Mad World by Gary Jules

Saturday, March 13, 2010

Critique of the Financial Elites plan for NWO

The plan concocted for the world by a few turds floating at the top is becoming clearer. I now understand their plan a little better and I've been comparing it to my own world view. I have found that I agree with them about a few things. This world has a human problem, there is WAY too many of us here all at once. The zealous consumption of a material lifestyle is depleting the world of resources. Like guppies in a fish bowl or active yeast fermenting wine we can only multiply and expand to fill our limited space and supplies. Machines and fossil fuel has allowed humans to populate way beyond the natural solar holding capacity of the earth. I've understood that for years. So while I do agree that the population needs a drastic reduction I think it's possible through education and voluntary reduction. I think if people are told the truth they will come to the logical conclusion.

What I don't agree with is how the shadow elite run an ongoing campaign of lies and distraction. Real leaders stand in the light and include the population in coming up with solutions. The world banksters have a long history of acting in their own self interest. They have done nothing that would make me believe that they now intend to do anything in the interest of the species. Years of crimes perpetrated against humanity for their own selfish gain show the international financiers for what they really are. Given their track record I expect the depopulation of the world will be pretty sinister.

If I were to try to think like them (which may be hard since I feel empathy towards other humans beings) I would say that they want to exterminate a number of us. After years of robbery and privileged living at the expense of everyone else they feel as though the world belongs to them. We are burning up THEIR limited supplies of oil, fresh water, fish, steel, etc... in order to live out our lives, eat, and reproduce. We've become a problem because of our exponential growth. I would like to point out that they not only facilitated that growth but encouraged it during the capitalist years. Because they constantly lie to us through their media investments, it really is all their fault. We've been purposely kept stupid so that we don't figure out what they're doing. The power elite know what they do is wrong, that is what they stay in the shadows.

So,to summarize I have come to the conclusion that they are sad ugly creatures that have no soul. You could easily consider them less than human since they've cut all ties to what it feels like to be human.

Now that I've bad mouthed them really good. Let's do it a little bit more. The planned police state world is sad and horrifying. Checkpoints, radio tracking, and biometric ID have no place in the happy free world of my imagination. We are headed toward a sick perversion of the life experience. When one looks to the future through the lens that is being handed to us, anarchy looks a lot better. We can only hope that when the puppet masters perpetrate the next false flag attack that it fails to bring about the intended result. Hopefully people begin to see through the lies and condemn the real criminals. I hope that there are some good guys in the FBI, I've heard of the Oath Keepers. We need allies to go after these high criminals in the government and international finance. They need to be brought to justice for their crimes against humanity.

Power To The People!

Faber and Mish: We're Doomed and Washington Can't Do Anything About It. (Government has sold us out to the banks. Time to become friends with Iceland.)

First Iceland, then the World The people of Iceland aren't letting the banksters push them around. That's how the United States of America got started, remember?

Story on Mystery Substance Distracts from Fact Fluoride is a Deadly Killer

The Video That Will Put Geithner Behind Bars

Texas removes Thomas Jefferson From Textbooks The Texas board of Education decided to drop Jefferson from a world history section devoted to great political thinkers...HAHAHAHA!

Quotes of the Day:

A Bill of Rights is what the people are entitled to against every government, and what no just government should refuse, or rest on inference.

~ Thomas Jefferson

A wise and frugal government, which shall leave men free to regulate their own pursuits of industry and improvement, and shall not take from the mouth of labor the bread it has earned - this is the sum of good government.

~ Thomas Jefferson

Books constitute capital. A library book lasts as long as a house, for hundreds of years. It is not, then, an article of mere consumption but fairly of capital, and often in the case of professional men, setting out in life, it is their only capital.

~ Thomas Jefferson (one of the most devoted statesman this country has every known)

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