Paul Farrell Explains Why The Fed-Wall Street Complex Will Self Destruct By 2012

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wafflehead's picture

Tea Party is my party !

pan-the-ist's picture

Tea Party Workers Unite - Bitches!

jomama's picture

glenn beck and sarah palin...? 

Thunder Dome's picture

No, Alex Jones, Bob Chapman and the Info Warriors.

tamboo's picture

jones, beck, palin, rush= pro israel  joo shills.

rand paul too.

Art Vandelay's picture

Take your antisemitic bullshit somewhere else, asshole.

Sparkey's picture

Is it really you George? We've missed you!

Nikki's picture

Art, not all Jews are part of the conspiracy but those involved are almost all Jews. They are the bankers, Fed, govt. Agencies, Scotus, CFR etc... Do some homework. It's not anti-Semitic to expose the kosher nostra anymore that it prejudicial to notice that the mafia has Italians and the Triads have Chinese members... If I say Al quaeda has Muslims, is that also anti-Semitic ?.

I don't really liked the way the poster phrased his spew, but he was right about who is behind the curtain...

caconhma's picture

The fact are quite simple:

  • the WallStreet and the Fed ruling elite are either Jewish and/or controlled by Jews
  • The Congress and the President are the same Jewish puppets
  • They also control the US mass media, Hollywood, and pornography business
  • Jewish neocons brought the Iraq war and the world against the 1B+ Muslim world
  • Just 10 years ago, America was a prosperous superpower. Now, it is a bankrupt and utterly corrupt dying empire.
  • 100 years ago, Jewish Bolsheviks/terrorists/gangsters have destroyed Russia. Now, the USA is their cross-fire for a destruction.
GoldBricker's picture

Be aware than Israel is not equal to Judaism, however much it may attempt to confound the two.

http://www.nkusa.org/

Judaism as a religion existed before it, and will exist after it.

glenlloyd's picture

I'm fiscally conservative but I don't like the thought of that duo.

DaveyJones's picture

I second that. How about we just randomly pick adults out of society for a limited term. We do that to decide to put people to death, kind of an important job and there's a good number of things we need to put to death.

Uncle Remus's picture

Which one is Charlie McCarthy?

Sparkey's picture

Edgar Bergan, Uncle Remus, that is who we should look for, there are lots of Charlies' McCarthy!

downrodeo's picture

Sadly, the tea party is a movement with a lot of magnitude but no direction. It is simply a scalar quantity that can be used to multiply whatever agenda it is applied to. Too bad we can't pull off something like project mayhem.

SheepDog-One's picture

Project Mayhem is already being run by the FED.

Mercury's picture

I think it is pretty widely understood at this point that The Tea Party is an umbrella under which people gather who don't like Obama and what he's doing. It doesn't have to be much more than that to be effective

mtomato2's picture

That is the post pathetic and simple-minded synopsis of the Tea Party phenomenon I think I have ever read.

I don't know you, I don't know who you are...  But if this obtuse observation is any indicator of how you tend to analyze socio-political manifestation, then perhaps it's time to go back to crayons and fingerpaint.

And try not to eat any more paste.  It's bad for the brain.  And yeah.  I'm the first to junk you.

"Widely Understood..."

What a wiener.

aerojet's picture

Methinks the lady doth protest too much.

LowProfile's picture

Maybe.

Or maybe she's just frustrated with everybody who watches what the MSM says about the TP and takes that as gospel, instead of actually *gasp* going to a meeting or a rally and seeing what's actually going on.

IMO they are desperately trying to play up the Palin faction of the TP, while trying equally as hard to ignore the Paul faction.

But WTH do I know, I just hang out and discuss things with actual Tea Party members on occasion.

Mercury's picture

And what "socio-political manifestation" analysis do you think you're demonstrating here Ms. Tomato?

-You disagree that those who organize and are attracted to Tea Party groups and their activities share a common dislike for the Obama Administration's policies and ambitions? What would you identify as their biggest commonality?

-Do you think this is not in fact "widely understood" - that a lot of people show up at Tea Party events hoping to sample fine tea beverages only to find out that they've been duped into anti-Obama political activism?

-Do you think that it is not the case that Tea Party groups realize that by forming an official, separate, national political party they will likely split too many Republican votes and suffer the political fate of Ross Perot - and that is why they have thus far avoided major centralization?

-Are you upset or flummoxed that many disparate groups of political malcontents scattered all across the country can't be all things to all people?

-Do you not think the Tea party will be effective in affecting the outcomes of the 2010 and 2012 elections?

Do enlighten us my dear for clearly this is a serious issue to many ZH readers.

mtomato2's picture

Enlightenment.  No problem.  To simplify the Tea Party movement as "Obama Haters"  is preposterous, simple-minded and insulting.  To only see that as the raison d'etre is to beg for debate.  Junk away, simpletons.

pan-the-ist's picture

Sadly - I think you're exactly right Mercury.

1100-TACTICAL-12's picture

The Tea -Party is drifting abit right now, but it will evenually hone in on it's course.

Cognitive Dissonance's picture

Which is what course? Where do you think this political impulse is headed and do you think it will be subverted by the mainstream parties?

BTW, should I assume that Tea Party members understand that the powers that be might be directing the various foreign and domestic intelligence agencies under their control (read all of them) to work against a third party in America?

1100-TACTICAL-12's picture

Course unknown, What I'm saying I do believe the Tea Party is rudderless & waiting & willing to accept the truth & a leader who speaks the unpolished truth. Yes I do believe they for the most part know they are under attack, to be co-opted, manipulated. I have been to one rally here in Texas, just to check it out, did not seem to be a bunch of fanatical rednecks. I believe they know the system is broke, I don't think they have the solution, but they are learning,listening,watching knowing buisneess as usual only spells the demise of life as we know it..

Commander Cody's picture

Find the truthsayers, find the leaders.

TJ_is_annoyed's picture

The current course that has been charted by both parties is full speed into an iceberg the size of Texas.  So the Tea Party course can't be any worse (can it?), and by default will probably be better.

 

Any new political party that would gain power *must* enforce term limits.

Hopefully I'm preaching to the choir here:
 

"A government big enough to give you everything you want, is strong enough to take everything you have."  

"Experience hath shown, that even under the best forms of government those entrusted with power have, in time, and by slow operations, perverted it into tyranny."

"I predict future happiness for Americans if they can prevent the government from wasting the labors of the people under the pretense of taking care of them."

"My reading of history convinces me that most bad government results from too much government."

"The strongest reason for the people to retain the right to keep and bear arms is, as a last resort, to protect themselves against tyranny in government."

"I place economy among the first and most important virtues, and public debt as the greatest of dangers to be feared. To preserve our independence, we must not let our rulers load us with perpetual debt…If we can prevent the government from wasting the labors of the people, under the pretense of caring for them, they will be happy."

-- Thomas Jefferson

 

When the people find they can vote themselves money, that will herald the end of the republic.

-- Benjamin Franklin

The founders understood corrupt governments all too well.

Well, at least the experiment worked for a few decades anyway.

Milestones's picture

"The more numerous the laws, the more corrupt the State" Tacitius (sp). This country is drowning in it's own spit.   Milestones 

RockyRacoon's picture

CD, we have not seen unrest here because TPTB have not done anything yet.

Wait until they actually curb free food, retirement benefits, or Medicare:

PARIS (Reuters) - French families, students and private sector workers joined mass demonstrations on Saturday as trade unions ramped up pressure on the government to drop pension reforms.

Opposition to President Nicolas Sarkozy's plan to raise the retirement age to 62 from 60 showed no signs of abating and hundreds of thousands across the country marched in the fourth round of rallies in as many months

Unions said that about 2.9 million had marched, while police said the crowds numbered 899,000. The union figure was about the same as at the last demonstrations on September 23. The police figure was slightly lower.

A survey published by French daily newspaper L'Humanite showed more than 70 percent of people backed the day of action.

"We won't back down," said Bernard Thibault, head of the powerful CGT union. "If the government won't listen there will be further action."

caconhma's picture

 French daily newspaper L'Humanite is an old mouthpiece of their communist party.

midtowng's picture

That course being to elect more Republicans. As if that will fix anything.

Tearsinrain's picture

You might ask Castle and Murkowski how that is working out for them. The Republicans are simply second tier and they will be gotten out in time if the TP can hold focus. It isn't just about 2010, but '12, '14, and further.

baserunr's picture

Electing more Republicans won't fix a thing.  Electing more conservatives that follow the Constitution, cut the Federal Government back to its useful and intended size, and want to eliminate the FED; that will get you somewhere.  At least, its a start.

masterinchancery's picture

The Tea Party is all Americans who work at real jobs(NOT jobs looting the country) and save their money.  They are the lootees, and their motivation is survival.

sgt_doom's picture

Mercury, you are of course right, but it is more definitive than that description.

The Tea Party is truly representative of the classic Ameritard, easily persuaded, completely dense and morally bereft.

Why?  Because they play the stooges, demanding ever more tax cuts for the super-rich who actively pay little, or absolutely no, taxes!

What could possibly be more idiotic?

The Koch Bros. and Peter G. Peterson, who have long funded such trivial nonsense, live to pay nothing to the feds, while having the rest of us pay everything!

tmosley's picture

Tea Parties regularly boo big-government "conservatives".  If the "leaders" stray from the principles of the movement, they will be crucified.

They are directionless like a stirring giant is directionless.  All it takes is one more prod, and he may awaken, enraged.

A Nanny Moose's picture

The concept is widely known as herding cats. Nothing wrong with allowing people to fly their freak flags, so long as they do no harm.

Cognitive Dissonance's picture

You sum up nicely the art of psyops. Let people feel their being radical or revolutionary without actually showing up at the Washington Mall to protest. After all, to do so costs money and I'd need to drive and where would I stay and my hemorrhoids are acting up.

Let the air out slowly. Don't try to stop it, just slowly dissipateit. A little in fighting also helps to work off the animal spirits so let's seed the crowd with some so-called anarchists and other various disruptor's.

Psssssssssst

BobPaulson's picture

Yes. The religious wing of the Republican party has been outed as destructive to the GOP supremacy. My guess is they are the primary means of undermining the TP and getting it labelled as a repository for nutjobs. Throw in some vocal racists and TP credibility is toast. 

SRV - ES339's picture

The TP is funded by those responsible for the sad state of the world financial system (as usual, follow the money). They simply want to divide and conquer (never gets old) to secure yet more power... ensuring continual loophole legislation designed to scim Trillions (more) from the peasants.

You are being had my friend, and are a very big part of the problem.

aerojet's picture

You got junked, but it only emphasizes the denial.  I have no doubts about the intentions of certain Tea Party people--they truly desire reform.  However, they appear to be naive regarding how the machine works.  You only need to witness how quickly it consumed Obama to realize that there is no solution from within government anymore. 

Edmon Plume's picture

All other points being sound, IMHO, you speak as one who has experience being naive when you state that the machine consumed obama.

Ripped Chunk's picture

The machine is Obama, for now.  Can't wait to see the next puppet.

Aghast in Midlothian's picture

My wife and I have been to tea party rallies along with all the other well-educated, well behaved professionals in Richmond...our part of the trillions must be in the mail.