International Finances: Will Greece exit the European Central Banks (ECB)?
Some board members of the ECB are confident if Greece steps down, then there would be no significant fallout. While others believe the opposite will happen. This is part of that soft science I’ve spoken of before that is economics …AND politics for that matter.
In a hard science, like math, physics, and chemistry, there is no grey area. Answers are very clear, consistent, and predictable: 3 x 3 = 9; force is equal to mass times acceleration; red paint mixed with blue paint creates purple paint.
Yet, in soft sciences, the answer is not always the same …it’s not always predictable, such as in psychology, sociology, economics, and politics. “Why,” you ask? I believe it’s because of one variable: People.
As hard as the cabal has tried (and has been incredibly successful, for all practical purposes, in manipulating the masses over the last few centuries –if not longer), they will not be able to “control” all of humanity. It’s my opinion that this is so because we possess free will, which of course, can take us down a whole new path of discussion regarding the manipulation of said free will –we’ll save that for another day.
Given that we possess free will and have the power to choose –and in turn– create our reality, predicting definitive and consistent outcomes within the fields of soft sciences is extremely challenging …and most unreliable. And so is the reality about the debate and uncertainty regarding what may or may not happen if Greece secedes from the ECB.
“European Central Bank board member Ewald Nowotny… indicated that he thinks the risks of contagion in the rest of Europe from a Grexit (Greek exit from the [ECB]) are manageable and that it wouldn’t have the impact it would have two years ago.” And yet from a senior banker’s view, it could be much more serious –maybe leading to financial panic.
And yet, here I must highlight for us all to remember that our world is changing …significantly, behind closed doors where hardly anything is being openly reported. It is our goal and self-declared responsibility to read between the lines, and try to assess what’s really going on with the limited information our cabal-owned mainstream media is willing to give us, in order to maintain the facade that everything is status quo.
The good news, in my opinion, is that global financial change (for the better) is occurring, as evidenced by the manifestation and overwhelming support of BRICS’ Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank. The bad news, if any, is that during the changeover, there may be a day or two or three when the banks might shut down … updating and rebooting computers in preparation for the delivery of prosperity funds and for the implementation of our new precious metals-backed monetary system.
I believe this to be a fairly easy situation in which we can prepare.
Media & Ethics: South African King Zwelithini states he was misquoted.
It’s ever-so interesting to me that “ethics” is a constant topic in the news these days. Ethics and human rights …well, it’s not really “interesting,” rather most predictable –in a good way! Awakening and identifying to the fact that we, as a collective, have been taken advantage of for centuries naturally pulls in the issues of ethics and human rights, right?
Mainstream news is saturated with stories highlighting, or exposing, such discrepancies and injustices of racism, sexism, gay rights –all sorts of ethical and human rights violations. And it continues, sadly, within media itself. Media, specifically “the news,” is supposed to be unbiased and neutral, without a prejudiced slant. They have major fire power in what we believe …did I mention “major fire power”?
Media GREATLY influences what we believe. The cabal knows this, which is why they own the multitude of TV and radio broadcasting stations…. With such power over our beliefs, they have a moral obligation to be in integrity, yet in my humble opinion, they fall way short.
It’s important we discern what we watch and hear …”is this story true?” we can ask ourselves. Of course, it’s my suggestion to turn off mainstream news completely to optimize our own “unplugging” of the propaganda, and to learn to hear and honor our own intuitive guidance.
In this story, South African leader King Goodwill Zwelithini, chief of the Zulu ethnic group, has been blamed for the death of seven people and the displacement of 5,000+ people after his comments, spoken in the native Zulu language, seemed to have been misconstrued.
“The speech that I made at Pongola was directed to peace but I cannot see it in any newspaper or on the radio. But what I see is that people are being fed just an excerpt, a small part of what I said, and also out of context, which is actually ludicrous and laughable. Even now I still challenge the media: let them come forward with the entire speech that I made. This speech has become central and very important. It has become even more important now than when it was given,” exclaimed King Zwelithini.
“It is unfortunate that we have to face this difficulty because of misreporting of what I said. There are many vile things that are being written in newspapers about me and you, the Zulu people … I am saying to you, Zulu people, peace must be first and foremost,” King Zwelithini continued.
Many occasions I’ve mentioned and believe that our controllers want to keep us warring with each other, and one way they’ve been successful at doing that is to create “imaginary borders” that they’ve outlined on a map, literally separating our countries and cultures, and pitting us against one another. For example, against Israel, against Iran, against Syria, against Russia, against China, against Ukraine, against Afghanistan …we make enemies out of anyone who doesn’t toe the line and do what our controllers demand –is my opinion.
Following my own suggestion: I ask myself “Is this story true?” Did the media misquote King Zwelithini? Or is it King Zwelithini who’s out of integrity? This is where my own discernment comes into play. This is the part when I must honor my own intuition, which may read differently from yours. And if it does, then that’s okay too!
Some people will resonate with the words and perspectives I write –that it was the media who was out of integrity and misquoted the King. And some people will read the story, disagree with me, and think it was King Zwelithini who is trying to make up excuses, so the blame does not fall on him. In either case, the point is to honor what’s true for each of us, and unconditionally accept and respect each others’ truth.
This is the whole point of democracy and the freedom of speech, right? A written column of one person’s perspective and comments is just that: One person’s opinion …nothing more, nothing less. And yet the blessing in that is we all have the freedom to choose our beliefs, to choose our Path, and to find “our people” who love us and support us, making life that much more enjoyable and fulfilling. Now there’s true freedom and democracy …and slowly but surely, my beloved peeps, we are getting there.
Across this beautiful world, We Are All One.