a reply to: galadofwarthethird
I think your reasoning is sound; and the truth of the human experience lends a lot of credence to the notion that trying to create a system free of
the tendency is a fool's quest.
I suspect that actual competition should have been
the equalizer we needed. Except those entrusted with great opportunity for mischief began
the process of working together for their own benefit tipped the scales... egregiously.
The social dead-end invention of notions like 'royalty' and 'peerage' and even to some degree 'brotherhoods' bred immediate opportunistic behavior in
people who were, for whatever illogical reasoning, considering themselves 'of more immediate consequence' than others, began to act in a manner to
extend the benefits of their social position to their progeny. The rest of us worked for a living. I believe that is the beginning of disparity.
Our societies host many cloistered collections of people. And being insanely rich must necessitate the seeking of like kind, few can long contend
with being isolated from all society... we need freed-back to survive.
This socially destructive bad habit is cherished and protected by many. Much - group think - and traditions support the fear-porn of being powerless,
without money and oppressed... thus the fear leads to hoarding. our specie (unit of currency) is virtual... so hoarding has no limit... it's the
perfect tool to create disparity in the first place.
None of it had to be so. It was a plan, an actual agenda, with conspirators and high crime... worthy of scorn. But never mind the spilled milk;
Right know we must ask at what point does the customer have a right to demand to know 'exactly' what the Central banks and Federal Reserve are doing.
But to do that we must accept that they will shut down the markets (the virtual ones.) We have a situation here. There is infinite "virtual"
currency... trillions (for now) and 99% is "off the books." But there is only so much currency to circulate (and they've been drawing back the amount
for a while now.) So how will we live without a bank, and a wuss of a government that WILL not print money for our country?
We will make our own currency - that's what. That is now the current strategy of the globalist bank cartel... by the way... they want to make what
happened in Iceland NEVER happen again. The got kicked in the nuts... and they deserved it.... (but of course they made our innocent British friends
pay for it... imagine that!)... even when they lose they win. Their colleagues in Iceland were not so lucky... was that justice?... I could never
Our political institution are entrenched in the belief that life without the current banking overlords would be chaos: they fear true competition; as
do most who accumulate power.
Social cooperatives for markets and commerce could evolve... A state-by-state movement to establish an independent banking body free from the usurious
overlords perhaps? Sure we could survive... but the bank would virtually rebel... there would be wars... "which could not be avoided"; thousand of
activists pushing for this cause will - in one way or another - lose their voices; the media will ridicule at first, but over five or six months they
would pretend they were forced to say and do the things they did to us.
It would be very hard for many people. I mean hard as in; how can I feed my family; where will i get my medicine?
The winning trick will be within one of the largest body of employees in the nation. Government employees... they will have to be the heroes
I guess that this may seem discouraging news to many. However I feel that if we can assemble, as communities...if we can immediate
establish a free people's network for communications... yes we could survive it and come back stronger than ever...
I think it sounds rather like how they described communist revolution to us in media and school... well it worked for them... that doesn't mean the
only people who can use a technique are it's inventors. No one at our stage of civilization is stupid enough to actually believe that anyone's
"theory" of how it has to happen has
to be as they proclaim - even within the theory. Proof? Trickle down, Keynesian, Supply-Side,
Reaganomics... VooDoo Economics. Their alleged brilliance has brought us low. We must learn, we must remember - tell our kids... they are full of
crap. They are masters of making assumptions within a deeply flawed and even malignant banking scheme; demonstrably for the benefit of the owners
(99% for ?, 1% for us.) Communism gave rise to oligarchies more renowned for their wet-work (body count) than almost any other form; and frankly...
Any systematization of human "market" economy that is built on a flawed system of exchange will eventually fail. Because as you said... this crap
turns up everywhere. People are so easily seduced into believing they deserve 'more' in the first place... add to that the consumerist transformation
of our "market" culture; bang... "I'm the big wheel - I'm more equal." To be fair, I don't care if that's what you think... but when you grow fat as
those around you struggle we should not be forced to not say something about it. This is what gives rise to competition... it works - unless the big
cheese get together and make a plan... think of this example: Have you ever seen Coca-Cola and Pepsi-Cola on sale side-by-side... it's usually one
week one, the next the other... anywhere in history that is referred to as a dishonest marketing practice.
The truth is you don't have to be selfish to survive as a people. That's an animal thing. To be a human being can be specifically characterized by a
compulsion or bias favoring cooperative behavior. It's the fear of tomorrow, of consequences, that drives of towards darker perspectives.
My consternation is with a people who have all the data ... even as the data is being choked off over time .... to see that we have been bitch-slapped
and robbed; they actually allow those directly responsible for our nations economic health to not act with immediate purpose and intent to illuminate
the conspiracy that surely has occurred. I doesn't help that those responsible for oversight are members of the banking community when they are
But like high profile assassinations, global banking fraud is something someone too close to the political regime has to answer for... and these
folks employ the Chatham House rules... so their ins no accountability whatsoever, they are above the law.
Like I said before, there's lot's of room for mischief.
We allowed ourselves to be convinced that leaders should be great TV personalities, have great resume's (even the fake ones,) should be 'sold' to us
as if this was a pageant. We actually believe the press... even knowing the magnitude of their lies in the past, and the continuing bias and
fragmentation poison being dribbled into the last great TV generation. Fear porn, you will die, you're not safe, you children will need more money,
are you ready for an accident? Who will care for your parents (yeah, that one catches up to us now
Hoard it, hoard the money. You can never have enough. They want you to live this way... because it's their
money. All of it "borrowed" from
nothing. All of the debt being 'serviced' by them... every single cent. Start talking about new money and they pucker... hard.
04pmx04pmWed, 29 Apr 2015 23:33:29 -050029 by Maxmars because: (no reason given)