…. “Once you have given up the ghost, all else follows with total certainty, even in the midst of chaos…”
This, from memory, is the opening sentence of the Henry Miller’s “Tropic Of Capricorn” The Tropic Of Capricorn is a southern latitude, roughly approximating where the nether regions are on a human, in comparison with the earth …. if thats not too convoluted an explanation for the title. I’ll correct the sentence and my memory later. But the sentence is very much like how I’d explain the extra-ordinary emergence of a shadow government which now seems to control almost everything, to the extent of being to write itself out of the history books and its place in contemporary journalism …. and yet be able to control almost everything in the medium term. Not through total hands-on-control, but rather by one million points of small influence. That overall influence amounting to CONTROL (for practical purposes.). How did this come about? Is this “theory” (actually its manifest reality) plausible in face of the commonplace idea that when three people know a secret its a secret no longer?
In retrospect we can say that given enough time, if fractional reserve banking is so much as tolerated, it will lead to global shadow government. Everything will progress with total certainty, even in the midst of chaos.
Fractional reserve leads to a non-market advantage to size, which will lead to a single network becoming dominant. That network will de-monetarize silver when it gets a chance to, will set up and dominate central banks, and once these two objectives are obtained, if not before, will then exert its control over covert operations, soon capturing politics proper thereafter. Its not only not implausible that such a shadow government would develop. Its actually an inevitability. The last chance we had to avoid it was probably during Andrew Jackson’s time. But now that we know better our blood oath must be akin to the oath of Hannibal. We must all set our hearts against it and consider anyone who is weak on this point a traitor to the species.