posted on Sep, 9 2010 @ 10:12 AM
It truly makes me wonder about the wisdom of political appointees running things like the Justice Department, and Department of Commerce, and the
Department of Agriculture, etc. etc.
These actions certainly border on Anti-Trust and Monopolies. How can the corporate government be so good at handing out speeding tickets, and
arresting people for having a few grams of marijuana, claiming both as a threat to safety and security, while standing by as one corporation attempts
to control the entire food supply and chain?
Lawyers, Lobbyists and Graft come to mind, as well as the absurdity of spending billions of tax payer dollars, to guard as against any random threat
at airports where citizens and human beings are treated like common criminals and dogs, but the second most vital ellement to life, food, can be held
hostage in one corporate hand without it raising an eyebrow in the Justice Department and Law Enforcement.
It's all part of a march to one world government, with the corporations and banks aquiring things all over the world slowly merging and consolidating
as they buy out the smaller guy, making one bigger and bigger guy in the process.
The trust the public places in government and politicians is surely misplaced in my humble opinion.