posted on Jun, 20 2006 @ 07:46 PM
Originally posted by nightbreid
Originally posted by wu kung
Okay, is it me, or is there a total blitzkreig on our senses?
It would almost seem that there is so many consumer products (and always tons more on the way) that it's like we're suppossed to spend all of our
money and buy as much stuff as possible.
It becomes like an addiction.
It's like someone wants us to keep spending and when we've exhausted our resources, to take out lines of credit and loans and spend all of that
And then take out more credit/loans to cover the first amassed debt...
And so on...
What do you people think?
I noticed the religion behind greed a few years back. More and more people are being awakened to this fact because the powers behind this religion
are becoming more blatant. Their constant prodding--both conscious and sub-conscious-- for us to buy, spend, and borrow is like a "blitzkreig". I
keep using the word religion because that is what amassing untold amounts of wealth has become. Even the U.S. debt is in the hands of privately owned
banks. Just the interest alone on the national debt is something like 236 BILLION per year. These are the same banks that issue a majority of credit
this is why i came to this site, and iv'e been so depressed that no one adresses this. only in the last couple years have i come to realize myself
how much of a scam the intrest/tax scene really is.
I will say right away, what really woke me up was "Money Masters" If someone has some info that can discredit this film i would realy apreciate it,
otherwise my mind will remain bent on this for the rest of my time.
Why would my government borrow it's own money from a bank that seems to consistantly be titled with misleading logo's that would make me believe my
elected government has the rights to control such a respocibility?
why do people give a 1/4 of their income to taxes, when our government could be printing all the money they needed as long as it did not exceed our
why when i bring this up to people, everyone agrees, no one really cares? oh ya we are busy spending, spending, spending, and it makes us feel good.
say i just bought a new minivan, i feel so good about myself when i drive it.
one more thing. If a bank prints all of the money, and gives it out expecting interest in return, were do they expect the interest to come from?
someone has to come up short for everyone else to be able to pay back the loan. so cruel, i can just imagine the mentality of a major banker,
taxpayers must be so petty. man i would love to get a banker in the octagon for just 5 minutes