Fed, Treasury Propose the Dissolution of Capitalism

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posted on May, 11 2011 @ 12:33 PM
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This article was put out March 2009, but I just found it and thought it well enough to revisit just in case it was passed over previously.
The article in its complete form is available at: bestmetalresearch.com
Communists are now openly marching in the streets, people are being beaten for having a deferring opinion.
For those who are aware of history, the thought of Brown Shirts come to mind.




posted on May, 11 2011 @ 12:43 PM
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So you support the top 1% of Americans controlling more than 50% of the wealth?

We must balance out the gap(people who work hard should still be rewarded for the work, so not complete income equality) between the rich and poor. And we MUST keep our bill of rights.
maybe add a few rights like the right to privacy.
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posted on May, 11 2011 @ 12:57 PM
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I read that you support the Bill of Rights yet you propose to take away the right of another person to keep their own earned income. So long as the income is earned within the confines of the law that person should never be subject to the redistribution of their earned income to those who did not rightfully earn that money. In any other context outside of socialism that would be a criminal offense known as theft even if the intent is to provide it to others.

The constitution calls for the -general welfare- meaning the well-being of all inhabitants in the country not any specific individuals whether they be rich or poor. Infrastructure, mail, garbage pickup, public water, etc... are all things which benefit the general public thus it is permissible.



posted on May, 11 2011 @ 01:19 PM
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No, I don't think that 1% of the population should have all the money, but I sure as hell don't support communism.
If you do the research, Lenin, Hitler and Musolini were ALL in the pay of the British Secret Service which has been under control of the Banks of London.
If you read the treaty between the US and the King of England in 1783, the King never actually sceded Soveringty over the US and even in the article stated that he WAS King of the United States.
Then there's the matter of the Federal Reserve a wholly owned corporation owned by 5 banks in England and one in the Netherlands.
True Capitalism works. NO FORM of Communism EVER works.
Thanks



posted on May, 11 2011 @ 01:21 PM
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I do support the Constitution and the Bill of Rights. If you notice...I didn't actually write it. I thought it was interesting.
It's odd, I get burned for mentioning deferring opinions and then I get burned when I do.



posted on May, 11 2011 @ 01:35 PM
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I wasn't responding to you I was responding to Ghost375 just scroll up and look.



posted on May, 11 2011 @ 02:27 PM
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Yeah, sorry to butt in. I realized my error after I posted. I will watch closer next time.



posted on May, 11 2011 @ 04:34 PM
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Originally posted by redgreen
reply to post by Ghost375
 

No, I don't think that 1% of the population should have all the money, but I sure as hell don't support communism.
If you do the research, Lenin, Hitler and Musolini were ALL in the pay of the British Secret Service which has been under control of the Banks of London.
If you read the treaty between the US and the King of England in 1783, the King never actually sceded Soveringty over the US and even in the article stated that he WAS King of the United States.
Then there's the matter of the Federal Reserve a wholly owned corporation owned by 5 banks in England and one in the Netherlands.
True Capitalism works. NO FORM of Communism EVER works.
Thanks


I think you need to look at it a little closer. You don't have issue with capitalism, per se. Your issue comes from the corruption that it has allowed. On that we can agree.

Capitalism, in essense, should provide opportunity to all people. The problems come when the media is controlled enough to bury stories and not do their job. and then when lobbyists can buy political cronies to push their agenda (which is profits, not responsibility). Every new executive team to a corporation is nothing more than a group looking for new ways to milk personal wealth from their corporate position. They do this with bonuses.

So we have here 2 separate dynamics that are screwing it all up: the people are not demanding a responsible framework for corporate operation, or better the full out dissolution of the corporate entity (they are not people). And the people not voting with their dollars, choosing instead to vote with their budget. We all know buying Wal Mart crap is not helping our country, but it is cheaper and meets short term household needs better. And it should be well known that Bayer was a Nazi organization as well as giving AIDS to people in AFrica with medicine it knew was contaminated. But people keep buying Bayer products. Perhaps people are, on the whole, sociopathic. Who knows.

It all boils down to The People. Like in the V comic, it is inaction or wrong action by man that has caused mans troubles. Capitalism, communism...they are both tools for an elite few to milk value from the populace. The current movement is for a party of The People. A global party, not a national party, that represents the will of you and I and not the elites and the CIA.
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posted on May, 13 2011 @ 01:22 PM
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A big ABSOLUTELY! You mentioned Corporations. Once upon a time in this country Corporations ran on (I think) a 15 year charter. If during that fifteen years they could not prove that they had been a benefit to the population the charter renewal was disallowed and the corporation was ordered to be disbanded.
But then Senators were appointed and were subject to immediate recall as well.



posted on May, 13 2011 @ 01:27 PM
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Is there a link to the article?

Sorry just now found the web address
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