What do you really know about money? Did they ever teach you about what money is in school? Or has most of what you think you know about money come from the propaganda media? Chances are if you went to a government school they never talked about one of the most important things when it comes to living and competing in America. It’s strange that people will spend 13 years of their life with government employees that are supposed to prepare you for life as an adult and the never even mention money. What it is, where it comes from, how to manage it in your personal life. What’s more, most families don’t talk about money and it’s even considered taboo to talk about money with your friends. So what’s the big secret?
And it is a secret. The government is perfectly happy to keep everyone in the dark about the thing many Americans focus on the most and spend their whole life trying to acquire. All this time and energy working to for these little pieces of paper that they know nothing about. It’s insane really but it goes to show you the power of the government’s ability to socially engineer people. They’ve managed to get the entire population to spend more time working for globalist corporations and government entities than they do with their own families so that they can collect more little paper squares and nobody ever asks any questions.
For starters, let’s talk about what money isn’t. And when I say money, I’m going to focus on the American dollar although the same is true of just about any other currency issued by governments.
Money is not a representation of something physical like gold stored away in a vault somewhere like Fort Knox. While this was true at certain points in the past, the dollar has not been tied to gold since Nixon took us off the gold standard in 1971. In theory, before that you could go exchange a dollar for physical gold and dollars were simply a more convenient way of carrying and exchanging gold for goods. Because of this the government could only issue as many dollars as it had gold that it represented. This is how many people still think money works, but it hasn’t worked like that for almost 50 years.
So what is money backed by? What limits the government from printing more paper squares now? The short answer is nothing. Absolutely nothing. That’s why it was so important to the globalists that we get off of the gold standard. The government wanted to spend more money than it had, this caused countries that were doing business with the United States to begin demanding payment in gold rather then paper rectangles because they suspected that the United States might be printing more paper rectangles than it had gold. So Nixon’s fix was to just removed the connection between gold and the dollar. This way the United States could print as many paper rectangles as it wanted no matter how much gold it had and countries couldn’t demand gold for payment.
But that’s not possible, why is the dollar worth anything if it’s not backed by anything? If the government can just print out little paper rectangles isn’t that just making money out of this air? Well yes and no.
First of all money has value because the government has socially engineered everyone into thinking it has value. At least, that’s why it has value to the general public. They have convinced everyone through propaganda campaigns and by forcing people to pay taxes using these little paper rectangle that they have value. And If you don’t use their paper rectangles when paying government fines or taxes, they will use violence and force against you with people that they pay with more paper rectangles that will put you in prisons paid for by even more paper rectangles that they can print indefinitely. But that trick is only going to work on the American public. How can they force the rest of the world to use their little paper rectangles?
Well, the quick answer is the united states military. After Nixon took the dollar off of the gold standard his globalist side kick Henry Kissinger went to the Saudi royal family and cooked up a deal that essentially came down to this. You sell your oil using our dollars, and we will be your personal army. By forcing the rest of the world to pay for oil using our paper rectangles, our paper rectangles would still have demand in the rest of the world and in return we will send troops to go die in the middle east, over and over and over again, anytime those oil interests are threatened. and if the American people don’t want to go to war because they don’t understand this arrangement, we’ll just lie to them, tell them we are spreading democracy around the world or protecting our so called allies.
And that my friends is what money is. A storage not of wealth, but of military force provided by the blood and sacrifice of a propagandized public most of which will never bother question the system because they are all too busy trying to get more paper rectangles.