by Zakir Khan July. 23, 2017 793 views

“His head is down; his body has given up, and his soul is lost. Thinking deeply, emotionally drained, in a moment of an agony and loneliness, he asked himself, “Was it worth it?” He gave his whole life to the SYSTEM to be productive and to make his job count. In the end, for all his labour, blood, sweat and tears, his life was a hoax. He owns nothing; he began in falsified debt and lived a life of a debt slave, and now his body has given up being productive, he is now hardly of any use to the system. He has always been running to survive and in the little time that he had to think over the course of all these years that he was being played; he remained confused and clueless. In reality, he is a slave who has passed his optimal productivity, so he must be replaced now. He is left with a mobility aid and an old house with none of his family around. It is a countdown to his expiry, and he is not even worth a penny anymore. Little did he understand.”

“At one time, he was young, energetic and ready to achieve the American dream, but over a period in pursuit of his dream, he was lost in the shadow of its illusion. He never understood that his freedom was compromised, and he is chasing a false dream. He thought he has to work, work and consumed, a lifestyle of falsified debt that everyone else is living. He became part of the herd, which has no minds of its own, and he just followed sign after sign - till he found himself in a narrow tunnel with no way out. He was used until it was too late for him to understand his reality. The system played him well; he remained in a web of lies until his energy and blood are sucked to the very last drop. Life has been unfairly cruel to him, despite the fact that he always believed in change through the political process.”

“He now understands that the evil which forced him to end homeless on the street is ‘USURY’ and the theft of his promissory obligation by the banks. In reality the banks never loaned him a penny but he was made to believe that it was the bank which created the money. This is how the banks steal the ownership of real wealth. They charge interest on the principle amount which is purportedly loan to the people without risking anything of value. The interest is never created - so it is mathematically impossible to pay down. It makes sense now why he had to lose his house. It is he who created the money through his hard work, labour, sweat, toil and production. All his life - that what he was doing, for the banks only. Now he can see the gigantic fraud played upon humanity - a system which is meant to rip them off of every penny. He is nothing but a slave who is at the mercy of these zombie blood sucking parasites. He is ashamed that he lived an honest life enslaved to a SYSTEM, which is bogus and fraudulent. All he had done his whole life is what his job manual tells him to do. He lived by the banksters' code. It was a lie, it was a trap. It has never been about the interest of the people but the INTEREST to the banks.”





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Lize Marié Coetzee 3 years, 9 months ago

This is beautiful!

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Zakir Khan Replied to Lize Marié Coetzee 3 years, 9 months ago

Thanks @Lize

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Berckmans Peter 3 years, 9 months ago

His soul is not lost, he lost it sold it he bargained gambeld with it and the system took all. Thinking he was doing the right thing. He is not alone, we are with billions,for him it is over but most of us are running the maze of the system full with Lies trickery theft and broken dreams. We trusted Banks untill they showed us a glimps of their true face. After everything the system still feeds on us and we are not strong enough to break free. When Will we rise out of the ashes  from the fire that is started. One day

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Zakir Khan Replied to Berckmans Peter 3 years, 9 months ago

Thanks @Berc kmans for the comment.

3 years, 9 months ago Edited