Thomas Jefferson said that to preserve our freedom we should not let our leaders load us with perpetual debt. We must make our choice between economy and the limits of all profusion and solitude. Although the economy is placed among the top and most important republican virtues of a republic, public debts are the greatest of the dangers to be feared. The debts that are passed down through generations exacerbate social and state instability.
Therefore, if a country and its people ever allow the private banks to control the issue of their money: first by inflation and then by deflation the banks and the corporations will grow around them then will deprive the people of their property until their children will wake-up homeless on the very continent that their forefathers conquered. Does that ring a bell?
Georgios Ardavanis – 10/11/2023