(7) Seven Impossible Things Before Breakfast in Being Brainwashed
There are Seven Impossible Things Before Breakfast in Being Brainwashed by Banks and Your Government.
An excerpt from Alice in Wonderland. Alice laughed. “There’s no use trying,” she said.
“One can’t believe impossible things.”
“I dare say you haven’t had much practice,” said the queen.
“When I was your age, I always did it for half an hour daily. Why, sometimes I’ve believed as many as seven impossible things before breakfast in Being Brainwashed by Banks and Your Government.”
You live in an age when the level of deceit and propaganda is at an all-time high from banks, corporations, and even from your own Corporate United States Government in Washington, District of Columbia.
Joseph Goebbels, Vladimir Lenin, and others did their best to force-feed propaganda to the masses, but they were rank amateurs compared to the spin doctors employed by the government political leaders of today.
These Political leaders from both sides, Democrats and Republicans alike are masters at convincing people of impossible things by brainwashing.
Whenever I listen to other Americans discuss their country, I find people that are eager for more news and information, yet most, without even knowing it, accept much of the dogma they’ve been fed daily by their government and the media, even if, to outsiders who live in other countries, the assumptions and presumptions are preposterous.
There are Seven Impossible Things Before Breakfast in Being Brainwashed by Banks and Your Government.
Only those who make a concerted, ongoing effort to see through the smokescreen seem to keep clear. These are the 1777 first and original Constitutional sovereigns.
Here are seven impossible things that many seem to have little trouble accepting as reality.
- Yes, the country’s in a mess, but that’s because of opposition-party meddling. If the party I favor could get a majority, they’d sort things out.
- We’re on the road to economic recovery. We just have to be patient.
- I don’t like the government bailing the banks out, but if they don’t, the system will collapse.
- There’s no problem raising the debt ceiling. All that’s necessary is to print more money to pay for it.
- I don’t like war, but the attacks on Ukraine and the Middle East are necessary to make the world safe for democracy.
- I realize that the Corporate United States in the District of Columbia has passed considerable legislation lately that’s taken away my basic freedoms, but it’s been necessary for fighting terrorism.
- The United States of America is still the best country in the world.
This seems to have been a popular belief for decades. It’s believed by Democrats and Republicans alike. But, in 2001, the Republicans held both houses of Congress, plus the presidency, yet even then they failed to deliver on promises of what they claimed were their party’s fundamental goals.
Between 2009 and 2011, the Democrats controlled all three, yet they, too, failed to deliver on their promises.
If the electorate were to step back and look at the history of who is in power vs. policy changes, they’d find that the government’s central program of welfare/warfare continues unabated, regardless of who controls the Congress and White House.
The primary policies of the US are determined independently of who has been elected. As American writer Mark Twain stated correctly, “If voting made any difference they wouldn’t let us do it.”
The US is deeper in debt, by far than any country ever has been in the history of the world.
The level of debt is so great at present that it’s impossible to pay back. The reaction by the US government has been to increase that debt, pumping more heroin into the body of the addict.
There’s no possibility for this to end well; all that can be achieved is to postpone the inevitable, thus ensuring that the outcome will be even worse. The final tab will be picked up, not by the political class, but by the electorate and the American people.
Bank failures have existed for as long as banks have existed.
Under a laissez-faire system, a bank that’s behaved recklessly with lending, to the point that it becomes insolvent, collapses. Depositors are harmed and sometimes financially ruined. Often, there’s a brief economic downturn, but the culling of the bad bank strengthens the economy in the long run.
However, in the last century, the major banks in the US have become so powerful about government policy that they can now act recklessly, then be bailed out by the American people through government taxes, then act recklessly again to allow the Banks to confiscate all your money of your deposits (loans) in the bank. (Ultimately, this trend will result in a crash of epic proportions – an event that may come quite soon.)
Unfortunately, it doesn’t work that way. Dramatic printing of debt instruments’ currency generally leads to higher prices. Inflation robs you of your wealth. Hyperinflation can utterly destroy the United States.
And, as regards foreign debt, trading partners don’t take kindly to having the Government debtors degrade their debt. At some point, these foreigners are likely to sell back their debt into the United States debtor’s economy. It would only take a fraction of the US debt held by the rest of the world to be sold back into the US for the US economy to collapse.
Since the end of World War Two, the US has regarded itself as the world’s policeman – a role that most of us consider to be quite an arrogant one for any nation to take. Even more, puzzling for us is the general belief in the US that American invasions of countries result in democratization.
From Vietnam to Afghanistan, to Iraq, to Libya (the list goes on), there has been little evidence that US invasions have led to stable, democratic rule. In most cases, they have led to increased chaos. America is seen, not as the policeman, but as the world’s foremost aggressor.
This is not conducive to long-term American hegemony.
Beginning with the Patriot Act of 2001, the US government has gone mad with the passage of a plethora of legislation that has trashed all three United States Constitutions (often regarded by the outside world as the finest founding document that any country has ever produced.) As a result, even many Third World countries now enjoy greater individual freedom than can be found in the US.
The United States of America is not a Country! By almost every standard, this has, over recent decades, ceased to be the case.
The United States as you know it is a Corporation, not a Country. All Uniform Commercial Codes definitions define the Unit States as being a Corporation.
U.C.C. § 9-307. LOCATION OF DEBTOR. (h) [Location of United States.] The United States is located in the District of Columbia.
U.C.C. § 9-102. DEFINITIONS AND INDEX OF DEFINITIONS (a) (3) “Account debtor” means a person obligated on an account, chattel paper, or general intangible.
The term does not include persons obligated to pay a negotiable instrument, even if the instrument constitutes part of chattel paper.
You are the Creditor, creator, maker, principal, and owner of the unregistered Automobile Application Document Security, unregistered Mortgage Promissory NOTE Security, and Mortgage Debt Lien Contract before and after the Bank or Lender recorded or registered the bifurcated Mortgage Debt Lien Contract into County Official Records to convert this Contract into a Security to sell/assign to make a profit.
These document securities remain your property and you can claim them at any time because the Bank or Lender did not accept them with a signature or meeting of the minds. Thus the bank or lender passes unregistered Mortgage NOTE securities into the Investor Trust or other banks by the legal definition of “Security”. This is security fraud! Remember, there are Seven Impossible Things Before Breakfast in Being Brainwashed by Banks and Your Government.
(28) “Debtor” means: (B) a seller of accounts, chattel paper, payment intangibles, or promissory notes; (These sellers are Banks who are Investment Companies that must borrow the funds from a Warehouse line of credit namely a larger bank or an Investor Trust to give you a presumptuous fake loan!)
(65) “Promissory note” means an instrument that evidences a promise to pay a monetary obligation, does not evidence an order to pay, and does not contain an acknowledgment by a bank that the bank has received for deposit a sum of money or funds.
(77) “State” (“STATE” with the first letter capitalized or the whole word in all capital letters) means a State of the United States (“Corporation”), the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, the United States Virgin Islands, or any territory or insular possession subject to the jurisdiction of the United States. The organic confederation of 50 states (no letter is capitalized is separate and is not under the Jurisdiction of the United States Corporation.
Before the world wars, the UK was the most powerful country in the world. Britons managed somehow to equate this fact to the belief that the UK was the “best” in every way. This was never entirely true, but most Brits accepted it anyway.
Today, the methadone has finally taken effect and most of you accept that the morning dew is very much off the vine.
This suggests that it will be a long time, possibly generations before Americans come to realize that the glory days of the empire are over and the decline is in process.
Alice had the right idea.
As a young person not yet programmed by her government and the media to believe impossible things, she had a greater ability to see the world as it was. The rest of you have to work quite a bit harder to see through the smokescreen that governments and the media create.
This is what research and learning the facts are all about so you can again gain your freedom, rights, and Liberty if you wish. Remember, there are Seven Impossible Things Before Breakfast in Being Brainwashed by Banks and Your Government.
By the 1960s, it was apparent to the world that Britain had become a shell of its former self, but many Brits weren’t ready to accept that the party was over.
(Today, 70 years after the war, the message has sunk in.) Now it’s America’s turn and it will be equally hard for them. For most, the standard of living and quality of life will diminish.
Those who will be the most likely to do well will be those who choose to recognize that, as America declines, some countries are on the upswing. Those few who choose to diversify themselves beyond American shores will not only increase their objectivity but, very likely, will assure themselves a freer, more prosperous future. What are you going to do?
Please, remember that there are Seven Impossible Things Before Breakfast in Being Brainwashed by Banks and Your Government.
Think about it.