The Lost Decade: Discovering Your Life Mission

Below, please find a video about discovering your life mission that I made specifically in response to the horrifying economic conditions that bankers have deliberately created and ushered into this decade with their Central Bank currency wars and race to devaluate all major fiat reserve currencies into worthlessness. If we use the real inflation equation (that takes into real costs of living like absurdly rising food and energy costs) then inflation has been about 8%, 9%, 10%, and even higher than 12% every single year for the last decade in the United States versus the ridiculous 1.5% annual inflation that the bankers state as the “official” US rate that fails to include every rising and important component of the cost of living inside the United States. And given these aforementioned real inflation rates, the US dollar has lost a stunning 70%+ of purchasing power in a period a little longer than the last decade. With the wars that banker-run governments have instigated all over the world and the wars they now seek to lead governments into as a distraction from their wealth destruction policies, according to the UNHCR, there are now well over 15 million refugees, nearly a million asylum seekers and an additional 28.8 million forced to flee their homes in their own countries. However as we well know, these numbers tend to be grossly underestimated given the difficulty in documenting refugees accurately. In addition to this minimum of 45 million people that are either homeless, without a country, or living in transient conditions, as of the end of last year, in Greece, 58% of youth were unemployed, in Spain, 57.4% of youth were unemployed, and overall youth unemployment in the entire European Union stood at an astounding 23.2%. Furthermore, as these are “official” government numbers, and we know that governments and bankers deliberately falsify real unemployment numbers in every country to make these numbers look better than they really are, these numbers may be a gross misrepresentation of the true unemployment numbers, even as miserable as they are at the current time. All of these conditions make it more critical to finding your life mission to remain happy in the world today.


It is undeniable that for most of us, our priorities are going to have to change as we all adjust to a standard of living that is less than that of the prior generation. Whether we want to accept it or not, this last decade was the start of a downward economic spiral ushered in by Central Bankers’ race to debase all fiat currencies. As a consequence, the next decade will almost surely become the Lost Decade due to the economic devastation that will afflict nearly everyone, with the exception of the globalist bankers that have deliberately created this crisis. Despite the lies of politicians and bankers worldwide, there has been absolutely no economic recovery, and very little global manufacturing growth and job growth in all major developed world economic regions. Furthermore, developing regions of Asia, flooded by cheap yen, dollars and Euros spurred by out-of-control, unchecked Central Bank monetary creation, has become the 2013 version of the 1997 Asian financial crisis waiting to happen all over again with inflated and unsustainable Real Estate markets and out of control debt fueling current growth that cannot be repaid.


However, there is reason to be optimistic regarding the future as well, because Central Bank tyrants will fall as all tyrants eventually do, and they will also die, as all humans do. This could open up the doors to re-set the world’s economy with a new sound monetary system and a system where the economic playing field really does provide opportunity to all classes instead of being rigged to serve the 1/10th of 1% only. I believe that one of the major problems with today’s economies involves the people’s pursuit of jobs based upon salaries and nothing else. Too many of us seek the highest paying jobs, often in industries that produce zero benefit and zero job growth for society, such as banking. Such a strategy is unsustainable and we are currently witnessing the devastating consequences of such selfish pursuits. The pursuit of money over all else has led to growing salaries of the 1% and the decline in salaries of the 99%. Even former Fed Reserve Chairman Paul Volcker lamented in a 2009 meeting of financial industry executives: “I wish someone would give me one shred of neutral evidence that financial innovation has led to economic growth — one shred of evidence.”


If we start concentrating on encouraging our youth today to pursue careers not just based upon salary, which seemingly drives the majority of youth’s career pursuits today, but by an industry’s contribution to the advancement of humanitarian progress, then noble industries will become the higher paying industries. Simple supply-demand determinants can be used to start driving the most brilliant minds into productive industries today instead of destructive industries and to also transform destructive industries like banking into productive industries once again. How do we do this? By encouraging everyone we know to seek out their life mission. Furthermore, I believe that a mass distortion of industry salaries has taken place and we must correct this distortion. It is patently ludicrous that New York Yankees baseball player Alex Rodriguez earns 7.5X’s as much (nearly $150,000) playing two hours of baseball than 40% of all working Americans in an entire year ($20,000) in 2013. It is also patently ludicrous that the NFL, PGA and NHL all are granted 501 (c) (6) non-profit status and pay zero taxes on their billions of revenue every year. Apparently, Major League Baseball had this same status but voluntarily chose to revoke this status because such status compels all executives’ salaries to be publicly reported and MLB owners did not want their salaries to become part of the public record. In part we, the public, are to blame for this mess, as without millions of rabid fans, there would be no outrageous salaries for playing a children’s game. There is nothing wrong with watching sports as entertainment. However, there is something inherently wrong with becoming so enraptured by these modern day “gladiator games” that one spends hours arguing over sports that have no direct impact upon the quality of one’s life, but will refuse to spend 30 minutes to understand why our current fractional reserve banking system is wickedly immoral, a facet that directly erodes everyone’s quality of life. We always are fond of stating cliché’s like “the children are our future” yet we invest nearly nothing in the teachers we entrust with their guardianship for nearly all the waking hours of their lives between 5 and 21 years of age. We could start by paying teachers an annual salary equivalent to just two games of baseball player Alex Rodriguez’s salary and this simple action may finally start luring the most brilliant minds available into the field of education.


So here is my open letter to all those struggling with the stark reality of global economies that clearly are not recovering today:


“Do not let the economic devastation bankers are creating lead us down the wrong path. Violence is the easiest, basest, and most visceral response to the injustices being heaped upon us, but there is no hope and no pathway to truth from a path of violence. Explore our YouTube channel for peaceful solutions, because they do exist, and we have discussed them. Never let those in power trample on our freedom, so while peaceful options should ALWAYS be explored first, if necessary, defend yourself and your family at all times. Truth is the rarest of commodities now, rarer than gold, rarer than silver, rarer than diamonds. We must do all we can to cultivate truth instead of to destroy it, for it is truth that will get us through these darkest of hours. Do not feel that we have no way out solely because something may be illegal. Our justice systems have been so perverted by the people that run our world today that many things that are legal are immoral and many things that have been deemed illegal are moral. Be guided by what we know to be right and wrong and by morality instead of by imperfect laws made by imperfect men that are enforced by immoral brutes. Most of all, please do not consider suicide as an option to whatever economic dilemmas we may face today. Without the love we provide to our families and those closest to us, the strong will falter, the weak will perish, and those that have been waging an economic war against humanity, though small in number, will win.”

“Stand strong in the face of cruelty and inhumanity, resist giving in to our basest desires of violent retaliation, and fight fear with education and solidarity with others, as their is strength in numbers. Bankers may be capable of taking away our homes and our jobs, but we must not let them also steal our minds, our collective spirit, our courage and our morality. We must prepare our minds now because as bankers widen the path of global economic destruction, they will try to manipulate the mentally weak against the mentally strong and turn us against one another. Do not be divided by their tricks and their message of religious and racial hate, which they will turn towards as weapons of division as their economic destruction deepens. The more they attack us, the more we must resist, the more they take away our wealth, they more we must pool our resources to resist. Think about using concepts of local community to resist, whether this involves forming community farms, community services, and community loans for those struggling the most in your communities.”

“As times get worse, the unthinking and unfeeling that lord over us will attempt to goad us into fighting amongst one another like animals. They will spread fear and hatred among the weakest amongst us, of whom are plentiful, in an attempt to splinter and conquer us. The more they preach about our differences, the more we must search for and find our similarities. The more they attempt to divide us, the more we must strengthen the bonds that unite us, especially if we find these bonds to be fragile. The more they reach out among the weakest of us to destroy us, the more we must take care to encircle and protect them from their propaganda. We must not allow the tyrants to turn us against one another as they deepen our economic struggles. We must be kind to one another, but at the same time, we must be extremely vigilant in rooting out all agent provocateurs that will fracture our unity. We must learn to let go of our egos for the greater good of humanity. If we can do all these moral yet simple things, misery has not a chance of winning and we will prevail.”


To accompany the above message, I am releasing the below video. For others that may disagree with the message contained in the below video, I only suggest that you return to it again in a few months and watch it again. Perhaps if it does not strike a chord with you now, as you witness the economic devastation increase over the coming months and years, you may discover that you change your mind in a few month’s time. It is time we change our way of thinking. Times of economic degradation demand that all of us find our mission in life if we have not yet done so. Focusing on the larger vision of life is one way to not only survive this devastating economic mess in which we find ourselves, but also, much more importantly, to emerge from this crisis as stronger and more enlightened human beings with a real opportunity to shape our future into a better one for future generations.


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About the author: JS Kim is the managing director of maalamalama, a fiercely independent consulting and research firm that strategically focuses on the best ways to buy gold and silver as an important hedge in the ongoing currency wars.


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