This is a saying of the Khoi San, the Bushmen, of southern Africa. The amaZulu of South Africa express this saying as Umuntu ngumuntu ngabantu, you are because we are.

The world as we know it operates under a law. This law is ancient.This law is called Lex Mercatoria. It is the Merchant`s Law. Before Humanity lived under Lex Mercatoria we lived under Lex Naturalis.The Law of Lex Naturalis is expressed in the saying of Umuntu ngumuntu ngabantu. Lex Naturalis is Universal Law.


Strawman – The Nature of the Cage (OFFICIAL)

Source: The Nature of the Cage


Synthetic Dreams

It seems like we are living in an artificial reality, a synthetic dream, a synthetic culture spun for us by the media through the mainstream news channels, the entertainment world on our TVs and by Hollywood. We are being led to believe lies that are the opposite of the truth. While our education systems, our lifestyles and our food are all being designed to make us dull minded, unhealthy and depressed. We are less intelligent now than we were 100 years ago despite modernization.

I think this film best portrays how things are, how we are unknowingly working for the criminal elite who are manipulating our DNA and our reality.





  1. If the American people knew thingot, exactly how the monetary and banking system worked, there would be a revolution before tomorrow morning. Henry Ford, founder of the Ford Motor Company, is quoted as having said much the same thing early in the 20th century.And no wonder that Mervyn King, governor of the Bank of England, said as recently as October 2010 in a speech he gave in New York, “Of all the many ways of organising banking, the worst is the one we have today.”Martin Wolf, the Chief Economics Editor at the Financial Times, said: The essence of the contemporary monetary system is the creation of money, out of nothing, by registered banks’ often foolish lending… Banks create new money (the numbers in your bank account) when they make loans. As the Bank of England says, “When banks make loans they create additional [bank] deposits for those that have borrowed the money.” (Bank of England Quarterly Bulletin 2007 Q3, p377). This means that in the UK, nearly every pound in the economy today was created when somebody went into debt. All the money that we need to trade, to buy food, and to run businesses, must be borrowed from the profit-seeking banking sector, at a huge cost to us, and a massive benefit to them.The famous economist J.K. Galbraith said The process by which banks create money is so simple the mind is repelled. With something so important, a deeper mystery seems only decent.”

  2. It has always been like that.It is called A corporate World owned by the Rothschild who has a reserve bank in almost every country and creating civil wars to install such banks into countries like Iran,North Korea, Rwanda,Libya, Southern Sudan, Iraq & Syria. They also put their puppet as a President to swing things their own way

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