So What Happens When We All Are Broke?

March 13th, 2009

Ponder this reader’s letter from G. Edward Griffin’s web site. (He’s one of my heroes and author of an expose on the Federal Reserve.)

Who is going to bail out the US when we citizens no longer have the money to pay?

If the goal is to reduce the citizens of the US to poor “peasants” like other 3rd World countries, then the time is coming when we peasants won’t have the money to pay the interest OR the principal on loans. Does not the whole fraudulant system then collapse? Where then is their power?

Won’t those in power eventually be shooting themselves in the foot?
Mrs. Cook, 2009 Feb 28

Hello Mrs. Cook.
G Edward Griffin This concept deserves thoughtful analysis covering many aspects of the drama but, in my view, it all boils down to this: The elitists do not expect the common man to pay for this current debt in terms of money.

In the face of crisis, people now are exchanging their personal freedom for security, or at least promises of security. At the end of that process, money as we have known it disappears and becomes merely digital impulses in accounts assigned to each person. Those digits will be used to acquire the necessities of life.

The quantity people receive will depend on their service to the state and their willingness to cooperate.

Those who obey will be told where to live and what work to do.

Those who dissent will be cut off and will starve or beg.

The elitists’ power will lie in total control over the economic lives of their subjects. Common people will support the government, not with taxes, but with human effort. They will be slaves to the system.

Money is not a significant factor under slavery. Masters do not collect money from their slaves. Instead, they possess the output of their labor.

Ed Griffin


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