Monday Demonstrations in Germany: The Architects Of The Future

Monday Demonstrations in Germany: The Architects Of The Future


In this original short documentary by NuoVisoTv, we learn about the widely popular, organic, grassroots movement that recently rose up in Germany against the U.S Federal Reserve, Main Stream Media and U.S/NATO Wars.

This is an original short documentary made by NuoVisoTV please follow them on YouTube.

For those interested in the historic background: The German Monday Demonstrations (Montagsdemonstrationen) helped to bring down the repressive surveillance state GDR regime 25 years ago:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Monday_demonstrations_in_East_Germany

Via We Are Change

LukeRudkowski

Luke Rudkowski is an independent journalist, activist, live streamer and founder of WeAreChange.org.
  • BuzzCoastin

    pretty trippy
    Germany is a Homeland colony & still militarily occupied by Duh Homeland
    it’s central bank, the Bundesbank, is a creation of Uncle Sam
    (Uncle Homey’s predecessor)
    and they modelled it after the Fed
    which itself was modelled on Hamilton’s Bank of the US
    which was modelled on the Bank of England

    maybe they ought to start with their version of the Fed
    clean that mess up
    and then go after Unc’s Fed

  • Rhoid Rager

    I hope this spreads internationally. This might be a reboot of Occupy Wall Street, but with more laser-like focus. “Happy 101st birthday fed, now fuck off!”

    • BuzzCoastin

      Empire of Liberty has the history of the Fed type bank system
      which has been a part of the US economic system from the gitgo
      the use of debt as money is essential to modernity
      the bank of england pioneered the scam in 1600s
      the Fed is only one of many such banks

      • Rhoid Rager

        Usury the root of the problem, if you ask me. attempts to defy entropy, which is a fool’s errand

        • BuzzCoastin

          technically, usury is a side effect of the money technology
          money itself is the root of all the evil effects
          Jefferson & his Republicans hated
          Hamilton’s Bank of the US, their version of the Fed
          they killed it in 1811
          and then revived it in 1813
          so as to pay for the war of 1812

          • Rhoid Rager

            one wonders if there will be a war of 2014…. people seem more awake now than in previous generations, but perhaps my vision is skewed by my hope

          • Lookinfor Buford

            Not more awake at all, just faced with much larger problems and less consensus on how to solve them. The Age of Confoundedness

          • https://twitter.com/anti_euclidean ÿ

            I think you mean:

            they had the war of 1812
            in order to revive the Fed in 1813

      • https://twitter.com/anti_euclidean ÿ

        you say “debt as money”
        I say “fiat currency”

        The Mongol administration had issued paper currencies from 1227 on. In August 1260, Kublai created the first unified paper currency called Chao; bills were circulated throughout the Yuan domain with no expiration date. To guard against devaluation, the currency was convertible with silver and gold, and the government accepted tax payments in paper currency. In 1273, Kublai issued a new series of state sponsored bills to finance his conquest of the Song, although eventually a lack of fiscal discipline and inflation turned this move into an economic disaster. It was required to pay only in the form of paper money. To ensure its use, Kublai’s government confiscated gold and silver from private citizens and foreign merchants, but traders received government-issued notes in exchange. Kublai Khan is considered to be the first fiat money maker. The paper bills made collecting taxes and administering the empire much easier and reduced the cost of transporting coins. In 1287, Kublai’s minister Sangha created a new currency, Zhiyuan Chao, to deal with a budget shortfall. It was non-convertible and denominated in copper cash. Later Gaykhatu of the Ilkhanate attempted to adopt the system in Persia and the Middle East, which was a complete failure, and shortly afterwards he was assassinated.

        (Via: duh wikus)

        Europe™: now even less pioneering than before!

        • BuzzCoastin

          all money
          even gold
          is fiat money

          • https://twitter.com/anti_euclidean ÿ

            the money medium
            is a tricky one
            as your comment suggests

            but it only holds
            if we confine ourselves
            to a certain type
            of commodity currency

          • BuzzCoastin

            all money is a medium
            an attempt to take abstract values
            and quantify those concepts into matter
            seems simple enough
            butt it turns out to be Pandora’s box

          • https://twitter.com/anti_euclidean ÿ

            an attempt to take abstract valuesand quantify those concepts

            Fuckin’ Semiotics, am ÿ rite?

          • BuzzCoastin

            the medium is the massage
            McLuhan