The key to freedom in our times: Unplugging from the government matrix


By Patrick Vermeister
9 May 2016

One of the great many quotes provided by former President Ronald Reagan was: “The nine most terrifying words in the English language are, ‘I’m from the government and I’m here to help.’ ”

But in examining the behaviors and attitudes of everyday people around the world, the overwhelming outlook would likely be the opposite. How is that possible, when it’s crystal clear that there exists not one nation on earth in which the people that inhabit it have any real chance at self-determination?

The great achievement of the United States — and its founding fathers, who learned all about oppression from the pre-revolutionary times as a British colony — was establishing a rule of law in which people were free to pursue their own interests, exploit their own talents and drive toward their own dreams. Additionally, that all men, male and female, are created equal in their sovereignty to that of King George of England.

Just as soon as those early Americans won the Revolutionary War and gained that opportunity, the ruling class has been hard at work, nibbling away at that rule of law piece by tiny piece.

Fast forward 200 years, and much of what those early Americans achieved has withered away. Technology has been both a blessing and a curse, as the fascistic partnership between government and multi-national corporations has built a matrix of control at the height of the Information Age.

That information is being used against you, my fellow Americans, as many eagerly wait in long lines to spend $100s to grab the latest control device. Knowledge is power, but it’s hard to find that knowledge in the milieu of information sources disguising well-crafted messages as unbiased data.

It’s not difficult to imagine that politicians and oligarchs use this control grid for nefarious purposes, since We The People make it so simple for them to gain an advantage over us. We are blindly trusting a system and eagerly taking part in our own path to serfdom.

Aldous Huxley, author of the 1932 dystopian novel Brave New World, said as far back as 1962 that the ruling class has long been using repetitive messaging in order to influence the behavior of everyday people. “If you’re going to control any population for any length of time, you must have some measure of consent,” he said in an interview at Cal-Berkeley. “We are in the process of developing a whole series of techniques which will enable the controlling oligarchy, who have existed and who presumably always will exist, to get people to actually love their servitude. … to standardize the population, to iron out inconvenient human differences, to create so to say mass-produced models of human beings arranged in some kind of scientific caste system.”

He adds more here in a 1960s interview with journalist Mike Wallace. He most notably remarks: “The price of freedom is eternal vigilance.”

Look at what is going on around the world right now. These controllers are promoting a world where the people are a sort of androgynous, one-size-fits-all herd, instead of an existence consisting of humans of differing appearances, talents, intellects, morals, attitudes, work ethics, languages, and cuisines.

These social engineers have been working overtime to play these beautiful human characteristics off against each other in the name of equality and getting along. The U.S. Constitution and Bill of Rights attempted to protect those differences in mankind’s diversity yet spell out the concepts of what could be provided to all humans on an equal basis without sacrificing the individual — ideas like freedom of speech, privacy and due process.

“The United States is perhaps the final frontier for individuality, or may I say ‘was’ the final frontier,” said Adele Weiss, principal at Weiss+Associates, a European-based consultancy firm specializing in wealth building and the Federal Income Tax. “Our individuality is still there, and will always be there. But the government matrix is trying very hard to destroy it. This effort stresses the need to fight harder than ever to remain an individual, a sovereign human with our own free will.”

This fascistic oligarchy has long targeted the United States, because it stood up for its own sovereignty and also helped others fight for theirs. Part of the ruling class strategy was to cultivate patriotism for fighting wars on behalf of this oligarchy. Since the War of 1812, the National Government has found ways to fight wars — the Mexican American War of 1846, the Civil War 1861-65, the Spanish American War in 1898, WW I in 1914, WW II in 1941-45, the Korean War 1950-53, the Vietnam War 1963-75, wars in Bosnia, Somalia, Grenada, followed by the Gulf Wars I and II, and the war in Afghanistan that started in 2001 and after 15 years is still ongoing — with no apparent end to this profitable venture for the American oligarchs.

In addition to wars to keep people distracted, key tools used by those social engineers to break down any society has been the concept of a central bank, fiat currency and taxation. In the U.S., these three entities became a reality with one piece of legislation, the Federal Reserve Act of 1913. Since that time, no markets have been truly free to determine prices of goods — they were always subject to the control and manipulation of a regulatory agency.

World War II brought on the Bretton Woods Agreement, and the U.S. Dollar became the world’s reserve currency. Americans in the post-WWII era could buy newly constructed houses for $10,000; cars were cheap and the family was a strong unit, as a household could live comfortably on one person’s salary. It also meant that the global economy was now operating under the auspices of the Federal Reserve Bank, a consortium of private bankers.

Since the early 1970s, the U.S. standard of living, along with its corresponding social constructs, has been in decline. The dollar went off the Gold Standard in 1971, while the U.S. government and private citizens have lived under a rapidly expanding mountain of debt. The last quarter century has seen the U.S. government official debt explode to nearly $20 trillion, which is over $60,000 for every man, woman and child.

Together with other unfunded liabilities, like Social Security and pensions, the overall debt is closer to $200 trillion — over $600,000 per person.

Economic means aren’t the only weapon used to control the masses. In the name of the War on Terrorism, even basic tenets of a free society — freedom of speech, freedom to bear arms, privacy and due process — are being targeted for the gas chamber.

“It’s vital for people who hold these values close to their heart that they fight to retain them, not only for themselves but for others,” added Weiss, whose firm of over 3,000 clients helps people structure their life in such a way to minimize exposure to this technological matrix. “If you keep your hard-earned money in the U.S., along with yourself, you’re making it very easy to be controlled. Our Platinum customers learn how to create a financial presence outside the United States, to legally exit the U.S. tax system and minimize using the SSN - as I call it, the Socialist Surveillance Number.”

But this isn’t an American problem; it’s a global issue. European nations have been herded into a solitary unit called the European Union, and now droves of outsiders who have different moral values are flooding those countries, destabilizing them.

This influx of infiltrators have angered many Europeans. Great Britain is set to vote on leaving the E.U. on June 23. U.S. President Barack Obama, along with U.K. prime minister David Cameron, have all but threatened that the British standard of living will decline sharply if they vote to leave.

The Middle East is on fire, and the people of Brazil, Venezuela and Zimbabwe are suffering tremendously thanks to the huge control grid put in place by socialist dictators.

“We’ve had a lot of people come to us extremely concerned about the global mess we’re in, but they’re contacting us seeking answers,” remarked Weiss. “Go look at the U.S. media right now. Practically none are offering solutions, and they certainly won’t suggest getting a majority of your money out of the country and denominated in a more stable currency. That would not sit well with their master controllers.”

Henry Kissinger is credited as having stated, “It is not a matter of what is true that counts, but a matter of what is perceived as true.” The matrix is controlled by the socialistic oligarchy in America and elsewhere. The time is now to protect your assets and your family before the tsunami arrives and all exit doors are closed.

For those seeking workable solutions in Asset Protection — along with legally leaving the U.S. tax system on a permanent basis — and about Weiss’ Platinum Service, please email

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