Tuesday, February 16, 2010
Tick, Tock, Tick, Tock
"It is not disbelief that is dangerous to our society, it is belief."
-George Bernard Shaw (1856-1950)
The Federal Reserve and the Obama Administration refuse to restore the Constitution and correct the path on which America is traveling. Even The National Pulse's editing team, with their infinite wisdom, cannot pick a for-sure date when the seams will fall completely apart and let freedom spread its wings. The Fed and Administration are in uncharted waters and the stakes are becoming too rich for some. Many lawmakers have decided this to be their last go-round. Evan Bayh became the latest casualty of the populist pressure. He and others have recognized that the anger is real, the policies are incapable of change, and they don't have the testes to install this particular brand of tyranny into practice.
The Administration has to come up with a ploy to install martial law. That is the bottom line. China has stopped buying U.S. debt. Japan will soon follow suit. A drastic drop in the treasury market will spell death for the zombie Federal Reserve Note. Though this will be chaotic and dangerous, the alternatives are far worse. This way, at least, the Federal Reserve will lose all control and have to decide on a course of action. Right now, no one knows what they will do and people with a brain are waiting for the next false flag attack.
The next false flagger won't be easy to pull off. Americans are ready to declare, "Bullshit!" Even the Americans who believe that jet fuel burned the steel beams of the World Trade Centers and caused them to fall into their own footprint will be suspicious this time. (Click here to listen to Alex Jones discuss the manipulation the Tea Partiers and agents like Glenn Beck who steer the crowd into tangential directions at crucial moments in the movement).
What we need to do at this time is protect ourselves. Since the elite really doesn't know what might happen, they are trying to divide people with intellectual peer pressure. In usurpation of the Constitution, the Feds don't need no stinkin' badges. There are 911 Truthers who think 911 was poorly investigated, "birthers" who believe Obama is not an American citizen because he has failed to produce a birth certificate, and now, Tenthers. Apparently, Tenthers are states' rights advocates who are becoming increasingly vocal as the Federal Government is printing too much money and passing totalitarian legislation. The Tenth amendment to the Constitution states: The powers not delegated to the United States by the Constitution, nor prohibited by it to the States, are reserved to the States respectively, or to the people.
The elite and their sycophantic media organs are trying to make thinking Americans out to be on the fringe when they are really the majority. Today, I am putting it on you, the devoted readers, to research this for yourselves. It seems everyday, The National Pulse is proving the case, shutting up detractors, and begging for credibility. Go ahead and believe Newsweek if you still trust the mainstream media. Accoeding to them, there are no conspiracies. Go ahead and be reassured when Newsweek tells you no one would rather see you dead than living in freedom. Heck, March Madness is right around the corner. Curl up your fat ass on the couch with some genetically modified popcorn and pretend it is 1986 when nobody knew any better. It won't make the problem go away. But if it makes you feel better believe it.
People who refuse to wake up from their dream are completely nuts and dumb as the dumbest jackass. The National Pulse isn't nuts. For the outstanding humans that heed the advice of this publication here are some tips for the future:
1.) Buy physical gold.
2.) Plant a garden.
3.) Stockpile food and toiletries.
4.) Clean your gun and buy more ammunition.
Posted by J.S. Liberty at 11:56 AM