Tag: central bank
Some sharks like the taste of seal meat. Other sharks like eating human babies. The latter sharks are the kind you vote for, and who also run international banks.
Of all the things I can draw, I’m best at drawing a blank. But this only happens when someone asks me why we need Central Banksters.
When the bank responsible for suppressing the price of silver is the same bank amassing more silver than anyone in history, you don’t have to be Albert Bagelstein to figure out that you need to be trading your fake money (dollars) for silver.
I spend all my time searching for True Love, and when I find it, I will have found the greatest treasure. But in the meantime, it couldn’t hurt if I also looked for buried gold and silver.
When the green things recede, and the brown creeps forward, then the scavengers start encircling and spiraling inward.
Here is a #startup idea that will make money by taking money from the people that make money by printing it. Of course, I use the words people and money loosely, as the banksters are shapeshifting Reptilians, not people, and they don’t make money, they make fake money.
I hate bank robbers. You know, Rothschild, Goldman Sachs, J.P. Morgan, and other Central Bank owners.
I love sound money. The dollar is too Helen Kelleresque to take seriously as a store of wealth.
I like John Mayer’s song, “Waiting On The World To Change,” because in the middle of it he breaks into Elevator Music, which is designed to put people to sleep, so it allows the listener to take a MicroNap.