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Original comes out in so many different ways.
Feel who they are and recognize all they are doing.
This is the Moment You Stand Up.
This is the moment you stand up and you are Original.
THIS IS IT!
Move from Knowing to BEING.
I Love You, I love you all so much.
NOW IS THE TIME
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Heather Ann Tucci-Jarraf
Lilly Earth decoded the conversation between Bill (American Kabuki) and Heather Ann Tucci-Jarraf regarding the Sphere Alliance. The recording is at the bottom of the page.
Round Table July 27, 2015
Lily Earth gave a run down of her analysis of the recording and the contents on the Round Table talk with Lisa and Danni
As the title of the article below suggests, the flaw isn’t just in the analysis according to the author, imho but also in the remedy offered. I AM not an economist in any way whatsoever, but only an (ardent) observer. In my observation, most if not all the market/financial investigative reports by the ‘experts’ in this field are within and looking from “in-the-box” and as such could only offer band-aid remedies to what they see as the “ailing financial system” caused by blah-blah-blah. Are they wrong? Yes and No. No because its the myopic view from within. Yes if its from “outside-the-box”. The myopic view from within is that the system can be repaired and working well again as it is only slightly broken here and there. Here’s a classic:
The solution: A Financial Transaction Tax (How to deal with Wall Street)
When an industry has negative impacts on the broader public, economists call these effects “externalities.” It doesn’t mean we should destroy the industry, but rather, limit the harmful behavior. In much the same way that we should tax carbon dioxide — and do tax cigarettes and alcohol — we should also tax financial transactions.
The truth is the system is rotten at its core and designed exactly as that. How do you repair a rotten egg, which even a dog won’t eat? Fix the cooker or the rusty pan, change the chef, or burn a bigger hotter fire (QE)? That’s what they are doing…but the egg remains rotten! They need to get outside the box to see the rotten egg as Heather Ann Tucci-Jarraf did when she started the investigation on the system and revealed in her 16 page report – The Paradigm Report. She saw and revealed the impossible to repair fraudulent ROTTEN EGG. Economics/Finance is not rocket-science and it only seems complicated (by design) to mask and veil so that the simple Joe won’t see or understand it. Finance/Accounting as is everything else on this planet, is simply about IN and OUT and if you understand that you’ll get it.
“CONCLUSION: THE FRAUD AND CORRUPTION ARE TOO DEEP; THE EFFECTS GLOBAL; THE PERPETRATORS OF THE PRIVATELY HELD BANKING SYSTEM AS WE HAVE KNOWN IT FOR NEARLY LAST 100 YEARS, THE PRIVATE-MONEY-FOR PUBLIC-USE SYSTEM, HAVE ERODED THEIR OWN CREATION FUELED BY THEIR OWN GREED, TO THE POINT THE SYSTEM IS IMPLODING ON ITS-SELF; BANKING TOUCHES EVERY INDUSTRY, EVERY PERSON, EVERY ACTION ON THE PLANET AND THE EFFECTS ARE GLOBAL AND SYSTEMIC; THE BANKING SYSTEM IN ITS CURRENT FORM CANNOT SURVIVE THE EXPONENTIAL AND PERPETUAL AWAKENING OF THE COLLECTIVE CONSCIOUS AS THE INHERENT POWER BALANCES THE INJUSTICE; THE PERPETRATORS’ CONVERSION)S) OF THEIR PERSONAL ASSETS TO SUBSTANCE TO AVOID THE FINAL EQUITY CALL IS USELESS AS SAID CONVERSION(S) ARE ALREADY DULY RECOGNIZED TO BE PURCHASED BY UNCLEAN FUNDS, FUNDS PRODUCED BY SLAVERY, TRACKED EVERY STEP” OF THE WAY. – The Paradigm Report
A recent article in the Guardian mocks JC Juncker’s latest scheme to produce some €300 billion in “investment” with a magical money multiplication scheme. Naturally, we agree that Juncker’s plan is deeply flawed, to put it as politely as possible. We have pointed this out already, even before he made the financing details known, which make very little sense.
The article also correctly notes that “QE” has not achieved anything worth noting. However, it is otherwise based on an utterly flawed analysis. The author pleads for “QE bombing” the citizenry itself, i.e., he wants central banks to print money and simply hand it out to everybody. A similar proposal has been made by several economists recently, in Germany and elsewhere. It follows on the heels of the just as absurd idea that central banks should simply “cancel” the government debt they have bought.
Apparently the purveyors of these hoary inflationist schemes – which arguably are economically an order of magnitude more crazy than what modern-day central bankers have already perpetrated – have forgotten about John Law and post-revolution France. The assumption that the British pound would have retained anything close to its current purchasing power if 24,000 pounds had been mailed to every family in the UK is absurd. But this is by far not the only or even the most important problem. The main problem is that all these supporters of unbridled inflationism are making the cardinal mistake of confusing money with wealth.
…Inflationism is apparently more popular than ever. It doesn’t seem to matter how often and how consistently it fails to produce the desired results, there are always more people in the world who have an epiphany about saving the economy by printing money. When we say that the “banks have literally nothing left to lend” we are saying this: the economy has become so structurally damaged by previous credit booms that if banks indeed were to lend out more money, they would be almost guaranteed to lose most of it.
What is necessary to “fix” the economy is not the printing of more money, not even if it is distributed to citizens directly instead of being given to banks in exchange for both their dodgy and not-so-dodgy securities. The best thing government can do is nothing at all. However, we will amend this advice by adding that if governments really feel a need to be proactive, they should reduce regulations, lower taxes or simply generally shrink the State with all that implies. Read more…