from PayByText & thanks to Deidre Kent
My earlier posts in this category are long articles with many links to great insights into the real stories that impact us all, more than we realise or understand, through the money concept. The system used for ions throughout most so-called developed countries of divide and rule by a few, putting individuals ahead of the many clearly is destined to fail. Full of inherent problem cause and effect, it essentially is fighting against the forces of nature – the positive aspects for sacred balance. Our very makeup through our devine attachment with nature calls back for balance every time and that is all that the materialistic world needs to understand to halt the destruction of our environment and our state of being. We are naturally interconnected with all that is around us but control leading to ignorance and neglect has made us forget. David Wilcock has recently posted a continuation of his financial tyranny series with the latest update that the ruling central banks who print the money and lend are about to be audited publicly in a sense (first time for the Federal Reserve) after exposure that the London Inter-Bank Offer Rate (Libor) who determine daily interest rate charges to other banks for lending purposes is immensely corrupt. Companies like Merrill Lynch, Goldman Sachs closely associated with our own Prime Minister John Keys and new reserve bank governor along with others, form a cartel of control of over 80% of the world’s money deals to the detriment of everyone. The people are rising to the call of nature and balance - Breaking News as follows
If you have the time to dig deep into researching the truth I think you will find many answers with Manly P. Hall
From Unwelcome Guest, thanks to Robin Upton
by David Graeber (2011)
Read by Robin Upton from episode 576 to episode 629. List of Episodes
Graeber shows, for example, that not only has there never been any evidence that money evolved from barter, but that for over a century, there has been a lot of evidence that it didn't. Disregarding such conventional wisdom, he describes a very different picture of the world's economic history, one in which money and debt are not impartial, amoral facts of economic life, but go hand in hand with state sponsored imperial violence and exploitation.
His exposure of the false dichotomy between states and markets reveals centuries of economic discussions to be vain. Graeber cites a mass of historical evidence that 'the market' is not a quasi-natural phenomenon that emerges in spite of government, but has frequently required careful manipulation by governments firstly to bring it about at all (usually first in connection with soldiers) and then to maintain it. He mixes insights from psychology, anthropology and history to paint an unconventional but compelling picture of the impact of money, one that differs sharply from the flattering fables spun by highly paid economists and economic historians. Indeed, he suggests we think hard about the very idea of considering 'the economy' to be separate from other facets of life.
Several themes recur throughout the 5 millennia of history which make up the book, such as the oscillation between credit systems that rely on a degree of social affinity and neighborliness and the use of precious metals and cash which do not. Another main theme with a particular of relevance to the modern reader is the perpetually recurring debt crises in which a huge proportion of the population had been reduced to debt slaves or one form or another. It has favorably reviewed, one reviewer calling it "a work of immense erudition".
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