A crash course in the system that binds us — upon which wage slavery and economic crises exist — introducing Jake Towne’s 15-article series.
Without knowing that master and knowing that master to be my enemy, my anger was oft misdirected.
In my third year of college (late 2003), I was very conscious of the coming presidential elections in America. At the time, I was much more of a consequential (and extremely) vulgar-libertarian, than the deontological voluntaryist I am now. Neither party spoke to the Randroid inside that dominated me at that time, but I decided to look into the topics of discussion.
One topic of discussion was the beginning of the housing bubble. Late into Pres. Clinton’s term, there were talks of a looming recession. At that point in 2003, that talk was gone. The country was recovering quite well after 9/11, relative to the forecasts that preceded that gruesome day and when the buildings fell, the meme was that the sky had fallen with them.
How was it that our economy was beginning an upswing after all this talk of doom-and-gloom?
My assumption was that the national debt (which I knew nothing about) was falling. That makes sense, right? Economy’s getting better, so our debt must be falling.
The debt was rising at a pace I hadn’t seen anywhere else on these graphs.
Another thing was strange to me about these graphs: every time the economy went into a recession through the 20th century, the recovery coincided with enormous upswings in the debt.
I wondered what this debt was. My thought was always that this debt was to foreign countries, but weren’t we the richest in the world? How could we owe everyone else?
I dug deeper down the rabbit hole and discovered that this debt was to a bank.
I called my uncle, who has a very high position with a mid-sized multinational banking cartel (that I won’t reveal), at work one afternoon and asked him, “What is the Federal Reserve?”
What he told me changed my life.
This 15-article series by Jake Towne will hopefully illuminate you to understand that where you already know that something is very, very wrong with our world, that what is wrong is a web of masters enslaving you. Resistance to these masters isn’t a tough task. It’s actually easier than voting.
The struggle is that these masters puppeteer those who manufacture consent for the status quo. When the people sniff out that something is very, very wrong, the questions and anger are misdirected from them to make you believe that what is necessary to change the status quo is to elect another one of their puppets.
These masters are always in the top ten contributors to Democratic and Republican nominees every presidential election.
These masters create and control the means by which we seek to change the status quo.
These masters are in your pockets.
To break the chains, our only hope is to be conscious of The Money Matrix, withdraw our tacit consent, and refuse to ever play this game again.
This three-part excerpt from Zeigeist: Addendum is where we’ll being this journey down the rabbit hole. As any trip down a rabbit hole — in a quest for truth where you know that something is very, very wrong — you will feel fear and sadness. Understand that you are a sovereign being that will always possess a certain amount of energy and that same energy used to be scared, angry or depressed is used to be happy, make others happy, and to love.
To love is to share the truth — to break your brethren from these chains that lock them down.
To know and be silent is to be malicious.
Think of it this way: without others illuminating, the videos you’re about to watch and this site that thousands of you read every single day… would not exist.
Part One (9:57):
Part Two (9:58):
Part Three (9:55):
On the200th birthday of one of America’s most terrible tyrants, President Abraham Lincoln, Sayyid and I extend gratitude to Jake Towne — a true humanitarian — for sharing his series with us: The Money Matrix.