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Forum Post: Am I the only one here who thinks Babylon is falling?

Posted 6 years ago on Oct. 12, 2011, 7:21 p.m. EST by 666isMONEY (348)
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I feel scared Signs of the times Things are probably worse than economists are saying I think geologists, biologists, climatologists and the plutocrats know life as we're living it is unsustainable I believe the reports that George Bush bought 100,000 acres in Paraguay The plutocrats have jets & yachts to escape to Australia when the shit hits the fan The only solution I see is to abolish money and conserve the planet There might be mass die-off Someone could easily spread a contagious virus Enthusiastic about what Time to fight or flee Be prepared



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[-] 3 points by Skippy2 (485) 6 years ago

I agree,thats why I stockpile guns, ammo,cigars and whiskey. It will be one hell of a party.

[-] 2 points by Lefty (16) 6 years ago

Skippy where do you live? I'm coming to your place when it hits.

[-] 1 points by 666isMONEY (348) 6 years ago

I plan to do the same but I prefer vodka & pot. (Want to get a good garden in, grow corn, beans, squash, peppers and have some chickens & goats.)

[-] 2 points by RastafariAmerican (141) from Yonkers, NY 6 years ago

There are many possible outcomes to the situation...the choice is ours. Find the strength within yourself to harness all of that negative energy into positively changing the world around you.

[-] 2 points by Flsupport (578) 6 years ago

This is The Lord!!!! I have returned at the end of the seven trumpets!!! Now the golden age has come.....let us eat grapes and do whatever else people do during the golden age!!!!The New Jerusalem is here!!!!! Put down your protest signs for Armageddon has arrived!!! So Sayeth I, The Lord, on or about 13 Oct 2011

[-] 2 points by quadrawack (280) 6 years ago

You want to get scared? I've lived through one massive economic collapse (Argentina). Spent 10 years studying about what's happening now.

If you really want to crap your pants, read my article that I posted about two days ago.


[-] 1 points by 666isMONEY (348) 6 years ago

nice post/link quadrawack . . . that's the kind of thing I'm afraid of . . . U$A/Babylon has BAD karma

[-] 1 points by Dost (315) 6 years ago

Skip, count me in. Where do you live. Any women involved?

[-] 1 points by KnowledgeableFellow (471) 6 years ago

It's not Babylon falling, it's your stupid tent city falling.

[-] 1 points by Flsupport (578) 6 years ago

By the way, you might think it a little cheeky that I, The Lord, chose to come to you by way of the internet but Steve Jobs just came here and delivered an IPad. What, you thought the apple and the tree of life were just some kind of symbology?

[-] 1 points by IvanEmiL (1) 6 years ago

What babylon tries to offer, rasta refuse it. -Tribal seeds

[-] 1 points by 666isMONEY (348) 6 years ago

What Babylon try to offer, rasta refuse it Yea wave up your money Boast up your riches Who will save the man, the man who soul is wicked? Oh hearts fool of greed, your word so deceiving Satan offer wickedness and foolish they receive it All their weeping souls, their ears never hear it All them take away for materialism Bun up the heathen Babylon word is destroying many men Them take the herb and hand us the gun

What Babylon try to offer, rasta refuse it What Babylon try to offer, rasta refuse it

True intentions of satan shall not slip past Jah sight Babylon your false words shall be recognized For the money they quarrel so viciously Women selling yourself so seductively They have thrown away all that's good and right And Babylon word is destroying many men Them take the herb and hand us the gun!

Ride on, ride on Children of Jah, ride on


[-] 0 points by atki4564 (1259) from Lake Placid, FL 6 years ago

Exactly, but we need a comprehensive strategy, and related candidate, that implements all our demands at the same time, and although I'm all in favor of taking down today's ineffective and inefficient Top 10% Management system of Business & Government, there's only one way to do it – by fighting bankers as bankers ourselves. Consequently, I have posted a 1-page Summary of the Strategic Legal Policies, Organizational Operating Structures, and Tactical Investment Procedures necessary to do this at:




if you want to be 1 of 100,000 people needed to support a Presidential Candidate – such as myself – at AmericansElect.org in support of the above bank-focused platform.

[-] 1 points by 666isMONEY (348) 6 years ago

We don't need presidents but technocrats to run a technocracy and to get enough people to eliminate money.

[-] 1 points by quadrawack (280) 6 years ago

China is a technocratic dictatorship. A lot of people call it communist, but when you really analyse the economy and the government, it's as far from communist as you can get. Hypercapitalist to the nth degree, and the politburo is staffed with nothing but engineers and technology wonks who rule with an iron fist.

I'm not sure if a technocracy is the best way to go...

[-] 1 points by 666isMONEY (348) 6 years ago

A true communist believes in eliminating money: http://666ismoney.com/Satan.html

[-] 1 points by atki4564 (1259) from Lake Placid, FL 6 years ago

If you read my post then you know that I am in perfect agreement with you on creating a technocracy. Furthermore, any candidate is a straw man; it's the STRATEGY that the people organize themselves behind, in military internet formation, that's important. Every such strategy must have a Speaker that the enemy can shoot at politically, or the public won't take you seriously. For that reason, I hope you will join the group at http://finance.groups.yahoo.com/group/StrategicInternationalSystems/ because every person added is more powerful than the last person added.

[-] 1 points by 666isMONEY (348) 6 years ago

I'd rather have many famous ppl get together to add publicity and credibility for eliminating money.

[-] 1 points by atki4564 (1259) from Lake Placid, FL 6 years ago

So would I, but it isn't in their financial interests to do so, so they never do. The bank already owns them, for it was their money which elected or promoted them and prohibited challengers through the media which they also own. If you don't own the banks, then you don't own 10 times more capital as a bank owner-voters like they do. Remember that 40% of Corporate Profits are Bank Profits, and thus give them 40% control, which control you must have in order to accomplish anything, for the entire system revolves around banking.

[-] 1 points by 666isMONEY (348) 6 years ago

There have been a few famous ppl stop by liberty park like Susan Sarandon, Ralph Nadar showed up in DC, a few university professors showed up . . . a few singers too. This is the only way I see real change happening or else we'll all be fooled again. I'd kinda like to be the speaker too, lol. Here's my website: http://666ismoney.com

[-] 1 points by atki4564 (1259) from Lake Placid, FL 6 years ago

True, but none of them advocates converting banking into a direct democracy as cited in my link. If they did, they wouldn't have a job, and might even get killed. It takes self-sacrifice, even to risk death to lead that way, and few people are that courageous, except former military guys like me.

[-] 1 points by 666isMONEY (348) 6 years ago

None of them want to abolish money either . . . be prepared 'cause I have little faith in anything significant happens until TSHTF.

[-] 1 points by atki4564 (1259) from Lake Placid, FL 6 years ago

Money can be eliminated by 75% today, but only with productivity improvement that result in 75% lower prices. For example, the 99%, as Home Town Banks of 65,000 Members, can divide themselves into 16,384 Vehicle Investment Groups of 4 Members, with each group of 4 Members purchasing a hybrid-diesel-hummer-limo Cab which they then put into their Town Cab Fleet of 16,384 Cabs. Why? Because this would reduce their Individual Transportation Costs by 75% (Cost of 1 Cab / 4 Members = 75% less cost per member), and yet they would have a Luxury Limo Cab available to them, out of 16,000 cabs in their Town, five minutes after calling for one, but not necessarily the specific luxury cab they own 25% of. This 75% reduction in Individual Transportation Costs -- for everyone -- reduces transportation prices by 75%, and thus money, by 75% (and let's not forget the lessening of Mother Nature's burden from having 75% fewer cars with no traffic jams). Furthermore, the list of simple productivity improvement like this one -- which the 99% want but the 1% don't want -- are endless. But first, the 99% must control the banks before the can control their Town (and National) design in this manner which is less costly (in terms of the worker hours to maintain it by 75% too) and yet have 75% greater luxury (such as a limo cab) at the same time. Consequently, to decentralize banking is to lower cost is to lower price is to lower the existence of money by 75% across the board of all similar such services, and eventually, prices to zero.

For this reason, I hope you will join our group of 11 at http://finance.groups.yahoo.com/group/StrategicInternationalSystems/ too, for every person added is more powerful than the last person added.