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Anna in Wonderland
by Anna von Reitz
Forget about sweet little Alice. This is Grandma Anna reporting from Wonderland.
This morning I was awakened at 4 a.m. with a feeling of uneasiness. Why? Because the polarity we have lived with and in for so long is shifting, and yet, the old paradigm persists with great stubbornness and will not yield to any gentle remedy.
I have given the world a gentle remedy, one that would not hurt anyone— a simple bookkeeping adjustment that would bring everything back into balance, create a credit-based world economy, and provide for everything anyone on Earth needs to thrive and be happy.
The only thing standing in the way are illusions of greed and power related to things that don’t exist. Delusions, in other words. Falsehoods. Lies. But even the liars are deceived.
In a way, among all the strange things I have observed, that is the strangest of all. You would think that the liars could keep track of their own lies and therefore know the truth, but in fact, they are just as confused as everyone else. Maybe more so.
Among the infinite number of truisms and adages my Mother faithfully drilled into me is this one: “It’s hard to cheat an honest man.” — and recent events force me to revisit that little proverb from a new perspective.
It’s hard to cheat an honest man because he flat-out isn’t interested in any schemes of unjust enrichment, so his own virtue is his safeguard against being embroiled in any scams.
I have known and benefited from that fact first-hand, so that is no mystery to me, but I never paused before to take in the inverse of that little adage: it is easy to cheat a dishonest man—because they aren’t thinking straight in the first place.
And that is what has happened here and throughout the world. A vast number of dishonest men have fallen victim to their own lies and delusions and willingness to cheat and oppress others.
They’ve come to believe their own bull-crap, so they are utterly undone and confused when—guess what? Their lies turn out to be lies—and nobody could be more disappointed about it than they are?
What I am seeing this morning rather defies and beggars description.
Washington, DC, as a whole, is waking up to the fact that quadrillions of dollars have been embezzled out of our country by politicians and military officers and so-called “intelligence agencies”.
This is no news to me. Is it news to you? Should it be news to anyone in Washington, DC? Anyone in Peking? Anyone in Brussels? After all, these other countries have been on the receiving end of the pipeline.
They have been benefiting from all this fraud and the plunder being sent home to London and Rome and then dispersed to all the collaborators as part of the Hague Conventions.
I don’t think anyone but the slumbering, trusting American people have any right to be surprised, and yet, the “Ant Hill” is swarming and the media black-out is like pitch and the diplomatic couriers are leaving smoking footprints in the snow from here to Belgravia this morning.
In the midst of this madness, let me suggest an immediate Executive Order ending all mortgage foreclosures in this country? That would be a logical response to the “discovery” of massive, automated, patented fraud that has been fully admitted on the public record by the perpetrators themselves—would it not?
What’s the point in throwing another six million American families out into the snow just before Christmas, when you know for a fact that the claims against them are all fraudulent?
What’s the point of protecting guilty banks and bankers and lawyers and public officials who have participated in the pillaging of fraudulently created public trusts?
In the immortal words of Jay Rivera, “It is what it is.”
Putting lipstick on the pig, pretending that it is in fact a chinchilla, doesn’t change anything.
Stealing from your employers, attacking your own people— that’s just crazy, criminal nonsense.
President Trump—start with a mortgage foreclosure moratorium. Failing to do so only increases the liability of everyone responsible, both commercially and morally.
Step two — call off the Bar Association attack dogs and shut down the District Courts for any activity other than the administration of actual federal business involving actual federal employees and actual federal dependents. Go after actual “federal citizens” all you like, but leave peace-loving Americans who have been conscripted under fraud, force, and duress alone.
Step three — return the Magistrate level courts to their proper venue and return the bulk of law enforcement officials to active duty as peacekeeping officers tasked with upholding the Public Law.
And all the bankers worldwide? Reconsider my January 6 Mandate. There are worse things than being forced to do business in an honest way and giving back a portion of profits for good works as a B Corporation.
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