@truth_society During my Los Angeles presentation many people in the audience were interested in Muammar Gaddafi and his vision for a unified African currency. He proposed this currency be backed by gold and the printing press controlled by the people. This type of currency is similar to one used by the early United States and is different from today’s system which is privately owned.
The cabal controls the world through the private banking system which includes the IMF, World Bank, Federal Reserve, and other similar institutions across the plane(t). Essentially, paper money is printed out of thin air and loaned to the government (aka we the people) at interest. This currency is not backed by precious metals, and since the amount owed is always greater than the amount borrowed (thanks to interest), there is no way to ever pay off the debt. This is why the value of the dollar has plummeted since 1913 when the Federal Reserve was first created. The cabal then uses this monopoly money to buy up the real wealth of the nation which includes land, resources, and businesses.
If you control the money supply, you can control any and all aspects of a society that uses currency as a representation of energy exchange. For example, you could buy up the record labels and only promote music that lowers consciousness. You could buy the media and promote stories that keep people divided and living in a state of fear so they are more easily controlled. You could buy the food supply and pollute it with toxic pesticides so people have weakened immune systems leaving them more susceptible to dis-eases.
Gaddafi’s commitment to restoring the power of the printing press back to the people was a direct threat to the cabal and their control over humanity. The world is abundant with resources, and combined with modern technology, we have more than enough to provide every man, woman, and child basic life essentials including clean food, water, and shelter. The illusion of scarcity is a designed plan meant to keep us from reaching our full potential. Knowledge is power and if we continue to educate the people in our communities we can work together to destroy the chains that hold us back.