Finance and Control

The Federal Reserve is an independent agency and that means basically that there is no other agency of government which can overrule actions that we take.
~ Alan Greenspan, former Chairman of the Federal Reserve

Let me control the issuance of money in a country and I care not who makes its laws.
~ Mayer Amschel Rothschild

 

The Federal Reserve issues our currency. No other governmental entity has any control over this monster bank. Thus, it is easy to conclude that maybe, just maybe, those in control of our money supply have an inordinate amount of control over our government as a whole. If one controls the government, one has a high degree of control over the people under its jurisdiction. Are we in conspiracy theory territory? Some will scoff and say yes; I would have just a few years ago. Now I am not so sure, for something is no longer just a theory when it is repeatedly demonstrated. No, at that point the conspiracy theory is an actual conspiracy.

Here come the requisite campaigners to tell us we do have control – we can vote the “bad guy” out of office. What if, dear reader, the bad guy in question was never elected? Whether you screamed Make America Great Again or I’m with her, the banking system remained the same – a despotic institution well above the law and well above the electoral process.

Henry Ford told us,

It is well enough that the people of the nation do not understand our banking and monetary system, for if they did, I believe there would be a revolution before tomorrow morning.

Short of a revolution, what can we do if voting is ineffective as many contend? We vote anyway. Imagine this – an outsider so anti-establishment who wins a landslide victory for a prominent, national office. This might strike fear in the hearts of our bankers and they might slip for just a precious second; at the least they would scramble to gain control of this individual. In that second they might drop the proverbial ball. Someone else might pick it up. That is one scenario.

Whether there is an ensuing scramble or not, there is more that We the People can do. I contend that the simplest and quite possibly the most profound thing we can do is NOTHING. That’s right, nothing. Not a damn thing. What if, one fateful day, we all simply did nothing? Yes, it’s a wild fantasy, but know this – despite this or that legal entity, no one controls you. No one controls any of us. Control is impossible without our consent. We can all get up one day and say NO. Don’t go to work. Don’t buy anything. Don’t even drive. What will our government do? And when those who work for our government also say no, we’ve already won. If only the YES men among us said NO, the victory would be absolute.

If it is your job to arrest folks for resisting the government or not paying they bills, do not do your job. If it is your job to garnish folks pay checks because they have loans, do not do your job. If it is your job to collect taxes, do not do your job. If it is your job to evict families, do not do your job. If we all screamed NO by quietly doing nothing, there wouldn’t be a damn thing anyone could do about it. On that fine day, the suits inside the Federal Reserve will sit there idly twirling their pens, smugly calling on this or that agency to enact law and order – but no one will answer.

 

Rachel Summers