by OPOVV, ©2015

(Oct. 17, 2015) — “Good evening, ladies and gentlemen, thanks for tuning in to ‘The Pulse of the Nation.’ What better way to find out what’s going on than to talk about money? With me is the latest whistleblower on The Federal Reserve Bank, Mr. Robert Ewert.”

“Call me Bob.”

“Then Bob it is. Tell me, Bob, what made you spill the beans on the Fed?”

“Simply because it’s my money, too, Roving. See, I pay taxes just like everyone else, and I just got fed up on how we’re all being used to prop up a few families so they can lord over the rest of us peons.”

“Hold your horses, Bob. Slow it down a bit, will you? Families? Peons? Could you be a little more specific?”

“I could, but I won’t. Oh, it’s real easy to play the devil’s advocate while safe and sound on the catbird’s seat, like those pundits do on television, but in real life, reality takes the front row. Oh, it really sounds high and mighty to say that Edward Snowden should’ve followed the chain of command, but had he done so, his body would be lying next to Jimmy Hoffa’s.

“Look, what I did was ‘tweet’ the whistle, not blow it.”

“So what are you saying, Bob, that you’ve more to reveal?”

“The whole ball of wax, but if I do reveal what I know they’ll do me in, for sure.”

“I’m sure that the DOJ, the FBI and others would protect you, maybe put you in one of their witness protection programs.”

“Oh, sure, but who’s going to protect me from them, that’s the point. That’s why Snowden had to hightail it out of here. Had he stayed he would’ve had an ‘accident,’ most likely involving an automobile.

“But enough of the cloak-and-dagger business: I’m here on your show to warn the people that it’s a fixed deck, like this ‘Climate Warming’ hoax. It’s just another way to get control over the population of any given area and, in this case, that means the whole planet, every square inch.”

“They’re related?”

“Bet your bottom dollar they are. Everything is related for a common result for the very few: remain in control, to bolster control; and to stay in control.”

“I’m sorry, but sometimes I’m a little bit slow on the uptake. Did you just say what I think you said, that we’re just working for the ‘system’ and whatever the ‘system’ spits out is what we get, and there’s a very small percentage of the world’s population that’s in on it but we’re not one of them?  Is that about right, Bob?”

“On target. But the really crazy part of the puzzle is why so many people don’t see it, don’t get it, can’t figure it out if it bit them in the you-know-where.”

“You mean like the police? Protecting the system that’s detrimental to their well-being? Propping up something that isn’t to their benefit, but they don‘t know any better so they just shoot themselves in the foot for a lousy paycheck?”

“That, too; it’s a lot more complicated than that, but you’re definitely on the right track. Look, sometimes to get a point across you have to use out-of-the-mainstream communication vehicles.

“The year of our Lord is 2015, but just one hundred years ago the major means of communicating was by photographs, books, songs and poems. No movies, no radio, no television. And a couple hundred years before that, before books, it was poems.

“A poem put to music is a song, so songs have been humans’ everlasting source of communicating ideas for thousands of years. Poems with rhymes and rhythms, like the iambic pentameter and others, have been the driving force, the engine, if you will, that made poems  — or songs, if you will  — set to the beat of a drum, snapping of the fingers or the tapping of a foot easy to remember and to pass along.

“Many hundreds of songs of the political health of an area has been sung; thousands, but few have survived. They come and go, just like the songs who never got in the top 50 of today’s Billboard Magazine. But that’s not to say they didn’t have an impact or didn’t do their job.

“Think of Maggie as the Federal Reserve Bank; the government; ‘The Man,’ and listen to Bob Dylan’s song, ‘Maggie’s Farm,’ just one of today’s political protest songs, and be thankful that there’s still a little political freedom left for us to savor. And while you listen to the song, think of abolishing the Federal Reserve Bank, and that’s all I’ve got to say about the whole shenanigans.”

“That’s it? Well, I guess we should be a little grateful for what we have. On the other hand, the world is still one heck of a very dangerous place, which means that the merchants of war are doing very well financially, which equates directly to the danger factor. Just as Bob says, it’s all related and we’re on the short end of the stick.

“Well, Bob, you didn’t name any names, but you did give us a lot to think about, especially about abolishing ‘The Fed.’ Thanks for being on our show.

“And thank you for watching. That’s our show for tonight; goodnight.”

“We’re just a few miles away from that burger place we were at last month. What say we swing by? My treat.”

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