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20Nov/102

On inevitability and manipulation

As the murder of the Gulf of Mexico has proven once again, the most heinous of crimes will go unnoticed by the voting flock as long as it is not covered by the mainstream media. Anyone who's paying attention knows that the markets are a sham. The current so-called performance of it is so far out of whack of the fundamentals that it leaves anyone trying to explain it speechless, spinning around in circles in vain trying to find the right words to convey the utter level of unimaginable theft and lies. It's clear now that markets don't crash, no matter how overinflated and stressed at the seams they are, until the mammonite-owned media deems that they should. A panic erupts when this happens, and the whole flock stampedes to the exit, never realising that the only thing that was keeping the lie afloat to begin with was their belief in it.

Picture if you will, the December 7th bank run is anywhere near successful. If my little voice of guesstimation and bullshit detection is right, this meme is nothing more than an attempt to demonise the truth movement and citizen activism in the mind of the voting public. It would benefit the truth movement to remember that private banks are just the the lowest level in the system of theft, quite insulated from the next one above it. Very few people read my ramblings and I would have it no other way, but if someone knows better, please correct my assumptions on this matter. I only have the stomach to read one financial blog and what I know of finance is cobbled together largely from ZeroHedge and glances at the pit of hate that squats in my darkest recesses. If a private bank—like the ones you're allowed to know the name of without going to find it out—folds, it would be just like when anyone stops paying back a loan, because the largely non-existent money they loan to the public was loaned from the central banks. Contractually, the central banks would then be obliged to seize all the assets owned by the smaller banks, which they in turn seized from the public following the inevitable folding of all those bad loans they issued. Their stock prices would drop into the toilet and any kind of scum that strives to own yet another bank, yet lacks the spine to buy it at market value would then be able to pick up a controlling share for a bargain. The media would spin the people up into the kind of frenzied panic they're famous for, assisted by all the money people who didn't participate just lost, and what would most likely be pushed forward is that this was caused by anti-semitic "financial terrorists" who organise themselves into groups on the internet and plot to overthrow the beloved consumerist system that supplies spare organs to toddlers and food to the needy. Selectively censoring the internet would thereafter make a lot more sense to the voter base than attacking Iraq did after 9/11, where most of the purported attackers were from Saudi Arabia, and the CIA-manufactured terrorist organisation was said to be based in Afghanistan.

Before this little celebrity endorsed idea showed up on the net, I was half convinced that the next false flag might be a cyberattack that stole everyone's imaginary digital money and left teevee-spawned chaos on the streets, but it would seem that a trembling and palpable fear has made the self-chosen scum pee down their legs and scale down their attack for now. The facts as I see them are these: They are losing control and they know it. As an inescapable result, they are attempting to tighten their grip but ironically that will just make things more unstable, and they know this too. They are the result of their own creation and they're about ready to do some really stupid shit. The financial profit they've been able to extract over centuries is dependant on the operation of a finely-tuned lie. They have been co-opting what started off as an insignificant truth movement for years, and as a result they have pushed a lot of money into letting everyone know how things really are. The pieces have started to line up for some more than others, and ongoing and unchecked theft has created a really unstable situation which could go up with the slightest spark.

It's all good. If the life force could be destroyed it would be long dead by now. Nobody's holding a gun to our heads to make us go to work every day, because if they did it would be too obvious what we are, or more to the point, what we make ourselves. We were sold a bill of goods advertising one thing, but the warranty has expired and now we're seeing, one by one, what we've bought into and where it leads. The walls are coming down and we'll each have to decide whether we want to be inside the system or out. Diversification of the species happens in evolution by separation. There is nothing but ideas standing between us and the next step.

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  1. Great post, especially the last line.

    Mark


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