We all filter through information every day. We decide to believe it–or not. I suggest that it is important to take one more step and ask ourselves WHY we believe or disbelieve.
Since I became more engaged as a political “activist” several years ago, I have wondered why more people are not upset with the things happening in our country and in the world around us. The harder I have tried to share information that I have discovered, the harder it has become to understand why so many people remain numb, asleep, or indifferent. When someone suggests that serious problems exist in the country that could upset their “Don’t worry, be happy” lifestyle, most simply won’t believe it. Others believe that problems exist, but somehow that they won’t be affected by the problems.
Of course I have tried to come up with answers to understand the things that prevent people from believing that negative things could happen, are happening, or have happened in their world. Let’s keep in mind that there are levels, or degrees, of disbelief. Of course no one believes everything that they hear or read. Yet many people are willing to believe things for which absolutely no proof exists. Some people believe even in fantasies, or that those fantasies will come true, yet they will not believe things that can be directly observed and/or have been investigated and proven to be true.
Returning today to finish the work started several days ago–to expose the aspects of the globalist agenda. For any reader who missed that post it would be a good idea to go there now so as to not miss half of the story.
In the first post we moved half-way clockwise around the circle, finishing with Secret Societies. Our task now is to finish our way around the circle from there.
Health & Medicine. Many, maybe most countries in the world in which any form of organized healthcare system exists, the programs are majorly or fully controlled by the government. The USA used to be outside of this loop. For many years healthcare was paid for by the individual (patient), and in later years insurance companies became more of a factor.
In March 2010 the ‘Affordable Care Act,’ more commonly known as Obamacare, was signed into law. With that a full 19% of the national economy fell under control of the federal government. The initial configuration of Obamacare included insurance companies under a tightly-regulated system. The true wish of the globalists was to have a single-payer (government only) system, but the political forces were not sufficient to make this a reality. Now, 5 1/2 years later, the insurance companies the work within the Obamacare system are starting to fail, which will predictably lead to the single-payer system that was the original goal.
A few years back I saw this image called the ‘globalist agenda.’ I shared it with a couple of friends in Facebook—people that I was encouraging to look beyond the politics in Washington, D. C. when trying to understand what was happening in America. It’s not easy to draw people out of the trance of believing that America’s problems can be fixed if only the right people are elected to office.
No luck. So I stashed the image away in my now massive collection. Only today while looking for something else I stumbled upon it again. When I saw it I stopped and thought, “This is really it.” Every one of the points around this circle are covered. All are affecting our country (the world really) and therefore affecting us as well.
Around the Circle
It would be far too much to try to detail each point around the circle. But I would like to make brief comments on each one so that any interested reader can look deeper if they choose. Keep in mind that the globalist agenda is to repress and control the people of the world and eventually herd them into a one-world system (government, religion, and economy). I do not have the expertise to explain each point in detail, but I have learned enough in recent years to know that our lives are being affected by each one. Let’s start from the 12 o’clock position:
Finance & Economics. Maybe this point is in the highest position because it is the most important. 50 or more years ago America had a strong, industry-based economy. People had jobs—jobs that were good enough to support a family on one income. No longer true. Most of the industries and jobs have been shipped overseas, leaving Americans with mostly service-based jobs. Banking has become even more central—more monopolized by fewer international banks. Older people remember the time when a bank paid interest on money deposited. No more. Now the talk is about negative interest, meaning that depositors will be charged for the privilege of keeping their money in a bank.