MONEY is  NOT what you think | JESUS died for our DEBTs | Templer Banks of America

MONEY is NOT what you think | JESUS died for our DEBTs | Templer Banks of America

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For millennia, we have been told that Jesus Christ died for our sins

The words SIN and DEBT are the same in archaic language

The jubilee year was upon the oncoming of a new administration all personal debts accrued during the time of the precious admin were forgiven

Writing-off debt has been a cornerstone of economic reform for millennia Jesus tried to have this custom reintroduced Forgive us our debts ? As we forgive our debtors ?

Do u C them now?


If you are under the impression banks are owned by a certain family see footnote below

Steve Keen's is one of very few economists - globally - who perfectly predicted the 2008 financial crisis.

More recently he also predicted the Chinese economic downturn and deflation in Europe.

Keen quoted, "I am Professor of Economics and Head of the School of Economics, Politics and History at Kingston University London. I am also a prominent critic of conventional economics. I did anticipate the crisis because banks, debt and money play an integral role in my dynamic (as opposed to equilibrium) approach to economics. My book Debunking Economics explains the many logical and empirical flaws in mainstream (and Marxian) economics without using mathematics.


Prof. Michael Hudson is a veteran of Wall Street and Distinguished Research Professor of Economics at the University of Missouri at Kansas City (UMKC).

He counsels governments on finance and tax policy, and gives presentations all over the world to groups reflecting diverse academic, economic and political constituencies. The money that you pay for debt service to a bank isn’t spent back into the economy. The bank bondholders are basically the 1% of the economy. They’re rich enough that they’re not going to take all this extra money they get to buy more goods and services. They’ll buy shitty trophy art, Andy Warhol junk. Who is the dumbest economic Nobel Prize winner? Paul Krugman. That’s right. He was given a Nobel Prize for not understanding what money was. If he had understood it, that would’ve excluded him from getting the Nobel Prize.


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Footnote The Bank of England was privately owned by stockholders from its foundation in 1694 until it was nationalized in 1946

The Bank became an independent public organization in 1998, wholly owned by the Treasury Solicitor on behalf of the government . It has 0 shareholders today after the 1946 compulsory purchase by the UK government and its stock is not traded,

you can confirm here

Bloomberg :​ SECTOR Government INDUSTRY National SUB-INDUSTRY Governmental Banks

Craft Intelligence :​ Key People/Management at Bank of England + Bank of England headquarters and office locations + Bank of England revenue + Bank of England stock price, funding rounds, valuation and financials


Die Rothschilds - Aktien auf Waterloo

A purportedly "historical" account of the Rothschild family's rise to fortune, set mostly in Great Britain during the Napoleonic wars,, The Rothschilds aimed to show the "Judafication" of British society at Rothschild hands, and thus demonstrate why, in Joseph Goebbels' words, Britons had become "the Jews among Aryans."

+ USA made The House of Rothschild (1934)

Director: Alfred L. Werker Same title as used in Germany before edited re-release 1940 not same film there were 2 .

USA Propaganda machine (msm) was owned then as it is today the same American oligarchy .

If you are not aware how 1930s American Corporate Business funded and partnered Nazis see our earlier videos

Dishonour ¦ Fascists of Wall Street | Corporate Communists | Rouge State Of Amerikkka :

German Templars | True Palestine STORY | Sykes-Picot Agreement | Transfer Agreement

Bank for International Settlements ¦ Central Bank of The World ¦ Hitlers Nazi Bankers Switzerland


Antony C. Sutton, who uses Americas own records

The Federal Reserve Conspiracy Antony C. Sutton, D. Sc.






It is ALL Bavarian Palatine Big Sean is right the Swiss  are Templars  - 




LGT Group is the largest family-owned private banking and asset management group in the world. LGT, originally known as The Liechtenstein Global Trust, is owned by the princely House of Liechtenstein through the Prince of Liechtenstein Foundation and led by its family members H.S.H. Prince Max von UND zu Liechtenstein (CEO) and H.S.H. Prince Philipp von UND zu Liechtenstein (chairman).

LGT is headquartered in Vaduz, Liechtenstein with a key presence in Zurich, Switzerland. The company maintains 3,405 employees in over 20 offices around the globe, Asia, Australia, Europe, the Middle East and North America.

Affiliates and holdings

  • Apollo Global MGMT Inc.
  • Blackstone Group
  • Carlyle Group
  • Guardian Trustee
  • LGT Management Services
  • STG Schweizerische Treuhandgesellschaft
  • Swiss Securities Company
  • Validus Wealth Managers Private Ltd.
  • Wideopenwest Inc
  • Jeld Wen Hldg Inc.

Hans-Adam II, Prince of Liechtenstein

Hans-Adam II (Johannes Adam Ferdinand Alois Josef Maria Marco d'Aviano Pius; born 14 February 1945) is the reigning prince of Liechtenstein. He is the son of Franz Joseph II, Prince of Liechtenstein (1906–1989) and his wife, Countess Georgina von Wilczek (1921–1989).

He also bears the titles Duke of Troppau and Jägerndorf, and Count of Rietberg.

Hans-Adam is the richest monarch in Europe

He was born on 14 February 1945 in Zürich, Switzerland, as the eldest son of Prince Franz Joseph II and Princess Gina of Liechtenstein,[2] with his godfather being Pope Pius XII.

His father had succeeded as Prince of Liechtenstein in 1938 upon the death of his childless grand-uncle, Prince Franz I, and Hans-Adam was thus hereditary prince from birth.

Hans-Adam owns LGT banking group and has a family fortune of $US7.6 billion and a personal fortune of about $US4 billion, making him one of the world's richest heads of state, and Europe's wealthiest monarch.

He owns an extensive art collection, much of which is displayed for the public at the Liechtenstein Museum in Vienna.

State budget

These days there are few countries which can claim to be debt-free. Liechtenstein is one of them




Big Investment Firm Bought Up Gold Stocks and Microsoft. Here’s What It Sold.


An investment firm owned by a royal family recently made major adjustments in its investment portfolio.

LGT Capital Partners, which is owned by the Princely House of Liechtenstein, bought up gold stocks Newmont Mining (ticker: NEM) and Anglo Gold Ashanti (AU), and Microsoft (MSFT), while selling SolarWinds (SWI) shares in the fourth quarter. LGT disclosed the trades in a form it filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission.

LGT, which manages $65 billion in assets, didn’t respond to a request for comment on the stock transactions.

LGT bought 340,410 additional shares of Newmont in the fourth quarter to end 2020 with 1.4 million shares.


Newmont stock surged 37.8% in 2020, and so far this year, shares have risen 3.1%. In comparison, the S&P 500 index, a measure of the broader market, rose 16.3% last year, and has risen 2.3% year to date.

The investment firm bought 769,890 more American depositary receipts of South African-based miner AngloGold to end the fourth quarter with 1.9 million ADRs.

AngloGold ADRs managed to eke out a 1.3% gain in 2020. So far this year they are up 2.6%.


In November, AngloGold halted operations at an Argentina mine for 10 days following the detection of Covid-19 cases among its workers. In December, AngloGold said that strong cash-generation will support a sharply higher dividend payment. Also that month, BMO Capital Markets analyst Raj Ray upgraded AngloGold to Outperform from Market Perform. “[W]e see some potential near-term positive catalysts that could drive share price performance,” Ray wrote in a research report.


Microsoft's stock surged 41.0% last year, and so far in January it is up 1.6%.

Microsoft has benefited by focusing on the cloud, a move that paid off as the coronavirus pandemic pushed office workers to work from home, creating a critical mass of remote workers. Last week, the software giant announced an investment in General Motors ’ (GM) self-driving-car unit Cruise.

LGT bought 299,720 Microsoft shares in the quarter to end 2020 with 1.2 million shares.

The investment firm also sold 90,000 SolarWinds shares to end the year with 430,000 shares of the provider of IT infrastructure management software.


SolarWinds stock crumbled in December after the company disclosed that it was the victim of a cyberattack. Shares ended 2020 with a loss of 19.4%, but they are up 6.6% so far in January.

In January, J.P. Morgan analyst Sterling Auty wrote in a report that SolarWinds stock was “an attractive opportunity” for those tolerant of risk.


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