Your Money and The Big Lie: Introducing The Financial House of Cards Blues

Do you really know much about your money? Do you know where it comes from?

You’re not exactly sure. Wait, the mint, right?

What does it say on it? Hmm, “Federal Reserve Note.” That’s our national bank, right?

Well, not exactly. It’s kind of funny that it doesn’t say something like “Treasury Note.” It turns out that the Rothschilds and other banking families own the Fed. It is a private bank, not a national bank.

It also means that you and I are on the hook for paying the interest on every dollar bill-paper bills with nothing backing them- that’s printed ever since The Federal Reserve Act of 1913. That’s also when the income tax and the IRS were created.

Probably a coincidence.

Have you ever heard of a Silver Certificate? In 1963 President Kennedy, under Executive Order #11110, began the issuance of real money backed by real precious metal, rather than by a wink and a nod.

Here’s an interesting quote about the House of Rothschild, per T. Cushing Daniel in 1911, when William Pitt made this statement: “Let the American people go into their debt-funding schemes and banking systems, and from that hour their boasted independence will be a mere phantom.” He realized the maxim that Rothschilds laid down as fundamental: “Let us control the money of a country and we care not who makes its laws.”

The skinny on Exec Order #11110: It would almost immediately give the US government the ability to get out of debt by creating currency without being charged interest by the Fed,a private bank.

Is coincidence that JFK was dead a few months later?

Isn’t it coincidental that the term “conspiracy theorist” was coined to label those who didn’t believe the government’s story of his assassination, especially since polls show that as high as 70-80% of people don’t believe the official story?

I think there’s a lot of coincidence theorists going around, more so than conspiracy theorists. Conspiracy implies a belief without evidence. Heck, we have evidence out the yingyang!

If we’re to navigate our way through life, at some point we have to develop an internal compass to decide what to believe in.

Hold on, I think I feel a song coming on….

PS The Joke’s On You

You’re blown away and can’t reply
There ain’t nothing you can do
You know it’s the truth and you can’t deny
PS the joke’s on you

Your train of thought never left the station
You let the TV mold your views
Now everything that you know is a lie
PS the joke’s on you

They mix entertainment with the nightly news
So you might think their lies are true
You ate the hook, the line, and the sinker
PS the joke’s on you

You saw a UFO in the daytime
But they said it’s a weather balloon
So you decide to take them at their word
PS the joke’s on you

They tell us, “We got chemo for your cancer”
Said “When we finish your cancer is through”
But it attacked your wallet and your health instead
PS the joke’s on you

You might strain your brain if you think too hard
So listen to your heart, it’ll see you through
‘Cuz we don’t want to have to tell you
PS the joke’s on you!

Thomas Jefferson once said,”I believe that banking institutions are more dangerous to our liberties than standing armies.” Is it coincidental that much of our money in the 2008 bailout went to banks outside the US, and so little of it went to mom and pop stores on Main Street?

Too big to fail? Iceland showed what can be done to these banksters when they jailed dozens for a total of 72 years while none in the US went to jail in the 2008 meltdown, “the banks” paid over $60 billion in fines (which the shareholders actually paid), and nobody had their personal wealth touched. In fact, much of the $700 billion that didn’t leave the US bailout went for executive bonuses. And WE picked up the tab. (http://www.starshipearththebigpicture.com/2015/10/24/banksters-do-get-jailed-in-iceland-in-the-usa-they-get-bonuses/)

It’s times like these that I have no recourse except write another song.This one’s called:

Financial House of Cards Blues

Financial system benefits those at the top
We work for a Ponzi scheme till we drop
But now it’s crashing down because it’s built on greed
And it sounds like a cast iron tumbleweed

Poverty’s got me down on my knees
Working dawn to dusk for chicken feed
But I got big dreams, gonna change my luck
Chicken crossed the road singing cluck, cluck, cluck

Don’t let the unfairness get you in a rage
Ya gotta let it go, ya gotta disengage
As it crashes down in a big junk heap
You’ll be sure to witness a grown man weep

‘Cuz when it comes down, he’ll get sucked right in
We’ll know the things he’s done and the places he’s been
Tongues will be wagging while the pundits snipe
With tape recorders on while the typewriters type

Poverty’s got me down on my knees
Working dawn to dusk for chicken feed
But I got big dreams, gonna change my luck
Chicken crossed the road singing cluck, cluck, cluck

The Iceland bankers story’s one we love so well
They got an orange jumpsuit and a prison cell
‘Cuz when people found their pockets stuffed to the gills
The perps were rounded up, it was the people’s will

Word on the street says the Fed will fall
We need a financial system fair to one and all
We know the blue bloods have been skimming off the top
The cat’s out of the bag, now all this can stop

The canary’s sweating bullets and passing bricks
He rats on his buddies to get out of this fix
We wonder how these lowdown people ended up so high
When he tells all their secrets, we’ll watch them fall from the sky!

Poverty’s got us down on our knees
Working dawn to dusk for chicken feed
But we got big dreams, gonna change our luck
And we’re gonna join the chicken singing cluck, cluck, cluck!

And so we see that Iceland is doing quite well, having bailed on the European Union, much to the consternation of their would be financial overlords, and having jailed the parasites operating in their midst. No wonder Ron Paul and others call for an audit of the Fed, yet it never gets done.

The cat’s out of the bag, folks. Iceland’s doing fine without the Too Big to Failures, and we can, too. We cannot expect our financial problems to go away without a top down cleanse. The banksters who have been ripping us off are not going to be the ones with the solution, since they’re the problem.

We’re on the doorstep of the New Renaissance, the one the ancients told of, and the signs are everywhere. The best thing we can do is work on our own stuff and maintain a vibe of peace and optimism. The best is yet to come!

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