Conspiracies and conspiracy theories are not for everyone. Not every mind can connive one therefore, not every mind can see a conspiracy where there is one. There are plenty conspiracy theories that have been produced but many are by non-conniving minds therefore such theories are pretty much worthless. Since by definition a conspiracy is an illegal act we can compare them with thieves; there are lousy thieves that get caught and there are smart thieves that get away with it. If you were to look for the definition of “conspiracy” it in no way states, that it is something bad or unnecessary. It merely states that it is something agreed or concerted by two or more individuals that is not considered legal; it doesn’t say that it is not plausible or that it may be immoral.
The point here is not to open or elaborate on any conspiracy theory but to have a clear and open mind on how things really work. Take for instance both father and son Presidents Bush. There should be no question on their patriotism, love of our country and that they wanted the best for it. The question is; what is the best for our country and who decides it? It has become more and more obvious that Presidents are not the coaches but instead the quarter backs. They are the actors and not the play writers. George W. Bush was as much of a disappointment to his constituency as Barack Obama is going to be to his for their job is to read the script and act as if they are really in charge. No elected government official can fully satisfy the will of the people simply because it is not on the script. As I mentioned in my previous article it is all make believe and if you haven’t watched “The Matrix” do so. Are you a Matrix cocoon or do you want to live in the real world?
Of course, there are many that would argue that a Shadow Government does not exist in our country. OK, what about a Shadow Banking System that has deliberately bankrupted a world that is pointing fingers at the U.S. If you can believe such does exist then who do you think created it? If you are still skeptical visit this link. It is not likely possible that a total Democracy really works. No country could sustain a continuous barrage of policy change coming front frequently changed leaders. There would be no coherence to long term policies and the consequences would be chaos and self-destruction. An example is the Federal Reserve of which our elected leaders have no control; if they did, we probably would have bankrupted our nation long before now. Apply such to your personal life. Take a family of four and establish a system in which everyone takes charge for a year on a rotating basis. That one person would make all of the decisions and be given the ability to undo what the previous person did. Such would cause fiscal chaos and it would be impossible to do any long term planning. Our government is no different. Read our nation’s history and you will be surprised of the remarks many of our previous presidents have made. They have complained of not having control or completely losing it to “Big Money” interests. The (worth watching) farewell speech of President and General Dwight D. Eisenhower warns us of such dangers and he points out the necessity for the people to remain vigilant. The Civil War is a good example of how special interest has moved our policies. To this day, anyone who still believes the misleading romanticism and the concept that the Civil War was about freeing the slaves and not about economics, is definitely entrapped in the cocoon.
Our big change in international policy came in 1897, prior to then we had an isolationist policy. The braking away from the old policy was presented with the title of “The Large Policy”. Have you recently heard any of our public officials say “don’t let a crisis go to waste”? Well, that idea was not invented by Ram Emmanuel. On February 15th 1898 the U.S. Navy battleship Maine exploded in the Havana harbor. Spain was quickly blamed of sinking the ship although decades later, it was concluded that the magazine compartment had accidentally exploded. Nevertheless, that was the pretext to begin our policy of world interference and expansionism. War was declared with Spain and as a result, Cuba quickly ended the revolutionary war and gained independence. Puerto Rico became a commonwealth state and we became involved in a long and costly war in the Philippines where many resisted our intentions to control the country. By today’s standards, it would have been as bad as Viet Nam but no one ever talks about it.
Need more proof? Go back to 1963; John F. Kennedy was young and naive. He actually thought that as president he had absolute powers and failed to understand that his presidential powers were restricted. He could have learned from the 1970’s Dirty Harry punch line “A man must know his limitations”. Kennedy made several majors errors that put him on a head on collision path with the shadow government. Probably his biggest mistake was to think that he could strip the Federal Reserve from its power, how little he understood the power that laid behind it and that he was stepping into a mine field. Second major mistake he embarrassed the CIA twice with the failed Cuba Bay of Pigs invasion and with the missile crisis. Third, he declared war on the Mafia, a well deserved war, but as we can see, they later provided the cleanup man when Jack Ruby killed Lee Harvey Oswald with a lone shot, something that has also been questioned. Oswald’s death prevented a public trial and an open in depth investigation of the events leading to Kennedy’s shooting. Last straw was drawn when Kennedy refused an escalation in the Viet Nam conflict and ordered an initial withdrawal of troops (Eisenhower comments on the Military Industrial Complex). One week later, he was assassinated.
To no avail, several people made an effort to prove that Kennedy had been victim of a conspiracy. Much was written on this and two major movies have been filmed on the subject “JFK” and my favorite “Executive Action”. The latest is a 1973 movie that contains actual footing of Kennedy’s shooting and put the blame on the shadow government (it can be purchased thru Amazon.com). Experts agreed that Lee Harvey Oswald could not have fired all of the shots. During his brief detention prior to his assassination, Oswald denied to have had any involvement in Kennedy’s assassination and claimed to have been a patsy. Watch this video and you decide. As murder investigations always look for motives, based on current events at the time, they should have looked at who may have had real motives. To the amazement of many, the Warren Commission came to the conclusion that Lee Harvey Oswald was the lone assassin of John F. Kennedy. Without a trial, the Warren Commission became Oswald’s judge, jury, prosecution and defense. With certainty we can also conclude that they would have been the executioner had he not already been executed. Within days after Kennedy’s death, Lyndon Johnson ordered the escalation of the Viet Nam conflict and Kennedy’s plans for the Federal Reserve were scrapped. If one chooses to do research on this, it quickly becomes one theory of a cover up on top of another. A coup d’état in the U.S. unthinkable? Think again, in 1976, the United States House Select Committee on Assassinations was established to investigate the Kennedy assassination. In 1979, sixteen years after the fact they came to the conclusion that John F. Kennedy was in fact assassinated as part of a conspiracy. However, they ruled out involvement by The Soviet Union, Cuba, anti-Castro elements, organized crime, the CIA, the FBI, and the Secret Service. From this, try to conclude who else was powerful enough and had a motive. If you still don’t see it go back two paragraphs above and re-read it. The purpose of these comments is not to reinforce any theory but to encourage rational thinking to help form a conclusion at a time in which there is so much mistrust of our governing officials. Is there a shadow government? As the saying goes “where there is smoke, there is fire”.
In our world, it is of vital importance to have enough understanding in order to make an accurate assessment on what is real and what is not. As it is presented to us, does our government, democracy, freedom, capitalism, information, education and a number of other factors that shape our views on life are really real or do we live in an illusionary world of misinformation and deceit inside a cocoon?
Having brought some light on how our government really operates lets go to the economy. Take today’s financial mess and see that the people who created it are the ones in charge of fixing the problems. Tim Geithner, Chris Dodd, Barney Frank. For whom do these guys really work? If we were going to judge their performance base on events that brought us the current economic crisis or in the way they are handling a solution they would all be fired. Some of our citizens who have and will lose everything probably would prefer execution. The reason they are still there and will remain for now is because things are working according to the bigger plan. There is no solution to the current economic mess but only a closure and then a new beginning. A well calculated plan with decades on the making is unfolding.
The world’s wealthy, elitists, Rothschild’s, Bilderberger’s, Illuminati’s, or any other group or terms that exists have a plan and an agenda, if you are not an insider then you have no idea of what it is, what motivates them or in what direction they intent to take the world. The only comfort that we can find on this is that our country carries the lead and has the shrewdest economic policies in the entire world from which we have benefited since World War II ended. Technological advances and consumerism have given us of economic good and plenty. Most nations in the world have benefited from it. Unfortunately most good things come to an end and now we are about to enter the threshold of a new and unknown tomorrow, unless of course you are an insider.
Are you worried about passing on the debt to future generations? It is all non-sense talk. Our International debt is being systematically wiped out with the printing of trillions of dollars.
Since the early 70’s there have been complaints about our economy being destroyed by oil producing countries with billions of dollar going out and making them rich. The reality is that it didn’t exactly work that way. Those countries became wealthy and build their economies based on the high price of oil. They were suckered into a trap. If the price of oil remains at today’s prices for an extended period of time, we will see their economies collapse. The whole world used Petro Dollar to buy oil which is actually our currency. While things were good they were told that in order for us to buy their oil they needed to buy our Bonds, planes, cars, real estate, fighter jets, etc… Some of them probably stuffed up their mattresses with U.S. currency. What happens now as we print trillions of U.S. dollars? The simple answer is that when they come to cash in their bonds, the money that we will give them is going to be virtually worth nothing. The real estate that they purchased will only be a fraction of their investment or will be multi-billion dollar bankrupt office buildings, and what they stuffed in their mattresses will only be good to feed their starving goats and camels. So if you take all of this into account that $100 that we paid for a barrel of oil it may not even amount to $10.
Countries like China will face a similar fate. They were told yes we will buy your products for a fraction of what it would cost us to produce them. In return you must buy our bonds and invest in our country. As our economy turns sour and we stop purchasing from them, we not only put a tremendous strain in their economy but also will bring about social unrest due to millions of their citizens losing jobs. They need us to begin purchasing again. As in the case of the oil producing countries when they demand payment on the Bonds we will crank the printing press and give them worthless paper that no one else will take off their hands. This will be repeated with every country that we owe money. So as we rid of our debt, we will restore our economic prosperity and then continue to buy from the world to re-ignite their economies.
From now on unless specified when “our government” is mentioned it will imply both the elected and the shadow for they are one, when referring to the elected government it will specifically say so. When you hear our government speaking of a new world currency do not panic, for understanding how we operate sends a clear vision that if it wasn’t in our best interest we would not agree. We will remain the leaders and bullies of the world for decades to come. After discrediting our currency to rid of our debt at the expense of the rest of the world and causing them tremendous losses, it would be naive to think that they would be foolish enough to want our dollars back. You can rest assure that there already is another plan.
I will finish with this paragraph and will continue in the next article with what I hope will be an optimistic view of the future in the midst of the catastrophe we are about to enter. It is going to be interesting on how our government plans to handle our domestic debt with programs such as Social Security, Medicare and Military Pensions that are not funded. That debt is tens of trillions and it is going to be hard to tell the millions of people that contributed all of their lives that they now will only receive a fraction of what they put into it. Social Security will need to be funded or it will cause a revolt. Medicare and Medicaid will probably be replaced with the much spoken National Health Care that is now in its early stages. As far as private pensions and 401k’s they will probably say, “Oops we are sorry, you shouldn’t have gambled your money” or “we will recover” but such will anger a lot of people for many do not have another ten or twenty years to wait for such.
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