Debt vs Autonomy

“If you occasionally experience a vague sense that you are being intentionally controlled via indebtedness, you should probably listen to that internal voice. To illustrate with examples from the present, the most common explanation for why physicians have not spoken up about the weaponization and manipulation of public health information and policies during the “Coronacrisis” is that they are deeply indebted due to the loans taken out to enable their extended and expensive education, and have no practical choice other than to comply with the mandates imposed on them by government, insurance agencies, and their host institutions (academic or private hospital chains). They have a profound financial conflict of interest- comply or go bankrupt.”

To provide a broader historic example that helps illustrate the point, a case has been made that the Stock Market crash of 1929 was engineered by the central banks. This hypothesis is grounded in the observation that Goldman Sachs, Lehman Bank and others profited from the Crash of 1929. In a quote which many will find oddly relevant to the “Coronacrisis”, House Banking Committee Chairman Louis McFadden (D-NY) said of the Great Depression:

“It was no accident. It was a carefully contrived occurrence…The international bankers sought to bring about a condition of despair here so they might emerge as rulers of us all”. ~ U.S. Congressman Louis McFadden, speaking about the 1929 Stock Market Crash. Interestingly, Louis McFadden died of poisoning shortly thereafter.