Monday, July 11, 2011

Ignorance Enables Corruption

‎"When you see that in order to produce, you need to obtain permission from men who produce nothing; when you see that money is flowing to those who deal not in goods, but in favors; when you see that men get rich more easily by graft than by work, and your laws no longer protect you against them, but protect them against you… you may know that your society is doomed.
–Ayn Rand, novelist & philosopher, author of Atlas Shrugged

Our society has passed the tipping point to where I believe Ayn Rand's statement 50 years ago has now come true.  I think the reason is not so much the reluctance for to look at history but really it's the belief that the history we've been told is actually correct. What's really eye opening for me is the perspective from which history has been written and why our govt continues to approve textbooks that indoctrinates new generations of tax paying citizens who fail to grasp the money power system they've been born into and won't ever be able to comprehend. 
As a kid growing up, I never understood why the price of movie tickets and my favorite candies would rise over time. If we were taught by our parents and through our school system the history of money, it would be very easy for us to understand why wars are fought, socialism fails, and ultimately who is responsible for it all. Those that control the money supply control nations and individuals alike. Debt is another form of slavery. Here in the United States we are forced to accept our income paid in dollars and use dollars to pay debts private and public. But what ensures the value of that dollar will buy the same things tomorrow that it did today when more can be printed at will reducing the value of each dollar we earn? 
Our monetary system is corrupt. Where we need to start is by taking back the power of our money supply from the Federal Reserve (which is run by unelected central bankers) while also teaching people how to set up their own financial systems on an individual level so they never have to rely on banks again. We have to do this as country, too, which for anyone who reads the Constitution will know it's why the founding fathers gave Congress the ability to create it's own debt free money. 
The sad thing is that the bankers are always fighting to have control over our money and ultimately, that's exactly what happened in 1913 with the passing of the Federal Reserve Act. We gave the power to control our money supply and set interest rates to the bankers. Is it any wonder what happens when bankers acquire the ability to control nations and individuals through debt? These international bankers rule unseen because they belong to no party or nation. They cannot be removed or wiped out because they were never elected in the first place but we should know how they operate so we can better identify a wolf in sheep's clothing in order to keep them out of government and from controlling everything once again. 
Schools should teach math, science, music/arts/literature, and most importantly, in order to keep a check on tyranny, we should be taught the history of money. It's the only historical perspective that really matters. The information is out there but people need to learn to think for themselves and stop following political leaders who are taught the exact the same things we learned in schools and from our parents. We have the blind leading the blind...and the bankers keep on winning unbeknownst to most everyone who fails to understand the history of money.
For more more information on what you can do to raise your awareness and how to protect yourself and your families wealth, visit or call 855-254-5433 and ask to speak to John Montoya. 

For an additional article on the US Dollar and inflation, read what John Williams has to say.  Click here.

Final note, it should be added that the title of this blog post comes from Steve Roeder, host of radio show Innovators Radio.  I've heard him say it countless times.  If you aren't connected to him on Facebook, do so.  And if you aren't connected to me on Facebook, connect with my JLM Wealth Strategies page as well...

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