I can’t take any credit for the following info, it is a re blogged post from another blog called we the people of Australia. Check it out sometime it’s full of very interesting information.
I reblogged the following as it one of my favourite posts and it’s very relevant as to why I feel I don’t fit into the society we have all created.
Bondage or Slavery
A BOND is like an IOU.
The holder of the bond is the lender (creditor), the issuer of the bond is the borrower (debtor), and the coupon is the interest.
The first ever government bond was issued by the Bank of England in 1693 to raise money to fund a war against France. It was in the form of a tontine. Later, governments in Europe started issuing perpetual bonds (bonds with no maturity date) to fund wars and other government spending. The use of perpetual bonds ceased in the 20th century, and currently governments issue bonds of limited term to maturity.
So with the BONDS MARKET, they are trading IOU’s.
So, BONDS, BONDS are IOU’s. Its a PROMISE for something in return.
What is the promise i wonder??? Lets have a look at some striking dates.
1540 King Henry VIII forms Church of England
1540 Cestui Que Trusts are formed
1611 King James Bible is Law
1666 Cestui Que Vie Trusts are formed (for life instead of one year)
This is England creating a system for GOODS LOST AT HOLY SEE
1688 Glorious Revolution James II runs off to France
1689 Rome infiltrates and changes the Privy Council
1689 Bill of Rights
1689 Bank of England Act
1693 first Bond Issued by the Bank of England, Bonds are IOU’s Remember
1860 Bill of Rights Act
1870 Bank of England Act, the Bank is now Bankrupted
1874 Slave Trade Act, all Slave Acts are merged into one act and slavery is supposedly abolished. It is now IOU Slavery for a BANKRUPTCY SYSTEM.
So, we know that GOVERNMENTS issue BONDS, we know that BANKS issue BONDS.
How did this all start. How does a BANKRUPTED Crown create an IOU to a system that goes against THE BIBLE made in Law in 1611 which warns people of these events about to take place.
There is only one thing i can think of. LABOR. SLAVE LABOR. But the Slave Trade Act was changed, and slavery in shackles and ownership was abolished. But you have to think, at this time, if you owned a slave, you had to look after him, clothe him, feed him, put a roof over his head. You could punish your slaves, even kill them, but you had to look after them.
DEBT SLAVERY removed this Benefit from Slavery. Slaves now had to feed themselves, they went FREE RANGE, and had to fight in the FARM of earth they created into a blind prison. This was done by way of enforced labor, just to put food on the table. This is the world of STARVATION AND POVERTY that is allowed to run havoc in our world, and its all due to a BOND being an IOU and your need to labor to earn your DEBT PROMISES to labor more so that you can feed your family.
The only thing that ties you to this bond or IOU is you are the holder of a CERTIFICATE. And this certificate called a Birth Certificate or a Citizenship Certificate, is tied to the International Monetary Funds through the ATO by number to manage the BONDS that are created.
Bonds and stocks are both securities, but the major difference between the two is that (capital) stockholders have an equity stake in the company (i.e. they are investors), whereas bondholders have a creditor stake in the company (i.e. they are lenders).
Consol (originally short for consolidated annuities, but can now be taken to mean consolidated stock) is a form of British government bond (gilt), dating originally from the 18th century. The first consols were originally issued in 1751. Consols are one of the rare examples of an actual perpetual bond: although they may be redeemed by the British government, this is unlikely to happen in the foreseeable future.
Gilt-edged securities are bonds issued by certain national governments. The term is of British origin, and originally referred to the debt securities issued by the Bank of England, which had a gilt (or gilded) edge. Hence, they are known as gilt-edged securities, or gilts for short. Today the term is used in the United Kingdom as well as some Commonwealth nations, such as South Africa and India. However, when reference is made to “gilts”, what is generally meant is “UK gilts,” unless otherwise specified.
Colloquially, the term “gilt-edged” is sometimes used to denote high-grade securities, consequently carrying low yields, as opposed to relatively riskier, below investment-grade securities.
GUILT??? GILT??? No U in early english, they always used a V.