If you stumbled into this conspiracy theorist's blog unintentionally, if you happen to be someone who thinks that our distributed white or almost white civilizations are the highest peak of human progress we're currently able to conceive of, I would ask you when we voted to let certain private banks control the issuing of currency. It is my duty to inform you that, no, currency creation is not in fact in the hands of government in most countries. I feel you should know that privately-owned businesses have acquired, through a process we're never told about, the right to say that there is now x amount of money, where there was nothing, which they then loan to non-cabal banks and governments, with a percentage of interest. When, in our supposedly free society that we're told we love and respect so much, does the assignment or removal of this most crucial economic ability ever appear on the ballot?
Politicians and all manner of economic experts feign ignorance, when that ignorance is not real, at the ungraspably many layers of obfuscations that no one but their own kind have covered this systemic monstrosity with. Their presented solution is always to centralize power, and their promise is always to rid the world of anything bad ever happening again. Taking the long view of our economic history, it becomes clear that our economies are controlled, and monopolies increased, by the peristaltic or rhythmic expansion and contraction of available debt, as issued by the world's central banks. Centralisation of control only serves to simplify this action. You should not take my word for this, but neither should you swallow whole anything coming from An Expert™, especially when they resort to personal attacks towards anyone who challenges their conjecture.
I believe I've logged sufficient hours trying to front-run the planned actions of the scum of this world. To do this, you need to access your own inner darkness in order to project, and putting myself in their shoes has covered my feet in something I don't want it covered in. Attempting to do this is a symptom of fear, something I would like to think no longer has the grip on me it once did. Just because excessive fear is bad, that does not mean any percentage of fear is bad, contrary to what our mainstream media's polar left-right thought system would like us to believe. Being able to access fear is healthy, as well is it necessary to not only be aware of, but able to exploit the darkness in all of us, to a small extent, to recognise when a cloud of it is waiting for us.
I don't really care any more what control-obsessed, ultra rich, inbred crime families have planned for us. Life is the only media I know of that is interactive enough to consistently surprise you when you think you have figured out what happens next. Suffice it to say that these parasites feel so unable to cope with the lessons life inevitably teaches all of us, that they are still trying to attain enough power through money to prevent it. We are able to understand this now, because even since before the royal heads started to roll down the hills, most of us have wanted to be just like them.
They are a function of evolution, to blatantly demonstrate to us that part of ourselves we must be willing to admit we have, before we can avoid it controlling us. To answer the question I posed, on when we vote on who gets to produce money: We cast our ballots every time we pass a currency note of their issue in exchange for something else. The only ability they have demonstrated over us is to make us think we have none of our own. Like I said: It's not in the hands of government.
If there is anything I would say we should be to face our future, however boring or active it may be, it would be able. Able of body, mind and spirit. Most importantly, able in that elusive extra dimension that enables us to realise that the aforementioned three are actually all part of the same thing. There is no one less able to meet their own challenges of life, since we all got the same amount of character points when we started, they were just spread out all in unique ratios for diversification. Life, of which we are both part and observers, speaks to us from the inside and out, and we need to be able to recognise what it is trying to teach us, what we are trying to teach ourselves, and respond to the best of our abilities.
In the previous incarnation of this blog, before it had a kind of theme, and the corruption of this world was only an occasional guest star, I wrote that finding one's Mojo meant being ready to deal with anything, even if you are not prepared for it.