reply to post by willydude89
Well, FDR said that there were no coincidences, if something happened in the world it was planned.
But to continue from there... We have to remember that the Federal Reserve - which has caused a lot of this - is a Central Bank, and a privately
owned one at that. ALL the other Central Banks in the world are owned by one family, the Rothschilds. Similarly, when the legislation for the
Federal Reserve and the US Income Tax was written on Jekyl Island it was written by bankers, and Paul Warburg, Rothschilds representative, was on hand
as well. So here is a family which is profiting from the printing of most major country's currency since they lend this currency to the country in
question at interest. This goes on in our country (US) as well,
Additionally, this family has profited extravagantly from lending money to both sides of every war that you or I have ever heard of in recent history.
Indeed the Hessians of Revolutionary War fame was provided and collected for by the very first Rothschild.
Today the same powers that fought to get the Federal Reserve Act in place, and fought against the Glass-Steigel act - which kept this from happening
for so long - are the same powers which worked to remove regulations and repealed the Glass-Steigel act. That is not to say that the same
personalities were involved of course, but corporations live forever, so to speak.
Now to think that a group who has worked long and so successfully to get exactly what they want, and to make exorbitant fortunes for centuries
suddenly dropped the ball and messed up is, with respect, like trying to begin again to believe in the Easter Bunny. This was planned, calculated,
and practiced until they had this honed down to a fine art.
The Republicans caused this by approving George Bush Jr.'s wild spending spree for weapons to rout out the terrorists which we had helped in the
past, and whose family's home George Sr. vacationed at! Boehner, who now opposes the raising of the debt ceiling was actually one of the guys who
voted to allow George Jr.'s blank check mentality. In fact, Bush went so far as to purchase 36 V-class subs. The V-class was designed to hunt
Russian subs - except that there are no more Russian subs. But none of this has been mentioned on the nightly news. The GOP approved the creation of
this debt, and now they don't want to pay for it.
But as Greg Palast (Guardian, Ring of Fire, Air America) posted recently;
Solution: Don't pay the banksters There's another wrong assumption controlling this debate over debt, that the banks, the debt holders, must be
paid. When the bankers and the Chinese and the Saudis lent Bush three trillion dollars for his wild-ass buying party, they were betting, like any
investor, on the good faith of the borrower to pay it back.
So, let Hu Jintao and King Abdullah stick a collection agency on Cantor and the other Republican shirkers. Repossess their limousines or send The Boys
around to remind Cantor what happens when you don't pay what you owe.
He also has some common sense advice for the President.
The President should say to Hu, the Sheik and Goldman-Sachs: "I have identified $3 trillion in Treasury notes issued between 2001 and 2008 which
were lent to fund President Bush's expenditures. Unfortunately, those who borrowed your money don't want to pay it back. You made a bad investment
-- but that's how the free market works. Therefore, I am suspending payments on these Treasury notes until we can round up the deadbeats and make
them live up to their commitments. "As President, I have the Constitutional duty to pay the bills of the Veterans Administration, the Social
Security fund and other vital services already voted and appropriated by Congress. Military pay before banker pay. Get used to it."
Kind of puts it into perspective, huh?
This is not about money. This is about breaking the United States of America, and putting us into a debt slavery whose scope alone makes it
ludicrous. This is the Flim-Flam and one worthy of the George C, Scott movie of the same name.
But all that aside for a moment, let's consider this. None of us had anything to do with this. Our council was not asked. We did not stand to
benefit from it one iota, and the whole thing was based on assigning fictitious value to assets that had no real tangible value. The whole thing is
as bizarre and twisted as a scene from Alice In Wonderland.
Why are we not up in arms like the Greeks or the French? Because we have been dumbed down through our education system since it was created.
Carnegie has spent much more on US education than the US ever has. What does that say? It should speak volumes.
What was Carnegie paying for? Self sufficient men who could fend for themselves in the spirit of our founding generation? Or factory workers?
Carnegie was in steel so these were not even easy factory jobs, these were foundries. True, at the Carnegie-Mellon (Mellon = ALCOA) Institute they
are the top school for robotics right now. And Lo and behold we the factory workers are being phased out in favor of $3 a day workers in the third
world. You can bet your bottom dollar when the robotics is developed enough and in place these replacement workers will be phased out for being too
costly as well.
Is this an accident then? I hardly think so.