posted on Nov, 4 2011 @ 10:12 AM
The paradigm is entrenched. The effort is almost entirely focused on making certain that as few people as possible 'wake up' to the fact that the
entire financial community is engineered to maintain a stranglehold on wealth, that no person can function without depositing something into their
I find it amusing that despite this and other similar instances we STILL accept the rhetoric from partisans about how a good leader MUST be a good
'businessman.' Who "worked hard" for their money.... (their money).... who struggled against the odds and heroically displayed their leadership.....
I haven't met one yet who hasn't been "given" nearly everything they have - or taken everything they could, professing a sense of entitlement the size
of Texas... "look at me!". Then there is the celebrity factor that made it so easy to have the media involved in our political machinery.. because we
need to be "sold" our leaders..... marketing is now a substitute for character and ethics.
And look who runs.... corporate bankers, corporate lawyers, corporate energy cartel members, corporate healthcare cartel members, corporate Insurance
industry insiders, big Pharma, Big Media, Big Aggro, ... and we entertain their viability because they are said to be 'good businessmen.'
Then to make certain the insult is as injurious in retrospect as possible, they proclaim their 'humble' origins... meet behind closed doors, and
secure their commercial interests... all the while explaining how this or that MUST be done because it will save us, our economy or more outrageous
still, our freedom. And who do they meet with? Foreign, transnational, and partisan corporations, parties, and associates.
Does anyone think former governor Corzine is an exceptional case... a proverbial "bad apple in the bunch?' Or can we start finally to openly
acknowledge that the game is not 'for us' and Corzine is just one of the club memebrs? I suppose not.
edit on 4-11-2011 by Maxmars because:
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