The Debt Slaves Are Waking Up – Real Reason for Brazil, Turkey, Occupy Protests
By: Nadeem Walayat
Jun 25, 2013
The ongoing unrest right across the globe that started some two years ago with the Arab spring which sparked the Occupy movements in many western nations and most recently came to Turkey and this past week Brazil is a manifestation of what amounts to the worlds debt slaves waking up to the realisation of the truth that they do not have any real power to decide what happens to them in everyday life.
The Brazilian and Turkish demonstrators put forward a confusing array of differing reasons as to why they are protesting from the rising price of goods and services, lack of effective education and health services, and against the prevalence of corruption amongst politicians that purport to represent them. However the truth is that the people are seeking freedom from a state of perpetual slavery, as slavery of the masses has continuously existed since before the dawn of civilisation, where the few elite have always controlled the actions of the majority of over 90% towards their bidding and in their service.
The realisation amongst many demonstrators is that Democracy is just another illusory mechanism to keep the slaves sedated into accepting their servile state of existence and in truth that there is nothing that the demonstrators will achieve as peoples of the Arab spring have discovered, that in the end nothing changes, virtually the same elite in countries such as Egypt still yield virtually all of the power.