Extinction? or . . .
In a mad, finance-fixated world, let's get one thing straight right at the outset – Finance is a fiction anyway. It is a con and has never been anything else. Or didn't you know that?
The delusion and its misuse started five thousand-odd years ago, when a few found that suckers would believe that a bit of metal imprinted with a head had more value than a bit of metal without a head. They would even believe that the person whose head was depicted was more important than the rest, and was yea even a god if you, the elect, told them so sincerely enough. – But just hang on to the fact that it was all fiction.
The public, prototype 'dumb stupid animals', we may suppose – logically – would then accept that the money you had to pay the self-elect for giving you 'yea, even a god', was impure because of said graven head, and that you therefore – logically – had to pay your taxes with coins that only they had as they made them, and which they would sell you for a small additional consideration, which they called their 'interest', which fact is indeed interesting when you see what this stupid notion has become.
Having to work to earn headed coins in order to buy headless coins to pay for the notional god and those who so-richly reaped for being in charge of the existence of said god, all this kept you from thinking at all deeply about the scam and those who operated it, of course, as was intended – still is.
Political systems devised to keep one half of the population at the throats of the other half also tended to distract attention from what those-who-manipulate-rather-than-work were doing, and the establishment of leaders both civil and godlike-royal as a thing necessary to breathing made sure that there was always an individual to bribe and coerce rather than trying to chivvy whole populations round to your way of thinking that everything in the world belonged to you and the sole reason for anyone's existence was to make sure you got it. – But it was still fiction, remember.
From bad, the direness of the situation was put on greased wheels a couple of centuries ago with the advent of the Rothschilds, who bribed* to excess by means of a simple trick – playing the diff – that meant that the bribe cost them not one red cent. The result was that a hundred years ago they were said to have half the money in the world, which was probably true. That within ten more years they had almost all the rest was probably also true, but the value of discretion had become appreciated, so the fact became hush-hush, unimportant and irrelevant to everyone else working themselves into the grave in the interest of the Rothschilds and their friends.
Their friends will of course deny it and say that the family lost most of what they had during the war, but if you believe them then that explains why you will even yet also believe that bits of printed paper and metal have value over and above just paper and metal and will continue giving them and theirs your all. – But it is still all fiction – remember? - Don't let it go.
So now all this fiction is in their tax-free Trusts, being used to screw all the benefit out of the planet in their favour. And all the unnecessary work to enable and commit this lunacy in their favour involves the unnecessary profligate use of energy, and it is this which is overheating the planet.
Whether all this fiction stored away in their tax-free trusts will survive the oncoming financial implosion remains to be seen. But ask yourself whether it wouldn't be saner after all these millennia of madness to simply abolish the fiction altogether? – Can't be done? – Who said that? If it was you, your name must be Rothschild and you should be ashamed of yourself.
Look, this is easy – even democratic. We just elect representatives independent of the present corrupt systems, who will vote yes or no on their consciences for any proposal, dismantle the existing political nonsense and abolish money, which will end the money-bag folks siphoning the planet into their pockets. The reps. can be replaced at the drop of a hat if out of step with the best requirements of those they represent, and the reward for their corruption is terminal for both corruptors and corruptees, got that? – And then . . .?
Well, the world will continue as it is now, but you will work less and less as the unnecessary work and crime and such fall away, the excess use of energy will stop overheating the planet, and we will be left with only the essentials of production and distribution to supply need – Easy – which will take each of us about three months per year.
The rest of the time? – Just enjoy living, and make sure that the same madness never raises its ugly head again.
Look, you are going to have to think of something, else a world designed to function only with the grease of money is going to be hell on earth when the financial implosion eliminates that grease, right? – And are you so enamoured of cannibalism and of the Rothschild thieving rogues that you will permit hell on earth rather than stop them in their lying hanky-panky?
I have told you all this before, I know, but you didn't listen then. However, with the present onset of the housing collapse and deliberate bankruptcy of America and consequent instability of the banks heralding the disintegration of the entire financial system worldwide, are you listening now?
In view of the fact that I'm not kidding you, you should listen, you know. You really should –
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