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28-minute video: CIA Officer Kevin Shipp documents Deep State crimes requiring .01% arrests EXCEPT for those supporting dictatorial fascists, and those too apathetic, stupefied, and without empathy to take action. Who are you on this question?

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“With these people, literally they’re narcissists, they think they’re smarter than everybody else, they’re above the law, they stamp on everyone below them, and they protect on everybody on their level and up.”  ~ Kevin Shipp, former CIA OfficerUSAWatchdog Greg Hunter asks:
How did Hillary Clinton get away with obvious crime with her unprotected server and the shady Uranium One deal?  Shipp says, “The most bizarre thing is the people who protected her from clear felonious activity and violations of the Espionage Act.  James Clapper, Director of National Intelligence, was protecting her and leaking things to the media and lying.  You had John Brennan, Director of the CIA, protecting her by starting a false investigation (on Trump) and stirring things up with this (false/unverified) dossier.  You had James Comey, Director of the FBI, protecting her. . . . Then, you’ve got Peter Strzok protecting her, and now it appears the United Kingdom GCHQ was using NSA information to target Donald Tr…

15-minute video: Expert economics professor explains banks create ‘money’ as Orwellian-opposite: debt created out of nothing and owed back to them with interest. Monetary reform + public banking answers with debt-free money + non-profit credit for no inflation, optimal infrastructure, full-employment worth ~$1 million per US household

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I last wrote on monetary reform and public banking with Wall Street insider Nomi Prins with her new book, Collusion: How central bankers rigged the world, interviewed by USAWatchdog.com's Greg Hunter for 28 minutes.
Now, here’s 15 minutes from The Monetary Institute’s "Our Money, Our Banks, Our Country - Money Creation in the Modern Economy" conference held in Zurich, Switzerland on February 5, 2018 from Professor Richard Werner, Chair in International Banking, University of Southampton to explain what all economic courses teach, but few consider: 
What we use for money is its Orwellian opposite: debt created out of nothing and owed back to private banks with interest.The consequences of these mathematical mechanics of creating negative numbers forever is increasing and unpayable total debt, with accelerating interest costs that can only and always increase until tragic-comic collapse of the system.
There are two fundamental solutions: monetary reform and public banking. 
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