Document:Our Spartan Future: Neo-feudalism
OUR SPARTAN FUTURE: NEO-FEUDALISM
I do want to talk about how we’ve been pumped and dumped as a nation (the EU has also experienced this) and set up to fail. I’m not going to go into the Federal Reserve and the banking institutions’ manipulation through the creation of fiat money. G. Edward Griffin’s book, The Creature from Jekyll Island, is a great resource for that. We’re experiencing a devastating engineered collapse in our economic system. Credit default swaps? Don’t get me started!
In an interesting interview on National Public Radio’s Fresh Air program, Gretchen Morgenson, NY Times Financial Columnist, was talking about a book she’s written on the ‘Financial Apocalypse’ as she calls it. Particularly notable about the interview is that although she doesn’t mention UN Agenda 21 and probably has no idea that it exists, she brings up many of the seemingly anomalous elements of the melt-down and bailout. She says that it was almost like the regulators were deliberately not protecting the borrowers and were enabling the banks/Federal National Mortgage Association (FNMA) to create a situation where they would fail. In fact legislators were being bought off by FNMA.
Of course this is a plank in the Agenda 21 platform of leveling the wealth of Americans to the level of the developing world. In the world behind the Green Mask, making home ownership affordable for everyone in the US meant bankrupting them so that they would lose their homes. Using the tactic of saying one thing but doing the opposite, the public/private partnership of FNMA (Federal National Mortgage Association) made a fortune off of bilking small borrowers, investors, and government sponsors alike. Yes, FNMA is what is called a Government Sponsored Enterprise which means that it is given preferred treatment, reduced reserve requirements etc. and government financial guarantees in exchange for presumably making home ownership more affordable for Americans. In 1999 FNMA was told by the Clinton Administration to loosen credit for low-income borrowers who could not qualify for conventional loans. This opened the way for the subprime market. For details you can read the September 30, 1999 New York Times article called Fannie Mae Eases Credit to Aid Mortgage Lending.
FNMA was a publicly traded company that went into conservatorship (government control) in 2008---after gross speculation on derivatives and the purchase of Countrywide Financial’s subprime mortgages.
Gretchen Morgenson said something very important in this interview. She said that it was a situation in which you couldn’t argue against the idea. That no one was against increased home ownership. It was like arguing against apple pie. ‘The idea was OK,’ she said, ‘it was the execution that was disastrous.’ This is a signature of UN Agenda 21. How can you be against clean air, public transportation, affordable housing, and protecting the beauty of the natural environment? The idea is OK but the execution--BY DESIGN--is disastrous. That is the point. The idea is the candy coating, the execution IS the desired outcome. As Joseph Conrad wrote in The Heart of Darkness: The horror.
You must know by now that every crisis we’ve seen (Stock Market, Housing Crash, Energy Cost Spike) has been engineered in accordance with UN Agenda 21. Gretchen Morgenson puts the blame on ‘greed’ but it’s much more than that. Greed was used as the leverage for drawing these high level thieves into position to allow the markets to crash. As long as banks were guaranteed bailouts, individual CEOs were made wealthy, and regulators looked the other way, UN Agenda 21 could be implemented. Another way to look at this is to say that everything that did happen was meant to happen by your government. Inflated bubbles that were enabled and created by lack of government oversight point to your government as the source. What are the consequences? None. Huge bailouts, no jail time, no confiscated personal assets.