posted on Oct, 2 2011 @ 06:42 AM
Greetings, although the protests going on in MY and other places over the last few days seems to be gathering support, and is now gaining traction in
the MSM. After seeing them lining up to be arrested one by one like lambs to the slaughter. I have to wonder if the program to subdue the population,
whether as some would say from water fluoridation, chemicals in the food, reducing education standards, or even over reliance on the media, and
technology to provide them with their opinions, instead of exerting their natural given ability of critical thinking. I have to wonder if this would
have the effect people here are jumping for joy about. or that others such as yourself are looking at and wondering whether "this is it", to make
plans for preparation which in honesty really should have been started years ago. However better late than never.
Unlike the "Arab spring" where the population really did not have much to lose and much to gain in throwing over their dictator. The US may find it
more difficult to do so. As the difference lays in the quality of life, and promise of quality of life, if you continue in the system. once people see
this being threatened, as we see happening in slow motion at the moment, in most developed countries. Popular opinion will swing drastically against
any protest that plans to effectuate a change in regime. Combined with the very fluffy way this is being protested at the moment, and the willingness,
almost like it is excepted, to be arrested, to the weak and empty chants of "let them go" by the onlookers. tpo me its just words and empty
gestures. but in the end the sheep will be lead to slaughter.
So, is this going to cause a bank run? will it affect the global banking markets. As it is currently, no. simply put the financial system is designed
t operate over and above those of individual banks. So this would not disrupt the money supply. A run really gets going, when the big boys in the
investment houses, start pulling and calling their investments savings and loans. Not the queues of people wanting to withdraw their life savings,
which in the main are meagre compared to the real bread and butter of these behemoth banking cartels. so is it the end of the system to a fair and
free financial utopia. No.
BUT. is it a start, especially now it is getting support from unions and other groups in raising awareness in the wider population that could possibly
force a rethink in the banking strategy that is screwing you and me and everyone that uses their services? the answer to that could well be yes.
Will it change anything in the long run if those at the top that are doing these deeds are not held properly to account? I doubt it.
But good luck anyway!