Friday, February 25, 2011

Monetary Control and Engineered Depression


"They had to know."

-Bernie Madoff, speaking from his prison cell about the banks' acquiescence in his multi-billion dollar ponzi scheme

The facts of the present Depression are undeniable. The facade of fake wealth, created by an inflated paper currency is rapidly deteriorating, leaving a wasteland of empty big box stores and pot-holed concrete parking lots. Despite the plethora of mainstream media parroted bullshit about economic improvement, there has been no recovery, only a steady drift into hyperinflation. The Federal Reserve Bank has attempted to keep the illusion alive, printing gobs of money in bailouts for the large businesses. Some have continued to survive with federal bailout assistance and are often referred to- in today's paradigm- as "winners." The "losers" have shut their doors, gone out of business, and left an empty shell where a business used to be. Both have accomplished their goal for the New World Order- put individuals out of business for the uber-corporate giants. After the boom, the bust destroys the land, forcing people into a kind of pauperism worse than feudal times; for this time the land is covered with garbage or too overpriced to realize its full potential.

"Debt, n. An ingenious substitute for the chain and whip of the slavedriver."

-Ambrose Bierce

And so all over America, confusion is reigning. Borders, the big-box book seller, recently filed for bankruptcy. Forbes writes an article explaining why this is sad, describing their "business model" and the outrage of some of their patrons. Borders' business model was simple, stand next to the Federal Reserve faucet of easy money. When smaller, independent bookstores offer a better product, force them out of business with lower prices. All this is possible with the endless line of credit provided by the economic prejudice of the Federal Reserve Banking System, which only wants to eventually control everyone and everything. Now every shopping mall in America will have a huge space with an adjacent barren parking lot that can't be used for anything by anyone (unless you count the police who will hide in the parking lots or behind the building in the hopes of raising revenue through ticketing).

The paper money is simply another tool through which to control the people. Everyone knows the Fed creates money "out of thin air" with their printing press. What they do not tell you about as clearly is the gigantic ramifications this immorality has on such a vast swath of humanity. The media speaks of the debt as if it is real and it isn't. The debt is as fake as all the money they decided to print out of thin air. The media drives people into a panic, scouring for ideas of how to pay back the "loan" while no one examines the fraud of a private institution offering the state "the right" to pay them tribute. Essentially this is what happens: the Fed lends their debt notes, which they call money, to the Treasury at interest. The result is a state of eternal debt, one that can never be paid back. The illusion of monetary reality allows the bank to create myths of economic catastrophe with the appropriate austerity measures. The eventual end game, they hope, would be for everyone to be totally and completely in their power.

"A small debt produces a debtor, a large one, an enemy."

- Pubililus Syrus (slave turned free man, 1st Century, Rome)

If Borders' is a "loser" because they can no longer get credit and were forced out of business, then Domino's Pizza is a "winner." The USDA bailed out Domino's Pizza, probably the shittiest pizza in the world, as riots broke out worldwide over economically-engineered poverty. Of course, the tyrannical bankers want something for their patronage. The $12 million bailout will help domino's extra-cheese pizza. This will also help the Food and Drug Administration tighten the screws on small dairy farmers who sell raw milk and cheese. So-called authorities like the FDA know that milk and cheese are healthier for people before pasteurization and their aim is to end this practice. Even as states try to loosen restrictions on raw milk and cheese, the FDA is scheming new and devious methods to prosecute those who eat what they want.

Perhaps the biggest fraudulent campaign made possible using a dishonest currency will occur associated with the oncoming confusion concerning the "bankruptcy" of the states. Federal Reserve Bank Chairman and World Monetary OverSeer Ben Bernanke has already unequivocally stated that the states will not be bailed out. "We have no expectation or intention to get involved in state or local finance. The states should not expect loans from the Fed," said Bernanke. Does this mean states will get to break away from the Federal Reserve and decide on their own monetary policy in the future? Not in the slightest.

"All compromise is based on give and take, but there can be no give and take on fundamentals. Any compromise on mere fundamentals is a surrender. For it is all give and no take."

-Mohandas Ghandi


The Federal Reserve System is the living embodiment of the old adage, "Shit rolls downhill." Never mind the numbers- Their grandeur is only meant to confuse- million, billions, trillions, gazillions. Millions, billions gazillions of what exactly? Federal Reserve debt notes are not money. The Federal Reserve is part of a criminal international banking cartel designed to usurp nations and the laws that govern the people. The important part for the Fed is the false narrative that is created by their sycophants in the media and political groups. The important part for the Fed is for the people to believe they are at fault and have a responsibility to make reparations for a debt that doesn't exist. In this way they will be able to make phony compromises by forgiving some of the mythical balance, but always moving forward with what really matters to them: Control of over human life.


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