posted on Aug, 20 2011 @ 01:58 AM
Look at AIG in America. Top executives are still expecting to be paid huge bonuses despite the disastrous performance and virtual collapse of this
company. Only people who have contempt for merit would think they merit any reward in these circumstances. They should be relieved they aren't being
prosecuted and jailed.
Edward Liddy, the AIG chairman, said he could not "attract and retain the best and brightest talent if employees believe that their compensation is
subject to continued and arbitrary adjustment by the US Treasury". Who are these bright talents? The same ones who required a gargantuan bail out by
the taxpayers? You see what happens under the Old World Order - words like "merit" begin to resemble their opposite. The Old World Order continue to
play their game, continue to think they can make fools of the people. They are so used to having their snouts in the trough they cannot imagine a
world where the trough is no longer there.
And what of the response of the Obama government? Larry Summers, the president's chief economic adviser, said: "We are a country of law. There are
contracts. The government cannot just abrogate contracts."
America is the nation whose citizens famously said, "No taxation without representation." Are the citizens of this same nation now going to say that
they will be party to contracts that were drawn up without any consultation with them, in which their interests were not represented? The people now
own AIG in all but name. All contracts that existed before are now automatically rescinded because the people were not involved in drawing them up.
That is what America fought for!