posted on Jul, 7 2009 @ 05:28 PM
This is all an illusion. At least that is how I feel about it. We worry about not having money to back up what we have spent, right?
We are mere mortals who only have a finite amount of money. The money we have, we must earn. The people at the top, however, are exempt from this. No
one is privy to the true amount of our debt anymore, which means that they can print up as much as they like and it will never matter. How much is in
circulation? We don't know because they will not disclose it.
Federal Reserve Notes are not backed by anything other than the fed's promise it is worth something. Period. Do they care if they are printing money
24 hours per day? Nope. Irrelevant at this point. Especially now that most of the currency is just ones and zeroes in a computer network database. No
serial numbers on notes, but transaction numbers in a datastream.
Money is vapor and not real anymore. You can now exist in our civilization and not touch one paper note or coin. Imaginary money moving on imaginary
spreadsheets that we are told are real. We fear what we do not know. Yes, the economy is tanking, but because we are told it is tanking. It is such an
evil thing really.
One huge scam of people telling us how valuable this note is and how it is worth X amount of stuff. In reality, you can find the resources in nature
and create your own stuff with your own hands and then you tell THEM how much money your stuff is worth.
Round and round we go. Vapor... nothingness, bought and sold.
The second stimulus will only work if they tell us it is working and people get jobs to go buy and sell vapor again.
[edit on 7-7-2009 by xman_in_blackx]