posted on Nov, 22 2011 @ 05:00 PM
I don't usually post in skunk works but I am compelled to share this to fellow ATSers.
After WW2, economies floorished. There were jobs and buying power was high. Obviously, post war reconstructions efforts and the cold war helped a
great deal in this boom. People were spending a great deal, feeding banks and businesses.
Then the bubble broke in the 70/80s, slow growth, higher unemployment and less revenues for the elite.
So they came up with the idea of consumer credit in the 80/90s.
Credit of course restarted the economy. People, still driven by the propaganda of consumerism, indebted themselves. Banks and corporations knew this
bubble was meant to burst sooner or later, but they continued their practice of giving credit, certainly knowing they were too powerful, too big to
The housing crisis set the next stage: Governments and people not only have spent too much but now owe a great deal of debt.
Powerless, the government's only option is to empoverish their citizen through austerity measures and have them pay the banks with more and more
Right now in Greece a new law has passed. Income tax tied to electricity bill. You don't pay your debt, you go cold. This is an idea of what is to
come for the rest of us: Slavery. Pay or die.
Those thieves knew since the beginning that money is not an infinite commodity, there has to be a time before the ceiling is reached.
The elite didn't expect the revolutions happening everywhere from egypt to wall street. Their worst nightmare is people power. They now realize their
grand scheme has failed and they won't be able to impose their dictature on us. The Internet (among other things) opened the sheeple's eyes.
Now their only real option is to start WW3 and restart the vicious circle of destruction, construction, consumerism, debt, slavery.
If you remember who funded the Nazis and allies alike. Banks and in some cases they funded both. Also WW2 started after a short time of
hyperinflation in Germany, lot of market speculation which went bad in 1929.
As history repeats itself, I feel that we are on the brink of WW3 and sincerely hope time will prove me wrong.