In the short essay ‘True Advertising’, Belloc wrote the following.
‘I was born in a Galician ghetto. They call me Mrcwz. I have come to the only land where such as I are sacrosanct, and where no one will dare speak of my origins or challenge my new name of Howard. I have set up as a moneylender because I hear that it leads to the highest honours in your State. I charge 60 per cent, but you pay mightily more than that before I’ve sucked your blood out of you. I shall take all you have and get a clutch on all your life and bring you down to dishonour and death: but before you die you shall see me among your peers with the title of some dear English town of yours. Believe me, I loath you well’
The usurer has brought upon untold misery and destruction among the people and Nations. Our Nation (Ireland) is being butchered by these usurer’s and their glove puppets in the political parties.Irish people must and will, fight back.
We are and must be that beacon of light. Belloc in the essay on St. Patrick wrote “Behind the enemies of Ireland, furnishing them with all their modern strength, was that base and secret master of modern things, the usurer”.