Alright, so we’ve been conned.
How bad is it?
Well from my point of view it’s bad.
Bad enough that very smart, well informed people still would rather believe the lie than accept reality. There is, I believe a reason for this. This reason we will get to in a minute, but first more about the lie. Now, there is a plethora of lies to choose from in our modern society, but let’s just stick to the banking and money supply lie for now. Now, before I explain why I feel that many, smart, well informed, intelligent, educated (there is a difference between intelligent and educated) people would rather stick with the lie than accept reality. We need a quick update on the lie that I am referring to.
Now if you are just joining us I suggest before you get too deep into this post you should consider reading my posts starting Sept 11th (only by coincidence btw) titled Funny Money? and read thru to What The BIS? published on Sept 22nd. Those 4 posts will bring you up to speed on what we are going to talk about quickly here. Now if you have been following along; great.
Let’s carry on.
Having a ‘Sovereign Nation’s’ money supply controlled by private banks has been and is a disaster to any Sovereign Nation’s freedom and a free market economy. That is the whole point. Now the problem we face is that many people who should see and understand this, down right refuse to acknowledge or accept this as reality. Now the classic argument you will get from most bankers and economists is that there is no way a Sovereign Nation can print it’s own money for they would simply just run the printing press without control; thus creating inflation, thus making the money worth less. Inflation. Now that is a very valid point. However, when you look a little closer, it’s merely a cleverly crafted answer that leads most people off the scent. The reason I say this is because printing money out of nothing is exactly what private banks do with one exception. They charge us (the tax payer) interest for this money they created out of nothing. Also, the Interest that they charge can never be paid off, because the actual money for the interest simply does not exist. It was not, and has never been created.
So this leads us to my original question of why. Why would people who should understand and comprehend this refuse to acknowledge or outright deny this?
The reason I feel that most do is simply because the current system works just good enough for them, and let’s face it; changing our current system could be disastrous to the status quo.
This leaves quite a conundrum.
Do we kick the can further down the road with hopes that the shit just doesn’t hit the fan on our watch?
Or, do we accept and understand that things are indeed messed up and it is no one person’s fault nor can one person fix it.
I prefer the latter, and hope you do to.
I suppose this is a perfect time to talk about change here in Canada. As you all know, as of yesterday we voted, and are now going to usher in a new leader. Now, I know this will divide many of us on this issue. Some are going to worry that our new ‘leader’ will run this economy into the ground. Some are going to be breathing a sigh of relief knowing that our previous ‘leader’ is out of office now and we are going to see some real change.
Well, do I have news for you.
Yes, we will see some subtle changes in the way we do business as a country. Some will be for the better, some will be for the worse. Never the less we will see some changes. However, if you think that our new ‘leader’ is going to be our saviour, or our demise. Think again. You need to understand that the new boss is the same as the old boss, and indeed our elected leader does not answer to the people they are elected to serve, but to the ones who control the money supply.
I think we have become far too dependent in looking to our governments and other people to supply use with easy answers. There are no easy answers, but there is one thing that is for sure; unless you are, or know and do business with a bilderburg attendee then you should understand that we are indeed all in this together.
I welcome this change in our government, but I also know full well that there will be no real change. The agenda to tax us, rob us, and further enslave us will press on. All the while most people will either openly deny it is happening or are just oblivious to it.
Making a big deal of this dog and pony show of an election and the opposing political parties is just a further distraction from the real problem. The real problem lies not within any elected political party in power or the official opposition. The real problem lies amongst us and our collective and celebrated ignorance to who really call the shots.
One also might want to question why this story here you will never hear about on the m$m aka the main stream media
What are we really left with if we refuse to stand up for moral values?
What are we really left with if we refuse to stand up for justice and civil liberties?
We need not look to our elected ‘leaders’ for real change. For real change we need to look at ourselves.
We need a better understanding of the celebrated lie we are living.
No one person is going to solve our problems, but one must understand the problem we need to solve.