Somehow the link I included in the original article had been changed to some kind of UFO crap. Here’s an updated version of the real movie.
It’s not hard to see how needless debt-based interest payments and the resulting economic desperation imposed on businesses forced them to resort to planned obsolescence long before they would have otherwise, in order to stay afloat. This is only one way in which our extremely toxic debt-based and fractional reserve money system results in massive amounts of environmental destruction and poverty. The monopolization of the money supply drives much of the monopolization of the rest of the economy.
EVERYONE these days has to rent or borrow things that they used to own. Farmers lease tractors, builders lease cranes, truck drivers lease trucks and increasingly families rent homes as wealth becomes more and more concentrated into fewer hands. This long predates the most recent bankster-staged “economic downturn”, and it demonstrates the genius of their modern, highly efficient, invisible and streamlined approach to enslavement, a form of slavery that would only be a utopian pipe dream to southern antebellum slave plantation owners.
The key to its invisibility is the rate at which it has occurred: slowly over decades, more and more of the lifeblood of this economy has drained into the coffers of banks, from which they make loans so that people can buy the necessities of life. This is an inevitable consequence of fractional reserve banking and debt-based money. But the impending downfall of this paradigm stems from its very success: it’s reached a point where its becoming impossible even for highly motivated and resourceful people to make a living and support a family. The satanists who control the central banks have long anticipated this and obviously prepared for it in numerous ways, not least of which is the imposition of chemical lobotomies on children via toxic vaccines. http://thoughtcrimeradio.net/2017/03/the-vaccine-discovery-that-destroyed-judy-mikovitzs-career/
As an interesting (to me anyway) aside, I would note that the rate of a filament’s heating up to operating temperature has a lot to do with the longevity of the filament. The small but inevitable variations in the thickness of the filament give rise to “hot-spots” when the bulb is turned on. The hot-spot’s resistance to current is an increasing function of its temperature ( https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Electrical_resistivity_and_conductivity#Temperature_dependence ) so that in the instant after turn-on a disproportionate amount of power dissipation occurs at such hot spots, which increases their rate of vaporization and narrowing , a positive feedback loop which causes the filament to eventually fail at its weakest link. This is why filament bulbs almost always burn out at the moment you flip the switch, that’s when the temperature and rate of vaporization at such hot spots is maximized, before the rest of the filament heats up and distributes the power dissipation more evenly. If you want them to last, you could attach them to a dimmer and raise their brightness gradually. Even one or two seconds between turn-on and full brightness would probably drastically increase their lifetime. Notice that these old-time bulbs reach their brightness gradually instead of instantly. I don’t know how much that accounts for the longevity of this particular bulb, but it’s something to keep in mind.