Monday, February 21, 2011

Make It A Real Revolution By Avoiding Co-Option


"Do not bite at the bait of pleasure, till you know there is no hook beneath it."

-Thomas Jefferson (Philosopher Statesman, 1762-1826)

As violence rages in the Middle East, it is important to not get confused. The tremendous courage shown by the people in Tunisia, Egypt, Libya, Bahrain, Yemen, and other places should not be diminished. However, as with anywhere in the world, the globalist tentacles are far-reaching. Infamously, they hijack the pain and suffering of people yearning to be free, only to use the peoples' anger as a means to achieve their own ends.

It is apparent that global non-governmental groups are behind the uprisings in the Middle East. It is well known organizations like Movements.org and others have led protests through social media. Members of the April 6 movement in Egypt attended a symposium in Washington D.C about activism. It is well known that powerful interests like the Bilderbergs, Council on Foreign Relations, Trilateral Commission, Project for A New American Century, and others have been anxiously awaiting the chance to topple the sovereign leaders of various Middle Eastern countries. With this they hope to create the order out of chaos that will be more friendly or not in a position to be unfriendly to the interests of the aggressive state of Israel and their extensive land-grabbing.

"The secret of happiness is freedom, and the secret of freedom, courage."

-Thucydides (Greek Historian, 460-404 B.C)



To the young man with a bloodied bandage in Tahrir Square, none of this covert meddling means anything. To Mohammed Bouazizi, who set himself alight with a can of paint thinner and a match after being shook down and abused by police, it didn't matter if George Soros or Zbiginew Brzezinski were secretly orchestrating the revolution. As for the patriots who fought the police back- some of whom died- they were fighting for freedom. They were not fighting for democracy as the main stream media would like to have you think. They were fighting for the right to be free to improve their standard of living. Mainly, what they are fighting against is the oppression of the large world financial institutions who are the main culprits in orchestrating the devastating inflation in the countries they would not mind seeing erupt.

Therefore, it does not matter as much who is doing the orchestrating as much as it matters how the people think about their newly found freedoms and what actions they take against the chaos being co-opted by the banks, militaries, or governmental organizations of the world. Here are a few suggestions from The National Pulse to stop your revolution from pleasing the global bastards who wish to plunge the entire world into a slave state:

  1. Put the flag down. If your country were so great, you wouldn't be so pissed off and revolting. If your country is anything like the U.S. (and it probably is because of the world monetary system), there is nothing worth saving. Burn the damn thing if you must bring it into the street.

  2. Kick the foreign corporations and banks out of the country.

  3. Gather together a statement such as the Tennis Court Oath. Meet together in the town square and come up with some simple goals that will leave your country for the people who live there. Remember: The tyrant you just ousted is in reality the least of your worries. Try being sovereign as the New World Order stumbles forward and you will find out real quick who hates you very much for being free.
Most of all, make it a revolution. Take control and break away from the international banks, oil companies, and foreign interests that have kept the puppet dictator in power and the people enslaved for so long.

To do this it is extremely important to avoid arguing about things that do not matter or are utter myths. The elite love to pit people against each other and in the confusion, offer up a solution that helps neither party.

For instance, in Wisconsin, both sides are arguing about different sides of the gigantic economic lie. The public workers are wrong because they want the taxpayers to pay for the benefits the public workers decide on collectively. Americans should not pay any tax to the privately-owned Internal Revenue Service for anything. The governor is wrong because he is just enforcing the austerity for the large banks who have raped ALL the people for years. The austerity is designed only to bring the people under greater control by squeezing their standard of living. Why do they argue so passionately? Because both sides actually believe what the Federal Reserve creates out of thin air is money.

It is not money. It is paper, which the Federal Reserve has the nerve to loan to the U.S. Treasury at interest. Nowadays, the paper is being printed in astounding quantities and will soon be hyperinflationary. It would behoove the people to start realizing the source of their pain and quit arguing with each other.


Coming tomorrow: the Sovereign American and what the established order calls "paper terrorism"



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