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The following is the first of a series of articles I decided to write, after I was knee deep in research material. In simple terms, I became astonished, with the events that shaped how our lives have been limited. They are not written in the style of the novel. These indicate how significant are the events that have driven the majority of U.S. citizens into becoming pawns of the financial services industry. They also provide options on how we might escape them, and their influence.
I had begun to see the attitude, and then I began to see it broadly. If you change how you watch people speak to one another, you will begin to see it, as well. The attitude is ubiquitous among those displaying the symptoms. If you overhear a narcissist loudly pontificating on any subject, you should note that you're likely in the presence of someone infected.
There is a terrific bumper sticker about it. It states, "You can't fix Stuped." (My spell check is having a fit, and demands that I fix the spelling of stupid.) Stupidity is a combination of two personality traits. We all should forgive ignorance, because ignorance is a lack of access, and not intentional. But, if a narcissist is making a bombastic statement during a conversation, or worse, such as chastising someone else over their opinion, while their own is clearly incorrect, then you have stupidity. It is the intentional avoidance of the facts, while still being willing to be critical of the opinions contradictory to their own.
When I stumbled on to the bumper sticker, I thought my intended task of demonstrating the attitude would be too large to accomplish. It would, however, certainly explain everything. But, how in hell would one begin such a task?
Days later, I removed the last challenge off my list. I would use the crash of 2008 as an example. Very few outside the financial services industries failed to see 2008 coming. Even the FBI warned the industry of its inevitability. Whatever percentage in the financial services industries could have seen it coming, but were making enormous profits? They would be unmotivated to injure a system, so profitable to them.
It appears that there is an additional motivation to ignore it. I call it the Rah, Rah Attitude. Just like Fraternities, and Sororities, the type of people entering the financial services industries want to be regarded as eligible material for membership, into their club.
The thought that seems to drive them might go something like this. "If I am a good little boy, or girl, they will want me, and then I have a chance to be as rich, and powerful as they." None of them would admit to this type of disposition. They call it "Making Connections". To those in the management of the clubs they pursue, they are regarded as Useful Idiots.
The final component then appears, and this one explains how easily one of the other challenges is met. Once one of the good little boys, or girls is accepted into the flock, they display two forms of philosophy. The first is easy to comprehend. Its loyalty. The loyalty is, however, to the promise of income, and assets.
The second is key to how the system works. I suspect all of us have met someone with this attitude. Once accepted, and over a period of time, within the club, they begin to display a belief that not only have they earned their position, within the elite of the financial world, they were predisposed to having become an elite member. They had been born with a form of genetic endowment. Even if they had ever struggled to gain acceptance, they were never actually one of the little people.
Once they display this belief, they had truly become a member of the club, and would be trusted to carry on with upholding the most critical component.
The central banks, and especially their boards, have over time, become society's governing bodies. Due to their control over currency evaluation, and production, and because they are the exclusive source of credit to all sovereign nations, including democracies, they were to be considered the world's only true governing body.
Senates, Houses, Parliaments can vote, elect, recommend, even charge their members with contempt, but without funds approved by their members, no plans, or goals of any sovereign government would be implemented.
This, unfortunately, is the easy part, or more accurately, only the first stage. After this is accomplished, the club gets to play.
To give you a bit of research work, while, or during your reading of the next chapter, please look into who the club is. The members of the club all fall under one organizing body called the Bank For International Settlements, which is the world's central bank for central banks. I will start you out with Wikipedia. They have, unfortunately, re-written their description in recent years, and removed what was, at that time, some of the most informative references, and details. You have to enhance the research, with a Google search. Then, use the entries provided to dig even deeper. You can use a couple from the following paragraphs:
They have not permitted a United States citizen to be elected CEO, or Chairman, since the original board was established in May of 1930, by an intergovernmental agreement. Between 1933, and 1945 the BIS board of directors included two prominent Nazi Party officials.
Eventually, the BIS gained control over the United States Federal Reserve, and it became only one of the world's central banks, under the BIS.
The next chapter begins the assessment, and description of that system.
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