The transfer of wealth upwards, wealth concentration, creates poverty as this regime continues the legacy of suppressing democracy.
As an example, in the British Isles the cost of tobacco is approximately 170 times its manufacturing cost, allegedly due to the burden it creates on the NHS. The NHS doesn't benefit, it is being privatised. The poor countries producing the raw tobacco don't benefit. The manufacturers don't benefit. Who does? The bank cartel's Civil Service conveys half the finagled tax to the shareholders of the privately owned BoE to repay the interest charged on the sale of pretty paper to the government by the BoE. The rest is disappeared by the regime in expenses, pay rises, junkets, inquiries, fees, 10 billion per year (or more?) to the public funded privately controlled IMF more billions to military industrial complex and so on (while the most vulnerable saw Osborne reduce benefits by 12 billion) and countless billions disappear in Bilderberg's EU regime. Is DFID still paying Rothschilds' GEF 100mil pa? Does anyone that isn't sucking the life blood of the poor and lower middle classes believe this mafia system, a protection racket (pay up or go to jail) is better than democracy?
How much does the BoE pay for the paper we call cash? 50p per 50,000 BoE bank notes to a private printer? Less if it is just typed into computer. The regime that is complicit in the scam pays the BoE the full value the paper is given when it is released as currency. Plus interest. That is how the Crown, Rothschilds and the rest of the BoE shareholders, (guessing, other royals, bank families, Saudis, other wealthy Arabs, corp'n heads, drug barons) have become so obscenely wealthy.
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