligarchs to dictate to our government. They tell us, the sovereign people of Ireland, what we can or cannot do. They inflict hardship and austerity on us so that they can steal the fruits of our labours and cram their own bulging pockets. Look at what the bankster Troika are now demanding in the next budget, more taxes and deeper cuts in government services.
Molony tells us that Michael Noonan, our Bilderberger Minister for Finance, is happy with our return to the markets and declared that a successful return by the State to full market funding at competitive rates was an essential step to economic recovery.
This financial policy is totally contrary to the interests of the Irish people. Nonetheless, Frankfurt and the City of London will be delighted with the whitewashing by their man in Government Buildings, Dublin. Molony seems proud to tell us that praise for Ireland’s capitulation to cruel bailout terms and conditions came from Reuters financial analysts, a firm widely believed to be owned or controlled by the House of Rothschild.
But not everyone is fooled by the lies and propaganda inherent in articles like the one mentioned above. More and more people are becoming educated to the fact that Ireland doesn’t need credit from the international banksters at all. This credit is a scam, a giant scheme to steal money from a sovereign people.
We’ve even been told this in an incredibly candid admission by a high ranking banker in the 1930s. Lord Josiah Stamp, Director of the Bank of England, said:
“The modern banking system manufactures money out of nothing. The process is perhaps the most astounding piece of sleight of hand that was ever invented…Banking was conceived in iniquity and born in sin…If you want to be slaves to the bankers, and pay the costs of your own slavery, then let the banks create money.”
Ireland could take her sovereignty back tomorrow by issuing her own currency, debt-free and interest-free, based on the goods and services created by the honest labours of the people. This has been explored in other articles on this site and there is no need to expand on it here. Such an action by the government would lead to full economic independence for Ireland, a drastic reduction in taxes, the abolition of the national debt, and the creation of full employment and abundance in the country.
When are we ever going to see so-called journalists probing honestly and deeply into these matters, discussing them in public, and shining the light on government malfeasance and incompetence for the betterment of the country?
Alas, Senan Molony is only one of many ‘journalists’ who are happy to push the party line rather than any attempt at real, honest, insightful old-fashioned journalism.