Life or Debt

They are always quick to claim success. But, behind the mask of success always lurks vast cunning and conniving. These are the people who had at one time decided to fake it so they could make it, to find that they have to keep faking it otherwise they may never make it. Make it to where?

They are stuck in a system that preys on them. A system that taught them to borrow money to finance their dreams. Dreams the system promoted through propaganda and advertising. Change their death for debt. If they were willing to get into debt, then they could fake that they had made it. Made immoral. Uh, immortal. That is what they are looking for.

They flaunt ownership of the house, the cars, and their kid’s schooling. No matter, as it is easy to figure out that they do not own anything but debt. A huge debt to humanity and Nature, for taking more than their due share. These thieves have no share. Continue reading


Whose Shadow of What Economy?

Bank of England

European shadow economies are 22.1% of total economic activity or around $3.55 trillion (as large as Germany’s whole economy). A report by Tax Research, suggests that Austria and Luxemburg have the smallest shadow economies in the euro area at 9.7% of GDP, while Bulgaria at 35.3% and Romania at 32.6% top the list. Of the major economies, Germany clocks in at 16%, France at 15%, Italy at 27% and Spain 22.5%. Stunningly, in terms of tax revenues lost, the shadow economy translates into an estimated €864bn or just over 7% of euro area GDP and, in context, accounts for 105.8% of the [entire] healthcare spending of the EU. It appears that more and more Europeans have no choice but to shift to a shadow economy (as taxes rise among other things), and this is the biggest threat to the entire economy. This is likely one reason the ‘austerity’ actions have not been successful since far less taxes are being paid via the conventional channels. — Europe’s Shadow Economy, (May 6th 2013)

For some reason I could not make myself write about banks again. As it was the next topic in line, I continued to take time off until I could.  Continue reading

Oh What A Tangled Web They Weave… and Weave… and Weave

Wounded ManThe stories they teach us in public schools do not add up. Why are we only allowed to link those people to suffering? Why are we not allowed to link to the suffering of all people? What they did to their own had been unleashed on many other people before and after. Why would people who are in control over money and slaves, also dare cry victim? Once the thick layers of indoctrination have been pierced through, things will appear crystal clear. Shining bright.

Whenever a real victim speaks up, they stand ready with ridicule, blaming and shaming. If that does not help, they will bring up their self-inflicted victimhood. Real victims are left empty-handed, while they continue to fill their pockets. They cry victim in public, and laugh as they fill their pockets in secret. Continue reading

Who Put the Chains Back On?

ShamedLong Pay is what their System is. They do not want us to be able to pay them back. Know their lies. They can extort more money out of us when we cannot pay them what they demand. They do not care if they sell us worthless goods, or empty promises. All they want is for us to give them money for it, and preferably over a long period of time. It gives them more opportunities to change the rules and the game, to extract ever more money from us. Continue reading

The System Owns the Land, the House, and…

The debt scam is only one part of the money System. The debt System itself is also divided up into different scams. Part of the debt scam is the mortgage scam. The mortgage scam is bad enough without the sub-prime-loan scams. It all started with the fable that houses have inflated worth without the land that they are built on. Yet, it is the land that determines the price of the house. The house comes without the land, yet we pay tower-high mortgages. McDonalds may sell worthless burgers, but the land those burgers are sold on is what secures its future. Continue reading

Education on the Money System (2)

Nothing works without people believing in it. I grew up with money, television and movies, school and work, and food. And I believed all of it. Family and friends served as puppets to push the System on me from close-up. I had to accept money as the norm as my family and friends showed me that it was the only way to get what I wanted. Television showed me that what they were teaching me was the right thing to believe, and school provided the empty theories as the ultimate ‘proof’.

Work proved to be kindergarten for adult children. All the indoctrination was played out in sick ways. How does food fit in? Well, if I was not dumb enough to like the System, then I would just have to numb myself and look the Continue reading

Education on the Money System (1)

As I am still a money-slave, I do not mind to break free of the debt System through its collapse. However, the debt System is only one part – granted a very big part – of the money System. Therefor, I am not to look at a possible debt collapse only, but at the whole money System disappearing. This hope might have been fed as I learned that the banking psychopaths are planning for just that. They plan for a better enslavement or annihilation, whereas I need to plan for freedom from all their Systems.

As the trillionaire psychopaths are patient, I found it necessary to do some in-between-Systems homework. Instead of planning to get out of the money System at once – which I have failed to do so far – I decided to get Continue reading