Many of the readers know that the international bankers control the worlds money with their control of the Federal Reserve, and they control the worlds information, with their control of celebrities, the media, tech companies, Hollyweird, and much more. Of course, they have controlled the U.S. military since they took control of America’s money with the 16th Amendment (income tax), and 17th Amendment (direct election of senators), along with the Federal Reserve Act of 1913. No coincidence that the following year, their agent, Gavrilo Princip, assassinated the archduke Franz Ferdinand of Austria, touching off World War 1.
One method they use to enslave the world, is to take manufacturing to their slave countries, like China, produce products for dirt cheap, then sell it for a fortune in America. Nike and many other name brands are perfect examples.
To destroy the bankers slave system, it is necessary to destroy their power, and the way to do that is to buy from companies that make their products in America, from materials produced in America. Just learned of the Berry Amendment yesterday, which was passed in 1941, which said that manufacturers that sell to the U.S. Department of Defense, must produce products in America with American made materials. So, if a product is Berry Amendment compliant, it is a good idea to buy that product, as long as the quality is not inferior, and the price is reasonable.
Here are a few websites to buy American made clothing, shoes (including work boots) , and many other products. Spent hours researching this. The best products are those made in America from American materials. Second best is made in America, with imported materials, and the worst is made in a foreign nation with foreign materials.
Also, in every war, the country with manufacturing nearly always wins. In the Revolutionary War, America had manufacturing and a very short logistics and supply line. In the Civil War, the North had an overwhelming advantage in manufacturing. In World War 1 and 2, the Allies had massive advantages in manufacturing, though both wars were concocted by greedy bankers.
In light of that, here are manufacturers of American guns.
“If you want peace, prepare for war.”
Si vis pacem, para bellum. Vegetius, 4th Century Roman writer
Of course, the greatest war is against ones own sins, for they are the greatest threat to each of us.
“Most powerful is he who has himself in his own power” Seneca
“I count him braver who overcomes his desires than him who conquers his enemies; for the hardest victory is over self.” Aristotle