Looking for possible Carlyle recruters, well heres your chance;
Not saying the above is Carlyle based, but the odds are pretty good.
Let it be added, by those who feel there is more to be told, what is gathered below is not complete. If you found or know of something else, please
add to this thread. Together we can see through the smoke and mirrors.
I can see it now, the President, one man Commander in Chief, challenged by the vows he swore to uphold, to "support and defend the Constitution".
Much like the soldier has, infact almost word for word since 1884.
Now however, that man is influenced by corporations considered individuals. With an opportunity to lead perhaps the worlds one time greatest nation
into a prosperous glory, he is distracted by those people who financed his appointment to power. They are working together openly seen every day by
the public, or in a private meeting. Or not at all, subtle but known all to well to the president, because he is the one they are going on about.
Alone he holds the scale of balance, he's trapped, being worked by both sides at once. Soon the one man is over whelmed and cannot any longer balance
the scale. He is now a puppet of those companies who once financed the "campaign trail", manipulated by groups with personal interests, only legally
seen as an individual with legal rights, and will not hesitate to express the control of them.
In the beginning, it wasn't percieved as bad. The noose of control wasn't as tightly held. Those scales not over flowing and spilling with the
"...it is now too late for the little people to turn back the tide."
Of course, none of this
trouble started all at once, it took time and many presidents.
How far exactly does all of it go, for all of the information in history and confessions of those involved, it remains in the hands of those it
influences to decide for themselves. Not some group of mega billionares argueing over which nation to invade next. Who here among anyone has the right
to take, more than they give?
In January 2003, Buchanan got involved in the antiwar movement and began researching war profiteering in the Bush administration by way of such
companies as the Carlyle Group...
We are talking in the billions of dollars being skimmed off by insiders like Halliburton.
‘Who owns the government, them (the corporate elite) or us (we the people)?’
What do "5 Admirals, U.C. Regents, Carlyle Group, and Rand", have in common? follow the source to find out.
And the Carlyle Group, a private corporation with vested interests and ties to oil companies...
It is far worse, not one of the "$11 billion Crusader artillery system, which Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld wants to scrap and the Army is
fighting to keep
." havn't even been built, the money is wasted instead of being redirected for troop armor.
Looks like inside laundering, where are the auditors? Just reckless abuse of tax payer money, yet the rich get richer. Now because of
CalPERS Forms Strategic Partnership With Washington
D.C.-Based Carlyle Group
They are deep, useing every thing includeing the FCC
they want to own major television company, now Carlyle is broad cast into every ones homes.
If that isn't enough then maybe this will;
Testimony of Robert E. Grady
. That is some heavy sugar
coating if I've ever seen it. "10 million jobs have been created by companies with less than 500 employees", sounds like unemployment to me,
something that is at it's highest. This guy is like an attorney and politician chimera.
Again there is always the money trail, EDGAR
, always is a
good one to see. Just scroll down a bit and you will see what I mean.
It isn't too late, "government of the people, by the people, for the people" is how the nation runs, not the individual or the one who pays the
most. What is it going to take, where is the line drawn, again that remains in the hands of those it influences to decide for themselves.
Then perhaps then, once again we the people
will remember "United We Stand"
The rest, is not an option.
Let it be known, those who knew, tried.
[edit on 11-2-2005 by ADVISOR]