posted on Sep, 25 2008 @ 08:22 AM
Tired, and somewhat irritated, I once again impose upon our little community to endure one of my verbose diatribes.
This thread dabbles in a number of aspects of this beautifully orchestrated gambit to concentrate wealth and power. But the question on the issue of
guilt attracted me most.
Some evidently emotionally conjoined with the media/party paradigm continue to address the cause to the ever-present partisanship flavor which is
transient and illusory.
Many might disagree that this is 'orchestrated' at all. Some honestly believe that we, as a people, can avert the coming financial overhaul that
will in inevitably be needed to restore some semblance of normalcy to the American economy. Others would accept, to coin a phrase, "the avalanche
has begun, it is too late for the pebbles to vote." Meaning, the forces set in motion when the corporate machine became inextricably entwined in
governing the country are beyond the scope of 'committees' to address.
Who's fault is it? Well, suppose we consider this; in the American form of government, where the people installed checks-and-balances, and required
servant s to take oaths to serve the interests of the population, there were MANY opportunities to address and react to this situation - AS IT WAS
DEVELOPING. Our elected officials, and there sanctioned appointees, were all responsible.
At the end of the day however, all the pieces and every stratagem invoked, was under the watchful eye of one person. One decider, one commander in
chief. Yes, our President, at all times, was intended to be the one who stood as our ultimate recourse, our last standing soldier, devoted to the
defense of the many, from ALL enemies, ALL opposing forces, ALL who would diminish America's Union, regardless of who or what they are.
But we don't have an ally in that office. We have someone who's loyalty appears to be focused on the continuation of the corporate overcoat the
government now wears. The last truly committed presidents to timidly or courageously confront this century old conspiracy were first opposed by those
who's job it was be our 'watchful eye', the press. Then they were internally assaulted by the social elite culture inside the halls of power,
marginalized, or maligned, or simply manipulating events to minimize resistance. Finally, apparently were even confronted with deadly force.
The lack of transparency in government is most frequently packaged and sold to our representatives as protecting commercial trade, and for the more
gullible, national secrets.
In the end, only the President would have been able to confront the issue, bring it forward, and divulge the real truth to the American people. How
this has not occurred meaningfully in the past is testimony to the corporate machine and it's agenda.
Sorry, I know Bush didn't institute the policies which exacerbated the endless greed of the financial masters in this country. I know he alone,
could not have swayed the corporately-masterminded policies and government processes that allowed this to happen. I know that neither he, nor the
Clinton regime, nor the actor-president Regan's regime, nor Nixon's regime, nor any others could have simply eliminated the threat of the
transnational corporate financial masters.
Nevertheless, we did not vote them in the office to do so. We voted them into office to take responsibility, to fight for us, even if they lose, even
if they appear the fool, even if they are forever shunned by the political elite base. The oath is clear and simple: Defend and protect the
It is a simple charge.
Where did that come into play here? Who defended the Constitution last? Who offered up their political 'juice' to fight the actual 'good
Knowing how the mechanics of the FED and it's policies work, knowing how the SEC and the congress simply 'watched' and did nothing for years on
end, how can they unashamedly contend that 'theyr are doing something about it now?"
The so-called congress and Senate are NOT gathering to determine whether or not the 'bailout' is appropriate or in our best interest. That
is what the media will tell you, and that is the 'show' they will put on. THE REAL REASON is to try and figure out how to PASS IT DESPITE the
glaring reality that the beneficiaries are exclusively those who gambled other people's money away. The investment class, the elite, the base of
both parties. That they all want to do this 'painlessly' is there goal. And when I say painlessly, I mean for them, because our economic situation
is not a factor, only their sponsors' and their own. They've seen this coming since months ago (at least) and continued the 'economy is sound'
game, believing it would be someone else's problem. The real problem is that the Market is smarter than all of them, and will be resistant to their
games as much as the planet resists our ever-increasing efforts to 'control' it.