Monday, Jan. 2nd, 2012 – Today, we start the first full week of the new year. We can certainly expect to see activity in the financial world. The same problems are still there. This is one area that doesn’t start with a clean slate. It hasn’t started fresh, in a very long time. Developments in debt management will be an underlying factor in every aspect of the news. Finance will affect every aspect of daily life. Jobs, incomes and lifestyles hang in the balance. D3ecisions made a generation ago have monetary policy locked into a commitment of monetizing debt. The generation that lived through the Great Depression would see that as a contradiction in terms. They understood, very clearly, that debt is not money. This lesson will be repeated, many times, in 2012.
I just commented on a blog post that talked about the announcement of a new global financial system and currency, in 2012. I’m a skeptic. We shall see, what we shall see. Still the possibility got me thinking. I see another purpose in the ESF. Ever since the League of Nations there’s been a push to global governance. Logically, it would also include global control of the issuance of currency. By exporting debt around the world, a backdoor method of integrating the currencies of the world has been underway, since 1934. Obviously, the role of the ESF defends Federal interests. There has always been a struggle for the position of reserve currency of the world
You can pull a string all over town, but you can’t push it anywhere. It is impossible to force a slave to be free. That is what we have come to. That is what debt does. The debtor is servant to the lender. We have become slaves on the Federal Debt Plantation.
Of course, 2012 will be more difficult than 2011. With each passing day, the interest on the debt waits for no man. It keeps piling up. Adding to the debt load in an attempt to push back the day of reckoning doesn’t work. 2012 will be a year of mounting debt and declining ability to pay.
My friends around the world welcome me to reality. They tell me that we now have an Internal Security Agency, just like they do. A few tell me that torture is part of the package. It’s a not-so-brave new world.
Right now, many are convinced that government has gone a step too far. What will they say in the middle of the next crisis? I’d feel better about the answer if we had a more independent culture, as we did in 1930. That’s too bad. In 2008, we began reliving the 1930s.
The reach of the corporate structure, it’s agencies and agents, is now growing with the acceleration of technological advance. It would appear that nothing is beyond their reach. They seek to establish a man made Heaven of their own, but will end in destruction.
Roles could be reversed, in 2012. We could end up cleaning bathrooms and mowing lawns, in Third World countries. Oh, wait a minute! We don’t have to go anywhere! The United States could have Third World status, in 2012.
It is consistent with history. With foreign countries unloading U. S. Treasuries, it makes sense to buy them back with devalued currency. It’s only a postponing band – aid, but the Ponzi scheme continues.
The numbers of displaced and impoverished people will continue to increase. There are 10 million people in the United States who are one month’s expenses away from being out in the streets. Thank God for the homeless shelters, food banks and outreach programs.
This is the product of “The System” that people are so eager to defend. The sheep skin falls off, and the wolf is exposed. Central banks are in the wealth transfer business. They get real things and populations get debt, in the form of worthless paper.
Based on my answer to the basic question, “Is the currency, money?”, I say the forecast isn’t this good. My answer is “No”. Debt monetized by borrowing into circulation is not money. Oh what a tangled web they have woven.
Intelligence agencies work muscle for the corporate structure. They respect no national boundaries. The corporate structure is amoral, predatory and cannibalistic. Dead things claim dominion over the earth. That will not always be so. Their time is short.
Very timely prayer from Allan McDougall. Psalm 6: 2 – . That’s a promise that we can believe in.
Psa 6:2 Have mercy upon me, O LORD; for I am weak: O LORD, heal me; for my bones are vexed.
Psa 6:3 My soul is also sore vexed: but thou, O LORD, how long?
Psa 6:4 Return, O LORD, deliver my soul: oh save me for thy mercies’ sake.
Psa 6:5 For in death there is no remembrance of thee: in the grave who shall give thee thanks?
Psa 6:6 I am weary with my groaning; all the night make I my bed to swim; I water my couch with my tears.
Psa 6:7 Mine eye is consumed because of grief; it waxeth old because of all mine enemies.
Psa 6:8 Depart from me, all ye workers of iniquity; for the LORD hath heard the voice of my weeping.
Psa 6:9 The LORD hath heard my supplication; the LORD will receive my prayer.
Psa 6:10 Let all mine enemies be ashamed and sore vexed: let them return and be ashamed suddenly.
People just do not understand these enabling laws. They don’t study history. Creative interpretation and selective enforcement make them dangerous. If a present tyrant doesn’t realize the worst application, the next one could.
“The U. S. banks are completely isolated from the European contagion”. …. Yes, and Mary Poppins had a little lamb. With the Fed committed to propping up Europe, the contagion is in the debt swaps. Speaking of debt, that is the major export of the United States.
As my blog has grown, it has become very important to see a growing total of clicks on other links in my blog(s). If I see more than 100 in a day, I know that there is content that people find relevant.
The corporate structure is amoral, predatory and cannibalistic. These accounts illustrate that point. The history of internment camps is rife with examples of uncertain alliances and loyalties. There are no human priorities in Corporatism.
Unfortunately, we have all been trained to measure ourselves and others for their commercial utility. We are trained to monetize people and harvest them. We sell ourselves for fake money. To change that mindset is to gain freedom and we learn independence.
People don’t understand that, with fiat currencies, there is nothing to lead with. It would be likje someone knocking on your door, trying to sell you something he doesn’t have, and can’t deliver. Fiat currency is the promise of money. The only way it survives is to sell people the idea that inflation is normal. Then, they will accept devaluation as a fact of life.
Just having the threat to supplies is enough. Lurking in the background is the potential for all this debt swap mess to come unraveled. After the documentary video I watched today, the currency markets are more fragile than we are told.
I saw the Occupy movement for what it was, from the beginning. My first question was as to whether or not they were taking legal action in petition of Redress of Grievances. Since there was no evidence of such actions, I wrote a blog post titled “Redress of Grievance, Or Voluntary Internment?” As it has proved out, people voluntarily assembled themselves in internment camps of their own making, and waited for the guards to come beat them.