Charles Hugh Smith: Beyond Elections — What We Don’t Elect Matters Most: Central Banking and the Permanent Government

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Charles Hugh Smith

What We Don’t Elect Matters Most: Central Banking and the Permanent Government

If we avert our eyes from the electoral battle on the blood-soaked sand of the Coliseum and look behind the screen, we find the powers that matter are not elected: our owned by a few big banks Federal Reserve, run by a handful of technocrats, and the immense National Security State, a.k.a. the Permanent Government. These entities operate the Empire which hosts the electoral games for the entertainment and distraction of the public.

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