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Federal Reserve Moral Hazard

While the health crisis is improving and “ongoing vaccinations offer hope for a return to more normal conditions later this year,” Powell said, “the path of the economy continues to depend significantly on the course of the virus and the measures taken to control its spread.” Our current Money Power Chairman testified to the Senate today.

These words are innocuous taken at face value. I tend to be one that is always looking for a mask when it comes to the face of the Money Power. In this case, a chill runs down my spine at what is masked. In no small part this chill is enhanced by the fact that the Weimar Republic is being mentioned in far right monetary newsletters again. https://www.zerohedge.com/markets/bofa-hints-weimar-20-could-be-coming In light of the mid-century monetary military madness this Republic symbolizes and unleashed, the words, “The measures taken to control its spread,” take me to the darkest measures mankind is capable of. The virus induced social control measures will dictate the state of the economy says the man at the controls. Make no mistake Covid-19 is fulfilling the economic role of war, regardless if it is nature or mankind induced.

War economically reconfigures. Covid-19 has often been referred to as the great reset. https://www.weforum.org/great-reset/ We live in a fractal reality, our economy is a confidence game. Confidence is going to dictate how we act. And if we the people of the United States are going to have any hope of hanging onto the United States of America as intended by our founders we need to stay out of debt, bank in local community banks or credit unions and buy local, support small businesses. Corporations and “too big to fail banks” are parasites Thomas Jefferson and Alexander Hamilton clashed over this reality. Hamilton called Jefferson’s “people” a beast that needed to be harnessed. Early last century this harness was re-coined as a “cross of gold.” Fiat money will flow in the coming year, it is up to us to direct it into the directions we want to see thrive in our communities. Money is our magic wand, invest wisely. If we do we can control the “popsicle index” of our lives. https://home.solari.com/the-popsicle-index/

Pay Attention freethinkers. As above, so below.

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Chinese refusing to consume.

Chinese Wisdom

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The Bloomburg Businessweek article, “The Chinese Can’t Kick their Savings Habit,” that I happened to read today strikes me as the hubris of Capitalism in full glory. This article derides the insecurity of the Chinese people who distrust government policies.  Seems to me the Chinese people have the right of it. Consumption can be a disease, a Capitalist disease.  http://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2015-05-01/chinese-consumers-cling-to-saving-suppressing-spending

I love the reminder this is that the people rule.  Money is the people’s magic wand, our scepter. How we spend money, wave it around, shapes the world the way we want it to be!

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Depressing but True!

Uncanny use of Middle Eastern headgear on the Money Power's heads in this historical political cartoon. Some things never change, they just become even more entrenched.

Uncanny use of Middle Eastern headgear on the Money Power’s heads in this historical political cartoon. Some things never change, they just become even more entrenched.

Ellen Brown’s book, The Web of Debt, was first published around the same time as Choosing Honor. I have long admired her work to reveal the truth of the money power in the United States and the world. In an article published today, links below, she nails what the people of the world are up against if we are to gain personal sovereignty.  Kudos to Ellen Brown for yet again succinctly revealing the money power at work in the world today.   http://www.alternet.org/economy/its-depressing-true-bankers-run-show

It’s Depressing But True: The Bankers Run the Show

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