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With the financial system mathematically bound to fail, there is a high likelihood we will start seeing more and more people in need. Those people in need are your brothers and sisters. As always one must practice discernment, but helping expand perspectives on the reality of our situation is key to change. Taking back your will and energy from corporations will assist in their failure.

Remembering that corporations can’t feel like human beings, and that the only motive for a corporation is to sustain itself is crucial in these uncertain times. The only thing that makes an institution good or bad are the people that serve it. Each and every one of us serves a corporation at one point or another. Being more mindful that there is absolutely no concern for your well being from these fictional entities is imperative.  When observed from a bird’s eye view, the corporation, if considered a human as it is under the law, has the behavioural patterns of a psychopath. This is crucial to note and observe when these patterns show up in your own life. You may be taking home the corporate mind!

Taken from : http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Psychopathy :

Factor 1

Aggressive narcissism

  1. Glibness/superficial charm
  2. Grandiose sense of self-worth
  3. Pathological lying
  4. Cunning/manipulative
  5. Lack of remorse or guilt
  6. Emotionally shallow
  7. Callous/lack of empathy
  8. Failure to accept responsibility for own actions

Factor 2

Socially deviant lifestyle

  1. Need for stimulation/proneness to boredom
  2. Parasitic lifestyle
  3. Poor behavioral control
  4. Promiscuous sexual behavior
  5. Lack of realistic, long-term goals
  6. Impulsiveness
  7. Irresponsibility
  8. Juvenile delinquency
  9. Early behavioral problems

10.  Revocation of conditional release

Your actions shape the people around you, because humans are only the sum of their experience. Making their experience as stress free as possible allows for a much better lifestyle. Most often sail by people on the street without considering the spirit behind the eyes. There is also a lack of consideration for the experiences that shaped these people and why we see aggression and other types of unacceptable behaviour almost on a daily basis.  We all live under one sun! The perception of being better or worse than any other human can only be a manifestation of the ego. We are all equal under God/Yahweh/Allah/Creator, and we are all entitled to an equal portion of the earth’s resources.

As the economic collapse occurs, I would hope you have made preparations, and watch with joy as all of our theoretical liability melts away. The international bankers will of course want to hold Canada Corporation Liable for all kinds of debt. We can revoke our consent for the corporation to accumulate debt on our behalf, or we can continue to allow the bankers to rule our lives. This will most likely look something like one world currency. Personally I recommend you take an interest in storing wealth in something other than cash, something that exists in reality. Silver is portable and has industrial uses as well. There are all kinds of people on the silver train and it is only picking up pace. Now is a great time to buy as it is down to $36 an ounce from $50. Catch the wave before it goes back up.

Good Luck, God Bless,


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  1. McGoo on
    August 14th, 2011 4:00 pm
    # 1

    Of course I agree Iris. Generators, seeds, equipment. Anything that exists in reality is a good idea to invest in. I don’t have much silver but the wealth that I do have in reserves will certainly not be stored in cash. The dealers I buy from ARE in my local community. Searching out the best purchasing price often leads to a local buy. Interestingly enough it also makes connections to other like minded individuals. Great networking economy.

  2. Iriswaters on
    August 6th, 2011 12:18 am
    # 2

    Scarcity currencies have their own issues. Issues they have always had. They are far, far too easy to manipulate, and give far too much power to the wealthy. The real winners when you invest in silver are the silver brokers. Invest in your local economy, invest in a garden, invest in your schools. Don’t invest in gold and silver that only makes the rich get richer.

  3. thebiggreenlie on
    June 4th, 2011 5:32 pm
    # 3

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