While everyone is glued to the TV watching the riots and the coronavirus lockdowns, the real culprit is getting away with outright larceny.  I’m talking about the Federal Reserve, of course. Yet, very little is being said about the fact that the Federal Reserve is destroying our economy much as they did back in 1929 by engineering the Great Depression.

Why don’t we hear about these things? Well, it’s called censorship. As Brian of HighImpactVlogs said about the increasing censorship on the internet, “Truth is the new hate speech and truth will always be treason in the empire of lies.” Mac Slavo of SHTFplan.com put it this way, “The corporate entity, known as mainstream media, is LITERALLY, the propaganda arm for the military-industrial complex, so they WILL NOT expose lies.”

Lise Kingo, executive director of the UN Global Compact, said that the coronavirus pandemic was “just a fire drill” for what will follow. That is, world governments have committed economic suicide praying at the altar of social distancing, setting the stage for complete government collapse. In the U.S for example, more than 45 million people have filed initial unemployment claims over the last three months.

Kingo should know because the UN is involved in much of the pre-planned chaos that has blanketed the globe. Riots and lockdowns, as bad as they are, is just so much smoke and mirrors. As usual, you need to follow the money and you know who has all the money. The chaos is not primarily about health issues, racism or social activism. By the time people figure this out, it may be too late.



The Federal Reserve is planning on dumping/destroying the U.S. dollar in favor of a digital currency. Then, through biometric identification, the Fed will be able to trace every single purchase. Welcome to slavery in the 21st century.


Capitalism has been king since the start of the Industrial Revolution and has been the prime mover in world economies since then which has led to higher standards of living and an increase in freedoms over the past 200 years.  So, what happened? Polls show that a lot of people would prefer socialism over capitalism.

The real problem is that people don’t really know what either capitalism or socialism is. To begin with, our country no longer has a system of capitalism.  Are you surprised? Well, perhaps they just forgot to tell you. Yeah, perhaps. A recent article in ZeroHedge authored by Raul Meijer talks about how “we have gotten so far removed from what capitalism and free markets are supposed to be about, that it’s pathetic…Our economic systems have been destroyed by our central bankers.”

It’s instructive to understand that our nation’s currency belongs to the Federal Reserve, which is a consortium of banks, and not owned by the government itself. Now, perhaps, you understand a little something about the economic takeover of the planet.  Leave it to the politicians to keep it a secret from the masses.

Our current economic system has been referred to as “crony capitalism” but would be better called fascism. Mussolini would have been proud. True capitalism has to entail free markets which are sorely missing in today’s system.  Corporations, especially banks, are deemed too big to fail and are bailed out by government.  Governments are allowed to overspend because the central banks make money way too easy. Of course, the financial markets (Wall Street) make out like bandits.  The only one to suffer is the “man on the street.”

As for socialism, those who are for it have never experienced it so they better be careful because they just might get what they are asking for.  That’s because socialism has never worked – as in never.  Just ask people from Cuba and Venzuela, for example. There isn’t even some new flavor of socialism that will be any better than the previous flavors.

All forms of socialism have only two goals.  The short-term goal is the take-over of all of the country’s means of production.  Since the State would control the means of production, the only ones with any power would be, not surprisingly, those in power.  The long-term goal of socialism is communism. If you don’t believe me just go ask Lenin. Socialism is the brainchild of the Marxist Revolution that’s why socialism is referred to as Marxism. As Lenin famously said, “The goal of socialism is communism.”

At the end of the day, the way that you can tell that you’re being screwed, regardless of what anyone tries to convince you of, is this. How well are you doing (economically speaking)? Today’s millennials can easily tell that all is not well, regardless of what the media or the politicians say. They pile up mountains of student debt getting through college only to find that there isn’t a job waiting for them when they graduate.  Educators know this but still they perpetuate the myth that you need a college education, and an expensive one at that.

The answer to the world’s problems is, believe it or not, a return to real capitalism and free markets which favor the little guy over the corporations. An article entitled “Only Capitalism Will Save Millennials” was published recently by the Mises Institute. The Mises Institute tells it like it is:  “Socialist policies do not work. They do not work by necessity because they destroy productivity, and productivity is the key to prosperity. The answer to the challenges of the new millennium is not more state interventionism, but to eliminate politics and the state.”

Of course, the politicians will disagree since socialism pays more (for politicians, that is, since they would control the means of production).  Socialism does not get rid of the dreaded politicians. Just the opposite.  Under socialism, politicians have even more power than under democracy.  As for social democracy, there really is no such thing.  That’s a contradiction in terms. Socialism is never democratic since true power rests with the State, and not the people.

As they say, what you don’t know can hurt you and what you don’t know is this: money is worthless; it’s all fiat currency.  Most of the world’s governments are bankrupt, including ours. The world’s economic system is a dirty little secret that you weren’t supposed to know about…but, of course, now you know.


“It is well enough that the people of our nation do not understand our banking and monetary system, for if they did, I believe there would be a revolution before tomorrow morning.”   – Henry Ford

Recently on MSNBC, Democratic Congressman Gerry Connolly stated that President Trump has “triggered a constitutional crisis… You ignore Congress’ demands at your peril, your legal peril, your constitutional peril.”  Here’s what the fuss is all about.  It’s something called executive privilege and it’s about to become the battleground of the new Civil War.

For those who may not already know, the government is set up in three separate branches (legislative, executive and judicial).  One of the key features in our form of government is something referred to as “separation of powers,” with each branch retaining powers that the other two branches do not have.  However, “separation of powers” has never kept one branch of government from trying to infringe on the rights of another.  Thus, the analogy to the new Civil War.

So, when Congressman Connolly says that you ignore Congress at your own peril, that’s a clash over “separation of powers.”  In this case, Congress believes that they have a right to govern in some cases regardless of what the executive branch decides. Of course, it works the opposite way as well.  Let’s look at a couple of cases of executive privilege that you may remember, one of which happened just the other day.

Senator Kamala Harris, who is running for President, had this to say at a recent town hall: “Upon being elected, I will give the United States Congress 100 days to get their act together and have the courage to pass reasonable gun safety laws and if they fail to do it, then I will take executive action….” So, if elected, a President Harris would ignore Congress if they don’t pass legislation to her liking and issue executive orders instead. I haven’t heard a peep from congressional members complaining about Harris potentially overreaching in the use of executive powers, It’s interesting that these very same congresspersons also never said boo about any of the 277 executive orders that President Obama signed while in office, especially the one that gave Obama the power to take over the media.

You could only imagine what would happen if Trump said something similar to what Harris said. Actually, we can imagine what Congress would say.  Congressman Connolly has said it already. That is, he feels that Trump has triggered a “constitutional crisis.” So, a constitutional crisis it is. The battle lines have been drawn.  Now comes the war. As Bill Maher said recently, “I think one way to get rid of Trump is a crashing economy.  So, please bring on the recession.  Sorry if that hurts people but it’s either root for a recession or lose your democracy.”

Note: Sorry, Bill, but what you would be losing is not a democracy (because we’re a Republic) but the totalitarianism (Deep State) that you support.  You don’t care if Americans get hurt, anyways, because Americans are just plain stupid (and “useless eaters”). Right, Bill?

The reason that Maher’s comments on the economy are relevant, though, has to do with the Federal Reserve and that something called executive privilege. Fed chairman Jerome Powell believes that, although Trump appointed him, he can’t fire him.  This goes to the very heart of the executive privilege issue and I predict that Trump will not only fire Powell but he will have the U. S. government take over the Federal Reserve (which is a private entity controlled by European banks).  Certain members of Congress won’t like it and it will be game on. This one has the Supreme Court’s name written all over it.



Major developments on Capitol Hill often happen in public but without the public’s awareness. For example, Obamacare was passed without the public or Congress knowing exactly what was in the legislation.  As they say, the devil is in the details.

The government is currently operating under a variety of declared national state of emergencies. Thirty-one in total. These declarations pre-empt the Constitution. In fact, they make it permissible to carry on what would normally be considered to be illegal activities or activities that would otherwise be considered to be unconstitutional.

For example, since September 2001, the United States has been operating under a state of declared war following the 9/11 attacks. A state of war, you understand. A state of war still exists today and this allows any U.S. president to use U.S. troops without the approval of Congress (think Afghanistan, Libya and drone attacks on just about everyone).  In addition, the secretive War on Terror continues although the public rarely hears about it. Sure, these adventures are generally accompanied by major public relations campaigns to convince the public that military force is justified. Not from a legal standpoint because that was never needed, but rather from a political standpoint. Thus, all the lies about weapons of mass destruction in Iraq. After all, they didn’t want another Vietnam protest in the streets of America.

Fast forward to January 3, 2019, when bills HR24 and HR25 were introduced into Congress (actually reintroduced).  Nobody has talked about them, but they could be passed by Congress at any time without any fanfare. HR24 requires an audit of the Federal Reserve, which is important in as much as the Federal Reserve is not part of the U.S. government. It is actually owned and controlled by foreign citizens and foreign banks(corporations) and incredibly we allow them to dictate U.S. economic policy.  Because of their power to shape the U.S. economy, we have a serious national security risk occurring in the broad daylight.

HR25 is perhaps even more newsworthy. It calls for the elimination of the I.R.S. Like the Federal Reserve, the I.R.S. is a non-governmental body which is controlled by foreign entities.  As a result, U.S. tax collections are sent overseas (think the Vatican).  In addition, the bill calls for the elimination of the federal income tax (which is probably unconstitutional anyway).

And if Congress were to refuse to pass such legislation, Trump could just declare another National Emergency and implement them anyway. Today, CNN reported that the White House is in the process of drafting a National Emergency Proclamation to provide funds to construct a wall on the Southern border.  Here we go again.



The impeach Trump rhetoric is a smoke screen for the real reason that the Democrats don’t want Trump (or anyone else) in power. In reality, the fight in D.C. is about who has the right to use these national state of emergencies, and with it near dictatorial powers.  Then, there is the matter that the U.S. is no longer a republic.  Hasn’t been since 1871. We’re a corporation! It’s a dirty little secret that you’re not supposed to know about…but now you know.


“The corporations that profit from permanent war need us to be afraid. Fear stops us from objecting to government spending on a bloated military. Fear means we will not ask unpleasant questions of those in power. Fear permits the government to operate in secret. Fear means we are willing to give up our rights and liberties for promises of security. The imposition of fear ensures that the corporations that wrecked the country cannot be challenged. Fear keeps us penned in like livestock.” 
― Chris Hedges