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25 September, 2011 / Karl Maier

How to Save the World Economy in Six Steps

There are six keys to a wealth creation societies.

1. Competition
2. Scientific Revolution
3. Property Rights
4. Modern Medicine
5. Consumer Society
6. Work Ethic

Historian Niall Ferguson explains how the west is losing its dominance:

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  1. abandonculture / Sep 25 2011 9:23 am

    Very confidently presented talk.

    However, it fails to point out that money (I think Mr Ferguson inaccurately refers to it as ‘wealth’) as we think of it today in the ‘west’ is purely fictitious. Money is closer to an etherial transaction of power – a magical spell! – than it is to actual wealth. Like with any magic, it is our *belief* in its magical properties, in its power to bring us things of real value (gold, food, property etc) that gives money its worth. When that belief is gone (or diminished) the money is worth less (or perhaps even nothing at all!). This has happened man times throughout history. I believe the current average life expectancy for a fiat currency stands at 27 years.

    Privately owned banks do not lend us – or indeed our governments! – real wealth when they lend us money (such as a bank loan). Instead they conjure up ‘money’ out of thin air. They cast a magic spell that simply adds some more numbers into our (again fictitious) ‘bank account’. This illusion is so compelling we can go out and buy a new car based on everyone’s belief in its realness! 🙂

    But wait…. we must eventually pay this illusion back with illusion in kind – plus interest! But the interest was never created by anyone. So where do we get it? The answer is that we must steal it from the general money supply in circulation (all of which was also created through debt creation).

    This means there will never (and can never) be enough money for everyone to pay back all the debts plus interest. It is literally a game of musical chairs, a pyramid scheme. As people inevitably default the bank seizes their tangible assets (the only thing in this world of any REAL value).

    Hence the end result is that banks end up owning everything of any actual worth (homes, land, natural resources, even whole nations). Their fake money system is literally a magic spell – a conjuring trick – used to suck all of the wealth (tangible assets and resources) out of the hands of the population.

    The fact that the banks can keep this illusion going does not make the ‘west’ (the general public) any more wealthy or successful (except for the bankers themselves, of course). After all, when the banks eventually crash their own fake economy by ‘making the music stops’ (ie by calling in more of their debts and refusing to issue as much credit), and when they then seize all the tangible assets, people will find out that in reality they own nothing, not even a house to live in or land to grow themselves food, and that they worked their entire lives for little more than the illusion of wealth, which was just a magic trick all along….

    Mr Ferguson also fails to point out that the western empires – particularly the British Empire – only ever retreated on the surface. It still left behind ‘agents’ to fill those wonderful new positions in the newly created ‘democracies’. Ask yourself why the majority of US presidents have been freemasons, skull and bones, bohemian grove, CFR members etc etc with many of them being closely related to the royal families (in essence one royal family) of Europe.

    ‘Anyone can become president!’ is no more true than ‘anyone can become king!’

    Everything is kept within the family, as it were. Covert rule under the guise of ‘democracy’ is far easier (and produces far more productive and happy tax cows) than overt rule of the old fashioned empire kind.

    Look at Libya. What was the first thing that happened after the ‘no fly zone’ was declared? The place was bombed to pieces, killing innocent civilians and destroying vital infrastructure. Then as the AlQaeda rebels were being rebranded ‘freedom fighters’, given legitimate status and sold arms to by the west, a new central bank was formed!

    This is how the empire operates in the 21st century. See also Iraq etc etc. These countries are about as ‘liberated’ as we in the west are ‘rich’.

    It’s all an illusion.

    The illusion is there because they still require our consent and our help to help them create their final global empire (AKA the NWO)

    Once we have created this NWO for them the illusion will be dispensed with and we will see the true nature of the global fascist/ communist technologically advanced police state control grid with world government and a world bank with a cashless society of total control with everyone microchipped, tracked, surveilled and drugged / imprisoned if necessary!

    …. Or perhaps they will keep the illusions going and we will still regard ourselves as free beings (like we do now!), kept safe from the terrorists and given the convenience of a cashless one world government controlling every aspect of our lives out of kindness… all to protect us!

    This is what Orwell and Huxley (who were great friends) used to argue about – would the future be more like 1984 or Brave New World?

    Huxley of course was a member of the elitist Fabian Society which is how he was privy to the future plans (and technology) to be implemented on the human race as far back as the 1930’s.

    The Fabian Society’s emblem is a wolf in sheep’s clothing… this describes the elite’s methodology perfectly!

    As well as writing (warnings disguised as) fiction, Huxley also warned people of what was to come in non fiction works as well as the public talks and lectures he gave.

    I would humbly suggest that rather than listen to ‘cheery fools’ like Ferguson (or me!) waffle on and on, you listen to genuine experts like Huxley


    “There will be, in the next generation or so, a pharmacological method of making people love their servitude, and producing dictatorship without tears, so to speak, producing a kind of painless concentration camp for entire societies, so that people will in fact have their liberties taken away from them, but will rather enjoy it, because they will be distracted from any desire to rebel by propaganda or brainwashing, or brainwashing enhanced by pharmacological methods. And this seems to be the final revolution.”

    — Aldous Huxley, Tavistock Group, California Medical School, 1961

    For something a little more upbeat and contemporary, try this!!

    • Karl Maier / Sep 26 2011 7:53 am

      Fiat money is a fiction for sure. It is conjured up through a contract that is at best, paper and in many cases, nothing at all. Fiat money eventually falls to a value of zero. Good observation.

      You have lots of food for thought with a new world order and more links to follow and learn. I have much to learn and I will watch the video links to understand more about the future!

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