The stultification of an entire population lost and confused from the disorientation brought about from the existential blast-wave of debt reduction that appears later as debt expansion is a bit of a bother.
All the interesting stuff come out of disturbed minds. That just seems to be the way it turns out. It could be because those people find themselves with plenty of time to occupy themselves. Or is there some itch that can’t be scratched by normal human activity? I’m just a product trying to fit some modifications so I don’t turn into a lemon!
(Any continuity discrepancies can be attributed to the ‘Mandela Effect’ that has been interfering with my meteoric rise to Super-Stardom for some many years now. I used to think I was being targeted, at great expense to the secret services, for intense surveillance by hot air balloon for being an evil genius who cheats at sports by doping Dick Pound.).
I will continue this line of inquiry into iniquity when I feel a little more ego driven and have been repainted metallic blue.
Off to strum my banjo!
I’m back from my strumming the banjo and while I was strumming some thoughts came to mind. We are feeling the effects of being part of the completely manipulated economies controlled by banks, coordinated by Central banks who take orders from the Bank of International Settlements. (BIS). We’ve had our bubble in mining construction that was only made possible by the international capital flows initiated by the transnational banking system.
People have made the mistake of thinking that banking facilitates wealth creation when it’s an industry that probably produces the most toxic substance known to human kind. That being debt owed to, effectively a single entity, the banking system.
No one in government will talk openly about this because to do so would let the cat out the bag as to how the system works. Most of us will allow ourselves to be distracted by all the emotional ‘hot button’ issues rather than on the central problem of regaining control over how our economies operate and grow. If we had a vibrant economy that was inclusive rather than exclusive most of our societal issues would evaporate. We don’t train our own so much now but rather import from overseas. That’s just one example off the top of my head. It’s trendy to blame the unemployed but to be honest with you the system offers no prospect of a bright future for most. Plus they are not so stupid as to believe jobs for the low skilled are enjoyable. Not like being employed in a politicians office. Not too many of those jobs running around for the unemployed.
Or underemployed who are being reduced in living standards while staying off the statistics that people pay attention to. We have armies of spin doctors telling us that the economy is in a transition. What a shallow and obvious observation that tells us nothing about how we are to survive this transition. Transition into what? Unless we open the flood-gates to overseas home buyers we wont get the boost in domestic construction.
In my mind I have drawn the conclusion that all our options look bad unless the banking system can do a system wide reset on debt. If not they have us completely at their mercy.
What would Jesus do?
However, I’m watching some videos that are completely flying in the face of Catholicism and we would all be wise to remember the Inquisition and recognize that the Catholic church was responsible for that.