Wednesday, July 11, 2012

What if there were no financial system in place, and our monetary system is all a giant magic trick?

If you haven't heard, there's more financial doom. Business Insider has reported about the Libor scam, if you haven't heard about it, you really need to read this. It is one of the most shocking mainstream media discoveries, or admittance to the knowledge that there's something deeply wrong with our financial system from the mainstream media. 

Technology. This is the one and only word you require, and the one and only word needed to define, explain and ultimately explain to you, that what you believe is real, is not. What if our entire financial system was just a complete lie? Not the lie that most people go to, where they think its the banks ripping us off, or the Fed.

What if all of the numbers on their systems were rigged? If I gave you $100 in cash, and a month from now come back to you and ask for it back, you have my $100, right? Now, if I give the bank that same $100, and a month later ask for it back, I get my $100 back, right? Now, what if I wanted interest on that money? Let's say 5% over 1 month. After 30 days in the bank, the bank would 'owe' me '$105'. Make reference of the inverted commas.

Now, let's say that I collect my $100 through the Internet. I transfer it to the bank, $105 from my account, to the bank's account. The bank now has my cash, on the Internet, as a number, somewhere on a server. What if this number, on this server, was just that, a number? That this power that whoever runs this construct we call 'life', has the ultimate power through the government, our financial systems, its laws, and more, to completely fabricate 'money'?

What if they had the power to change the numbers on the computer, to certain accounts, to be limitless? There could be a handful of people in the world, who wanted all of the control years ago. Maybe they rigged it, so that money would be on a computer, that could eventually be rigged - no physical printing, no forgery, no trace.

This 'money' could then be 'spent' to 'buy' virtually any thing that they wanted. In unlimited amounts, unlimited times. So this begs the question, is there really a financial system that could collapse? Is there really a financial system that isn't inherently designed to fail? We know that the United States government themselves don't print money, but a privately-owned and operated company does. They get paid interest, to print out, and loan money to, not only the U.S. government, but banks, foreign, and domestic.

Everything in our financial system is a lie, there is not one part of it that is real. Even a gold standard, with the amount of technology these "people" would own, could be fabricated, to such a level that no consumer-level technology would know the difference. After all, you're spending paper with pictures on it, down at the local store buying that new HD TV, and have total faith that it represents a number, which represents a value, to you, the consumer.

You are bought and paid for each and every hour to work, with fabricated, worthless money, the things you buy to eat and drink each week have no physical value... yet you continue to consume them. Your water, air and food is all contaminated by the government's sworn to protect you. What is rigging the financial system compared to all of the other 'insane' things that these people do to you on a daily basis? 

There needs to be a stop to this, and it needs to happen soon.