1. Lizard People
The other evening I stumbled across an old Steven Segal movie called Marked for death. The storyline was sloppy, but I enjoy the odd martial arts film and although I had seen this one before many moons ago, I’d forgotten about the ‘evil twins’ masquerading as one person to fool the masses into believe he/they were somehow ‘magic’ – i.e. superior. It reminded me how easily desperate people are driven into believing supernatural forces are empowering certain individuals whilst preventing progress for others.
Whether the elite are behind the nonsense concerning their relationship to ‘lizard men’ is unclear, but I’m sure they wouldn’t suppress it too much; after all that would make them ‘superior’ – thus, unstoppable. There are many in the ‘truth’ movement advocating ‘superior entities’ at work and I although admit I cannot prove you wrong, no offence – you’re a distraction.
The banking elite are human beings that have mastered the art of currency expansion and contraction. Honey-trapping, bribing, threatening, and also murder are their tools against the political class – whom seem to be always willing to create laws to favour the banker’s monopoly.
2. Gold is the answer
This one really pisses me off at times, and although I see some reasoning in the theory, our problems are far more in depth than simply replacing fiat currency with gold. Usury has been practiced with gold; government monopoly over the currency supply has been implemented with gold; and fractional reserve banking has been utilised through gold. The majority of our problems could well remain the same if our respective governments simply ‘peg’ their currencies per gram of gold.
Physical gold used in trade between people/companies is a great medium of exchange for valuable items. It should be one of many ‘currencies’ available as an option. In other words, I believe competing and multiple currencies are the answer.
3. Debt-free Issued treasury notes are the answer
This is arguably the Hegelian dialectic companion to the ‘gold is the answer’ theory. Stories of success for the Greenback and other fiats are shared amongst the people that tout this route as the road to success. The fundamental problem is that this method would require a benign, honest, and just government to enact it. Is there anyone reading this that believes they live under such a government? If you do, then I suggest therapy. If you don’t but also believe the solution is simply to replace the ‘players’ in government with benign, honest, and just beings, then again – I suggest therapy.
The contemporary crop of government shills that have been honey-trapped, bribed, coerced, or otherwise have motivation to serve the banking cartel will not change, and replacing thousands of politicians/bureaucrats will not occur – although I do admit those using this approach will most probably claim a few ‘scalps’ of lower-tier Rothschild minions. Resignations occur daily, but the fundamental stench of government corruption is eminating from a deep source – the currency supply, and those that supply it.
I have no moral repulsion to debt-free treasury notes and would honestly like to see them in circulation without any legal requirement to accept them as payment for a debt outstanding. However, I don’t see this occurring, and if you’re a ‘fiat fan’ then why not start your own and find those that share your view. Some communities may require such a system anyway due to lack of physical money – gold, silver and copper/nickel. Besides, as I stated earlier, I believe competing and multiple currencies are the answer, not a government/individual/corporation monopoly.