posted on Mar, 29 2010 @ 06:54 PM
I, for one, am pretty pessimistic about the current state and future direction of our country. I agree that arguing Republican vs. Democrat,
conservative vs. liberal, etc. is not helping. I believe that the US and every other country in the world have a common enemy. An enemy that is using
worthless fiat currency as a means to enslaving us all. They have it down to a science. Divide and conquer is a useful tactic to them, since they are
They have a very effective strategy for putting countries under their thumb. Step one, corrupt the leaders. If the top people can’t be bribed with
their endless supply of fiat currency, assassinations are attempted. If that fails, use “economic sanctions” to encourage the people to replace
the leaders with someone more susceptible to corruption. If all else fails, direct military invasion. Even a cursory glance at the 20th century will
show how successful the strategy is.
In the US, there seems to be no shortage of corrupt leaders and legislators. A non-corruptible leader is either marginalized, framed, or eliminated.
Our “representatives” aren’t representing us; they represent the interests of the people that fund their campaigns.
Some may say I’m just a slightly wacko conspiracy nut, if they are being kind. But one motto I live by is, “Results Count”. This is supposed to
be a free country, but can you really live free here? If you own a home, you have to pay tax on it. Where I live, and in many other areas, you have to
pay a stormwater management tax. They are lobbying hard for a carbon tax. So you have to pay to live on the ground you own, a tax for the water that
falls on your roof, and soon a tax for the air you breathe. Now, thanks to the insurance bailout, you have to pay just to be alive. You have to pay
them in the fiat dollars that they create out of thin air. We have to work our butts off to get those fiat dollars. So, in essence, we have to work
for them so they will give us credits that we have to give back to them.
I used to play competitive chess. There comes a point in the game when you can look at your position on the board, and knowing the skill level of your
opponent, you know that you are lost. You can play it out, hoping for a miracle, but the end is inevitable. This will never again be a country where
you will be able to just buy a piece of land, raise your own food, and not have to pay someone for the privilege of being alive. We will be born into
debt slavery, and it will stay that way until we die. And it’s not just here in the US, it’s a fate that awaits the entire human race. It’s a
multi-generational plan, and it’s progressing nicely. It could only be stopped by a multi-generational plan, but here in the US, people have a hard
time thinking beyond next week. I don’t really blame people for that, though. You have to think short term when you’re in survival mode, as so
many people are today.