John Locke, whose two treatises on government—authored some ninety years before the Declaration—argue that “liberty is to be free from restraint and violence from others,” and not just from the government. He continues: “All mankind . . . being all equal and independent, no one ought to harm another in his life, health, liberty, or possessions.” So along with liberty come self-restraint, tolerance, civility, and respect for the rights of others, even toward individuals with whom we disagree.
Government has one purpose: “That to secure these rights, Governments are instituted among Men, deriving their just powers from the consent of the governed.”
Bertrand Russell, a twentieth-century British philosopher, logician, and social critic, identified this trait in the Ruling Class almost a century ago: “Much that passes as idealism is disguised hatred or disguised love of power.”
justice is needed, and only the Ruling Class know what that is, then they must control the government in order to be able to tax and spend their way to a “just” society. A member of the Ruling Class must harbor no doubts about the rightness of his or her cause to justify having and using so much power over others.
Throughout history the Ruling Class have justified themselves on three core beliefs. First, that man cannot run his own individual affairs. Second, the government is best suited to run his life instead. Third, that there are unique traits that qualify someone to be in charge of the government, which by their definition are the traits of the Ruling Class.
==Conspiracies of the Ruling Class: How to Break Their Grip Forever (Lindsey, Lawrence B.)
As the end game accelerates towards us the power elite’s panic will accelerate even faster, but it is only a matter of time until the plug is pulled. Enough time, however, for the protective walls to be built around the global superelite. The American walls, are already there, but we just don’t see them. They are designed to serve one purpose, to protect the power and accumulated wealth of the progressive, fascists that have been taking over this nation for generations. They will be more secure than Trumps mythical Mexican wall, for these will be protected by the full force of the total surveillance police state.
Rome may have burned ( not really true) during the second and final “fall” as the Barbarians ( also not really true, for the “hordes” of Goths were actually from the ranks of the Roman armies of the north and their generals all Roman citizens) but the wealthy and rulers of the ancient city all had ample time to leave for their villas in the south, where they lived happily protected by the new rulers who replaced them. Such is it today, except that there are no barbarians, no Goths of any lineage who will rule us, but the same folks that always have, but this time they will do so without the pretense of our faux democracy. They will do so with an iron first and a boot heel on our necks.
The markets rise, the direct result of central banks monetary triage combined with increasing signs of renewed government fiscal largess is a total mirage, a delusion designed to buy time and to unfortunately sedate the idiocracy America and the West has become so as to bend what little free will we all have left towards to the goals the elites have preordained as desirable. Desirable for the transnational, crony-capitalist, War State elites to expand their power and control over us all and to secure their privileges and wealth from the ravages of events yet to come.
The ruling superelites true motto-is Pillage and Protect–pillage from the people and protect themselves from the people at all costs.
Yesterday we went over the state of the world and if you read the article you’ll find it’s not good. In fact, it’s downright disastrous. There are defaults and impending collapses all over the place, from China to Europe to South America and beyond. What did the stock market do the very next morning? It went up 160 points for some reason. So let me try again to expose the reality of what’s happening. And then I’ll try to provide some actions you can take from an investment and savings standpoint.