Monday, August 1, 2011

Control of Economic Deprivation


"An inefficient, unemployed, disorganized Europe is an extant example of how much man can suffer and how far society can decay.
"Economic privation proceeds by easy stages, and by so long as men can suffer it patiently the outside world cares little.  Physical efficiency and resistance to disease slowly diminish, but life proceeds somehow, until the limit of human endurance is reached at last and counsels of despair and madness stir the sufferers from the lethargy which precedes the crisis.  Then man shakes himself and the bonds of custom are loosed.  The power of ideas is sovereign, and he listens to whatever instruction of hope, illusion, or revenge is carried to him on the air." 

John Maynard Keynes, The Economic Consequences of the Peace, 1920 

The Europe Keynes speaks of in the above quote was shortly after World War I.  International banking interests encouraged the war in order grasp more control.   

 Men have for centuries warned of the ability to inflict economic deprivation by government forces controlling a people's currency.  Failure is inevitable in a paper money ponzi scheme.  Usually, the people find themselves in complete tyranny.  This becomes truer and truer each day in today's world, a planet in which has been hijacked by bankers and coerced into debt slavery.  Though the singular force ultimately controlling it all is still unclear, the system is rapidly deteriorating, and the layers of deception are revealed.

African slaves walk  in shackles to the coast. 
The press has been their usual worst in investigating the U.S. corporate government's debt.  The corporate media consistently gets the most fundamental perspective wrong;  the debt is not the responsibility of the people to pay.  Human beings are free and sovereign of such debt incurred to them by the stroke of legislation.

It is important to understand what happens when the government of the U.S. starts to legislate to raise the debt ceiling.  The government representatives, the Senate and the House ask the Federal Reserve- the privately-owned banking group for a loan government money at interest.  The Fed, in their best "aw, shucks" attitude is pleased to "help their customer" out.

How do they "help them out," "prevent crises," and "promote price stability?" 

The Federal Reserve issues debt notes, redeemable for nothing.       
              


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