In honor of December 21, 2012, a date that a few elements in the West have used to bastardize the Mayan calendar with apocalyptic predictions, we present to you a philosophical debate. Felipe Gomez, leader of the Maya alliance Oxlaljuj Ajpop, told the AFP news agency, that December 21, 2012 only marks the end of one of the Mayan calendar cycles and never predicted the end of the world. The final 400-year cycle of the calendar, the 13th b’aktun that completes a 5,200 year era, will complete on December 21st.
“We are speaking out against deceit, lies and twisting of the truth, and turning us into folklore-for-profit. They are not telling the truth about time cycles,” Felipe stated. In a statement released by Oxlaljuj Ajpop, to the Mayans the end of the 13th b’aktun is important not because it means the end of the world but because of its spiritual significance in predicting “big changes on the personal, family and community level, so that there is harmony and balance between mankind and nature.”
In honor of this new spiritual awakening predicted by the Mayans, we address the question, “Is it possible to be moral and still work in banking?” We believe that because the Rockefellers and Rothschilds created our “modern” banking system with the express diabolical intent of transferring the wealth of nations to themselves with zero work and of preventing the people of these nations from revolting through the imposition of debt enslavement achieved through the administration of the fractional reserve banking system, the answer to this question is a definitive “NO”. The banking industry, as evidenced by the operational platform of the now-defunct Municipal Bank of Amsterdam founded more than 400 years ago, is completely capable of returning to a moral industry through the use of sound money principles. However, as long as today’s banking industry retains the complicit silence and support of good people that continue to work in an immoral industry, banking will never return to be the moral industry it once was.
Today’s banking system, as it was designed by a group of immoral men, perpetuates global poverty, perpetuates unnecessary wars, creates massive wealth inequality within and among nations, and not only encourages murder, homicide and terrorism, but aids and abets these criminal behaviors. This statement is not a metaphor but simple black and white truth. If you believe this statement to be a stretch of the imagination or a bastardization of facts, then either you simply are unwilling to face the truth of the banking industry today, or you simply do not fully understand how our global banking system truly operates today. Before I decided to walk away from the banking industry into a world of uncertainty in 2005, I worked for the Citigroup Private Wealth Management group. As such, our group was always receiving emails from then Citigroup CEO Sandy Weill about how to handle objections from our clients about Citigroup’s criminal behavior that ranged from rigging bond markets in Europe, laundering money for Yakuza in Japan and laundering money for Mexican drug cartels. Thus, even in my position, far removed from the top executives of Citigroup, it literally was impossible not to know about the rampant criminality of Citigroup. For other lower level employees of the bank, like bank tellers or retail bank employees, due to the compartmentalization process of banks, they did not receive these same emails. However, due to the call of many public figures and the media to the rampant criminality of the banking system, ignorance of the immorality of the banking system can no longer be a credible excuse for anyone working in the banking industry that wants to claim that they are still moral people.
In the video below, we reference materials for anyone still working in the banking industry so they can understand that a refusal to extract oneself from this criminal cartel directly supports the spread of misery and crime throughout the world. Simply put, because it is not possible to be a moral person and support a financial banking system that at its core, is fraudulent and misanthropic, one is forced today to make the extremely difficult choice of leaving the banking industry and facing economic uncertainty, or remaining as a cog in the machine and supporting immorality. We understand that this is a very difficult choice given the poor global economic environment that exists today, but morality is, and has always been, a difficult choice. There is no room for debate or argument that those that remain employees of a system as immoral as the global banking system support immorality, as this is a simple statement supported by logic and indisputable facts. The only question a bank employee must ponder is this:
“Will I retain my integrity and morality and walk away from the banking industry now or will I surrender my morality and stay?”
There will always be those that rationalize that they can stay moral even in an utterly amoral industry because they are not directly participating in the immorality. We imagine that these are the same rationalizations that the accountants and secretaries for Pol Pot, Mussolini and Hitler all used to make themselves feel better once they realized that the system they worked for was hell bent on destroying humanity. However, I am sure that as time passed, even for those that chose to cling to an immoral system strictly for financial reasons, it inevitably became harder and harder for even them to believe their own flawed reasoning.
The biggest illusion that the criminal banking cartel has sold the world right now is that we the people are powerless to affect or alter the global economic path of destruction that the they have set forth for us. If Afghanistan could defeat mighty military power Russia in a war, 6.8 billion people can definitely defeat a few thousand criminal bankers if we make the conscious and moral decision to do so. Often we are all too willing to passively accept something as not possible instead of taking the difficult first step towards something that is. The first step to take is always the hardest step and it’s the necessary one to inspire a mass moral awakening. So I plead with you to join me. Walk away from the banking industry and don’t look back until it fundamentally changes from a force that promotes misanthropy into a force that supports the right of all humans to pursue freedom and happiness. On the present path the global banking elite have put us on, revolution is coming. It is just a matter of whether we can convince the moral people of good character to leave the banking industry and thus usher in a peaceful revolution or whether we will be uncaring and apathetic enough to continue our support of this criminal industry and trigger a chaotic and violent revolution. Thus even if your gut reaction is to dismiss the contention that you can not be moral and work for a bank, for the sake of humanity, please take some time out of your day to view our video so that you may open up a debate with your colleagues regarding this topic. An intelligent society will never shut its eyes and ears to sensitive topics and will always open these topics to debate to reach the best and most sensible conclusion. May we all be intelligent and compassionate enough to choose the path of peaceful revolution.
References to help understand the immorality of the global banking system’s business model of fraud and
12-Year Old Child Reveals One of the Best Kept Secrets in the World (Explanation of the Canadian banking system but this is applicable for every banking system of every country in the world)
About the author: JS Kim is the Founder & Managing Director of maalamalama, a fiercely independent investment research & consulting firm dedicated to a mission of returning the world to sound money and to helping Main Street build wealth by fighting the fraud of Wall Street and the global banking cartel.