dys·to·pi·a (ds-tp-) n. 1. An imaginary place or state in which the condition of life is extremely bad, as from deprivation, oppression, or terror.
When the powerful paper money printers met in Davos, Switzerland this past January, they discussed their predictions and forecasts for continuing the global economic experiment. Since fiat money systems exist all over the world today, central economic planners interested in restoring false prosperity are forced to employ obvious manipulation tactics and tyrannic control of markets to insure their control over the people. Because giving up the power to print money is not an option for the powerful elite, they are forced to meet and scheme how to keep the imaginary "Monopoly-like" game alive.
|U.S. troops perform a night raid in Afghanistan|
“It was possible, no doubt, to imagine a society in which wealth, in the sense of personal possessions and luxuries, should be evenly distributed, while power remained in the hands of a small privileged caste. But in practice such a society could not long remain stable. For if leisure and security were enjoyed by all alike, the great mass of human beings who are normally stupefied by poverty would become literate and would learn to think for themselves; and when once they had done this, they would sooner or later realise that the privileged minority had no function, and they would sweep it away. In the long run, a hierarchical society was only possible on a basis of poverty and ignorance.”
-George Orwell, 1984
|The city center; from the film Children of Men, 2005|
The truth be told: It is over for the powerful, the game is up. The fact that the game continues to stumble along is a testament to the diabolical nature of humankind's enslavement. Captains of absurdity in politics, media, and law enforcement incessantly babble about sums of money as "investments" as if the paper weren't printed by central planners. The phony world that revolves around the paper currency goes on like a merry-go- round. The difference is now, in the dystopia created by authoritiarian economic sadists, people are jumping off of the ride as it has become a whirling prison of pain.
The possibility of change by the most important variable- the people- continues to be elusively suppressed, just out of reach of the masses searching for guidance out of this dystopia. At this crucial point in the history of the world, the powerful are riskily gambling that mankind's subjugation and brainwashing have been enough. They believe enough has been done, and so thoroughly, that the masses will love their own servitude as it is presented to them as "reform." Because all dystopias are imaginary, it is necessary for the powerful to make the way they have set things up in this world as real as possible. Gliches in the matrix will arise but will stay as they are: only gliches. Since each uprising is easily co-opted by the overriding tyranny, all they need to do is be able to diagnose and act when problems arise.
And so, when gold and silver are artificially suppressed to prop up the paper dollar, the message should be loud and clear- VICTORY WILL NOT BE ADMITTED OR DEFINED BY THE CURRENT JAILERS.