reply to post by Saganite
On topic - The whole socialism thing is off the mark...it's Fascism that's being worked in, not socialism. A little socialism is not a bad thing,
people are being fooled.
Whether you call it Fascism or neo-feudalism (the serfs are not allowed to own property) the socialists are definately being conned by the global
Over the last quarter-century, historians have by and large ceased writing about the role of ruling elites in the country's evolution. Or if they
have taken up the subject, they have done so to argue against its salience for grasping the essentials of American political history. Yet there is
something peculiar about this recent intellectual aversion, even if we accept as true the beliefs that democracy, social mobility, and economic
dynamism have long inhibited the congealing of a ruling stratum. This aversion has coincided, after all, with one of the largest and fastest-growing
disparities in the division of income and wealth in American history....Neglecting the powerful had not been characteristic of historical work before
World War II. ” Source
This was certainly intentional.
The Con-game becomes very clear when you look at Maurice Strong
Father of the modern Environmental Movement. In 1970 he lead the UN Conference on the Human Environment and became Executive director of the
environment program of the United Nations from 1971 to 1975. Strong says of himself he is “A socialist in ideology, a capitalist in
methodology.” He is definitely a capitalist with his ties to oil and the World Bank not to mentions several insider trading scams and scandals such
as the AZL Resources lawsuit
Is Maurice Strong a humanitarian concerned with the well being of others?
There is the recent UN food for oil scandal
. The US Molten Metal technology
involving Al Gore, tax payer money, lawsuits
and a House Committee
Not to mention the lawsuit to stop his plans to sell the water
from the Aquifers under his ranch Baca so cheap land in the near by dry areas could be sold at a large profit. He was paid millions not to continue
with his plans.
Hanne, Strong's wife, likes to tell the story of how in 1978, a mystic informed the Strong that "the Baca [ranch] would become the center for a new
planetary order which would evolve from the economic collapse and environmental catastrophes that would sweep the globe in the years to come."
Baca is sitting on not one but three of the best Aquifers in the area, oil and San Luis Valley
in southern Colorado, known as one
of the most productive agricultural areas in the West.
Off topic question. Do you know if this is this true? Has it already been discussed at ATS?
The United States Is In Deep Doodoo
! by Michael Rivero
"...Back during the Johnson administration Charles DeGaulle demanded the United States collateralize the loans owed to France in gold and started
carting out the bullion from the treasury. This caused several other nations to demand the same and President Nixon had to slam the gold window closed
or the treasury would have been emptied, since the United States was even then in debt for more money than the treasury could cover in gold. But
Nixon had to collateralize that debt somehow, and he hit upon the plan of quietly setting aside huge tracts of American land with their mineral rights
in reserve to cover the outstanding debts
It would certainly explain why the UN has jurisdiction over the land and why the US government is intent on getting its hand on more land: Productive
farm land through the bogus "food Safety bills" It also explains the timing of the start of the enviromental movement. Maurice Strong was a
director of the Rockefeller foundation and Green Peace and Sierra Club are busy sucking down the Standard Oil Company from the various Rockefeller