posted on Sep, 13 2013 @ 09:20 PM
reply to post by StellarX
Yes it's all numbers but what do you think those wars are fought with; numbers? In this case the printing press may truly be more dangerous than the
sword but that hardly changes the fact that eventually 'someone' , meaning the american public as corporate and taxes on the 1% are going down, is
going to have to pay the Fed.
Money(fiat promissory notes) only has value to the extent that it can be used to control and enslave the public to a measuring system of assets and
debits, that is ambiguous, and on a roller coaster scale of calculating value for time and personal resource(your labor). At the global level, it
isn't about money. It's strictly about resources. Including human resources. The translation of those resources into monetary figures for public
consumption is calculated by those who have a vested interest in a constant and perpetual deficit, that keeps the average human resource(you and me)
enslaved to debt their whole life.
How can there be a surplus? Where would it come from? Why do you think the dollar is losing value so quickly despite the massive support provided by
petrodollars and foreign reserve holdings? The guys that are issuing this debt is only every likely to write it down if they were held at gunpoint and
since that will entail pretty much blowing up the entire financial system i wont be holding my breath.
I find it interesting, there is always enough money for war, black budget projects, foreign aid, underground bunkers, space projects, losing a couple
of trillion dollars during the Clinton/Bush era, and on and on.
I'm not foolish enough to believe that a bank just keeps on lending more "money" to a country whose debt outweighs its value several times over,
and will never be paid off. The best that country can do is pay it's interest. I'm also not foolish enough to believe other countries keep on buying
that debt without knowing there's one hell of a payback now, and in the future.
The evidence isn't in an article somewhere, or on the desk of the fed. It's in plain sight. Once we stop looking at what they want us to look at,
and start looking at what's in front of our face, it becomes relatively simple. Debt, especially on a national level is a tool used to oppress and
enslave the people.
But whatever you have to show that can convince me of alternatives would obviously be most welcome!
All I have to show you is my opinion. And I'm not very good at explaining it. All the complicated economics and statistics classes in the world
won't explain the hard truth. The global financial structure of the world is nothing but a tool to enslave the masses to those who administrate it.