Thursday, June 9, 2011

Flashy Mobs, Criminal Politicians, Police States, Economic Terrorism


"We need a bigger police presence. I don't know, maybe bringing in horses would help. A show of force would stop this nonsense. This does not portend well for the summer."

-Mary McCarthy (Chicago Gold Coast resident interviewed by reporters bout the flash mob of about 20 youths who began pulling people from their cars and taxicabs and forced her doorman to lock the building)

People who live in today's world mustn't lose their heads in the midst of this created, nurtured economic chaos. The despots who have hijacked the world with their tyrannic monetary policy, judicial system, and war/law enforcement machine are attempting to calibrate a controlled economic collapse to steer people into an alternative economy based on nothing but elite central planners' whims. The white collar criminals have used the paper money system to loot and pillage. The paper money system exploited by the Federal Reserve and international bankers has reached the endgame. The only thing the Fed can do is continue to print money into hyperinflation. Truth be told- We are there already, the knowledge just has not hit brain dead Americans who believe everything they see on T.V. Today, the central economic planners are faced with an "all-or-nothing" moment where they must convince the people to change the way they have grown accustomed to live as a response to false flag problems created by the economic central planners.

Last month, Obama gave a speech in El Paso, Texas about illegal immigration and other random out-of-contact-with-any-semblance-of-reality Obama-isms. Most telling were his comments about "massive underground economies" and the future hopes the central economic planners have for not only El Paso, but the entire world. The "massive underground economy" of which Obama speaks is not the insane, costly, failed war on drugs which has killed over 30,000 people since 2007 in Mexico. No- Obama spoke of Ma and Pa ranchers, hoteliers, and restaurant owners in America who have been forced by regulation to cut costs- inevitably, those cuts are jobs that are eliminated, or, even more likely, people are hired that are willing to accept less for the job. After bemoaning illegals being forced to "live in the shadows," and work cash jobs for entrepreneurs looking to cut corners (not pay the IRS), Obama concluded that, "One way to strengthen the immigration system in America so there is no longer a massive underground economy that exploits a cheap labor source while depressing wages for everyone else. I want incomes for middle class families to rise again. [Applause] I want prosperity in this country to widely shared. [Applause] I want everybody to able to reach that American dream. And that's why immigration reform is an economic imperative. It's an economic imperative."

It is always important to notice the idiotic applause by Obamatrons at his pep rallies. So, in other words, Obama's economic concern for illegals is not to deal with the problem the drug cartels in Mexico or even kicking out the people who flood over the borders to escape a worse tyranny in their native country. Reform, according to Obama, would entail amnesty for all illegals, who will then become the next slave class to begin a rebirth of economic prosperity. Obama went on, "Look at Intel, look at Google, look at Yahoo, look at EBay. All those great American companies, all the jobs they've created, everything that has helped us take leadership in the high-tech industry, every one of those was founded by guess who- an immigrant. [Applause]"

How will the central economic cabal of criminals transition into the next stage of financial reform?

"The best way to destroy the capitalist system is to debauch the currency."

-Vladimir Lenin (Communist Leader, 1870-1924)

It is often useful to look at the large urban areas when considering these tyrannic economic trends. People like to live in a city because generally, people enjoy being with each other. Like other sentient beings in nature- honeybees, cattle, horses- humans are largely social beings. They like "the action." For many people, life is also considerably easier in a more populated area. Specialists can specialize in making hot dogs, another pizza; an economic niche for everybody. Especially in the summertime in the city, when the livin' is easy- the way it's supposed to be- it is easy to confuse what is really happening in your own environment, where your people are, what you and they really care about, and who is really pulling the strings making society's trajectory point the wrong way.

Below is the beginning credits of the movie A Bronx Tale, starring Robert de Niro and Chazz Palminteri. The movie is about a boy who grows up near a corner in the Bronx which is controlled by a gangster, Sonny. The opening credits are especially descriptive on the amount of economic action, thriving businesses,that were able to exist in a primarily Italian neighborhood in 1950's New York. In this montage, some of The National Pulse's favorites are the fat guys sitting around betting on stick ball games, the fish vendor's annoyance at the customer's request, and the little kid dropping a pack of firecrackers and laughing at his friends when they ran.

Cashless society? In our neighborhood? Fuhgeddaboutit. Dion and the Belmonts sing their 1958 smash hit I Wonder Why.





Movies like these, about the 1950's and 1960's, especially the ones about gangsters, are interesting to watch and consider monetary policy and how the situation has changed. The Italian mafia, by prosecution at the federal level and local level, has been severely curtailed. The Federal government has instead become everyone's bookee, pimp, slavemaster, tyrant, and loan shark. In Chicago, where the Zionist Banking War Machine delivered Rahm Emanuel as mayor, the new mayor's idea for Chicago's economic prosperity is new casinos- owned by the state. The decision to open up gambling houses in the attempt to achieve prosperity is as laughable as it is decadent and disgusting. It would be nice to put all the politicians that voted in favor of this measure in the fuckin' bathroom...get 'em the fuck in. Put them in the bathroom. Why? Because they are a fucking jinx when it comes to the creation of wealth! The honor code amongst politicians such as these is a product of incremental government policies designed to stifle human action by controlling the currency in the interest of social control.



Below is another clip from A Bronx Tale where the main character "C" is trying to collect $20 bucks from a guy that owes him. Sonny (Chazz Palminteri) offers his advice to the young man.








The Federal Reserve and their buddies won't ever sever ties with those who want no part of the system. Control is the goal of their interest; not wealth. That is also why people will naturally gravitate toward other people as the tightly controlled world economy fails. It is unlikely even a totalitarian state will be able to control everyone, let alone figure out motive- the motive is freedom and the prosperity it entails! (Watch this scene from 1990's Good Fellas in which the main character, Henry Hill (Ray Liotta), explains what the boss, Paulie (Paul Sorvino) was all about.)

Chicago is the latest large city to experience problems in the downtown area with orchestrated chaotic flash mob violence. Fifteen to twenty youths just start hitting people and robbing them and no one knows what to do. The stage is certainly set for a confrontation between the police and youths who have been terrorizing the downtown area's people and stores.



"There is a plan that we're using. It involves patrol officers. It involves the gang unit, and it involves detectives. It involves posting polices officers at locations, choke points where people where people will be flowing into the city in large numbers, and, hopefully, intercepting them as they are coming in. We enhanced that now by adding an undercover compnent to that."



- New Chicago Police Superintendent Garry McCarthy on flash mobs and the police strategy to stop the thefts and violence

Is this the result of a Depression-level economy and natural youth angst? Or is it a targeted covert black operation paid for by agents who wish to speed the City of Big Shoulders into its New World Order police state?



No doubt when these mobs is finally caught they better hope the police are the ones that stop them from ripping the place off or brawling with customers. They better hope they have picked the right situation- one where the owners or tourists have been so de-clawed by the tyrannical state and brainwashed about bullying in school that they won't lock the door and tell every last looter and haymaker-thrower, "Now, yous can't leave."





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