The Monetary Paradigm & Why Alex Jones is Irrelevant
There is no doubt that I have mixed feelings about Alex Jones, the fiery radio talk show host from Austin, Texas who is known mostly for his accusation of government being controlled by a tiny elite called the Illuminati. Whilst I share many views with Jones, and admire his stunning oratorical ability, I disregard his and other similar folks’ solutions to the global problems railed about due simply to the fact that many of these solutions are simply “work-arounds” designed to operate solely within the established order of things. In other words, Alex Jones is like the Windows geek offering to fix and clean your PC rather than to start from scratch with a brand new OS like Ubuntu.
Alex Jones supports Ron Paul. I like Ron Paul. However, Paul’s solutions are the very same as Jones’. We mustn’t get so caught up in this notion that the system can be fixed and all will be well that ends well. There isn’t any turning back at this point. Civilization is collapsing. Various life-systems are in decline across the globe. Our problems are no longer anchored to just one nation- our problems are truly global in scope. Thus, presenting solutions such as getting back to “sound money” and stopping all the deficit spending, ultimately reverting back to the Constitution exclusively sound great on the surface. Proponents of such ideas get a massive ground-swell of support in fact. But we must realize that if the “great libertarian dream” were to ever manifest, it wouldn’t be long before corruption ensued once again. Further, what good does a constitution in light of deforestation, increasing natural disasters, the depletion of our ozone layer, and so forth?
Perhaps the biggest issue at hand which must be taken into consideration when contemplating the fixes proposed by an Alex Jones or a Ron Paul is money. The mere existence of money, as I’ve shown repeatedly, acts as a suppressing force holding mankind back from achieving any sort of greatness. Even NASA admits that the reason we haven’t been to Mars yet is due to the cost of such an endeavor. Thus, proposing that we revert to the “gold standard”, a fix proposed by Alex Jones and the constitutionalist crowd, doesn’t nearly address the fundamental flaw of money’s existence in the first place. The monetary paradigm in and of itself is the ROOT of corruption- the driving force behind those who seek domination over the species- and is the filthy virus which needs exterminated fast.
My thoughts are this, Alex Jones and others like him are virtually irrelevant. We have to start thinking outside of the little American box and adopt a solid, global point of view. The Internet has interconnected the planet on a digital level. It’s now time to bring that same interconnectedness to the greater layer of reality. Imagine what we could accomplish as a species if we had a true, open-sourced civilization of genuine cooperation and shared dreams. Nothing would stand in the way of our ultimate evolution and growth. I mean, am I right or am I right?