Black People : Why the Federal Reserve should Go

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  1. Ankhur

    Ankhur Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    Yes

    Our lives are basically controlled by what amounts to monoply money. We live in a "system" where we are indebted by birth. This is an exclusive system that shuts people out to the point where you don't even count, unless you have something to count.

    We're taught as kids to share, but this system is not about sharing or giving EVERYONE a real to chance to live without having to sell their soul first.
    Families are torn apart by this fake money. People have no idea how much of a sucker we all are to allow ourselves to be play the way they're playing us.
     
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    All the more reason for us to try to unilaterally form a collective Black Economic safety net
     
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    Just another reason why we need to build our own economic resources
    control our communities and corner a market that we can control.
     
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    Ok no prob

    What it's really going to take to distribute "fairness" across this globe, most people are not ready to accept. Is there no other way for humans to exist and prosper without using "economics"? We can build bridges, spaceships, hand held computers, but somehow we can't out figure out how to spread the wealth were everyone can experience a great human life.

    The real problem is not "economic", the real problem is the way the human thinks. Someone will allways want more then everyone else, someone will always want to be the head honcho, someone will always want to be an "individual".

    But before we get to that point we must figure out a way to not be indebted to this banking matrix by birth alone.
     
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    Is there no other way.

    In all our brilliance, we can't see beyond "economics" and "markets"? People are only a resource in Amerikkka. You pay good money to bury dead people here. Why? How is it that dead people owe money? That doesn't sound crazy? Are we that conditioned?

    Everything we know has to change. We are living under a "history" range of about 6,000 years, when our history is at least 150,000. But you will never hear that because, this system needs ignorance to survive.

    And as long as we allow ourselves to be governed by monoply money, we will be suckered.

    Yes it will be hard to change, but to be honest it wasn't easy getting to this point in human evolution. So is there no other way to LIVE?

    "We" claim to live in a buy and sell market. NO THIS IS A SELL AND BUY MARKET. We don't buy to sell, we sell to buy.

    I don't see how being born makes a human the "selling" point of the universe.

    This present "system" excludes people. If we're going to include people so all persons born get to experience life equally, we must first change the way we think and get ready of the petty nonsense.
     
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    The wisdom , of your statement, is the presentation of the fact that the "tribal " system of indegenous "Original Man and Woman, was a bartering system based on altruism over avarice, for over 80 thousand years, and it is sad and hurtful to know that only 500 years has brocken the flow.
    The great irony of your statement is that as I read this Gary Null on PRN is talking about the inevitablity of folks haveing to come to grips with that methodology and ideology,
    of exchanging goods and skills,
    when the economy fails and peak oil runs out.
     
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    str8fiyah,

    Welcome to Destee.com, str8fiyah...you are definitely straight fire, right out the box. In fact, these are some very tall orders, str8fiyah:

    You pay good money to bury dead people here. Why?

    Is there a plan you have to stop this practice, if so lets hear it?

    Everything we know has to change.

    And how is this suppose to happen, str8ifiyah, seriously?

    when our history is at least 150,000.

    Outside of a belief in evolution, which contradicts creation, what is the proof of such a statement(150,000 years)?

    Yes it will be hard to change.

    Now this is a true statement coming from you, but I get the impression that you fault us for not coming up with methods of change, while you only identify what's necessary. Normally, when a person signals something is wrong, they have solutions for the problems; and if not, then they become part of the existing problems identified. Where would you suggest we start in making this hard thing easy?

    we must first change the way we think and get ready of the petty nonsense

    No one disagrees with you on this, for real, but where is the viable, do-able, tendable solutions? How do we begin to think differently from what we are thinking. Who becomes responsible for this change of thought? Again, these are very tall orders, with little substance toward carrying out solutions.

     
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