FAT CATS AND STARVING DOGS Part 1
JANUARY 11, 2015 JC COLLINS
This is why the solution has to come from within, as every system will simply corrupt again. Philosophers and great thinkers have warned us continuously for thousands of years.
The manifestation of inner dysfunction and imbalance will always be represented physically as dysfunction and imbalances in the systems man develops.
READER THOUGHTS ON “FAT CATS AND STARVING DOGS”
Daneackerman JANUARY 12, 2015 AT 1:42 PM JC I see the same internal solution being the answer to solving mans woes. But if each individual could solve and mend or at least truly understand their own fragmentation then perhaps man could move away from self limiting systems altogether.
Perhaps a few generations may be selling it short pal we (mankind) may need more time than that.
We tend to create systems to limit what we don’t like in ourselves. But if we are making the system without solving the limitless tendencies first then it holds that we will build cracks into whatever system we make in order to satisfy those limitless tendencies.
Furthermore, since we haven’t corrected the internal deficiencies (limitless tendencies) that have led us to where we needed a new system in the first place then those exact problems will continue to push us into the cracks of what ever system we build to limit ourselves.
The current medical field is a good example. You go to the doctor, you tell him or her your symptoms and they prescribe pills for your symptoms…..the core problem continues to fester and keeps the symptoms returning thus building a revenue cycle. To me this looks like a business plan not medicine and it surely keeps a sick cash cow coming back to the trough……….
Clayton Albrecht JANUARY 12, 2015 AT 3:36 PM Well said JC, indeed the only true changes must and do happen within. I thank you for driving that nail of wisdom deep into my heart and psyche.
It is such a simple, yet elusive truth. There are times when I am clairvoyant enough to truly innerstand and apply the axiom (as above so below, as within so without) and I reap the wonderful rewards of fulfillment and the improvement of my environment around me,
but admittedly there are still too many times when I allow my emotions to cloud my true feelings and reasoning and I find myself wont to blame my external surroundings or find some nemesis to project my own inner deficiencies.
Thankfully I am afforded grounding and, at the same time elevation, due to this site and its members as well as a tight-nit and open minded family, including POM’s own (and my brother) Jeremy where we have found reunion with the Source through working with Nature on our family land. As always, thank you and keep up the good work JC, I’m always lurking lol.
Toknowyourenemy JANUARY 12, 2015 AT 4:09 PM Tom Petty said it best. Stop Jammin’ Me.
irrelevant111 JANUARY 12, 2015 AT 4:18 PM Stand in line or lead those in it… A bitter taste to man…
Always, someone will fill the void left by another…
matt (@speedspirit42) JANUARY 12, 2015 AT 5:24 PM “This is why the solution has to come from within, as every system will simply corrupt again.” JC It should read every fiat system will simply corrupt gain!
Gold,Silver and Free Information would serve the world very well. But then what would we do with all the politicians and bankers?
JC Collins JANUARY 12, 2015 AT 6:39 PM EVERY system corrupts. Whether its economic based, governance based, etc., if it’s created by man it will corrupt. If I’m wrong, explain why there is no successful financial system based on gold today?
Because if such a system was incorruptible then one of the many from the past would still be here today. Gold and silver are not the answer. The problems plaguing humanity run deeper.
Londonsimes JANUARY 12, 2015 AT 5:40 PM To be precise, I think it’s important to distinguish between a system based around the technology of ‘money’, and the core technology of ‘money’ itself.
The ‘technology’ of money is so profound, it almost seems God given – but a human devised technology it nevertheless is – along with, in effect, patent and rights holders.
JC Collins JANUARY 12, 2015 AT 6:43 PM ALL systems corrupt. Show me a system created by the hand of man which hasn’t corrupted? What we need to do is understand that what we reference as corruption, is in fact an inherent process within nature, and structure a system on these realities, as opposed to ignoring the natural systemic machinations which always eventually manifest.
Clayton Albrecht JANUARY 12, 2015 AT 9:24 PM Again, I agree JC, we have tried to organize ourselves under a system which stands in stark contradiction to Nature, thus “reality.”
I do understand that many people’s logic dictates that gold, silver, and other PM’s are more “stable” forms of currency, but i ask what tangible value and immediate liquidity does any PM actually hold for anyone in the “real” world, that is the Natural/Divine world which was not created by the technological man. Certainly it has some esteemed value, but only within the inherently corrupt system from which currencies, and their need there of, are derived.
In my image, there are no material forms of representational currency whatsoever. Think about the word “currency” and all it entails. All forms of money are perversions of the energy currents transferred between people when one provides a service (or even an object) for another.
Nothing in the profane world can accurately represent the energies and feelings that are involved when one does or gives something for another. Even if it is an exchange of goods there are feelings and intentions involved that cannot adequately be “priced.”
To try give some material value to any Man’s time and energy (which are not necessarily material, at least in our understanding of the word), I believe will always result in inequality and depreciation.
To me, it is yet another prime example (if not THE prime example) of the erroneous linear mind trying to “square the circle.” Life is nonlinear. Lines and constants only exist in an artificial dimension…sorry Euclidean, but you missed the POINT ;)
Casey Ciccarello JANUARY 12, 2015 AT 5:41 PM Hey jc, now that our shale oil industry is fractured and no growth industry of its size to replace the loss for the American economy, do you see obamas efforts to lead in organizing global security as peculiar?
Is it coincidence to current events and an attempt to stay relevant to sell American security to parts of the world? Your thoughts are appreciated!
JC Collins JANUARY 12, 2015 AT 6:47 PM When you no longer have the capital to fund a military for the purpose it was built, such as supporting the USD system, then you need to find another purpose for those assets.
Using the US military as a method of providing a service makes smart business sense. Just wait until they privatise it in 5 to 10 years. Billions of dollars spent on assets requires a return on investment. Fairly obvious when you look at it that way.
Michaellot JANUARY 12, 2015 AT 6:46 PM JC – Again, I am extremely grateful for PoM. Even with this video and your spot-on analyses of the economic situation, you continue to give voice to how imperative it is for us to go within.
These economic/cultural/esoteric writings help me count the cost for the journey within when so many speak against this remedy. I wonder if many of us simply struggle to understand how to start the journey???
I find it interesting that the word ‘good’ best translates as ‘functional’ and the word ‘evil’ best translates as ‘dysfunctional’ in ancient Hebrew. Going within helps me to remain at the pivotal point of the pendulum of time so as not to become imbalanced.
I am thinking that this pivotal point is the frictionless Divine and Incorruptible Life. For me; to discern what is functional or dysfunctional without Divine input is impossible.
“Whatever has happened, will happen again; whatever has been done, will be done again. There is nothing new under the sun.” My yearning for Incorruptible Life outweighs my need for being a fat cat with money.
Toknowyourenemy JANUARY 12, 2015 AT 9:28 PM The previous 100 years before the creation of the fed in 1913 experienced almost no inflation. Seems like fractional reserve debt based systems that only exist with an inflationary component to push it into the next day is the problem.
We don’t need an engineered system – whatever ‘organically’ fills the void will have found its niche in the natural laws of supply and demand – although PM’s would likely play a role, they would be what grease is to a wheel.
Regardless, a ‘system’ that solves a problem without the invention by man’s idea of what problem’s need solving would gradually at first and quickly address the needs – not wants – of the people.
For God’s sake, to hear a *** banker tell it you’d begin to believe you can’t live without them.
The real problem in this world is that you cannot opt out. To live, you must pay someone any number of fees, taxes, permits, specials, dues, etc, so that you’re life becomes little more than an economic treadmill going nowhere fast.
irrelevant111 JANUARY 12, 2015 AT 9:41 PM JC, It once again becomes a no win solution. Man negates progress due to ego. Our hope today, since the history of man has not learned, is common man adjusting to change. A sad, but true storyline… God Bless those that seek balance as we journey on… Best to all..
Ozymandias 3 JANUARY 12, 2015 AT 10:24 PM One of the comments that I found most interesting within the short video clip was the number of economic ‘crisis’ of collapses on the character’s list.
[1637 (aka; The “Tulip Mania”), 1797, 1819, 1937, 1884, 1901, 1907, 1929, 1937, 1974, 1987, 1992, 1997, 2001, etc….] All of this economic “crises” or collapses were created by evil and greed that profited a few and select.
Such is why history, and specifically economic history, is intentionally excluded from public education for the unclean masses. The predacious and pernicious banking elites and their select agents must endeavor to maintain their secrets and well used and profitable game plans from the unwashed and disorganized masses.
Ozymandias 3 JANUARY 12, 2015 AT 10:26 PM List of economic crises
irrelevant111 JANUARY 12, 2015 AT 10:47 PM Appropriate for man. Some will see n others will cast it aside…. Hope abounds… So sayeth a weary traveler…
dripfood JANUARY 12, 2015 AT 11:53 PM So very right you are, JC. How could any decent system resist this raw power to avoid discomfort.
***, we are the very embodiment of our unwillingness to accept (let alone embrace) this very moment. We are scared shitless by feelings of lack and deficiency. No wonder we rather dwell in the past or future 64.000 times a day.
Every system we gear up will eventually adjust to serve just this 1 purpose of its participants: seeking pleasure and avoiding pain. As long as the body isn’t liberated from the subconscious programming, any human build system, will unwittingly devour any accidental manifestations of divinity.
How many secret governments, hidden hands and covert operations do we need to point us to our own hidden convictions? How many wars do we need to point us to our inner conflicts? How many slave jobs do we need to stop serving the wrong inner master? Maybe here’s a solution:
matt (@speedspirit42) JANUARY 13, 2015 AT 12:34 AM I would like to post the Five Laws of Gold.
Here are The Five Laws of Gold, as Clason wrote them:
Gold cometh gladly and in increasing quantity to any man who will put by not less than one-tenth of his earnings to create an estate for his future and that of his family.
Gold laboreth diligently and contentedly for the wise owner who finds for it profitable employment, multiplying even as the flocks of the field.
Gold clingeth to the protection of the cautious owner who invests it under the advice of men wise in its handling.
Gold slippeth away from the man who invests it in businesses or purposes with which he is not familiar or which are not approved by those skilled in its keep.
Gold flees the man who would force it to impossible earnings or who followeth the alluring advice of tricksters and schemers or who trusts it to his own inexperience and romantic desires in investment.
Silver was considered a poorer man’s coin and copper a poor mans. The story is a about teachings of Arkad, the richest man in Babylon, and Bansir, a chariot builder who desires to improve his lot in life set in the time of Babylon.
Now here we are in 2015 living with a new Babylon and new form of money called fiat and the games and tricks played to gather the worlds Gold remains the same.
Only some remember and life by the 5 Laws of Gold while others are foolish to part with it for paper promises, number or digits in the cyber world investing in business matters named Wall Street that he is not familiar with and following the alluring advice of tricksters (brokers) for unmoral earnings in corrupt companies.
So I ask does Gold not provide for a better system then we have now and one we will need to fall back to when this Babylon falls.
JC Collins JANUARY 13, 2015 AT 12:44 AM Minus the depreciation quality of a gold standard system, it could likely be better. At least for a short time. As stated, no gold standard has lasted as they also have been corrupted. The cyclical pattern of time and man. We learn nothing.
matt (@speedspirit42) JANUARY 13, 2015 AT 1:12 AM But as you state its the man’s soul that is corrupted. Not the gold standard. Add it they may to SDR’s its value cannot stay this low relative to massive amounts of debt, paper and Government distrust.
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