August 17, 2010

Scary Movie



If you don't understand money, and how it is majicked into existence, watch this movie.

If you don't understand why and how we are all enslaved, watch this movie.

If you don't believe we are heading for catastrophic failure, watch this movie.

If you are still fast asleep, wake up long enough to watch this movie.

Deep shit cometh, and it cometh right soon.

And if you think that the shitstorm will be confined to the US and A, think again.

CR.

5 comments:

Anonymous said...

Go find a copy of "Daemon" and it's follow up, "Freedom".

Whilst it maybe somewhat 'not to in the future' sci-fi, it does cover an awful lot of what IS going on now - corporatism, failed government, unsustainable currency, genetic food companies dominating markets, and the collapse of society.

Man with Many Chins said...

Good vid Captain, I watched about half of it at lunchtime today, and I will have to finish off later tonight!

James Higham said...

Right on, Cap'n.

Indyanhat said...

You and your long vids Cap'n....I have to watch them though they are very good, this one makes a lot ore sense than the last 3 hr jobbie did though, well found!

jonah said...

Found this on the freeman Canada forum. Touted as possible Tax solution. From Canada/US, but should also apply here, as we use the same type of debt/money system:

Making Cheques a Non-Taxable Event:
Everyone that receives cheques of any kind, should have a stamp that prints: “DEPOSITED FOR CREDIT ON ACCOUNT OR EXCHANGED FOR NON-NEGOTIABLE NON-REDEEMABLE BANK OF CANADA (or FEDERAL RESERVE) NOTES OF FACE VALUE”. Cheques endorsed with this additional statement prior to deposit are not taxable income BECAUSE THE INHERENT ERROR ON THEIR FACE HAS BEEN CORRECTED.
This is all based upon what is lawful money of value for private use by the public. There are no lawful dollars in existence; only credit and debt ledger entries, and no one actually gets paid for anything with anything of valuable substance.
Ignorance is curable: Here are some observations that few realize:
1 You work for a company or you produce something of value.
2 You receive a negotiable instrument in exchange for your work or produce (a cheque).
3 You have to deposit it for “credit”, or cash it at a bank in exchange for Bank of Canada notes.
4 You have not been paid anything of substance, merely with credit or notes of worthless, non-negotiable, non-redeemable securities (promissory notes).
For purposes of this article, the term "security" may be taken to mean:
(A) a share of stock in a corporation; or
(B) a right to subscribe for, or to receive, a share of stock in a corporation; or
(C) a bond, debenture, note, or certificate, or other evidence of indebtedness, issued by a corporation or by a government or political subdivision thereof, with interest coupons or in registered form.
Now you have been given "evidences of debt" for your work. You have never made "income" but received evidences of debt. The government admits to the fact that Bank of Canada notes are evidence of debt.
Bank of Canada (or Federal Reserve) notes are legal tender currency notes. The Bank of Canada issues them into circulation pursuant to the Bank Act. A chartered bank can obtain Bank of Canada notes from the Bank of Canada whenever it wishes. It must pay for them in full, dollar for dollar, by drawing down its account with the Bank of Canada.