The problem is that we currently live in upside-down land, bizarro world. The biggest criminals, doing the most heinous deeds including mass murder by war and starvation, are protected behind ah-fuck-it levels of red tape and plausible deniability. People are allowed to know that the most successful political campaigns are the well-funded ones, and then get all puffed up and surprised when the elected officials go with the interest of big business against the stated will of the people every single time they think they can get away with it. The most legal and accepted drugs are the most dangerous and profitable ones, while the most demonised and illegal ones are those with the highest risk of pulling your head from your ass.
The problem is that we celebrate one day in the year when it's the season to be jolly and nice to each other, while for all the other ones it's widely accepted that those are the days that everyone is meant to steal as much as they can from each other and be utterly miserable about it. There are enough people taking antidepressants that they're finding it in the drinking water, and all the questions of "why, why, why?" are drowned out by the loudness of "please sir, may I have some more?". Earth's most celebrated day is the birth of earth's most famous martyr, whom everyone supposedly looks up to but almost no-one listens to. It doesn't matter that the celebration is done by lining the pockets of the most usurious and gutless scum to ever walk the earth and that no one actually lives by the lessons that Jesus attempted to teach us, because it's the thought that counts. In a world of make-believe money, hard and soft, where a mental flat line is as common as Colon Cola™, thoughts are the only currency people can still believe in.
In the age where reason has returned to nature, be it tomorrow or in a thousand years, we may well spend one day instead attempting to remember the utter desolation and suffering that can be visited upon a planet when people turn "it's not my problem" into their creed. On asshole day, kids would try to duck little turds bursting from a rothschild piñata, and attempt to loop the noose around the banker, wearing a blindfold made from the precipitated catatonia of humanity. On asshole day, everyone would choke down a glass of piss and then form groups to discuss how much they enjoyed it, because that's how it was done in the old days.
It would appear that the ball is in play with the wikileaks manipulations and its attending effects. The leaks, saying too little and somehow far too much, are meant to serve the dual purpose of being a continued assault on governments and another attempt to shut down the internet. The governments, most or all of them, are collections of weakling sell-outs, attracted to power and status. Their failings are well documented every time they attempt to do something, and we won't shed a tear for them here. Neither will their masters who, much like lizards, are attempting to cast off their tails and leave their minions holding the bag, while they scurry away like the cowards they have always been. They cannot abide the internet, dissonant and nebulous even as it is now, because if people are allowed to paypal each other donations for things they found useful rather than things they really had no choice in buying, it would not be long before people realised that we don't need the burden of finance in order to support ourselves.
It may just be my recent ambivalence on pretty much all subjects, but it seems that every new assault of manipulation is falling on deaf ears. The mammonite offerings appear to be ever more self-defeating and ill-informed, the best example as yet being the leaking wiki. I can only surmise that we've been on the good shit for too long. Mail bombs, reports of subverted threats and FBI-employed flaming crotches just don't cut it any more. Their repeated attempts to kick off a world war from the Koreas have been as flaccid as they are. To get our attention again they have to point out the only remaining threat anyone cares about: thieving bloodsuckers who survive by manipulation.
We need to remember who we're dealing with here. In a system where money is exchanged for skills, they have almost all of the former and almost none of the latter. They're masters of a bygone world where vacuousness is a virtue. By doing everything in their power to remove themselves from anything real in the world, they have lost contact with it all, and have become as aliens trying to communicate their outmoded threats. They have mistreated us in every way they could think of, and as a result have created people who have emerged from it all and realised that they are still alive and ready for the fight of the ages.
Even if it is their master plan and even if they have been for centuries trying to accomplish their sad goal, they are going to find out the hard way that what they always wanted from us cannot be stolen. They can steal our money, our time, our ideas, years off our lives or even our lives themselves, but they will never have the one thing they've denied themselves by their behaviour. Love can only be given, it cannot be taken.
We're severely screwed up. In so many ways that they can't be kept in the broken human mind all at once. When, for instance, was the last time that a nation suffered clustered earthquakes, volcanic eruptions and a tsunami all at once, and the only thing you'd see in the news is that the fat whore queen of england joined facebook? Ideas are in the end perhaps the most powerful things, and when it happens that they can be owned, the perversion of the social structure begins on a grand scale. From the moment that the moneyed interests deem which ideas are let out upon the ruling majority and which are squashed, a festering lie starts growing in the social order. It is in such a way that the idea of freedom gets renamed to poverty and that pervasive remote monitoring is called security.
The scum that has drawn profit from the system of global slavery, suffering and fear have outlived every toppled monarchy and dictatorship. They have done this by diverting energy for change away from the central problem like a lightning rod, by co-opting revolutions and dressing up the old lies in new clothing. What was advertised as change in america has ended in the election of another lying puppet and a group of people teabagging each other. Our own beloved internet truth movement is full of very popular people saying we should buy precious metals. I'm sorry, but aren't the mines owned by the same all-encompassing conglomerates we're trying to get rid of? Wasn't all the gold stolen by those who do the stealing when paper money went off the gold standard? In the same way, it seems, a coordinated bank run is planned for December. Bank runs historically being used for things like the creation of feral reserve banks, and I won't ask where that idea came from. Show of hands then, who here keeps their money in central banks? Maybe some wayward traveller can correct my math here, but won't the vacuum left by the destruction of the smaller big banks only allow the thieves who escape unscathed yet again to further solidify their monopoly by picking up the slack? Far be it for me to try and stop people from teabagging and bank runs, though. We're down so far that any change in scenery will be refreshing.
The solution to this problem is not going to change, we have to stop using money. Money is what enables those with lying and manipulation as their only skills to own the planet. Any diversion on this point will only result in being more food for the Anglerfish of this world. You cannot have your freedom and an SUV. I am in the fortunate position of never having allowed myself anything left to lose, but I have been waiting, hoping that I would not have to go it alone, that I could take my family and some of humanity with me when I leave the money system. It is becoming clear though that the moth will not be diverted from its flame. The only crime of the so-called sheeple is believing what they're told. Their only shortcoming is not being acquainted with the evil inside themselves well enough to see what is being done to them. It's okay, it's not that bad. There are worse things than death by misplaced trust.