If you read this blog, you know that the unilateral and arbitrary choice of this particular monetary system dictates all our economic and social choices.
At a more fundamental level, the logic inherent in this monetary system guarantees that regardless the ostensible ideology of individual politicians, in time, there can be no practical difference in the policies enacted by liberals, republicans, democrats, socialists, marxists, fascists or whatever other degree of latitude one places him/herself on the political spectrum.
This monetary system arithmetically guarantees that the productive capital of society is gradually transferred into the hands of financial entities thus de facto bestowing full political and government control to these entities.
Hence the reason that in Europe and the United States of America politicians have been able to run roughshod over voters with, as yet, no consequences. As just one example of many, I remind you what happened in Ireland very recently when: “As Irish voters headed for the polling booths on Friday, the European Commission bluntly declared that the terms of the EU-IMF bailout “must be applied” whatever the will of Ireland’s people or regardless of any change of government.”
The notorious NWO everyone frets about is not something that is in the works. It has taken over long ago. It took over in the USA in 1913 and in Europe in 1971. The powers of the NWO were consolidated with the creation of the Euro and extended under the guise of liberalized trade as one country after another fell for the apparent charms of Floating Exchange Rates and Fractional Reserve Banking.
The point of no return was past long ago. To be precise, we passed it in 1971.
Of course, there have been voices of reason along the way but the few that took the time to warn us have invariably been dismissed as cranks like De Gaulle for example. Of those few alive today many are too old (Vaclav Klaus) or about to become too old (Ron Paul). Few politicians today let alone the general public understand what is afflicting us. The responsibility to awaken the masses therefore falls upon the few that can see clearly though the ideological fog that is allowed to engulf society deliberately.
Whether you like Alex Jones or not, Mr. Jones has a point and has a plan. He deserves our support: