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I understand

very well the nature and difference between money of account and legal tender in relation to monetary policy, economics and the judicial system.

I think you aren't looking at the problem from all sides.

Interest, irrespective of the interest rate, is the tool which prevents loans from being settled in full. Upheld by a corrupt judiciary.

"There is never enough money in the system to pay back every loan loaned out. So in the end there will always be losers. Its like musical chairs. In the end there is alway not enough chairs. So someone will always be a chair short. Someone will always lose. But the bankers will always win. In the end they end up owning everything. And thats where we are now. They own the banks, media, and politicians."

Luke 3:38
Isaiah 43:3-5