Monday, May 03, 2010

They Live

They Live, a provocative science fiction film directed by John Carpenter, resonates in indirect fashion when equated with the deception two step the government, Wall Street and the banks/big corporations (aka the mass media engine of print/film/video/news & advertising) have been performing on us since 1912. Consider the following:
  • The economics no one tells you in school: For instance, did you know the Fed is a private enterprise? Smoke & Mirrors
  • Fiat money,  fractional reserve banking  and the death of the Glass-Stegall act, combined with congressional collusion, has finally bankrupted the nation. 
  • The countries' with the strongest central banks are the ones in the biggest trouble. US/England/Greece with Spain, Portugal and Ireland close behind.
  • The Fed cannot be audited. Finance Club
  • The IRS taxes we pay is the interest we give to the Fed on the money (our money) we borrow or, in other words, our tax dollars is the "profit" the Fed makes from us however, the real source of income for the Fed are the Treasury Bonds they buy with our dollars because the IOUs purchased are magically transformed into assets able to be used to help struggling charter banks or other entities who need money from us. Finance Club
  • The financial system is driven by borrowing. No borrowing = no money. As proof, read this classic exchange between Eccles & Patman, explaining how money is created in this country.
  • 1941 - Marriner Eccles, Governor of the Fed, being interviewed by Wright
    Patman, chairman of The House Committee on Banking & Currency

    Topic of discussion - The Depression

    Patman: How did the Fed get two billion dollars to purchase
    government bonds back in 1933?
    Eccles: We created it.
    Patman: Out of what?
    Eccles: Out of the right to issue credit money.
    Patman: And there is nothing behind it, is there, except our
    government's credit?
    Eccles: That is what our money system is. If there were no debts in
    our money system, there wouldn't be any money.
  • Network news is either propagandist/Fox or corporate driven as 9 companies own 95+% of all media outlets.  
  • The Media Merge: Film, print & video outlets are also owned by the same media giants as per network news.
  • Peak Oil - See the Gulf Disaster to see why it also lives -  and the catastrophic impact it will have on society is never openly discussed by the rich and connected who would rather delay, or better yet, ignore the inevitable instead of facing it head on to move the world to renewables before it's too late. 
  • The rasion d'ete of US war policy is never really talked about on network news. Tangental issues are discussed but not first principles of same as this would raise questions about governance, a real no no to the real owners of the country.
  • The power elite are truly clueless about the dire reality we face as they continue to spout the same empty mantra of "The economy's getting better" while in fact, nothing could be further from the truth save that GS got caught doing fraud but got away with the money anyway while the country (and the world) continues to tank under a mountain of debt and toxic assets created by the cabal of greedy politicians, the central banks, Wall Street investment banks and the "new masters of the universe".
  • To confirm the art of the stupid,  Unthink is the non word of the day according to Kentucky Fried Chicken, something inadvertently showing the intent to create Obedient Workers for the power elite, smart enough to run the machines, stupid enough not to question. (George Carlin Anyone?)
  • Oceans are dying and climate change is here, whether the ultra right or Fox News likes it or not. GW - And So it Begins
  • The Web, as stated before in BRT, is the last bastion of freedom humanity has. If it ever becomes regulated, all will be lost. 
  • The Net is the place to go to learn what is really happening in the world and best of all, it's free for all to access unless you live in China or other vacation spots like North Korea.
  • Becoming knowledgeable takes effort. No one is entitled to anything in life, something people will soon realize in the future that is coming.
  • We have no money. The so called health of the improving economy is an illusion foisted on us by  the military/industrial/congressional & corporate/banking complex and propped up by the Fed printing money.  When monetizing the debt finally fails, as it always does, the notion of a new Weimar Republic here in America seems no longer far fetched.
  • The fact of being broke is slowly waking us up to the fact we've been had. The question to ask now is... What will happen now?  This Sentence is False 
Seen below is a One Billion Marks bill, courtesy of the Weimar Republic, December 15, 1922.

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