Wednesday, July 13, 2011

The Grand Banker Bargain


"We passed upon the stairs, we spoke of was and when
Although I wasn't there, he said I was his friend
Which came as a surprise I spoke into his eyes
I thought you died alone a long, long, time ago...."

-David Bowie, The Man Who Sold the World

As the Congress sheepishly tries to give the lapdog media their daily narrative of political shenanigans, few are focusing on what the American people want.

The people really don't care about the debt. All caught in the American debt web should refuse ownership of the fraudulent debt. The U.S. corporate debt is the creation of the bankers. Like everything they do in the world, the bankers exact their power through forced patronage. Their interest is control. This time, their "grand bargain" will go not only a bridge too far but remove any vague relationship between finance and reality. This is why Obama and Bernanke can look dead faced at their interrogator or the camera and claim the stimulus was a good idea or that the Fed is not printing money, or that inflation will be controlled. Nothing matters to them other than control and and the manipulation of the perception of that control. This time, however, the imposition of penalties; combined with forced participation restrictions will cause people to naturally rebel against their tyranny.

And it has been that way for a long time- a very long time. They are the mix of shadowy groups that have been and are in control of monetary policy. Crucial control over monetary policy has allowed these conspiring groups to attempt to change humanity's course through the active warmongering and deliberate eugenics programs which have caused great pain and suffering.

It is difficult to say what will result from the present currency crisis, but judging from the number of fires the established order is forced to put out, their defeat will correlate directly with humanity's declaration of universal sovereignty. On the world stage, the imperialist powers have to focus much of their energy in more than six wars around the world. Libya, as we have pointed out, was attacked because of their threat of successive and prudent economic growth without being critically involved in the international bankers' debt scheme. This kind of self sufficiency, lack of participation in the debt ponzi scheme must not be permitted.

This is what scares the established order the most- the myth of freedom is unwinding and simultaneously being replaced with overt measures of panic by administrators and officials. These penalties, as a result of the "grand bargain" will be not much different than slavery. When the point of consciousness is reached, when the contrast between freedom and slavery is so pronounced as to be seen clearly by millions, is what the elite are terrified. At that point they may realize how Giordano's pizza owner John Apostolou must feel as he battles not only a banking cartel on their own turf, the admiralty courtroom, but a bloodthirsty attacking media that has been complicit in the tyrannical takeover of the world. Or, the masses may come to rally behind and aspire to have the courage of Julie Bass who faces 93 days in jail for planting a vegetable garden. Or we can all pray that we each have the strength to refuse the offer of killers in our time of weakness.

"Oh no, not me
We've never lost control
You're face to face
With the man who sold the world."

-David Bowie, The Man Who Sold the World

Today, Ben Bernanke reported before Congress since the May 1 Media Perception coup. Magically, after the U.S claimed to kill bin Laden, the manipulated gold and silver price in US Dollars plummeted. Bernanke reminded Congress that he and the Federal Reserve do not spend money, they act as lender to the United States Treasury. Today, Ron Paul reminded Bernanke that if the Bank Bailout/Stimulus Package had actually been given to the people (a figure Paul pegged at $5.1 trillion), each person would have received $17,000. Paul's argument, though a weak one, is interesting.

More interesting, however, is when Paul questions Bernanke, "Is gold money?" Paul powerfully pointed out that why central bankers hold large amounts of gold is not that gold is an "asset"; gold is money! People prefer to use gold over something like diamonds because of gold's inherent rarity.





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