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Indentured Labor - Here We Come
Indentured labor is a system that, at first, replaced slavery and was little better than slavery itself.
It was a system, usually used on the Indian, Chinese or Pacific peoples to ensure their continued labor.
Basically it would force the laborer to become so indebted to the employer that he had no choice but to continue to work for him, regardless of the conditions imposed.
The workers would be taken to another country but told that their families, left at home, could credit goods at the company store until the worker’s return. Of course, the debt incurred by the worker and his family, meant that the worker could never afford to return home and if he stopped working his family would be held responsible for their debt.
Although this system often referred to as the “coolie” system usually implied to foreign workers, a similar system was used for local labor.
During these times of the financial crisis, we are rapidly approaching the re-immergence of similar practices.
In the United Kingdom this week, it was reported that unemployment was the lowest for seven years. What isn’t so readily reported by the elitist owned western media is the fact as to why unemployment has dropped.
In the UK now, yes perhaps it is easier to get a job but why?
Employees now have to settle for less hours, lower rates or merely payments in commission only. The rules have changed.
In Michigan this week it has been decided that workers do not have to join a union on acquiring a job. This is a similar situation. Soon those getting employed will be those that agree not to join a union and then salaries, bonuses and working conditions shall all change.
The so called “free” civilized world is today taking a backward step.
You cannot blame the workers; they are in urgent need of any income.
This situation has been carefully orchestrated by the rich elite.
These elitists, sometimes referred to as the New World Order, are striving to have complete control of all money and labor. Their two main tools are monetary depression and war.
- Are You a Victim of Modern Slavery?
Modern day slavery can be control of your money. You may work hard for it but who gets it all?
War and Inflation
These elite bankers encourage conflicts between countries, and then lend all the countries involved in the conflict, money. They are the only winners.
They manipulate loans and lending rates to create inflation. A combination of manipulated lending rates and wars helps their cause even more.
First they give artificially low interest rates and encourage governments, businesses and people to borrow money.
They claim that they loaned out too much and request that the government and people bail them out. Once this has happened, supposedly at the request of the people, they announce more sanity in their business and hugely increase interest rates. The government, businesses and people are over whelmed with debts that they struggle to pay. What is the solution?
Businesses have to borrow more or close down. People find themselves without jobs, yet still loans to pay.
Jobs finally come back but at the terms the elite want, scarcely better than indentured labor.
- What New World Order?
There is a lot of talk about a New World Order. Is it just talk or is it not enough talk?
All this can of course happen without any wars but wars certainly hurry up the process.
Let’s face it; the elite families do not join any military. They do not have to live in a war ravished country. They and their wealth are safely harbored in “safe havens”.
This is a process that has been going on for centuries but it is the last century that saw the unending implementation of their arrogant plans.
First there wasWW1, and then falsely brewed depression of 1929, WW11 and then an endless stream of conflicts and depressions.
The elite always supporting democracy, as if it was not for their manipulated democracy, they could not say that they are complying with the wishes of the masses. Perhaps the misinformed, manipulated masses but none the less, still the wishes of the masses.
The conflicts are for what?
The elite do not have national patriotism or religious persuasion, so what apart from loans, do they get to gain?
The answer of course is: they are able to acquire more products of real wealth, like oil or minerals. They will buy these with their millions of US dollars, just before they cause the absolute crash of that same US dollar.
Their own wealth has become ten fold and the work force have become completely subservient to their bankers.
Goodbye civility and freedom, hello the elite and indentured labor.