Wednesday, March 23, 2016

Silence in the Storm: Central Banks Are Desperate | Helicopter Money: Global Central Banks Consider Distributing Money Directly To The People



Great article... they really are VERY worried.   -AK


Wednesday, March 23, 2016

Central Banks Are Desperate | Helicopter Money: Global Central Banks Consider Distributing Money Directly To The People

Central banks are supposed to be the great economic watchdogs. They claim to slow down bubbles by increasing interest rates, and stimulate the economy by lowering them. But the alleged benevolence of these institutions is an illusion.

The true purpose of central banks is to drain energy and wealth out of the population they "service." Once a region has been sufficiently liquidated, then the central bankers can declare themselves landlords over the once free people, who have now become wage-slaves to ruling oligarchs.

The European Union it seems is about to transition into this form of modern feudalism, but to be sure, the whole planet is on the same course.

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Helicopter Money is a catchall term that refers to when a bank distributes money or stimulus directly into the hands of the people or corporations. There have already been several EU nations that have discussed distributing basic incomes to the population.
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On the surface, it sounds like a reasonable solution to the economic hardship suffered by billions. A basic income might actually be a viable option if it is handled properly. But that's the problem. Left in the hands of criminal banking institutions it wouldn't be. The term helicopter money implies that everyone would get a fair and equal share, but I suspect that wouldn't really be the case.

For example, if one group of people is working on sustainability projects that would eventually allow them to live independent of the central bank, would the bankers fund this sector of the population? No, they probably wouldn't.

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So while on the surface helicopter money, or a basic income for all, sounds like it could be a good thing for the average Joe, it will most likely further entrench the plutocratic meritocracy that has divided the masses for eons. This is, of course, the economic class system of our world today, one that seeks to pit brother against brother and mother against daughter. It's a grand game of musical chairs with the global elite always having a seat at the table and the average person becoming more dependent on the system.

But the bigger point is that when a nation or social group has becomes so hopelessly dependent on a central bank for economic growth — as most of the world's nations have become — then it indicates the global economy is in free fall. It is only a matter of time before the whole house of cards collapses and a new financial system will come in to take its place.

Now the question is, what will this financial system look like? I suspect the answer depends on humanity's participation.

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If we continue to do nothing, if we continue to let the global elite push their plans on to the unwitting masses — who are unable to make sound choices due to their ignorance — then the bankers will usher in more draconian policies, and a dark NWO is seemingly assured. Yet if those with key knowledge and understanding become active and share this with their fellows in the measure and form they are able to receive it, then when the economy finally collapses, the people will call for a truly honorable and fair system.

We are in a critical moment of change in history, and the future of life on this planet will be decided by those who are living right now. I for one don't want to wake up one day to find out I had the chance to make a difference and didn't. Future generations will look back and ask us what we did to make the world a better place, I would like to tell them I did everything I could.

The good news is as the economy continues to implode the sleeping masses will be more open to receiving the truth, we need only take the time to develop rapport so as to share it with them.



- Justin

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