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.
The accumulated propaganda against the phrase "conspiracy theorist" is failing, but it's the strength of it which I found perhaps the most surprising of all. I discovered that many intelligent people—the likes of which hang out at places like Slashdot, or even busy themselves on Reddit trying to make others understand that the actions of israel against palestine are inhuman—are unable to cross the proverbial Rubicon into that sort of territory where they could be accused of theorising about conspiracies.
"Just about everyone except me is stupid," is what they've been told, and to them every action on planet earth can be explained from that basis alone. If the economy fails like it has many times before, it is simply because those in charge don't know what they're doing. This is not even to mention the broken logic of the voting public. A case could be made for this kind of behaviour, because there must be a certain kind of honour and nobility in being meek enough to be food for something else. Cows are generally defenceless, yet are very useful for their plodding strength, which is why Hinduism regards them as sacred, gentle souls. There is also a undeniable fear of being removed from one's peers that is employed in the conspiracy theorist meme, and I can't blame others for their choices, because that fear has never had an opportunity to really find a hold on me. Truthfully I've always been a bit crazy (our new word for not assuming everything you're told is true), and throughout my life I have found it more important to be true to what I believe than to have friends who are only acquainted with a façade I could generate.
I've met the most amazing people, greater than myself, in the freedom movement. To be there they also have had to be true to themselves beyond where society would nominally allow, but also because they were shown a world where an organised group with all the resources and social control must be opposed by those lone souls who necessarily have none of these things. It is a battle of near-impossible odds, and in it many of us finally found an enterprise worth engaging in.
I've been thinking about what my part is that I could do to make this world a better place to live in, because writing about it has been a start, but ultimately inadequate. No kind of employment I know of is a worthy endeavour, because the corporate environment by design inevitably moves toward the interests of profit, and after a certain point that imperative becomes more accurately identifiable as theft. Give a man a fish or teach a man to fish is key to serving others in their best interests, and this sheds much light on the goals of so-called charity. What happens anywhere these charitable organisations operate is; first the grain prices fall through the floor because the market is flooded with hand-outs. Farmers in that area lose their livelihoods, and of course the market for land goes into the toilet because nobody wants it. You can guess who then buys it up at a bargain because you don't get to be filthy rich by acquiring things honestly. It's just one of the many ways that people are made to lose their self-sufficiency and their land, and at least the great bulk of humanity must be lauded for not even being able to conceive of such a level of evil.
9/11 is the loose thread anyone can pull to unravel the tapestry of bullshit we've all been wrapped up in, and without such a glaring mistake I don't doubt that most of us would still be lost in uncertainty. It's something that had to happen to bring an increasingly loving and peaceful world to war, and you can admire life its elegance in bringing to the fore the unfinished garbage that necessarily has to be revealed for us to move on. WTC7 is the clear and unambiguous smoking gun of this latest in a long line of false flags, going in the face of all we're still allowed to know about the laws of physics. Get it while it's legal.
There is only the correct way to honestly evaluate what happened on 9/11, and everything else like glaring omissions and flat-out lies in the official accounts and investigations is an optional extra, unnecessary to determine that some group must have conspired to spur another profitable war. Using even the most accepted methods of crime investigation implicates those with motive, and the events that have transpired since then points clearly to arms manufacturers and oil companies. The former cannot exist in a state of peace, and the latter cannot exist with an acceptance of truth. I've often thought about producing a satire to illustrate the absurdity of this world, but ultimately nothing can match the satirical finesse of what we're meant to believe.
The truth is everywhere and it's free, but some assembly is required. The problem is people don't like doing stuff, and when I say people, I include you and I, because we're the sheeple. We get bored of things because of the same mechanism that allows us to spot a green leaf in a pile of brown ones, and helps us pretend that the moment that just passed still exists. We also generally don't like being wrong, because that may make us seem ridiculous.
What happened is that, one day, some men showed up and suggested we should trade some of that bread for this bit of shiny rock they found. Some speculate whether these men emerged like that, top hat and all, from the ass hole of the planet. Today the world is starting to run out of bread, and we don't even have the rocks any more. We long ago started using little pamphlet vouchers which represent a certain amount of the rocks, but by now the stamped papers only represent a value inversely proportional to the amount of them in circulation. While the food keeps getting harder to come by, the amount of good toilet paper wasted on this endeavour keeps increasing, and the real value of this idea called money keeps getting smaller. It may be possible that these things are connected.
We're slow learners, though. We've known that the emperor has no clothes since the 1300s, and most of us still don't get it. In comic fashion, the new lie has gotten more impossible to stop the more we've invested in it, until now we're forced to watch it blow up in our faces. That's where the shit that's hitting the fan is coming from. I suspect that it's landing on the arab states first because israel is our modern day faecal super volcano, and that's the direction the wind is blowing. The original israeli eruption probably didn't make it to the news because the atmosphere over there has apparently always been shitty and people didn't notice the change.
If you follow any of the more accepted news networks, you may know that you're now authorised to really start trembling in your boots, because something called the muslim brotherhood™ is taking over the arab world. Look anywhere else, however, and you may realise that the people doing the actual work out there don't actually appear to give a shit about any of that crap, and may in fact just be bone tired of watching their children go to bed hungry. Look at history, and you may learn that it has been relatively easy to make people go to war by first inducing famine, and now more than ever the beast needs to be satiated. When the teevee news starts talking about food shortages in a self-destructing economic environment where you can speculate on food prices like you can on tulips, software companies and badly built houses, you can be sure that it's going to happen.
We may witness israel being turned into the world's largest glass quarry soon, because like world trade center 7, that's probably where all the bodies are buried. What you're not supposed to realise then, is it's just a way to grease the wheels for another cycle of jewtopia. It doesn't work so well any more to accuse someone of being an anti-semite when they accuse you of stealing, so the term may go all 2.0 on us. They may actually execute six million jews this time or they may not, but you can bet it'll be the ones they don't like. From the looks of their apparent lack of ability to like anything, it might be the entire population, and as a bonus they get to blame all the people that accused them of stealing.
The best part is that there are no tragedies in life, and natural disaster is a bit of an oxymoron. We may think all this is important and that we're special, but we're just another manifestation of life, and the only part of us that is immortal is what is constantly changing. If we do decide to let ourselves be destroyed by another war we've been sold, or we eventually just work ourselves to death, it will be nothing but the experienced hand of natural selection telling us we should maybe try again in a few thousand years.
The system of the old world was mostly called capitalism and, in short, it trains disresponsibility. It allows people to pay others to do the things they don't want to do, and consequently they're allowed to escape the unsightly things that enable their lifestyles. A consequence of that is; what enables their lifestyles is allowed to grow behind the scenes into a monster that not even its creators can love. The ugliest creatures on this planet can be found where there is no light, like at the very bottom of the ocean and in ostentatious mansion complexes.
We think we're pretty great with our concrete box houses and our fossil fuel-burning contraptions. Our music boxes can hold thousands of mass-produced offerings from the likes of Lady Gaga and Katy Perry and, most importantly, it can do so without throwing up. We don't talk about Britney Spears any more because she's like sooo yesterday. Like, omigawd. We're so awesome, we spend half our waking lives doing things we probably wouldn't do otherwise, and whatever's left we spend consuming things generally made by people who'd rather be doing something else. The only place left where we can still reliably find some semblance of passion or life force is in carnal pleasures, that would be just another Wednesday if it weren't kept just out of reach. If you want access to that lusty face and those perfectly round, airbrushed tits, you're meant to go out and do whatever it takes to get a Ferrari or something similar, because it's well-known that pantywallets are magnetically attracted to them. If you have "tits", you better hope they're perfectly round or you'll have to make them appear that way, the same way that While E. Coyote paints a tunnel on a rock face to trick the Road Runner. You have to be able to flash that fake smile at a moment's notice, and the next second be able to fake sadness, disappointment or an orgasm. Do it now or you'll be alone forever. Nobody will like you.
Things might've gone on this way until the end, if life were what we've been told. What you're about to see is what is referred to in mainstream media language as a perfect storm. It is what happens when all the chickens come home to roost at the same time. I will no doubt be surprised many times by the magnificence and the irony of it all in the near future, but one example may go like this: The people we paid to slaughter animals all day long finally accept that we really are no better than just another predator in the animal kingdom, and as a result will have no qualms about stringing up a squealing banker and doing them kosher style. In the end it's all just cause and effect.
The system of the new world is called survival of the fittest. If you're too fat to run and one of these days you need to move quickly to stay alive, then I've got some bad news for you and good news for the rest of us. Good news, because food is going to be scarce, and there won't be enough to maintain your Jabba the Hutt-looking ass. These things don't come from some magical realm beyond this world, they are right under our noses every day. We call them things like body language and coincidence. We know that the language of science—on which we now rely for all our explanations—can touch but not grasp these things, but we also know that these things have some power we can't quite explain. We are about to get schooled on the things we thought we'd left behind, and we can get our lessons either the easy way or the hard way.
The old world is gone, in my opinion. You may say goodbye, but it can't hear you.
Chances are, if you found this you've probably heard recently about things like the new world order, planetary population reductions or the shape-shifting reptilians that are supposedly behind it all. There is a nebulous cloud of information out there and disinformation dwarves the truth by several orders of magnitude. Truth is, once you've caught a whiff of the atrocity at the core of the crumbling monetary system, you will believe just about anything about those who run it.
If you made a chart that showed the volume of empathic ability possessed by every person on the planet, it could be assumed that the product would be a bell curve, just from statistical distribution. With the most marginal extremes at both ends, on one side you would find the most loving and generous people, while at the other will dwell the most selfish and fearful creatures ever to not see the light of day.
The monetary system, that is, a system that is based on bartering or the illusion of equal trade as opposed to simply sharing, is the result of the idea that we are all separate, sovereign beings. In truth, the one and only constant in life is attraction, which in turn results in the fractal of experiences that is available in it. If you go back far enough, everything observable comes from the same source. Not that you need to go back that far to see that the difference between white and black people is tiny compared to the difference between either and a possum, and that the difference between a possum and a person is tiny compared to the difference between either and a rock.
Through fear we have been led to believe that we are all separate, that our individuality makes us sovereign. In this world right now, you have to be extremely careful just to not end up with a nemesis. The jews, republicans, hispanics, tree huggers, lesbians, cagers and the trekkies are all just aching for you to hate them. All groups zealously defending their wonderful little arrangement of life that, it is assumed, no one else could ever understand.
This concept of life as I have used it can be understood in many ways. Some choose to call it God, while the more scientific approach might be to define it as a natural force of attraction called love. Unfortunately, both of these terms have been contaminated almost beyond recognition by people who wish to deny this force, so more suitable terms are life or trust. It is both a thing as it is a rule or an imperative, which manifests because it could not exist any other way. Every creature on the above-mentioned curve understands this on some level, or they would not be on the graph. Nothing exists that does not share at least some measure of life.
The insanely selfish people that fall on the one side of our imaginary bell curve choose to deny this singular truth because of their extreme fear, or hate. As a result they act as they believe, with exceeding selfishness and destructive will towards every other part of life. Life allows this because it is flexible and curious--it is loving.
One thing anyone who's ever spent time in the bowels of a monetary system probably understands, is that the less regard you have for the well-being of others, the more money you can make. Understand that this monetary system has been running for a very long time, and all it's had to do over the hundreds of years of its existence is to make the extraction of profit ever more effective, and to pervade the most heartless beings to the highest echelons of its control.
The bottom line is that, by now, every money-based organisation or institution operates under the unwritten rule that more money is better. Think about any facet of the civilisation that is unceasingly minced through the TV: More money means more options. What we ended up with is a system which awards power to those who seek to destroy everything else for their own benefit.
The irony of what these selfish people--let's call them the mammonites--seek is that they need everyone else to accomplish it. Everyone else either needs to trust them or to become like them to play along with the monopoly that their contemporaries have created. Their power, such as it is, relies entirely on the people's willingness to believe in it. This has worked as long as it did because up until now there's been a balance between the trust and the hate. But the earth has entered a critical period. It's no longer as easy to follow the old patterns, and my feeling is that this is just the beginning.
2010 has been the world year for records. In many places, decade- or century-old records have been broken for minimum winter temperatures, maximum summer temperatures, highest and lowest rainfall. You may have missed the large and sometimes devastating earthquakes and/or volcanic eruptions recently in Haiti, Chile, Indonesia, New Zealand and the Philippines, or the floods in Brazil, Poland, Pakistan and Australia. It's difficult to tell now, but things weren't like this in 2009. The production of staple foods, which has kept those who have least sufficiently alive and satisfied, has already been greatly diminished by unusual weather, to name just one effect.
The mammonites, of course, have more than they could ever spend, and yet they will never have enough. They cannot help themselves, it's all they know. The banks have not only stopped lending, but they have been calling in their loans. Since everything from personal to government spending in the most "developed" countries has generally been based on debt, the wheels of this monstrosity have all but stopped. The governments, as corrupt and short-sighted as ever, have decided to address this problem by paying all remaining public funds directly to the institutions that created the mess. As a result, most countries are broke and the only thing they can do, since the banks won't lend, is to attempt to take another country's resources. Incidentally, a world war would be very profitable if you happen to be on the board of directors of several "energy" and arms companies. Owning most of the media probably wouldn't hurt, either.
Through centuries of applying various forms of control to increase profit while decreasing revolutions, they have attempted to breed just the right kind of slave: A selfish creature meant to be closer to animal than human. They have succeeded with a certain portion of the population and, having forgotten the laws of nature, pushed their atavistic creations into a mortal corner. Given the situation, there really is only one thing that can happen next.
The voluntary slavery system known as the international economy has been rotting from the inside ever since the trust to fear ratio reached a critical point. Now that it's begun, the cycle will only reinforce itself until eventually there is nothing left of the world we once knew. Every person in this meat grinder has to decide whether they are going to speed the sinking of the ship by taking on more gold or if they are going to get as far away from it all as possible.
There is no easy fix for dealing with the darkness that has saturated our lives. Even now, when many of the beings that constitute the mammonites come from a certain group of people, a group who calls themselves the jews, it would not help much to marginalise or attempt to destroy this group, because as our twisted society has demonstrated, greed is an option that is available to everyone. It was by attempting to delegate away our resposibilities with seemingly easy fixes like monetary and governmental systems that we landed in this mess to begin with. The only real way to deal with the taint that resides in each of us is through constant, dedicated effort, because it will always be easier to take than to give.