By logic, usury leads to poverty and inequality on a grand scale, and poverty and inequality lead to social strife. In turn, social strife is the greatest of all sins. Thus, it follows that usury is the greatest of all sins, because usury is the main cause and the impetus for social strife. As a result, it is no coincidence that Vladimir Putin mentioned America’s “central bank” in one of his virtual discussions recently. I should also mention the bedbug and rodent epidemic in Manhattan which I was made aware of by an Uber driver while I was there for a United Nations (UN) Youth Conference in the Summer of 2016.
And after sobering up from decades of bloodthirst and pagan human sacrifice and thus a “crusade,” this greatest sin of Washington is then exacerbated and amplified by what amounts to the death knell of American global hegemony which in turn consists of two basic elements, namely, a cruel and heartless attempt at strangulating and depriving everyone who is not liberal and Jewish of their livelihoods through sanctions and other means, as well as blind support for Israel, the consequences of which are probably invisible to the naked eye at the moment but have dire and severe consequences in the long run.
Moreover, happy-faced, gleeful, and jejune idiots on CNN and in the bureaucracy and Congress do not diminish the gravity of the evil behind what they are essentially doing. Empirical jargon and the insistence on appearance and form rather than content and truth – all of which is underpinned by money-lust – is truly becoming tiresome, ridiculous, and extremely dangerous. It has gotten so dangerous, that Joe Biden could be seen with his eyes bulging as he walked the House Chamber while exclaiming “War???” to an onlooker. And that is exactly what Volodymyr Zelensky and the “Israel Lobby” want, namely, for America to sleepwalk into a huge war while under the spell of Rothschild money. That is the ultimate goal, objective, plan, and scheme of people like Tony Blinken, Volodymyr Zelensky, and a number of others. And hopefully, they will fail.
To conclude, one should consider what the Palestinian-American intellectual and scholar Rashid Khalidi wrote:
“Resistance to exaggerated American hegemony in various parts of the world, and the decisions made by America’s citizens and by future administrations, will determine whether or not the United States will go forward on the course of folly in the Middle East that it embarked on during the first years of the twenty-first century. It is vital to recall that this ‘war on terror’ was always seen by its proponents as a permanent war, as a war without limits or end, akin to the Cold War but hotter and longer. If it is continued…in the form in which it was initiated in the wake of the attacks of 9/11, through primarily military means, and through the use of overwhelming force in areas that have little or nothing to do with actual terrorism directed against the United States, the United States may be facing a series of campaigns even longer, and certainly bloodier, than the Cold War.”