posted on Mar, 27 2014 @ 06:39 AM
Maybe for the low level banker the game's up. But for the big-wigs, no chance.
These people have built ivory fortresses around themselves and are, pretty much, in control of our armies. They're not in fear at all. The people
committing suicide probably understand that all the blame will placed on their heads, and the people at the top, as always, will escape justice.
As long as money can be controlled and distributed on arbitrary notions, like inflation and deflation, people will be enslaved. Paper money doesn't
work, and never will. Digital currency comes next as it's a zero sum game, another illusion to put our 'trust' in. No one at the top will be
prosecuted because they do NOT apply to our laws. They've said so over and over again.
A popular wall strt saying is "we're not breaking the law, the law just hasn't caught up yet". Anyone looking for 'true' justice will be left
See the real problem isn't with bankers anyway, it's with us. Our consumerist psychology. We're not used to living by needs and fairness. We're so
consumed (forgive the pun) with emotional attachments to dead and lifeless things. I mean come on, look around. "I love my car" "You 'HAVE GOT' to
see this thing", "this is a must have". These terms are used by seemingly normal people everyday. The crisis we have is a crisis of consciousness.
We're not aware and probably never will be. We see only materialism and things 'we' want. I honestly think we'll end the world before we adjust to a
fairer world. Imagine our bragging rights were taken away. I fear for the whole of humanity because we're too divided and a house divided cannot
If we want real change it takes a paradigm shift. No one I know wants it, not one. They have i-pods and computers, couches and 2 story fridges, all
bought with the DELUSION of wealth. They've literally invested their lives into it, and now we're trapped. The game's been over for a long time.
edit on 11/10/2012 by Joneselius because: (no reason given)