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Old September 9th, 2017, 03:56 AM   #21
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smart girl.

I don't have a clue what she's talking about.

she's going to grow up and own Goldman Sachs.
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Old September 9th, 2017, 06:01 AM   #22
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I never said the fed was government owned. Why do you insist on just destroying your own posts with ludicrous strawmen. I said the Bank of England and the Bank of Canada were government owned.

And you are further showing your ignorance by saying the Monarchy controls it. Since before Queen Victoria, the Monarch has been a powerless figurehead. The queen makes nice with whoever the government tells her to. Same as our Governor General. A powerless figurehead.
The queen is not a figure head

Mystery lifted on Queen's powers

Full list of those powers

Domestic Affairs

The appointment and dismissal of ministers;

The summoning, prorogation and dissolution of Parliament;

Royal assent to bills;

The appointment and regulation of the civil service;

The commissioning of officers in the armed forces;

Directing the disposition of the armed forces in the UK;

Appointment of Queen's Counsel;

Issue and withdrawal of passports;

Prerogative of mercy. (Used to apply in capital punishment cases. Still used, eg to remedy errors in sentence calculation)

Granting honours;

Creation of corporations by Charter;

Foreign Affairs

The making of treaties;

Declaration of war;

Deployment of armed forces overseas;

Recognition of foreign states;

Accreditation and reception of diplomats.


https://www.theguardian.com/politics...mofinformation

Here are the incredible powers you didn't know the monarchy has

She has to sign laws.
The Queen has the power to form governments.
She can ignore or overrule ministerial advice in "grave constitutional crisis."
The Queen holds the ability to fire the entire Australian government.
In addition to the UK and Australia, the Queen is also the head of state in Antigua and Barbuda, the Bahamas, Barbados, Belize, Canada, Grenada, Jamaica, New Zealand, Papua New Guinea, Saint Kitts and Nevis, Saint Lucia, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, Solomon Islands, and Tuvalu.
She's the head of a religion.


The weirdest powers of Queen Elizabeth II - Business Insider

It's interesting how little you knew about your Queen, and of course I've already shown you that she appoints the board in the bank.
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Old September 9th, 2017, 06:03 AM   #23
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Not one of you will, but I suggest you go back to 1913 and start your research on the Fed.
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Old September 9th, 2017, 09:23 AM   #24
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The queen is not a figure head

Mystery lifted on Queen's powers

Full list of those powers

Domestic Affairs

The appointment and dismissal of ministers;

The summoning, prorogation and dissolution of Parliament;

Royal assent to bills;

The appointment and regulation of the civil service;

The commissioning of officers in the armed forces;

Directing the disposition of the armed forces in the UK;

Appointment of Queen's Counsel;

Issue and withdrawal of passports;

Prerogative of mercy. (Used to apply in capital punishment cases. Still used, eg to remedy errors in sentence calculation)

Granting honours;

Creation of corporations by Charter;

Foreign Affairs

The making of treaties;

Declaration of war;

Deployment of armed forces overseas;

Recognition of foreign states;

Accreditation and reception of diplomats.


https://www.theguardian.com/politics...mofinformation

Here are the incredible powers you didn't know the monarchy has

She has to sign laws.
The Queen has the power to form governments.
She can ignore or overrule ministerial advice in "grave constitutional crisis."
The Queen holds the ability to fire the entire Australian government.
In addition to the UK and Australia, the Queen is also the head of state in Antigua and Barbuda, the Bahamas, Barbados, Belize, Canada, Grenada, Jamaica, New Zealand, Papua New Guinea, Saint Kitts and Nevis, Saint Lucia, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, Solomon Islands, and Tuvalu.
She's the head of a religion.


The weirdest powers of Queen Elizabeth II - Business Insider

It's interesting how little you knew about your Queen, and of course I've already shown you that she appoints the board in the bank.

Did you not read your own link? It proves you wrong. From your first link:

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Great British political riddle solved as scope of the royal prerogative is revealed for the first time.

One of the last great riddles of the British political system was solved yesterday when the powers wielded by the government in the name of the monarchy were set down on paper for the first time.

The "veil of mystery" surrounding the royal prerogative was lifted when a list of them was published in a move intended to encourage greater transparency.

The prerogative, which includes the power to declare war, is handed from monarchs to ministers and allows them to take action without the backing of parliament.
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Most famously, she owns all swans in the River Thames.

The Sovereign also has dominion over all dolphins in British waters.

The Queen can drive without a licence.

The Queen doesn't need a passport, either.

She has two birthdays.
Some awesome powers there. She theoretically did have one major power although no monarch had exercised that at least for 200 years, that of dissolving parliament. Officially it was the Monarch who did that, but it was only ever done at the request of the Prime Minister. But now, from your link again:

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The Queen previously wielded the power to dissolve Parliament and call a general election, but the Fixed-Term Parliaments Act put an end to that in 2011. Now a two-thirds vote in the commons is required to dissolve Parliament before a five-year fixed-term is up.
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Old September 11th, 2017, 12:15 PM   #25
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debt is slavery.. She listened to Solomon

Borrowers are Slave to the lenders.
The capitalist system is only able to flourish by loading the future with debt to be payed only if the future economy can grow enough to absorb that debt. Let's be honest here: when the local bank draws up a $100,000 or should say $500,000 mortgage to give a prospective homeowner, they only need to leverage 3% of that loan...the rest is created out of thin air and it's new money created out of thin air by a system that can only function as long as most borrowers pay off their loans and the Federal Government can backstop the banks guaranteeing them from failure if they've written up too many bad loans.

From what I've read of the 2008 banking meltdown (a topic I never actually researched before)the reason why the oligarchs were shitting themselves about a total banking collapse is precisely because ALL banks are overleveraged and never have assets to cover outstanding loans. The Obama solution to the banking crisis was..not to nationalize banks temporarily for the free money as some European governments did to get back on track, they didn't even demand that they end these sidebets on investments known as credit default swaps, nor the off-loading of risk through mortgage CDO's that were blamed for inflating and crashing the system. All of this was allowed to continue while the Government invented trillions in new money to keep lines of credit flowing. BUT, all the new QE money, along with future obligations like pensions, has to be payed or the system goes bust.

So, those of us who have lived long enough and well enough to pay off any existing loans are not actually helping the system...certainly not this kind of a system to function.
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Old September 23rd, 2017, 02:23 PM   #26
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The national debt is as much a problem as chemtrails.
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