As Americans we have many, many rights and a generally wonderful way of life. We make our own decisions for almost everything. We can travel state to
state with a very informal checkpoint, if anything, we have numerous sources of media and information available, women are basically equal citizens
who can have any job. We have a general separation of church and state and women can have babies out of wedlock without being shunned, there’s an
acceptance of bi-racial couples, moderate acceptance of gay lifestyle in public, and racism is only prevalent in specific regional pockets and
entirely unaccepted in most places. Public monetary and service welfare is available for some people in need (and for many who just use the system for
free money). One of the best things - America is SAFE!
With all the choices and apparent freedom why are we not happy? maybe because of Capitalism. Every ounce of profit is squeezed from the equation
causing the average man or woman to ALWAYS be behind or in debt. We always owe money. If a product, say a popsicle, costs a nickel to make but people
will pay $1.50 for one, the market makes the cost $1.49, or $1.59… or $2.99 if you’re at an amusement park. Capitalism IS the mastery of taking
all you can get for any service or item. I once heard a quote, “The only thing worse than Capitalism is everything else.
” I don’t recall
who said it but I disagree; Capitalism is selfish.
Capitalism creates a guise of never having enough. In America you can walk through a mall and see sunglasses that cost the same as a month’s rent in
some countries! Why? Because Capitalism will keep raising the price as long as just enough people will pay it. It causes having enough money
be a survival situation, emotional and fear-based. So although we have a lot of material things there furthermore
are infinite things we
we want or need, and we’re always in fear of not having enough or losing what we have.
So, what next America?
We need change (Not an Obama empty-election-promise change, a real change in mindset!)
There are a few things we, as Americans, can do. Start smiling and saying hello to people. The corporations and the media try to control us, but they
don’t control your neighborhood farmer’s market! Shop locally and interact, don’t eat foods that come in through your car window, full of
who-knows-what, try eating at a local non-corporate place. If the owners “don’t look like you” then find out about them, did they own a
restaurant before this one? (this casual question opens up a probable conversation about their home country without saying – hey, are you an
immigrant!?). Befriending an Iranian store owner does more for peace than our mainstream media would ever do.
Next thing – accept yourself! Most people around us are “normal” unlike the look we constantly see in the media. Are you unhappy with your body
because you don’t look like the Victoria’s Secret model or the Diet Coke guy, with a “perfect” 1-in-20-million look? These people make
millions of dollars making YOU seem less than perfect so you will buy their product – all this so you can feel accepted (a natural human desire).
There are ways to stop this behavior – boycotting TV is one but since most people are ignorant to the manipulation only a few boycotting makes
little difference. A great thing to try is acceptance! Accept people for who they are and don’t let the MEDIA SEPARATE you from others.
Next step America…
Recognize that many industrialized cultures are “created” or are a “social experiment” as David Rockefeller commented about China’s culture.
Allen Ginsberg says of society, “whoever controls the media-the image-controls the culture." The men and women who own the media, some of the
largest companies, and who help bring about laws are generally NOT doing this for the good of the people; they’re doing it for money and a grandiose
Many politicians are caring and hard-working but it doesn’t even take a majority of selfish or evil politicians to make things bad. When we see a
bill that is over 2,000 pages long, touted as something to benefit the country with better healthcare, many politicians will vote for it without ever
recognizing they just sold out human dominion and rights by allowing us to be implanted with a microchip.
So what can we do to change all this??
One of the biggest, strongest weapons of groups like the Bilderberg elites is time. They are connected to one-another through nepotism (taking care of
their own) and know that this elitist, world-making agenda is bigger than a country line, a religion, or even a generation. They have TIME on their
side because they have the power to implement a change knowing that it might take 20-40 years for that change to make a difference; they are true
masters of human behavior. They know that having a war or a recession or a specific type of hit movie will change the behavior of the kids so that in
the future the elites can capitalize on playing their game of running our lives for one more generation.
How do we fight them? EDUCATION!!
Educate your kids and neighbors on this elite agenda. It’s not easy, as most of us on ATS already know. I can walk around with a giant banner of
9/11 facts and people will simply run away. But, it’s not that people enjoy being used as slaves, it’s that they don’t see it!
I recognize I’m preaching to the choir here because you already know all this. What I’m saying isn’t anything new or profound – it’s a CALL
TO ACTION! Educate your children, your friends, your co-workers, everyone on the ways of big business and the elite agenda. Teach your kids about the
real nature of what it means to be human – not that most of us actually know this, but it sure as hell isn’t being a slave for someone else!
Finally, be picky. Don’t share every story about chemtrails or UFOs or that some soccer fans got shot because of Islam. Pick the very few instances
that come from provable, notable resources that create a non-separating difference. Obama’s National Security Strategy (downloadable on the White
House official website) for example gives plenty of proof there’s a universal agenda of nepotism and elitism reaching for a one world government:
(this from page 3 of Obama’s National Security Strategy)
This engagement [having our allies “cooperate on issues of bilateral and global concern”] will underpin our commitment to an international order
based upon rights and responsibilities. … Constructive national steps on issues ranging from nuclear security to climate change must be
incentivized, so nations that choose to do their part see the benefits of responsible action.
America is about imperialism and hegemony and using the IMF, NATO , and more to bring Capitalism and control to the world. Whether we the
agree or disagree with America’s conquering role in bringing the world together we should KNOW ABOUT IT! People should be aware and use
their right to discuss this without being called a conspiracy theorist, and while we still are able to do so without risk of death. It’s time to
talk about the agenda – every time you see something that shows proof of the elite agenda just mention it to a few people. Gradually people will
recognize that you know about the world; eventually they will stop you and say “Hey, what do you think about _____”. THEN tell ‘em about 9/11 or
anything you know. Create knowledgeable people for the next generation as if your life depended on it, it’s the only way we can keep ourselves
[edit on 16-6-2010 by Thermo Klein]