March 8, 2012 in Opinion
I must admit that I felt pretty silly after posting yesterday’s article. I know I don’t need to feel that way. After all, I am just trying to make sense of a confusing situation. However, the feeling persisted and it motivated me to think more about about the topic.
I can easily accept that there are two sides to every story. The problem with this story is that it has so many sides that I haven’t been able to count them all.
Mainstream media (MSM) has completely ignored the story of the large number of resignations at banks and financial institutions. Instead, they are focused on creating stories in Syria to support the next staged American war. They are doing anything that can distract from what may be the biggest story of the year. There are no denials, no investigations, nothing.
I’ve learned that when MSM ignores a story, this doesn’t mean it isn’t real. It means they are still figuring out how to spin it.
For example, MSM downplayed Anonymous until the arrests began. Now, they report on anything Anonymous does and, within those stories, they report on the arrests. In addition, they claim Anonymous has been infiltrated or attempt to connect Anonymous to a secret CIA operation to provide an excuse for an internet kill switch.
MSM has not yet figured out how to report the story of the resignations. Therefore, they try to hide the truth by ignoring the stores.
When truth is hidden, the speculation begins. In this case, the speculation includes arrests of Henry Kissinger, George Bush, Sr., and Bill Gates. It includes a new financial system based on a gold and/or commodities-based system. It includes extra-terrestrials helping humanity experience peace and abundance.
Within the speculation, there may be truth.
There will certainly be distractions. Some of these distractions may be caused by people just guessing. Others may be purposeful distractions.
In fact, the best way to hide the truth of an actual conspiracy is to create alternative conspiracies. Some think the 9/11 conspiracy is about the insurance money. Others believe it is about stealing and hiding Asian gold. Some think it is about creating an excuse for war.
According to some sources, there were at least nine different alternative conspiracies put forth to the American people for 9/11. Which is the actual conspiracy?
From my perspective, they all have a ring of truth except the official story thrust on the general public. That’s the least credible story when one carefully considers the evidence.
However, since we have been trained by our education system to accept what appears to be the obvious story, most people willingly accepted the MSM story as the greatest distraction of all. After all, if MSM repeats it on every newscast, it must be the truth.
I suppose this is one of the reasons I felt silly after posting yesterday’s article. I couldn’t find any concrete sources to support what I had written. Still, I had a gut feeling there was truth in the story.
Therefore, I spent several hours researching to find more information.
I discovered that those who are talking the most about the Iraqi dinar are the websites that have the most to gain by people investing in the currency. If the dinar is about to revalue, I don’t see any independent sources confirming it.
I found that no one is confirming or denying the arrests of Kissinger, Bush, Sr., or Gates. One site published Microsoft’s’ non-reply.
I went to bed mulling over everything I had learned throughout the day.
Many more bank resignations had taken place. I’ve quit counting the number. Beyond suspected financial corruption, no one knows why. I asked my subconscious to find an answer while I slept.
I awoke with an answer.
They are resigning because, with the new financial system, there won’t be a need for as many banks.
I want to know more about this so I’ll stay alert. In the meantime, I’ll be content with my answer because, with that answer, I no longer feel silly about yesterday’s article.