Originally posted by Dae
Spot on! All countries need to stand up and do this, no more bankers!
Thanks for the vote, Dae.
I agree with you that the bankers have created schemes that are intended to harm citizens over the long haul, but if cornered, they will legally raise
their hands and say,"We have obeyed all laws of commerce. We are not the enemy." In fact, none of us has to use a bank if we are willing to lower
our level of living. Banks are necessary for jet skis, but not so much for eating and staying alive.
Don't incite people to violence or revolution, my friend. I think this is the exact thing which the elites want. They'll be happy
to liquidate the US if we get too uppity. They've thought this through, to the last nickel.
How do we fix the problem? Well, have you seen the TV shows where fatties try to motivate themselves to lose weight? Why is it so hard for them?
It's like pulling teeth isn't it? Why is that? Is it because twinkies taste so GOOD or is it because they are emotionally addicted to food?
Emotional addicition to a lifestyle might also prevent one from reducing that consumptive lifestyle, I think. So the first thing is to encourage your
friends and neighbors to spend less and save more. Maybe even mock them for their stupid, gas guzzling toys which Americans maintain at the cost of
third-world bodies. If you could convince your neighbors to live a 50% less consumptive lifestyle, you'd take a step in the right direction.
The second thing that would have to happen is a general work/tax strike of some kind, but it CANNOT be seen offensive or threatening to the
or they will simply lob tear gas at you. It needs to be peaceful and overtly so.
So then, if you gum up the machine, what should your demand be? Well, IMO, if a strike of some kind happens, and the Americans get the ear of the
banks and the politicians, they should ask for two things:
Re-issue the Kennedy 90% silver half dollar, and a similar silver quarter also. These will be minted at face value, and sent into the money
Convert a large percentage of gold in Fort Knox (if it's actually there, which I doubt) to a similar coinage and force a national campaign
to encourage Americans to purchase this gold in the form of small, twenty-dollar gold pieces.
...These two items would be a start, and it would allow items of real value to get into the hands of regular Americans. Personally, I think big-war
and a a national draft would occur before anything like this could get off the ground because of all the things the banksters loathe, the idea I
have suggested above, is the most loathsome.
We need to have real wealth in the hands of Americans. The PTB will aim to prevent this at all costs. NOTE: 3-bedroom houses, for which you hold a
mortgage, are not real items of value. Who will live in that house when the hand-to-mouth system of food delivery has collapsed in your neighborhood?
Who will want to buy that house when gangs of released felons are not being controlled by police? How much will that house (or jet ski) be worth if
the water stops flowing?
Americans need real wealth in both physical and emotional form. They are raised on fakeness. Fake money, fake lives (celebrities), etc. A dose of
reality might get something moving.
[edit on 5-4-2006 by smallpeeps]