"Wherefore We must interrupt a silence which it would be criminal to prolong, that We may point out...as they really are, men who are badly disguised." Pope St. Pius X, September 8, 1907, Pascendi Dominici Gregis

Sunday, May 28, 2017

How to Survive [and Avoid] the Coming Cashless Society

It is fairly common knowledge at this point that the technology exists to implement the system mentioned in Revelation.
And he shall make all, both little and great, rich and poor, freemen and bondmen, to have a character in their right hand, or on their foreheads. And that no man might buy or sell, but he that hath the character, or the name of the beast, or the number of his name. DRBO
This "character" or "mark"is nothing more than that implantable microchip you saw on that billboard for your dog in case he gets lost. Believe me, you'd rather have a few lost dogs here and there than be a participant in the beginnings of this coming satanic system.

The microchip will take the place of your credit and debit cards. Ever notice how the new microchip debit and credit cards are actually less convenient than they used to be? Yeah, that's totally on purpose. Once you get the implantable microchip you can just waive your hand over the cash register and you're done.

Of course, life is not primarily about convenience. The entire banking system as we have discussed ad nauseum on this blog is set up so that it is nearly impossible to succeed economically without debt, and yet, with debt, even if you do succeed it is really the satanic overloads of our banking system that own your enterprise. It is only a matter of time before a business encounters the ugly side of the credit cycle, and the only men who can print money out of thin air buy your enterprise at rock-bottom prices.

There remain only a few ways to avoid dependence upon this credit system and ensure you have a chance for survival even after the cashless society is implemented, especially if you hold any kind of traditional cultural beliefs.

You must buy rural property and pay it off. Live off the land, own the land, and you will be less dependent on the banking system. You can grow your own food. Yes, it is a subsistence living. But it is a living, and its free from the domination of the banking system. Bad economy or robots take away your job? That's ok. You can take care of yourself.

Implementing this strategy is the only way the population in developed countries will have a fighting chance against the satanists that have totally infiltrated and taken over our highly centralized and efficient institutions. We must start again to build civilization from the bottom up. We have no choice.

Can your land be expropriated? Yes, but unlike Russian peasants during the Bolshevik Revolution, Westerners have a history not letting this kind of thing happen easily.

The only economic system compatible with both modern production methods and a Christian natural order is the one proscribed by Austrian economics.

Wednesday, May 24, 2017

Is Libertarianism Catholic?

Libertarianism is contextually correct. The discovery that private property rights and its logical accompaniments are the basic principles of social order, outside theistic considerations, is no small feat. True economics, and by this we mean the Austrian School, actually does much to remind man of his limitations before a system the ultimate workings of which he does not and can never fully understand. Frederich von Hayek most especially couches his economics in terms that remind us no man as a social planner can ever attain sufficient knowledge to plan the economy better than the market, a naturally arising institution based simply on the dictum 'Thou Shall Not Steal' and its corollaries whose functioning accomplishes more than the actions of any one participant. Ludwig von Mises of course drives the dagger straight into the economic errors of Russia, proving logically that a socialist economy cannot calculate and therefore can never out-perform a market economy.

Libertarianism also serves as an antidote to the excess of state-worship that dominates post-Enlightenment philosophy. Catholics should not be underwhelmed to realize one of the key tents of the enemies of the Church, especially Freemasonry as Cardinal Rodriguez of Chile points out, is the abolition of private property. Almost for this reason alone and because the Church always stands against the spirit of the age, should the catholic be endeared to the study of private property. But property rights themselves can be taken to an extreme. We have argued that prosperity for its own sake can undermine the fundamentals that led to the prosperity in the first place.

Libertarianism as its own project, therefore, is not complete. The majority of man is not sufficiently rational to accept and abide by the norms of libertarianism. Only faith can provide a stable basis for the majority of mankind to accept the natural truths delineated in a book like Human Action by Ludwig von Mises.  That is to say, most men cannot wade through such a tome and even if they did, would not sufficiently understand what they had read. However, men can accept on good faith that what is being taught to them is the truth from a higher authority. The libertarian project must be re-integrated with the very social movement it, as Murray Rothbard highlights in his Economic Thought Before Adam Smith, spun off from, namely Thomistic Catholicism.

On the one hand, libertine libertarianism - that is, unconstrainted by a moral order higher than itself - contains the seeds of its own destruction, undermining the very human identity prerequisite to the existence of the market as a self-sustaining order. On the other, Catholicism will have to learn how to thrive in the modern world, and this means accepting modern means of production and reintegrating them with God's fundamental moral order. The only solution is for the market-based private property social order that libertarianism represents to find its home again within a larger Catholic culture so that the excess of materialism to which markets for their own sake naturally lead can be mitigated by a sufficiently militant humility only found through faith in Jesus Christ and His Church.

Sunday, May 14, 2017

And Now For Something Completely Different

It took the Trump administration only six months from its election date to transform from the most serious-minded opportunity for political reform in the last 50 years into a Monty Python-esque caricature of its brief, former self. So has begun our subjection to a non-stop constantly revolving series of political distractions aimed, not so much at creating the political space for the anticipated Trump reform program, as to distract from the realization that even under a President Trump the government is not beholden to the people, but to the ever so special banking and deep state interests that created our present form of governance: Democracts want Trump FBI Director Comey to step down. Trump will keep FBI Director Comey. Will Trump keep FBI Director Comey? Comey says Trump will keep FBI Director Comey. Trump says he will keep FBI Director Comey. Trump fires FBI Director Comey. Democrats outraged, want FBI Director Comey back. Trump says he was gonna fire Comey all along. Who will replace FBI Director Comey? Trump says...

And somehow saying "North Korea" is the foreign policy equivalent of 'these aren't the droids you're looking for,' rendering even the fiercest critics of American empire and intervention on behalf of globalist interests such as Alex Jones no longer able to think critically (with the exception invariably of Ron Paul) and hold a principled line against unnecessary wars to overcome what are incessantly fabricated enemies.

Oh, yes Trump will have victories, but only the victories he's allowed to have. If we get a semblance of what we want it will be on the bankers' terms. The balance of the evidence is beginning to suggest a highly stymied Trump administration will 'magically' have the artifice of roadblocks removed once the globalist bankers complete the current iteration of the debt-fueled wealth-consolidation cycle. After which, and with the bankers owning even a greater percentage, the American economy will be allowed to flourish temporarily again under a Trump economic plan, with the price being the loss of America's special place in the world order through the forfeiture of the US Dollar's world reserve status into an IMF-based SDR system. Once this program is complete, heralded again simply because the first part of the Trump administration was so stultified that we are desperate for any kind of hint of economic renewal, the bankers will use their consolidation of power, now completed monetarily and through foreign policy, to initiate their grandest false flags, a third world war or other crisis to usher in world government and the anti-Christ microchip payment system.

It appears that the globalist have played their Trump card.