A Commentary On Our Global Reset & US Dollar Collapse by Mitch Santell
The craziness that you witnessed today in the financial markets has been planned for over 100 years.
The Powers That Be, the Global Elite, the 1% love what is happening!
They are laughing their asses off.
Question: Why are they doing this?
Answer: It is called the Federal Reserve, and it is neither “Federal” Nor Is it A Reserve!
THE FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM
Anyone who is in Banking & Payments and is a bit of a history buff, would know essential flow of how our money is made. I use the word flaw deliberately, because that is what it is.
Money today is created out of thin air. It has been for decades now. There is no tangible commodity at the back end to cover it. It is all created at will and then pushed into the money supply.
There is indirect taxation because of this, i.e. inflation that is a monster by itself to deal with.
Now, whether you are a history buff or not, conspiracy theorist or not, the following videos and books are illuminating at the very least, and for those who dig deeper into it, eye-opening would be the term that comes to mind.
There is a great documentary (on which I will post separately), but I could not help but transcribe the following passage from its opening:
There is no system that is taken for granted or misunderstood as the monetary system. Taking on nearly religious proportions, the established monetary institution exists as one of the most unquestioned forms of faith there is.
How money is created, the policies by which it is governed, how it truly affects society, are unregistered interests of the great majority of the population.
And whether we are aware of it not, the lifeblood of all of our established institutions and thus society itself is … money.
Therefore understanding this institution of monetary policy, is critical to understanding why our lives are the way they are.
Unfortunately, Economics is often viewed with confusion and boredom.
Endless streams of financial jargon, coupled with intimidating mathematics quickly deters people from attempts at understanding.
However, the fact is, the complexity is so seated with the financial system, is a mere mask. Designed to conceal one of the most socially paralyzing structures, humanity has ever endured.
I don’t want to come across as a person to influence you, however, I would want that you read, watch and listen and draw your own conclusion. This is precisely one of the reasons why Bitcoins are touted as the monetary system that would serve as our savior.
When I discuss what is written above (and below) with friends and colleagues, there is almost a comical irony in it, considering I am a Banking & Payments consultant. Am I cognizant of the money flaw? Yes, I am. Can I do anything about it? Probably not a whole lot, other than educate others. What am I trying to achieve here? Nothing! Just simply sharing a book and its story.
The first thing that you need to do in order to get on the road to freedom is to get completely out of debt. The main fodder off of which the matrix feeds worldwide and at every level – personal, governmental and business – is debt. If they can keep us collectively chained to their phony fiat currency scheme, they can keep us quiet and subservient to their will.
The first debt to get rid of is ALL credit card debt. The interest rates that the Visa/Master Card Cartel charges are exorbitant. And they are owned largely by two of the biggest Illuminati-controlled banks on earth – JP Morgan Chase and Citigroup. Our destiny on this earth is certainly not to feed vampires.
Once you pay off all your credit card debt, don’t ever go there again. Cancel and cut up all credit cards but one, as sometimes one is needed to rent a car or some other thing. I keep an airline-miles-earning Visa due to its international accessibility.
Never use even this one card except for things like car rental which, unfortunately still usually requires a credit card. On the infrequent occasion that you do use it, make sure to pay the balance off by the deadline that month to avoid usurious interest charges.
No wage slave dare openly speak ill of his/her boss or of the system in general, lest they risk being fired. Without a job how can they then make their house payment, car payment and so on? Because of their debt load, many Americans – even the well-paid ones – are just one paycheck away from living on the streets.
While paying off credit card debt may seem a daunting task to those of you who are buried in the stuff, it is essential to escaping the matrix. If you are able to nothing else in this book, get out of credit card debt.
There’s a saying I heard once that made a whole lot of sense to me. “Live like no one lives now and you’ll live like no one lives later”.
The implication is to live not only within your means, but below your means. Once you begin to do this you can not only easily erase your credit card debt, you can start to save money.
Start a bank account with a small community bank if you don’t have one already. These are not evil institutions and should never be seen in the same light as the Illuminati mafia.
In fact these small banks are an integral part of any town since they finance businesses, housing, etc. One thing you will learn while exiting the matrix is how important it is to lose your dogma on a range of issues and make moral decisions based on reality rather than somebody else’s accepted theory of the day.
There are different kinds of bankers, different kinds of politicians, different kinds of business people, loggers, hunters, lawyers, etc. Some own the matrix, some sell out to it, and some work against it. That is reality. Trade in your dogma for some karma.
Starting a bank account protects you from acting impulsively in accordance with the nonstop matrix shopping program. It’s much easier to spend money you are carrying on your person or have sitting in a drawer at home. Keeping your money in a bank makes it harder for you to spend it and watching it grow will encourage you to continue working towards your freedom.
Significantly, when you’ve paid off your debt and you start a savings or checking account, you cease to be a debtor to the bankers and begin to be their creditor. That savings account you started is a loan to the bank which they then lend out at a higher interest rate. As such, the banker is required to pay you interest on that loan which, while currently miniscule and pathetic, fluctuates according to the prime rate set by the Federal Reserve cartel.
Go to a system of paying cash for everything. If you write lots of checks or use a debit card too much, it’s easy to lose track of your account balance.
I had significant debt only twice in my life. Once I took out around $5,000 in student loans to get my Bachelor’s Degree. The second time we had a $10,000 mortgage on the first property we owned.
Both times these debts were paid off within a year. The key was most definitely living below my means. The other key was working all the overtime I could get at the various jobs I had.
My father died when I was 12 years old in a car accident. We operated a farm at the time. I loved playing baseball in the summer and was a pretty good catcher and lead-off hitter, but with Dad gone money got tight, we had to sell the farm place and my Mom lined me up with my first job for a local farmer. The pay was $2.25/hour.
I learned to operate all types of farm equipment and soon found a job for $3.00/hour, then one for $4.00/hour. As farmers in the area began hearing stories of what a hard worker I was and how competent I was at operating machinery, they competed to have me work for them in the summers. At the end of my “farming phase” I was making $6.00/hour and working 60-70 hours a week. I missed playing baseball, but racked up around $4,000 in savings.
In those days interest rates were high and Mom wisely got me invested in a certificate of deposit (CD) that paid 13% interest. So when I went off to college, I had a little cushion and didn’t have to take out as many student loans as some kids.
Even so, I worked my way through college at various pizza joints (lots of free food), libraries and work study jobs. My senior year of college I worked three different jobs at once. And when I graduated I had a job lined up as a fly fishing guide on the Alaskan Peninsula that paid very well. Room and board was included and since we were in the middle of nowhere, there was nothing to spend my paychecks on.
Due to all that hard work, my student loans were paid off and I was able to save enough money for a two-month overland backpacking trip to Mexico, Belize and Guatemala. I was completely out of debt and seeing the world at age 22.
The first leg of that journey south was driven from Omaha to McAllen, TX on the Mexican border in an auto drive-away car. These companies still exist and this is an excellent way to travel for free.
Usually someone has driven their car somewhere and due to some unexpected contingency they have to fly home. Your role is to get their car back to them. Gas and insurance are paid, so the ride is free. Google “auto drive-away” and find out if you have one near you.
The second time I was in debt was when we bought our first property – 10 acres and a beat up mobile home. By that time I was 27 years old, had my Master’s Degree, had traveled solo around the world and was married to my beautiful wife, Jill.
In my travels, the lessons in simple living that my parents and grandparents had instilled in me on the farm sunk in even deeper.
We send out the Peace Corps to condescendingly “teach” the developing world how to live, while Illuminati corporations and banks plunder their resources. Ironically, I have learned so much about how to live from the global poor.
But you can see the same thing here in the US, if you look.
Mexicans come here to work the hard jobs that Americans won’t. They cram as many workers as they can into beat up mobile homes to save on rent. Nearly every dime they earn is then sent back to their families in Mexico who are socking that money away into savings accounts so that these hard-working wanderers can eventually go home and retire to a nice country home.
Don’t let appearances fool you. The Mexicans keeping those Des Moines meat packing plants humming are far more wealthy that most Americans. They are creditors.
When I got my MS in 1991, I was totally broke. So I lined up another good paying job, this time in Japan teaching English. They flew me over in Business Class, where I filled my luggage with as many free tiny bottles of Jack Daniels as I could coax out of the stewardess. They also gave us a free house to live in and car. In only five months our bank account went from $0 to $15,000. It was our first grubstake.
From Kobe, we hopped a ferry to Shanghai, China and spent three months visiting China, Macao, Hong Kong, Thailand, Malaysia, the Philippines and Hawaii. We were creditors again and seeing the world.
We spent $4,000 traveling and buying a car at an LA auction when we returned, so we rolled into the Ozarks in the fall of 1992 with a 1965 Plymouth Reliant packed to the gills. Our two dogs – Buck and Milo – had to sit atop our stuff in the back seat.
After a night sleeping in that packed car, we saw an ad for 10 acres and a mobile home for $29,900. We had a look, offered them $20,000 and moved in that night.
We put $10,000 down and signed a five-year contact for deed. When the dust had settled and the propane tank was filled, we had only a couple hundred dollars left to our name.
The only answer was to hit the ground running. I worked a variety of temporary agency jobs assembling BB guns, packing baby wipes and whatever, while Jill landed a job at a radio station. We had to borrow $4,000 from her parents to buy Jill a reliable pickup to drive to work.
Within two months I landed a job as a drill crew roustabout on a dam repair project. At $7.00/hour it was the best paying job in the depressed Ozarks. I worked 70 hours a week, taking all the overtime I could get.
During this time, I “borrowed” a copy of Abbie Hoffman’s Steal This Book from a public library which wishes to remain anonymous. For those of you who have read it, hopefully you will not wonder why I thought about calling this book, Steal This Book… Again. I learned many things from that excellent book.
Within days of finishing it, a hillbilly named John who worked at the dam, smoked massive quantities of weed and had a beard down to his knees, “borrowed” it from me. I never saw it again.
Meanwhile we were eating copious amounts of macaroni and cheese and fried bologna, dumpster-diving furniture and growing a massive garden.
One day I went in to pay the monthly house note of $250. I asked the realtor to confirm what we still owed and was shocked to learn of the word “amortization”.
For those as naïve as I was, this nasty word means that when you start to pay down a house loan, you pay far more interest than principal. As such, we owed the realtor far more than we thought we did.
Armed with this new and depressing knowledge, we hatched a plan. Jill had already quit her job at the radio station. She could no longer take the lies required to sell advertising, nor the depths that her coworkers would sink to “sell air”.
We sold the pickup we had bought for her. Because we had done our research and purchased it from a private individual, we had bought the pickup for the below-book price of $4,000. We sold it for the book value price of $4,600.
We paid back her folks, then took every dime of the rest of our savings and made a lump-sum payment of $7,000 towards the property. That done, the remaining house payments would go mostly towards principle.
Within eleven months of moving in, we paid the place off. When I went in to make the final $250 payment, the realtor was so floored at our determination that he refused to take that last check. Instead, he gave us the deed and we owned our place free and clear.
We had joked all along that they never would have sold that place to us for that price, but for the fact that they figured they’d be repossessing it a few months after we could no longer make the payments. We must have been quite the site when we rolled into their office in that packed-to-the-gills 65’ Plymouth.
We were out of debt and worn out from the grind, so we decided to rent the place out for $275/month, bought a 1978 Chevy van for $500, built a bed in it out of scrap lumber and hit the road.
A little over a year later we sold that place for $26,000. We hadn’t made much of a profit, but had lived rent free for a year and made some rental income the next year, which we spent living rent-free in that Chevy van.
More importantly, since we had the place paid off, we were able to put every penny of that $26,000 into a savings account. At age 28, we had just taken a quantum leap on the road to freedom. It changed everything.
To summarize, there are two simple keys to getting out of debt. First, work long hours and keep looking for the best paying job around even as you work a less desirable job.
Don’t settle into some low-paying job because it’s easy. Laziness is the surest way to a life of slavery. This is why the matrix is constantly sending us signals that laziness is somehow a virtue. The mantra goes that you should attempt to get by with as little effort as possible, that you are getting one over on the system by being lazy.
Like all matrix propaganda, nothing could be further from the truth. Be industrious and work hard for your freedom.
Second, you must scrimp and scrape and live below your means. Turn down the heat in winter and use blankets, open the windows in the summer, don’t buy anything you don’t absolutely need and sell things you have that you don’t need. Be proactive. It’s your life.
And remember, if you live like no one lives now, you will live like no one lives later.
Reflections On The Invasion of America by Mitch Santell
There are independent truth seekers all over California who are doing their best to get the truth out.
Watching the takeover of Los Angeles is not a fun thing for me as a 3rd Generation California.
What would you do if these people attended your local city council meeting?
We have a combination of illegals, undocumented as well as American Homeless all across the country with Los Angeles hosting over 25% of all homeless in America.
Do you realize that Congress allows 22 to 25 million illegal aliens to remain in our country without fear of deportation? (Source: Yale University Study, Oct 2018) How do they do that? Congress refuses to enforce Federal Law Section 8 USC 1324, within our nation. In fact, employers of illegal aliens do not face arrest, prosecution or prison because your two senators and House member refuse to do their jobs.
What do you pay? According the latest figures atwww.FAIR.org, you pay $113,000,000,000.00 (billion) annually to maintain those illegals as to educating and feeding their children, along with medical care, and ESL courses, plus 12 agencies who must address this invasion with your money.
But that’s not all, each state pays into the millions of dollars for illegals operating in their area. Illegal migrants cost Michigan $928 million in 2018. In California, it’s into the billions of dollars as they feature over four million illegal aliens and possible as high as six million. They’re slithering into welfare offices in all the major cities around America.
Do you think it’s going to stop? Do you think it’s going to become better? Do you think you will ever stop paying for legal and illegal immigrants? Answer: sorry, you will pay more and more as our U.S. Congress continues toimport a permanent underclassinto America.
Why do you think millions of people around the world live in misery? Why do their countries suffer poverty, hopelessness and dictators? Answer: their leaders and citizens lack the intellectual horsepower to create viable social, political and economic systems.
Why are Western countries successful? Answer: very smart people and very good educational systems built up by very smart people! Average IQ in Canada, America, Europe and Australia runs around 100 to 105.
Why are places like Africa filled with illiteracy and horrific poverty, overpopulation and futility? Answer: illiteracy dominates most African countries at 65 to 75 IQ’s in Sub-Saharan Africa and 75 to 85 in upper Africa. Check for accuracy:www.brainstats.com
In fact, the most successful countries average 105 IQ’s of the general public such as Japan, Singapore, and China. Whereas Somalia, Ethiopia, Sudan, Congo, Kenya and others run an average of 68 IQ.
It might be noted that third world birth rates, driven by illiteracy and failing countries, contribute 83 million new babies, net gain, annually. That’s where all those third world people, and soon to be immigrants to America and the West, accelerate their numbers.
Since the line continually grows and accelerates, with those realities facing us, why are we importing 1.0 to 1.2 million legal immigrants annually and another 500,000 illegally? What exactly do we think will happen as we import millions of intellectually challenged people. As a matter of fact, America’s average IQ has dropped from 100 in 1965 to 98 in the last 50 years. We feature no less than 45 million foreign born from mostly third world countries.
How do you think that will play out in another 30 years as we add another 110 million more immigrants and their children? Take a guess!
A Commentary On Connection, Love & The Collapse by Mitch Santell
Here in America, we have so much to be grateful for as we watch the world go a bit nuts. Happy Saturday dear followers and readers here in America and around the globe. Since I had the opportunity to live in New Zealand for over 5+ years, I am fascinated with how many of you are outside America checking in.
These are my humble evaluations and observations based on.
One ~ America is very divided and over the top in regards to Trump being the President of the United States. Trump talks like a regular person, and it drives the establishment and the power elites out of their minds.
Two ~ President Trump followed up the previous remarks that I just shared with you, by holding an impromptu press conference with members who work border security for America.
Now for a few words from Nancy Pelosi who I understand will be the official spokesperson for Dementia this year.
Can you believe this? Nancy Pelosi said that “The Wall Is An Immorality!”
The mess that is ever increasing at the USA Mexico border is not very fun to watch but for so many of us we watched as Germany, France, and many other countries were flooded with thousands daily from the middle east.
As a person who has empathy and sympathy for other people, I can understand why people around the world want a better life.
The challenge is that here in America we are struggling too and while the unemployment rate is low we still have to do what we can to bring every dollar home.
It has often been said that “those who don’t remember their history are doomed to repeat it,” that is not actually accurate. The real line is: “Those who do not study their history are doomed to repeat it!”
The number of people who read my blog, I don’t worry about. What I do worry about is are there others around the world who are picking up my posts.
The answer is yes. This is a map of my blog from today.
In the you can’t make this up department by Mitch Santell
(The commentary is 6 minutes and 26 seconds).
There has never been a better time to pick up media globally throughout the world. Each and every day not only do I check in with the English version of China news, I also check in with local broadcasts in Southern California to pick up what is on the minds of local radio hosts.
The homeless problem is getting out of control in downtown Los Angeles and now it’s bleeding it’s way here to Orange County, California.
How do I know this?
Answer: When I go into the local Ralph’s supermarket the cashier’s who I know on a first name basis tell me about some of the crazy stuff that happens in the parking lot.
Want some examples?
People hit other people’s cars and then leave without leaving a note.
People go into the deli section, steel the beautifully prepared sushi dishes, put it in their coat and leave the store.
People get angry in the check out lines and take it out on the store personnel for no reason.
We all must admit that we are living in extraordinary and transitional times. This is something I never thought I would see in my lifetime. What is it? The Border between the USA and Mexico Shut down.
Migrants approaching the U.S. border from Mexico were enveloped with tear gas Sunday after a few tried to breach the fence separating the two countries, while the U.S. halted all border traffic on Sunday between Tijuana, Mexico and San Diego.
U.S. agents shot the gas, according to an Associated Press reporter on the scene. Children were screaming and coughing in the mayhem.
Honduran migrant Ana Zuniga, 23, said she saw migrants open a small hole in concertina wire at a gap on the Mexican side of a levee, at which point U.S. agents fired tear gas at them.
“We ran, but when you run the gas asphyxiates you more,” she told the AP while cradling her 3-year-old daughter Valery in her arms.
Mexico’s Milenio TV also showed images of several migrants at the border trying to jump over the fence. A few yards away on the U.S. side, shoppers streamed in and out of an outlet mall.