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It’s very funny to follow the official and orchestrated globalist media propaganda, not only funny because of the content they display but especially for the reactions to the politically orchestrated media campaigns.
You may have heard my criticize either the stimulus, Ron Paul or our current political decisions involving printing more money and selling or sovereignty to the foreign to pay for our trade deficit… that already benefits the foreign.
Now you may also have heard me state on diverse occasions that I find our current political situation very funny, and you may also have wondered why I allow myself to laugh at such things.
After all, millions of Americans losing their jobs and their homes to pay for foreign banks, foreign lobbies and foreign wars isn’t particularly sophisticated, courteous or refined.
Furthermore, the fact that these same millions of Americans seem to ask for more of the same policies that got them where they are today doesn’t seem very amusing either… at first.
About the FED and why the middle class is shooting itself in the foot
You see, I am a big advocate of personal responsibility and live by the guideline of what you seed you must harvest. Understand now why it annoys me subtly when some Americans decide not only to sell or sovereignty to the foreign, but then decide as a collectivized lobby to blame other Americans. Note that scapegoats are never foreign, as that would be intolerant.
That’s also a reason why I dislike the FED system, collectivist economic systems and socialism altogether, other than because they ruin our economic power and political freedom of course.
Yet these recent months it has been very interesting to notice the assemblies of middle class representatives, amongst various lobbies and politically engaged organizations, call for an “end to the FED”. Whether by FED they mean the “FED system” to which I refer or the actually Federal Reserve Bank I do not know.
But what I do know is that these representatives are not only biting the hand that feeds them, they are also shooting themselves in the foot (both feet actually).
What is funny in this situation, and what these Americans aren’t realizing, is that they are about to get a pretty good taste of what reality and individual responsibility look like, whether they like it or not. Probably not otherwise they wouldn’t have tried to escape these concepts in the first place.
Now all this masquerade of a dignified incompetence mixed with a tumultuous ignorance of even the basic economic concepts couldn’t have been possible without the undesired yet ostentatious participation of our eminent globalist leader : congressman Ron Paul.
Tip : Anytime the word “incompetence” is involved, think of Ron Paul.
It’s particularly ridiculous to see the same middle class that desperately whimpered and sobbed for a system designed to detach them from the reality of the financial market, now chanting openly for the abrogation of this system. Whether they realize or not (obviously not) is that they are about to taste the consequences of fifty years of reality denial.
I don’t know if Ron Paul really believes, as a good demagogue, that he can please as much people by repealing the FED system (if he’s even going to do so when elected) or if it’s just another electoral maneuver to rally the masses under a meaningless slogan.
Now I speak of Ron Paul because he is the only one that proposes to repeal this system, and I give him props for that (not too much though cause he’s still an idiot), but whether the middle class wants it or not (surprisingly they do), the FED system will have to end. Only the more Americans wait the harder they will get f*cked.
I really don’t know why those Americans, the ones that profited of the unrealistic and artificial monetary system not the hardworking patriots, would want it to end. They probably believe it will be the same as before, only they don’t have to pay taxes anymore (“yeeeeeah” stupid Californian-suburb accent).
Well unfortunately for them, and fortunately for the rest of the economy, that won’t be the case.
The same way you don’t step out of fifty years of collective irresponsibility, international socialism and ethnomasochism without consequences, you don’t step out of an artificial monetary system the same way either.
What they don’t realize is that the FED is helping these OWS hippies to the expense of the workers, the bosses, the companies and every other wealth creator. They think that someone they’re going to fuck over the “banks” with that ? Don’t worry that banks know how to capitalize their assets whether the dollar goes up or down.
What the end of the FED system really means, is that Americans will no longer be dependent of the FED and the government, but the global economic system. And when we see how little these Americans know about it, we have good reasons to be scared. Or amused.
The end of the FED system will mark the end of artificially pumped jobs : workers will start to be remunerated not by government imposed standard but by market standards. In other words, how useful they are to the overall economy. There will be no more teaching applied art history in a public school for 5K/month. It will also be likely that we see many restructuring plans within American companies.
The end of the FED system will also mark the end of the buying stuff you can’t afford. Notably our record high trade deficit. The government is always bragging about how the continuous stimulus was designed to help the banks and the different industries. That couldn’t be farther from the truth seeing how fast the money we print ends up out of our borders. The government is actually doing more harm than good to these industries by allowing the FED system to pursue.
The end of the FED system will also mark the end of the American business model. The laws of supply = demand will finally be respected, and our trade balance will at least have to be brought up to equilibrium.
Americans will have to stop relying on governmental intervention, stimulus, borrowed money, printed money, taxed money, artificial monetary systems and start producing their own goods. The globalist system will have to be progressively revoked since incompatible with economic reality.
Americans will have to adapt or die. And currently seeing how most hippies are only concerned with gay rights, peace, marijuana decriminalization, tolerance or ecology, it will be very funny trying to see them adapt to a new system, completely incompatible with the globalist propaganda they were encourage to plebiscite : economic reality.
What is really quite amusing is that for once, there will be no scrapegoats. The middle class will be hit hard (and repeatedly) with the very own rod they’ve been building for fifty years, fifty years of foreign dependance, de-localization of our production facilities, collective irresponsibility and ethnomasochism. There will be no excuses this time, economic reality doesn’t allow excuses anyway. No banks to blame, no government to accuse, no rich class to denounce.
I have but one recommendation for these Americans : nationalism.
Nationalism is the only constant in the factors that contributes to a successful nation. Some are more or less liberal, more or less governmental dependent, more or less socialist ; some have devalued currencies, some have healthcare, but the one constant is that they are nationalist.
Ron Paul is no better than Obama really, they’re both two politicians disconnected from the reality of the market, both of them promoting a dead ideology. The only props Ron Paul can have are for his minimal economic experience and the fact that he hasn’t been elected yet, so there’s not much to hold against him.
But don’t be fooled, there’s a reason why Ron Paul is so popular amongst our enemies : he is a demagogue, an internationalist and a delusional moralist. He always bases his judgement on how things should or should not be, never on what they are. He presents free trade and free market as the new magic pill, yet no successful country has really applied any part of his program.
The real successful countries, notably those who have a very high positive trade balance, are usually those who have strong governmental regulations to protect their market. And they are all nationalists, that’s what allows them to lend us their money. Which is actually our money they retrieved from their trade surplus.
American nationalists don’t believe in socialism and regulation, no more than they believe in free trade globalist delusions.
I strongly advise you to read this introduction to American nationalism, but all for the rest… very funny indeed.