The Monopoly on Free Will


Global Intel Hub 8/15/2019 – by Vasya Pupkin

Around 100 years ago an interesting shift happened in the world.  In America, the Federal Reserve Bank was created in 1915, and just 2 short years later the Soviet Union was created after the Bolshevik Revolution.  You think these 2 events have nothing in common but actually they had similar backing: Wall St. Monopolists like JP Morgan, Paul Warburg, Andrew Carnegie, John D. Rockefeller, and others.

Only a year earlier, Woodrow Wilson signed a law creating the Federal Trade Commission (FTC).  This was a period of change for the global elite.  History is always a story about the struggle between the haves and the have nots, but this period marked a fundamental paradigm shift in workers’ rights as well as branding of Monopolistic activities.  1915 was also a year after the Ludlow Massacre:

The Ludlow Massacre was a conflict resulting from a labor strike. The Colorado National Guard and Colorado Fuel and Iron Company guards attacked a tent colony of 1,200 striking coal miners and their families at Ludlow, Colorado, on April 20, 1914, with the National Guard using machine guns to fire into the colony. Approximately twenty-one people, including miners’ wives and children, were killed. The chief owner of the mine, John D. Rockefeller, Jr., was widely excoriated for having orchestrated the massacre.[3][4]

Clearly, Monopolists couldn’t continue to abuse workers to the point of insurrection that resulted in armed conflict.  They needed rebranding.  They hired consultants, they planned and plotted, and they came up with a solution that still works to this day.  They created the industry we now know as PR (Public Relations).  This would have its peak with the introduction of Edward Bernays.  But while Bernays is credited with creating the Propaganda Machine, the roots of its use as a strategy go back much further, to the year 1915.  The Elite rebranded themselves and threw a bone to the workers, which would result in labor reforms that would take another 50 years to shape up.  What was going on under the surface was a complete restructuring of the power architecture, whereby the same group controlled everything but did so in such a way as to leave the public perception to be that they had clear choices:  Coke vs. Pepsi, Republican vs. Democrat, Ford vs. Dodge, and so on.  This shift toward Oligopoly represented an actual seizure of ‘choice’ or ‘free will’ as it were.  They knew that if they could Monopolize free will, they could present any choices, but control the outcomes.

This led to the genius strategy problem, reaction, solution. 

This answers the question that we’ve been asking for years with no better answer: How can big institutions get away with outright fraud, robbing and abusing their customers, and continue these abusive practices on an ongoing basis?

Take the Forex overcharging scam, as outlined here on Discount Currency Transfers.  There is a situation that 90% of customers are getting charged 8% where they can have the same service that’s actually easier and faster and pay only 1% or less.  Why would anyone in their right mind pay 8% when you can get the same thing for 1%?  The answer is because the Establishment controls the choices, between “Wells Fargo” and “Bank of America” providing the illusion of ‘free choice’ thus hiding the secret way you can cut them both out and get the service for practically free.  This may not last long as more and more people discover alternative payment systems, however it does serve as a great example of how the Globalists who own the Monopolies of the world manufacture artificial ‘free will’ which isn’t really free because they control both choices.  This is the irony about “Democracy” and “Capitalism” that has bankers laughing themselves all the way to the bank.  Consumers have few choices, in some cases no choices.  So whether you choose Bank A or Bank B you still are getting ripped off by the same Cartel.  Just to provide some insight as to the thinking of these bankers, they even referred to themselves as “The Mafia” even though they weren’t involved in organized crime at all.

Perhaps it’s because they knew what they are doing is a form of a crime, although white collar and ‘no one’s getting hurt’ just suckers losing their money.  Let’s take a look at other examples.

Investing is a huge market, with 20+ Trillion invested in US Stocks in retirement accounts alone.  So you would think if Capitalism had its way, this would be the most competitive market on the planet.  But not.  Here again, a small group of firms control the ‘choices’ so that no matter what fund you choose, you are basically long the stock market, and your returns are going to be 5% – 10% per year after taxes.  So how did Bill Gates, Mark Zuckerberg, and others become billionaires on their stock alone?  The answer is Pre IPO.  The music group U2 made more money on their Facebook investment than they did selling music in their entire career:

Bono has written dozens songs during his long and enduring career.  But a group he set up several years ago has made more money from an investment in Facebook in 2009, than from all of the music he has written and recorded over the years.  Reports said the 55-year-old rock frontman bought a 2.3 per cent share of the social media site for nearly $86m 2009 through Elevation Partners, an investment group he co-founded.  Contrary to some reports, the investment has not made him the world’s wealthiest musician; the $1.4bn will be split between the six founding partners of Elevation Partners, which only get 20 per cent of profits.

So if it’s so easy, why doesn’t everyone do it?  The answer is because 99% of the ‘sheep’ are locked into the ‘matrix’ in which manufactures artificial choice, where you are choosing between Mutual Fund A and Mutual Fund B that aren’t really so different.  You see TV advertisements, and your broker pitches them to you.  If you ask your broker about Pre IPO they will likely say ‘what’s that?’ – but here it is for all to read about (if you are accredited)  Here’s the one catch, you have to be accredited, which is roughly $200,000 a year in income and/or $1m net worth excluding your primary residence.   There are about 20 Million accredited Americans.  So if it’s so easy, you would think it would be more popular.

The good news, the world is different than 200 years ago, when slavery was enforced with chains and whips.  The shackles are now not made of steel but they are virtual ‘memes’ that exist only in the mind.  They can be set down and you can free yourself.  If you are serious about doing this one big first step is smash your TV.  Take it to the trash dump and throw it in the bin.  Give it to your annoying relatives.  Turn it off for the last time.  All the time you spend watching TV, read websites.  If you’re not a news buff there are tons of sites that have just interesting content, try

For news and information with a focus on the markets, is a world leader.  But the internet is a big place, find your niche.

Be careful though, the way the Monopolists enforce the modern chains is by spending money on advertising, and it can be very powerful.  They will even fund a ‘think tank’ that is apparently ‘independent’ when in fact the results of their ‘studies’ always confirm their existing biases, normally; our product is ‘safe’ or our political party is ‘good.’

If you want some insight into how this is designed, checkout this classic “Psychology of Intelligence Analysis” authored by Dick Heuer, Jr., 45 year CIA veteran.  By understanding how the mind works, they can manufacture consent.  This is outlined in Noam Chomsky’s classic “Manufacturing Consent” a must read for intellectuals or those who want to understand how brainwashing really works.

This essay is not advertising, it is anti-advertising.  We’re not telling you what to believe, or trying to modify your opinion.  That’s easy to do.  We are trying to undo the damage done by traditional media to your brain.  By repeating key phrases using ‘media missiles’ throughout the day, by 7pm you will be repeating this to your spouse.  Traditional marketing appeals to the reptilian brain; a juicy hamburger sizzling on the grill, the taste of a refreshing sparkling beverage after a long workout, the sight of a tropical paradise.  This message appeals to the other side of the brain, which requires thinking.  Have you ever noticed that watching TV makes you hungry?  It’s no coincidence.  It’s not because of the Hz in which TV is broadcast, although that is by plan as well.  It’s also the ‘programming’ (interesting they call it that) which elicits a response from the reptilian part of the brain, which includes hunger, fear, desire, anger, and other low level brain functions seen in reptiles:

The reptilian complex, also known as the R-complex or “reptilian brain” was the name MacLean gave to the basal ganglia, structures derived from the floor of the forebrain during development. The term derives from the idea that comparative neuroanatomists once believed that the forebrains of reptiles and birds were dominated by these structures. MacLean proposed that the reptilian complex was responsible for species-typical instinctual behaviors involved in aggression, dominance, territoriality, and ritual displays.

This fits in well with Football, daytime dramas, and what has become “The News.” By reading this, you are firing the other side of your brain, which requires thinking.  Now is the real uphill battle, because thinking requires real free choice, free will – not the artificial choice you have been presented by your TV.  Thinking is like work, it has been observed by scientists that chess players who are deep in thought burn as many calories as by running.  It is quantifiable.  Thinking can burn calories!  But we are not taught to think, we don’t have courses in Logic, Philosophy, Mathematics, or Cybernetics that are part of the main curriculum.  Many of us remember the arguments of students “Why study math, if I’m going to be a doctor or lawyer?” The answer is not, as most teachers would say, math is helpful if you need to calculate dimensions in case you are building your own house.  Math and logic help you to think.  Reading helps you to think.  Complex challenges help you to think (and that doesn’t include Sudoku).  Playing Sudoku will help you only to become a better Sudoku player.

By encouraging violent and unnatural behaviors, the Elite suppress our natural rational thought and encourage our reptilian instincts.  Violent movies, video games, TV shows, Cartoons, and events not only desensitize you to blood and gore, but it also makes you stupid.  That’s because you can only use one part of your brain at a time.  The more you read for example, the more it fires the higher part of your brain that requires thinking.  Intellectuals, university professors, and others who read a lot for work or pleasure are smarter (compared to themselves) because they are using their higher functions of the brain.  Or to put it another way, you are what you do.  Imagine you are digging in the fields every day, after a period of years you will develop fine motor skills and less cognitive functions.  The brain is a unique organ it’s always being rewired, even now as you are reading this!

So knowing this, it’s only up to you, how you want to rewire your brain.  You can start anytime!  Procrastination is also a form of rewiring!

Ultimately – it’s your choice.  By choosing to participate in the ‘fake, controlled’ world of artificial free choice, you are misled to believe there is a difference between Coke & Pepsi, Democrat & Republican, Red state vs. Blue State.

More good news.  The Monopoly on Free Will is actually a virtual Monopoly, not a physical one.  It’s not enforced physically.  There is consumer choice.  You do not have to watch TV, drink Coke OR Pepsi, or vote.  That’s why they need to invest billions of dollars keeping people engaged, with scary entertainment such as mass shootings, natural disasters, crime dramas, and other events.  Just as you plugged in once, you can unplug.

Go ahead.  Try it.  WARNING:  You MAY need a HELMET.  Thinking is DANGEROUS!

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