Seven Minutes of your Time

One of the things I am certain my readers will come to recognize is that I focus on issues that affect all of us. I have no interest in politics or politicians for that matter. After having researched what can only be described as the illegal hijacking of this country by the international bankers, I know for certain who members of “Congress” work for on both sides of the aisle.

The warfare between Democrats and Republicans is simply a reality television show to distract and confuse you. There are 535 members of congress, yet we only see a tiny fraction of them on television. For corporate media, the continual battle between the two sides represented by this tiny fraction generates profits. People, inspired by the television show politician-actor, pick a side, strap on their blinders, and then proceed to scream and yell in unison at everybody and each other over issues that are never resolved and continually recycled as talking points for every election. In the process everyone loses sight of the bigger picture. That is the point. Both sides of those 535 members serve the same masters, but you aren’t supposed to know that.

Politicians in the United States government exist to serve the corporations, not the people. The history of this is explored in my article Treason and the Act of 1871. This is more aptly described by Judge Anna Von Reitz where, in her article titled Notice To Congress, she writes:

“Congress”…functions as a corporate Board of Directors for private mostly foreign-owned and deceptively named governmental services corporations operated by the international banking cartels (the Federal Reserve running the “United States of America, Inc.” and the IMF running the “UNITED STATES”)

In my article on The Federal Reserve, I wrote:

Consider the deregulation of banks and the machinations by the banks that would result in the 2008 financial crises. Many great and wonderful hardworking citizens of the United States were ultimately punished by the banks who were responsible for the crises. To add insult to injury, the United States government turned its back on the citizenry and proceeded to bailout the banks with trillions of tax payer dollars in the midst of foreclosures and bankruptcies for everyone else. 

This was a tragedy for a great many citizens of the United States. People work hard, exhaustively, to support their families while continually being the victims of extortion by a constitutionally illegal mostly foreign-owned corporation masquerading as an institution of the government of the United States. They are enslaved by interest bearing debt, often forced to give up all of their time with their families to work multiple jobs just to cover the interest on loans that were created out of thin air (see: Fractional Reserve Banking).

As for me personally, when I saw what was happening to the people of this country I stopped associating with the sides offered by the politicians and decided to pick the side of the people. After all, the politicians are insulated against these tragedies as they are ultimately the servants of the corporations and international banking interests that are actively working against the best interests of the people.

If my articles have not been enough to convince you that something is quite amiss in the United States, then hopefully this seven minute video will. Years ago, it radically transformed my impressions and shattered my erroneous belief that the financial systems of this country were designed for the benefit of the people. They are not and have never been.

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