Wednesday, October 10, 2012

New Freedom After Economic Collapse

                                                             
"I have never made but one prayer to God, a very short one: 'O Lord, make my enemies ridiculous.'  And God granted it."

-Voltaire

The contrived, planned collapse of the world's economy, is bringing with it a new chaos.  The collapse of the economy could be described as yet another pre-emptive attack; yet another attempt to control the resulting chaos and switch humanity to a new, tighter, tether.  Many attempts to solidify the next step from the fiat economy have failed.  With each failure, a new freedom, the likes of which has never been seen, has grown.

This new total freedom, however, will test the systems of control that have been in power for thousands of years.  The phony facades have all fallen and all that remains is the divine right of a king to rule over people.  The fact remains that a single, privately owned entity (The Federal Reserve, a.k.a European Central Bank) prints their own fake bills and through this singular power is able to dictate their destructive terms to all the peoples of the world.  Their laws are designed to be one-sided, racist, and slanted heavily towards the state.  Their phony money has funded all the systems of control to benefit a select few.     

"It is legal because I wish it."

-Louis XIV
   
Throughout history kings and their supporters have insulated themselves from reproach while continually slanting the opportunity for wealth their way.  Of course, since The Glorious Revolution in 1688, a date which most history books proclaim to be the end of "the divine right of kings," state control has multiplied exponentially.  What resulted was not more freedom for people, but rather, the exact opposite. 

Statist greed has exploded since then, and aided by technological advancements, has run over the entire world since that time, exploiting, killing, and  quarantining.  The monarch may have been curtailed a little, but the power of the nobility within the state was increased.

      


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