Sunday, March 15, 2009

An Honest Look At The Present

She still is a beautiful reminder. Today she is more a reminder of the chance America blew- the dream to live without restriction of privy. The land where people don't have to "kick up" tribute to a system built to maintain itself instead of the wishes of the people. It has taken a long time to break the will of America. The Founding Fathers, who had lived through similar abuses of government sought to insure the right of the individual from the state as opposed the right of the state against the individual. The late-great U.S., a once great example of non-intervention, has now become the policeman of the world. At home, the nation has legislated a state of nannying the populace to the point where Barack Obama is promising "cradle to grave" education. In a nationalized market, where all possible profit-taking is run through the government, this type of "education" is indoctrination. The progressive ideas espoused by Jefferson and Dewey about public education will no longer exist to give oppotunity but to insure mass ignorance and servitude.

Is it so hard to believe at this point in time, that governments of countries are less responsible for national policy than are a few large corporate forces out to destroy the market freedom of the individual in favor of world domination? This weekend, Treasury Secretary Tom Geithner was in London with a meeting of the G20 encouraging other countries to inflate their own currencies. The fact that this is a possibility for the other members of the G20 should be proof enough that most countries have little to say about the economic steps in their future. Some points to remember:
  • No countries remain on a gold standard.

  • Only Cuba, Syria, Libya, North Korea, and Iran do not have a Rothschild controlled bank.

  • All of the countries listed above have been declared enemies of the United States and press has often encouraged bullying whether it be economic sanctions or threatening military behavior.

Not only is the dollar the reserve currency of the world, but the U.S. is also the strong military arm of the international financiers. The press has worked a most amazing distraction, controlling the debate and shielding the American people from the truth about wars, alliances, state-sponsored terror, and economic violations of the Constitution. This is why David Rockefeller at a Trilateral Commission meeting in 1991 thanked "The Washington Post, The New York Times, Time magazine, and other great publications whose directors attended our meetings and respected the promises of discretion for almost forty years. It would have been impossible for us to develop our plan for the world if we had been subject to the bright lights of publicity during those years. But, the world is now more sophisticated and prepared to march toward a one-world government. The supranational soverignty if an intellectual elite and world bankers is surely preferable to the national auto-determination practiced in past centuries."

This weekend The San Francisco Chronicle filed for bankruptcy. What will happen when the major press organs who refuse to expose the New World Order are insolvent?

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