Posted 1 year ago on Oct. 3, 2011, 7:10 p.m. EST by marsdefIAnCe
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First off, the most important thing that needs to happen is to keep this thing non-partisan. For those of you who think you are independents but still favor one party over the other, let me introduce you to some key information.
To the Republican orientation sort, do you really think a free and fair election process put two Bushes into the White House, when Sr's Father / Jr's Grand-father funded Nazis during WW2 and funded anti-drug laws so that the CIA could jack up prices and control the supply? Prohibition and Nazis LITERALLY goes hand in hand - the same people funded both! Bush Sr is former head of the CIA. What you will find out next should remove all doubt as to where your enemies are and while Wall Street is a good start, you are not looking into the belly of the beast yet.
To the Democrats, I know you are mostly frustrated with Obama. He has been handicapped by the system and Republicans, right? Wrong. You need to check out Pastor Manning's interview of Wayne Madsen. Go watch it on youtube. It's only twenty minutes and you're going to look like a chicken running around with his head cut off if you don't know about what they talk about. Madsen is former NSA and on the White House enemy list. What you will find out is that Obama's white grandparents and both of his parents were CIA. Obama is a third generation CIA agent. The popular image of him as a man of the people could not be further from the truth. He is actually more of a CIA man that Bush Jr., but less so than Bush Sr. Bonus points if you can figure out what he did as a covert agent.
Ok, so the Republican-Democrat narrative is dead. Obama is long time CIA just like the Bushes. Both parties are co-opted. Now, what do we do?
I see signs bashing capitalism at the protests. I see talk of the Buffett tax. I see promotion of climate change, socialism, blah blah blah blah.
None of this matters.
What you need to know is that the "Federal Reserve" is actually not a federal institution but rather a PRIVATE bank. Our founding fathers warned us that private central banks are more dangerous to our liberties than standing armies. They were not joking. THEY WERE NOT JOKING. Wall Street is the surface of the picture. You have all lived your entire lives in a country run by a private central bank, precisely the thing that most worried the founding fathers of our nation.
Have you ever wondered why the CIA would run the drugs? Let me explain. The private central bank cartel (aka "Federal Reserve") prints money. In order to keep inflation low in the USA, the CIA takes approximately $500 billion in drug profits off shore each year. The money in circulation in the USA in '08 was only a little over $2 trillion. So the CIA manages to export 25% of the money supply overseas each year, keeping the supply of dollars tight in the USA and the value of the dollar up here.
What happened to set off the revolutions in the Middle East?
The "Federal" Reserve has been printing money like drunken sociopaths for the last three years. The CIA successful exports a lot of these dollars, but inflation is still running at about 15-25% stateside. I know all of you can feel this when you see your grocery bills or fill up your tank.
Overseas, since the CIA dumps money there, they have it much worse. Food prices were going up 100% in a year in places where they spend half of their income on food. People were watching their children go hungry. This is what will happen to you if you don't start educating yourself on economic issues FAST.
Ok, so a private cartel of the form our founding fathers warned us about as being more dangerous to our liberties than a standing army is printing like drunken sailors.
What the fuck do we do?
One thing is guaranteed. You won't get anywhere without forcing resignations and criminal arrests. Please do not be suckered by some half-assed stimulus package or more taxes on the "rich."
The real rich, the ones who own the "Federal" Reserve, do not appear on the Times' list. If you think Buffet and Gates are the richest guys in the world, you are not in a position to successfully advocate for useful change.
Arrests are pointless without policy prescriptions though. No need to get Bernanke to resign unless we know what we want the next guy to do differently. I highly recommend that you check out Webster Tarpley's 5 point program on tarpley.net. It isn't good enough to fully mobilize the economy, but it is a good start.
I'll post more in a bit.