o.catharnaigh wrote:I want them to see, or, rather, I want them to review what they think they saw, but I fail to do so.
Painterman wrote:Though beware - the PTB didn't get where they are by failing to anticipate countermeasures. They've prepared "alternative media" backup fantasies for each mainstream fantasy: for example, the nihilistic "everything is fake" / "nothing is real" judo throw (using your own momentum against you) designed to recapture into ineffectual Fantasyland those still reeling from discovering the fakery being foisted on the public.
But to get to the real truth, the real stuff that will have them scrambling to make abstractions of it, rather than the backasswards way it is now, we have to observe and use the senses we were blessed with. Presently, we are in a troublesome spot when we are not willing to confirm data for ourselves. So if we rely somewhat on the idea that their own competition over the centuries has revealed a bit of truth, you don't have to pick a theory that makes sense, you can pick one that suits your biases and your philosophies and world views and they will develop it for you. --Hoi Polloi
ICfreely wrote: [...]you guys insist on putting those words in my mouth in a round about way.
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o.catharnaigh wrote:it would relate to the philosophy of approaching your friends, your neighbors, and anyone else we come into contact that might still believe they are being wholly informed when they turn on the news. The reason I start this thread is simple: I am having a hard time discussing media fakery with other people. I know it's hard to convince people they've been duped.
Progressive activists generally have a superficial understanding of the term, but do not fully appreciate the depth and breadth of usury’s lethal workings. My activist friends tell me that we can get to this arcane “banking issue” later; we have more immediate concerns like social justice, environmental destruction and an ongoing war to attend to now. What they resist coming to grips with is that usury is not merely another item on a list of issues that can await its turn. It is, rather, the engine that drives all issues, whether they are nominally economic or not. Addressing it is a prerequisite to being truly relevant in any direction. “Getting it” on usury would add a crucial depth and context of understanding, and render progressive exertions truly fruitful at long last.
So long as the flow of money in the economy is fast enough, no one notices that the game is actually rigged. That is, no one notices that there is insufficient money in the system to pay interest.
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