It is 2011 - Time to Change the Machine, Not Jut the Driver
An Ontario municipal election occurred on October 25, 2010. A provincial election in the province of Ontario is scheduled for October 6, 2011. A federal election in Canada is a definite possibility in 2011.
It occurred to me many years ago that if the NWO (New World Order) elitists considered elections a threat to the eventual implementation of their selfish, global agenda, they would have outlawed them long ago. Elections may indeed be an illusion to pacify the masses who think they are experiencing true democracy. Throughout the 20th Century and early in this 21st Century, the political drivers have been changed frequently. However, the machine remains focused on a mission known only to the New World Order elitists - the shadow government that gives orders to the political drivers.
Election campaigns are supposed to give all registered candidates and voters opportunities to engage in discussion and share information. However, the mainstream, electronic and print media continues to ignore Independent candidates and candidates from the so-called, fringe political parties - especially if they openly promote creative ideas about modern, monetary reform.
When will the masses recognize that they as voters have the power and potential to take action to change the machine, instead of just changing the drivers? Of course, one of the best ways to initiate action to change the machine is to vote with your wallets or purses, instead of voting at the ballot box. Simply explained, this means that we-the-people have the power to change the machine by changing the way we spend our money. Shopping locally with home-based enterprises and/or small to medium-sized retail stores, instead of with the giant, transnational corporations is the optimal way to change the way we spend our money.
For those who still think that we can take back our country through the political process, permit me to share some timely information. We do need some creative ideas for innovative, political possibilities as we progress into this 21st Century. Throughout the 20th Century, voters were conditioned to ‘vote for change’ - not realizing that they have only been changing the driver and not the machine.
Especially remember 1984, and 1993 and 2006. In 1984, the voters in Canada voted out the Liberals and in 1993, they voted out the Progressive Conservatives. In 2006, once again the Liberals were voted out and Steven Harper become the 22nd Prime Minister of Canada, heading a Conservative minority government.
In the fall of 2003, the Ontario voters again ‘voted for change’ and speculation is that in the fall of 2011, the Ontario voters will once again ‘vote for change.’ If the pattern continues, the forthcoming federal election in Canada will also again ‘vote for change’ once again. Looking back over all of the municipal, provincial and federal elections of my lifetime, nothing has really changed. Will anything change with the 2011 elections? Not likely!!
As more people awaken they will realize that indeed, it is time to change the machine. In order to change the machine, we must re-educate the voters about the evil and immoral function of the design flaw of usury on our orthodox, economic system of debt money. Voters are encouraged to follow a self-imposed course of study about our orthodox, economic system by viewing such DVDs as: “The Money Masters, Money As Debt, Money - Who Creates It? Who Controls It?” With new knowledge about our orthodox, economic system, voters are more likely to vote with their brains, instead of voting with their eyeballs - s/he who has the most signs wins!
Historically and at present, laws are passed by the Parliament of Canada, therefore, informed voters may have the potential to influence sufficient candidates for political office so that any crucial votes about changing the software of the banking system could be victorious. Indeed, the usury-based software that currently manages the ever-present shortage of ‘dollars and cents’ must be replaced with a usuryfree software that manages an abundance of ‘hours and minutes’ - with a simple service change replacing the design flaw of usury.
So what do we do now? Former US Congressman, Charles A. Lindbergh Sr. warned the population about the Bankers’ Manifesto of 1892 wherein it was clearly stated that political parties were created to divide rather than unite the common people. As we progress into this 21st Century in general, and into the elections of 2011 and beyond, it is time for those of us who have become sufficiently politically astute to understand that we must change the machine, rather then the driver.
I was especially impressed with this quote by the late Aaron Russo who was a high profile, Libertarian, presidential candidate in the United States during the election of 2004. Proof that he knew that the machine must be changed is evidenced by this quote: “The greatest scandal in the history of America is presently being perpetrated by the privately owned Federal Reserve Bank. It makes Enron, WorldCom, and Tyco scandals look infantile by comparison.” What a refreshing change to learn about an honest man seeking political office who targeted the banking system as the key problem to our constant shortage of funds!
While the ill-informed, Canadian voters may very well ‘vote for change’ in 2011 and elect new drivers once again, it is my ultimate hope that we will eventually achieve our longer-term goal of networking our message of monetary reform and a some point in the not-too-distant future, we will experience usuryfree living and ‘peace and plenty’ before 2020, thereby successfully thwarting the ultimate goal of global financial enslavement by the New World Order advocates.