We live in an illusory world that pretends to be a democratic free market. In reality, our system is neither democratic nor free. We are held captive to the dark sorcery of central bankers and the all powerful Federal Reserve Bank of the United States.
Central banking is sorcery in its truest form. You are distracted by colour and movement while wealth disappears from wealth creators (manufacturers, primary producers and labourers) to magically appear on the books of Central Banks. The process is done through a series of economic levers including interest rate mechanisms and quantitative easing (literally printing money out of thin air) to consolidate wealth and power in the hands of a few.
These charlatans have convinced people that they act in good faith. In actual fact they only act in their own interests.
The monetary system that we use is a giant Ponzi scheme. Like all Ponzi schemes is reliant upon a constant supply of new money to keep the charade going. Who pays for this?
The everyday, honest working person who wants little more than to feed the kids, put a roof over their heads and enjoy their recreation time comfortably. That’s who. They are told that everyone must pull together for the common good. Belts must be tightened and that the land of milk and honey is just over the next hill. These people were once called the great unwashed and more latterly the basket of deplorables. They are considered sheep to be fleeced at least annually.
You can only pull the same scam so many times before even the simplest person sees the scam.
Max Keiser Nails It.
Max Keiser nails this in his usual acerbic style as he relates the Yellow Vests uprising in France to the growing gap between rich and poor.
The jig is just about up. A common enemy may be coming into view. The Central Bankers are starting to get nervous. Pain is coming. The question is will the bankers feel it? Or will they pull off their dark sorcery act one more time?
Sources : Max Keiser.com
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