A phrase I’ve been using for years when asking “why we’re seeing craziness in the world?” is …
It’s not about [whatever], it is about money, control, and jurisdiction.
Most, if not nearly all, human activity throughout the world is motivated by these three things. Sometimes the three pieces are summarized as “power.” And, it’s power for an elite wanting to dominate others.
For the love of money is a root of all kinds of evil. Some people, eager for money, have wandered from the faith and pierced themselves with many griefs. – 1 Timothy 6:10
In today’s globalist democracies, the elite don’t come out and admit they are seeking power. No, they distract us with a manufactured crisis, false flag, fake news, or intoxicating entertainment. In Hegelian Dialectic fashion, they create a problem that impacts a lot of people and when the time is right… provide their solution.
|False Flags, State Secrets, Government Deceptions: A Short History of the Modern Era
What is the actual history of false flags, state secrets, and government deceptions, both in the U.S. and abroad? Both admitted to and those still obscure and under investigation. The book gives the short history.
Their solutions always include…
- Taking more of your money while enriching themselves,
- Subjecting you to their control through legislative or bureaucratic fiat,
- and then forming alliances to give them jurisdiction over your sovereignty and to justify their tyranny.
They may begin with smaller things and convince us it’s for our good, and when they accomplish that, move to a bigger thing. It’s like the boiling frog metaphor that posits if a frog is put suddenly into boiling water, it will jump out, but if the frog is put in tepid water which is then brought to a boil slowly, it will not perceive the danger and will be cooked to death.
1%. The book that the financial establishment doesn’t want you to read.: The first ever behind-the-curtain look at how banks really function, and their impact on society.
This book gives a genuine behind-the-curtain look at how banks really function and their impact on society. It reveals that banks create most of the money in an economy, not the state. It shows why inequality and discrimination against out-groups are institutional. It explains the banking mechanism that transfers wealth from the many to the few over time. It shows that, unlike almost all other industries, the banking sector enjoys unparalleled protection by the establishment against competition.
Before reacting to whatever crisis foisted on the people’s of the earth I suggest you pray that God gives you wisdom and then do a little research yourself and follow the money.