16 April 2015 (h)

Venezuela update

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Venezuela’s chief strength is its oil reserves.

Venezuela’s chief weakness is also its oil reserves.

The problem is that those reserves allowed Venezuela to easily buy imported consumer goods. As a result, people converged on Venezuela’s cities, looking for jobs in the petroleum sector.

This caused Venezuela to stop being self-sufficient. Today Venezuela must import two-thirds of its consumer goods.

The people who sell to consumer goods to Venezuela do not want to be paid in Venezuela’s currency (the Bolívar fuerte) since Venezuela’s currency can only be spent in Venezuela. Instead, the sellers want to be paid in a widely used currency such as the US dollar.

Venezuela obtains those widely used currencies by selling oil. But now the US-Saudi collusion has driven down the price of oil as part of a concerted attack on Russia and Venezuela. This forces Venezuela to borrow foreign currency by selling sovereign bonds. However, as part of the US attack, the ultra-corrupt bond ratings agencies (Fitch, Moodys and Standard & Poor’s) have suddenly and radically downgraded Venezuela’s sovereign bonds, making it prohibitively expensive for Venezuela to borrow. (The agencies did the same thing to Russia.)

Therefore Venezuela cannot easily get foreign currency in order buy imported consumer goods. The result is shortages that cause the lines you see in the images above.

Simultaneously, Venezuela’s rich oligarchs intentionally make the shortages and the suffering even worse. They reduce their store hours. They reduce the amount of employees at cash registers. They hoard supermarket items, keeping them off the shelves. Meanwhile they blame the government for everything.

In addition to shortages in food and medicine, they also cause shortages in things you think are trivial until you can’t get them, like toilet paper, or body soap, or laundry detergent, or deodorant. Imagine not being able to bathe yourself or wash your clothes for weeks or months on end. It’s all part of a calculated attack on Venezuela’s government and masses.

Meanwhile all the economics journals blame everything on Venezuela’s government. They spout nonstop bullshit that is meaningless and intentionally confusing.

Unfortunately most people believe these lies, since it is easy and fun to blame “evil governments” like Venezuela’s, or like National Socialist Germany’s. Also, the more the masses suffer, the more they look for convenient targets, preferably among the weakest members of society. Thus, when the masses are crushed by the rich elitists, the masses don’t blame the elitists. They blame blacks, or immigrants, or Muslims, or homosexuals, or “homo-phobes,” or “terrorists” or whatever. Anything but the correct target, namely their rich overlords.

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At the moment, Venezuela’s President Nicolás Maduro is traveling the world, desperately seeking help as the US-led war on his government continues. Back in Venezuela, his government briefly arrested the CEO and 20 top officers of Farmatodo, which is a nationwide pharmacy / drug store chain analogous to Walgreens or CVS pharmacy in the USA. Farmatodo, has 160 stores in Venezuela, plus some in Colombia. (The equivalent in Mexico is Farmacia Guadalajara, which has about 1,200 stores.) Farmatodo, used to be open 24 hours, until its owners joined the US-led war.

The rich owners of  Farmatodo, coordinate their attacks via Fedecámaras (a financial terrorist group otherwise known as the Venezuelan “Chamber of Commerce”).

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I just read an article in the Wall Street Journal whose author claimed that this is what always happens with socialism, because of universal laws of economics. The authir ignores the fact that all these problems (ALL of them) are caused by evil bastards such as himself.

When the USA attacks a nation in order to steal its resources and reduce its people to debt-slaves, the USA calls its victims “terrorists.”  Likewise, when the USA attacks Venezuela’s government and people, the USA refers to Venezuela’s government as “dictators” who are “waging a war on private enterprise.”

The Financial Times is using a clever ruse to try and blame Venezuela’s government for all this. In 1998 Venezuela established the Investment Fund for Macroeconomic Stabilization (FIEM in its Spanish acronym). This was a savings fund to protect the economy from a drop in oil prices, and was needed because Venezuela’s economy depended on oil revenues, which are volatile. When oil prices started to rise, the Hugo Chávez government stopped contributing to this fund, and instead gave the money to literacy programs, plus housing projects for the poor, and so on.  Thus, according to the Financial Times, Venezuela’s government has only itself to blame. It’s a cute attempt to camouflage the evil of the US-Saudi empire, which is depressing oil prices far more than would be normal.  Hugo Chávez knew the US-Judeo Empire was evil, but even he underestimated just how evil the Empire is.

COMmENTS

  1. 1 by Darwin26 on February 10, 2015 – 10:04 am
  2. Maduro, seek an ye shall find but don’t sell out.

  1. #2 by joekano76 on February 10, 2015 – 10:50 am

    Reblogged this on TheFlippinTruth.

  1. #3 by jgalindes on February 10, 2015 – 11:48 am

    Your article on Venezuela is very good Konrad,albeit for a constant comparison with NS government.
    You may instead use as examples of what happened to Perón before his fall in 1955 when people had to suffer every day lines to purchase bread (black ,of the lowest possible flour quality,land oligarchs “dissapeared” fine white flour),the same with potatoes and anything else.It was exactly like this.
    Or to Allende in Chile before his dismissal in 1973.Food shortages and transport strikes financed by rich american multinational companies like ITT provoked people’s anger.
    Oligarchs are always hand in hand with their foreign jewish masters,it is from their parasitism and corruption that they get richer.
    In Argentina today there is a man that is considered the “soy-bean king” by american financed magazines like Fortuna,he appropriated fiscal land occupied by native settlers for hundred years,generating forest destruction,extreme poverty and child death by sub-nutrition (five died last week).He even has a son in the State legislature that surely helps with irregular land “adquisitions”.
    People like these are the ones that conspire against there own country when called by their jewish-american masters.
    When jews can’t find a cultural (be it racial,or religious) rift they use fabricated scarcity to inflame the masses.

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    “Your article on Venezuela is very good Konrad, albeit for a constant comparison with NS government.”

    I mentioned NS Germany only twice. If you wish to call that “constant,” then so be it. Every school child is taught to vilify NS Germany. It is part of each child’s conditioning as a slave. No matter how much they are crushed into poverty, they can still say, “At least we defeated the evil NS Germany and stopped the holo-hoax.”

    This must end if any social progress is to be made.

    Regarding Argentina’s “soybean king,” this could confuse readers. Some sources say that Gerardo Bartolomé is the “soybean king,” and that his Argentina-based company, Don Mario, is doing great. Other sources say that Gustavo Grobocopatel is the “soybean king,” and that his Argentina-based company, Los Grobo, is doing very poorly. Still other sources say that Santiago Lorenzatti is the “soybean king,” and that his Argentina-based company, Grupo Romagnoli, is doing so-so.

    Anyway thank you for commenting. —K

  1. #4 by lasilencia on February 10, 2015 – 3:06 pm

    “Imagine not being able to bathe yourself or wash your clothes for weeks or months on end. It’s all part of a calculated attack on Venezuela’s government and masses.”

    I don’t have to imagine this. There are about 60,000 homeless in New York City. The old timers have not washed their clothes or their bodies since forever. The smell is sickening. When they ride the subways, people cannot be in the same car with them. Tears run down your face, not just from the sight of them, but because the odor is unbearable. Heartbreaking!

    It’s disgusting what the elite have done to this city. Under Bloomberg from 2002 – 2013 the homeless increased by 71%.

    Yes the elite are destroying America, city by city. This, too, is a ‘calculated attack’ on the American people.

    Post 9/11 this country has deteriorated. I am writing an essay on this from a personal point of view. The NYPD throws homeless people into the streets because the freaks in St. Patrick’s cathedral don’t want them inside the church to keep warm. What’s the point of having churches? To harbor Satan?

    It’s just not Venezuela that is suffering because of elitism and imperialism. The USA smells rotten from not bathing — or should I say from bathing in filthy waters. People will continue to believe that voting for Republicans or Democrats will bring about change. There is change happening, and it is for the worse. We are not overthrowing our government. It is overthrowing us.

    People are stupid in this country as well. They still believe the MSM and those evil televised pastors. The elite rule America too, and they are stripping away all our social programs. The kids graduating today are so dumb. They are not prepared for life unless their parents have devoted their lives to them. I know why they are being dumbed down too.

    Hugo Chavez knew the evil that he was up against. The sad part is that his life was taken just when the real fight was about to begin. Now, we start over with many stumbling blocks in between. God bless President Maduro and the Boliviarian Revolution.

    Thank you for your article Konrad. 🙂

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    My post could have been worded better. When I disparaged “the masses,” I did not mean to condemn our brothers and sisters in Venezuela. I was referring to the “masses” worldwide, including the USA. Average people in Venezuela are more politically aware than are average people in the USA, who believe whatever the corporate media tells them. I even see this here sometimes at T.U.T.

    As you noted in your comment, Venezuela is an example of what is happening (or will soon be happening) everywhere. I failed to clarify this.

    The main purpose of the post was to explain why there are shortages and long lines in Venezuela. The corporate media outlets’ explanations are lies. They blame everything on socialist policies such as price controls. They say that Hugo Chavez used social programs to “bribe” the masses, as though this was something evil, and the bribery between rich people and corrupt politicians is something good.

    Put another way, U.S. politicians work for rich people, in return for bribes. This is “good.” PSUV politicians (United Socialist Party of Venezuela) tend to work for the people, in return for votes. This is “evil.”

    This is the Judified world of today. Everything is upside down and backwards. Altruism is selfishness. War is peace. Freedom is slavery. Austerity is prosperity. Poverty is national security. Inequality is opportunity. An economic depression is a “recovery.” Freedom-fighters are “terrorists.” Jews are “victims.” Immigrant refugees from US-backed wars are “invaders.” And so on. —K

  1. #5 by jgalindes on February 10, 2015 – 4:23 pm

    In other posts you even placed Hitler portraits.
    I’m very well aware of Germany demonization in the hands of world jewry.
    I can hardly see any link between our eventual “social progress” and Germany apologetics.
    I was talking about the real “soy-bean king” ,José Enrique Olmedo,from Rosario de la Frontera,Salta,Argentina.
    Grobocopatel is a rancid jew,and one of the leading edible bean czars.

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    “I can hardly see any link between our eventual ‘social progress’ and Germany apologetics.”

    Every single day the corporate media outlets spew lies about economics, about the “war on terror,” and about everything else including NS Germany. For example, every day there are multiple articles about the “holocaust”™ lie.

    All these lies spring from one and the same matrix of evil. If you cannot see this, then I don’t know why you even bother to visit this blog.

    “In other posts you even placed Hitler portraits.”

    I did that a total of two times, and they were in comments, not in posts. If that distresses you, then that’s your problem. I am a National Socialist, and I admire Hitler. I make no apologies for this.

    Again, thank you for commenting.

  1. #6 by jgalindes on February 10, 2015 – 6:34 pm

    Hey Konrad,I believe you are doing a disservice when you focus the fight against jewry with the nostalgic eyes of a nazi.
    If I detect that this website converts into a white supremacist one,I’ll quit visiting,don’t bother too much about it.
    For the time being I do respect Mark Glen’s job and viewpoint.I’ve tried to correct,in a couple of instances ,your research may be that upset you.Please accept my apologies.

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    You are welcome to disappear any time you wish. Farewell with my blessings.

    I am not a white supremacist. As I have said numerous times on this web site, white supremacists (aka “neo-Nazis”) hate me as much as Jews do. Your attempts to equate me with white supremacists are rather sad, clumsy, and desperate. Such attempts would make me have suspicions about you, if I cared what you thought.

    Incidentally there are a lot of people who agree with me about National Socialism. If that pains you, then relief is always a click away. 🙂 —K

    Allow me to demonstrate…

  1. #7 by Alan Kerns on February 10, 2015 – 8:16 pm

    I thank you, too, Kurt. My first concern is your well-being. If your circumstance is vulnerable, I expect you will be, at the very least, harrassed.
    Our masters do not want the issues you are addressing clearly addressed and readily available.
    The wind in the sails of our masters lies in the institution of money. Our masters control this institution everywhere. They control the issuance directly in most monetary domains [i.e. sovereign nations]. Those few sovereign nations who control their own currency are dominated by market forces which the masters are able to manipulate by forcing prices of crucial commodities down or up. By cheapening the price of oil they are able to wage war [yes it is war!] on Venezuela, Russia, and any other non-submissive nation whose wealth depends on petroleum or other commodity.
    So we have the situation where Venezuela and Russia [whose wealth is based on petroleum, a resource with real inherent value] are being grievously harmed by our masters [whose wealth is based on the US dollar which is a numerical abstraction which has zero inherent value].
    How can this be? The reason is that the institution of money is a racket and always has been, and always will be until it is demolished. The core of the racket is the false belief that a numerical abstraction can store value. That belief is so absolutely false that it needs to be enforced by corrupt laws – the legal tender laws which force everybody in a monetary domain to accept worthless money as payment in full for provision of goods or services or payment in full for debts.
    You’d think that a racket based on such an obvious fraud should be simple to bring down. Our predicament – alas – has grown to monstrous dimensions over the centuries. The money racket is truly a global empire unique in history – an immense tangled web whose interconnections are glued together by another institution – private property.
    In our monetary civilization, virtually all privately owned wealth and resources have been acquired via money. So if we bring down the money racket – which sooner or later must be brought down – what is to be done about the institution of private property? Keep in mind that a great proportion of the most valuable reources of the planet are owned or controlled by the dominant money racketeers – our masters. Also keep in mind that all property owners greatly fear losing their property – from our mighty masters down to minuscule pipsqueaks like myself. And also keep in mind that our masters also control supply of the staples of life. That’s how they dominate the masses of ordinary people – so graphically displayed by those huge queues of ordinary Venezuelans, a war scene of course.
    Thanks again for your very worthwhile article.

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    Alan Kerns“Our masters’ wealth is based on the US dollar which is a numerical abstraction that has zero inherent value.

    KONRAD: Yes. If I understand you correctly, you are saying that one of our chief problems as a species (perhaps our chief problem) is the mass delusion that dollars are physical things with inherent value.

    The reality, as I explained in two previous posts, is that dollars are like points on a sports scoreboard. They are abstract mental concepts with no physical realty. Humans give “reality” to dollars by agreeing to abide by dollars, and by defending the scams associated with dollars.

    When people believe that dollars are physical things, people believe that dollars are limited. Therefore people believe the lies that monetarily sovereign governments have “no money” for social programs.

    Dollars can be useful, like points on a sports scoreboard. Problems arise when key individuals rig the scoreboard for their own gain at the expense of everyone else. That’s what we have in this world.

    Alan Kerns: “The institution of money is a racket and always has been, and always will be until it is demolished. The core of the racket is the false belief that a numerical abstraction can store value. That belief is so absolutely false that it needs to be enforced by corrupt laws – the legal tender laws which force everybody in a monetary domain to accept worthless money as payment in full for provision of goods or services or payment in full for debts.”

    KONRAD: Dollars (like points in a scoreboard) are not worthless if people agree that they have worth. Everything in society is based on agreement. (I suspect that everything in the universe is based on agreement, but that is a larger discussion.)

    The institution of money is like a knife. Whether it is constructive or destructive depends who uses it, and for what purpose.

    In any case, I agree that money is a crucial topic. It touches everyone. We can use money as a means of interaction so that we may explore the stars. Or we can use money as the primary instrument of war, slavery, and inequality. As a species, we have chosen the latter path.

    Alan Kerns: “You’d think that a racket based on such an obvious fraud should be simple to bring down. Our predicament – alas – has grown to monstrous dimensions over the centuries. The money racket is truly a global empire unique in history – an immense tangled web whose interconnections are glued together by another institution – private property.”

    KONRAD: Yes, and you’d think that people would acknowledge that the emperor has no clothes. But people don’t acknowledge it, because people (rich and poor) have personal stakes in upholding the lie that emperor has new clothes, and that money is a physical and limited thing.

    For example, if I hate blacks, then I choose to believe that money is physical and limited, so that I may claim that blacks are stealing this “limited” resource.

    Hate, resentment, and selfishness are everywhere, and they uphold our delusions about money.

    Put another way, just as the rich use the “dollar delusion” to maintain their powers and privileges over the masses, so do people at all levels use the same “dollar delusion” to maintain their “superiority” over everyone beneath them. This game is played at all levels. Most people (not all) tend to shit on those below them, and are therefore slaves of everyone above them.

    This “dollar delusion” will be our undoing. For example, food, water, energy, and money are all interlinked in this world, and when we falsely believe that money is limited, we believe that food, water, and energy are also limited.

    We have limitless energy from the sun, but “no money” to harness it with.

    We can grow infinite amounts of food, but “no money” to grow it with.

    We can obtain plenty of water via desalinization plants, but there is “no money” to build such plants.

    This delusion of “no money” is killing us as a species. It may eventually cause our extinction. It is absurd.

    I encourage you to read this post if you haven’t…
    http://mythfighter.com/2015/02/03/which-are-most-limited-in-supply-energy-water-food-money/

    Alan Kerns: “In our monetary civilization, virtually all privately owned wealth and resources have been acquired via money. So if we bring down the money racket – which sooner or later must be brought down – what is to be done about the institution of private property? “

    KONRAD: We will invent some other lie such as the “divine right of kings,” or the lie that one racial group is inherently superior to another. What’s important is not the system we use, but our moral character. If we are selfish bastards, then we will always use something like a money system to enslave others. If we are kind and generous as a people, then money can be useful.

    Ultimately, money is an excellent servant, but a harsh master.

    Alan Kerns: “A great proportion of the most valuable resources of the planet are owned or controlled by the dominant money racketeers – our masters. All property owners greatly fear losing their property – from our mighty masters down to minuscule pipsqueaks like myself. And also keep in mind that our masters also control the supply of the staples of life. That’s how they dominate the masses of ordinary people – so graphically displayed by those huge queues of ordinary Venezuelans, a war scene of course.”

    KONRAD: It is indeed a war scene. I mentioned that Venezuela’s rich oligarchs create shortages not just in food and medicine, but in soap and toiletries. This is calculated and intentional. In any war zone, the top things you want are food, water, medicine, and shelter (or safety). Next down on the list are in soap and toiletries, plus miscellaneous things like (believe it or not) condoms. Yes, the oligarchs have reduced the supply of condoms, even though Venezuela already has one of the highest rates of teen pregnancy in Latin America.

    Why? Because in an extremely high stress environment, you want to do two things, one them physical, and the other mental.

    1. PHYSICAL: You want to survive as painlessly as possible. You want access to food, water, medicine, and shelter

    2. MENTAL: You want to live as “normally” as possible. This means having access to soap, toothpaste, laundry detergent, and so forth.

    Venezuela’s oligarchs cleverly focus more on #2 than on #1. If the oligarchs focus too much on #1, and cause outright famine, then the mob will eat them. The mob will be uncontrollable. Hence this is a psychological game.

    Anyway thank you for your thoughts. Please share more if you have a notion to.

    –Konrad

  1. #8 by lasilencia on February 10, 2015 – 8:28 pm

    I see nothing wrong with Konrad’s article. I believe in Socialism myself and live in the USA. There was no disservice done to the context and meaning of what Konrad was trying to point out. I understood it immediately. Perhaps it takes a true Socialist to read between the lines. Venezuela is a socialist country, as is Ecuador, Bolivia and Cuba. Just pick any true Socialist Revolution and study it from your gut, then you will understand. Long Live Socialism and if you want to add Long Live National Socialism, then Let it Be. 🙂

    Socialism was taught in schools as evil. On the contrary, it’s good for you, as far as I’m concerned.

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    It is not possible to have a human society without some measure of socialism. Hence there is no such thing as an “anti-socialist.” Everyone is a socialist in one way or another. Everyone agrees that socialism is a good thing. The problem lies in different people’s different views on who should benefit from socialism.

    For example, local taxes pay for police departments, fire departments, trash collection, public libraries, and so on. This is socialism that everyone depends on. Few Americans would want these privatized, so that only the rich can afford them. Few Americans would want to give up their Social Security or Medicare.

    However, at the federal level, opinions diverge. Right-wingers want socialism to promote war, Jews, and rich people. They want the US government to bail out Wall Street whenever Wall Street wants. (“Socialism for the rich, and capitalism for the masses.”)

    Meanwhile left-wingers want socialism to work for everyone, including the poor.

    From this we see that Venezuela is not hated because it is socialist, but because its socialism works for everyone, and not only the rich. By contrast, U.S.-style socialism benefits the rich more than the rest.

    Socialism is people working together. This interaction can be negative (in which people hate each other and try to enslave each other) or positive (in which people help each other).

    For the USA, the former is “good,” and the latter is “evil.” –-K

  1. #9 by Daniel Noel on February 10, 2015 – 10:39 pm

    Interesting diatribe, but hardly convincing. The only contention the article makes that is hard to dispute is that Venezuelans suffer considerably from shortages of staples. The contention that this is due principally to immoral maneuvers by “rich oligarchs” and other evil individuals would be more believable if it was supported by some reasoning. In particular, the article ought to include credible elements of answer to the following questions:
    * Why is it that the shortages are due to a drop in crude oil prices? Weren’t these prices abnormally high to begin with? Would shortages be inevitable if there was no oil in Venezuela? Do neighboring oil-free countries suffer shortages?
    * Is everyone suffering from shortages? Even the Chavistas? Even the soldiers who control the lines?
    * Why hasn’t the Venezuelan government provided the simple public service of clearing the lines and replacing them with a door-to-door delivery of staples whenever they are available? A little work by public servants free the public from uncomfortable and depressing idling in the street.
    * How about a specific example of how the rich oligarchs organize shortages? For instance, a link to a study of how the rich oligarchs have successfully restricted the availability of milk and how the government has been unable to thwart that evil deed would be much more believable than a torrent of demeaning terms.

    Incidentally, don’t count on Chavez’ successors and their state-controlled TV to fix the Venezuelans’ hardships. They have had over a decade to educate them–and the entire world–on 9/11’s essence as a false flag and have never done so. This is sufficient to expose them as agents of the same–very real–oligarchs who have been spinning the USA into a spiral of war, fear, and impoverishment. It takes a big dose of naïveté to believe that they are defending the Venezuelans against U.S.-led imperialism, militarism and capitalism. They truly answer to the same Masters as Obama’s teleprompter writers.

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    Interesting diatribe, but hardly convincing. The only contention the article makes that is hard to dispute is that Venezuelans suffer considerably from shortages of staples.

    Would you dispute that Venezuela needs foreign currency, and that the drop in oil prices has reduced Venezuela’s access to foreign currency? If yes, then you are a moron. If no, then you are babbling.

    The contention that this is due principally to immoral maneuvers by “rich oligarchs” and other evil individuals would be more believable if it was supported by some reasoning.

    This merits no response.

    In particular, the article ought to include credible elements of answer to the following questions:

    Why is it that the shortages are due to a drop in crude oil prices? Weren’t these prices abnormally high to begin with? Would shortages be inevitable if there was no oil in Venezuela? Do neighboring oil-free countries suffer shortages?

    If you had actually read the post, you would have seen that Venezuela’s over-dependence on oil revenues got Venezuela into trouble, and made the country vulnerable to economic warfare. And no, neighboring oil-free countries do not suffer the same shortages, since they have not been sanctioned and put under attack. This is so obvious that I expect you to start asking why 1+1 = 2, and claiming that there is “no reasoning” behind it.

    Is everyone suffering from shortages? Even the Chavistas? Even the soldiers who control the lines?

    I do not know the actual number or percentage of Venezuelans who are suffering from privation and long lines. In any case the shortages and long lines are facts. The suffering is real. Therefore your statement is irrelevant.

    Why hasn’t the Venezuelan government provided the simple public service of clearing the lines and replacing them with a door-to-door delivery of staples whenever they are available? A little work by public servants free the public from uncomfortable and depressing idling in the street.

    Door-to-door service for over 30 million Venezuelans? Cute notion. If you have any idea how that might work, now is the time to make suggestions.

    How about a specific example of how the rich oligarchs organize shortages? For instance, a link to a study of how the rich oligarchs have successfully restricted the availability of milk and how the government has been unable to thwart that evil deed would be much more believable than a torrent of demeaning terms.

    Finally a reasonable question. However I shall not make the effort to dig out specific examples, since you have already made up your mind. Presumably you think the government’s arrest of hoarders was totally arbitrary and unjust.

    Incidentally, don’t count on Chavez’ successors and their state-controlled TV to fix the Venezuelans’ hardships. They have had over a decade to educate them–and the entire world–on 9/11’s essence as a false flag and have never done so.

    Boy are you becoming desperate. Chavez said 9/11 was a false flag numerous times. Google the words “Hugo Chavez 9/11,” and start reading.

    This is sufficient to expose them as agents of the same–very real–oligarchs who have been spinning the USA into a spiral of war, fear, and impoverishment. It takes a big dose of naïveté to believe that they are defending the Venezuelans against U.S.-led imperialism, militarism and capitalism. They truly answer to the same Masters as Obama’s teleprompter writers.

    Whatever. Thank you for playing. —K

  1. #10 by Alan Kerns on February 11, 2015 – 4:19 am

    Thanks for your constructive responses, Konrad; and apologies for calling you Kurt. I’m not sure where the cerebral filing clerk dug that from. I’d like to respond to selected quotes.
    Let’s start with: “The institution of money is like a knife. Whether it is constructive or destructive depends who uses it, and for what purpose.”
    Yes money is like: a knife; points in a scoreboard; a commodity. Consider those three things. Which one is not like the others? Any knife and any commodity are concrete things, in contrast with point scores which are numerical abstractions. Your point about money having a range of purposes is worth close consideration. For poor people, ordinary people, rich people, and the super-rich masters, the purpose of money can be expressed as: the power to command the provision of goods and services to a specific value measured by the unit of account.
    Sounds nice, doesn’t it – even democratic; everybody’s equal when it comes to money. Of course, that is absurd.
    For poor and ordinary people, yes they can command provision of goods and services to the value indicated by the money they have. But for them, money is no more than a ticket of entitlement to be used once, and that’s the end of it. Just like a train or bus ticket.
    For rich people whose income is greater than normal, and more than needed for basic needs, their ability to command provision of goods and services is greater. Because the law deems their stored tickets of entitlement to goods and services to be a store of value, they can invest this “value” which may earn extra tickets of entitlement in the form of “interest”. Many such people borrow even more money to invest in order to become as rich as possible as quickly as possible. Such people are vulnerable to great losses, even ruin, during “busts” in the so-called “business cycle” when they may be forced to sell their accumulated assets in order to avoid complete ruin. Who harvests their losses at rock-bottom prices? My bet is on our masters.
    For our super-rich masters, money is a well-spring of virtually infinite wealth and power.
    Konrad, you rightly point out that money is useful, and that it can be used and abused.
    Can we blame the super-rich for abusing a well-spring of virtually infinite wealth and power?
    One of Oscar Wilde’s aphorisms comes to mind: “I can resist anything, but temptation.”
    No humans can be trusted to use wisely and benevolently a well-spring of virtually infinite wealth and power. No one!
    Look at where we’re at. The masters’ puppets are all chanting the austerity song – a song with genocidal ramifications for the growing masses of the poor at a time when productivity has never been higher.
    A gigantic bell is ringing in my head with the message: Prevention is our only hope; there is no cure for this institutionalized ill.
    Gee whiz Konrad, I’d better stop there on point one. Otherwise this response will become way too long.
    Can you see what I’m getting at?

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    ALAN: Yes money is like: a knife; points in a scoreboard; a commodity. Consider those three things. Which one is not like the others? Any knife and any commodity are concrete things, in contrast with point scores which are numerical abstractions.

    KONRAD: True, but just as abstract points on a scoreboard facilitate a sports game, so does money facilitate society. Unfortunately, too many people cheat. They rig the system in order to exploit others.

    ALAN: For our super-rich masters, money is a wellspring of virtually infinite wealth and power.

    KONRAD: Yes, and I am dismayed that even though this power affects almost everyone, very few people have any interest in understanding this power. Where it comes from, how it operates, and so on.

    To some extent I can’t blame people. Of all fields of study, economics is the most filled with dull, boring, needless, meaningless bullshit. I could literally write twenty or thirty blog posts that analyzed books and article on economics, simply to show why they are all bullshit. It’s all designed to keep the masses confused and submissive.

    ALAN: Konrad, you rightly point out that money is useful, and that it can be used and abused. Can we blame the super-rich for abusing a well-spring of virtually infinite wealth and power?

    KONRAD: The rich are not the only ones to blame. I keep saying that the holo-hoax™ lie continues because it does not only benefit Jews. The holo-lie offers something for almost everyone. Likewise the money scam continues because it offers something for almost everyone.

    For instance, it is human nature to seek to widen the gap as much as possible between us and those “below” us, while narrowing the gap as much as possible between us and those “above” us. Rather than climbing up the ladder, we usually find it easier to hate and to crush the people below us. By mistreating those below us, we enjoy the sensation of wealth and power, regardless of what level we occupy on the social ladder. Thus, almost everyone plays the same game as the rich. Therefore almost everyone gets something out of the Big Lie.

    I say almost everyone. There are people who can mentally stand outside this game of condemning those below, and envying those above. Such people understand the money scam as I have described it, because they can mentally stand outside the social strata, which is totally wrapped up in the money scam. They can mentally separate themselves from the ladder of wealth and power because they consider no one to be “inferior” or “superior” to them.

    As long as we consider certain groups of people to be “inferior” to us, we will wander in confusion and hate and misery. In effect, we will remain Jews. And we will be mental and physical slaves of those who have more money and power than we do.

    Let me repeat this: in its core essence, the money scam is a product of the tendency in most people (not all) to regard other people as “inferior” or “superior.” The money scam is intertwined with the quest for power and privileges over others. If we can transcend this primitive selfishness, then we treat money as a tool; as a mere convenience. We are no longer slaves to money, nor do we try to make other people slaves of money.

    ALAN: One of Oscar Wilde’s aphorisms comes to mind: “I can resist anything, but temptation.” No humans can be trusted to use wisely and benevolently a well-spring of virtually infinite wealth and power. No one!

    KONRAD: Yes. One reason for this is that any system must have regulation if the system is to survive. From the spinning of electrons to the orbits of galaxies, there must be laws and regulations, or everything falls into chaos. Automobiles have regulatory systems. The human body has regulatory systems. When they go awry, the body breaks down.

    When an individual gets extreme wealth and power, society’s regulatory systems break down. The ultra-rich individual becomes a cancer: growing, metastasizing, consuming and sickening the body politic. The more wealth and power he gets, the more he craves. The social body exists only to nourish the cancer. That is the condition of society today. Everything and everyone is ultimately geared toward widening the gap between the rich and the rest. As a species, we have come to a standstill; an impasse. We serve the money masters. And the money masters have only one function: to get more money and power for its own sake.

    We could feed everyone, cure most diseases, explore the stars, expand our minds, and do almost anything we can imagine – but no –we are obsessed with money. We are obsessed with racking up more points on the scoreboard. Therefore we claim that there is “no money” to feed the hungry or cure the sick. There are “no points” on the scoreboard. What a mindless existence. We may as well be automatons.

    ALAN: Look at where we’re at. The masters’ puppets are all chanting the austerity song – a song with genocidal ramifications for the growing masses of the poor at a time when productivity has never been higher.

    KONRAD: Austerity is literally genocide. How many millions of people die because there is “no money” to feed them or cure their diseases? How many forests and how many animal species are wiped out because there is “no money” to find alternative sources for what we need? Fukishima is poisoning the planet. We have nuclear power because there is “no money” for fusion power or solar power.

    ALAN: A gigantic bell is ringing in my head with the message: Prevention is our only hope; there is no cure for this institutionalized ill. Gee whiz Konrad, I’d better stop there on point one. Otherwise this response will become way too long. Can you see what I’m getting at?

    KONRAD: Yes I can, and there are some more things about this money scam I would like to share with you here if you are interested.

  1. #11 by Darwin26 on February 11, 2015 – 8:06 am

    Actually replies to both Alan and Konrad, excellent conversation ~ }thank you
    As a Socialist and Atheist since birth the one thing that i figure to be the most difficult is to find good watchmen and women… people chosen by the gov’t to make sure our libraries are working, to our deadly nukulur power is regulated ETC, (people who can’t be bought nor sold). And people’s Reps that will impeach and/or certainly suffer consequences when the Socialist treasuries are ripped off by Wall St K-Street and the Statagon… These reckless invasions are the jingoists soapbox … the will of the Chosen is to pour those points into and onto any weak link an even the healthy countries don’t escape the Jooo…

    When we have another chance to turn the system to a total Socialist system, will we have some solution from the pay to play cronies by moral trust worthy people?

    There have been chances to turn the tables for instance had we won with Single Payer we would have put the wooden stake in the heart of the Capitalist Insurance Cartel …but instead the Neo-libs in charge played all the shots and the poor lose. The Rich get the best. You rarely see rich ppl in casinos, rarely in scams, save the Madoff types and there’s a lot of them in almost every walk of life.

    No question we have a rather Socialist structure within our uhhh Plutocracy… but they keep on trying to kill us with this austerity///genocide and the structure is in need of a new paint job.

    One question if you please: RE the Money $$$ ‘abstractness’ of hedge funds / Credit Default Swap///Derivatives/ Etc i heard that those instruments are leveraged to the hundreds of trillion$$$ ~ at this point is where i get lost ~ How is it that these ‘phony’ Points, these trillions of dollars printed from thin air with nothing to back them up like Gold can be lethal us, (who’s involved?) ? What is it that makes them think our treasury is their (Wall St/Bankers) personal vault. Such a Capitalist thing to do; Is this some kind of Capitalist sport? Betting on debtors/things to lose and Winning off another’s losses…would not be possible in a Socialist society.
    You and i know these points are abstract but they have real dimensions… funding food and shelter for the homeless would be one of them… but we are told there isn’t enuff money/points. Are the Rich hording all the points, doesn’t make since.
    Can’t we agree to not recognize these pernicious deeds and instruments and skip this debtor insanity?
    Thank you,
    Will

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    Dear Will, I am very grateful for your questions and comments. Please ask more questions if you are so inclined.

    Some responses to your comments above…

    [1] Actually we have a socialist system now. It’s just that our socialist system works for the rich at the expense of the rest. (“Socialism for the rich, and slavery for the rest.”) All societies are socialist, since a “society” consists of people who interact with each other. The question is whether this interaction benefits everyone equally, or benefits mainly rich people.

    If you look closely at so-called “anti-socialists,” you will see that they are hyper-socialist. It’s just that they want society to benefit Jews, rich people, and warmongers at the expense of everyone else. They want the 99% to work for the 1%.

    What I’m saying may seem like a matter of mere semantics, but I am pointing out the hypocrisy of so-called “anti-socialists.”

    [2] Regarding single-payer, I doubt we will ever have it in the USA, since single-payer is perhaps THE single most obvious dividing factor between a sane and an insane society. The USA is not sane.

    [3] Thank you for understanding that austerity is genocide (literally), since it causes mass death. I have often commented here at T.U.T. that it is difficult to kill millions of people. We use guns and bombs to slaughter endless numbers, but there always seems to be more. However it is quite easy to kill millions of people via famine. You simply confine them to some area and cut off their food. Historically, famine has killed more people than have all wars, diseases, and natural catastrophes combined.

    Austerity is engineered famine. It is a way to cut off people’s food by cutting off their interaction.

    With austerity we have no money to buy anything. And yet, many economists claim that austerity is prosperity! They claim that famine is plentitude.

    Austerity is indeed prosperity….for the rich at the expense of the masses. The sole purpose of austerity is to widen the gap between the rich and the rest.

    [4] You asked a good question about derivatives. To begin with, money is not physical. Money is a mere abstraction, a scoring system, or a points system. However I have tended to talk about government-created money in order to dispel the endlessly repeated lie that the U.S. government is “broke” and “in debt.” Because of this lie, politicians get away with countless other lies. Politicians claim that there is “no money” for anything that benefits the masses (e.g. single payer health care), and yet there is infinite money for anything that benefits the rich (e.g. wars and Wall Street bailouts).

    Government-created money is the public sphere. Derivatives are in the private sphere. Derivatives are scams within scams. They are “leveraged,” meaning they are essentially bets on bets on debts on debts. Since these scams are private and unregulated, they should not involve the U.S. government in any way. The private players should shoulder all losses from their bad bets. However this world is insane. When Wall Street’s bets go bad, the scammers get bailouts from the government.

    This happens because in today’s world, the way to make the most money is by making money from money. That is, by speculating in the derivatives scams. These scams produce absolutely nothing of value for society, but they make the players so rich that they can buy politicians.

    I call this process “financialization.” It is the supremacy of Wall Street over Main Street. Financial capitalism (which produces nothing except more wealth for the rich) has eclipsed industrial capitalism. “Financialization” is killing us. It means that everything and everyone now exists to serve the casino where rich people play. Our function in life is to make rich people richer.

    This brings up a related question. If the scammers get bailed out by the US government, and if the US government can create infinite money, then why are these derivative scams so dangerous? The answer is that only about 20 percent of the money in the US economy is created by the US government. Worse, 98% of that government-created money is destroyed each year via federal taxes. Another $350 billion a year is siphoned abroad (but not destroyed) via the US trade deficit.

    Hence the vast majority of money in the U.S. economy consists of credit (i.e. loans, i.e. DEBT) plus derivative scams and the instruments traded in various markets (e.g. bonds).

    The government creates money. So do banks and shadow banks. (When people claim that “All our money is lent to us by Jews,” they erroneously think that all money costs of bank loans. They forget the $3.6 trillion that the US government creates each year.)

    Many state, county, and municipal governments play in the derivatives casino, and they get fleeced by Wall Street.

    The point is that our economy is so tied up in the casino that our economy will crash if the casino crashes. That’s the danger of the derivatives scam.

    It shouldn’t be this way. In a sane world, most of the money in circulation would be created by the US government, since this money is not loans. In a sane world, we would only have millionaires, not multi-gazillionaires like we have now. But this world is not sane. Not remotely. We are slaves to the scammers and the casino players because the players have money to buy all politicians.

    [5] You ask, “How is it that these ‘phony’ points, these trillions of dollars printed from thin air with nothing to back them up like gold can be lethal?”

    Gold does not back up money. On the contrary, money backs up gold. Without some kind of monetary system, gold would have no monetary value. Gold would have ornamental value, and a bit of utilitarian value (gold is an excellent conductor of electricity), but no monetary value. A ton of gold would not be worth one penny (since there would be no pennies).

    When the Europeans invaded the New World, they were gold-happy, since gold had monetary value back in Europe. As the Europeans madly searched for gold, they slaughtered and enslaved the natives. Meanwhile the natives had no monetary system like the European system. For the natives, gold was a mere ornament, a trinket. Hence the natives thought the gold-happy Europeans were insane. What drove the Europeans insane was the European money system.

    The false idea the money is “backed by” gold is an outgrowth of the false idea that money is physical and limited. In reality, money is no more “backed by” gold than are the points on a sports scoreboard. Gold has no intrinsic monetary value whatsoever.

    But if that is true, then why do some governments stock up on gold? The answer is that we have monetary systems, and in a severe crisis, a government can sell its gold on some kind of exchange (or market) in return for badly needed foreign currency.

    However, since gold is limited, the monetary worth of gold is limited. The real power lies in having your monetary system be the preeminent system in the world The USA is the most powerful nation not because it has gold, but because US dollars are accepted everywhere. Thus, the USA can buy the world, using dollars created out of thin air. Whether or not the US government has any gold is irrelevant.

    But politicians don’t want you to know this. Politicians want you to think that gold has intrinsic monetary value (which it does not). This delusion supports the lie that US dollars are limited. Since gold is limited, US dollars must also be limited, right? Hence there is “no money” for single payer health care, for example. Hence politicians will not say whether there is any gold in Fort Knox, or in the vaults of the New York Fed. (Not that it would matter anyway.) Politicians want to keep you confused and enslaved.

    [6] You ask, “You and I know these points are abstract but they have real dimensions… funding food and shelter for the homeless would be one of them… but we are told there isn’t enough money/points. Are the rich hording all the points?”

    No, you cannot hoard something that is merely an abstraction; a mental construct. (Can you hoard ideas? Can you hoard words, or the number “3”?) Points have no physical existence, yet we agree to abide by the scoreboard so we can have a game. Likewise, money-points have no physical existence, yet we agree to abide by the scoreboard (i.e. our money system) so we can have a society. The rich rule by controlling the scoreboard. They do this via lies, scams, and deceptions. A thousand points for you, and a billion points for me. It’s only fair, right? Don’t complain to me. Complain to the referees (which I own) and to the scoreboard (which I have rigged against you).

    [7] You ask, “Can’t we agree to not recognize these pernicious deeds and instruments and skip this debtor insanity?”

    Yes, but that would require us to overcome the delusions of the herd, which is very difficult. Lies about money are like lies about the holo-hoax.™ They offer something for everyone at all levels. That’s why the lies continue. It is also why the enslavement continues.

    The peasants are conditioned to think of money as something physical and limited, so they will remain slaves. But what if the slaves woke up and realized that there is plenty of money for single payer health care and anything else they want? It would be miraculous.

    And indeed, that is what a miracle is: a shift in consciousness. For a cave man, it would be miraculous that we can fly in airplanes. But this miracle consists of knowing the principles of aerodynamics, which are available to the cave man too. (However, manned flight might violate the cave man’s taboos and religious beliefs.)

    Most people are like cave men. They angrily reject the simple principles of money. Like I said, the lies have something to offer almost everyone. Hence, almost everyone is a slave.

    I am enjoying our conversation, and I hope you will ask more questions. —Konrad

  1. #12 by lolathecur on February 11, 2015 – 1:33 pm

    Reblogged this on Lolathecur’s Blog.

  1. #13 by Alan Kerns on February 11, 2015 – 6:36 pm

    Yes please, Konrad. That cartoon – “Sorry folks, but we have to shut down the game. There are no points.” makes a fundamental point very clearly. I’ll let you take the lead in where you want the discussion to go and how far to take it. Money is an immense issue with endless ramifications; while at the same time, that all stems from a simple confidence trick which has grown into a global legalized criminal empire.
    Over to you.

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    This was going to be a comment, but I made it into a post…

    https://theuglytruth.wordpress.com/2015/02/12/the-truth-about-money-part-3/

    My next comment (or post) will probably be about the “national debt” scam.—K

  1. #14 by Daniel Noel on February 12, 2015 – 1:43 am

    The distinguished author deserves a “B” in proffering astute logical fallacies. I shall test him a bit further, quoting: “Chavez said 9/11 was a false flag numerous times. Google the words “Hugo Chavez 9/11,” and start reading.”

    Start reading? He may want to follow his own advice. Will he find that Chavez is concerned that Venezuelans are not sufficiently aware of 9/11’s essence?

    If so, he may want to dig further and address my original criticism of Chavez that triggered his quote, which he ostensibly completely misunderstood. If he finds that Chavez clears it, he is a top-notch manipulator of facts and logic, and his “B” will become an “A.”

    Chavist fanaticsm may not be as evil as the Zionist fanaticism often pilloried on this web, but is hardly more intelligent.

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    The SYRIZA sellout

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    I know it’s disappointing, but the truth is better than fairy tales. (Unless you prefer fairy tales, in which case you’ll love the wonderful holo-hoax.)

    I’ll get to SYRIZA after some introductory remarks…

    Many T.U.T. readers erroneously think that all US dollars are lent into existence by Jewish bankers.  As I have explained in my ongoing “Truth About Money” series, plus my responses to reader comments, this idea ignores the fact that the US government also creates money out of thin air. The difference is that government-created money is not credit. It is not issued as loans. It is not debt. It is not borrowed from anyone, and is not lent to anyone. It is simply created and distributed.

    Unfortunately, not enough money in the US economy exists as government-created dollars, and too much money exists as credit (i.e. bank loans, i.e. DEBT). Politicians maintain this situation because Wall Street pays them to. The paucity of government-created dollars forces you to seek loans from banks, which makes you a debt slave.

    The irony is that what T.U.T. readers erroneously think happens with the USA really does happen with euro-zone nations that have trade deficits, like Greece and France. Since those nations can no longer create their own money out of thin air (like the US and UK governments can) and since they have no euros coming in via a trade surplus (like Germany does), these nations must borrow all their money.

    Hence they are locked into a debt and austerity death spiral. Unless Greece can establish a huge trade surplus like Germany has, or unless Greece dumps the euro and returns to the drachma, so that Greece can resume creating its money out of thin air, Greece is doomed to keep falling further into debt and austerity forever. This is mathematically inevitable.

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    Greece must borrow all its money from the Troika, and from various bankers, and by selling bonds. Every “bailout” is a bailout only of the creditors, with more debt dumped onto the Greek masses. Greece’s debt to the private bankers is already €320 billion, and climbing.

    It’s like having a credit card with a balance you can never pay off. You take on more and more debt in order to keep paying on your existing debt. Your creditors get all the cash from the Troika, and you get all the debt. The pundits, professors, and politicians call this a “bailout.” You lose everything, while the creditor-thieves scold you for “continuing to live beyond your means.”

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    The debt goes to the Greek masses, but not to the Greek politicians, who are fat and happy, and are bribed by the bankers to keep using the euro, so that Greece keeps going further into debt. Greek politicians don’t suffer from austerity.  They live in luxury, while Greek commoners live in a nightmare. This is the euro scam.

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    This scam causes all euros in the euro-zone to ultimately flow to Germany, while all the debt flows back to the Greek and French masses. It’s like sending all your children to the Germans, who eat them, and who then defecate into toilets, flushing the sewage back to you. They call their sewage a “bailout.”

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    All the euro-zone politicians collaborate with the euro-scam. They are bribed by the bankers to keep it going by keeping the euro. Pundits and professors are also bribed (i.e. they will be fired if they speak the truth). Any candidate for political office who speaks the truth has no chance, since the bankers will give oceans of euros to his opponents.

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    There are 335 million people in the Eurozone, and very few of them are willing to admit these simple facts. But then, very few of them are willing to admit the fact that the holo-hoax is a lie.

    SYRIZA

    SYRIZA has has always been a fraud, because SYRIZA has always defended the euro scam. And because of the euro scam, Syriza has had to break all its campaign promises. This is no surprise at all.

    (Some T.U.T. readers attacked me for condemning Syriza. They wrote, “Why don’t you give them a chance?” But I already knew that Syriza was  sellout, since Syriza defended the euro. By doing that, SYRIZA has no choice but to sell out.)

    After a month of negotiations with Greece’s creditors, Syriza has unconditionally surrendered. Nothing will change. The debt and the austerity will continue to kill the Greek masses, while Greek politicians (i.e. SYRIZA) will continue to live in comfort.

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    THE BIG LIE

    The purpose of the Big Lie is to continually widen the gap between the rich and the rest. In the USA the Big Lie is that the US government is “broke” and “in debt,” and must have “deficit reduction” and a “balanced budget.”

    In the euro-zone the Big Lie is that the euro and austerity are right, necessary, and good. The Big Lie says that if the Greek masses escape from their torture dungeon by dumping the euro, they will suffer disaster. It will be as though Europe is wiped out by an asteroid from space.

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    This lie, like all Big Lies, is the exact opposite of the truth. Nonetheless, the Greek masses reject the truth, and believe the lies.  So do the French masses, who march in nationwide solidarity when some Jew gets killed, and who are equally united in their insistence on debt slavery, since they adore the euro.

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    Incidentally, Golden Dawn members understand all this. They want to dump the euro so that Greece can recover. But they are easily silenced by lies, by exaggerations, and by accusations of being “neo-Nazis.” Most people believe these lies about the Golden Dawn. It makes them feel righteous as they suffer in  poverty.

    So Syriza will keep letting “bailouts” go the rich creditors, and keep letting more debt and austerity crush the Greek masses. Unemployment and privatization will continue to explode.

    And since the masses know that the Troika is evil, Syriza has simply erased the Troika from existence. In Syriza’s new written agreement with the money masters, Syriza no longer calls the Troika the “Troika.” Syriza’s written agreement calls it “the institutions.”

    Naturally the corporate media outlets are all praising the Syriza sell-out. They say it has given Greece a last minute financial lifeline. Translation: Syriza has further cemented the euro-scam, which means more debt, austerity, and inequality for the masses (but not for the Syriza politicians, who are bribed by the bankers.) Remember: 90% of all “bailout” money goes to Greece’s creditors, while 100% of all the debt goes to the Greek masses. Anyone who defends this scam, and SYRIZA, is a (profanity deleted).

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    “OBAMAS”

    Alexis Tsipras of Syriza is an “Obama,” i.e. someone who pretends to care about the masses, but works only for the bankers. Sometimes the masses become so restless that the money masters can no longer rape them by using right-wing politicians. At that point the money masters select a left wing puppet, and tell him to make wonderful campaign promises. As soon as the money masters install their left-wing puppet in office, the puppet  does an about-face, becoming a far worse warmonger than his predecessor, and a far stronger friend of the rich. He is an elitist, and yet the media outlets continue to call him a “populist” and a “socialist.” This is done to keep the masses brainwashed. (“HE cares about you.”) That is an “Obama.” (Shall we list all the campaign promises that Obama himself has broken?)

    Eventually the masses grow so disappointed with the “Obama’s” sell-outs and broken promises that they elect right-wing puppets to “punish” the left wing puppets. Then the cycle repeats.

    This pattern never varies, and the masses never catch on to it. Despite SYRIZA’S (predictable) betrayal, multiple polls show that the Greek masses still love Syriza.

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    SYRIZA’s capitulation to the money masters proves that SYRIZA will bring more debt and austerity to the Greek masses, who will suffer more than ever.

    Despite this, the Greek masses are now saying that “Syriza lets us hold up our heads with dignity.” Incredible, isn’t it?  SYRIZA is even worse than the previous government, and yet the masses love it!

    Even though SYRIZA immediately broke just about all of its campaign promises, average Greeks still believe every new lie from SYRIZA. For example, the Public Power Corporation (the biggest electric power company in Greece), is 49% privately owned, and is scheduled to become 100% private in 2016.  The Greek masses have faith that SYRIZA will oppose the full privatization, but SYRIZA has already broken so many promises, that one more broken promise won’t mean anything. Also scheduled to be privatized is DEPA, a company that supplies Greece with natural gas by piping it in from Turkey and Bulgaria.

    In all cases without exception, privatization always means a tripling of utility rates for the masses. It means a wider gap between the rich and the rest.

    Meet the new boss. Same as the old boss.

    No. Worse than the old boss.

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    A word on “holocaust”™ indoctrination

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    No matter how badly you are exploited, you don’t become an actual slave until you start believing your tormentors’ lies. At that point you are fully controlled by your masters. Until then, you are merely abused.

    The masses choose slavery by choosing to believe their masters’ lies (their masters being Jews, bankers, rich people, and their puppets).

    Two examples are the lie that Europe must defend the euro currency at all costs, and that the U.S. government is “broke,” or has a “national debt crisis,” and must have a “balanced budget” and “deficit reduction.”

    These lies are repeated a hundred times each day in blogs, magazines, newspapers, and textbooks. Average people internalize the lies, believe them, repeat them, worship them, and use them as weapons to attack anyone who wanders from the herd, and who strays toward the master’s mansion on the hilltop.

    Incidentally the Israeli government tells the same lie to average Israelis. (“The government can’t spend money it doesn’t have.”) Likewise in Iran, rich oligarchs who currently hold the presidency tell the same lie to average Iranians. Chinese party bosses tell the same lie to average Chinese. It’s a global phenomenon.

    Always and everywhere these lies have only one purpose, which is to increase inequality. That is, to widen the gap between the rich and the rest.

    The holo-hoax is woven into all this, since Jews use the hoax to co-rule with rich Goyim. Jews collaborate with the Goyim to maintain the gap between the rich and the rest. The hoax gives endless privileges to Jews, and lets the slaves attack as an “anti-Semite” any fellow-slave who strays from the herd.”

    Anyway, I am interested in the methods that various countries use to spread Jewish filth. As it happens, the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization teamed up with the George Eckert Institute for International Textbook Research to find out how well the hoax is being spread in India.

    The George Eckert Institute in Braunschweig Germany is dedicated to improving “education” (i.e. hoax programming) throughout the world. They do things like police Palestinian textbooks to make sure that the schoolchildren are learning only what the Jews want them to learn.

    The Eckert Institute looked at five history textbooks in India (even though Indians speak 122 major languages, plus 1,599 other languages).

    All but one of the five textbooks repeats the magic number of six-million-innocent-Jews killed. Shockingly, however, none of the five textbooks mention the word “holocaust”™ or its Hebrew equivalent “shoah.”™

    This is a reverse-trademark infringement, in which people fail to repeat a slogan or buzzword every five minutes.

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    Just as egregious, Indian textbooks commit the crime of “moral equivalency” by not treating Jews as the only “victims” of World War II.  Instead, the textbooks treat Jews as just one group among many that were caught up in the war.

    Equally troubling, Indian textbooks treat the hoax as overshadowed by the events of the overall World War, as though the (factual) deaths of tens of millions of people were as important as the (fictional) deaths of six million of the Chosen.

    Chinese textbooks also commit the crime of “moral equivalence.” They refer to the hoax as a genocide, but they compare it to the Japanese invasion of China in 1937.

    Outrageously, Chinese texts treat the massacre of 300,000 Chinese civilians by Japanese troops in Nanjing as more historically significant to China than is the Jewish hoax. This is like claiming that the deaths of 650,000 Americans in the US Civil War is more important to American history than is the hoax in Europe.

    Chinese textbooks mention the humiliation of Jews, plus the (fictitious) gassing and (non-existent) “medical experiments,” but the Eckert Institute says the textbooks do so in an “oblique way.” The only event covered in some detail is when Jewish refugees arrived in Shanghai in 1938.

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    Textbooks in Pakistan, Sri Lanka and Bhutan all make only “oblique references” to the hoax, without making it the central event of World War II.

    Schoolbooks in Nepal don’t mention the the hoax at all!

    Source

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