Comments on David Wilcock’s November 12, 2014 Commentary

{If you haven’t read David’s comments you can find a copy here: http://2012thebigpicture.wordpress.com/2014/11/12/david-wilcock-the-global-collateral-accounts-are-absolutely-real/}

I have a lot of respect for David’s ability to do research and to organize that research into a marketable book, however, there are things about David’s outlook on matters that I do take exception with.

I agree with David that there is no real political choice left in the U.S. as both parties are so controlled by elitist that voting for one is the same as voting for another.   I do, however, think David does those that follow him an injustice by trying to place blame on one party or one group of politically oriented people to the exclusion of the evidence.

His misconception that the “government shutdown” was harmful misses the mark! First, pretenses must be maintained of an illusion of choice for the masses so “conflict” between the parties must be maintained.   That illusion falls apart if you simply ask hard questions about why neither party presses the advantage when things are so blatantly out of whack.  Secondly, the so-called “government shutdown” brought harm to absolutely no one.   Government workers were impacted by having to stay home and not go to work but were paid for those days off after the “settlement” so they weren’t harmed.  Checks were distributed to those who receive disbursements from the government rendering no harm there as well.   So I have to ask, “David, where is the harm that you so casually talk about”?

Furthermore, your constant referral to Neocon’s is misleading in that conservatives aren’t the only ones at issue here.  The only factor about conservatives is that they may represent a political belief system different than your own but are neither right or wrong, good or bad.

Instead of some politically depraved people being even a contributing factor, what I see is a global elite that would like to control everything about the U.S. including all aspects of our “way of life”.   I note that those that belong to that elite come from all walks of life and it would appear as if they can be found across the political spectrum.   These elites have embedded themselves in the parties representing both sides and/or have managed to take control or manipulate enough politicians to control both major political parties.

When I look at the elites I see a lot of familiar names; on the “conservative” side I see Bush, Hunt, and others and names like Gates, Soros, Clinton, and others on the “liberal” side.   What they all share are groups like Bilderberger and Bohemian Grove.   Attendees at functions of these groups are often the very same people whether considered left or right and are without regard to political affiliation except for their belief that they should be “running the world”.

So why don’t we just stop trying to use name calling and simply face the fact that it is the masses against those that believe they are “the powers that should decide everything”.   It doesn’t matter who is in control of the government the end result is going to always be what is in the best interests of TPTB until the American people decide to make it different than that.

As for the Rochefeller/Israeli faction being represented by either party, may I ask, when was the last time that Congress controlled by either party went against the interests of that faction?   As far as I know they haven’t since Israel was created from Palestine by the UN after WWII.   I don’t see where trying to create a division between those that are being unjustly treated accomplishes anything.

David, you are correct in that those that voted for something different did so for entirely different reasons. They voted that way due mostly to disgust with the conditions that they find themselves in.   The long term unemployed stands at over 3 million Americans and you would be hard pressed to find someone who doesn’t know or has someone close to them that is in that group.

Most are tired of the constant struggle to make ends meet since the rate of inflation since Obama has been in office is at 12% while the wage earner’s real weekly earnings are only up 0.3%.   Food stamp recipients are up 44% which speaks to the dropping level of household incomes that is effecting most Americans.

Although unemployment numbers are given at around 6% that doesn’t take into consideration those that were dropped from the count simply because they are considered to no longer be looking for work.  Additionally, Americans live in stress of losing the jobs they have because if, god forbid, they do the average length of unemployment is still nearly 9 months before you can find a new job.   The jobs that people finally got as the “new” jobs were created weren’t in the higher hourly wage jobs they lost but in lower hourly wage jobs that were created.

Take a look at home ownership; the number of people who own their homes today is 20% less than it was in 2008 with the prospect of home ownership growing more remote all the time.   Don’t you think that also has something to do with the dissatisfaction?

You are right they are no longer buying the lie that things are better and are getting better because the people know it isn’t.   So yeah, what they voted for what may not turn out to be any better but they are hoping that at least a message is being sent to the Republicans as well as to the Democrats that lack of consideration of the needs of the people will not be tolerated.

Simply because the electorate decided to seek change doesn’t equate to any kind of “last chance” for the Republicans!   Just as the Democrats have done since 2008, they will continue to support the policies and attitudes that benefit TPTB.  The population will look and hope for an alternative but unless some independent person who can lead appears from nowhere there will be a constant back and forth shifting until the government collapses or is taken over outright by the elite.   If it collapses whether forced by economic conditions or by other means what will rise from the ashes, if the people aren’t careful, will be a totalitarian dictatorship which will give TPTB exactly what it is waiting for.  Once that happens it will be much harder to displace them but not impossible.

If Putin and the Chinese dumps their holdings of U.S. T-Notes all at once they just might shoot themselves in the foot.   Such a move could cause a sufficient backlash in the global markets that it would cause a devaluing of their own currencies to the point of causing harm to their own people.   Yet on the other hand that might not be such a bad thing.   If conditions around the world got bad enough maybe there would be enough of a “hitting the bottom” that the entire planet could come out of it creating a better place entirely.  But on the other hand that just might be the opening that the elite needs to take over world domination.

You speak of countries printing new currencies but what value would it have beyond what the current currency has?   Simply printing money doesn’t give it value.  What gives it value is the productivity of the people that use that currency and what others are wiling to trade for that currency.  If the world economy is forced to collapse who would buy what is produced?  If a country produces a new currency what incentive would there be for any other country to accept the new currency?  What you are taking about isn’t simply replacing currency but the creation of a new economic system.

[I see David has added some additional comments and I’ll comment on those tomorrow.]