Tuesday, August 02, 2005

The Rip-Off Of The Millenium

Did you really think that the rich world is/was recovering lately or perhaps did you miss this excellent essay put up on this site last April and entitled: The New Slavery - The American dream” has been replaced by a whip?

Whatever your response, excuses will not do you any justice whatsoever. Good, now that I have gotten you attention, let’s take a deep breath and take a glance at the true state of the world economy in a few headlines...

Total America’s Debt, liabilities included: $286,258 per person...
and Africa Debt: The Poorest Regions in the World Have Subsidized the Richest and Confessions of an Economic Hit Man: How the U.S. Uses Globalization to Cheat Poor Countries Out of Trillions... and One-fifth of global aid is actually going to the world’s poorest countries.... and The Debt Threat: How Debt is Destroying the World ... and The Great Credit Card Scam By Rep Bernie Sanders... and Unless they dismantle the £30bn Common Agricultural Policy, Africa will never free itself from poverty... and Reviving the foreign-aid racket .. and we could go and on...

Scary, heh?

Yes, pals, you got it. It is now time to take back our lives. The task of a Gov’t is to oversee whether Human Rights are respected and nothing else. Then of course, implementing a full-fledged privatization and the return to "honest money" along with the creation of many private watchdogs of all kinds tracking every move of whatever (potential) powerful lobby.

People are right when they criticize "privatization" but what they ignore is that privatization needs sound money and who says sound money also says no gov’t intervention at all. As long as we neglect this very fact, the free-market theory will remain another illusion. Although the economic pundits love to use the word "free-market", they are fooling audiences and consumers.

Power corrupts and absolute power corrupts absolutely, thus breeds deceptions.

A good power does not exist, it is by definition an oxymoron. If truth were spereading equally, nobody would be able to take over. Nobody. Keeping poverty under control will depend on how good we’re at investigating power constantly, not to mention decriminalizing actions between consenting adults and finally empowering true free speech as opposed to political correctness.

If humanity cannot live with the dangers and responsibilities inherent in freedom, it will probably turn to authoritarianism - Erich Fromm

Forget about your emotions and start thinking in 3-D now. Truth is never easy to handle and especially when the scale of the lies affect the deep core of society. But what does happen when the mainstream conventional wisdom turns out being deceptive? Moreover what does it tell us about the so-called conventional wisdom exactly? Awfully it does seem to say that anything "mainstream" is rather an intellectual trap.

We are a part of the system (matrix) that wants you to conform, hence shaping your beliefs to fit its needs.

Everything sells and Power has always be the rule #1 of the game. Belief has been capitalized on by marketing agents, politics and religion for the best part of two millennia. If history is any indicator, trust in the powers-that-be will doom you or/and you (grand)children eventually. That’s as simple as that, my friends. The Wealth Illusion always ends up exposing itself. There is no "if but "when".

Whatever your culture, there is no place to hide and we should take this as our "ultimate ace in the hole". As a unique chance to band together and demand our world lawmakers to end this divisive and enslaving monetary masquerade. Voltaire once said: “Paper money eventually returns to its intrinsic value ---- zero.”

From the architect of our current monetary system’s own mouth: "By a continuous process of inflation, governments can confiscate, secretly and unobserved, an important part of the wealth of their citizens. By this method, they not only confiscate, but they confiscate arbitrarily; and while the process impoverishes many, it actually enriches some....The process engages all of the hidden forces of economic law on the side of destruction, and does it in a manner that not one man in a million can diagnose." - John Maynard Keynes [Economic Consequences of the Peace, 1920]

Ending this economic and intellectual ongoing wars demands to challenge everything we’re taught and consider thought provoking ideas. Winning will require paradoxically the collusion of "millions of lone fighters". Because wars and financial crises have plagued humanity, it is about time to question the premises of big government planning. One thing should be very obvious by now though: we’ve been through 6,000 years of failed governments. If they all promised prosperity and peace/unity endlessly but eventually failed their objectives, on a regular basis we got massively impoverished and thrown into a war... so where is the heck is the problem??

The Individual’s naivete!

Yes, many sacrifices are at stake but trading sacrifices with Freedom is definitely worth it. Let’s not kid ourselves, we got into this mess because of centuries of fallacies but this historical knowledge now assimilated will help speed up the transition exponentially: it is very realistic to say that it might take more or less a generation to restore property and peace worldwide. Are you ready to launch this fabulous Odyssey?

Yes, We can succeed if most of us agree that the old system can no longer be reformed, simply because all the so-called reforms invented to date have been u-n-w-o-r-k-a-b-l-e. Can you honestly name one social program that has really worked?

By now it should be obvious that changing the premises radically can do the job only. Alas at this stage, the majority still prefers to wait for the freight train to crash completely instead of being among those pushing on "the red button". Waiting for the total disaster will just make the transition even more difficult to deal with. Maybe will you be among the enlightened guiding the others toward the end of the tunnel?

The mother of all battles is now raging, please email your congressmen and tell them that you NOW know. This may sound very idealistic and radical but any favorable change will not come without efforts: the will to take one’s destiny back entirely and without compromises. But please bear in mind: the day "they" knows that "we" know, "they" will have to behave. All this occurred because of ignorance, remember?

Texas, New Hampshire and Nevada Say "No" To The Monetary Cartel. Who Will be Next?