The One World Order has not been sleeping lately because of revealing news on the ‘Net about their nefarious dealings. The ‘Powers That Be’ are only making sure their evil works are more out of sight than ever before according to Infowar’s Steve Watson:
New documents have been uncovered that reveal how heads of state of the U.S., Mexico and Canada are beseeching business leaders they privately meet with to launch public relations campaigns in order to counter critics of the secretive Security and Prosperity Partnership of North America (SPP).
The documents detail how corporate representatives have been urged to “humanize” North American integration, promote NAFTA success stories to employees and unions and evolve the harmonization agenda “without fueling protectionism”.
The documentation consists of internal memos from Canada’s Foreign Affairs and Internal Trade ministry, which were obtained by the World Net Daily reporter Jerome Corsi under an Access to Information Act request.
“The text of the undated memo is an internal government summary of the third SPP summit meeting held Aug. 20-21, 2007, in Montebello Quebec,” writes Corsi.
The Information Technology industry is an impressive gear in the One World Order machine due to the information stored on Google’s servers and Microsoft’s monopoly power in the business, military and home industry. It’s no surprise then that Microsoft and Google plan to build more data-centers overseas:
US companies moving data centers overseas
The admission comes amidst US email and Internet companies moving some of their servers overseas. According to a piece in March’s edition of Harper’s Magazine, AT&T, Microsoft and Google all have or plan overseas data centers in an effort by the companies to cut costs.
“Microsoft has announced plans for a data center in Siberia, AT&T has built two in Shanghai, and Dublin has attracted Google and Microsoft,” Harper’s notes.
Americans’ personal data isn’t just email. More and more computer users are storing personal word processing, photographs and other files online through document sharing programs like Google Documents.
“As the functions long performed by personal computers come to be executed by these far-flung data centers,” the magazine writes, “the technology industry has rapturously rebranded the Internet as ‘the cloud.'”
And finally from Kentroversy, a friend of his (Kent) in the fight against the OWO (NWO) is caught in a web of betrayal that could very well cost him his life, so please go here to read about it and listen to the podcast emergency interview.
I’m taking a cue from my buddy Geezer Power (G:) today and letting our good YouTube pal Billybobjoe explain a little bit about the CFR (Council on Foreign Relations), NWO (New World Order), the various politicians from the “Left” and the “Right” and the Rockefeller family’s involvement in the sordid affair.
Time to get your heads out of your collective posteriors people, class is in session!
The CFR and the NWO Part 1
The CFR and the NWO Part 2
The CFR and the NWO Part 3
From Truth News:
As globalist tool John McCain rises to the forefront of the GOP party, it becomes increasingly clear that he will likely head off Hillary Clinton in the general election.
Behind the veil, this fixed-election might be indicated, at least for illustrative purposes, by maximum contributions from globalist kingpins David Rockefeller to Hillary, and from Henry Kissinger to John McCain.
Of course, pockets as deep as a Rockefeller can afford to back all the horses in the race– which, of course, generally happens through CFR and Bilderberg vetting, but perhaps David Rockefeller’s own donation gives away his selected choice for heir. (And all indicators have Hillary taking the crown).
At least two other Rockefellers have thrown money behind Hillary, though several other minor Rockefellers have contributed towards Obama, McCain, Richardson, and Edwards, all of whom are within the CFR-sphere of control as well.
What is the likely-hood that this news was ever broadcast by the corporate media? None you say? Get yourself a cigar! I listen to European news quite a bit and even they haven’t said squat about this. And the Europeans are more knowledgeable about the NWO, Bilderbergs and CFR than Americans are by far! That’s how far this is buried under the rug by the “media”.
I wonder how many Obama supporters realize how much support his campaign has received from the “minor” Rockefellers? None I’ll wager. And if they did know, it’ll be conveniently “ignored”. This is how tainted the American electoral process has become.
My guess is that the next cycle will be a “caretaker” neo-liberal leadership type government for the U.S., i.e., Hillary Clinton, reminiscent of the “gay 1990s” to get people distracted from the past eight year shake-down the neoconmunists just did. The economy may recover some, but be prepared for more North American economic zone integration, (SPP/NAU). And don’t get the idea that Iran is safe either, remember the “no-fly zones”, cruise missile attacks and U.N. sanctions Iraq got during the reign of Clinton 1? 500,000 Iraqi children died during that time I believe.
Of course this is all incumbent on the plans of the NWO leadership and their tool, the Bilderbergs. For now, the shooting war is done.
Next up are the neo-lib banksters and the “vice” to be clamped down to get at the “juice”.
Homeless activist Jane Mercer (R-in group of three people) visits “tent city”, a terminus for the homeless in Ontario, a suburb outside Los Angeles, California December 19, 2007. The noisy, dusty camp sprang up in July with 20 residents and now numbers 200 people, including several children, and is still growing as the region has been hit by the U.S. housing crisis. While no current residents claim to be victims of foreclosure, all agree that “tent city” is a symptom of the wider economic downturn.
This is only the start folks. There will be many, many other tent cities springing up all over the country. Before long, they will become visible slums close to the large cities like Los Angeles. Not to worry though, FEMA and their fearless leader Skeletor will be called in to clean out these tent slums and fill up those Halliburton Camps everyone knows they “don’t” have.
We can take some solace in this, as the dollar plunges more and more houses are foreclosed and abandoned, we can burn the worthless dollars in the fireplaces of the houses we’re squatting in! As long as Skeletor doesn’t come a-knockin’!
Also, anyone notice that the New Orleans City Council are displacing more poor people and tearing down the public housing?
Welcome to the era between the Fall of the American Federal Empire and the formation of the North American Union.
The calculus of living paycheck to paycheck in America is getting harder. What used to last four days might last half that long now. Pay the gas bill, but skip breakfast. Eat less for lunch so the kids can have a healthy dinner.
Across the nation, Americans are increasingly unable to stretch their dollars to the next payday as they juggle higher rent, food and energy bills. It’s starting to affect middle-income working families as well as the poor, and has reached the point of affecting day-to-day calculations of merchants like Wal-Mart Stores Inc. (WMT) (WMT), 7-Eleven Inc. and Family Dollar Stores Inc. (FDO) (FDO)
Food pantries, which distribute foodstuffs to the needy, are reporting severe shortages and reduced government funding at the very time that they are seeing a surge of new people seeking their help.
While economists debate whether the country is headed for a recession, some say the financial stress is already the worst since the last downturn at the start of this decade.
(AP) Marcia Watkis, far left, a volunteer at the Bedstuy Campaign Against Hunger, a food pantry that…
From Family Dollar to Wal-Mart, merchants have adjusted their product mix and pricing accordingly. Sales data show a marked and more prolonged drop in spending in the days before shoppers get their paychecks, when they buy only the barest essentials before splurging around payday.
“It’s pretty pronounced,” said Kiley Rawlins, a spokeswoman at Family Dollar. “It seems like to us, customers are running out of food products, paper towels sooner in the month.”
Wal-Mart, the world’s largest retailer, said the imbalance in spending before and after payday in July was the biggest it has ever seen, though the drop-off wasn’t as steep in August.
And 7-Eleven says its grocery sales have jumped 12-13 percent over the past year, compared with only slight increases for non-necessities like gloves and toys. Shoppers can’t afford to load up at the supermarket and are going to the most convenient places to buy emergency food items like milk and eggs.
“It even costs more to get the basics like soap and laundry detergent,” said Michelle Grassia, who lives with her husband and three teenage children in the Bedford-Stuyvesant section of Brooklyn, N.Y.
(AP) Marta Zepeda an employee at a 7-Eleven store stocks the shelves at the store in downtown Los…
Her husband’s check from his job at a grocery store used to last four days. “Now, it lasts only two,” she said.
To make up the difference, Grassia buys one gallon of milk a week instead of three. She sometimes skips breakfast and lunch to make sure there’s enough food for her children. She cooks with a hot plate because gas is too expensive. And she depends more than ever on the bags of free vegetables and powdered milk from a local food pantry.
I know this situation upclose and personal. There have been times, especially when being on disability on and off from heart surgeries and recovering from epileptic seizures in recent years. In the good ol’ USA anymore when counties are cutting back on services to the poor, companies moving overseas to pay slave wages and remaining companies telling employees “take what we pay ya, or hit the streets” ( except for executives of course), living paycheck to paycheck is definitely a challenge. The working poor and lower-middle class in this country aren’t running an increasing debt load just to buy extra “goodies” like stereos, HDTVs, computers and iPods. They’re running a debt just to pay the bills and eat. And I’m not even touching on expenses like car repairs, car insurance or any of that sh*t.
The proof is in the pudding of this article. Bu$hco has almost singlehandedly destroyed the greatest republic in Western History in just seven short years. Once this nation is destroyed economically, the path will be cleared for the neoliberal agenda of creation of the North American Union.
Thus the next phase of the NWO plan of Global Dominance will be complete.
From Steve Watson at InfoWars:
Alex Jones was joined on air yesterday by investigative journalist, economic expert and Harvard Doctor of Political Science Jerome Corsi for an in depth discussion on the state of the economy and the engineered decline towards regionalization and a globalized monetary system.
Corsi warned that the crisis in the stock market we are currently witnessing is simply the tip of the iceberg and part of an overall meltdown that represents a gutting of the United States by neo-mercantilist institutions bent on the formation of a new global monopoly.
“We’re gonna go through Stagflation, which is basically stagnation and inflation. We are already in a recession, it just hasn’t been publicly declared yet. I think it will deepen through the rest of 2007 into 2008. Corsi stated.
“It’s going to last several years, it’s largely because we’ve lost so much of the manufacturing to China, even when our currency tanks, there are no exports we are producing anymore that will gain. The currency is gone, it is being sold off very quietly, worldwide, by the oil producing states, by China, the Euro is increasingly becoming our foreign exchange reserve currency.
The primary indices of inflation have been taken out of the indexes, food is not in and neither is energy prices. These two are going up hugely right now and are going to continue to go up.”
Corsi warned that this is going to be the formula for producing the Amero, a continental solution to the tanking of the Dollar.
I have posted several times under the old Tin Foil title several times about the likely possibility that a crashed U.S. economy would usher in the Amero as the only solution to the years long recession/depression that will surely come. Don’t take my word for this, I’m not an economist. Harvard professor of economics and political science Jerome Corsi can explain it better than I can.
Dr. Corsi Interview
The Security and Prosperity Partnership of North America, The North American Union in Swaddling Clothes
I have posted many articles and comments about the coming North American Union since I started blogging. So far none of which have been very flattering. The following is an essay from a young Canadian’s take on the NAU and the sneaky way it’s been forced down our collective throats:
As a young person in Canada, who wants to live in a free, democratic country, where I have embedded rights and freedoms, I feel that there is nothing more important right now than to find out and spread information regarding the Security and Prosperity Partnership of North America (SPP), which was signed into agreement by the Liberal government in 2005, under then Prime Minister Paul Martin, with President Bush and then-Mexican President Vicente Fox. This agreement was signed shortly after the creation of the Independent Task Force on the Future of North America. This task force is a tri-national grouping of think tanks and interest groups, represented in the United States by the Council on Foreign Relations (CFR), in Mexico by the Mexican Council on Foreign Relations, and in Canada by the Canadian Council of Chief Executives (CCCE) – formerly known as the Business Council on National Issues (BCNI).
In January of 2003, the CCCE launched the North American Security and Prosperity Initiative, in which they propose 5 key elements:1
1) Reinventing borders
2) Maximizing regulatory efficiencies
3) Negotiation of a comprehensive resource security pact
4) Reinvigorating the North American defence alliance
5) Creating a new institutional framework
In November of 2003, the CCCE wrote up a short document “Paul Martin Urged to take the Lead in Forging a New Vision for North American Cooperation”.2 In this, they literally say, “all of the CCCE’s 150 member CEOs are involved in this ambitious two-year initiative”. This document referred to statements and suggestions made by the President and CEO of the CCCE, Thomas D’Aquino, in saying:
“He urged that Mr. Martin champion the idea of a yearly summit of the leaders of Canada, Mexico and the United States in order to give common economic, social and security issues the priority they deserve in a continental, hemispheric and global context.”
This document was written up before Martin became the Prime Minister, as is also evident by what is listed at the bottom of this same document in naming who the Executive Committee, Chairmen and Vice Chairmen of the CCCE are, among them, “David L. Emerson”.
Clearly, it is evident that Paul Martin was taking the advice of the CCCE, as he appointed Emerson to be his Minister of Energy. After this two-year initiative by the CCCE ended, the “Independent Task Force on the Future of North America” was formed with the CFR in the United States.
A March 14, 2005 statement was released by this task force, titled “Trinational Call for a North American Economic and Security Community by 2010”.3
In this document, released by the task force whose Canadian Co-Chairmen are former Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Finance John P. Manley, as well as Thomas D’Aquino, the President and CEO of the CCCE. One of the American Co-Chairmen from the CFR is Robert Pastor, who also in 2001 wrote a book titled “Toward a North American Community” in which he called for new institutions and “North American policies”, drawing on the successes of the European Union (which was created on the basis of the European Economic Community, later known as the European Community). As well as this, Pastor recommended that our “North American policies” include the areas of “infrastructure and transportation, immigration and customs,” and “a unified currency”.4
In Canada, the top think tanks such as the Fraser Institute and the C.D. Howe Institute are also fully on board for this agenda and process, which they term “deep integration” with the United States and Mexico. The Fraser Institute drew upon this concept that Pastor raised in his book about a “single currency”, in which they published a document titled “The Case for the Amero: The Economics and Politics of a North American Monetary Union”.5
The “Amero” would be the equivalent to the European Union’s “Euro”, and the formation of this would hand over creation and control over the printing and creation of money to a North American “institution”, as opposed to Canadian’s having control over their own currency. Even the Governor of the Bank of Canada, David Dodge, on May 21, 2007, it was reported by the Globe and Mail, had suggested that, “North America could one day embrace a euro-style single currency”.6 7
This is not the first time David Dodge has suggested this either, as on the website of the Bank of Canada, comments made by Dodge to the Couchiching Institute on Public Affairs in August of 2003, discussed “Economic Integration of North America”, in which he stated, “If there was a political decision in Canada to adopt policies of deeper North American integration, would it still make sense for us to keep our own currency? Or should we be thinking about adopting the U.S. dollar as our currency?”8 He further stated, “suppose we were well on our way to achieving a true single market for goods and services, labour, and capital. Then it would be sensible to consider a common currency”.
Well now, we are well on our way into the process of deep integration a mere 4 years later, at which time, according to the Globe and Mail, he is again suggesting this single currency is possible.
The Independent Task Force on the Future of North America’s “Trinational Call for a North American Economic and Security Community by 2010” document made a list of recommendations, including:
* “Build a North American economic and security community by 2010”, of which was stated “the chairs propose a community defined by a common external tariff and an outer security perimeter”.
* “Create the institutions necessary for a North American community”, of which they stated, “The chairs propose annual summit meetings among the three countries and the creation of a North American Advisory Council to prepare for and implement the decisions made at the summits”.
* “Enhance North American competitiveness with a common external tariff”, after which they stated, “the chairs recommend that the three governments negotiate a common external tariff on a sector-by-sector basis at the lowest rate consistent with multilateral obligations”.
* “Develop a border pass for North Americans”, where they state, “The chairs propose a border pass, with biometric indicators, which would allow expedited passage through customs, immigration, and airport security throughout North America”. (Also known as a continental ID Card).
* “Adopt a unified Border Action Plan”, where they state, “First steps should include: harmonized visa and asylum regulations; joint inspection of container traffic entering North American ports; and synchronized screening and tracking of people, goods, and vessels, including integrated “watch” lists. Security cooperation should extend to counterterrorism and law enforcement, and could include the establishment of a trinational threat intelligence center and joint training for law enforcement officials”.
– This correlates with a story that was written by CBC, in which they revealed that, “A Vancouver man has won an out-of-court settlement from the RCMP after an incident in which he says he was illegally searched by an American police officer”, it continued, “Last spring, David Laing was driving on a highway near Hope, B.C., when he was pulled over by a man with a heavy Texas accent,” and that, “The American was a Texas state trooper working with a member of the Hope detachment of the RCMP”. Furthermore, “Seconds later, Laing says a different RCMP officer and Texas trooper stopped his car, decided he was driving under the influence of marijuana, and searched his vehicle and two-year-old son”. It was revealed that, “The Texas state troopers were in B.C. as part of an exchange program with the RCMP”.9
– Not only this incident, but another interesting one, in which “Public Safety Minister Stockwell Day acknowledged Thursday that U.S. agents conduct investigations in Canada”, and that, “Day was responding to a report regarding an internal FBI audit that shows U.S. agents are carrying out investigations without the approval of the Canadian government”, continuing, “It says the FBI has given agents in its Buffalo field office clearance to conduct “routine investigations” up to 50 miles into Canadian territory”. Furthermore, “Day said Canadian security forces work with Canada’s allies, including the U.S, and have agreements in terms of information sharing” and the article further revealed that, “The most recent audit by the Federal Bureau of Investigation’s inspector general, done in 2004, documents the growth of FBI operations in Canada since 2001”, not to mention, “The inspector general’s report documents 135 unapproved FBI crossings and says there is no sign the crossings will stop,” and that “Canadian officials say they have made no protest to the U.S. government about FBI agents operating without permission on Canadian soil.”10
Back to the recommendations of the Independent Task Force, they continue by suggesting to:
* “Develop a North American energy and natural resource security strategy”, under which they state, “Canada and Mexico are the two largest oil exporters to the United States; Canada alone supplies the United States with over 95% of its imported natural gas and 100% of its imported electricity. The three governments should expand and protect energy infrastructure, fully exploit continental reserves, conserve fossil fuels, and reduce emissions”. (emphasis added)
* “Deepen educational ties”, under which they state, “the chairs recommend expanding scholarship and exchange programs, developing Centers for North American Studies in all three countries, and cross-border training programs for school teachers”.
Just 9 days after the publication of this document, Bush, Martin and Fox signed the Security and Prosperity Partnership of North America (SPP), and released a joint statement, in which they stated their efforts in the ‘agreement’ included to:
* “Implement common border security and bioprotection strategies”;
* “Enhance critical infrastructure protection, and implement a common approach to emergency response”;
* “Implement improvements in aviation and maritime security, combat transnational threats, and enhance intelligence partnerships”;
* “Implement a border facilitation strategy to build capacity and improve the legitimate flow of people and cargo at our shared borders”;
* “Improve productivity through regulatory cooperation”;
* “Promote sectoral collaboration in energy, transportation, financial services, technology, and other areas to facilitate business”;
* “Reduce the costs of trade through the efficient movement of goods and people”;
* “Enhance the stewardship of our environment, create a safer and more reliable food supply while facilitating agricultural trade, and protect our people from disease”.
For the purpose of netiquet, I won’t post the entire essay here, but you get the idea that the Canadians aren’t too happy about getting no say about a North American Union either. Especially the part about having U.S. troops in their country cordoning off a 25-30 km. circle around the meeting spot of the SPP.
Unfortunately, the Canadians seem to be awash in the same ideological Kool-Aid as we Americans are. Or at the very least their corporate owned media are just as compliant.
For the few months I have had my own home on the Blogosphere, I have ranted about things as neoconservative politics, science, science-fiction, UFOS, government coverups and the numero uno topic, The New World Order and it’s smaller brother, The North American Union. Discussing the aforementioned topics label me as a conspiracy theorist extraordinaire and a master tinfoil hat wearer. To these charges I say, guilty.
Before I had my own blog though, I lurked and commented on various sites for five years. I am not a gregarious person by nature and even commenting took a certain nerve on my part. But I didn’t want to be a coward and post any remarks anonymously, so my alter-ego “dad2059” was born. One can call that cowardly as well, but that would include about 75% of the blogosphere. Besides, “anonymous” is ridiculous, everyone uses an alias, except a few people from what I’ve seen. But as I lurked, I learned.
The NWO and the NAU I more or less stumbled across while lurking at some politically liberal sites and after running across Prison Planet one day and read what was there, I happened to post a few responses to these sites I frequented. Needless to say the responses to those comments were less than complimentary. If it wasn’t curses placed upon Alex Jones and Steve Watson, my intellect was severely questioned just for reading their site. Not to mention how dare I question the “opposition” party and the democratic process. My, my, my.
Fast forward five years and things have changed. What was considered “tinfoil hat” then is accepted screed on the alternative media now. Has Alex Jones and people such as your’s truly all of a sudden gotten smarter, or is everyone else starting to wake up? Trouble is, it might be too late.
Now there’s quite a bit I don’t agree with Alex Jones on, but they’re too numerous to mention here right now, but let’s just say we agree on the main thing, the New World Order is real and it is not good for the human race. And events are now reaching a cusp point now that indicates that one important component for the formation of a World Government is about to take place, the North American Union.
I’m surprised that my pal the Uber Highwayman hasn’t latched onto this yet, being that this is taking place in Canada, but I’ll help him along here. There’s a big pow-wow to take place August 20 – 21st in Montebello, Quebec of the Security and Prosperity Partnership (SPP). Now to those not familiar with the SPP, it’s an agreement between the United States, Canada and Mexico that was signed in 2005 ensuring that, “…was launched in March of 2005 as a trilateral effort to increase security and enhance prosperity among the United States, Canada and Mexico through greater cooperation and information sharing.”
The security part is what I’m getting to here. Apparently, the U.S. Army is providing security for the meeting of the SPP:
The Security and Prosperity Partnership meeting in Montebello, Quebec on August 20 and 21 is to be policed by American forces, who along with the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) and the Sûreté du Québec (SQ) have already refused to allow the Municipality of Papineauville, which is about six kilometres from Montebello, to rent a community centre
to the Council of Canadians action group who were planning to hold a public forum the night before the confab to express their concerns about the meeting and the issues being discussed.
“It is deplorable that we are being prevented from bringing together a panel of writers, academics and parliamentarians to share their concerns about the Security and Prosperity Partnership with Canadians,” said Brent Patterson, director of organizing with the Council of Canadians. “Meanwhile, six kilometres away, corporate leaders from the United States, Mexico and Canada will have unimpeded access to our political leaders.”
The Council of Canadians has also been told that in addition to the 25km perimeter in Montebello, there will be checkpoints in nearby areas, and vehicles carrying more than five people will be turned back.
It seems that the Canadians are already being subjected to “Show me zee paperz pleeze” ala Nazi and Stalinist technique. It must be quite a shock to some Canadians to learn that their country already has an occupying Army in their midst, but not all:
CAP’s leader said,”Bad enough that our RCMP and the Quebec provincial police force would apply offensive Canadian law to prevent a legitimate meeting of dissenting citizens. Totally untenable that a foreign army assumes jurisdiction on our land. But this we knew from the Binational Planning Agreement begun in 2002 that saw Canada crawl on its belly and permit the USA military to enter our land whenever it deems necessary. “
“Does anyone still believe that our federal leaders have not thrown away our sovereignty ? That from Chretien (Liberal) to Martin (Liberal) to Harper (Conservative), the Prime Ministers of our land have not been committing treason behind closed doors? How otherwise would it be possible that a proud, sovereign, and free nation would see a foreign army on its soil interfering with the right of Canadians to assemble and to speak?”
Canadians are getting a small dose of what the coming of the North American Union is all about. It will be only a matter of time before Americans get a taste as well.
From Global Research:
U.S. Treasury Secretary Henry M. Paulson, Jr., has joined the chorus of those in high places who are warning of a major worldwide economic downturn.
Paulson was quoted at length in a July 23, 2007, article in Fortune by Rik Kirkland entitled, “The Greatest Economic Boom Ever: Enjoy It While It Lasts.” Paulson’s remarks came in the context of assessing the ability of the highly-leveraged equity, hedge, and derivative markets to withstand the shocks to come. He told Fortune in an interview:
“We haven’t had a global financial shock since 1998. I believe that these large and dramatic increases in private pools of capital and in the credit derivatives markets since then have helped manage and disperse risk and make the economy more efficient. When we do have one—and it’s when, not if; that’s not me being negative, it’s just that we’re not going to defy economic gravity—we’ll be seeing for the first time how some of these instruments perform under stress.”
The Fortune article notes that the fate of the global economy depends in large measure on the ability of the U.S. consumer to continue to buy what the rest of the world produces. But, as Fortune indicates, the economic fundamentals continue to move in the wrong direction.
The U.S. current account deficit, they point out, continues to plunge, heading toward the $900 billion mark, almost nine percent of GDP. U.S. household debt as a percentage of personal income has shot up almost thirty-five percent since 2000. While real income stagnates for the U.S. middle class, asset and commodity prices are surging, with gasoline prices leading the way and the Goldman Sachs Commodity Index doubling since 2001. Financing in the business world is increasingly shaky, with loans to companies with “junk” credit ratings soaring from under $50 billion a year in 2001 to over $200 billion in 2006.
So in other words, the economy has to obey the laws of Newtonian physics, “What goes up, must come down.”
No sh*t Sherlock. Everyone in alternative media on the InnerTubes here has known for quite a while now that that the falsely inflated property values and cheap credit allowing people to spend more than what that earn (which is falling by the day) has been fueling this fake “growing” economy. The sub-prime lending bust is just a precursor to further calamities. But our fearless leaders, Bu$hco and Cheneyburton have of course been silent about this:
What are the politicians saying? Both President George W. Bush and Vice President Richard Cheney, who may be hoping to escape in one piece after eight years of economic malpractice, are silent on the subject of a possible downturn.
Why should they say anything, as far as they’re concerned, especially the NWO patsy Bu$h, it’s “mission accomplished”. Having bankrupted the U.S. economy stupendously through wars for oil resources and cutting taxes for his elitist pals, Bu$h has virtually garuanteed that a crash is inevitable.
But what do the potential Presidential candidates have to say about it? Not much:
Also silent, unfortunately, are Republican and Democratic front-runners Rudy Giuliani and Hillary Clinton.
So obsessed with his image of having been in the vicinity of the Twin Towers on September 11, 2001, Giuliani seems blissfully unaware that there is such a thing as an economy.
Though Clinton speaks of the need for economic fairness, she has few concrete proposals for getting us there. She must also bear some degree of association with the failed policies of her husband’s administration which brought us the strong dollar, the dot-com bubble, and NAFTA, all of which led to the bust of 2000-2002 and the outsourcing of huge numbers of U.S. manufacturing jobs.
The only Republican who speaks to broad economic issues is Ron Paul, who has called for the Federal Reserve to be abolished as a step toward financial sanity. We’ll see how Dr. Paul, a long-shot to say the least, fares in the Republican primaries. Party kingmakers are terrified of his rising grassroots support.
On the Democratic side, John Edwards has established his credentials in speaking for the millions of Americans in poverty who have been left out and is broadening his message to include the middle class as well. At the end of a three-day poverty tour to Appalachia, Edwards said in a July 18 speech in Prestonburg, Kentucky, “This cause, this march we’re on, is not just about the poor. Everybody’s at risk. Everybody’s vulnerable.”
Candidate Barak Obama has also discovered the anti-poverty theme, while Congressman Dennis Kucinich has consistently been emphasizing ideas of economic reform while proposing the creation of jobs through such proposals as a Federal Infrastructure Modernization Bank.
I don’t agree with Ron Paul’s economic policies per se, because he advocates no help for the poor and indigent, other than private charities. But I do agree with his stand on abolishing the Federal Reserve System, which he knows is a tool for the NWO and government fascism. His grass-roots support is a surprise for the NWO elites and there’s an extensive campaign to discredit him. It ain’t workin’. But the chances of him getting nominated on the GOPer ticket is zero given that he’s a classic conservative, not a fascist neocon imperialist.
Back on topic, the article’s author offers up a solution to the coming crash and the point of my screed today:
A truly comprehensive program of monetary reform, as I have described in other articles, would provide purchasing power to consumers, businesses, and government at a rate that would match the incredible productivity brought into existence by modern science and technology. This injection of purchasing power, over and above earnings, should no longer be carried out through the unfair and outmoded methodology of bank-created debt.
In other words, there should be enough cash and credit in circulation to purchase what industry can produce, and for people to obtain what they need for a decent life, without our economy constantly having to go deeper and deeper into the red.
To accomplish this, the government can and should make direct cash allocations to individuals without recourse to taxation or borrowing. This infusion of purchasing power is needed because income from jobs cannot keep up with total production when a large portion of industrial earnings is withheld for future innovation, as must be done in today’s technology-rich environment.
For a business entity to remain profitable, it must save and reinvest. These savings are recovered through prices that exceed purchasing power distributed through wages, salaries, and dividends. This leaves a “gap” which today is filled by bank-credit. But it’s the wrong way to run an economy. The gap, which is a normal feature of industrial production, should instead be filled by free government-distributed credit through what has been called a National Dividend.
A National Dividend should not be tied to employment. It should be obvious that as fewer workers are needed to produce more and more goods and services, the benefits of rising productivity can only be realized if the government provides purchasing power to individuals and families whether they are working at the moment or not. Such allocations could be made without inflationary pressures as long as they did not exceed the economy’s producing potential.
Similarly, the system of public finance whereby the banking system creates credit out of nothing in order to lend money back to the government has never made sense. As Thomas Edison and others in U.S. history have pointed out, the government can just as well create and spend interest-free money directly into circulation as was done successfully with the Greenbacks during the nineteenth century.
A comprehensive system of reform measures suitable to today’s conditions would include 1) cancellation of substantial portions of existing debt; 2) direct issuance by the government of a guaranteed basic income/National Dividend that would average at least $12,500 per person per year; 3) direct spending by government on infrastructure improvements; 4) a new system of low-cost credit for consumers and small businesses; 5) abolishment of the Federal Reserve as a bank of issue with its retention only as a financial transaction clearinghouse; and 6) elimination from the capital markets of all bank lending for financial speculation through return to the “real bills” doctrine of lending.
These provisions would acknowledge the awesome power of credit creation as a public utility as provided for by the U.S. Constitution in the section that grants Congress the authority to regulate the money supply. Such a program would also allow a significant reduction in taxation. Day-to-day responsibility should be vested in a Monetary Control Board reporting to the executive branch, as provided for in the model American Monetary Act drafted by the American Monetary Institute.
If I read this correctly, he is advocating direct government income to citizens in order for them to survive economic down-turns and to buy the everyday necessities. Small businesses would also receive direct payment from the government. But what does this plan eerily sound like?
If you said communism, give yourself a reward of your choice. My theory is that in order to accomplish this plan, the economic system has to be totally destroyed first before any of this can be implemented, the whole shooting match has to be done from scratch. Wouldn’t that be an opportune time for the amero to be introduced? Wouldn’t that also be a good time to form an economic zone that encompasses Canada, U.S. and Mexico, because government officials would bloviate the benefits of joining the economies of all of North America to recover from financial ruin?
Am I nuts? Am I a tinfoil hat crazy? You bet. But look around yourself for a change. What do you see?
The European Union summit has left Bilderberg disheartened. It resulted in a “treaty” instead of a European Union “constitution” and the “European anthem” has been discarded. Much of the sovereignty-surrendering elements in the rejected “constitution” remain intact, but the trappings of a “single superstate” are important to Bilderberg.
Member states are telling each other to ratify the treaty by parliaments, not subject them to a popular vote. Voters in France and the Netherlands already rejected the original constitution, and polls throughout Europe show substantial majorities oppose a “constitution.”
Bilderberg is widely covered in Europe, and the public is more aware of its global agenda than in the United States.
Awww, poor Globalists, some nasty nationalists, what few there are, don’t like the Bilderberg’s plans. For shame! At least some Europeans don’t want to be slaves for the Globalist Machine:
“Blair and Brown have signed up to major shifts of power from Britain to the EU,” Hague said. “The government has absolutely no democratic mandate to introduce these major changes without letting the British people have the final decision in a referendum.”
In order to sneak their agenda past the European public, the Bilderbergs want the EU Constitution passed by the various European parliaments (filled with bought and paid for politicians) instead of popular voting. Well, they might get their evil agendas pushed through, but they’ll have to fight for every bit of it. And maybe with a little luck, we can get it stopped! (Rest of article)
I believe I posted this thread earlier last June, but more has been written about the North American Union since then. The St. Louis Post-Dispatch on May 19th of this year was quoted as saying:
“Forget conspiracy theories about JFK’s assassination, black helicopters, Sept. 11, 2001. This is the big one,” the newspaper wrote, adding that a “rumor is sweeping the Internet, radio and magazines, spread by bloggers, broadcasters and writers who cite the ‘proof’ in the writings of a respected American University professor, in a task force put together by the Council on Foreign Relations and in the workings of the Commerce Department. As do many modern rumors, fears of a North American Union began with a few grains of truth and leapt to an unsubstantiated conclusion.”
Well, how do you like that! Us tinfoil hatters leapt to an “unsubtantiated conclusion!” OK big shots, try this on for size:
As it turns out, these “few grains of truth” soon transmutated into a virtual silo of evidence, not that we should expect the St. Louis Post-Dispatch to publish a follow-up. A few days later, on May 24, WorldNetDaily reported: “A powerful think tank [the Center for Strategic & International Studies] chaired by former Sen. Sam Nunn and guided by trustees including Richard Armitage, Zbigniew Brzezinski, Harold Brown, William Cohen and Henry Kissinger, is in the final stages of preparing a report to the White House and U.S. Congress on the benefits of integrating the U.S., Mexico and Canada into one political, economic and security bloc.”
The momentarily defeated “comprehensive immigration reform” bill, i.e., illegal immigrant amnesty, contained “provisions for the acceleration of the Security and Prosperity Partnership, a plan for North American economic and defense integration with remarkable similarities to the CSIS plan,” similar because CSIS, its high profile globalists, and the elite coterie behind the SPP are on the same page, indeed they are working closely in a huddle, determined to reduce North America to a huge slave labor plantation, à la “communist” China.
It’s coming people, do not doubt for a moment that this agenda is just pie in the sky bullsh*t, it is not! It’s not just Americans fighting for the future here, it’s every-f*cking-body on the planet! The evidence is happening all around you right now, if you pay attention to it. And it’s growing less subtle every day. Just look! (Rest of article)
I’m off for the week from my Clark Kent-wage slave-globalist job, so I’m taking the week off from my tinfoil-conspiracy-sci-fi-science rantings here to take care of personal family stuff. I should be back next Sunday or Monday. But don’t be shy, leave any flames, rants, raves and cheers on any recent thread, I’ll be by periodically to check on things.