I’ve had mixed feelings about money over the years.
Most of you reading this know that the people who control the United States dollar supply are Jews so naturally Jews being Jews, we have a complicated system which keeps the Jews involved eating like effendi even though they’ve never done an honest day’s work in their lives. Meanwhile the guileless, hard-working White man and woman, forced to use these declining value pieces of paper to survive, struggles to have enough of them. And of course, as you know, we’re often even sucked into paying interest to more Jew shysters for the privilege of borrowing and using money.
So I went through a period where I wanted to use as little money as possible. I didn’t want to be part of “the system”. I fantasized about living in the woods and getting my own food and necessities from the wild somehow but I didn’t have the guts or the know-how to figure out how to do it. So I just lived as cheaply as I could, even getting free food at churches and charities for a while. (Quickly realizing that SOMEONE was actually using MONEY to buy that food so I was STILL part of the system LOL) As an aside, if you decide to go this route, you will meet the most “colorful” characters! It is a full time job, going around getting free food and being in close proximity to beaners and drug addicts, I can tell you that. Not recommended! I didn’t last long.
So I’ve had an uneasy relationship with money. I don’t expect many of you have gone to the extremes I have to avoid using money but I imagine you might have some of the same feelings.
The thing I learned from my living cheap experiment is that on the ground, these dollars are just pieces of paper that we use in order to get what need. It’s that simple. Regardless of its source, there’s no need to get emotional about money, any more than I’d get emotional about a hammer. Hammers can be used for good or evil, to build a house or bash someone in the head. I don’t have to feel evil for using money. And if I want to save money for a day when perhaps I can’t work for money anymore, that’s okay too.
I know this “money isn’t evil” idea isn’t new and is very basic but I think it’s worth talking about because our conflicting feelings about money can make us very vulnerable to the vagaries of life and the schemes of the eternal Jew. And we mustn’t let that happen anymore.