from Bill Still
Here’s the promised link:
About a year ago, I realized that there was one topic that suddenly trumped my 25 years of work on the importance of monetary reform. I knew I would be risking losing that entire worldwide audience I’ve so painstakingly built up from nothing.
I have already paid a price for this. I’ve lost important friends over this, and I don’t want to lose my family as well. So this is the “why” behind the “what”.
Monetary reform requires civilization as a base. If you are living in the bronze age, you could care less about who profits from money creation. You just want to put food on the table.
Well, civilization – itself – is now coming under direct attack from an evil, medieval force – one whose target is not one nation, but the entire notion of civilization itself. Without a civilized society, there can be no monetary reform – at least one that empowers we, the little people.
This dark engine of destruction is hurtling down the tracks, right now – directly from hell – directly at us – with its lights out – hurtling as silently as possible. As with every good attack, it employs stealth for as long as possible. It’s basically the same system that was used so successfully by Germany to allow the rest of Europe to be lulled to sleep in the 1930s whilst Hitler re-armed for war.
Although this battle is still a distant concept to most of us who haven’t faced it on the front lines of Afghanistan and Iraq; it was a big deal in Europe for about 500 hundred years. Various European nations were able to turn the invasion back at great cost of blood and treasure. But the strength of Europe’s industrial age eventually made it too powerful for any resurgence. But this time, it’s different. This time the enemy returns only to be welcomed with open arms by a combination of do-gooder socialists, and deliberately-deceptive world leaders, under the camoflauge of Christian charity and diversity.
Fortunately, the U.S. has a warning system in place. We can see that it’s heading our way by watching the destruction of civilized life in three nations: England, France and Germany. It won’t take long. In fact, life in these 3 nations has already changed so dramatically that I might never feel safe traveling there again. Major city centers have been transformed into rape zones for European women, no matter what age. It’s so sad. Europe used to be such a safe place.
Then serendipitously, a presidential candidate came along who saw the same problem I saw. So, I jumped on the only engine with enough steam that could possibly save us from what I see as Europe’s sad, and probably irrevocable fate.
I know it’s hard to see this as a big problem just yet. But people pay us to read – a lot. It’s really too horrible a subject to dig into voluntarily. I certainly wouldn’t have done so if I didn’t have to. The most visible aspect of this oncoming war is the current Christian genocide in the East. Thousands of Christians are being slaughtered – not in the most expedient ways – but in ways that maximize both the victims’ suffering, and civilization’s horror. The horror not only feeds the unleashed evil at their core, but our ability to even slow their advance. Only this week did the U.S. call it what it is – genocide.
But it’s not just Christians who will be at risk in the near future. Eventually, the same fate will await all who resist. It’s just that Christians tend to resist more frequently.
You may think I’m a racist or a xenophobe. But this has nothing to do with race — it’s trans-racial. It has everything to do with pure evil trying to overwhelm civilized nations. This is a flat out invasion – a cultural invasion.
If you never listen to anything I say again, listen to this German guy who is the only person who has said this better then I. See the link at the end.
The thing he doesn’t mention is these folks will soon enough be able to vote, and soon thereafter you will have an alternate system of the rule of law established – Sharia – a law that – unlike the U.S. Constitution – demands obedience and exclusiveness; not the freedoms we all take for granted.