There will always be people in all walks of life, including law enforcement, who are so beaten down, so unconscious and manipulated, so fearful of being vulnerable, so terrified of the unknown, that they will probably always follow orders. Perhaps the most penetrating but dangerous question one could ask them is “who stole your frenar band and why?” If they get around to looking up the term, it might get them wondering who they are and who they were born to be.
“Sunday will mark the start of the 100-day countdown to “Taxmageddon” – the date the largest tax hikes in the history of America will take effect. They will hit families and small businesses in three great waves on January 1, 2013 …”
And virtually all of it will go to wall street. Just remember, over 90% of calls to congress during the negotiations to “bail out” the thieves and gamblers were dead set against it. American’s aren’t stupid, we’ve just been beaten down and psyop’d to the point where we can’t even protect our children from the “authorities” in the so-called medical profession.
The first step in healing from an abusive situation is to acknowledge the abuse, who is doing it and why. To do that we must admit that our so-called leaders have abundantly demonstrated to us that they are unworthy of our trust. They do not represent us, they oppress us. We are not their property, we are not constrained by their carefully constructed web of deception and doubletalk. When they lie, even with the loudest megaphones, we can topple the edifice of their mental prison simply by saying no. We can be “irrational” enough to walk away from their game and be free.
We don’t need them.
“The Honduran National Congress is currently reviewing the law to geographically define the first four “Charter Cities” in the world, three sites along the Caribbean coast in Garifuna afro-indigenous territory, Trujillo, the Valle de Cuyamel and the Sico-Paulaya Valley, which includes Miskitu indigenous territory. One is proposed in the Gulf of Fonseca which would include the community of Sacate Grande.
“The Charter Cities initiative cedes city-sized sections of Honduras to corporations or foreign governments to govern autonomously, indefinitely. Investors can make their own laws, build their own police force, administer services and regulate their economy.
“On September 4, Michael Strong, representing the MKG Group, signed a memorandum of understanding in the Honduran Congress to establish the world’s first Charter City, a contract is surrounded by confusion and secrecy. Strong provided no information about the MKG Group, which has no web site or any other readily available public information.
MICHAEL STRONG, PARTI FRIEDMAN AND PETER THIEL MEET PAUL ROMER
“In blogs and international forums over the past year, a group of free market Libertarians have made clear their intention to channel their ideological vision into the blueprint outlined by New York University economist Paul Romer.
“Strong founded the Free Cities Institute [FCI] to promote charter cities, which in July 2011 co-sponsored with Guatemala’s Francisco Marroquin University [UFM] a forum in the Honduran Island of Roatan. Though the FCI web site has apparently been taken down, the UFM page on the event featured articles by Patri Friedman, grandson of Milton Friedman. Friedman and Peter Thiel, the billionaire founder of PayPal, founded the Seasteading Institute in 2008 and Michael Strong is on its Board of Directors.”
The privately controlled monetary system will devour the entire world if we keep supporting it. But we can eliminate the national “debt” overnight without overturning the economy, simply by forcing banks to do what most people think they already do. See monetary.org
A bit dated but good:
And silver of course. Bankers hate silver because it’s much more plentiful and cheap (and thus difficult to control) but still very functional as a medium of exchange. But the problem isn’t that the dollar is fiat money. Money is whatever people accept as payment for goods and services. In that sense gold is as fiat as a dollar bill, neither having any intrinsic value in industry or energy generation or whatever. The problem is that dollars represent public debt to concentrations of wealth. See monetary.org