Maybe this will help:I saw someone refer to this, when describing capitalism in one of the world and political discussion forums I frequent:
"I see it a lot like fire, it is great for cooking but out of control will burn your house down.. "
I say The political system has been “hacked” for years. They found the weak points and manipulated ‘results’, became better and better at it. I am not sure that it is repairable without a revolution. The web of corruption is so entirely embedded.Ross Perot looked like a chance for a fresh start, it fizzled away.Ron Paul came and has been buried as well as a few others.Many men who opposed them have been worn out and finally gave in, selling out for their “dole” Like, Would yOu say maybe, McCain......?
I still see a lot of potential for an economic collapse. To me it seems planned. Well engineered, a "controlled collapse". This may provide opportunity for a fresh start. Except for America has way too many stupid people who don't ‘know’ OR don’t want to know what is going on. This seems negative and mean doesn't it? and yet, it's "a" reality. certainly a possibility isn't it?
The trouble is the current world vested interests have acquired a lot of power that would survive intact even in the event of a crash. It is likely that the same gangsters will manage to regain control, even if we have a new start.."I see it a lot like fire, it is great for cooking but out of control will burn your house down.. "I have heard that before, and I feel just as then, such a perfect analogy.
SOome people hate this kind of message because it reeks of taking actual proactive responsibility for the world you live in, but first and foremost your own country. I see people constantly sitting back and talking about things but In reality just generally accepting most things, until whatever happens, happens (bywhoevermakesithappen). Then, I see a lot of sitting around and rationalizing why that result was meant to be or "best".
I have witnessed more than ever, “over rationalization” and justification for ridiculous aspects of our society & for a very long time. I would say it has gone beyond ridiculous & over-complicated. This is beneficial to the ‘perversion’ & decline because it lends itself to corruption & subjugation of the good, established common law.
"out of control will burn your house down.. "(Good post Natalie) That was great, succinct & generally common truth.
This system worked *!awesome!* for a very long time -even after we relatively conquered the basic laws (the Various forms) of slavery in this country. It took the European financiers and world elite powers many years, many and various techniques of assault to take apart the system of this country and actually seize it.
We can surely see why manipulative forces in the world would hate everything about this system. It is SAD that the utter ~current~ (& for 100 years) perversion of this system is nothing like what was meant for this republic.Bottom line: as bad as the current corruption and treason is in this system, we have something that very few other people including the saboteurs have which is: a political and social, as well as moral system in this world that has actually worked in most of its basic forms, certainly not least importantly: economically. Nothing in this world is perfect. This system is worth preserving. We should value our sovereignty to all reasonable levels. The bankers (central banks) are nobody's side show.
You must always remember where the power lies, not in politics, nor corporations but those who control the money. [Mayer Amschel Bauer] (1744 -1812), Godfather of the Rothschild Banking Cartel of Europe As Mayer Amschel Rothschild once stated:Give me control of a nation's money and I care not who makes the laws.
Here another long statement reflecting the influence banks have in people's lives from J.P. Morgan source: in 'The Creature from Jekyll Island' (American Opinion Publishing), p. 218 Capital must protect itself in every way... Debts must be collected and loans and mortgages foreclosed as soon as possible. When through a process of law the common people have lost their homes, they will be more tractable and more easily governed by the strong arm of the law applied by the central power of leading financiers. People without homes will not quarrel with their leaders. This is well known among our principle men now engaged in forming an imperialism of capitalism to govern the world. By dividing the people we can get them to expend their energies in fighting over questions of no importance to us except as teachers of the common herd.
The central banks have been running the show for more than a century, every war, every economic crisis, rise and fall of world leaders and political figures, and many aspects of our daily lives are dependent of this money hungry group of individuals that makes up the central banking cartel."The bankers are nobody's side show, you must always remember where the power lies, not in politics, nor corporations but those who control the money
"You might say: "What about the network of offshore banks owned by the CIA?" etc....Those are piggybanks compared to what there is.
~The bankers (central banks)Panic of 1907
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A swarm gathers on Wall Street during the bank panic in October 1907. Federal Hall, with its statue of George Washington, is seen on the right.The Panic of 1907, also known as the 1907 Bankers' Panic, was a financial crisis that occurred in the United States when the New York Stock Exchange fell close to 50% from its peak the previous year. Panic occurred, as this was during a time of economic recession, and there were numerous runs on banks and trust companies. The 1907 panic eventually spread throughout the nation when many state and local banks and businesses entered into bankruptcy. Primary causes of the run include a retraction of market liquidity by a number of New York City banks and a loss of confidence among depositors.The crisis was triggered by the failed attempt in October 1907 to corner the market on stock of the United Copper Company. When this bid failed, banks that had lent money to the cornering scheme suffered runs that later spread to affiliated banks and trusts, leading a week later to the downfall of the Knickerbocker Trust Company-New York City's third-largest trust. The collapse of the Knickerbocker spread fear throughout the city's trusts as regional banks withdrew reserves from New York City banks. Panic extended across the nation as vast numbers of people withdrew deposits from their regional banks.The panic may have deepened if not for the intervention of financier J. P. Morgan, who pledged large sums of his own money, and convinced other New York bankers to do the same, to shore up the banking system. At the time, the United States did not have a central bank to inject liquidity back into the market. By November the financial contagion had largely ended, yet a further crisis emerged when a large brokerage firm borrowed heavily using the stock of Tennessee Coal, Iron and Railroad Company (TC&I) as collateral. Collapse of TC&I's stock price was averted by an emergency takeover by Morgan's U.S. Steel Corporation-a move approved by anti-monopolist president Theodore Roosevelt. The following year, Senator Nelson W. Aldrich established and chaired a commission to investigate the crisis and propose future solutions, leading to the creation of the Federal Reserve System.
DO You have this?????????
Very, very good.
Read "The creature from Jekyll Island
Now we're cooking.
You can see where after this period, there are CONTRAILS leading all the way to TODAY-