posted on Sep, 26 2012 @ 12:52 AM
After some reflection on Spain of which I've had the pleasure to visit twice; once to visit a friend, the other a personal journey, I began to
remember my thoughts on the 'situation'. I travelled the country with a Eurorail pass and couldn't help but notice how So Many folks were crammed
into cities in multi-level high rises in tiny little apartments like a school of sardines in a bowl gasping por fresca aire. It was amazing to see
how many people were dependent on the euro (fiat), the grocery store, the crammed medical clinics and schools and a means of social security. I
wondered what would happen when the currency took a dive and credit dried up.
I began to get an overwhelming feeling (2006 visit), I believe, that the people were being set up for the fall and were 'trapped' where the tower that
be authority folk had them where they could control them for some day in the future. Even then inflation was a ticking time bomb as was in the US as
with All fiat debt based currencies are designed to be. Printing fiat currencies without any asset to back it, coupled with the ease of credit for
loans that could never be repaid in an inflationary environment, was a ticking time bomb waiting to go off.
My ladyfriend and our friends (a couple) from Badelona, Spain, a satellite city of Barcelona near Sitges beach
went for a drive throughout the
country and was able to do some hiking exploring the Mountains of Montserrat
had a great view of the land and could see for many miles. I was amazed how much land was unused. Sure it was gorgeous though it seemed barren in
many areas. The trip before this one, a few years earlier (1997) I toured the country via eurorail and had a great chance to circumnavigate Spain
from San Sebastian to La Coruna through Portugal to Madrid, Seville/Cordoba etc. and was amazed at how much open land there was though the cities were
packed with people struggling to survive on the dole-ar.
It seems as if the govt. and multinational corporations had acquired the land and the people were left in the cities to 'get by'. What would happen
if the land were to be returned to the families. Would they not be self sufficient communities as they were for hundreds if not thousands of years
with barter between villages the medium of that Xchange and various denominations of gold/silver to settle uneven barters? Would they not have much
more free time to themselves and be able to breathe and live in nature with some peace and satisfaction? They would if they could I suppose.
Anyhow, reminds me of 'Agenda 21' here in the US. Long topics though thought I'd chime in. Love Spain and it's people. It's a shame they have to
suffer the mistakes? of a few tower that be figures. I believe it's time they take their country back. It won't be easy though they don't have a
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