Tuesday, March 6, 2012
Eventually The Dream Ends
"I suppose leadership at one time meant muscles; but today it means getting along with people."
Once the boom is over, everyone starts to find out that the money is merely printed and passed out to those closest to the spigot.
People start to find out that those in control of the power to print the legal tender will ruthlessly fight to retain control. Punishment is not limited to only individuals bucking the system, but also to entire countries who are prevented from excercising their sovereignty when it comes to economic freedom.
It is important to never forget that the paper money scheme that was created in 1913 by the Federal Reserve Act crashed in September of 2008. What we have seen since then and continue to see in 2012, is the crumbling of societal norms created by paper money. Put very simply: the money-printers hold all the cards and therefore call the game. They knew it would crash, which is why they performed an audit, ususally reserved for bankrupt third world nations, of the entire U.S. financial system in the summer of 2008.
So when you hear the economy is improving, elections are not rigged and worth your while, or school is important for children to attend, know that you are being deliberately misled. Almost all information disseminated through the mainstream media is designed purposefully as a psychological operation to prepare the people for the next stage in their slavery.
The desire to keep things the way they stood at the time of the crash has not only preserved the paper money system temporarily, but prevented new wealth from coming in to take over. The only transfers of wealth desired by the established order is from the pockets of the poor to their enormous coffers. The situation is now a caricature of lunacy as people who speculated on housing during the boom times are being bailed out. The bank may have hit you with foreclosure, but your new landlord, well, he was given a gift by the controller .
The absurdity will end, it always does. The question remains...how painful will it be?
Posted by J.S. Liberty at 1:29 PM