Dutch Bank Whistleblower Says ‘All Misery On Earth Is A Business’
I found this video this morning and to be honest, I found myself watching with a serious amount of intrigue.
“All misery on earth is a business,” states Dutch banking whistleblower, Ronald Bernard. He’s referring to the global banking system and portions of what many term, The Illuminati. When you control the entire global economy’s monetary units, you control the world and all of it’s resources. Not even water is a resource which humans can rely on as unexploited. I think we are all aware of that, however.
In essence, Bernard discusses how the global elite are able to direct world governments. This means controlling policies and agendas (think war directives). War is a profitable business.
The United States freely prints money in the same way a few children would print play money. The U.S. dollar is a fiat currency, meaning it is not backed by the gold standard. Any President who has suggested returning the dollar to the gold standard has been considered rogue. Donald Trump also mentioned this issue at CPAC.
Global cooperation, dealing with other countries, getting along with other countries is good, it’s very important. But there is no such thing as a global anthem, a global currency or a global flag. This is the United States of America that I’m representing.
One of the more interesting notes when it comes to the potential for these “banking elites” is the Gadhafi assasination. Gadhafi went from U.S. ally to global world enemy in a matter of only a few years. It was concluded that Gahdafi was suddenly a participant in an active genocide, which forced NATO’s involvement and eventually the United States. But many believe it was Libya’s desire to move the continent back to the gold standard.
If global elites exist, it is much to their benefit to have a fiat currency. This allows them to influence world economies at will.
I, like many of you, enjoy watching stocks I own rise. But it is difficult to not see the potential fantasy which exist in it all. Tech companies with “billion dollar valuations” created by “shareholders” simply doesn’t seem logical. The 2008 mortgage crash showed just how volatile inflated numbers can be.
Our system is designed to keep the common person in a state of perpetual debt. If you want to “beat” the system, you need to relieve yourself of debt. Debt makes you a slave to the elite.
And if the system does crash, make sure you can survive. Keep your bug out bag ready. Make sure you always have fuel. Look into food storage. Know how to survive.
The interesting part is I see a great deal of similarities between these elitis and pharmaceutical giants which “create disease” and in turn, prey on the sick and feeble. The business that is pharmaceutical is a business propped up by increasing ailments and sicknesses. The cures aren’t in the flow charts.
But the herd continues on in total compliance and subjugation.
Author: Jim Satney
PrepForThat’s Editor and lead writer for political, survival, and weather categories.
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