Regardless how much you search, you can’t find a Blue Pill.
Isn’t it Time To Face it and Respond Appropriately?
This is the “Govern by crisis management” script we discuss so often, along with social engineering.
What to watch for in coming years:
Phantom Profits, Financial Derivatives, and the Rise of Credit/Debt ultimately benefits a specific class – we can see where this policy leads.
Even economists are beginning to wake up to this wealth transfer and zombie corporations.
Look at the taxes you pay, consider the country where you live.
Greece, Venezuela, Brazil, and Puerto Rico may be in the headlines today, but most governments are also facing the global debt crisis.
Have you considered the risks and restrictions on your freedom of choice from the planned digital globalization policies?
As most news about globalization, Fintech, Blockchain tech, virtual currencies and cryptocurrencies are promotional and investment hype but rarely include details about the think tanks, engineers and capital funds making it happen.
For important details you need to read documentation from the think tanks, the IMF, OECD, Central Banks, et al..
In a state where machines act like people and people act like machines, it may be possible for many individuals to trust and obey governments as if it is big brother or mother.
Have you read many dystopic or “cyberpunk” stories?
If not, then you most likely may have been entertained by them in film or TV, and I am convinced that corporate sponsored mass entertainment plan to adapt many more sci-fi stories in the years to come.
I do not wish to have a heated debate about career choices and survival or defining personal success, obviously that is a personal choice.
Right or wrong, or good or bad it still is a choice, and the consequences fall on the individual.
What I was interested in is the sense of the collective consciousness and the will of the people. This is where creative energy is invested, as well as labor and funds.
More evidence for the globalists’ plan to rngineer the digital economy (“Cashless Society”).