The Shadow Masters

As the world continues to spin out of control there are explicit warning signs pointing to the greatest financial and economic collapse in history. Yet, there remains no mention of this impending disaster of epic proportions by either of our Presidential hopefuls, our elected officials or the media. But, to really understand how this lethal financial catastrophe is already knocking at our front door we first have to trace the root causes of where, why, and how such a economic disaster has come into being. Remembering Soylent Green where Charlton Heston set out to solve one crime only to find out that crime was related to a much more sinister and diabolical plot. A hidden secret so hideous nobody could believe what was actually happening. In the movie that secret was the hidden source of the world’s food supply. We can use that type of scenario to uncover the largest cover up and hidden agenda in the history of the world.

Through-out history world events too many of which are engineered. And, by being perpetrated my man they always leave a trail that leads to the architects. These architects are the shadow figures who wield the power that control the destines of the multitudes. We also have discovered that there are only three cities around the globe that come under no national authority, they have separate laws, they pay no taxes, they have their own police force and even possess their own flag of independence. The cities of London, The District of Columbia and the Vatican control the economy, the military, the politics and just about practically every aspect of our lives. These cities are actually corporations. Combined they control politicians, the courts, educational institutions, food supply, natural resources, foreign policies, economies, media, and the money flow of most nations as well as over 85% of the world’s entire wealth. Pretty hard to fathom, but in reality their ultimate aim is to build a totalitarian rule on a global scale. The scary part is that the Georgia Guidstones has already foretold of what is already occurring right in front of our nose all along. What we need to understand is that the world does not work according to what we have been led to believe. We are drowning not only in misinformation but being beguiled into believing all is well and good when in fact we are being forced into adapting the ever changing technologies that make it easier for those in power, those shadow masters to manipulate the masses.

In the United States where in every state over 200 million people have had their water supply contaminated with a known carcinogenic chemical, Chromium-6 only exasperates the ongoing health crisis across this country. We already know there still is an acute health crisis due to contaminated water in Flint, Michigan. It is this type of crisis that is part of an ongoing disruption of our society. Not only in the United States are we experiencing major health crisis but our whole financial and economic future as we know it today is being directed toward and agenda that is far removed from the hopes and dreams of people everywhere.

To take a look at how these three cities have gained so much control over our lives we first have to look at the City of London. The city of London is actually controlled by the Bank of England, a private corporation owned by the Rothschild’s. The City of London directly and indirectly controls all mayors, councils, regional councils, multi-national and trans-national banks, corporations, judicial systems the IMF, and the World Bank. Digging deeper we find the City of London via the Rothschild’s control the Vatican Bank, the European Central Bank, and the United States Federal Reserve which by the way is privately owned and believe it or not controlled by eight British-controlled shareholding banks. In total every major financial institution through-out Europe is actually controlled by the Bank of London via the Rothschild’s. The amazing part is that the major players, those shadowy figures behind the scenes who manipulate the politicians and the rest of the financial markets and the economies of the world have been for years have been shaping events to their own advantage. In essence the City of London that corporation will become the “One World Earth Corporation”. It has been their plan all along to subjugate the masses under their control. Talk about George Orwell’s 1984 well it just might occur in the near future.

We have to look back in our own history to reveal what happened to America. This is when our congress cancelled the Charter of the First National Bank in 1811. Almost immediately afterwards 4500 British troops arrived and burnt down the White House, both Houses of Congress, the War Office, the US State Department and the Treasury. The British continued their onslaught and destroyed the ratification records of the US Constitution. This is where the cover up begins to come to light because the 13th amendment was established to maintain a clear dividing line that had been drawn between the three branches of government. Violation of this provision in our Constitution creates a direct conflict of interest because members of the BAR would be officers of the Judiciary Branch and members in the legislative branch as well. The Amendment was put in our Constitution to stop anyone receiving a Title of nobility or honor from serving the US Government.

For over 50 years the 13th Amendment was included in the publications of the Constitution for the United States. Many States, Territories, and even the Federal Government, itself, printed copies of the Constitution containing this Amendment. It was unlawfully removed by persons unknown for their own personal greed and aggrandizement even though it was properly ratified in 1810. Since this provision in our Constitution was never enforced we come to the conclusion that all laws, treaties, appointments of officers to government positions, and other acts and actions of the Federal government since 1812 are of questionable validity and may therefore be null and void. Yet, these shadow masters have kept this information hidden from the public for decades.

We can also conclude that various documents since 1810 prove conclusively the validity of the 13th Amendment. It should be noted that only the 13th, 14th, 15th, and 16th Articles of Amendment had numbers assigned to them at the time of their ratification. The reason behind this numbering was to insure that the removal of the validly existing 13th Amendment was fully hidden by the proposed, and wrongfully numbered new 13th Amendment. To have just numbered the new proposed Amendment as the 13th and then not number any others would have called attention to the facts surrounding the situation. Could it have been that since 1812 the shadow masters were behind the removal of the valid 13th Amendment and engineered our government to number the next few Amendments so as to further hide their unlawful actions?

By 1910 these shadow masters were quietly masterminding the establishment of the Federal Reserve. When the Federal Reserve Act of 1913 went into effect, passed by US Congress it handed over America’s gold and silver reserves and total control of America’s economy to the Rothschild’s bankers. The Federal Reserve is a privately owned banking system. It’s sole purpose is to make money by loaning money back to the government at considerable interest. The profiteering of these shadow masters have now gained control of the United States entire economy. Today, we have come to the conclusion that the United States has joined so many other countries that are really corporations owned and operated for the sheer benefit of the Shadow Masters. In reality the US has long since remained a crown colony that belongs to this hidden empire of the three city states of the City of London, The Vatican City and Washington D.C. With this Presidential election unfolding whoever is elected will be nothing more than a figure head for the central bankers from the City of London and the home of the global financial system. In essence the US is a corporation and the US President and officials in Congress are all working for that Corporation and not for the American people.

To further their cause the shadow masters have for centuries spun their web of power over the Vatican and being a willing accomplice have continued to garnish more wealth with each passing decade. We also find that it is the Bank For International Settlements in Switzerland, which is British controlled, oversees all Reserve Banks around the world, the European Union and the United Nations. But, we also learn that the Vatican which is headed by the Pope owns American Express. The Vatican City is not part of Italy or Rome. The Vatican is actually the last true remnant of the Roman Empire.The Vatican’s wealth includes investments with the Rothschild’s in Britain, France and US and with oil and weapons corporations all around the world. Much of the Vatican’s wealth is in the Rothschild controlled ‘Bank of England’ and believe it or not tied to the US Federal Reserve Bank. The money possessed by the Vatican is more than in banks, corporations or even some Governments. This raises questions of why this great wealth is not used to elevate at least the Christian poor when it preaches about giving and eliminating poverty?

What we are witness to today is an unprecedented shift not only in our financial system but a total positioning of global economies where this global plan of a totalitarian state will be finally realized. But, in order to felicitate this realization the powers behind the scenes have unleashed a financial juggernaut that will decimate practically every economy around the world. Is there something the United States can do to negate the after effects of an financial and economic Armageddon? Collectively we could. But, with the country purposely so divided the chances to band together to thwart this impending disaster and finally break free from the shadow masters tight grip on us all maybe just an impossible task. Only through education on a national scale to wake up and realize just what is occurring right now. We as a collective society can rise up and with combined efforts use National Economic Reform’s Ten Articles of Confederation as the tool to stop a most diabolical plan from ever being realized. To do nothing only precludes that our future is already in the hands of the Shadow Masters and not our own.

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Three Ongoing Trends That Are Changing Our Societies

There are many on-going changes we are currently witnessing in our societies, and three of them are the way technology and globalization are affecting the way we live, work and communicate.

1. Globalizing Industry

In the distant past, Europe, Japan and North America and to a lesser extent the old Soviet Union, were symbols of an industrial age, which produced and exported to a mainly agricultural World outside their borders. This brought great wealth and prosperity to the people who produced these goods.

Move on three decades later, the industrial leaders of our World have changed, with most industrialized products made in China, or outside the borders of these former industrial giants.

The wealth, and the jobs created have largely moved on too, although it’s the companies that make the profits, whilst the people who produce the products we consume, that earn considerably less than their counterparts did in the former industrial powers.

This great change, has led to a new world, were the former farmers in the developing World are now urbanized industrial workers, and the landscape of these countries now producing the goods are changing forever.

2. The Mobile Phone Revolution

At the start of the new century, few people could perhaps envisage, that the mobile phones we use would become common place across our globe, and people would own one, even in the most remote and poorest parts of the world.

This revolutionary change in the way we communicate, has also affected the way we work and the perceptions we have of our World. This change has also created millions of job opportunities around the world in phone shops, kiosks and in the telecommunications industry.

In many ways, people still use these phones to simply chat to someone, whether its through a simple call or a message on a social networking site, but the offshoot of this activity, has seen a growth of businesses catering for the growing mobile phone community, and an awareness that we interact differently to the past.

3. The Rise of the Robot

When the news that a factory in China had laid off tens of thousands of production line workers, replacing them with robots, many people were surprised, yet, this trend can be seen in many parts of our World.

Advances in technology just as during the industrial revolution in the 19th century, has meant that we can create factories, which produce goods with ever decreasing teams of staff to keep them running.

We have developed the technology to produce driverless cars, robotic production lines and drones that can deliver goods to our homes. It is almost inevitable that these technologies should at some point become more common, and create a new need to find alternative ways to employ people affected by this change.

We are probably witnessing some of the greatest changes seen since the industrial revolution to how we live, work and communicate with each other. The big questions are, how we ourselves adjust to these changes, and what the effect could be for the generations who follow us.

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Leveraging African Growth Through Self-Awareness, Self-Reliance and Self-Diligence

The last time I began with a similar topic, I began with something that is very crucial and important to the heart of Africa, I believe that whatever thing is important to the heart of Africa right now is quite important and very dear to my own heart too. As a matter of fact, the form of Africa is currently the form of my heart too.

I have often wondered and been bewildered at how a continent can be so rich and yet so poor. How can a continent have all the potential for greatness and not attain it.

Having discussed inferiority complex extensively in my last article, this new article will be focused on how we can focus on our journey to greatness. I will expatiate on ideas and steps that will help us realize our potential as a continent and help us realize every bit of our greatness.

I am discussing something germane, important and very crucial to us. I am convinced, not just in a bit that Africa is the continent with the greatest potential in the world. If we consider this material or the sense in it, only in a few years we will become the destination point for the rest of the world. The time has come for Africa to arise on her feet and attain all her hidden and obvious potential. The point I am focusing on in this article is how we can leverage our growth through self-awareness, self-adequacy and self-diligence.

Self-awareness first of all is we understanding what we truly are capable of, what we are able to achieve, what we have at our disposal, the machine in our arsenal and the resources that we have to build. I strongly believe the resource that is greatest for any nation on earth to build is the human resource. The human resource of course is Africa’s greatest and most abundant resource. Apart from Asia, no other continent in the world has this enormous resource which Africa has.

How do I mean by the human resource or human capital? Human resource encompasses the aggregate potential of people based upon their native or innate capacities and their environmental experience. Quite simple. Human beings irrespective of where you were born, you were born and survived that particular environment because you had the capacity to interact with and subdue that environment and to maximize all the resources around you for survival. Children born into riverine areas in countries like Nigeria learn to swim or mount traps from an incredibly young age, their own way of interacting with the world around them.

Every part of the world and place where humans are located have the potential and ability and capacity to sustain its people. The degree of their sustenance is however dependent on the human resource, the degree to which these humans have developed themselves and whether by so doing they have created tools to help them get the best of their environment. When this is the case, such people will be able to maximize and utilize the resources and the potential of that God-given environment.

Human resource includes the energy, skills and knowledge which can be directly applied to the production of goods and rendering of service. First I talked about capacity to subdue an environment, Secondly I am talking about the skills and knowledge of people.

When the human resource has been developed, then people are able to tap maximally the potential of their environment. If people have little skills, knowledge and ideas, they are only able to refine their resources to a little extent. Their production of goods and services are low. This is the contrary when the human capacity is high and has been greatly developed.

This is perhaps the greatest thing that sets nations of the world apart. The richer nations got their wealth in their ability to maximize and develop their human capital. The poorer nations are poor because they have not done same.
The human resources connotes man in relationship to the world of work. Such work involves producing things and rendering services of all kinds for the social, political, cultural, religious and economic development of nations.
When human resource has been developed, man is able to produce complex work, complex information, complex ideas, complex innovation and the best of goods such as social goods, political goods, economic goods etc for the development of his country.

That means a nation could be as small as the nation of Israel with just about 8 million people but because human resource development is quote high, they are able to produce the best quality of everything ranging from food to security. They have been able to attain a certain peak because of aggressive human capital development. A nation like my country Nigeria is still so poor because the human capital development has been left to waste. What that means is that the more people are trained and the more the ideas of a people are allowed to thrive, the wealthier the nation becomes.

Of course man may work to live, but man’s living must exceed work. Man’s living must embrace output, productions, ideas products, goods, services, innovations etc. Allow me to emphasize again that the wealth and development of a nation depends on the discovery and utilization of human resource. When a nation effectively utilizes its human capital, it becomes a wealthy nation. A wealthy nation has created successfully the environment for more ideas of her citizens to thrive whereas a poor nation is sitting on the wealth of ideas of her citizens.

Every other resource that a nation has such as natural and capital are only dependent. Others are passive resources, human resource is the only active resource.

“… while extraordinary products and unique services still afford a competitive advantage, the one advantage that stands the test of time… is people.” • Mark Salsbury

Where the human resource is discovered and active, every other resource will be located and tapped into. Whereas where the human is not discovered and developed, every other resource will not be utilized and maximized appropriately. When we cannot develop people, we cannot develop anything else. Every serious government in the world has learnt to lay emphasis on people because they know people will generate everything else.

We must not however lay all the responsibilities on our government, we must begin to take ourselves as Africans and as a people very seriously. We must begin to help ourselves.

It is ultimately important that we begin to utilize every resource starting with the human resource to utilize every material in our environment in order to generate what we need.

“Many people go through their whole lives having no real sense of what their talents may be, or if they have any to speak of. Human resources are like natural resources; they’re often buried deep. You have to go looking for them, they’re not just lying around on the surface.” • Ken Robinson

I believe being an African is not a curse, we can begin to generate and make good and services that can compete with any good that is being done in any part of the world.

This is important because if we are able to develop our human capital, we will be able to rise above every dogma, racism, sectionalism, hatred and segregation.

When the human capital is not developed, what ordinarily ought to be a blessing to the nation becomes a problem. Because people are people and will always have energy, when people are not developed, they begin to constitute problems and nuisance to that environment and to the society as a whole.

What then are some of the hindrances that has been to the development of human capital and how can we begin to combat such hindrances?

First is the challenge of illiteracy or lack of education. Education helps the mind of man to develop and to creatively solve problems in the environment. An uneducated mind will degenerate and constitute problems rather than solve them. We need to creatively begin to solve this problem of large scale illiteracy by the idea of informal education. When we begin to promote informal education through the systems of families, communities, the religious bodies and even schools. We will be able to create some basic forms of education. The main idea of education is to create exposure and open mindedness in people. Education is supposed to help break narrow mindedness and create problem solving skills in the individual. This can be learnt anywhere even in public libraries and not just the formal schools. If the government can come up with a basic curriculum for this program, we can begin to impart knowledge at all levels.
“The ability to dream is the most important human resource given to man by God.” • Pastor Sunday Adelaja

The second problem is the problem of high rate of unemployment. When we fail to engage people adequately and productively, then they become materials for militancy, armed robbery, and other social vices. If we can strive to provide an environment where people can create jobs for themselves and by themselves, we would have dealt a deadly blow to the high rate of unemployment. The wealthiest nations are those where an environment has been set up for people to create jobs for themselves and solve problems. Many problems we complain about are minor and not immediate. Our greatest challenge is in the inability of our people to start their own jobs, occupations, farms, labs etc. This is our biggest economic woe.

We need to first change people’s mindset and also create environment by starting soft loans, check our land acts for easier farming, provision of incentives etc. As a people, we must begin to rise up and solve our own problems and no longer wait on the government.

“Incentives aren’t the only thing that matter for economic growth. Opportunity is also crucial, and extreme inequality deprives many people of the opportunity to fulfill their potential, and government programs that reduce inequality can make the nation as a whole richer by reducing that waste.” • Paul Krugman

The next challenge is the shortage of critical skills. This is another major deficiency. Many students and young people no longer want to study production courses. Young people want to become lawyers, doctors, accountants etc. if we must rise as Africa, we need more critical skills, we need productions courses, we need sub professional skills, we need more farmers, more community development leaders, we need effective production. There is no point having all the water bodies we have in Africa and still import any form of fish. We need skills. Not everybody should be geologists and chemists. We must begin to cherish our sub professional courses and artisans for effective production.

Furthermore, I want to discuss the false education in Africa. Education especially from the private stakeholders in Africa is quite expensive and is not geared towards the needs pf Africa. Schools are everywhere in Africa but education is scarce. Most of what is studied has no relevance to the people. The goal of education must include critical thinking, problem solving and self-reliance. When Education does not produce self-reliance, then it is illiteracy. Education must produce capacity and capability to take on challenges and make lives easier for other people. An educated mind cannot just go to school and all he wants to do all his life is seek jobs. Education and curricula must be geared towards the needs of the African people.

We need engineers who are graduates of our schools and who can make use of our resources to make machines. Those machines that can refine our own oils and work our own farms. We need doctors who can with the public health approach help citizens to live healthy and eradicate numerous diseases Africa is plagued with. We need these and more critically right now.

Brain drain also constitutes a major obstruction to human capacity development in Africa. When the best among us do not live among us or when we cannot retain the best to live with us, then we are left to suffer the consequences. We will then seek the help of expatriates and foreigners to give to us what we should be giving ourselves. The problem is when foreign trained graduates are done, they do not want to come back home due to higher pay and a better life abroad etc. If Africa is serious about development at all, we need to begin to address this problem of brain drain. We have to begin to instill patriotism in a lot more people. More Africans must become patriotic. More importantly, the issue of security and our social environment must be addressed, that cannot be overemphasized. Security is still a mighty challenge and many of our best brains overseas will not think it wise to come home and die when abroad is safer. It takes a greater deal of patriotism to make such a decision.

“The body may be bought with a pay check but the heart is earned with a purpose.” • Angela Lynne Craig

In all, what one man can do and the effect of one mind cannot be downplayed. Now imagine when we have more mind in development. Consider George Washington Carver, the ‘peanut man’ who helped his nation through severe economic recession with the wonder inventions from peanut. His efforts was recognized not just in his country but in many nations of Europe.

Whatever we are going through as a nation should not get us discouraged, we only need one man, more men, arising and releasing their enormous potential, developing that potential and using their skills to solve our problems. We need our youths to get more energetic and begin to solve problems. We need our young people to create solutions to solve our food problem through advanced farming. Rather than complain about salaries, let’s begin to think of creating jobs.
“Providing employment is the best form of social service, as it serves you, others, your country, your world – the entire society.” • Amit Kalantri

Africa Arise, you’ve got enormous resources and greatness. Many African countries have opportunities for almost 10-12 months of farming by weather, whereas many countries in Europe have an average of 5 months to farm. It is unacceptable then for Europe to still import food into Africa.

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