They say steady and true wins the race and that the House always wins. However, sometimes, you can beat the House if you know when to quit. Steady and true is always a recipe for victory. So, how do we win in a debt-based society? A society that is controlled by an economy built on printing money and debt-based consumerism? If you are like me, you are always looking for ways to get yourself off the radar and off the grid and become more and more self-reliant. With that in mind, I ran across a recent, short article that gives some bullet points of thing we need to do as individuals and communities to throw off the chains of tyranny that have been imposed upon us due to the Federal Reserve system and the economic tyranny that continues to grow in both Washington, DC and states across the country.
The following article comes courtesy of Tom Chatham at Project Chesapeake. Enjoy!
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Those that have been following events for several years know they are under attack by an enemy that has no face and means to do them great harm. Nothing less than their sovereignty and freedom is at stake. Absolute control over people and resources is the ultimate goal.
There are several actions you can take to prevent these people from gaining control over your life.
- You must be able to feed yourself-
- You must have a home to live in that you own free and clear-
- You need to be your own energy company-
- You need to be your own bank-
- You need to be able to defend what you have-
- You need to have skills to operate your own business-
- You need to promote a community based economy-
To put it simply, you need to get out of their game and start your own. Remember, the house always wins.
The bankers can only win the game if people are dependent on the elite for everyday necessities. The bankers have created a society of dependent people that they can exploit. They can only continue to exploit people as long as they are dependent on the bankers for the things they need. Once this dependence is broken the bankers lose much of their control on society. This dependence is broken by people who can provide their own necessities.
Early Americans were largely self sufficient in many things which prevented the bankers from controlling everything. Most people used barter to get the things they needed and bankers have no control over barter transactions. They also have little control when gold and silver are used in cash transactions. These people tried several times to build a central bank in the U.S. but were thwarted. Once the bankers created the FED in 1913, they had the mechanism to control the people.
The bankers and politicians can only win if they have absolute control over you and your family. They can only do this by controlling your access to the things you need and must get from others. By maintaining control over these things yourself, you retain that control and rob them of that power.
In many ways, freedom is a result of self sufficiency. The less you depend on others, the more freedom you have to make your own choices in life. People who make their own choices are difficult to control and once people realize they can live without the bankers and government entities the collective power of these entities falls away. The future will be either a collective society where government controls everything you do every minute of the day or it will be a free society where people make their own decisions and take responsibility for what happens. What people do today to free themselves from the control of the bankers, will determine what world we will live in tomorrow.