[geocentrism] Re: A tool of Satan

  • From: "philip madsen" <pma15027@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: <geocentrism@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Fri, 14 Mar 2008 06:16:03 +1000

A tool of Satan?  Yes another.. This is from a real Catholic Bishop today. You 
will not hear modern Rome dare to say such a truth. You can find the most 
recent of his short letters here
Q: Still, how can not enough money be circulating amongst all the nations at 
once ?

A: Because the 300-year rise of "fractional reserve banking" means that the 
vast amount of money circulating worldwide comes into existence in the form of 
a loan. For instance you are most likely unaware that there is every 
probability that even the cash in your pocket was borrowed by your country's 
government from the country's (non-government) central bank, to which the 
government is paying interest on that cash ! Now for a loan to take place, both 
lender and borrower need confidence, the lender that he will be paid back, the 
borrower (if he is honest) that he will be able to pay back. This confidence 
has been dwindling in a big way, worldwide, since about July.

Q: Why ?

A: Mainly because of a new form of debt paper being introduced a few years ago 
called "derivatives", named from debt deriving from other debt. Even many 
experts are not exactly clear how derivatives work, which must be part of the 
problem. However, one very successful American investor, Warren Buffett, who 
must have studied them, has called them "weapons of mass financial 
destruction". Indeed. There is now a shaking 30 trillion US dollar mountain of 
derivatives threatening the world's financial system.

Q: What do we do ?

A: One, be ready for hardship. Two, do not be surprised if a 9/11 Part II 
happens to distract us. Three, turn to the Gospel:- "Seek ye first the Kingdom 
of God, and all these things will be added unto you". "Fear not him who can 
harm only the body. Fear him who can throw body and soul together into Hell". 
Economics are only of things bodily. Kyrie Eleison.   Bishop Williamson. 

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