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What a Web We Weave

With world events occurring at an alarming rate, in current times it seems almost insecure and crazy not to analyze ourselves within these rapid, rampaging, racing times. I do not wish to touch on a war in specificity, the intelligence murder of dictators, the subsequent interest overthrows of specific countries governments, or even the daily rapes, murders, and horrific violence, which occur by the minute around this globe. Instead, I wish to analyze and critique an event, which is tied to a majority of the global events of the last decade. Now, this is not in association with every occurrence, but rather the major developments out of which this global police state has emerged—what we are now blatantly living. Thus, this world has been pushed into a totalitarian control grid; this did not simply start because of a specific event. The event to which I am referring was simply the most obvious, worldwide piece of evidence in which we have to prove, once and for all, that events like the sinking of the Lusitania, Oklahoma City, the Gulf of Tonkin, Pearl Harbor, the Reichstag fire, the creation of the Federal Reserve Central Bank of America in 1913, and many more where not just random occurrences in specific paths of history, but they were either orchestrated, allowed to proceed with prior knowledge, and/or a combination of both by a specific group of powers.

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Monetary Policy

The world seems to be approaching an age of irrational reasoning and pseudo politics, only dictated by the amount of money a political campaign has in the bank. Now, the only issues that seem to matter are the issues that are portrayed by the media and pop culture as relevant; while real issues remain unseen or are deemed as irrelevant. In reality, every issue is relevant and finding the source of the crises seems to be the only way in which to address it, logically.

The institution of a Central Bank is supposed to allow for a somewhat stable monetary system by regulation. However, by giving the government full power to print a nation’s money without a tangible backing, be it gold or platinum, creates a ticking time bomb for that country’s economy.

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