How will tomorrow unfold?
New money and generational wealth alike yearn to take advantage of how their "easily bought" influence and power literally turns the winds of circumstance toward the outcomes of their choosing. A little funding here, a few million for favors over there - all of sudden, what luck! God's will be done.
Indeed. And so here we are.
99% of us live in a world created by the 1%. And whether by design or circumstance, we empower this outcome by accepting the current "system". It is not just a fiat money system, but a world wide state of humanity system. Some would call it a form of slavery, on a global scale - to witness the vast rivers of money freely flowing to the favored few - basically to reward fraud. After all, the greater the leverage, the bigger the bailout, is it not? And as we all know, the behavior that gets rewarded gets done, over and over again. Many now see this as a form of increasing crony-socialism for the systemically-connected - accompanied by fewer and fewer crumbs for the increasingly many working poor.
We will never "know" that the worldwide pandemic of COVID 19 was a planned collapse of civilization, perpetrated by a certain few (of characteristically egregious wealth) as a means to their end of increasing their power and influence over the world.
But the time has come that the many are at least beginning to question the state of the world which has been thrust upon them. They are beginning to wonder why they have accepted the greed, the lust for power and influence, the pure evil, and indeed the heinous betrayal of the tiny, paper- powered ruling class.
Roacheforque had hoped that some visionary, not mired in the dogma of Keynes, would begin to understand and develop the role of completely original and viable equity based economic systems. He or she would have come to see the opportunity inherent in the organizational structure of the United States. The European Union also had this opportunity, but reversed it. And yet, sovereign nations the size of Spain or Italy are perhaps on an equal economic footing with Texas or California. All have the capacity for economic sovereignty, bi-lateral trade, and sovereign currencies issued by their own independent (and competing) central banks, as an alternative to a central banking empire.
But that prescription for the United States may never be filled, and therefore it will likely be "under" the NEW hand that gives.
My friends, it is the entire worldwide BIS/central banking structure, the FED and ALL their primary dealers - the entire global, dollar-dominant banking dominion that must go. And it's facilitators both realize this and agree. Not with a bang, but rather a whimper. The whimper of competing systems, powered by distributed ledger (and competing) technologies which serve as extremely reliable, viable and equitable platforms for the world's working classes and their potential for fairly competing markets and economies.
The little people are slowly "waking up" to the fact that a world of multi-polarity not only means freedom, but the robust action of free markets with competing sovereign currencies which all efficiently distribute value equitably, in free market, merit based systems - which compete with the current derivatives markets, the current derivative structure, the current worldwide system of corporatist governance and rule over the world's working classes.
The wake up call is upon us, but the promise could turn into a lie. We may have the perception of multi-polarity and sovereignty at the level of many identifiable factions. But in the end, there could still be a single system of class tyranny. The betrayal would be much better hid than any idea as in "1984". The greatest success in such endeavors is the ability to fool the masses. It certainly worked well in the present system until less than a generation ago. And that's about how long it takes for the "jig to be up" - a single lifetime.
Perhaps one day, in the distant future, the United States will tire of its dollar's limitations under the new "decentralized centralization". Perhaps then, the little people will rise up through the power of their states in a series of "soft" secessions. Not abrupt challenges to higher authority, but rather in the spirit of healthy competition, for the good of the people. There may still be a FED and its dollars, but it will not be essential - we could see Texas dollars, issued by the State of Texas Central bank, trading in new distributed ledger FX markets to allow for Texas to trade goods and services independently with Germany, or China, or California.
Yes, this would be a regression to an earlier time, before the country's money was centralized by a central bank. You have a form of this multi-polarity today with cryptocurrencies, but they have no public (productive human value source) backing, only private forms of speculative technology, backed by artificial virtue.
People wonder why Roacheforque cringes at the bizarre use of "money as a form of massively leveraged Wild West style speculation" which is the current domain of Bitcoin. It is a use of the technology steeped in the repulsive "money for nothing" mantra of the ruling class betrayal. It feeds the current system of casino economics - all connected to dollars. That "debt as wealth" mentality has to go. The real utility of distributed ledger (and its evolving offspring) is the efficient, reliable, instantaneous use and acceptance of these new currencies to automatically exchange with dollars, euro, yen, etc...real time, in any transaction, anywhere, anytime.
There is hope for the future in a new form of responsible governance, responsible banking and responsible commerce, powered by good, hard-working responsible people under their state charter. As long as there is a return to meritocracy, and social responsibility - indeed a return to morality - then this prescription will cure the dying patient.
You see the alternative today. Anarchy, chaos, nihilism. To accept these, is to let tomorrow die, and invite a new master above all, to enslave ourselves to