In the grand theater of global politics, money is the puppet master, pulling the strings of power and influence. Politicians, those actors on the world stage, are forever hungry for more. But here’s the catch: they don’t produce anything. So, how do they amass wealth? The answer lies not in the obvious, such as hiking taxes, but in the insidious act of devaluing currency.
Consider the United States. For years, the government has been printing money like it’s going out of style. It’s how they’ve funded wars, welfare checks, and a myriad of other projects. On the surface, it seems like a victimless act. But dig deeper, and the consequences become glaringly evident.
Take a trip down memory lane to Argentina, circa a century ago. A nation that once stood shoulder to shoulder with the world’s wealthiest, boasting a rich European heritage, vast natural resources, and a capital that rivaled Paris in opulence. Fast forward to today, and the remnants of that golden era are buried under layers of graffiti, dilapidated buildings, and a population struggling to make ends meet. Nearly half of its citizens live below the poverty line, with chicken for dinner being a luxury. What led to this downfall? The relentless devaluation of its national currency.
The Argentine peso’s value plummets by 10% every month, rendering it almost useless. Essential commodities like cars, houses, and even bicycles are priced in US dollars. The government, in its infinite wisdom, has forbidden banks from exchanging dollars at market rates, pushing its citizens towards the black market. The nation’s youth, seeing no future, are fleeing in droves, leaving behind a country on the brink of collapse.
But here’s the twist: the Argentine government, backed by Western media and NGOs, seems perfectly content with this status quo. They’ve created a system that benefits only a select few, leaving the majority to grapple with the consequences. It’s a tale as old as time, where the rich get richer, and the poor get poorer.
Tucker Carlson, in his recent discourse, shed light on this very phenomenon. He spoke of a system where the majority’s desires are overshadowed by the whims of a select few. Take a look at any public opinion poll, and you’ll see a stark contrast between the priorities of the masses and those of the leaders.
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Michigan, for instance, has seen a mass exodus due to its dwindling economy and an ever-expanding government. Yet, the state’s leadership seems more concerned with fringe issues that resonate with only a minuscule portion of the population. It’s a pattern that’s replicated across the United States, from California to Texas.
The crux of the matter is that democracy, in its truest form, is a myth. The majority doesn’t rule; it’s a small group that dictates terms for their benefit. It’s a betrayal of the very essence of democracy, where the people are supposed to be in charge.
In conclusion, the silent erosion of power through currency devaluation and hidden agendas is a global phenomenon. It’s a game where the rules are constantly changing, and the players are forever shifting. But one thing remains constant: the ordinary citizen is always the pawn, sacrificed for the greater good of a select few. It’s high time we wake up to this reality and reclaim the power that’s rightfully ours.