since I was a child.
But what could be strange about it? Certainly trusting in God is a good
and noble credo that everyone is totally okay with, right?
While looking a recent photo of the President delivering a speech to a
joint session in the House chamber, it struck me yet again that
IN GOD WE TRUST is a rather peculiar arrangement of words. Also odd
to me how predominantly displayed the credo is, front-and-center,
apparently proudly proclaiming the underlying principle of all goings-on
in there (surrounded by symbols of Roman/Vatican dominance and fascism:
for instance, research the bundle of sticks with hatchet). Suffice it to say
that IN GOD WE TRUST is a credo that has been, and continues to be
injected into the American psyche in innumerable ways.
But wait... just what is the established LEGAL definition of trust?
Here is a typical concise definition:
"A relationship created at the direction of an individual, in which
one or more persons hold the individual's property subject to
certain duties to use and protect it for the benefit of others."
Well whoah, whoah, w h o o a a h -- maybe the true intention and
purpose of these ubiquitous four words needs to be considered
from a somewhat different perspective!
So then, who exactly is the WE that have openly proclaimed that
they are going about doing all this TRUSTing?
...and exactly who are all the individuals that are being placed
into those TRUSTs?
...and exactly what methods have been and are being utilized
to place those individuals in TRUST?
...and those trusts are being placed IN exactly what sort of GOD?
Hiding in plain sight is one thing, but this just might be taking it
to a new level all together.
I have never consented to being put into trust for the benefit of
person or persons unnamed, and I have never consented to being
placed into servitude to a god defined by someone else! I have not
so consented in my past, nor do I so consent now.
IN GOD WE TRUST: In-Your-Face proclamation of just how diabolical
the money structure really is? Tell-tale for how far up the chain the
construct goes? I'm thinking the answer is yes to both.