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George Bush's NWO Speech 10/10/08

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posted on Oct, 11 2008 @ 06:05 AM
Just watched the speech back on youtube. Is it just me who gets the feeling that there is an underlying messeage?
The speech is supposed to be on behalf of the people but when listening it just sounds like he's talking on behalf of the world banking cartels and the bilderberg group.
Oh what a brilliant puppet he turned out to be. Im scared of the coming months and im on the other side of the pond, i cant imagine what you guys in the U S of A are going through.
If i were a citizen though the one thing i would take from this speech is that he dosn't care about the people, there was no compassion, no urgency to help. He just cares about keeping in the elites good books.

posted on Oct, 11 2008 @ 06:17 AM
reply to post by carlitomoore

Could you please post a link or transcript so the rest of us can see it?

posted on Oct, 11 2008 @ 06:39 AM
don't you know? if we take care of his buddies, we're actually taking care of ourselves.

posted on Oct, 11 2008 @ 06:58 AM
Ok, now I'm terrified.

Here is the vid

Ron Paul's response

Crappy, crap, crap!!!


[edit on 11-10-2008 by HypnoAsp]

posted on Oct, 11 2008 @ 06:59 AM

The part where he just walks away is classic...... Just shows that he is actually turning his back on the american people.

He talks about measures to get the economy back on track. What i would like to hear from him is a banking lesson 101.

In his words where does the money come from?

In his words where does the money go too?

In his words who owns all the money?

I predict a very big bloopers reel from that speech!

posted on Oct, 11 2008 @ 07:00 AM
Dont know what happened with the link.... here it is:

posted on Oct, 11 2008 @ 07:01 AM
reply to post by carlitomoore


[edit on 11-10-2008 by The Revealer]

posted on Oct, 11 2008 @ 07:15 AM
Pause it at 5:23 for a real eye opener. npi.

No questions from the press?

That's your "elected" prez you guys.

Are people waking up?


posted on Oct, 11 2008 @ 07:57 AM
Personally, I can't imagine what you guys across the pond (in the UK) are going through...right now.

If there is one trial police state in the western world, it is the UK. Camera, camera, on the wall...

posted on Oct, 11 2008 @ 07:59 AM
Would anyone like to Type out Key phrases or a full transcipt please

Im on dail up and Can't watch the video....

I'm looking on the web now for it as well hopefully its out there.

posted on Oct, 11 2008 @ 08:14 AM
Heres the Transcript: PART 1

THE PRESIDENT: Good morning. Over the past few days, we have witnessed a startling drop in the stock market -- much of it driven by uncertainty and fear. This has been a deeply unsettling period for the American people. Many of our citizens have serious concerns about their retirement accounts, their investments, and their economic well-being.

Here's what the American people need to know: that the United States government is acting; we will continue to act to resolve this crisis and restore stability to our markets. We are a prosperous nation with immense resources and a wide range of tools at our disposal. We're using these tools aggressively.

The fundamental problem is this: As the housing market has declined, banks holding assets related to home mortgages have suffered serious losses. As a result of these losses, many banks lack the capital or the confidence in each other to make new loans. In turn, our system of credit has frozen, which is keeping American businesses from financing their daily transactions -- and creating uncertainty throughout our economy.

This uncertainty has led to anxiety among our people. And that is understandable -- that anxiety can feed anxiety, and that can make it hard to see all that is being done to solve the problem. The federal government has a comprehensive strategy and the tools necessary to address the challenges in our economy. Fellow citizens: We can solve this crisis -- and we will.

Here are the problems we face and the steps we are taking:

posted on Oct, 11 2008 @ 08:16 AM
Heres The Transcript: PART 2

First, key markets are not functioning because there's a lack of liquidity -- the grease necessary to keep the gears of our financial system turning. So the Federal Reserve has injected hundreds of billions of dollars into the system. The Fed has joined with central banks around the world to coordinate a cut in interest rates. This rate cut will allow banks to borrow money more affordably -- and it should help free up additional credit necessary to create jobs, and finance college educations, and help American families meet their daily needs. The Fed has also announced a new program to provide support for the commercial paper market, which is freezing up. As the new program kicks in over the next week or so, it will help revive a key source of short-term financing for American businesses and financial institutions.

Second, some Americans are concerned about whether their money is safe. So the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation and the National Credit Union Administration have significantly expanded the amount of money insured in savings accounts, and checking accounts, and certificates of deposit. That means that if you have up to $250,000 in one of these insured accounts, every penny of that money is safe. The Treasury Department has also acted to restore confidence in a key element of America's financial system by offering government insurance for money market mutual funds.

Thirdly, we are concerned that some investors could take advantage of the crisis to illegally manipulate the stock market. So the Securities and Exchange Commission has launched rigorous enforcement actions to detect fraud and manipulation in the market. The SEC is focused on preventing abusive practices, such as putting out false information to drive down particular stocks for personal gain. Anyone caught engaging in illegal financial activities will be prosecuted.

Fourth, the decline in the housing market has left many Americans struggling to meet their mortgages and are concerned about losing their homes. My administration has launched two initiatives to help responsible borrowers keep their homes. One is called HOPE NOW, and it brings together homeowners and lenders and mortgage servicers, and others to find ways to prevent foreclosure. The other initiative is aimed at making it easier for responsible homeowners to refinance into affordable mortgages insured by the Federal Housing Administration. So far, these programs have helped more than 2 million Americans stay in their home. And the point is this: If you are struggling to meet your mortgage, there are ways that you can get help.

With these actions to help to prevent foreclosures, we're addressing a key problem in the housing market: The supply of homes now exceeds demand. And as a result, home values have declined. Once supply and demand balance out, our housing market will be able to recover -- and that will help our broader economy begin to grow.

Fifth, we've seen that problems in the financial system are not isolated to the United States. They're also affecting other nations around the globe. So we're working closely with partners around the world to ensure that our actions are coordinated and effective. Tomorrow, I'll meet with the finance ministers from our partners in the G7 and the heads of the International Monetary Fund and World Bank. Secretary Paulson will also meet with finance ministers from the world's 20 leading economies. Through these efforts, the world is sending an unmistakable signal: We're in this together, and we'll come through this together.

posted on Oct, 11 2008 @ 08:19 AM

(((I know i could have just posted a link but i really need my post count up so i can send U2U's. Sorry Guys still hope this is useful.)))

And finally, American businesses and consumers are struggling to obtain credit, because banks do not have sufficient capital to make loans. So my administration worked with Congress to quickly pass a $700 billion financial rescue package. This new law authorizes the Treasury Department to use a variety of measures to help bank [sic] rebuild capital -- including buying or insuring troubled assets and purchasing equity of financial institutions. The Department will implement measures that have maximum impact as quickly as possible. Seven hundred billion dollars is a significant amount of money. And as we act, we will do it in a way that is effective.

The plan we are executing is aggressive. It is the right plan. It will take time to have its full impact. It is flexible enough to adapt as the situation changes. And it is big enough to work.

The federal government will continue to take the actions necessary to restore stability to our financial markets and growth to our economy. We have an outstanding economic team carrying out this effort, led by Secretary of the Treasury Hank Paulson, Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke, SEC Chairman Chris Cox, and FDIC Chair Sheila Bair. I thank them and their dedicated teams for their service during this important moment in our country's history.

This is an anxious time, but the American people can be confident in our economic future. We know what the problems are, we have the tools we need to fix them, and we're working swiftly to do so. Our economy is innovative, industrious and resilient because the American people who make up our economy are innovative, industrious and resilient. We all share a determination to solve this problem -- and that is exactly what we're going to do. May God bless you.

posted on Oct, 11 2008 @ 08:28 AM
To me the majority of the blame has fell to the so called short sellers. The intresting for me was the fith point....

I would like to see a list of all the people attending the meetings he talked about and then compare them to a list of attendees of the so called Bilserberg conferences... I wonder how many matches there would be.

In response to an earlier post about the situation in the UK, the Big Brother state is realy coming in to play just lately. CCTV cameras are everywhere, speed CAMERAS are everywhere, traffic wardens are carrying video recoding equpment as are police forces and special teams at sporting venues, and they are so called 'evidence collectors'. Add these to all the cameras on every traffic signal and the autamatic number plate recognition cameras and software the police use to keep track of motorist offenders and are all which connected to a huge central data base......

......there is an overwhelming feeling of loss of privacy. But the problem dosn't seem immediately intense as the one being reported in America.... But the foundations are set for a troubling future.

posted on Oct, 11 2008 @ 05:06 PM
Just been on our news.

US President George W Bush has said the serious global financial crisis demands a serious global response.

Announcing no new policies, Mr Bush said: "We must ensure the actions of one country do not contradict or undermine the actions of another.

"In an interconnected world, no nation will gain by driving down the fortunes of another. We are in this together. We will come through it together."

Following talks with the economic leaders, Mr Bush also pledged co-ordinated action, saying it was serious global crisis which demanded a serious global response.

Speaking in Washington on Saturday, Mr Strauss-Kahn said: "Intensifying solvency concerns about a number of the largest US-based and European financial institutions have pushed the global financial system to the brink of systemic meltdown."

He later told a news conference: "The first co-ordination between advanced countries and the rest of the world is now on track."

Hmmmmmmm one world currency anyone?

posted on Oct, 11 2008 @ 07:45 PM
A New World Order for the people? Coincidental speeches? I doubt it...

Henry Kissinger on the NWO:

Gordon Brown on the NWO:

Bill Clinton on the NWO:

[edit on 10/11/2008 by Illumina]

posted on Oct, 11 2008 @ 08:21 PM
Bush walking away at the end like that was in bad taste. He stands before the podium, reading off a speach written for him then turns and walks away like that. I was not convinced and he sure as heck never looked convinced either. He may as well have stood there and recited a nursery rhyme.

posted on Oct, 11 2008 @ 09:06 PM
reply to post by watchZEITGEISTnow

Wow, that was freaking creepy... It was actually at 5:24

posted on Oct, 11 2008 @ 09:24 PM
Bush had an unusual callousness about him in this one. Doesn't set right.

posted on Oct, 11 2008 @ 09:58 PM
i imagine mine isn't the first anxiety attack right here on ATS.
I'm really freaking out.

by the way, i couldn't help but notice the OBVIOUS arm up bush's ass during that speech.

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