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(11-18-2019, 02:26 AM)MaryTN Wrote: If standard banking is usury, turn in your credit and debit cards.  Stop writing checks.  No more online purchases.   Quit getting your paycheck electronically deposited and tell the boss that you want to be paid in gold.  You must pay cash for your car and your home and everything else, well, actually not cash, but silver and gold pieces.
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And, why does the Vatican have a bank?

This is illogical hysteria.

It is not usury to pay an addition to a capital sum, it is usury to CHARGE it with no additional expense, work, or risk.

Also the Vatican “bank” is a sign of the times; another indicator that the Pope is not impeccable.
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(11-18-2019, 02:52 AM)yablabo Wrote:
(11-18-2019, 02:26 AM)MaryTN Wrote: If standard banking is usury, turn in your credit and debit cards.  Stop writing checks.  No more online purchases.   Quit getting your paycheck electronically deposited and tell the boss that you want to be paid in gold.  You must pay cash for your car and your home and everything else, well, actually not cash, but silver and gold pieces.
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And, why does the Vatican have a bank?

This is illogical hysteria.

It is not usury to pay an addition to a capital sum, it is usury to CHARGE it with no additional expense, work, or risk.

Also the Vatican “bank” is a sign of the times; another indicator that the Pope is not impeccable.

Well this is awkward. I agree. The fault lies with the corporations of course, not the people who are forced into compliance. The fault also can be laid at the feet of the churchmen who whinge about injustices that have no impact on their actual flocks and ignore the daily evils with which their sheep must contend. Oh, and protestantism, the father of modern usury. 

Yes mortgage and auto loan rates are low in theory. I think 0% is still a thing for some auto loans but that 4% mortgage on your $200k house is going to cost you $140k in interest over the life of the loan and that's criminal, and sinful. Nevermind that in 1981 the rate was about 16% the real issue is interest on non-productive loans or on loans with zero risk.

The banking industry, as with all industries, has lost its way and the drive to obtain maximum, immediate profit at the expense of customers is suicidal and obviously immoral. There's an injustice the bishops in conference could actually do something about. They're too busy taxing their parishes at 30% though.
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