Q: How is a national debt different from a personal debt?
A: One you never pay off, the other you’re always expected to pay off.
That seems fair does it, not?
No, totally unfair, because a national debt is someone else running up humungous amounts you will never finishing paying off , whereas it is a done deal that any debt you have is immediately yours and expected to pay off, and penalised if not.
Some might say that is obvious, yet when it comes to a national debt, did you have any say in how much you are tagged for, how much say you have in the ridiculous figure you’re presented with and then expected to be taxed to pay it?
It is akin to a stranger coming up to you and saying “You owe me £XXXX.oo and you will pay or else.” Hardly transparent, let alone fair or equitable. Who decided you owe that, when you chose never to be part of that. You might of just said “Open my wallet and help yourself” – because that is what they are fingering from your wealth, however meagre.
That great organ of truth and transparency, the BBC, present the following story of where the debt the country runs up is borrowed from, has its unnatural being and continues the blood sucking it has always fostered.
Its admission that the national debt will most likely be never paid off;
“Probably not. Politicians are more likely to use any spare money they have to cut taxes or invest in better public services.”
is as honest as it gets, yet utterly refuses to tell the real story of who benefits. It merely serves up yet more ‘listen to nanny’ and obey. Instruction from those that not only control us but who betray us – of truth.
That real story is that we the people pay every inch of the way. They spend and we pay, with no allowance for input.
It is projected that over the next couple of years the interest on such borrowing as we have today, will be in the region of £1 billion plus. This figure alone is more than what is spent on education, and that ladies and gentlemen, is part of the cost of being under the cosh of a debt-based system.
I could go into the near £6 billion spent on feeding foreign criminals with weapons of destruction, rather than supporting its own population, but that would be just irritatingly truthful in the face of deprivation.
People still say, “that’s OK, we’ll just slave harder for our masters”. Others might say, “Well, we get to elect them, so that gives us the power to direct them.” Please pull the other one. If elections were effective and functioned for us, they would be banned as not fit for purpose.
We have to get our heads around the fact that virtually nothing that is of significance to our well being is ever in our gift within the system that has been created to fleece us to the bone and devoid of any real potential to be our own masters. I dare anyone to prove otherwise, under this present system.
So if we are landed with this National
Debt Disgrace, how do we extricate ourselves from it to a position where taxes, inured slavery, usury and deprivation are a thing of the past?
Simple answer is to say a huge NO and then walk into a jurisdiction that outlaws all these things!
Yet find me enough who are willing to voice that. There will always be the “We are too small/insignificant/worthless to even contemplate such a gesture.”
Think that and it is true. Think other and it is already in the mind of creation. Further look around, find out if anyone is doing that, living that potential and you may be pleasantly surprised to see it already is being lived, in action and happening.
That being the case, then why are not more people rushing towards it, to escape the prison they locked themselves?
Comfort is all, too few brave hearts striking out for rediscovery. Enough paralysis in the Department of Exploration, to keep everything slumbering. Yet, it only takes a spark to ignite a fire. Such a spark comes from a place no one was paying attention to, and yet it sparks a fire, that becomes a raging fire. You’ll find many slumbering souls rising to the heat generated and crying, “I lit it, I lit it!”
Who cares if their response is a load of bull. At least they awoke to testify to something that is the game changer. Because no one cares who lit it, they care merely for living it, which will still take those irrationally grabbing credit for what they never created or cared for, to take more time in acknowledgement and tempering their new surroundings. We can wait!
The real debt we all owe is to ourselves – the debt of gratitude to be the change and live it at all costs.