Thursday, October 20, 2011

To the Occupy Protesters. A salutary lesson in Politics.

I hate to say this but you are going about this the wrong way. You are targetting the wrong people. The bankers, ie their employees are no more to blame than you are.
What you need to do is to get to the root of the problem, at the moment you are high up in the branches and doing little to kill off the problem. One branch dead big deal,the tree still survives, Kill the roots however and you bring down the whole sorry system, boughs, trunk and leaves and branches all dead. Domestos dead. It is not for nothing that weedkiller usually targets the roots. What you are doing is spraying the leaves and hoping that the roots might get touched. The phrase Pi**ing in the wind comes to mind.......
To understand the Banks you need to use history and find out who the Banks are owned by. They make a profit for whom? Not the poor bastards who work 140 hours a week and get their paltry bonuses of a few hundred grand No not in the slightest. Who owns the Bank of England ? Its a privately owned bank. It pays money to its investors all 13 of them. Find out who those thirteen are and blockade them!

It would be much more useful than sitting on the steps of St Pauls making hue and cry, and not bothering the real problem makers who are safe in their boltholes. You might be interested to know that the Federal Reserve that awful private bank in the USA is actually owned by the Bank of England, Lock, stock and both barrels and what is the Federal Reserve doing? Its printing money with no backing , the real reason why prices are going sky high. You only have to look at the Weimar republic in Germany or for a more uptodate example Zimbabwean Dollars, We are all Zimbawean Millionaires even if we only have ten pounds in our pocket. Whats more its doing this on purpose. And so is the Bank of England with its new stimulus quantitative easing ( in short printing itself out of a problem) Who do you think ordered that to happen?

You sitting around in St Paul's Churchyard is going to achieve diddly squat. I can promise you that.

The same forces are at work as they always have been. Nothing has changed in 150 years and you are hardly going to change it. Wise up and act smartly, at the moment all you are doing is creating an eyesore and a bit of public interest.

One of your targets has already flown the coop, wisely I would say. They are 10000 miles away in the sunshine. The other is probably on his lovely yacht in the Mediterranean. and the others are scattered around where you won't find them.

Think, make plans and then act on them Sitting around drinking Starbucks coffee and saying smash the bankers is like a kiddie throwing his toys out of a pram. You'll get a certain amount of attention but you'll be studiously ignored.

Going for the real root of the problem is like cutting the phone wires and the electric cables at night, locking all the doors and windows and then setting a fire when you are a bit older and bit more wiser to what will really freak your parents out. Yes then you can burn down the house, and whats more the system with it.

As it is you have no clue as to how to proceed.

The EU is draining us dry, we send 50 million pounds every day to the growing monster in Brussels. No one ever complains I wonder why not? Even David Cameron our so Called Elected representative won't take our wishes on board. Do you know why? Because he is owned by the banks owners. They dictate policy

Do you know why this is?

Whom do the governments of the world owe money to? Who do they pay their debts to? Who holds them in hock for the money that they require and who therefore sets the policies on how this money should be repaid? Its like the local loanshark He makes you do what you have to do to get the money or he sells your debt to a nastier person. Its no different with the banks and the big banks sell out to the even bigger ones All roads lead to the Federal Reserve, American Express and the Bank of England.

Answer that question and you have your answers Follow the money trail.

I'm not saying the road is easy Its taken me the best part of nine years to figure it out so far. Frankly I'm surprised you're at the stock exchange, the loan sharks don't hang out there, only their debtors do because thats where their desperate debtors try and make the money back, But the problem is that the stock exchange is like a casino, Its biased in favour of the banks, They own it but they never tell you that. And we all know what casinos do? They launder money and make a profit for their owners, but its not the only thing that the owners possess.

Believe me when I say that everything will be clear if you follow the money trail and cross reference it with how things move.

You have your work cut out for you and you ain't going to achieve it on the steps of St Paul's unless you are praying for divine intervention.

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