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Guest Post: Analysis of the Global Insurrection Against Neo-Liberal Economic Domination and the Coming American Rebellion – We Are Egypt [Revolution Roundup #3]

If you think what’s happening in Egypt won’t happen within
the United States, you’ve been watching too much TV. The statistics
speak for themselves.

Join The MovementIn previous Revolution Roundups,
before we were knocked offline, we featured mass protests by the people
of Ireland, Italy, Britain, Austria, Greece, France and Portugal, as
the Global Insurrection contagion spread throughout Europe. And now, as
we have seen over the past month, North African and Middle Eastern
nations have joined the movement as the people of Egypt, Tunisia,
Jordan, Morocco, Gabon, Mauritania, Yemen, Bahrain, Libya, Palestine,
Iraq, Sudan and Algeria have taken to the streets en masse.

The connection between this latest round of uprisings and the prior
protests throughout Europe is one the mainstream media is not making. We
are witnessing a decentralized global rebellion against Neo-Liberal
economic imperialism. While each national uprising has its own internal
characteristics, each one, at its core, is about the rising costs of
living and lack of financial opportunity and security. Throughout the
world the situation is the same: increasing levels of unemployment and
poverty, as price inflation on food and basic necessities is soaring.

Whether national populations realize it or not, these uprisings are
against systemic global economic policies that are strategically
designed to exploit the working class, reduce living standards, increase
personal debt and create severe inequalities of wealth. These global
uprising, which have only just begun, are the first wave of the
inevitable reaction to the implementation of a centralized worldwide
Neo-Feudal economic order.

The global banking cartel, centered at the IMF, World Bank and
Federal Reserve, have paid off politicians and dictators the world over —
from Washington to Greece to Egypt. In country after country, they have
looted national economies at the expense of local populations,
consolidating wealth in unprecedented fashion – the top economic one-tenth of one percent
is currently holding over $40 trillion in investible wealth, not
counting an equally significant amount of wealth hidden in offshore
accounts.

IMF imperial operations designed to extract wealth and suppress
populations have been ongoing for decades. As anyone researching
economic imperialism will know, a centrally planned Neo-Liberal
aristocracy controls the global economy.

I: Centrally Planned Economic Repression

The IMF has a well-worn strategy that they use to conquer national
economies. As I warned four months ago, we have now progressed into Step
3.5: World Wide IMF Riots. Back in October, in a TV interview with Max Keiser, we discussed leaked World Bank documents that revealed the IMF’s strategy. I stated the following:

“They have a four-step strategy for destroying national
economies…. We are about to enter what they would call Step Three.
Step Three is when you’ve looted the economy and now food and basic
necessities all of a sudden become more expensive, harder to get to. And
then, Step 3.5 is when you get the riots. We are fastly approaching
that….

We are headed to, as the IMF said, and as they plan, Step 3.5: IMF Riots. That’s what’s coming…”

Fast-forward four months to today, and now we see country after
country rebelling against high food prices. Since our October interview,
food prices have spiked 15%. According to new World Bank data, since
June 2010, “Rising food have pushed about 44 million people into poverty in developing countries.”

As Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke announced another round of
Quantitative Easing (QE2), those of us paying attention knew that the
trigger had been pulled and Step Three had been executed. It was a
declaration of economic war, an economic death sentence for tens of
millions of people – deliberately devaluing the dollar and sparking
inflation in commodities/basic necessities. It was a vicious policy that
would impact people from Boston to Cairo.

When QE2 was announced, I warned: “Food and Gas Prices Will Skyrocket, The Federal Reserve Just Dropped An Economic Nuclear Bomb On Us.” I also wrote:
“The Federal Reserve is deliberately devaluing the dollar to enrich a
small group of a global bankers, which will cause significant harm to
the people of the United States and severe ramifications throughout the
world…. The Federal Reserve’s actions are already causing the price of
food and gas to increase and will cause hyperinflation on most basic
necessities.”

To be clear, there are several significant factors contributing to
rising food prices, such as extreme weather conditions, biofuel
production and Wall Street speculation;
but the Federal Reserve’s policies deliberately threw gasoline all
over those brush fires. QE2 was another economic napalm bomb from the
global banking cartel.

In a recent McClathy news article entitled, “Egypt’s unrest may have roots in food prices, US Fed policy,” Kevin Hall reports:

“‘The truth of the matter is that when the Federal
Reserve moved on the quantitative easing, it did export inflation to a
lot of these emerging markets…. There’s no doubt that one of the side
effects of the weak dollar and quantitative easing has been rising
commodity prices. It helped create this bullish environment for
commodities. This is a very delicate balancing act.’

It’s a view shared by Ed Yardeni, a veteran financial market analyst,
who reached a similar conclusion in a research note to investors…. He
joked that Fed Chairman Ben Bernanke should be added to a list of
revolutionaries, since his quantitative easing policy, unveiled last
year in Wyoming, has provoked unrest and change in the developing world.

‘Since he first indicated his support for such a revolutionary
monetary change… the prices of corn, soybeans and wheat have risen 53
percent, 37 percent and 24.4 percent through Friday’s close,’ Yardeni
noted. ‘The price of crude oil rose 19.8 percent over this period from
$75.17 to $90.09 this (Monday) morning. Soaring food and fuel prices are
compounding anger attributable to widespread unemployment in the
countries currently experiencing riots.’”

The people throughout the Middle East and Northern Africa, on the
fringe of the Neo-Liberal economic empire and most vulnerable to the
Fed’s inflationary policies, are the first to rebel.

Before analyzing the situation within the US, let’s take a closer
look at the global Neo-Liberal economic policies that led to the
Egyptian and Tunisian revolts.

II :: Economic Imperialism: IMF Plunder of Egypt and Tunisia

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the Middle East and North Africa populations are rising against their
local dictators. However, these “dictators” take orders from the IMF.

A report from the Center for Research on Globalization revealed some background and historical context:

“The Alliance between Global Capitalism and Arab Dictators

It is paramount to understand that the Arab dictators and tyrants
serve the interests of organized capital. This is their primary
function. They are elements of the global system formed by organized
capital.

Looking back, protests and riots started in 1977 against the regime
of Mohammed Anwar Al-Sadat, Mubarak’s predecessor. The causes of these
protests were the neo-liberal policies that the I.M.F. had handed down
to Sadat. The I.M.F. policies ended government subsidies on basic daily
commodities of life. Food prices jumped and Egyptians became hard-hit….

The Arab people grasp the fact that their ruling class and
governments are not only corrupt regimes, but also comprador elites,
namely the local representatives of foreign corporations, governments,
and interests…. In Egypt, Gamal Mubarak (who was being groomed by his
father for the presidency) worked for Bank of America.

In Tunisia, Zine Al-Abidine Ben Ali was a military officer trained in
French and American military schools who, once in power, served U.S.
and French economic interests. In Lebanon, Fouad Siniora was a former
Citibank official before he became prime minister…. Within the corrupt
Palestinian Authority, Salam Fayyad worked for one of the banks forming
the U.S. Federal Reserve and the World Bank….

Moreover, almost all Arab finance ministers are affiliated to the
major global banking institutions. All of them also strictly adhere to
the Washington Consensus of the International Monetary Fund (I.M.F.) and
the World Bank…”

Samer Shehata, professor of Arab politics at Georgetown University, summed up the situation in Egypt and Tunisia:

“Beginning in 2004… Egypt began implementing economic
reforms called for by the IMF—or really forced on them by the IMF and
the World Bank… a new government was appointed, new ministers were
appointed, who believed wholeheartedly in the ideas of the IMF and the
World Bank. And they quite vigorously pursued these policies. And there
was at one level, at the level of macroeconomic indicators, statistics,
GDP growth rates, foreign direct investment and so on—Egypt seemed to be
a miracle. And this, of course, was the case with the Tunisian model
earlier. You’ll remember that Jacques Chirac called it the ‘economic
miracle,’ and it was the darling of the IMF and the World Bank, because
it implemented these types of reforms earlier. Well, of course, we saw
what happened in Tunisia. In Egypt, from 2004 until the present, the
government and its reforms were applauded in Washington by World Bank,
IMF and US officials…. Egypt received the top reformer award from the
IMF and the World Bank…”

Former Goldman Sachs executive Nomi Prins reveals more details:

The Egyptian Uprising Is a Direct Response to Ruthless Global Capitalism

“The revolution in Egypt is as much a rebellion against the painful
deterioration of economic conditions as it is about opposing a
dictator…. When people are facing a dim future, in a country hijacked by
a corrupt regime that destabilized its economy through what the CIA
termed, ‘aggressively pursuing economic reforms to attract foreign
investment’ (in other words, the privatization and sale of its country’s
financial system to international sharks), waiting doesn’t cut it….

Tunisia’s dismal economic environment was a direct result of its
increasingly ‘liberal’ policy toward foreign speculators. Of the five
countries covered by the World Bank’s, Investment Across Sectors
Indicator, Tunisia had the fewest limits on foreign investment…. Egypt
adopted a similar come-and-get-it policy, on steroids…. But, as we
learned in the U.S., what goes up with artificial helium plummets under
real gravity…. Not surprisingly, those foreign speculation strategies
didn’t bring less poverty or more jobs either. Indeed, the insatiable
hunt for great deals, whether by banks, hedge funds, or private equity
funds, as it inevitably does, had the opposite effect….

Ironically, the [Egyptian Ministry of Investment] brochure touted the
large college graduate population entering the job market each year —
325,000. The same graduates are the core of the current revolution. They
failed to find adequate jobs and are faced with an official
unemployment rate of just below 10 percent (though, similar to the U.S.,
that figure doesn’t account for underemployment, poor job quality or
long-term prospects)…. Meanwhile, 20 percent of Egypt lives in poverty…
For in the United States, economic statistics are no better. By certain
measures, like income inequality, they are worse than in Egypt.”

III :: US-Egypt Economic Parallels, Inequality & Poverty

Comparable economic statistics between the US and Egypt are facts that US mainstream media propagandists are not reporting.

Inequality of Wealth

Income inequality has reached a record level within Egypt, as Pat Garofalo explained:

“One of the driving factors behind the protests is the…
growing sense of inequality. ‘They’re all protesting about growing
inequalities…. The top of the pyramid was getting richer and richer,’
said Emile Hokayem of the International Institute for Strategic Studies
in the Middle East.

As Yasser El-Shimy, former diplomatic attaché at the Egyptian
Ministry of Foreign Affairs, wrote in Foreign Policy, ‘income inequality
has reached levels not before seen in Egypt’s modern history.’”

As
the US mainstream media references the “oppressive” and “corrupt”
inequality of wealth throughout Egypt, the hypocrisy is shameful. The
inequality of wealth in the United States is currently the most severe
it has ever been. Gini coefficient ratings are a measure of a nation’s
inequality – the higher a nation scores, the more unequal the society
is. The US has a Gini coefficient rating of 45, compared to Egypt’s
34.4, Yemen’s 37 and Tunisia’s 40, making the US the most unequal,
“oppressive” and “corrupt” of the four.

As John Dewey once said, “There is no such thing as the liberty or
effective power of an individual, group, or class, except in relation to
the liberties, the effective powers, of other individuals, groups or
classes.”

Poverty

When well-paid “experts” in expensive suits sitting behind desks in
state of the art studios discuss the hardships of the Egyptian people,
something tells me that these pundits haven’t spent much time
interacting with tens of millions of people living in inner city America
– just because the mainstream media doesn’t cover them, doesn’t mean
they don’t exist. They exist in larger numbers in the US than they do
in most rebelling countries.

The rising price of food has played a pivotal role in sparking the
uprisings, food prices have a larger impact in countries like Egypt and
Tunisia, as they represent a more significant percentage of total
income. However, the overall costs of living in the US are significantly
higher. When these costs are factored in — medical expenses, housing,
transportation, education, etc. – the US poverty level of $22k per year,
for a family of four, is comparable to the poverty rate measure in
Egypt.

According to the CIA, the poverty rate
in Egypt is 20%. With a population size of 83 million people, this
would put 16.6 million Egyptians living in poverty. In the US, the
current poverty rate is 16.8%, with a population of 309 million, this puts 52 million Americans living below the poverty line.

When
you consider that the US has 52 million people currently living in
poverty, you realize, as shocking as it may sound, that we have a larger
number of desperate people in the US than rebelling populations in
countries throughout the Middle East and Europe. Overall, in comparison
to Egypt, the US population is obviously more geographically spread out,
but if you breakdown the demographics, many large US cities have a
poverty rate higher than the 20 percent rate in Egypt.

Consider that, according to low-ball government statistics, nine major US cities have a poverty rate over 25%.

IV :: Debt Slavery: Unemployed, Underemployed, Underpaid, In Debt

The unemployment rate in Egypt mirrors the unemployment rate in the
US, currently fluctuating between nine and ten percent, according to
government sources. The unemployment rate among recent graduates
attempting to enter the workforce also mirrors the crisis in the US. The
young unemployed and underemployed demographic has played a pivotal
role in leading the rebellion. Reporting for the Financial Times in an
article entitled, “At hand, an Arab awakening,” Roula Khalaf sums it up this way:

“In Egypt, as in Tunisia, the young people who initiated
the street campaigns were educated, internet-savvy activists with no
political affiliation. [Sound familiar?] After watching the fervour
unleashed in the past month, young Syrians, Bahrainis, Algerians and
even the quiescent Libyans are turning to Facebook and Twitter to call
for their own ‘day of rage’.

As Mr Khashoggi puts it: ‘The 25-year-old unemployed today has become the strong man.’”

A report from Business Week entitled, “The Youth Unemployment Bomb,” provides more detail:

“In Tunisia, the young people who helped bring down a
dictator are called hittistes—French-Arabic slang for those who lean
against the wall. Their counterparts in Egypt… are the shabab atileen,
unemployed youths… In Britain, they are NEETs – ‘not in education,
employment, or training.’ In Japan, they are freeters: an amalgam of the
English word freelance and the German word Arbeiter, or worker.
Spaniards call them mileuristas, meaning they earn no more than 1,000
euros a month. In the U.S., they’re ‘boomerang’ kids who move back home
after college because they can’t find work. Even fast-growing China… has
its ‘ant tribe’ – recent college graduates who crowd together in cheap
flats on the fringes of big cities because they can’t find well-paying
work.

In each of these nations, an economy that can’t generate enough jobs
to absorb its young people has created a lost generation of the
disaffected, unemployed, or underemployed—including growing numbers of
recent college graduates for whom the post-crash economy has little to
offer….

More common is the quiet desperation of a generation in ‘waithood,’
suspended short of fully employed adulthood. At 26, Sandy Brown of
Brooklyn, N.Y., is a college graduate and a mother of two who hasn’t
worked in seven months. ‘I used to be a manager at a Duane Reade in
Manhattan, but they laid me off. I’ve looked for work everywhere and I
can’t find anything,’ she says. ‘It’s like I got my diploma for
nothing.’”

The collapsing job market, declining wages, loss of benefits and
skyrocketing cost of education has created a “lost generation” of young
college graduates with little options and massive debt. When millions
of American students took out tens of thousands of dollars in student
loans to pay for an education which they assumed would give them the
skills needed to make a good living, they never imagined that they would
be either unemployed, working part-time, or making significantly less
than people in their chosen profession have traditionally made. The
majority of young workers in their twenties and early thirties have debt
that they will spend most of their life trying to pay back. They’ve
been sentenced to a life of…

Debt Slavery

Mike Whitney recently interviewed Alan Nasser on CounterPunch for a piece entitled, “The Student Loan Swindle.” Here’s an excerpt:

MW: Is it possible to ‘walk away’ from a student loan and declare bankruptcy?

Alan Nasser: No, it’s not possible for student debtors to escape
financial devastation by declaring bankruptcy. This most fundamental of
consumer protections would have been available to student debtors were
it not for legislation explicitly designed to withhold a whole range of
basic protections from student borrowers. I’m not talking only about
bankruptcy protection, but also truth in lending requirements, statutes
of limitations, refinancing rights and even state usury laws – Congress
has rendered all these protections inapplicable to federally guaranteed
student loans. The same legislation also gave collection agencies
hitherto unimaginable powers, for example to garnish wages, tax returns,
Social Security benefits and – believe it or not – Disability income.

Twisting the knife, legislators made the suspension of state-issued
professional licenses, termination of public employment and denial of
security clearances legitimate measures to enable collection companies
to wring financial blood from bankrupt student-loan borrowers. Student
loan debt is the most punishable of all forms of debt – most of those
draconian measures are unavailable to credit card companies….

MW: Is it fair to say that the student loan industry is a scam
that targets borrowers who will never be able to repay their debts? Are
these students like the people who were seduced into taking out subprime
loans? How much money is involved and how much of that money is either
presently in default or headed for default?

Alan Nasser: It’s as fair as fair can be. First, the student loan
industry is huge – a large majority of students from every type of
school are in debt. Debt is held by 62 percent of students enrolled at
public colleges and universities, 72 percent at private non-profit
schools and 96 percent at private, for-profit (‘proprietary’) schools.
It was announced last summer that total student loan debt, at $830
billion, now exceeds total US credit card debt, which is itself bloated
to the bubble level of $827 billion. And student loan debt is growing at
the rate of $90 billion a year.”

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students weren’t expecting an economic crisis to occur, and, unlike the
banks that lent them the money, they’re not getting a bailout. Also
factor in that the overwhelming majority of new jobs, the few that are
being added, are either part-time, temporary or in low paying fields
without health or retirement benefits. Mix all of this together, and
you have a vicious cycle with devastating consequences.

Given the size of this segment of the population, carrying this much
debt, at such a young age, with limited prospects, you can feel the
winds of revolution blowing.

Contrary to all the propaganda you hear from the mainstream media and
politicians, the economy is still shedding jobs at a staggering pace.
ZeroHedge recently featured a report entitled, “Just How Ugly Is The Truth Of America’s Unemployment” by economist David Rosenberg:

“It is laughable that everyone believes the labor market
in the U.S.A. is improving.… The data from the Household survey are
truly insane. The labor force has plunged an epic 764k in the past two
months. The level of unemployment has collapsed 1.2 million, which has
never happened before. People not counted in the labor force soared 753k
in the past two months.

These numbers are simply off the charts and likely reflect the
throngs of unemployed people starting to lose their extended benefits
and no longer continuing their job search (for the two-thirds of them
not finding a new job). These folks either go on welfare or they rely on
their spouse or other family members or friends for support….

Of all the analysis we saw over the weekend, the only one that made any sense was the editorial by Bob Herbert:

‘The policy makers don’t tell us that most of the new
jobs being created in such meager numbers are, in fact, poor ones, with
lousy pay and few or no benefits. What we hear is what the data zealots
pump out week after week, that the market is up, retail sales are
strong, Wall Street salaries and bonuses are streaking, as always, to
the moon, and that businesses are sitting on mountains of cash. So all
must be right with the world.

Jobs? Well, the less said the better.

What’s really happening, of course, is the same thing that’s been
happening in this country for the longest time — the folks at the top
are doing fabulously well and they are not interested in the least in
spreading the wealth around.

The people running the country — the ones with the real clout,
whether Democrats or Republicans — are all part of this power elite.
Ordinary people may be struggling, but both the Obama administration and
the Republican Party leadership are down on their knees, slavishly
kissing the rings of the financial and corporate kingpins.’

… the civilian population rose 1.872 million last year. At the same
time, the labor force fell 167k. Those not in the labor force soared
2.094 million. Just in January, we saw 319,000 people drop out of the
work force. These numbers are incredible. This is a highly dysfunctional
labor market. People are falling through the cracks at an alarming rate
as they come off their extended jobless benefits….”

In the US, we have over six million people who have now been
unemployed for over six months, the highest total we have ever had.
Factoring long-term unemployed and part-time workers looking for
full-time work in to the total unemployment count, we now have over 30
million Americans in need of employment.

V :: The American Dream Foreclosed Upon

The foreclosure crisis in the United States, which has already
affected over seven million people since the crisis began, is not
slowing down, it’s accelerating. Economist Joseph Stiglitz recently
predicated another two million foreclosures in 2011. David Walsh sums up the growing crisis:

Nearly 30 percent of US homeowners now ‘underwater’

“Year over year, home values were down 5.9 percent nationally, and
have fallen 27 percent since their peak in June 2006. The total value
of US single-family homes fell a staggering $798 billion in 2010’s
fourth quarter, and for the entire year, more than $2 trillion….

The number of US homeowners ‘underwater,’ i.e., owing more than their
homes were worth, at the end of 2010, jumped to 27 percent, up from
23.2 percent in the third quarter…. ‘The rate of homes selling for a
loss reached a new peak in December, with more than one-third (34.1
percent) selling for a loss. The rate of homes sold for a loss has
increased steadily for the past six months.’ Some 15.7 million
homeowners had negative equity at the end of the fourth quarter, in
households home to more than 40 million people.

The massive number of those underwater will ‘surely lead to higher
foreclosure rates soon,’ notes CNNMoney…. Economist Joseph Stiglitz,
speaking at a conference in Mauritius February 9, predicted that another
2 million foreclosures would take place in the US in 2011, adding to
the 7 million already recorded since the financial meltdown of 2008.

Banks repossessed 1 million homes in 2010, and this year is expected
to be bleaker. Approximately 5 million borrowers are at least two months
behind in their mortgage payments.”

VI :: A Recipe For Revolution: Tax Breaks for the Rich, Budget Cuts for the Poor

















Let’s recap the statistics: we have 59 million people without
healthcare, 52 million in poverty, 44 million on food stamps, 30 million
in need of work, seven million foreclosed upon and five million homes
over two months late in their mortgage payments. Meanwhile, all new
political policies and proposals on the table, on the state and federal
level, are committed to major cuts in social services. In a sign of
what’s to come, Obama’s first disclosed spending cut targets the poor.
As Salon recently reported:

New Obama strategy: Beat up poor people

“To prove it is ‘serious’ about the deficit, the White House proposes
cutting a program that helps pay heating bills. The Obama
administration… will propose big cuts to a program that provides energy
assistance to poor people when it unveils its suggested 2012 budget.
‘The Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program, or LIHEAP… would see
funding drop by about $2.5 billion from an authorized 2009 total of $5.1
billion.’

The news is generating a lot of outrage… in large part because of a
paragraph that suggests that the White House wants to gain political
advantage from being seen as tough on the most vulnerable Americans —
people who can’t afford heating oil during cold winters…. If the White
House wants to convince Americans that it is serious about budget
discipline, it should do so by ‘going after powerful vested interests
rather than those least able to defend themselves within the political
arena.’ The White House could redouble its efforts to cut oil company
subsidies or repeal tax cuts for the rich, for example.”

As The Independent reported,
“Obama to set out painful budget plans for austerity in America.
Americans are about to get a first glimpse of what tight-fisted federal
government looks like with President Barack Obama releasing an
austerity-tinged draft budget.”

In a report we featured on the AmpedStatus Hot List with the headline, “US Democracy Crushed By Economic Elite,” Bob Herbert sums it up:

“One state after another is reporting that it cannot pay
its bills. Public employees across the country are walking the plank by
the tens of thousands. Camden, N.J., a stricken city with a serious
crime problem, laid off nearly half of its police force. Medicaid, the
program that provides health benefits to the poor, is under savage
assault from nearly all quarters.

The poor, who are suffering from an all-out depression, are never
heard from. In terms of their clout, they might as well not exist. The
Obama forces reportedly want to raise a billion dollars or more for the
president’s re-election bid. Politicians in search of that kind of cash
won’t be talking much about the wants and needs of the poor. They’ll be
genuflecting before the very rich.”

Austerity measures and draconian cuts to the social safety net are
occurring just after passing hundreds of billions of dollars in tax
breaks to multi-millionaires and billionaires. On the state level, the
Center on Budget and Policy Priorities released a report
revealing, “Thirty-one states have released their initial budget
proposals for fiscal year 2012 (which begins July 1 in most states),
and, for the fourth year in a row, these budgets propose deep cuts in
education, health care, and other important public services…”

After committing trillions of dollars to bailing out the big banks,
the Federal Reserve and government officials have now made it clear that
the states will not receive the same treatment. In fact, the bailed
out players on Wall Street, who have taken our tax dollars and given
themselves all-time record-breaking bonuses, are looking to cash in on
the suffering of states across the country. As Lynn Parramore recently put it:

Crank Up the Casino! Hedge Funds to Short American States and Cities

“The looming possibility of municipal defaults, which some say could
total hundreds of billions of dollars, is causing grave concern. Hedge
funds are also deeply concerned about America’s municipal debt crisis.
They worry about how to best profit from it.

The Wizards of Wall Street have looked over the catastrophe of
cash-strapped America and found it good for business. In their corporate
laboratories, they are working furiously to whip up wondrous new
financial products that will allow them to reap millions from misery.
You might think that after plunging the country into said Recession with
their fancy financial products, these Wizards might feel a little
indelicate about gearing up for a game of shorting a community near you.
Clearly you don’t know Wall Street. The Financial Times reports that
once-boring muni bonds are suddenly sexy.”

Speaking of reaping millions from misery, the food stamp racket pays
off just as well as the war racket. The economic parasites profit off of food stamps:

Food Stamps: JPMorgan & Banking Industry Profit From Misery

“JPMorgan’s division that makes food stamp debit cards made $5.47
billion in net revenue in 2010. As the head of this division,
Christopher Paton, says, ‘This business is a very important business to
JPMorgan in terms of its size and scale.’ According to the company’s
most recent quarterly filing with the SEC, the Treasury & Securities
Services segment, which is the division that includes the food stamp
business, was up 2% in the last three months of last quarter and brought
in $5.47 billion in net revenue for most of 2010.”

Republicans and Democrats, along with their Wall Street masters, are
so arrogant, deluded with wealth, completely lacking perspective,
shortsighted and, quite frankly, ignorant.

As the economic top one-tenth of one percent has more wealth than
they have ever had, the middle class is quickly disappearing and poverty
is soaring. As politicians ignore the needs of the suffering masses in
favor of a Kleptocratic Oligarchy, which operates above the law, it is
only a matter of time before an uprising takes hold.

After analyzing societal and economic indicators within the US, in
comparison to rebelling countries, it is not a matter of whether people
will revolt or not, it’s a matter of when.

There are two significant differences between the United States and other rebelling nations:

1) The US has a much more powerful, sophisticated and
omnipresent propaganda media system to keep the populace suppressed –
isolated and confused.

2) The US keeps 52 million people temporarily pacified in anti-poverty programs by giving them food stamps, unemployment benefits or other forms of life-sustaining government assistance.

Both of these differences are temporary, and not in any way
sustainable. The safety nets here are unraveling and cuts in vital
social services will be implemented just as millions more will need
them. At the same time, food stamps and other forms of limited
government assistance will be worth less and less as food and gas prices
continue to rise.

Rising commodity prices will push the 239 million
Americans currently living paycheck to paycheck over the edge. Also
factor in healthcare costs, which have been skyrocketing even faster.
On a personal level, my health insurance provider just notified me that
my family has to pay 45% more for coverage – and we already had the
world’s most expensive healthcare system. For my wife, one child and
myself, we will now have to pay over $1100 per month for a basic health
insurance plan.

There are currently 59 million Americans who don’t even have healthcare insurance. The health system has become vintage Grapes of Wrath, as have most aspects of the centrally planned system of economic despotism that we live under.

Add all of these factors together and you have a recipe for
revolution. The mainstream propaganda news outlets and “Reality” TV soma
will only keep people at bay for so long. The propaganda system
collapses when people can’t afford to eat. Americans may be late to the
party, but once one city revolts, the dominos will fall and a wave of
protest will sweep through the country like a tsunami.

The only questions are: when will it happen, and how it will begin?

VII :: “Hungry People Don’t Stay Hungry For Long”

Join The MovementFood
prices have been a leading indicator for rebellion thus far. Given the
Federal Reserve’s commitment to driving food prices higher, as a matter
of policy, and the government’s commitment to cutting assistance
programs, people lining up at Wal-Mart on the last day of the month,
waiting for the clock to strike midnight so they can buy their family
milk and bread on their food stamp debit card, seem to be the most
likely to rebel first.

As food prices increase, food stamps are obviously going to buy you
less food. On top of that, as food prices escalate, millions more will
need food assistance, right at the point when the current safety net can
least afford it.

Let’s analyze the most recent food stamp data to see how America’s inevitable revolution may begin.

With 43.6 million Americans currently relying on food stamps, there
are 13 states with over a million people already on food stamps:

· Texas 3,925,119 (number of people on food stamps) — 15.6% (of state population)
· California 3,521,881 — 9.5%
· Florida 2,994,413 — 15.9%
· New York 2,934,493 — 15.1%
· Michigan 1,920,330 – 19.4%
· Ohio 1,772,608 — 15.4%
· Georgia 1,732,865 — 17.9%
· Illinois 1,732,169 — 13.5%
· Pennsylvania 1,673,714 — 13.2%
· North Carolina 1,531,255 — 16.1%
· Tennessee 1,264,407 — 19.9%
· Arizona 1,050,181 — 16.4%
· Washington 1,019,791 — 15.2%

States with over 18% of the population on food stamps:

· Mississippi 612,889 — 20.7%
· Tennessee 1,264,407 — 19.9%
· Oregon 749,498 — 19.6%
· Michigan 1,920,330 — 19.4%
· New Mexico 399,454 — 19.4%
· Louisiana 866,905 — 19.1%
· West Virginia 345,683 — 18.7%
· Kentucky 813,041 — 18.7%
· Maine 241,117 — 18.2%
· South Carolina 839,109 — 18.1%
· Alabama 863,606 — 18.1%

In our nation’s capital, the District of Columbia, there are 131,611
people on food stamps, which is a stunning 21.9% of the population.

As mentioned before, cities with a poverty rate over 25% – Detroit
36%, Cleveland 35%, Buffalo 29%, Milwaukee 28%, St. Louis 27%, Miami
27%, Memphis 26%, Cincinnati 26% and Philadelphia 25% – are also highly
vulnerable to revolt.

VIII :: The Empire State Rebellion

Given all the data, due to New York’s geographical lay out,
population size and proximity to power, it is a prime candidate for
insurrection. There are currently 2.9 million people living in New York
that are on food stamps, which is equivalent to the entire population
of Manhattan. Just imagine three million people flooding into lower
Manhattan. Imagine if three million people decided to take a 15-30
minute subway ride down to the Financial District and camped out from
Wall Street to the NY Fed, spilling over to the corporate offices of JP
Morgan, Goldman Sachs, Citigroup, Wells Fargo, Morgan Stanley and Bank
of America.

Join The MovementPerhaps
the one million people on food stamps from New Jersey and Connecticut
will make a short trip into lower Manhattan as well, four million strong
shutting down lower Manhattan, the economic capital of the world.

How would that play out in the global media?

One million people gathering in Cairo, Egypt sent shock waves
throughout the world, and rightfully so, but just wait until millions of
Americans begin flooding the streets. The revolution contagion will
spread throughout the world like a category five hurricane.

“The civilization may still seem brilliant because it possesses an outward front,
the work of a long past, but is in reality an edifice crumbling to ruin
and destined to fall in at the first storm.”
– Gustave Le Bon, The Crowd: A Study of the Popular Mind

IX :: The Battle in Madison: A Sign of Things to Come

While bloated federal and state spending has grown to staggering
levels of debt, and demands immediate attention, any cut in spending or
attempts to reduce the deficit must first come at the expense of the
organized criminal class that has looted the national economy. Any cuts
that happen before that need to be understood as an escalation and
extension of the attacks on the American people.

While continuing their attacks on American small businesses and
private-sector workers, the global financial elite are now stepping up
their attacks on public workers. In this context, the Wisconsin state
government attacks against the state teachers’ union doesn’t have
anything to do with the old Democrat Vs. Republican divide and conquer
debates of the past. This is about people fighting back against their
economic oppressors. In Egypt, Mubarak was the Neo-Liberal
Aristocracy’s local enforcer. In Wisconsin, Scott Walker is the
Neo-Liberal Aristocracy’s local enforcer.

This battle in Madison, Wisconsin, between the American people and
the global financial elite, represents the opening salvo, the awakening
of an American resistance movement and a sign of what’s to come.

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In a report entitled, “Wisconsin governor threatens to call National
Guard on state workers,” Andre Damon explains the situation:

“Scott Walker, the governor of Wisconsin, announced an
assault against state…. Walker’s proposal, which he said would quickly
pass in the state legislature, drastically limits collective bargaining,
removing the right of unions to negotiate pensions, retirement and
benefits….

When asked by a reporter what will happen if workers resist, Walker
replied that he would call out the National Guard. He said that the
National Guard is ‘prepared … for whatever the governor, their
commander-in-chief, might call for … I am fully prepared for whatever
may happen.’

Walker’s proposal allows state authorities to arbitrarily fire
workers who ‘participate in an organized action to stop or slow work,’
or who ‘are absent for three days without approval of the employer,’
according to the governor’s press release.”

Democracy Now pointed out:

“… the governor’s actions could have national
ramifications: ‘If Governor Walker pulls this off… if he takes down one
of the strongest and most effective teachers’ unions, WEAC, in the
country, then we really are going to see this sweep across the United
States.’”

As a recent Washington Post report summed it up:

Workers toppled a dictator in Egypt, but might be silenced in Wisconsin

“In Egypt, workers are having a revolutionary February. In the United
States, by contrast, February is shaping up as the cruelest month
workers have known in decades.

Join The MovementThe
coup de grace that toppled Hosni Mubarak came after tens of thousands
of Egyptian workers went on strike beginning last Tuesday. By Friday,
when Egypt’s military leaders apparently decided that unrest had reached
the point where Mubarak had to go, the Egyptians who operate the Suez
Canal and their fellow workers in steel, textile and bottling factories;
in hospitals, museums and schools; and those who drive buses and trains
had left their jobs to protest their conditions of employment and
governance. As Jim Hoagland noted in The Post, Egypt was barreling down
the path that Poland, East Germany and the Philippines had taken, the
path where workers join student protesters in the streets and jointly
sweep away an authoritarian regime.

But even as workers were helping topple the regime in Cairo, one
state government in particular was moving to topple workers’
organizations here in the United States…. Scott Walker, Wisconsin’s new
Republican governor, proposed taking away most collective bargaining
rights of public employees. Under his legislation… the unions
representing teachers, sanitation workers, doctors and nurses at public
hospitals, and a host of other public employees, would lose the right to
bargain over health coverage, pensions and other benefits. (To make his
proposal more politically palatable, the governor exempted from his hit
list the unions representing firefighters and police.)….

[Those who] often profess admiration for foreign workers’ bravery in
protesting and undermining authoritarian regimes. Letting workers
exercise their rights at home, however, threatens to undermine some of
our own regimes, and shouldn’t be permitted. Now that Wisconsin’s
governor has given the Guard its marching orders, we can discern a new
pattern of global repressive solidarity emerging – from the chastened
pharaoh of the Middle East to the cheesehead pharaoh of the Middle
West.”

Part Two :: The Most Repressive Regime: US Police State

X :: Torture: Made in the USA

It is extremely hypocritical when well-paid mainstream “news” people
talk about how repressive and barbaric the Mubarak regime is in Egypt.
Once again, I doubt they’ve been to inner city America recently.

If you want to report on Egypt participating in torture, it is vital
to point out where they were getting their weapons, training and funding
from. Who paid them to commit horrific crimes against humanity? Look
in the mirror US taxpayers; you may not like what you see.

WikiLeaks revealed information on a US-Egyptian torture program:

WikiLeaks Docs: Torture-Linked Egyptian Police Trained in U.S.

“Newly released classified U.S. diplomatic cables from WikiLeaks have
shed more light on the key U.S. support for human rights abuses under
Mubarak’s regime in Egypt. The cables show Egyptian secret police
received training at the FBI’s facility in Quantico, Virginia, even as
U.S. diplomats in Egypt sent dispatches alleging extensive abuse under
their watch.

Coincidentally, Quantico also hosts the military base where alleged
WikiLeaks whistleblower U.S. Army Private Bradley Manning is being held
in solitary confinement.

A cable from October 2009 cites allegations from ‘credible’ sources
that some prisoners were tortured ‘with electric shocks and sleep
deprivation to reduce them to a ‘zombie state.’ One cable from November
2007 shows then-FBI deputy director John Pistole praised the head of
Egypt’s secret police for ‘excellent and strong’ cooperation between the
two agencies. Pistole currently heads the Transportation Security
Administration in the United States.”

America the beautiful… The Transportation Security Administration,
from electric shocks, sleep deprivation and zombie states in Egypt, to
cancer causing, civil liberty-destroying Naked Scanners at an airport
near you.

XI :: American Gulag: World’s Largest Prison Complex

If you want to report on Egypt putting their citizens in prison,
again, the hypocrisy is astonishing. The US, by far, has more of its
citizens in prison than any other nation on earth. China, with a billion
citizens, doesn’t imprison as many people as the US, with only 309
million American citizens. The US per capita statistics are 700 per 100,000
citizens. In comparison, China has 110 per 100,000. In the Middle East,
the repressive regime in Saudi Arabia imprisons 45 per 100,000. US per
capita levels are equivalent to the darkest days of the Soviet Gulag.

The majority of prisoners are locked up for non-violent crimes, with
tens of thousands in Supermax cells. In addition to the heinous torture
programs that the US government has carried out in Abu Ghraib, Bagram
and Gitmo, we have our own solitary confinement torture programs for
Americans in Supermax Units throughout the country. As Jim Ridgeway
from Solitary Watch explains:

“Solitary confinement has grown dramatically in the past
two decades. Today, at least 25,000 prisoners are being held in
long-term lockdown in the nation’s ‘supermax’ facilities; some 50,000 to
80,000 more are held in isolation in ‘administrative segregation’ or
‘special housing’ units at other facilities. In other words, on any
given day, as many as 100,000 people are living in solitary confinement
in America’s prisons. This widespread practice has received scant media
attention, and has yet to find a place in the public discourse or on
political platforms.”

The US prison industry is thriving and expecting major growth over
the next few years. A report from the Hartford Advocate titled “Incarceration Nation
revealed, “A new prison opens every week somewhere in America.” If you
want to report on the brutal suppression of citizens, consider that
somewhere in America, every week, a new prison is being built to
literally “house the poor.”

A Boston Globe article by James Carroll shined a light on our repressive regime:

“… as federal corrections budgets increased by $19
billion, money for housing was cut by $17 billion, ‘effectively making
the construction of prisons the nation’s main housing program for the
poor.’ State budgets took their cues from Washington in a new but
unspoken national consensus: poverty itself was criminalized. Although
‘law and order’ was taken to be a Republican mantra, this phenomenon was
fully bipartisan.”

Again, just because you don’t hear this reported on TV, doesn’t mean it’s not happening.

XII :: Loss of Civil Liberties

In addition to the record-breaking imprisonment of the American
population, since 9/11 our civil liberties have been violated in
unprecedented fashion. Tom Burghardt, in an article entitled, “American
Police State: FBI Abuses Reveals Contempt for Political Rights, Civil
Liberties,” summed up a new report
from the Electronic Frontier Foundation “documenting the lawless,
constitutional-free zone under construction in America for nearly a
decade:”

“As mass revolt spreads across Egypt and the Middle East
and citizens there demand jobs, civil liberties and an end to police
state abuses from repressive, U.S.-backed torture regimes, the Obama
administration and their congressional allies aim to expand one right
here at home.

Last week, the Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) released an
explosive new report documenting the lawless, constitutional-free zone
under construction in America for nearly a decade. That report,
‘Patterns of Misconduct: FBI Intelligence Violations from 2001-2008,’
reveals that the domestic political intelligence apparat spearheaded by
the Federal Bureau of Investigation, continues to systematically violate
the rights of American citizens and legal residents….

According to EFF, more than 2,500 documents obtained under the Freedom of Information Act revealed that:

* From 2001 to 2008, the FBI reported to the IOB approximately 800
violations of laws, Executive Orders, or other regulations governing
intelligence investigations, although this number likely significantly
under-represents the number of violations that actually occurred.

* From 2001 to 2008, the FBI investigated, at minimum, 7000 potential
violations of laws, Executive Orders, or other regulations governing
intelligence investigations.

* Based on the proportion of violations reported to the IOB and the
FBI’s own statements regarding the number of NSL [National Security
Letter] violations that occurred, the actual number of violations that
may have occurred from 2001 to 2008 could approach 40,000 possible
violations of law, Executive Order, or other regulations governing
intelligence investigations.

But FBI lawbreaking didn’t stop there. Citing internal documents, EFF
revealed that the Bureau also ‘engaged in a number of flagrant legal
violations’ that included, ‘submitting false or inaccurate declarations
to courts,’ ‘using improper evidence to obtain federal grand jury
subpoenas’ and ‘accessing password protected documents without a
warrant.’

In other words, in order to illegally spy on Americans and haul
political dissidents before Star Chamber-style grand juries, the FBI
routinely committed perjury and did so with absolute impunity.

Reviewing the more than 2,500 documents EFF analysts averred that
they had ‘uncovered alarming trends in the Bureau’s intelligence
investigation practices’ and that the ‘documents suggest the FBI’s
intelligence investigations have compromised the civil liberties of
American citizens far more frequently, and to a greater extent, than was
previously assumed.’”

XIII :: Internet Crackdown

















When the Egyptian regime shut down the Internet, they did so by using
American made technology. Having been knocked offline here at
AmpedStatus.com, we have firsthand experience in what it feels like to
have your ability to communicate and First Amendment rights stripped
away. We still don’t know who was behind the attacks on our website,
but the situation in Egypt was an interesting case study. As it turned
out, Obama’s new Chief of Staff, Bill Daley’s company provided the
technology used to shut down the Internet in Egypt. No, I’m not
referring to JP Morgan, it was the other company Bill Daley was a board
member of up until last month, Boeing.

As media reform organization Free Press revealed:

“The Mubarak regime shut down Internet and cell phone
communications before launching a violent crackdown against political
protesters.

Free Press has discovered that an American company — Boeing-owned
Narus of Sunnyvale, CA — had sold Egypt [Telecom Egypt, the state-run
Internet service provider] ‘Deep Packet Inspection’ (DPI) equipment that
can be used to help the regime track, target and crush political
dissent over the Internet and mobile phones. Narus is selling this
spying technology to other regimes with deplorable human rights records.

The power to control the Internet and the resulting harm to democracy
are so disturbing that the threshold for using DPI must be very high.
That’s why, before DPI becomes more widely used around the world and at
home, the U.S. government must establish clear and legitimate criteria
for preventing the use of such surveillance and control technology.”

It is probably just be an odd coincidence, but it was soon after we published the following report that we were knocked offline:

Obama Renews Commitment to Complete Destruction of the Middle Class – Meet the New Economic Death Squad

Join The Movement“….
Boeing certainly does love Wall Street. For those of you out of the
loop, you may not recall that the most powerful and destructive WMD that
Boeing executives ever helped develop was the CDO, that’s a
Collateralized Debt (Damage) Obligation. Do you remember Edward Liddy?
Liddy and Bill Daley were both Boeing board members, before Liddy
temporarily moved to Goldman Sachs where he oversaw their Audit
Committee. Liddy was the person who had the most knowledge of Goldman’s
CDO exposure insured through, what was that company’s name?… Oh, AIG.
Yeah, that was it. Then, Hank ‘Pentagon-Watergate-Goldman’ Paulson
unilaterally made Liddy the CEO of AIG, before teaming up with Tim
‘Kissinger-Rubin-Summers-IMF’ Geithner to flush $183 billion tax dollars
down the ‘too big to fail’ drain. And then… after the government was
finished pumping our tax dollars to financial terrorists through the AIG
SPV, Liddy scurried back to the board of Boeing where he could have
cocktails with his ole pal Billy-Boy Daley. Yep, Goldman, JP Morgan,
Boeing and the destruction of the US economy, birds of a feather…”

Within an hour of publishing that report, our site was knocked offline.

Something that has become very clear to me: when you accurately
criticize the most powerful people, most people will ignore you, except
the people who have the most power. They notice right away, and they
let you know about it.

As I said, this is all probably just a coincidence.

However, this tangled web of interests between the Pentagon, Wall
Street and the White House is fully exposed, yet again, with Obama’s
special envoy to Egypt, Frank Wisner Jr.

Wisner has just as many conflicts of interest as Bill Daley and
Edward Liddy. Some reports have mentioned that Wisner was biased
toward supporting the Mubarak regime because he is a longtime friend of
Mubarak, and worked for a law firm that represented the regime, Patton
Boggs. But that’s only part of the story. Wisner, like Bill Daley, is a
Council on Foreign Relations member. He is the son of legendary CIA propaganda expert Frank Wisner Sr., who created and ran Operation Mockingbird.
For those of you who haven’t heard of Frank Wisner Sr., he used to
report on “his ‘mighty Wurlitzer,’ on which he could play any propaganda
tune.”

Frank Jr. was also a board member of Enron, up until its collapse, and like Edward Liddy, he also worked for AIG, from 1997 until 2009.
Wisner oversaw two of the greatest corporate catastrophes in American
history, back to back. Given his track record, Barack “mighty
Wurlitzer” Obama must have thought he was the perfect guy for a
collapsing corporate puppet regime in Egypt. Wisner is a disaster
capitalism expert, right up there with Edward Liddy and Chief of Staff
Bill Daley. Birds of a feather…

XIV :: Silencing Dissent

The recent internal emails from cyber-security firm HB Gary, released
by WikiLeaks, exposing online campaigns to crackdown on critical
journalists, reveals some of the other common methods used by the
financial elite, like the Chamber of Commerce and Bank of America, to
target and silence political adversaries.

As one of the targets of the revealed campaign, Brad Friedman reported:

US Chamber of Commerce Thugs Used ‘Terror Tools’ for
Disinfo Scheme Targeting Me, My Family, Other Progressive U.S. Citizens,
Groups

“The US Chamber of Commerce, the most powerful Rightwing lobbying
group in the country, was revealed to have been working with their law
firm and a number of private cyber security and intelligence firms to
target progressive organizations, journalists and citizens who they felt
were in opposition to their political activism, tactics and points of
view.”

Glenn Greenwald, a journalist who was a constitutional law and civil
rights litigator, was also a target of these planned attacks. In a report on the campaign to smear and discredit him, he focused on how common these illegal attacks are:

The leaked campaign to attack WikiLeaks and its supporters

“The real issue highlighted by this episode is just how lawless and
unrestrained the unified axis of government and corporate power is. As
creepy and odious as this is, there’s nothing unusual about these kinds
of smear campaigns. The only unusual aspect here is that we happened to
learn about it this time because of Anonymous’ hacking. That a similar
scheme was quickly discovered by ThinkProgress demonstrates how common
this behavior is. The very idea of trying to threaten the careers of
journalists and activists to punish and deter their advocacy is
self-evidently pernicious; that it’s being so freely and casually
proposed to groups as powerful as the Bank of America, the Chamber of
Commerce, and the DOJ-recommended Hunton & Williams demonstrates how
common this is. “

Greenwald later added:

“Given the players involved and the facts that continue
to emerge — this story is far too significant to allow to die due to
lack of attention…. As the episode… demonstrates, simply relying on the
voluntary statements of the corporations involved ensures that the
actual facts will remain concealed if not actively distorted…. Entities
of this type routinely engage in conduct like this with impunity, and
the serendipity that led to their exposure in this case should be seized
to impose some accountability… that these firms felt so free to propose
these schemes in writing and, at least from what is known, not a single
person raised any objection at all — underscores how common this
behavior is.”

Dylan Ratigan recently interviewed Glenn Greenwald and they summed up the situation, here’s a brief excerpt:

DYLAN: Am I correct in understanding that substantial,
legitimate, serious, powerful private security firms were pitching Bank
of America and the Chamber of Commerce a campaign for which they would
be paid money, in which they would assassinate the reputations and
intimidate and threaten the well-being of targeted private individuals.
Is that true?

GLENN: Yes, the journalists, activists, political groups, and the like.

DYLAN: Whoever it may be. And that the law firm that brought these
private security firms in was recommended by the U.S. Department of
Justice. So it’s on a recommendation from the DOJ that private and
substantial security firms are being brought in to pitch smear and
intimidation campaigns against those who support transparency in
information. Fair?

GLENN: Yes, exactly….

DYLAN: … they were saying, ‘You pay me money and those who are
validating the efforts of WikiLeaks or the efforts of transparency,
period, in the modern information world, we will threaten their careers
such that they’ll give up the cause, if you pay us.’

GLENN: Right. ‘We’ll investigate them. We’ll find out dirt on them.
We will destroy their reputation using all kinds of schemes and
techniques.’

DYLAN: And this came out through another leak which is the ironic twist…

GLENN: Well, one ironic twist is that it came out through a leak and
the other ironic twist is that these are internet security firms that
held their expertise in providing internet security and yet their e-mail
system was hacked.

XV :: Protected By Anonymous

Propaganda doesn’t work as well when you have the Internet, a
cyberspace Underground Railroad, a form of mass communication that
allows citizens to interact without corporate gatekeepers effectively
censoring critical thought. All of these attacks show the desperation
of the ruling class, in attempting to maintain an obsolete propaganda
system. Just look at how common and accepted unlawful practices have
become in pursuit of their goals.

Join The MovementIt
is a strategic imperative that we protect Internet freedom from the
forces of media concentration and censorship. Organizations such as
WikiLeaks and Anonymous are playing a critical role in exposing
information and protecting those who are critical of the most powerful
and corrupt elements within society.

Part 3: Bring the Tyrants Down

Henry David Thoreau, On the Duty of Civil Disobedience:

“All people recognize the right of revolution; that is,
the right to refuse allegiance to, and to resist, the government, when
its tyranny or its inefficiency is great and unendurable. And oppression
and robbery are organized, I say; let us not have such a machine any
longer. I think that it is not too soon for honest people to rebel and
revolutionize.”

XVI :: The Denial of Wealth

As I wrote in The Economic Elite Vs. The People:

“When you take the time to research and analyze the
wealth that has gone to the economic top one percent, you begin to
realize just how much we have been robbed. Trillions upon trillions of
dollars that could make the lives of all hard-working Americans much
easier have been strategically funneled into the coffers of the Economic
Elite. The denial of wealth is the key to the Economic Elite’s power.
An entire generation of massive wealth creation has been strategically
withheld from 99% of the US population.”

In a new report entitled, “Nine Pictures of the Extreme Income/Wealth Gap,” Dave Johnson helps make the point:

“Many people don’t understand our country’s problem of
concentration of income and wealth because they don’t see it. People
just don’t understand how much wealth there is at the top now. The
wealth at the top is so extreme that it is beyond most people’s ability
to comprehend. If people understood just how concentrated wealth has
become in our country and the effect it has on our politics, our
democracy and our people, they would demand our politicians do something
about it….

Top 1% owns more than 90% of us combined….

400 people have as much wealth as half of our population.”

XVII :: Economic Death Squad

A report entitled, “Grapes of Wrath – 2011,” presents a challenge to us:

“The American people have a choice…. The current path,
forged by a minority of privileged wealthy elite, will lead to the
destruction of this country and misery on an unprecedented scale…. Are
you prepared to incur the wrath of the vested interests and meet their
lies and propaganda with the fury of your own wrath in search for the
truth? These men are sure you don’t have the courage, fortitude and
wrath to defeat them.”

In an article and video entitled, “The Wall Street Economic Death Squad,” as I reported back in October, 2009:

“We need to focus our strategy on the small group of men
who carried out the financial coup. These 13 men played leading roles in
first crashing the economy, and then stealing trillions in taxpayer
funds. Some of them are now calling the shots and running the government
to insure that their obscene profits keep pouring into their coffers.

Know Our Enemies, EHMs – Meet The Wall Street Economic Death Squad:

Hank Paulson, Tim Geithner, Ben Bernanke, Robert Rubin, Larry
Summers, Alan Greenspan, Lloyd Blankfein, Jamie Dimon, John Mack, Vikram
Pandit, John Thain, Hank Greenberg, Ken Lewis.

These men ‘presided over the largest transfer of wealth in history,
from the working class to the flamboyant super rich.’ What these men
have done is obscene. After crashing the economy, trillions, literally
trillions of dollars have been funneled into the pockets of a select
few, in secrecy, while billions of people suffer in poverty, billions
suffer to survive. This small tight-knit Wall Street cadre has committed
a crime against humanity.”

Ralph J. Dolan, writing on Dissident Voice, declares, “Bring the Tyrants Down!”

“… while we’re observing these historic events in Egypt
we might take a lesson in justice. We might come to our senses and
freeze the assets of Lloyd Blankfein of Goldman Sachs, Vikram Pandit of
Citigroup, Brian Moynihan of Bank of America, Jamie Dimon of J.P.
Morgan Chase and John Strumpf of Wells Fargo – for starters. Then we
could go after the other major players in orchestrating the financial
meltdown – Timothy Geithner, Henry Paulson, Ben Bernanke, Lawrence
Summers, Robert Rubin, Alan Greenspan, etc.

These guys who waltz away with billions in profits while they create
misery and dislocation for many millions of struggling working people
are beneath contempt….

We seem ready to kneel at the feet and kiss the hands of those who would rob us blind.

Enough! Let us bring these tyrants down!”

If Egyptians can seize the assets of a dictator like Mubarak, why can’t we seize the assets of Jamie Dimon and Llyod Blankfein?

A new report from Matt Taibbi in Rolling Stone harshly sums up Banana Republic USA:

“A former Senate investigator laughed as he polished off
his beer. ‘Everything’s fucked up, and nobody goes to jail,’ he said.
‘That’s your whole story right there. Hell, you don’t even have to write
the rest of it. Just write that.’ I put down my notebook. ‘Just that?’
‘That’s right,’ he said. ‘Everything’s fucked up, and nobody goes to
jail. You can end the piece right there.’

Not a single executive who ran the companies that cooked up and
cashed in on the phony financial boom — an industrywide scam that
involved the mass sale of mismarked, fraudulent mortgage-backed
securities — has ever been convicted. Their names by now are familiar to
even the most casual Middle American news consumer: companies like AIG,
Goldman Sachs, Lehman Brothers, JP Morgan Chase, Bank of America and
Morgan Stanley. Most of these firms were directly involved in elaborate
fraud and theft.”

Once again, veteran financial journalist Paul B. Farrell hits the
nail on the head. Writing for Market Watch, Farrell doesn’t pull any
punches in summing up what needs to be done, and it can’t be said enough:

Fed Dictator Bernanke Needs To Be Toppled

Join The Movement“Fed
boss Ben Bernanke is the most dangerous human on earth, far more
dangerous than Hosni Mubarak, Egypt’s 30-year dictator, ever was.
Bernanke rules a monetary dictatorship… But this reign of economic
terror will end. Just as Mubarak was blind to the economic needs of the
masses and democratic reforms, Bernanke is blind to the easy-money
legacy that’s set the stage for revolution, turning the rich into super
rich while the middle class stagnates and peanuts trickle down to the
poor.”

You can’t sentence the overwhelming majority of the population to
slow death through economic policy and expect to get away with it.

While one-tenth of one percent of the population rolls
around in obscene wealth, they may want to take a look outside of their
groupthink short-sighted delusional perspective and notice the outside
world. You cannot ignore the suffering of the masses. They will show up
at your doorstep next.

I hear footsteps…

XVIII :: 99.9% Vs. 0.1%

Egypt exposed the power that the people have. One million Egyptians
proved that you can shut down a powerful regime through a mass
demonstration of non-violent force. Here in the US, according to public
opinion polls, 75-80% of the population believes the government doesn’t
have the consent of the governed.

The mainstream media leaves Americans feeling isolated and powerless
to create change, but in reality, average Americans have all the power
that they need to end the economic suffering and injustices that they
endure. The overwhelming majority of people feel powerless to create
change, if they would just realize that they are the overwhelming
majority, we would have the change we so desperately need.

As I’ve written in the past:

“To those Americans who feel powerless to change things, I
say that your feelings are only a result of your induced delusion. You
have become so propagandized that you do not even understand the
significant position that you are in…. We are still a mass of people who
have the power to change the course of history…. we are 99.9% of the US
population, and they are only 0.1%.

If we fight, we win!”

The people of Tunisia and Egypt has shown us the way. People are
rising up throughout the world against the exact same people who looted
America. The economic central planners that have launched an economic
war on Americans, are also plundering the rest of the global economy
with devastating consequences for 99.9 percent of the global population.

As John Pilger points out:

The Egyptian Revolt Is Coming Home

“The uprising in Egypt is our theatre of the possible. It is what
people across the world have struggled for and their thought controllers
have feared…. Across the world, public awareness is rising and
bypassing them. In Washington and London, the regimes are fragile and
barely democratic. Having long burned down societies abroad, they are
now doing something similar at home, with lies and without a mandate. To
their victims, the resistance in Cairo’s Liberation Square must seem an
inspiration.”

We are, as fate has it, the most power group of people on the planet.
The sooner a critical mass can understand this, and the urgency of the
moment, the better chance we have of solving this crisis through
non-violent means. When the aware but passive realize that they too will
face increasingly harsh consequences, that’s when we will have a chance
to fix things. Until then, the hole gets deeper by the day.

As nations continue to fall to internal revolt, the more covert and
militaristic elements of power will move to the fore. In a world of
collapsing economies, limited resources and extreme weather, it appears
we are on a road to worldwide war.
As the people of Egypt have demonstrated, the non-violent movement has
to assert itself before the situation gets so dire that outbreaks of
violence will be commonplace, thus insuring a further, much harsher
crackdown, police state and Neo-Feudal economic order.

As Chris Hedges makes clear:

“The longer we believe in the fiction that we are
included in the corporate power structure, the more easily corporations
pillage the country without the threat of rebellion….

No system of total control, including corporate control, exhibits its
extreme forms at the beginning. These forms expand as they fail to
encounter resistance….

All centralized power, once restraints and regulations are abolished,
once it is no longer accountable to citizens, knows no limit to
internal and external plunder. The corporate state, which has
emasculated our government, is creating a new form of feudalism, a world
of masters and serfs.”

If we do not stand and rebel now, devastating consequences are sure
to drastically lower our living standards within the near future. If we
rise, people across the globe will continue to rise.

“We must conclude that a changeover is imminent and
ineluctable in the co-opted cast who serve the interests of domination,
and above all manage the protection of that domination. In such an
affair, innovation will surely not be displayed [in the mainstream
media]. It appears instead like lightening, which we only know when it
strikes.”
– Guy DeBord

When revolution returns to America, the point won’t be to take down a
figure head puppet politician like Mubarak or Obama, mere public
relations moves will not suffice. We will take down the system behind
them. We will take down the global banks, break them up, end the
campaign finance racket, end closed-door lobbying, end the system of
political bribery, end the two-party oligarchy, remove puppet judges who
voted for unlimited spending by private economic elites, end corporate
welfare and the various financial rackets which loot national wealth at
the expense of the people.

“All countries are basically social arrangements,
accommodations to changing circumstances. No matter how permanent and
even sacred they may seem at any one time,
in fact they are all artificial and temporary.”
– Strobe Talbott

We must enact common sense polices to deter organized corruption.
The devil is always in the details, so rain RICO laws down upon them.

They shall reap what they sow.

Their day of reckoning is fast approaching.

Thomas Jefferson was correct when he said, “I believe that banking
institutions are more dangerous to our liberties than standing armies.”

As Jefferson rightfully declared, “Every generation needs a new revolution.”

Great ready… here it comes.

As a wise man once said,

“Rise like Lions after slumber
In unvanquishable number
Shake your chains
to earth like dew
Which in sleep
had fallen on you
Ye are many
they are few

 


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Sat, 02/26/2011 - 22:13 | Link to Comment JW n FL
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FREE!!!!! AMERICA!!!! BITCHEZZZZ!!!!

 

$700 Billion Dollars for TARP ( http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Troubled_Asset_Relief_Program )

The Cost of 20% Un-Employment Benefits $2 Billion Dollars a Month… 700 divided by 2 =’s 350 Months of coverage… 350 Months equals 29 YEARS!!! Of Coverage…

 

Neo-Liberalism is NOT the FUCKING PROBLEM!!!! Paying the Bankers to Continue to FUCK US ALL!!! Is the PROBLEM!!!!  ( http://www.reuters.com/article/2008/03/19/us-usbanks-fed-idUSN1954536520080319 )

 

Giving the BANKERS and WALL STREET!!!! Trillions UPON TRILLIONS!!! And yet again MORE!!!!! Trillions!!! Of dollars and telling the American People to Fuck off is the Problem. (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PTUY16CkS-k )

 

The Treasury Prints Monies ALL DAY!!!! EVERYDAY!!!! (http://www.newyorkfed.org/markets/tot_operation_schedule.html )

 

And “We the People!!!” end up paying the largest Banker Bonuses to date LAST FUCKING YEAR???? ( http://money.cnn.com/2010/01/11/news/economy/bank_bonuses/index.htm )

 

There is no separation between Investment Bankers and Real Bankers… the kids have the keys to the Candy Store… and a 0% Fed Window to run too… ( http://www.frbdiscountwindow.org/ )

 

Sat, 02/26/2011 - 23:17 | Link to Comment Michael
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What percentage of Zionista Jews work in the financial services sector that have no marketable skills, other than to make a living on screwing you the sheeple?

You can take comfort and solace as these people will be panhandling on the street soon enough. 

Sat, 02/26/2011 - 23:44 | Link to Comment Michael
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Counting the junk Khazars. Three so far.

Sat, 02/26/2011 - 23:51 | Link to Comment masterinchancery
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A few kernels of truth supported by tons of bogus or irrelevant statistics and populist junk=weak article.

Sun, 02/27/2011 - 00:09 | Link to Comment Michael
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I still didn't get an answer to my question. 75%?

PS, Nice comment number.

Sun, 02/27/2011 - 00:42 | Link to Comment SMG
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The oligarchy and it's puppets are Lucifarian not Jewish.

Sun, 02/27/2011 - 00:49 | Link to Comment Michael
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Update now;

Listening to a bunch of Zionistas in a round table discussion on FOX News discussing Libya is hilarious.

Sun, 02/27/2011 - 03:16 | Link to Comment Guy Fawkes Mulder
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I much prefer comment 1,001,071 to 1,001,075.

On the other hand: Fox News + "round table discussion" + Libya = I like comment 1075.

It's on point. That Fox is ( ...I search for the word... ) "crypto-Zionist" 

PS: Am I robotic and logical enough to be part of the NWO?

Mon, 02/28/2011 - 08:26 | Link to Comment Zina
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I'm surprised by the use of the expression "neo-liberal" in this article. It's very unusual to see Americans using this expression. In fact, I think most Americans don't know what "neo-liberal" means.

The expression "neo-liberal" is very used here in Brazil, as well as in the rest of Latin America, and in Portugal, Spain and France.

In the sense used in Latin America (and in this article), "neo-liberal" has nothing to do with the American use of the term "liberal". In Latin America (and France), the term neoliberalism refers to Margaret Thatcher's economic policy (not so different from "Reaganomics"), that was applied in Latin America in the 90's, with many privatizations, based on ideological "free-market fundamentalism".

Well... In fact, "neo-liberal" as used in Latin America (and in this article) is something closer to the "conservative" economic policy in the American point of view.

Mon, 02/28/2011 - 10:41 | Link to Comment Flakmeister
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  You are being far too rational....Any label with "liberal" in it is used as a piece of red meat to inflame the masses and whip them into a frenzy....      

See Beck, Glen. 

Doesn't matter if the label is correct or not, only if the desired result is created.

Sun, 02/27/2011 - 09:28 | Link to Comment bunkermeatheadp...
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Unjunked as to all of your comments, supra.

Sun, 02/27/2011 - 13:09 | Link to Comment dick cheneys ghost
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america cant even deliver the mail anymore.......2 many wars....

 

http://nakedempire.wordpress.com/

Sun, 02/27/2011 - 13:06 | Link to Comment Pseudo Anonym
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The oligarchy and it's puppets are Lucifarian not Jewish.

yes. and their supreme puppet is that senile, pathetic, cock sucker prancing around Vatican with that dopey Triregnum on his head. but try telling that to the sedated and stupid catholics.

Sun, 02/27/2011 - 16:35 | Link to Comment Guy Fawkes Mulder
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That makes perfect sense.

Luciferian cults would always thrive inside of secret societies, especially hierarchical ones.

Christianity, after the Council of Nicea days, would have been their ideal coup de etat.

Therefore: http://www.google.com/images?q=pope+lucifer+OR+satan+OR+mason

Banking, military intelligence communities, Round Table groups... these were subsequent coups de etat.

 

Sun, 02/27/2011 - 17:06 | Link to Comment Pseudo Anonym
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Luciferian cults would always thrive inside of secret societies, especially hierarchical ones.

The best place to hide is in the open space - that way the stupid and gullible (catholics) wont figure it out. Long live the Jesuit order and their puppets.

Sun, 02/27/2011 - 19:14 | Link to Comment Escapeclaws
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Arrogant prig.

Sun, 02/27/2011 - 18:58 | Link to Comment Escapeclaws
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You must think these are the end times if you think the oligarchy is Luceferian. I agree it's not the Jews, who are once again being set up as scapegoats. Didn't people learn from the death camps where such loose talk leads? Maybe they did and don't care. Given your remark, don't you fear reprisals?

Sun, 02/27/2011 - 20:43 | Link to Comment Pseudo Anonym
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Luceferian. I agree it's not the Jews

so, if it is not the kikes; and not your beloved dumb, gullible catholics; than whose dick are these mysterious high finance oligarchs chewing on? That's what I want to know.

 

Sun, 02/27/2011 - 21:02 | Link to Comment Guy Fawkes Mulder
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At the end of the day, we're all just speculators, too.

I'm attracted to the theory that a rather ancient cult has persisted for thousands of years. Its members actively work to build the proverbial "new world order" one-world fascist government. The "pyramid" is one of their favorite symbols because of the power hierarchy it represents. The eye on the top of the un-finished pyramid on the dollar bill probably represents "Lucifer" "ultimate enlightment" or "ultimate power over the world", et cetera.

I'm attracted to this theory because of its power to explain a lot of symbols in art and architecture.

Notice that I admit it is speculation and theory, but it would explain a lot of things if it were true.

Like the well-known example of three blind men describing an elephant, we do the best we can, and may be right without being totally right.

For what it's worth (very little, in the scheme of things), here's a random link to a new book on the subject (but people have been writing about it all for a long time, including Thomas Paine):

http://www.raidersnewsupdate.com/leadstory70.htm

PS: A neat part of my theory is that you don't have to believe in any deities to accept it as possible. The theory is only that other people believe in Lucifer. You can still be a "rational", objective agnostic or atheist and believe that a clique or cabal among the elites believe in Lucifer.

PPS: I've heard New World Disorder talk about another powerful "Satan" theory.

Sun, 02/27/2011 - 22:25 | Link to Comment Pseudo Anonym
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we're all just speculators

not really. just followers and/or observers. most are confused by the erroneous interpretation of the king james (new) bible which obfuscates Lord God (war) with God (presumably the God [peace/love]) and diminishes the role of the serpent.

Sun, 02/27/2011 - 00:52 | Link to Comment WaterWings
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1, 2, 3, 4! WE DON'T WANT YOUR FUCKING WAR!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Uokp0aEiT-A

Sun, 02/27/2011 - 01:39 | Link to Comment prophet_banker
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I Thought it was compelling, bit winded but well written and documented. 

 

Was left with a sort of class warfare feeling though, and that's only 90 % of the truth.  We should be voting & revolting for policy change, change that Article 1 Section 8, Para 2 of US Constituion: Congress shall have power to borrow Money on the credit of the United States; change borrow to create through revolution, that's what the greenback continental script 1776 was really about according to Benjamin Franklin.

 

 

Bankers would have us believe it is their sole right to conjure into existence our money supply, and they tell government that it should not be in the banking business, and that money creation is best left to banks.  

Government should tell the bankers that money creation is the greatest sovereign authority of government, and banks should get out the government business of money creation.   This should be a policy referendum to be voted on.  Long live the State Bank of North Dakota, and the others that are soon to follow.

Sun, 02/27/2011 - 05:15 | Link to Comment bmwm395
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Well said, Bankers need too be held personally responsible for their banks acktivities. If the bank makes bad decisions, bets, whatever. The bank goes under.Oops there goes the house,the cars, all personal assets. We will never have banks playing with CDS's or anything they don't fully understand.

Sun, 02/27/2011 - 12:18 | Link to Comment bankonzhongguo
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This is not just about banks, but about Corporations verses Human Beings.

Until the most senior leadership and all board members are personally liable for the gross negligence of the Corporation, nothing will change.

Consider this.  If the top 5% (20%) of the earners of a firm are classified as "material officers" and lumped in with the board, and there exists a 4 year look-back period for personal liability, all of the sudden the risk of "reckless" or "criminal" actions performed by the likes of AIG become less so.  Think if each of these banks, GM, AIG, etc each had a condition that the board and other material officers had to personally guarantee the TARP bailouts - how many would stand up to the plate and run those firms into the ground?

This is the essence of 'privatize the profits, socialize the losses' and without some reformation of the power of Corporations at the expense of Citizens, its only going to get worse.

With risk comes reward, but when those losses reach into the realm of public finances and policy, well its time to widen the net.

The grim reality is that the people's representatives will never take task against their Corporate masters, which is why none of this is going to end well.

Sun, 02/27/2011 - 13:26 | Link to Comment fredquimby
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it may just end well...

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4Z9WVZddH9w

3.5 million hits in the first month....Moving Forwards...

Sun, 02/27/2011 - 06:46 | Link to Comment hugolp
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Enough with this crap already. The government already prints money. When the central banks monetizes government debt, its equivalent to the government printing money.

The government prints money, the bankers also. Its us who get screwed. Asking for someone to have the right to print money is asking for disaster and abuse. Nobody should have a centralized currency to print.

Sun, 02/27/2011 - 09:42 | Link to Comment pacu44
Sun, 02/27/2011 - 14:42 | Link to Comment Sean7k
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I thought it was a nice piece as well, but in it's embracing of revolution, it fails to discern whether any real difference has come from it. Eygpt is in the hands of the military. 

This author fails to see that it is the concept of government that is the problem. The best situation would be no government and pure, private enterprise, but this leaves us with the one problem no free market can resolve: violence from external forces and their desire to rob, pillage and conquer. 

There must be the ability to repulse security threats, while maintaining the utmost in minimum government and a control on the expansion of power and influence. All the other problms are easily solved- see Murray Rothbard on Anarcho-Capitalism.

It is a subject that consumes my problem solving thoughts. How do you provide security without tyranny? If we can resolve this issue, individual sovereignty can provide liberty at every level of sacrifice and production.

Sun, 02/27/2011 - 14:52 | Link to Comment Rick64
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Well said.

Sun, 02/27/2011 - 14:59 | Link to Comment bearbottom
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ditto

Sun, 02/27/2011 - 18:11 | Link to Comment BigJim
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Yes, the classic problem - any organisation strong enough to protect you is strong enough to oppress you.

Sun, 02/27/2011 - 18:24 | Link to Comment saulysw
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The enemy here, at a human level, is GREED.

Sun, 02/27/2011 - 14:38 | Link to Comment Unlawful Justice
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I want everyone to remember.......

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Iu_30-8ZlmQ

Sun, 02/27/2011 - 15:24 | Link to Comment Boxed Merlot
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...money creation is the greatest sovereign authority of government...

 

It is a constitutionally mandated power, greatest?, open for debate.

Others include universal laws for bankruptcy, establishing weights and measures.

There is no need to audit the fed, just have US mints begin coining intrinsically valuable currency for circulation and back it with non-interest bearing notes issued by the US treasury as legal tender..

The federal reserve's notes will seek their own level in Mr. Market's realm and can compete against intrinsically valuable and fiduciary responsible notes issued by a sovereign citizenry.

This is a simple and succinct solution our temporarily employed and assigned elected representatives need to employ immediately to avoid the future problems being described in this article.

Why we feel the need to re-invent the wheel is perplexing. imo.

 

Sun, 02/27/2011 - 11:40 | Link to Comment pgarner
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Masterinchancery: Perfect summation. Beware of hyper-political screeds. Reads like red worker party declarations from the 1950s. 2% facts & 98% fear.

Sun, 02/27/2011 - 14:52 | Link to Comment JR
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39 junks and counting...

(From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia: Megaphone desk top tool)

The Megaphone Desktop Tool gives the user the option of going to a particular site with a poll, and if the user chooses to go to the site, the software then casts a vote automatically, when this is technically feasible. The vote is chosen by the distributors of Megaphone.

The Megaphone desktop tool is a Windows "action alert" tool developed by Give Israel Your United Support (GIYUS) and distributed by World Union of Jewish Students, World Jewish Congress, The Jewish Agency for Israel, World Zionist Organization, StandWithUs, Hasbara fellowships, HonestReporting, and other pro-Israel public relations organizations. The tool was released in July during the 2006 Lebanon War. An RSS newsfeed is available so that non-Windows users may also receive the Megaphone "action alerts…

According the Jerusalem Post, Amir Gissin, head of the Public Affairs Department of the Foreign Ministry of Israel, has expressed support for the tool's use. "The Foreign Ministry itself is now pushing the idea, urging supporters of Israel everywhere to become cyberspace soldiers in the new battleground for Israel's image."

Sun, 02/27/2011 - 20:54 | Link to Comment Michael
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43 now and only two sentences out of my mouth. This must be some kind of record. I think I hit the proper nerve with this one.

Sun, 02/27/2011 - 22:02 | Link to Comment pods
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Nah, you just triggered the MEGAPHONE.

pods

Mon, 02/28/2011 - 03:21 | Link to Comment Guy Fawkes Mulder
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+1, for blowing my mind by pointing out what was in front of me

Sun, 02/27/2011 - 04:28 | Link to Comment CH1
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I'm willing to donate to a ZH Kill Switch fund.

Tyler, can we somehow remove these hateful wastes of photons from our screens? I'll send you a check. Really.

Sun, 02/27/2011 - 17:06 | Link to Comment In Fed We Trust
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Get up to speed....

http://theinfounderground.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=6&t=5367

Really how much proof do you need?

It is quite obvious that Isreal is behind 911 along with the Bush/family and CiA.

Charlie Sheen, is a perfect example of the Zionist controlled media taking down anyone who even brings up 911.

 

 

 

Sun, 02/27/2011 - 01:15 | Link to Comment High Plains Drifter
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LOL , junk mysters are out in force .........

Sun, 02/27/2011 - 01:28 | Link to Comment lynnybee
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see what happens, Michael, when you talk truth ?  ........ same thing happens to me !

Sun, 02/27/2011 - 01:30 | Link to Comment Michael
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Sweet Bee,

Chechk this out;

This is the trailer to the public sector teacher union cartel.

The Cartel Trailer - HD

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0pEmqutcbPc&feature=player_embedded

Sun, 02/27/2011 - 02:14 | Link to Comment lynnybee
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yes, i watched it & thank you for thinking of me !    things were not like this when i was growing up (1950's) .   Family life was stable, dollar was good, we kids walked around with silver quarters in our pockets ~~ two bits !  & my dad saved the change from his pocket in an old coffee can.   We went to local banks & made deposits into passbook savings accounts that paid us interest .  Grandma & Grandpa were o.k., saved their hard-earned money, earned interest..................& then, NIXON & VOLKER & VIETNAM & GREENSPAN & CREDIT EXPANSION .      I am calling it like it is:    ALL OUR SOCIETAL ILLS CAN BE TRACED BACK TO (CERTAIN) BANKERS & THEIR FRACTIONAL RESERVE LENDING SCHEMES THAT ENRICHED THEMSELVES @ THE EXPENSE OF THE AMERICAN CITIZEN.       THANK YOU, ROBERT RUBIN

Sun, 02/27/2011 - 11:03 | Link to Comment High Plains Drifter
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Yes but why did Americans sit still and allow this to happen in 1913? I think that maybe they simply didn't really understand what was happening and simply didn't know that much about it since the only way of mass communications at that time was the written word. Besides they were then as they are now, busy with the business of life. Nevertheless, I hold them responsible for what is happening now. Yes I do. Citizenship is a terrible thing. It requires constant participation and observance and vigilence. At no time in our history has there ever been much of a participation in any civil unrest to affect some kind of change, that is including the so-called revolutionary war. How many men answered the call then, a few thousand maybe. Most people just  wet their finger and stick it up in the air to see which way the wind is blowing. Most Americans nowadays, simply do not wish to involve themselves in things that are necessary to make a democratic republic work effectively. Now we have the internet. People from around the world know in a few minutes. Its a different world now, but the same people are attempting to some degree to control that medium as well.

http://radioislam.org/islam/english/jewishp/internet/jews_behind_interne...

But that is to be expected. They are attempting control and so be it. I have no qualms about what it is they are trying to do. But the free voices of truth out here in the void will continue on, knowing full well our wonderful scumbag in chief , now has been delegated the right of turning off the internet, in any shall we say "emergency" here....Imagine that. But I must say, I am a member of the 3 percent club by God, and I will not bow the knee or kiss the ring of Moloch......Long live white western European culture and long live the Republic.........

Sun, 02/27/2011 - 17:55 | Link to Comment illyia
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Marketing.

Sun, 02/27/2011 - 17:15 | Link to Comment In Fed We Trust
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The problem is 90% of America can't handle the truth.

The drafters of 911 knew this concept of pyschological warfare.

Throw in the mix, we were invaded by another country Isreal, then it becomes near impossible.

Our own CIA or the Bush family? That would be more acceptable. But Isreal? Really how the fuck do they think they are?

It is like the Bush Family to always have a scapegoat, a way out, a story. Maybe that's why they let the Isreal carry out the mission.

 

 

Sun, 02/27/2011 - 01:34 | Link to Comment JW n FL
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by Michael
on Sat, 02/26/2011 - 22:17
#1000939

 

"What percentage of Zionista Jews work in the financial services sector"

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1st off stupid... you are making the fight against the Bankers Harder every time you spout this drivel.

2nd, you fucking moron... most Banks and Bank Boards and one better class a share holders are blue blooded wasp's NOT Jews!

 

So what did you learn dumb fuck? when you open your mouth and lie... you hurt the cause, so SHUT THAT SHIT UP!!!! and get the fuck on page!

Sun, 02/27/2011 - 01:52 | Link to Comment Michael
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Did you not see the picture of those banksters in this thread? Scroll up a little bit. What tribe are they from? Get your head out of your ass JW.

I'm not saying they don't have bought off non Jewish collaborators for cover. But the vast majority?

Sun, 02/27/2011 - 02:10 | Link to Comment JW n FL
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Bankers are Bankers are Bankers... I dont care if they are purple, green striped and from Mars (the planet)... they have to go... stay focused for the sake of making gains... think PR, for the cause if not for yourself, please?

 

The Bankers and the Lobby need to go! whoever they are, whatever they are doesnt matter.

Sun, 02/27/2011 - 02:26 | Link to Comment Michael
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Understood. But if you don't understand the tactics of your adversary, you can't mount a defense against them.

I do prefer to keep it on the down low, especially in public. But on the Internet, the gloves are off.

Sun, 02/27/2011 - 02:43 | Link to Comment JW n FL
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we are looking to gain support to run them off, everywhere... its a free country and all that.. but I want every able body man woman and child up for the fight to rid the world of this fucking scumbags! whoever is on the team to get the bankers is a team mate, personal shit aside until the bigger problems are mopped up. In my world, but once again, whatever you need to do... its a free country.

Sun, 02/27/2011 - 08:55 | Link to Comment nmewn
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Michael,

The problem is the pols connectivity with the IB's and the enabling action of the Fed by creating debt based money.

I don't care if they're Bhuddists moonlighting as Catholic choir boys or WASP's in black face.

In your scenario something would have to be done about the joos/zionista's to keep them from retrenching...what might that be Michael?

Sun, 02/27/2011 - 14:10 | Link to Comment High Plains Drifter
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In your scenario something would have to be done about the joos/zionista's to keep them from retrenching...what might that be Michael?Z<<<<

interesting question. who can answer such a thing?

Sun, 02/27/2011 - 22:26 | Link to Comment pods
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I can and it is very simple.  Remove fractional reserve banking.  
Done.

That will remove "their" power.  Whomever you think the "they" are.  Avoids the knee-jerk reactions when the term jew is mentioned.

I for one call them jew bankers.  Bankers being the operative word.  But in reality, modern central banking was started by jews.  Not sure if it was happenstance or not.  Does not really matter to me.  To me the important part is their function.  Same old game as old as time.  Money for nothing, or as it may be, money from nothing.  Just nowadays, it is a perfected art form.  

pods

Sun, 02/27/2011 - 09:20 | Link to Comment Meme Iamfurst
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Dear Michael,

I am new here so I don't what anyone to think I have nothing worthwhile to say. 

First, honey...you need different eye shadow and lip gloss, it does not help your rant.

Second, My daddy was in Young Americans for Freedom and told me many stories about how he and the group would go around to Democratic meetings and events and do all they could to disrupt things...divide thoughts, make people angry with each other, loose track of the real conversation, spread lies...just nasty stuff.   I think they still exist and maybe are still doing the same thing.

Are you in Young Americans for Freedom?

Since it seems you want to yank every one's attention away from constructive ideas, maybe everyone should just ignore your rants and not comment on your rants...so you can't dominate half the damn page.

Don't take it to hard sweetie, no offense, don't get bitter, but I think maybe you need a good lay.

Sun, 02/27/2011 - 14:41 | Link to Comment Harmonious_Diss...
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Damn straight!

Sun, 02/27/2011 - 14:49 | Link to Comment JW n FL
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You will fit in just fine...

Mikey puts forth some good product, that he then taints for the broader populace due to personal issues... and to some degree we all are guilty of the same thing from time to time..

I tried to keep in mind that my distain for the Lobby is not at the forefront of everyone's thought process.. so I try to keep my stuff widely to anti-banker / Wall Street...

 

When in reality it is all about oil... but why not kill two birds with one stone if you can gain the traction needed to do so... and all I have to do is let my personal Lobby thing go.. to effect a broader audience.. so I try to do just that, in hopes of creating some steam broadly..

 

My personal shit is not bigger than the Problems we face as a Nation and my personal shit should not be the reason that I could not stay on point as to help my Country... I hope that I can control my ego just long enough to reach as many people as possible.

 

My best to you and yours, JW

 

P.S. we all could use a great lay right about now, or I could.

Sun, 02/27/2011 - 17:50 | Link to Comment Meme Iamfurst
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Hi JW,

That is a very sweet reply.  I was hoping to snap someone out of a trance

I have read ZH for a long time, and both your posts and "Micky's" too.  You to know each other, and I take it you both live in central Florida and go to the same church.  Kool, but playing off each other and hoping that the eyeballs here are to blind to see, makes anything importantthat you have to say seem like words from a game plan.  I am so glad that you caught my rose, thorns and all.

This Jewish hate stuff that your friend is spewing is hurting ZH and Tyler, and all the good folks who have put this site together.  I do sincerely hope and trust that is not something heard or read on Sunday mornings anywhere, including here.  Or any day for that matter.

Divide and you are conquered, they just taught us that last year in school.  If your friend wants to divide the ZH audience with generalized hate there are certainly people who will jump on board, but then all the people who are doing this country and this world such criminal harm have won.  Keep them divided, it is in the plan...trust me I have heard this growing up.

The idea that all the woes of the world are some Jewish creation is not only just plain wrong thinking, but will lead down a path where one blindness leads to another.

I grew up with extreme right wing ultra conservative thinking all around me.  Big names, big Washington D.C. names, names you would know.  I saw what kind of destruction a single-mind thought can do to undermine finding real answers to real problems.  I saw what chasing ghosts can do.

For most of my life I was told remember, me first, them second or worse.  That was no better thinking than hang them first and ask questions second, or Jews are are the reason everything is broken.

A lot of the posts that I have read of yours in the past were so well thought out.  That is what I would like to be able to read again.

Remember Uranus is entering Aries, it's effects are already being felt.  March is to be a wild ride, and especially when Mars steps in and then Venus.  You are going to need all the clear thinking you can muster.  This is going to last for 7 years.  The turmoil is just beginning.

sincerely,

Meme

PS I am cute, really.  And nice, I try to be.

Sun, 02/27/2011 - 20:01 | Link to Comment JW n FL
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I live in South FL part time and North FL part time... and the Keys when I can make it down there...

 

Mikey and me dont share the same Church...

 

It was not so long ago someone spewing the same hate shit was removed, becuase I asked for them to be removed...

 

Now I could try to explain to you why you have to engage the ignorant... to educate them...

 

So welcome and please dont take my kindness for weakness, I try to be a lil nicer to the ladies bue to the emotional handicaps they suffer from.

 

Be well, JW

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Sun, 02/27/2011 - 15:15 | Link to Comment Kayman
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Michael:

You are a diversion from the main problem.

Reading your Jewish Banker Conspiracy diatribe makes me believe you are a banking shill.

No better way to divert the heat away from Criminal Bankers, than to drum up an anti-Jewish scenario.

You are dragging us further away from a solution. Focus on Criminal Bankers not their religion or race.

Mon, 02/28/2011 - 06:51 | Link to Comment Lednbrass
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OK, I have to say something here- you do realize that "on the down low" is Ebonics for homosexual,right? What I think  you meant to say and what you really said are substantially different.

Middle class whites shouldnt attempt speak ghetto unless hilarity is the goal.

Sun, 02/27/2011 - 04:00 | Link to Comment Peace is the x-axis
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"The Bankers and the Lobby need to go! whoever they are, whatever they are doesnt matter."

REALITY CHECK:  They ain't gonna just "go".

It is entirely up to us. To take their power from them. Or not.

Here's my (non-violent) idea for how -

http://theblissfulignoramus.com/reflections/the-peoples-nwo-every-man-hi...

Sun, 02/27/2011 - 06:22 | Link to Comment ft65
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JJW n FL / GLP ^TrInItY^, does that include two of your favourate AIPAC and ADL ;-)

Sun, 02/27/2011 - 15:46 | Link to Comment JW n FL
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Sun, 02/27/2011 - 15:53 | Link to Comment JW n FL
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how can you be so stupid at to not be able to use google? I mean really? how fuckin stupid can a person be? you are pushing the limits! here you work done for you... welfare line is that away ----->

 

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Sun, 02/27/2011 - 06:20 | Link to Comment ft65
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Michael you might like to check out JW n FL website. Goes bt the name ^TrInItY^ it might enlighten you www.godlikeproductions.com. You won't last long as a poster though! 

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Sun, 02/27/2011 - 02:01 | Link to Comment Michael
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This may interest you and others JW;

Harry Reid talks about auditing the Federal Reserve form 1995 Senate video;

Two videos: Harry Reid in 1995-1996 - I think we should audit the Federal Reserve!

http://www.dailypaul.com/158189/harry-reid-back-in-1995-1996-i-think-we-should-audit-the-federal-reserve-two-videos

Sun, 02/27/2011 - 02:08 | Link to Comment JW n FL
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Yes we should Audit the FED!!!!

Sun, 02/27/2011 - 15:19 | Link to Comment Kayman
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JW

The Fed will be audited when the music stops.

And there will be gaps in the tape.

I wonder where in the world our top 1% plan to retreat to; hopefully it will be a small enough country to find them.

Sun, 02/27/2011 - 03:11 | Link to Comment dexter_morgan
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+

 

Sun, 02/27/2011 - 04:30 | Link to Comment CH1
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Michael is probably paid by the cartel; here to change the subject and waste our energies by any means necessary. Going Nazi is an easy way to do it.

Tyler? A Kill Switch Fund? Please?

Sun, 02/27/2011 - 22:38 | Link to Comment pods
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And exactly how is Michael changing the subject?  

Pray tell what "cartel" is Michael working for?  

If you mean the bankers, have you read up on the history of the modern central bank?

Every single one of the problems outlined in the original article have one meme that runs though them all.

That is fractional reserve lending.  Creating credit from nothing and issuing at interest.  When you create credit and issue at interest, a ponzi is started, one that can either vacillate from inflation to deflating, allowing the bankers to take possession of real property (default) and have the little guy get squeezed by inflation.

All of this is caused by issuing debt "money" at interest.  An invention perfected by the modern central bank.

Sorry if Michael has caused a bit of cognitive dissonance in you, but you really must look at everything to find a solution.

And no, the solution is not Nazi, it is the removal of issuing debt notes at interest, aka fractional reserve lending.

pods

 

Sun, 02/27/2011 - 17:19 | Link to Comment In Fed We Trust
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I'm going to say about 50% of the employees at Goldman ARE Jewish.

5 Jews died the day of 911.  That would be a total of 5.

Now junk me you fucken Jew.

Sun, 02/27/2011 - 02:32 | Link to Comment Edmund Dantes
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History says that they will be dealt with more harshly than just letting them roam the streets...... that would be for the lucky ones.

Sun, 02/27/2011 - 03:09 | Link to Comment dexter_morgan
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Whats up with all the anti-semites in this forum. Hitler is smiling somewhere.......

Sun, 02/27/2011 - 03:44 | Link to Comment Michael
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It's more anti-nepotism than anything else. Antisemitism doesn't apply since 98% of of them are not Semites. This is one of the greatest historical scams in history. Only decedents of Shem, the son of Noah are Semites. These people are mostly of European descent, Ashkenazi if you will. I thought everyone knew this.

Sun, 02/27/2011 - 06:32 | Link to Comment falak pema
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You really are from gobble-dee gook land. Splitting hairs about Askenazi and real Semites. Remember : when a child is born he doesn't know the color of his skin...Don't fall for that trap. Of race, creed and class. We should keep our eye on the ball. You are what you do...not where you come from...If you're a plutocrat or his surrogate, you are the problem...period. That's the way to go. Not look at a guy's DNA through his pubic hairs. Leave that to Lenina Crown and her serfs in State department a la Wikileaks exposure. Be straight like a lightning rod; not bent like Captain Hook's wicked appendix.

Sun, 02/27/2011 - 04:33 | Link to Comment CH1
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That's how intelligent evil wastes the energy of the good.

"Look, fight this bozo over here. You'll be too tired to turn your full strength on us when you're done."

Sun, 02/27/2011 - 07:10 | Link to Comment sabra1
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jews exist to screw over people like you, and when you croak, jesus the jew will screw you over in the afterlife! you just can't win, can you?

Sun, 02/27/2011 - 11:47 | Link to Comment tamboo
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jesus=judahite
jews=edomites
jesus was not an edomite, he tossed them out of the temple.

“YE ARE OF YOUR FATHER – THE DEVIL” = JESUS TO THE JEWS – John -8 – 44
https://mynameisjoecortina.wordpress.com/2010/08/06/ye-are-of-your-fathe...

Sun, 02/27/2011 - 09:47 | Link to Comment Nozza
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Bad Karma dude. There's enough problems in the world without your views being aired. Stay on topic like the other posters here. Thanks

Sun, 02/27/2011 - 00:23 | Link to Comment Freddie
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"This battle in Madison, Wisconsin, between the American people and the global financial elite, represents the opening salvo, the awakening of an American resistance movement and a sign of what’s to come."

 

More like a battle between American taxpayers and the parasitic government union "workers" elite.

 

Sun, 02/27/2011 - 01:28 | Link to Comment Michael
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This is the trailer to the public sector teacher union cartel.

The Cartel Trailer - HD

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0pEmqutcbPc&feature=player_embedded

 

Sun, 02/27/2011 - 04:27 | Link to Comment Guy Fawkes Mulder
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I am now distrustful of you, having seen you link such a shallow piece of propaganda.

Not to mention your shallow characterization of "the enemy" as "the Jews".

Which Jews? How many men are we talking about? Link me something that will help me figure out why I should go around saying that it is "the Jews" that we must be wary of.

Here, I'll open the stakes. I've read the first forty-two pages (and scanned over the rest) of this, with an open mind:

http://www.bamboo-delight.com/download/Sumerian_Swindle_v1.pdf

Here is a brief interview with the author:

http://www.thephora.net/forum/showthread.php?t=64110

And I still don't believe there is great alarm for us all take arms against the Jews. That would be giving a pass to so many other deserving criminals.

PS: I actually just meant to say that I think: that movie you linked is going to be propaganda garbage.

PPS: Open question to all: Is this video below racist? The more of it you watch, the less racist it seems:

http://bamboo-delight.com/raxbrax/Swindling_the_Goyim_The_Basic_Swindle....

Sun, 02/27/2011 - 05:05 | Link to Comment Michael
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I don't see what is wrong with the movie The Cartel. I side with this guy on his opinion of it.

Governor Christie comments on The Cartel

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5XnAc1yLp8A&feature=related

As for bringing physical harm to any Jew, I vehemently and , figuratively speaking, violently object to anyone who dares l lay a hand on any Jew, except to cart the criminal ones off to jail.

However, no one should live in fear of having their tongs ripped out because they point out the characteristics of the culture that causes great financial harm to the overall society and individuals, because they object to their tactics.

This is an example of what I'm talking about and people have to stop being subjected to it by them;


ADL rips Pink Floyd’s Waters on ‘anti-Semitic’ imagery

Waters during performances of "Goodbye Blue Sky" on his 2010-11 "The Wall Live" tour, which targets Israel's West Bank security fence, is using imagery long associated with stereotypes about Jews and money, the ADL said.

An animated scene projects images of planes dropping bombs in the shape of Jewish Stars of David followed by dollar signs, the organization said.

ADL National Director Abraham Foxman in a statement called the juxtaposition "outrageous."

"While [Rogers] insists that his intent was to criticize Israel's West Bank security fence, the use of such imagery in a concert setting seems to leave the message open to interpretation, and the meaning could easily be misunderstood as a comment about Jews and money," Foxman said in the statement.

"Of course Waters has every right to express his political views about the Israeli-Palestinian conflict through his music and stagecraft. However, the images he has chosen, when put together in the same sequence, cross a line into anti-Semitism.""

http://jta.org/news/article/2010/09/28/2741069/adl-rips-pink-floyds-waters-on-anti-semitic-imagery

 

 

 

Sun, 02/27/2011 - 06:19 | Link to Comment ZEITGEIST
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Dude ..you gotta get off the Jew thing..I am Jewish and do not profess any more love for the bankers and the elite any more than you do...is the House of Saud full of Jews ???? Are the Bushes Jews ???? Is Cheney Jewish ???? Is Jamie Diamond Jewish..Are The owners of Monsanto Jewish..is the Dupont family of Jewish decent ???? We  all need to band together and stay away from divide and conquer strategy that they employ against us..these people are money and power worshipping sycopaths...they are not honest decent human beings......time to unite to fight and get our constitution back....

Sun, 02/27/2011 - 07:20 | Link to Comment Lord Koos
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Mikey is one of the many reasons I rarely read the comments here.

Sun, 02/27/2011 - 10:14 | Link to Comment kreso
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+1

Sun, 02/27/2011 - 11:26 | Link to Comment High Plains Drifter
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Yes you are right. We should band together against these evil doers.

Sun, 02/27/2011 - 12:26 | Link to Comment Mesquite
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Hear hear...

Keep focused on the agenda ( big chessgame..)

and not fall prey to the deversionary tactics...

Sun, 02/27/2011 - 22:14 | Link to Comment ChartreuseDog
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+5771

Sun, 02/27/2011 - 14:44 | Link to Comment Harmonious_Diss...
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You got joos on the brain, Michael!!! Hey check 'em out of Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/#!/album.php?aid=132864&id=124645380860&comments

You can leave long-ass cut & paste comments on their page! Check out what they say on there as well. Fun!

Sun, 02/27/2011 - 15:34 | Link to Comment Guy Fawkes Mulder
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What's wrong with "The Cartel" is that blames the wrong "cartel" and it lets the big guys off the hook.

It imagines that the education bureaucracy is the biggest bad guys.

I hate the shit out of the public education I got. I hate the college education I paid for even more. I think both systems are going to get their asses handed to them by reality.

But I find it laughable propaganda that charter schools and vouchers are what people should get behind.

The only education that's worth getting is an education in how to learn. And no school for the masses is going to give our kids that any time soon. "School choice", etc. is just going to be more corporate slave training.

Anyway, I overstepped by ranting against Jew rants, ranting against Micahel, and ranting against education in the same post. Why don't I just mosey on back up and junk myself now...

Sun, 02/27/2011 - 11:42 | Link to Comment Flakmeister
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Michael,

             why don't you set up your own blog and you and people of like mind can have 24/7 circle jerk...Now it is clear that you are not stupid, but you really haven't thought everything through. Hey I love a good conspriracy as much as the next ZH'er but you really got to be a little more analytic. Also, this Jewish stuff is really dated bullshit.

Sun, 02/27/2011 - 11:50 | Link to Comment tamboo
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109 Locations whence Jews have been Expelled since AD250

YEAR . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .PLACE

250 -- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Carthage
415 -- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Alexandria
554 -- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Diocèse of Clermont (France)
561 -- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Diocèse of Uzès (France)
612 -- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Visigoth Spain
642 -- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Visigoth Empire
855 -- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Italy
876 -- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Sens
1012 -- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Mainz
1182 -- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - France
1182 -- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Germany
1276 -- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Upper Bavaria
1290 -- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - England
1306 -- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - France
1322 -- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - France (again) etc.
http://www.biblebelievers.org.au/expelled.htm

http://www.iamthewitness.com/books/Andrew.Carrington.Hitchcock/Synagogue...

Sun, 02/27/2011 - 12:10 | Link to Comment Flakmeister
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Not sure what your point is...Ever read "A Distant Mirror" by Tuchman? It will provide some context. Every society has needed a whipping boy close at hand....

Sun, 02/27/2011 - 15:22 | Link to Comment Kayman
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tamboo

You missed Europe 1939 !  

Could you personally round up children and starve, mutilate, and kill them?  If you can please start with yourself first.

Sun, 02/27/2011 - 18:03 | Link to Comment In Fed We Trust
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2013-------------------------United State of America.  Hire Soros to move them all on his yacth.  Soros would do it for $1 a head and greedy......Dude.

Sun, 02/27/2011 - 02:06 | Link to Comment JW n FL
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by Freddie
on Sat, 02/26/2011 - 23:23
#1001042

 

"This battle in Madison, Wisconsin, between the American people and the global financial elite, represents the opening salvo, the awakening of an American resistance movement and a sign of what’s to come."

 

More like a battle between American taxpayers and the parasitic government union "workers" elite.

*****************************************************************************

You could pay all the Union Works, Make thier retirement contributions and send them $1,000 dollar hookers every week... and then burn money in the winter time to keep warm... and still have a mountain left... if you where to take just QE 1 money wise away from the Bankers....

 

News Flash Dumbass!!!! the guy that lives in your town with you, isnt the problem... dont believe the HYPE!!!

 

The Problem is the Trillions and Trillions and Trillions going to the Bankers! NOT the Billions the Unions want.

 

The sooner everyone can see what the ONE HUGE PROBLEM is and spread the word... the sooner we can have some change we can all really believe in!

Sun, 02/27/2011 - 04:48 | Link to Comment CH1
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It's non-Americans who think it's some sort of freedom thing. Too bad.

This is plain old violence by union thugs who want to keep milking the system. The taxpayers are finally cracking their eyes open and have elected politicians who promised to do something about it.

Sun, 02/27/2011 - 11:17 | Link to Comment High Plains Drifter
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I agree. This thing happening up in Wisconsin has nothing to do with liberty but everything to do with public employee unions.  Why do public employees need unions for crying out loud? Its stupid. This whole thing up there is just the start to the pain that will be paid by us all, due to austerity measures taken by the states, which unlike the us government have to by law balance their budgets. I live in Texas and they are going to cut a lot of things here as a result of a 28B dollar shortfall and this is just the start of austerity measures here as well. The American republic is dying and these people up in Wisconsin refuse to see the writing on the wall. It is over my friends. Face it. So many of them (and like me for a long time) just live in some little world of their own making and never look outside their own little bubble. Well guess what. While all of this personal bubble activity was going on, a nation was dying and they refused to see it. Now it is in their face and it makes them mad. They are mad at politicians who are doing their job , a job that they were voted into office to do. The problem there is not liberty , per se. The problem is them and the stupid actions of this bunch who refuse to cooperate. It is the tyranny of the few against the silent many but this too shall pass.

Sun, 02/27/2011 - 15:51 | Link to Comment Rick64
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How about the governor and top politicians leading by example. Practice what they preach. Impose pay cuts and entitlement cuts on themselves, and take away the rights of congress to vote for their own raises. Lets address the most egregious abuses of the budget and work our way down. Why just teachers, and not policeman and fireman too. These politicians always want to start cutting at the bottom instead of the top. These politicians regularly abuse the system to pay for all their expenses. Hypocrites. For example if a CEO took a pay cut then told the employees they had to take one too, I think there would be less resentment and opposition.

Sun, 02/27/2011 - 01:45 | Link to Comment prophet_banker
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I'm from WI, and this drivel makes me sick:

 

American resistance movement in WI consisting of employed public workers protesting for better benifits; and comparing that to the overthrow of Egypt Government.....man, not even the same sport, let alone ball park

Sun, 02/27/2011 - 04:49 | Link to Comment CH1
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Dude, you're killing their buzz!

And, you are quite right.

Sun, 02/27/2011 - 10:50 | Link to Comment grey7beard
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>>consisting of employed public workers protesting for better benifits;

 

I didn't think they were protesting for better benefits.  Actually, I think they voluntarily gave up some benefits they were promised, by contract.  They are protesting the the attempt to prevent collective barganing.  But don't let facts get in the way of your partisan attacks.

Sun, 02/27/2011 - 12:25 | Link to Comment Old. No. 7
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The Union bashing comments may come from posters a bit too young to realize that collective bargaining is the last bulkhead remaining before feudalism. In neo-con parlance, taxpayers have become shareholders, more concerned with the bottom line.

 

Any parent concerned about their child's education should cancel their subscription to cable/satellite television immediately. Stop relying on teachers to perform magic on your kids if you don't have the discipline required to at least be an auxiliary educator if not a home school-er.

Sun, 02/27/2011 - 12:39 | Link to Comment overmedicatedun...
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 "collective bargaining is the last bulkhead remaining before feudalism. In neo-con parlance"

LOL, I know you are sincere in this statement but is obviously silly at best. based no doubt on the fine public education you obtained.

try to read a little more about the banksters and corruption in these modern days..then connect to dots to Unions who benefits from the "dues "forcibly taken from many union workers> Dues= Taxes now backed by laws passed to make them mandatory.

Mafia did not get into unions because they wanted to benefit the worker, as an example

"collective anything" does sound marxist for a reason can you guess it?.

 

 

Sun, 02/27/2011 - 12:55 | Link to Comment prophet_banker
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thanks for the clarification, devil is always in the details; Protesting for collective bargaining for better benifits; facts are the WI bill only eliminates collective bargaining for health and pension, nothing else

Sun, 02/27/2011 - 10:42 | Link to Comment pazmaker
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right on Freddie!!!  Open up your eyes people!!!   The banks who have robbed us blind are welfare queens stealing us blind.   This so called assembly of the masses in WI is nothing but more leeches want us to pay for all their benefits. So we have leeches on both sides and all around us.  Unions are leeches and extortionist just like banks.

Sun, 02/27/2011 - 12:35 | Link to Comment John Wilmot
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Exactly. Good article altogether, but definitely slanted in the socialist direction. However, until the banking oligarchy (never refer to them as an aristocracy, as that would imply that they have some kind of merit) is toppled, I'm happy to cooperate with the genuine socialists. If we can agree on dismantling the empire, eliminating the Federal Reserve, reforming election and lobbying law, ending corporate welfare, repealing the PATRIOT act and abolishing DHS, etc....that's good enough for now. After the revolution, we'll have our battle about the welfare state and the role of government in the economy.

 

Really, no one outside the oligarchy and its hoard of servants should be excluded from the Liberty Movement...except maybe Carrot-Top

Sun, 02/27/2011 - 01:07 | Link to Comment caconhma
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The fking worldwide revolutionary process is just started. The Russian Czar dynasty was ruling the country for the 300 years and it has collapsed in just 2 weeks.

Is America immune to a bloody revolution? Hell no! The present environment becomes just right for people taking to the streets liberating our great country from WallStreet gangster vampires.

Sun, 02/27/2011 - 01:40 | Link to Comment JW n FL
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Sun, 02/27/2011 - 04:07 | Link to Comment Peace is the x-axis
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"Taking to the streets" changes nothing. Peoples have done it since time immemorial. Money-lenders still rule the world. Moreso now than ever before.

We have to be smarter than that -

http://theblissfulignoramus.com/reflections/the-peoples-nwo-every-man-hi...

 

Sun, 02/27/2011 - 04:37 | Link to Comment CH1
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Using gold and silver changes the world. Honest money displaces banksters. Honest Internet money exists, but not one in a thousand touches it.

www.dgcmagazine.com

Sun, 02/27/2011 - 04:56 | Link to Comment Peace is the x-axis
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With respect, you've not done your research friend. Using gold and silver has indeed changed the world - it has placed it in the hands of the banksters who have controlled the gold since Sumerian times.

You're quite correct that not one in a thousand touches digital currency. For now.

Ask yourself WHY.

It's because generation after generation, century after century, has been brainwashed to accept either one of two equally false propositions. Both ensure our enslavement:

(1) Whatever the state enforces as "money", is money;

(2) The state enforced "money" is not money; the only real "money" is the stuff the banksters' originally insisted on as "money".

Banksters have always controlled the stocks, and/or the supply (lines), and/or the public reporting of national commodity reserves. 

We are forever doomed to be trapped by currency systems of their design, for their benefit, if we are not a wake up to their very, very old tactics.  And refuse to play the game using their ball, or their rules.

Sun, 02/27/2011 - 05:10 | Link to Comment Peace is the x-axis
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"Through the Press we have gained the power to influence while remaining ourselves in the shade; thanks to the Press we have got the gold in our hands, notwithstanding that we have had to gather it out of the oceans of blood and tears. But it has paid us, though we have sacrificed many of our people."

 

"We shall create by all the secret subterranean methods open to us and with the aid of gold, which is all in our hands, a universal economic crisis whereby we shall throw upon the streets whole mobs of workers simultaneously ... These mobs will rush delightedly to shed the blood of those whom, in the simplicity of their ignorance, they have envied from their cradles, and whose property they will then be able to loot.

 

"Ours they will not touch, because the moment of attack will be known to us and we shall take measures to protect our own."

 

"In our hands is the greatest power of our day - GOLD: in two days we can procure from our storehouses any quantity we may please."

http://www.aztlan.net/protocols.htm#protocol22

Sun, 02/27/2011 - 12:55 | Link to Comment John Wilmot
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That is quite possibly the stupidest economic proposal I've ever heard, read, or imagined could exist. Under this Jubileeus system, there is no savings, which means there is no creation of new or maintenance of existing productive capacity - your happy altruists will be eating one another within a few months. Savings and investment, not 'greasing the wheels of commerce and industry' through inflation-fueld production is the engine of prosperity. Secondly, it ENSURES practically instanteineous, infinite inflation. If everyone can create as much currency as they please for their own use at any time, almost everyone will immediately create as much as they think they'll need for the rest of their life and start buying the objects of the good life - massive inflation results. Society collapses and, once again, the altruists are eating one another to survive. 

As for the issue of products being subject to the law of entropy, that only applies to a few narrow things, and that is the reason for transportation, storage facilities, etc. This is not a problem with social organization, it's a problem - if you view it as a problem at all - with the laws of nature. Take it up with God and leave me my hard currency and functioning civilization. You can keep your neo-Marxist utopian fantasies, which make about as much sense as Marx himself, who was as much of an economist as I'm a squirrel. 

 

 

Sun, 02/27/2011 - 18:48 | Link to Comment Peace is the x-axis
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You clearly did not comprehend the proposal, I'm afraid. Judging by your objections raised - which were all addressed - it appears you did not even read it in its entirety.

Sun, 02/27/2011 - 02:03 | Link to Comment bigelkhorn
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I always love listening to the guys from FFT. They are insanely accurate with their stuff. This is their latest stuff, and analysis of the S&P 500 chart. It is well worth a look, pretty cool!. http://www.forecastfortomorrow.com/video/27th-feb-2011/rrt.html

Sun, 02/27/2011 - 02:40 | Link to Comment JW n FL
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You buy stock with Oil going to $200 plus a bbl... I will buy metals... physical and hold. Good Luck and God Bless!

Sun, 02/27/2011 - 04:06 | Link to Comment ft65
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JW n FL / ^TrInItY^

>> I will buy metals... physical and hold.

You shouldn't whistle about such things, you never know Stevie might be a ZH reader too! Are you buying Gold or Tungsten (or perhaps both without knowing ;-). You can't take it with you!

Sun, 02/27/2011 - 09:13 | Link to Comment nmewn
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"You can't take it with you!"

LOL...or anything else, including greenbacks.

But you can lend one last hand to those you leave behind.

Sun, 02/27/2011 - 03:57 | Link to Comment ft65
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Quoting JW n FL / GLP ^TrInItY^

>>There is no separation between Investment Bankers and Real Bankers… the kids have the keys to the Candy Store… 

With the (10 %) fractional reserve system, I don't see any real difference between the two. It's just the natural end game of any Ponzi. Point fingers at who you like, our great civilization is headed in the same direction of those before. But you know all this from your teachings!

Sun, 02/27/2011 - 16:21 | Link to Comment Kayman
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ft65

10% capital in our banks.  Try 1%.  What these guys get to call capital, is what anyone else would call debt.

Sun, 02/27/2011 - 10:18 | Link to Comment Dollar Bill Hiccup
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Tunes for the Rev ...

La la, la la la la, la ah, la la la la la la laaa ... mp posts ... bitchez!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=REZW10v67bI

Revenge is a dish best served cold, but remember ... ANGER IS AN ENERGY.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ejRal5xFWA4

MAY THE ROAD RISE WITH YOU!

Sun, 02/27/2011 - 10:36 | Link to Comment Breaker
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"As The Independent reported, “Obama to set out painful budget plans for austerity in America. Americans are about to get a first glimpse of what tight-fisted federal government looks like with President Barack Obama releasing an austerity-tinged draft budget.”

I wonder if anyone who has actually studied the new Obama budget can call it tight fisted with a straight face. The first thing you have to get over before you start giggling is that it spends about 1.3 Trillion more than it takes in this year. Whew. Don't pull that belt too tight Barack! And he doesn't even pretend to be heading toward balance in six years. He excludes interest on the national debt from his calculations. 

Most politicians are better at pretending than this. Heck. In six years, he won't be president. So go ahead Barack, forecast a balanced budget. No skin off your back.

I also think there's a big difference between what is going on in Egypt and the US. The WI "riots" in the US are riots by one of the three legs of the government class against reduction of their benefit package and their power to force state governments to borrow money to increase their benefits in the future. These "rioters" if you will emphatically want the status quo to stay just the way it is and they are explicitly demonstrating against any alteration of the status quo. So the WI riots are deeply conservative riots and are emphatically NOT anti-establishment riots. This is part of the establishment rioting. They like things just the way they are and want no change, regardless of the effect on budget deficits. The WI riots are more like the Greek riots in that regard.

The Tea Party demonstrations are more like the Egypt riots in that regard. A lot of those folks are former middle class people who are out of work.

Sun, 02/27/2011 - 10:39 | Link to Comment Waterfallsparkles
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JW in FL.

Is that you sighlion?  Sounds like you.  As I said this forum is a lot more receptive to your ideas.

Sun, 02/27/2011 - 15:01 | Link to Comment JW n FL
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I am not sighlion... just plain ole' dumbass me... sorry.

Sun, 02/27/2011 - 17:46 | Link to Comment illyia
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Nice Comment and Links JW n FL.

It is the Banksters and their Lords.

Regardless of anyone's opinion a Neo-American Revolution will take place in some form as the numbers don't add up any other way.

It is what it is.

 

Sat, 02/26/2011 - 21:55 | Link to Comment johnnymustardseed
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Tyler... it is Saturday night,you are posting some scary shit, save it for Monday

Sat, 02/26/2011 - 22:00 | Link to Comment Scottj88
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Egypt is in no revolution, it seems that is staged... or at least there is evidence for it...

This whole middle east revolution stuff is about oil prices in my opinion...

There is American Rebellion coming... I hope we get behind the right guy...

Ron Paul 2012...

http://thehardrightedge.com/america-under-attack-by-treasonous-bankers/

Sat, 02/26/2011 - 22:26 | Link to Comment Cruel Aid
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Yes, 88

I wonder if whoever is behind this has their eye on Abdullah. If the conspiracy is true, then yes to that also.

And it is game over.

Zuckerberg, thanks a pantload.


Sun, 02/27/2011 - 14:18 | Link to Comment fredquimby
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I wonder if it isn't an Arabic ploy to get all foreigners out of the region to allow a re-nationalisation of resources. Or an Anglo/US ploy to get all foreigners out of the region to minimize collateral damage and of course facebook reporting/plotting... I would say 80% of all mobile phones/videos would have left Libya these last few days perhaps??! Anglo/oil despot relations run long-time, break fast it seems. What will replace it? probably a closed down oil industry for 12 months in about 6 countries? vastly higher prices for US/UK etc. oil companies to reap for a while, and a further transfer of wealth in the form of higher pump prices etc. etc.;) Then the new Arab run National industries (in the name of the people) will start feeding their oil for the people from the people back into the world-wide system at the now higher process. aka Chavez? Or perhaps the Anglo/US will come in aka gulfwar to secure supplies themselves, but in the name of the new democracies etc. and push the furtherance of the IMF debt model?

 

Sun, 02/27/2011 - 01:41 | Link to Comment JW n FL
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The only way to win is if the Bankers and Lobby GO!!!

Sun, 02/27/2011 - 04:11 | Link to Comment Peace is the x-axis
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The only way to win, is if we ALL become our own central bankers -

http://theblissfulignoramus.com/reflections/the-peoples-nwo-every-man-hi...

Sun, 02/27/2011 - 04:19 | Link to Comment ft65
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JW n FL / GLP ^TrInItY^

>>The only way to win is if the Bankers and Lobby GO!

Breaking the military / industrial / Congressional complex (as Ike wanted to say in his leaving speech) is so deeply conjoined with the financial system, the current chaos in north Africa would be as nothing. The system is irreparably broken. We are now all in it for the ride. How far off the rails, will be apparent to historians, and archaeologists! 

 

Sat, 02/26/2011 - 22:34 | Link to Comment goldfish1
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Largest crowds since Vietnam War march in Wisconsin
(Reuters) - A crowd estimated at more than 70,000 people on Saturday waved American flags, sang the national anthem and called for the defeat of a Wisconsin plan to curb public sector unions that has galvanized opposition from the American labor movement.   http://www.reuters.com/article/2011/02/27/us-wisconsin-protests-idUSTRE71O4F420110227?feedType=RSS&feedName=domesticNews

 

Sat, 02/26/2011 - 22:39 | Link to Comment Cruel Aid
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That's funny, they were chanting 'Hell No We Won't Go'

A famous Nam chant. And I saw some tie dye in the hall.

Sat, 02/26/2011 - 22:59 | Link to Comment kaiserhoff
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They are chanting "Hell no, we won't get real jobs!" 

If they are so underpaid and pissed upon, wouldn't that be an option?

Sun, 02/27/2011 - 00:01 | Link to Comment Econolingus
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Spare me. 

This has nothing to do with "the American labor movement" and everything to do with unionized public sector parasites.  Overpaying government workers does nothing to right the other wrongs of neo-liberal corporate imperialism (at home and abroad).  The shame of the Wisconsin situation is that governor has it both incredibly right (bust up over-compensated public services unions) and so criminally wrong (sell off state-level utilities in no-bid crony theft).

In the latter case, he's reading line-by-line from the Chicago Boys playbook: privatize and concentrate wealth in fewer and fewer hands.  The result: rising poverty, rising unemployment and heightened social unrest.  It worked in Bolivia, Chile, Argentina, Russia and Iraq--because there was a strong military presence to enforce the will of the criminal oligarchy.  can it work in America because of pathological apathy?

Sun, 02/27/2011 - 00:52 | Link to Comment TruthInSunshine
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Econolingus, please listen.

I, too, am not a fan of unions, as I believe they artificially distort wage and benefit scales, and thereby impose an undue burden upon American Taxpayers.

HOWEVER - The amount of money at play in the landscape of public employee unions is on the order of a fraction of what has been transferred to the Squid of this world, via things such as TARP, TALF, Quantitative Easing (and POMO), and other federally (through the Federal Reserve [they argue they are a 'quasi' governmental agency], the Executive Branch [via Executive Order, etc.], and Congress [which ultimately is the one that allowed TARP, TALF, Dodd-Frank, Bankruptcy 'reform,' and now a possible re-write of state property title recordation laws vis-a-vis the MERS crisis], with all such monies coming out of pockets of Americans paying taxes now and in the future.

Bernanke has purchased almost 3 trillion of government debt and toxic assets (for 100% on the dollar, even though that figure should have been pennies, if even purchased), and he has backstopped 12 trillion in future losses on the part of TBTF entities and Wall Street Insiders.

So, what I'm saying is that the whole public union vs. Joe Taxpayer battle is being ginned up and blown way out of proportion, in order to distract Americans from where the real economic pain is coming from, and that would be the fucking criminals on Wall Street and at the Federal Reserve, aided and abetted by their hand maidens in Congress and the Executive Branch (with the Judicial Branch also corrupted, and providing cover whenever called upon).

Let's all focus on the real core numbers and source of the problems we face, and not allow ourselves to be so easily distracted by lesser events, highly conflated by those who wish to keep stealing the ungodly sums from us.

I do hope Americans will not be so easily distracted and divided.

Sun, 02/27/2011 - 01:44 | Link to Comment JW n FL
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Sun, 02/27/2011 - 02:21 | Link to Comment Michael
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I have yet to hear the true reason for the failure of our country, although some rumblings.

NAFTA CAFTA, GATT, WTO!

So called "Free Trade" does not produce consumer goods manufacturing jobs here. Never did and never will.

Try building a shoe manufacturing plant in this country and see what you get. Not even $100 a pair Nike's.

Sun, 02/27/2011 - 02:45 | Link to Comment JW n FL
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free trade equals union busting... moving jobs offshore while the Bankers / Wall Street get tax credits for cutting American Jobs!!! fuck that!

Sun, 02/27/2011 - 04:32 | Link to Comment ft65
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JW n FL / GLP ^TrInItY^

Take a look at where your computer was made, or your recent solar project, or just about anything else you have bought recently. You make a living from scamming the same corrupt system.  http://www.ftc.gov/os/comments/spyware/040312lucas.pdf

Just like buying metal, you are looking after yourself, the bankers are doing likewise. Your collectivist leanings and loyalties are primarily to your "tribe".

Do NOT follow this link or you will be banned from the site!