Financial Resistance: What the Elites Don’t Want You to Know By James Reed
There has not much been said about financial resistance to the anarcho-tyranny that we, or at least Americans for now, us Australians tomorrow, have been subjected to. But financial advisor Robert Kiyosaki has thought this one through:
“Robert Kiyosaki, the author of Rich Dad, Poor dad says there’s something the elitists don’t want you to know. There’s a simple way to take back your power, and it involves removing yourself from any centralized banking system. These centralized systems were all set up for the elite by the elite, and they don’t want you to know you can remove yourself from the system, or the Matrix, so to speak. All you have to do is invest and spend outside of their system. Decentralized systems are already in place, and the key to breaking free involves understanding that the central banks were not set up to help you. The Federal Reserve, the United States central bank, has “printed” [created out of thin air] more than $2 trillion since the global economic crisis began, and when the Fed prints money it makes the price of assets like gold, silver, and Bitcoin go up. As Robert Kiyosaki says, central banks are run by the “controlling elite.” These elites do not like gold or because central banks cannot print gold. Equally, central banks do not like Bitcoin and the blockchain because what Robert calls people’s money, does not need central banks either. Today, billions of people are trapped in a central banking system owned by the mega-rich and are losing big time because they are saving money. Kiyosaki says he knew the “leaders” of the world were screwed up, but even he didn’t think they were as diabolical as they have revealed themselves to be. “People are missing out on one of the biggest, catastrophic cash heists, of the whole world,” says Kiyosaki. “Our governments have really screwed up,” he adds. So it’s time to leave the system or be dragged into slavery by staying in it. After all, they shut down the world to cover up something “very very big.”
That is wise and does not involve a scenario of an apocalyptic battle to the death. Starve the dragons of finance. It will take time, but eventually they may become so weak that they collapse from their own weight. I am sure Major Douglas would have approved.