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Before we begin it is important to note the ancient ruse of the money changer dating back to 33AD was morphed into a pretend loan by today’s purported banking in 1150AD.

The money changers in 33AD were essentially exchanging 1 talent in one denominated currency for 2 talents of another denominated currency, both of which talents where nearly the same weight or measure by a matter of grams back then.

To actually purchase in the market an individual would first have to give a money changer 2 talents in coin & in return receive 1 talent in another coin, so one can at least trade in the market with that specific talent of coin (eg: bank money).

Basically the money changers were robbing an individual of 1 talent for risking nothing of their own by simply exchanging 1 for 2 — taking 100% unearned profit. This unjust intervention in all markets today is of course the banks first crime of theft — stealing a sum of principal.

Since 1150AD the ancient ruse of the money changer that steals 100% in principal has been disguised as a loan, which is in truth a purported loan that neither ethically or rationally transpires in the first place, only as a means to purposely hide an age old  theft that was otherwise so blatantly obvious.

Logically if an individual paid a money changer any more than 2 talents for only receiving 1 talent its therefore paying interest to a money changer for reasons I will explain in the following paragraphs.

Of course we can determine the only difference to ancient money changers exchanging 1 for 2  is  modern day money changers are exchanging 1 for 1 by merely publishing further representations of the money we create. In truth banks are only pretending to exchange 1 for 1, simply because there is only 1 talent of commensurable value representing what value you give up by promising your immediate & or future production before publication — before any sale or subsequent deposit — where its clearly evident the bank is only ever pretending to risk or give up 1 talent in value from the banks otherwise prior legitimate possession.

In essence the banks sleight of hand is basically handing the principal value you just created back to you in a pretend loan so you can trade in the market, & only then as a consequence thereafter charge you a further sum of principal in unwarranted interest for the privilege of being robbed of 1 talent in the first place.

We can likewise further determine the unjust  imposition of unwarranted interest is therefore the banks second crime of theft — resulting from the first crime of theft — stealing 2 talents in total or 2X the principal  for neither risking or giving up anything of value.

Considering the ancient money changers got away with stealing 100% for so long it only stands to reason why today’s modern day money changers, or what are commonly referred to as banks are getting away with stealing 200% plus — when you are all duped into actually believing the bank loans you money in the first place.

David Ardron.
Advocate / mentor, Co-founder, Co-director – Mathematically Perfected Economy™ (au)

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