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Hyper Inflation Inducement And Theft On A Massive Scale Act:

•, Jeff Berwick

In 2012 Larken Rose made a short black & white animation called "The Jones Plantation".

It played a big role in waking up hundreds of thousands of people to the reality we are living. Now it's been made into a full-length movie which will probably release in the next few months. 

The story goes like this. 

On a sugar-cane plantation in Puerto Rico, the slaves are growing restless and rebellious, and attempts to crush the resistance by brute force have only made things worse. The owner, Mr. Jones, fears not only losing his plantation, but also his life.

Help comes to Mr. Jones in the form of an unusual consultant, Mr. Smith—an eccentric genius, and former slave himself—who implements some rather unorthodox methods to tame the slaves. What had been obvious physical enslavement by the whip before, has now evolved into more insidious and powerful bondage through cunning psychological exploitation and indoctrination.

Will the Jones Plantation slaves ultimately escape their chains, both mental and physical, and achieve freedom, or will the designs of Mr. Smith keep them forever trapped and subjugated? 

If you're reading this, you probably get that you're not the Master in The Jones Plantation. You're the Slave. And unless you like whips and chains on a permanent, non-negotiable and no-get-out-of-drudgery-free basis, this is not a great place to be.

So slave, you wanna leave the plantation? 

Yes Massa!

Show me your papers. 

I can't Massa! 

Why not? Where's your slave card? 

They say there's a 340,000 passport application backlog in Kanada with a waiting period of 5 months, Massa. 

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