There are many secret societies and elite think-tanks who are accused of having primary control of the world. There are many families who are accused of the same. There are also three ideologies that are primarily mentioned when discussing the shadow power structure, namely the Zionists, the Jesuits and the Khazarian Mafia.
Yet regardless of where our personal research leads in terms of who the so-called elite are, it’s unlikely that we’re ever going to expose the individuals behind the curtain. Seriously, we could argue all day about who is really in control – and each show evidence to support our claim – yet it doesn’t achieve what we actually need to do.
That doesn’t mean that we ignore the amounting evidence of who is who, but the fact remains that the monetary system and the banking institutions, as well as politics in general, are primarily controlled by this oligarchical power structure. And because they control how money is ‘created’ in society, they also secretly govern the way in which society is organised.
What matters is that we band together and say NO to this system of control and begin to retake our money supply so that we can collectively design the way in which we move forward into our future, both economically and socially. For a simple but confronting video that demonstrates how the money supply is controlled in the US (as well as most of the world), watch the short documentary below by Mike Maloney called ‘The Biggest Scam In The History Of Mankind – Who Owns The Federal Reserve?’:
As eloquently evidenced by the above video, the 99.9% are enslaved economically. In this or another form, it has been the case for most of our recorded history. Some people also convincingly argue that money itself is a form of enslavement.
In any case, with the rise of the uniting global culture (fueled by the instantaneous sharing of information via the world-wide web), we now have a genuine shot at ending our economic enslavement by taking back the innate rights we share to be sovereign beings within sovereign communities.
The reality is however, the governments of the world have not yet taken this monetary control system seriously and are therefore conduits for this agenda. They should of course be employees of the people to ensure that their true needs are met, but this has simply not occurred. The ironic aspect is that most political, military and police personnel, as well as academics and other influential figures, just don’t understand that they themselves are outright facilitating the expansion of this cancerous system.
The way it unfolds for humanity really is up to the people, not their so-called controllers. Why? Because our actions inevitably determine our destiny.
Let’s not forget that the capitalist model has inherent contradictions that no matter how hard we attempt to flush out inequality in opportunity and the consolidation of power, as well as install the tenets of free market ideology, we still operate within an economy of scarcity which naturally manifests the monopolisation of resources. This means that tools to survive are for sale, which isn’t exactly an ethical approach towards humanity’s future.
So, what do we do about all this mess in the long term? The question naturally becomes: if not an economy of scarcity, then what? The simplest answer is of course an economy of abundance.
This means that currency and money is completely removed and all the materials humanity needs to survive are provided for free. This is really only possible by the automation of jobs by computers, robotics and advanced machinery, but we’re quickly heading in that direction anyway. If individuals want to then thrive, it will be a personal decision, where the opportunity to do so is easily accessible.
There are several different models which have been designed to achieve this, which are best summarised as resource-based economies. The three main angles on this idea are heralded by Michael Tellinger (the Ubuntu Movement), Peter Joseph (Zeitgeist) and Jacque Fresco (The Venus Project). However, Michael Tellinger’s approach is the only one with a political arm and is contesting the Municipal elections in South Africa in 2016.
Therefore, the idea of a resource-based economy does have a chance of becoming a reality in the short-term future, something that is beyond the imagination of most people. Whether or not he is successful, it’s important that we all at least have a basic awareness of what this concept represents. In the following video interview Michael elaborates on the Ubuntu philosophy and how he aims to translate it into practice:
Have you ever considered any of the above information? If not, then its a reflection of how much you’re a product of social engineering. Essentially, you think what they want you to think.
It might be tough to hear, but do you want to become a truly independent thinker, or do you want to continue to have your head in the sand? Do you want to be a part of the solution to the woes of the world, or do you want to continue to be part of the problem?
The choice is yours, so choose wisely. Of course the information herein is not designed to dictate your own beliefs, but it is designed to encourage you to question all that you think you know, as well as explore concepts that you’ve never before considered.
Ultimately, we are in control of our own future. Because the masses are deeply embedded into the programming of the oligarchs, it’s not looking good in the short term. But it’s not all despair; there continues to be an increasing number of individuals who are disengaging from the lullaby narratives and joining a faction of society who continues to mobilise to take back our self-determination.
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