To Leave The Web: High Finance Has Revolutioned The Whole Lot
The present is a contradiction in outlook. One way you slice it, more scientists and engineers are alive today than ever before. Many think this is a good sign for humanity’s future. The other way you slice it, meridian corruption of money and politics makes things seem grim – so much so that one can easily imagine how this corruption bleeds over into science and technology. In his latest issue, Jeff Berwick of The Dollar Vigilante cites Bob Hoye, who recently stated:
“Ninety percent of all central bankers who have
ever lived are alive today. Daunting isn’t it? It
gets worse. Ninety-five percent of all the reckless
central bankers in history are alive today.”
And, since money is the lifeblood of civilization, one could bet that today the recklessness has bled into the hearts of our scientists and engineers. However, Hoye’s quote above eclipses full understanding of the imprints banks have left on society. Yes, central bankers are destructive, but are they as destructive as ever? Who is to say, for example, that the banks which financed the communist experience in the Soviet Union, Hitler in Nazi Germany were less reckless?
The whispered hints of propaganda wrapped in fictions and news and trends can lead a people to act out a play conjured by a ruling oligarchy set on exacting totalitarianism. The totalitarianism is cross-discipline, and scientists and engineers play their specialized role towards bringing it in, oft unknowingly.
Bank policies have led us into a bizarre wonderland of anti-fiat consuming anti-fiat so as to keep the illusion – not just the economy, but the culture overall- alive. It’s a ghostly and hallowed road through increasingly dense and stormy finance, and every individual and industry gets caught in the web, thus unifying all economies, industries, small and big business, and governments.
All institutions nudged by high finance cannot reorient man towards a better society when they are dependent on the way things are. We must learn the ways of the Assassin Bug, who uses the spider’s own web against it, and use the bank’s “web of “debt” against them. As demonstrated here: