Financial corruption - The Power Station at Langage

By: Dr Edward Hamlyn

The entirety of the rationale for the building of this power station is invented knowledge. Created by money men.

Let us start with the realisation, that the money to create a power station at Langage, does not yet exist.

When it is built, it will be built with new money, that is borrowed into existence. Borrowing money into existence is fraud.

Once you realise the truth of that statement, you will then understand why it is being built, against so much opposition.

The whole purpose of the power station is to make money for financiers. To make money, not to earn money.

The power station will not create the energy we need, it will merely use the need for energy, as an excuse to make money. A load of blather and waffle will be thrown at us, to explain why all this new money must be created, in order to save money, not to create energy. Being a ‘power station’ the financiers imagine that we will assume, it is a station creating power and therefore we shall not look too closely, at the motive for putting it there.

Transforming one sort of energy into another, does not create energy but merely wastes a bigger proportion of existing energy through inefficiency.

We are quite capable of using gas in our homes, without having to turn it into electricity, in order to use it.

We are going to run out of gas, as we import gas from greater and greater distances.

Gas will come to be shipped in as a liquid gas. We shall not be able to ship a Langage to the docks.

If you find it hard to believe, that global finance is corrupt, then you have not taken a look. For decent people, confronting evil is very difficult.

The German people could not confront the Holocaust.

We cannot confront poverty in the Third World.

You personally cannot confront the fact that we borrow new money into existence and then use credit, or debt, as it should be called, as currency. We know we cannot confront that evil, because we fail to see it.

All of us fail to see it. Most especially Gordon Brown and we shall make him our next Prime Minister.

Little wonder that we have given up on opposing the building of the power station at Langage and allow ourselves to believe the financiers are all powerful and that there is nothing we can do about it.

That is where we are all at, at that moment. You and I and everyone else. We are all caved in, merely because we cannot confront evil.

Rubbish!!. We can, but we don't. That is the stark naked truth.

You know perfectly well, that as we make progress, we need more and more new money, all the time, to service that progress.

But you also know, that we tell ourselves, that we cannot trust Governments to create new money. They will go bonkers. Create far too much new money and in no time at all, we should need a wheelbarrow to take their banknotes to buy a loaf of bread.

Yes, there is a consensus which agrees with that 100 per cent. See how foolish we can become. And take a look at the alternative, we allow the banks to make new money, “that is what they are for".

But we insist that the banks create and issue new money as credit. They now have a monopoly on the creation and issuance of new money. I do not expected you to believe that statement. It is unbelievable. What you cannot believe you cannot understand. End of story. There it is, the whole rotten business, stated in a few words. But it is much, much worse.

How do you get people, who have an innate tendency and ability to flourish and prosper, to need to borrow money in order to create new money.

It is trouble and strife, which gets people into debt. Wars are more expensive than human beings can afford, unless they are financed by the banks.

Conflict cannot occur without a hidden third party. Digest that one if you can.

I am taking Langage as a wake up call to financial corruption, which now threatens life on this planet.

You can wake up. It is muchArticle Submission, much more comfortable to be awake than to live in a nightmare

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