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Extracting the Parasite Known as the Elite

In this DTOM article I attempt to describe the similarities between parasites found in nature and the Anglo-American elite.  I also offer my suggestions for extracting usury from the system, as I believe usury is one of the primary methods used by the parasitical classes.  Hope you enjoy reading it. 

My definition of a Parasite 

It’s important to explain the notion of a parasite from my own perception as I believe viewing the ruling classes as a parasite will allow us to understand their behavior with greater depth, knowledge, and wisdom.

A parasite – such as a tapeworm – is a life form that cannot survive without feeding off the energy obtained from a host body.  For example, a tapeworm lies in the gut of a mammal and absorbs the food ingested by the host.  The host, almost invariably, will have needed to expend energy to obtain the food either by grazing or through hunting and catching prey.

The tapeworm therefore needs a suitable host i.e. one capable and willing to provide food – a healthy host body.  The host body doesn’t need the tapeworm.  In fact, the host body would do far better without the tapeworm – as it then wouldn’t have a parasite consuming its energy.

My definition of a parasite is therefore: a body that absorbs the energy of a ‘host’ body.

The modern elite are akin to a parasite, but one much darker than a tapeworm.  The elite are more similar to the manipulative parasites found in nature.

Manipulative parasites

Parasitical life-forms that can control the behaviour of their host occur quite frequently around the world and throughout the ages.  Certain fungi – Ophiocordyceps unilateralis, -can manipulate ants to climb-up plants, anchor onto a leaf,  and then proceed to consume the ant’s brain before exploding and spreading spores onto other ants beneath the plant:  thus commencing it – the fungi’s – life-cycle once again.

Another parasite – the gordian worm – is able to create perceptual illusions such as ‘no water’, when in fact there is a big pond resulting in the host drowning-to-death.

Other illusions include the manipulation of the senses to make the scent of a predator appear desirable; akin to a human-being having an attraction towards the smell of wolves and lions.  The Pomphorhynchus laevis appears to be utilize this trick.

Such parasites use biological routes to manipulate their host’s behaviour, and the contemporary global elite also use pharmaceutical drugs in a similar manner.

The parasitical classes have utilized intoxicating substances as a method-of-control for a long time.  From encouraging alcohol use in both present and bygone times to having a significant influence upon modern illegal drug trafficking, it certainly appears that the parasites love to warp and manipulate our conscious thought and perceptions – so long as there’s some type of profit involved.

Other biological controls they employ include prescription drugs peddled by their petro-drug cartels, and additives put into our food and water supplies.

To combat these biological attacks on the senses we must embrace natural remedies for ailments, and reject any drug-derivatives we encounter on the street.  Humanity has always enjoyed becoming intoxicated, but we must look for natural home-made alternatives and not those packaged by the parasitical classes.  Consuming their intoxicants merely allows ‘them’ – a parasite – to grow, and we must all learn to starve-the-beast at every angle possible.  This also includes monitoring their other tool – behavioural-manipulation.

Throughout the nineteenth century a variety of controversial experiments were conducted both openly and in a covert manner.  The elite, through funding their puppet researchers, developed many behavioural strategies to control their host – us – and used the information from theories such as classical and operant conditioning to keep us running-on-the-mouse-wheel to ensure they could hitch-a-ride and parasite upon the fruits-of-our-labour.

Operant conditioning examines the notion of rewards/reinforcements and punishments.  Through usury, the parasitical class have encouraged our behaviour by rewarding those that play their game, and punishing those that choose not to.

To combat the parasitical class’ behavioural methods, you must be conscious of your behaviour.  Do your actions or inactions contribute in some manner towards feeding-the-beast, and if so, how can you embrace behavioural change within yourself, and start to cull the parasites rife within our society?

Stop running-on-the-mouse-wheel, and reject the scraps thrown to you by the parasitical class and recognise their ‘rewards’ for what they primarily are – an illusion.

To combat the reward/reinforcement aspect of operant conditioning we could simply embrace the hunger for a return to real money.

Another primary for of manipulation is the adjustment of societal norms and expectations.  This is such a large topic that I cannot do full justice to it here, and suggest you watch, or re-watch, Chris’ academy work regarding psychological control.  It’s sufficient to comment here that you social clock is engineered and the things you desire are often implanted at a subliminal level.

The return to money

Illusory currency has been around for such a long time that the parasitical class have become totally dependent upon it.  They’ve been able to do this as the common man has, for far too long, been tricked by hocus-pocus that pieces of paper and binary codes stored on a hard disk are actual assets.

Unfortunately for the parasitical class, the host – us – is evolving and developing numerous resistance ‘cells’ that are currently cornering the elite and exposing them at an ever-growing rate.

The DTOM website is one of many that advocate exchanging fiat currency into silver bullion whilst the opportunity to do so still exists.  Unlike many other forums and blogs, however, here at DTOM we have folk none too keen to wait for a knight in shining armour to come and rescue us.  The focus isn’t merely making a profit, either:  The DTOM community examine ways and means to ‘leave the debt farm’ in as smooth-a-manner as possible.

Silver is indeed money, but do you really believe that having bars and once ounce coins is a sufficient way to run an economy?  What if all two participants in the economy wish to do is have a medium-of-exchange for apples and potatoes?

An economy that utilises monetary metal as a currency is often hindered by the mindset of the wealthier members of that society.  Coins are usually created by those with the wealth, and as such the base-metal coins and smaller silver coins were rarely around in sufficient quantities for those lower down on the wealth scale.

Through my own research I came to the conclusion that the last decent monarch my country had was Queen Elizabeth the first.  Unlike her demented contemporary namesake, Queen Elizabeth the first defended the English against foreign taxation, and also minted more small coins that any monarch before her time.

A healthy economy will include many levels, and this can only be facilitated when the coins in play can account for all potential purchases: from a single red apple, to a fancy grand palace.

Gold and silver are not appropriate coins for small purchases whilst bronze/copper coins are not suitable for expensive purchases.  Lizzie the first – or at least her advisors – knew full well that a healthy economy must include everyone; from the lowest paid to the savvy entrepreneurs.  She therefore introduced bronze, silver, and gold coins en masse throughout her reign.

Money and the elite 

There isn’t a method to correctly assess the amount of money held by the Anglo-American elite.  It would appear they have virtually no silver after selling it cheaply for many decades, and the US treasury reports to hold none at all.  In bygone times, nearly every government would have held silver for coinage and security, but nowadays the landscape is very different.

The people have the silver, not the elite.

It is perhaps a different story with gold.  The central banks of the world have been net buyers for two years now, after being net sellers for many decades.  There are many gold-bugs amongst the people, and this trend will grow exponentially.

Do the people have more gold than the Anglo-American elite?  I’m not certain, but as the elite probably have far less gold than they state, and they have virtually no silver, the people have the money as of 2012.

The Anglo-American elite believe they can introduce SDR’s connected to the national and regional currencies of today.  They gambled with their money on persuading the world to accept their global debt-based currency.

Will you accept it?

Will humanity accept it?

I personally doubt it.  In fact, I foresee a 1340’s style collapse and the Rothschild’s of the world will be hunted down by those that perceive that some crimes simply cannot go unpunished. 

Most of us, however, should and must simply walk away.

Extracting parasites

At the beginning of this article I mention the parasite commonly known as a tapeworm.  Imagine discovering this tapeworm today, what would you do?  Would you proceed to take a sharp knife and cut-out the worm, or would you consume a substance known to poison it?  Obviously you would extract the parasite using the method known to have the least detrimental effect to yourself – or at least I would hope you would choose this option.

The elite use many methods to parasite off our energy, but their main weapon – in my most humble opinion – is the process known as usury.  The Rothschild bloodline have practiced usury on both gold and fiat currency.  Through this process they’ve manipulated governments, businesses, education, and ultimately most of humanity.

We therefore need to extract usury from the ‘system’.

We also, and more importantly, need to use a medium of exchange they cannot control; namely silver.  However, as stated, the current quantity of silver is not sufficient in most places, and, even more importantly, the silver is stored in bars and one ounce coins.

A crown is a British coin weighing in at 28.48 grams – smaller than a troy ounce.  Such coins were never popular amongst the people as they were considered too bulky and cumbersome.  It will be a similar story for the one ounce coins today.  They are bullion, but not a very good currency.

Constitutional Silver, is a currency system from a bygone time, and could certainly be incorporated alongside silver bullion.  However, I still believe this would be insufficient for every possible trade, and would urge people to consider the semi-precious metal monetary systems such as the nickel dollar.

In the UK, we could use the 1920-1946 50% silver coins alongside copper sterling.

Conclusion

The world is full of parasites.  Some parasites simply absorb energy from the host, whilst more malevolent ones actually control the behaviour of the host; often resulting in the host’s demise.

The Anglo-American elite – the Rothschild’s, the Windsor’s, and the Rockefella’s are a form of parasite that absorbs our energy: mainly through a process known as usury.

To extract one of their main routes, we must establish usury-free monetary systems, and such systems should – nay, MUST – include all the coins – bronze, silver, and gold.

The monetary systems we establish should incorporate many smallish coins of various metals.  An economy functions far better in this manner.

Think on…………………………………………….

Peace

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