This post is a bit late, but better late than never. Mike C Ruppert was a true warrior, a man who dedicated his life to working for the greater good. He was an inspiration, shining his bright light into some of the darkest corners of our world and illuminating them for all to see. He helped to pioneer new branches of thought, imagination and realisation for many thousands of people, and we loved him for it. He helped to create a metaphysical snowball that will keep rolling and keep growing for ever. Mike Ruppert was one of the most passionate, productive, ballsy and effective revolutionaries of our time. Long Live Mike!
Now mi nah to savvy wit da Bible, tis
da word o God dem'a say, but if da book really is da word o God it'a still
tek a man's han' fe write it. An a educated man, from ourstorical
times, an dem educated men from ourstorical times was all politikin
fe dem positions. Dem all fallible, all corruptible.
When mi tink o da Bible mi tink dem'a
swap some tings aroun jus fe fuck wit us – Biblical Reversions fe
keep a man I-ppressed by is own brain.
When God speak to Moses in da Bible it
gawn be an external God speakin tru da bush, bu tink Irastical, when
Moses spark up da bush in 'is pipe maybe twas an internal voice o'
God wha da man be 'earin.
Den we gah Biblical linguistics. At de end a dem prayers da Christians be saying da word
'Amen'. Man, da's a word wha soun' like a karate chop 'AMEN!' da tone gawn mek a man tink depressed. Fe a man like me da words 'Yeah
Man' gawn sound much mo righteous, like a celebration o e'reyting. It's a soun' flip - 'Ah men'; 'Ah' up tone to 'men' down tone so dats why it gawn mek a man feel I-pressed. Bu' den say 'Yeah Man' and you gawn see dem two words both gawn be up words an' after ye gi'voice to 'em you gawn be smilin an' feeling irie... Yeah Man!
An too many peops like fe tink Jesus be turnin watah infe wine - da gawn be 'is mos famous miracle! Mi tink dem-a swap dis roun too. A lil bit mo Irastical tinking an' maybe twas wine infe water. Alcokill bring deat, baad times and stup-I-dity fe nuff people. Soc-we-iety don need no Central Banking ISIS terroris bumbaclaat mo'fos fe terror-I-sation when da booze be on da bloc, y'earin mi?!
This guy freely admits he's working with the CIA. He spouts off plenty of paranoid Cold War craziness about Russia and China and he puts the boot heavily into the FED. Check out the spooky propaganda camera/mic trick around 16.12s. The camera pans out briefly, then it zooms back in for a close up, the volume goes up a notch and Jim says: "So we all know that Russia invaded Crimea in the Spring of 2014..." Really? Who knows? Complete and utter BS. Scary to hear him talk about the IMF as the only potential saviour of the world economy as well but on the money he's fascinating and his numbers are scary as fuck - the FED leveraged 77-1, a 25 year depression, possible global market losses in excess of US$100 trillion in the next crash. He's got a book to sell, but you can't knock his CV... Jim Rickards:
Money velocity is a great tool of
analysis for measuring the health of local economies.
Imagine you're a waiter and someone
leaves you a $5 tip. After work you use that tip towards your taxi
fare home. The cab driver knocks off work for the night and uses the
$5 to get a take away. The restaurant owner then uses the $5 to help pay
his staff for the night... You get the idea. This is money
velocity. If money is cash and it is kept local
then a small amount of money with a great velocity can sustain many
people. The digitising of money and the corporatization of economies
enables financial institutions and non-local corporations to dominate
the velocity of money, thus starving local economies of access to wealth. If left unchecked the inevitable result is our corporate serfdom. The localization and personalization of money velocity is crucial to maintaining and increasing community wealth and vitality.