Although the United States is known as the Freedom Country, the people of America have never truly known freedom. We have been enslaved right from the beginning. We are not free.
We are slaves to the Federal Reserve. The only way we can win this second battle for freedom––and truly be FREE––is to get rid of the Federal Reserve and the Freedom Thieves (as well as all their puppets).
Alexander Hamilton was commissioned to start the first bank in America. However, the First Bank of the United States was not an ordinary bank that he formed, it was a central bank––fashioned after the Bank of England. The First Bank of the United States was always tied to the Bank of England––and today the Federal Reserve still is. So you see, the United States was never really free from England. Then after its charter came to an end, the Second Bank of the United States was formed.
In 1913 America fell for this scam again, possibly because it was not presented to the people, but to Congress. Andrew Jackson had exposed the Second Bank of the United States as being corrupt. So this third time, this bank had a pretty new name so as to disguise it from the people: the Federal Reserve. However, it was not a federal entity, and it was not a reserve at all for anything.
In fact, the Federal Reserve doesn't belong to any country, nor a corporation. They are an independent entity, given control of our economy––as well as our money.
When you begin to study how the United States grew from the beginning, you begin to see some interesting (and alarming) patterns. What we now call the Industrial Revolutions (or progress) was and is a very sinister plot to undermine the people of this country––and the beginning of the end of America!
There is a common theme among each of the industrial revolutions: the invention of a specific technology that changed society fundamentally. Sounds like a nice plot to bolster the economy of America above all other countries, however, it also sounds like a deliberate, carefully thought out devious plan to destroy America and her people. Although it was intended to destroy America, these revolutions were designed to bring all people of all countries to a place where the Thieves could control them––and the world. This may sound silly, but we must remember that there is more at work here than mere people––there is a very evil spiritual entity involved––pure evil out to destroy God's creation!
People were sent over from England (such as Samuel Slater who introduced the textile industry to America) to instigate certain things––things that appear to be good for the country and sure progress––but in reality were the beginning of the destruction of America.
The United States grew so fast (too fast in fact). If anyone was looking on from the outside they would see a disaster in the making––the First Industrial Revolution brought a borrowing boom which was seemingly beneficial for agricultural improvements, enhancement of textiles and iron industries that accelerated structural change of business and massive social change; but more so for the banking industry.
With each of these Revolutions, and there have been four that I have found, more and more of the people's lives were destroyed and life, was not only disrupted but ultimately pointed in a completely different direction than it would have ordinarily gone.
No, these Revolutions were not happenstance, nor were they true progress––they were deliberately planned and carried out in order to ruin the United States for daring to defy England. Ultimately, they were on track to actually destroy all mankind and the entire world––in essence all of God's creation.
How can a devious plan such as this span almost three centuries? Easy. As mentioned in Chapter 4, these people were all Freemasons who already had an agenda to take over the world and its people. And they never veer from their agenda, unless someone stops them completely––which has never been done...yet.
The United States separating from Great Britain was a bit of a monkey wrench in the Freedom Thieves ultimate agenda. They hadn't planned on it, so they had to punish the people and get things back on track. It took about two hundred forty-five years because they had to go slow in order to keep their agenda a secret. They did not want anyone to know what they were up to, until the end––which is now.
The First Industrial Revolution
The First Industrial Revolution started in England around 1760 and lasted until about 1840. It was powered by a major invention: the steam engine––some have called it "one of the most distinguished turning points in human history."
. The steam engine enabled new manufacturing processes, leading to the creation of factories––a faster, more efficient way of manufacturing goods, but at what cost? The First Industrial Revolution created a wide gap between the rich and the poor––the poor were the factory workers who had to work sixteen hours in a day merely to save the family from starvation. Those who worked with their hands lost the production process due to the arrival of new technologies and machines.
This First Industrial Revolution was the transition from human and animal labor technology into machinery, and the development of machine tools. It began in Britain, but then made its way to the United States about the late 18th century.
The steam engine was the first steam engine of the modern manufacturing boom. It replaced animal labor, and manual labor here in America by the end of the 18th century.
Life before the First Industrial Revolution was quite simple and people were fine with the slow pace of life. But the plan to take over the world began to manifest between 1693 and 2020––and the Freedom Thieves were on a tight schedule. Note that all of these Industrial Revolutions began after the Alliance formed in 1693. There is no such thing as coincidence.
People's lives were not only disrupted for this new invention called the railroad, uprooted from their homes––homes they had sweated blood, sweat and tears to build up and keep only to lose them in the name of progress. Many lives were lost as well. This railroad did not benefit the people of the United States, it benefitted the elitists––the Freedom Thieves.
The Second Industrial Revolution
The Second Industrial Revolution came roughly one century later and was characterized by mass production in new industries like steel, oil, electricity, steel and petroleum products in the 19th century. It was from about 1870 to 1914. This Revolution also known as the Technological Revolution, and was a phase of rapid industrialization in the last third of the nineteenth century and the beginning of the twentieth century.
Advancements in manufacturing and production technology enabled the widespread adoption of pre-existing technological systems such as telegraph and railroad networks, gas and water supply, and sewage systems, which had earlier been concentrated to a few select cities. The enormous expansion of rail and telegraph lines after 1870 allowed unprecedented movement of people and ideas, which culminated in a new wave of globalization.
The light bulb, telephone and an internal combustion engine powered by oil, were some of the key inventions of this era, as well as the assembly line.
The Second Industrial Revolution brought the growth of railways and steam ships, faster and wider means of communication; and other inventions such as the Singer Sewing Machine.
New methods for manufacturing steel, especially the Bessemer process helped to create the first billion-dollar corporation, which was United States Steel, formed by financier J.P. Morgan in 1901 (the Rothschild family run this company today), who purchased and consolidated steel firms built by Andrew Carnegie and others.
The Third Industrial Revolution
The technological and social transformations that took place from the second half of the 20th century are what we now call the Third Industrial Revolution. Shortly after World War II, this Digital Revolution began to take place. Beginning in the 1960s, the inventions of the semiconductor, personal computer and the internet burst into the spotlight.
It all took place in the United States, Japan and Europe and focused on the emergence of new technologies, especially information technologies: the internet and the Left's search for new energy sources, like solar and wind.
Production of automation, smart technology, different means of transportation, globalization, changes in the industry, new media, economy and work, economic equality––all of which there are dire consequences to way of life for most people.
Two factors contributed to the beginning of the search for new energy sources in the mid-20th century. The first of these factors was the economic one, since there was an increase in the price of traditional energies. This got even worse in the 1970s and 1980s, with the fabricated oil crises'.
According to the Left, the Third Industrial Revolution is based on new discoveries produced in two fields: information technology and the search for sustainable energy. However, the Left are the only ones searching for sustainable energy. The Right is actually actively searching for FREE energy (as it should be––energy belongs to God).
The Fourth Industrial Revolution
The Fourth Industrial Revolution is different from the third for two reasons: the gap between the digital, physical and biological worlds is shrinking, and technology is changing faster than ever––a little too fast. But this too is by design.
This Revolution is a bit scary too, to say the least. It is where we are now––in the world of Artificial Intelligence and Sustainable Development. Neither of these is a good thing for the earth and its people. It is the most dangerous of the technologies that came about in this Fourth Revolution.
The Fourth Industrial Revolution represents extreme fundamental change in the way we live, work and relate to one another. However, this state we are in was designed to occur only because our lives evolved by way of the Freedom Thieves' indoctrination and propaganda over the centuries––i.e. we were programmed!
Not only do the changes within this Revolution cause a fundamental change in the way we live, it has brought us to the brink of possible extinction! Not because of the fake Climate Change, but because the Thieves want to depopulate the Earth to a great degree––such as by at least 90%.
The Thieves are determined to make the population of the Earth responsible for their irresponsible atrocities! Advanced digital technologies are changing manufacturing, and carry dire implications for the future of mankind, as well as further industrial development. This Revolution will send mankind into slavery, and eventually extinction if the Thieves have their way!
Fake studies show technologies like artificial intelligence will eliminate some jobs, while creating demand for new jobs and skills. Some experts warn of a “winner-take-all economy,” where high-skilled workers are rewarded with high pay, and the rest of workers are left behind.
In 2016, Klaus Schwab predicted (planned for) inequality would be the greatest societal concern associated with the Fourth Industrial Revolution. “There has never been a time of greater promise, or one of greater potential peril,” he said.
In reality, this false inequality is what Klaus Schwab and his cohorts are causing to happen––again and again, by design. According to Schwab, who is the head of the World Economic Forum (a Freedom Thieves organization) it is a new chapter in human development, enabled by extraordinary technology advances commensurate with those of the first, second and third industrial revolutions.
These advances are merging the physical, digital and biological worlds in ways that some warped minds believe create both huge promise and potential peril––actually potential evil. The speed, breadth and depth of this revolution is of course, by design.
The Thieves are the ones pushing this Fourth Revolution forward, and some companies are struggling to keep up with the fast pace of growing. As a result, he said, companies are left trying to fill a void and trying to understand how to implement advancements like Artificial Intelligence.
The Fourth Industrial Revolution refers to how technologies like artificial intelligence, autonomous vehicles and the internet of things are merging with humans’ physical lives. Klaus Schwab says the Fourth Industrial Revolution is about more than just technology-driven change; it is an opportunity to help everyone. But Klaus Schwab does not want to help anyone, except maybe to their death. Klaus Schwab is one of the Thieves.
Edited / Updated 2-22-22