posted on Oct, 3 2008 @ 01:32 PM
It is with deep sorrow that I commit these words to writing.
The Constitution of our nation has been tossed aside by the investment class, who usurped and overthrew the government oath-bound to represent the
people of our nation. Those of the once-cherished middles-class are now indentured servants of the whims of the financial controllers of the country;
none of which are elected.
The means to control the economy has been surrendered to 'appointed' and private 'corporate' citizens.
The corporate citizen is the last remaining citizen with rights and protection in this country. All other rights and privileges are subject to
I am ashamed for my country and saddened for my children, whom I can now educate in the fashion of a vanquished patriot; as they have demolished the
last hope that the people might still be a relevancy in the conduct of our so-called 'elected' leaders.
I watched in horror as representative after representative publicly 'bought in' to the myth that our well-being as a nation revolves around the
banking industries ability to 'offer' credit to one another; while simultaneously extracting every last possible gain from the transaction -
regardless of law or moral hazard.
I noted the propaganda machine deftly convincing everyone that the initial reaction - flabbergasted exasperation - was uncalled for and a matter of
simply 'not understanding' the immense complexity of the problem. The problem of, by, and for, the Central Banking system doctrine, which has
funneled trillions of dollars from American's and into the pockets of those who by virtue of having designed the system - determined they deserve it
Even here, where ignorance rarely survives the onslaught of our denial, there were those who imagined the 'changes' wrought on the 3-page demand of
the administration and treasury were somehow remedial and rendered the supreme financial authority to an appointee acceptable.
Our Judicial branch lay mute , deaf, and blind to the travesty, adding their silent consent to the destruction of the Constitutional safeguards that
many of our ancestors fought and died for.
Somehow the magic bullet of financial supremacy for the treasury became 'palatable' once the issue of Puerto Rican rum and wooden arrows were
The media and the 'officials' repeatedly glossed over the FDIC coverage increase, and it's single-year life span. They both then and now still
refuse to publicly refer to the $700 Billion dollars as a cap on 'per instance' actions taken by the countries new financial tzar - Tzar Paulson.
They repeatedly fail to mention the oversight in place is both 'after the fact' and powerless to change or modify, regardless of the action.
In that respect they simply turned our economy over to the Fed. The central villain in this entire affair.
But most critical in all this, is that when the crushing blow of reality comes knocking, they will not suffer; for they have served their master well.
They will have protected their investment class and corporate citizens, the one's that have a voice. The rest of us are just 'labor' and
'produce'. Good for wars, and taxing.
And all this comes in the form of a 'rescue'. Do you think they'll thank us, those who actually bear the burden? Or perhaps we will get another
'stimulus' check to spend on foreign goods?
We have met the enemy. We put them there. And we loved them so much, that we are going to do it again.
[edit on 3-10-2008 by Maxmars]