"Give me control of a nation's money
and I care not who makes the laws."
- M Amschel Rothschild,
patriarch of the Rothschild Family.
As I have said above, the system I speak of is an ideal which does not require a revolution or participation in the political process to achieve. What Distributism entails is a redistribution not of wealth, but of ownership. Wealth based on the accumulation of money is a trick played by the banking elite. Money is created at the stroke of a key, and pursuing wealth is as futile as pursuing the wind. Certainly the illusion of the lifestyles of the rich and famous is one which has been gullibly accepted by the downtrodden masses as something to envy. What is not addressed is the spiritual poverty, and outright evil, which accompanies the worship of material goods .
It is all well and good speaking of economic freedom, but for many people the trap of the materialist system is such that the concept is almost incomprehensible. We need to think and act in practical and achievable ways. As I have said above, dispensing with the burden of debt is a must. This requires a change in thinking. We must ask ourselves whether we really need the material goods which enslave us within the bankers web. We can certainly take steps to walk away from the stranglehold of finance. We must stop using credit cards (unless fortunate enough to be able to pay them off immediately and not pay any interest). Most importantly we must train ourselves to see reality beyond the blinkers placed upon us by the media which manifest in the desire to accumulate luxuries.