Fort Worth, Texas
- Globally, (Peaceful) mass protests have been surfacing and spreading like wildfire, demonstrating the people of the
world’s dissatisfaction toward the furtherance of corporate owned governmental oligarchies, world banking cartels, and the insatiable ‘lust for
power’ they exhibit in the midst of a global depression.
To highlight just a few:
The Middle East and North Africa have been ablaze with protests, commonly referred to as the Arab Spring, that have been taking place since 18th
To date there have been revolutions in Tunisia and Egypt; a civil war in Libya; civil uprisings in Bahrain, Syria, and Yemen; major protests in
Algeria, Iran, Iraq, Jordan, Morocco, and Oman; and minor protests in Djibouti, Kuwait, Lebanon, Mauritania, Saudi Arabia, and Sudan. The slogan of
the demonstrators in the Arab world has been "The people want to bring down the regime"
The Spanish Student protests, also referred to as the 15-M Movement or the Spanish revolution, are a series ongoing of demonstrations that have been
growing since Sunday, May 15, 2011
This series of protests demands a radical change in Spanish politics, as protesters do not consider themselves to be represented by any
traditional party. The Spanish media has related the protests to the economic crisis, and current protests in the Middle East and North Africa.These
protests were staged close to the local and regional elections, held on May 22. Even though protesters form a heterogeneous and ambiguous group, they
share a strong rejection of the current Spanish two-party system, politicians, and political corruption. The movement's spokespeople define it as "non
a-political, but non-partisan".
On May 25 2011, the Greek version of the “Indignados” movement began demonstrations in many cities across the country.
Greece’s recent history is no stranger to protests either, considering that
On May 5, 2010, a nationwide general strike and demonstrations in major cities took place across Greece as well. These protests were sparked by
plans to cut public spending, such as wages and welfare benefits, and raise taxes as austerity measures in exchange for a €110 billion bail-out,
aimed at solving the 2010-2011 Greek debt crisis. Three people were killed on the May 5 protests, which was one of the largest Greece had seen since
the massive demonstrations which brought down the dictatorship in 1974.
According to wikipedia:
Numerous factors have led to these protests, including dictatorships or absolute monarchy, human rights violations, government corruption
(demonstrated by Wikileaks diplomatic cables) economic decline, unemployment, extreme poverty, and a number of demographic structural factors such as
a large percentage of educated but dissatisfied youth within the population. The catalysts for the revolts in all Northern African and Persian Gulf
countries have been the concentration of wealth in the hands of autocrats in power for decades, insufficient transparency of its redistribution,
corruption, and especially the refusal of the youth to accept the status quo. Increasing food prices and global famine rates have also been a
significant factor, as they involve threats to food security worldwide and prices that approach levels of the 2007–2008 world food price
crisis. Amnesty International singled out Wikileaks release of US diplomatic cables as a catalyst for the revolts.
The growing displeasure of the people (caused by an increasingly “fragile” and worsening economy, corporate sponsored wars, governmental tyranny,
outright despotism, etc.) combined with the current rise of the “aggressive police state” and ongoing loss of personal freedoms; creates the
perfect “powder keg” in which all it will take, will be a single spark… to plunge the World into War.
It won’t be a “world war” the likes of which we have seen before.
As more and more people wake up to the fact that the existing system is designed to keep them down, and keep the self-proclaimed “elite” in power,
the landscape will change. Political positioning and threats of military reprisal, or unsanctioned “Kinetic Military Actions” will become more and
more unacceptable to the masses, and the practice will be challenged. The world population will begin to realize that “war” as we know it, has
simply been an extension of “elitist” politics by violent means.
I believe the people of the world are finally coming to understand that all wars in recent history have been waged; not for humanitarian concerns or
ideological differences, but to be sustainable, not winnable. The overall goal of war has always been about money, resources, and finance.
Who stands to benefit the most from war? Where does the money come from to pay for it all?
Most of us on ATS realize why Switzerland is a neutral country. We know It’s the central headquarters of the world banks.
We understand that globalist, trans-national banking cartels, like the [about as federal as federal express] Federal Reserve, finance the “war
machine”. They loan fiat [fake] currency, at interest, to both sides of the conflict, in pursuit of unimaginable wealth, that they couldn’t
possibly have any need for, except to satisfy their self-serving, sick desire to bring about total global enslavement. The people of the world that
have been asleep are beginning to SEE this as well.
They loan money that isn’t real [doesn’t exist] to both sides of a conflict, to pay defense contractors for disposable equipment [read human life
and machinery] that is designed to be destroyed, in a conflict up they themselves created economically, only to have real “hard currency” paid
back, with interest.
Here's the rub: In the globalists plan to institute world government, they never intended for the populace to realize what is going on. They left out
a contingency plan for "what to do in the event that the world does indeed come together, and as one, they revolt."
When a spark ignites the powder keg, all hell will break loose. There will be coup de’ etat’s galore, and chaos will ensue. The “World
War”that follows, will be a world wide revolution
. It will not be fought government vs. government, but “We, the people” of the world vs.
the corrupt powers that be. Confusion and hysteria will reign
We outnumber them, but ignorance is on their side. It is their ally. It will be an information war, make no mistake. It will be fought in our
neighborhoods, our homes, our schools. and our workplaces. Supply lines will stop, and commerce will grind to a halt.The loss of life will be
It will be hell on earth, to be sure, but eventually it will lead to a new beginning.
It seems like it is human nature to destroy ourselves, and sometimes I wonder if maybe that is as it should be.
if we aren’t moving forward, we are falling down. I hope and pray it wont come to this, but I for one, am not as hopeful as I once was.
edit on 26/5/2011 by Lono1 because: removed an is
edit on 26/5/2011 by Lono1 because: due to being informed the chinese were
not engaged in weekly pro-democracy protests, and in fact are happy as clams, i removed the offending one sentance statement.