posted on Jul, 24 2009 @ 02:23 AM
This probably doesn't belong here but I don't post much but read a ton and this is something I had to get out and I know most ATS members would
The first thought that probably comes to mind is that you get paid for a job. What do you do with the money? Buy shelter, food, etc. Slaves were
provided with that to keep them alive and healthy enough to work. You could say that you can quit a job anytime you want, but how long can you go
without one in this money based economy? Most jobs require you to answer to some higher power, very few are at the top, very few are considered
owners. You can say you get to choose your profession, but no matter how bad you want it, the job isn't yours to choose. The job is given to you, all
you to is give a suggestion of what you might like to do and they pick the canidates that are best suited to do what they want. Most of the world are
slaves to this system, toiling and producing and taking what we can get while the few take all that they want without being noticed due to the size of
the "operation." TPTP realized that the amount they can take increases as the size of the "operation" increases so their goal is to increase
production thus giving them access to more. All you have to do id think of our economy (yes our economy, becasue we produce the goods and do every bit
of work,essentially controling what gets produced and when; do you think TPTB would bother with something like that) as a bag of jelly beans, the
beans representing all that is produced, and money being the way to moniter and regulate it, then what is essentially going on becomes very clear. If
I had a bag of 100 jellybeans and you came in and undeservingly took 5 I wouldn't really notice. Take any more and you are pushing it and I might
realize whats going on and do something about it. But if i had a bag of 1,000,000 jelly beans, you could take more than you could eat without me ever
noticing. This is essentially what TPTB set up our economy to be. The silverlining is that in our economy the "beans" have been counted and a record
has been kept. We can count the "beans" anytime we want and be able to tell that a lot have been taken. Why do you think TPTB are pushing so hard
against auditing of the Fed? They don't want us to know they have been sticking their stubby fingers in our bag.
Has any technology ever been released that didn't have some other motive behind it? Engines help produce more faster, health products keep workers
healthier and alive longer, allowing them to maximize their output, the list goes on.
The idea of money is the key to the perfect slave, he thinks that the time he is spending is a fair trade for the money he receives, but it turns out
this money is worthless and the time can not be replaced.