Tuesday, May 3, 2011

Bloodlust and American Ignorance



"All our knowledge has its origins in our perceptions."

-Leonardo da Vinci (Artist, 1452-1519)
(pictured above: The White House Staff watches as the assault in Pakistan is carried out) The assault on Bin Laden's compound in Pakistan was not the only assault by the evil cabal hoping to plunge humanity into slavery. Though a group of Navy SEALs did the heavy lifting in Pakistan, the corporate media and the metals traders of J.P. Morgan also had a part in giving the new world order beast a fresh breath. The tyrannical world military force, the CIA, attacked a building in Pakistan covertly, without notifying the Pakistani military. Or maybe they didn't. It doesn't matter anyway, since Bin Laden categorically denied the attacks of September 11th. He had already recognized, having been an asset of the CIA since the Mujahadin's war against the Soviet Union in the 1980's, that the government of the United States had been hijacked by elitists hell bent on a new world order and the subjugation of humanity through a tyrannical monetary system and enforced by a militarized police state.

This announcement by Obama was just another all-out media assault on the minds of Americans. The "Dead Bin Laden" announcement was intended to revive all the misinformation surrounding the attacks (that Osama was the mastermind, there were no explosives inside the Towers, etc.). Without a doubt, the paradigm built upon the Federal Reserve debt note is crumbling. The desperation of the monetary controllers and their political lapdogs is more blatant each day. As more and more people are waking to the destructive nature of the priorities of the global tyrants, the less successful their agenda has been, and the more their violence is turning people off.

"Whoever is winning at the moment will always seem to be invincible."

- George Orwell (Author, 1903-1950)

The assassination of Bin Laden revived all the blood lust, racism, and patriotism back into the ignorant masses the elite play with so often. The people that celebrated the death of bin Laden are the same stiffs that fight their wars, buy their poison food, and pull down their pants at the airport. No subjugation of their freedom is too much in service of what they perceive as their country, their team, their brethren. It is too bad they are so stupid and brainwashed because it forces all who are wise enough to know the monetary system stands in the path of true freedom.

The White House's coy announcement, which pre-empted the ending of Donald Trump's Celebrity Apprentice, also purposely interrupted Sunday Night Baseball in Philadelphia where fans broke into chants of U.S.A!, U.S.A! The National Pulse finds it both striking and scary the enjoyment and excitement people felt over a man's death (see here, here, here, and here).

Watch these idiots scream and yell outside the White House.

Are the wars over? Heck no. Can we relax and enjoy prosperity? Heck no to that, too. In fact, even after bin Laden's death, authorities have called for increased restrictions at sports events.

The White House and their sycophantic press, whom they hosted at the White House Correspondents' Dinner last Saturday (click here for photos), were still collectively drunk with their own importance. What better time to try to bring everyone's psyche back to the destructive agenda, than a story to breathe fresh life into all the giant myths which hold it all together?

In the Asian stock market, the price of silver was severely manipulated before the announcement and dropped almost 10% on news of a man dying.




(the drop is in blue shortly after the Asian markets opened Sunday, May 1)

"If you tell as lie big enough and keep repeating it, people will eventually come to believe it. The lie can only be maintained for such time as the State can shield the people from the political, economic, and military consequences of the lie. It thus becomes vitally important for the State to use all of its powers to repress dissent, for the truth is the mortal enemy of the lie, and thus by extension, the truth is the greatest enemy of the State."

-Joseph Goebbels (Propagandist, 1897-1945)




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