Too often we lump all elites, bankers, business leaders or members of the much demonized republican party into a catagory of "bad guys." However, if we are to extricate ourselves from this sorry scenario of endless financial, political and social crises, we must dig deeper than our identification with a political party, mainstream news, or New York Times best sellers. Here is where the internet excels. It is more imperitave now than ever that we question our philosophy, the assumed truths at the foundation of our faith in institutions, political parties, celebrity politicians, and systems that are so much part of our everyday life that we never even consider the effect they have on us, like the monetary system. How many of us even know what the Federal Reserve Bank or the IMF is? I challenge you to google around, and find about it. I challenge you to find out about people who have been part of a centralized elite and who have decided to reach out to the great unwashed (us) to tell us what we need to know. Hint, they are called whistleblowers.http://baselinescenario.com/2012/05/31/jamie-dimon-and-the-fall-of-nations/
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