Monday, October 17, 2011

Protest Manipulation: The Tactic of the Criminal Elite

            
Primitivo:  "But are there not many fascists in your country?"


Robert Jordan:  "There are many who do not know they are fascists but will find it out when the time comes."


- excerpt from For Whom The Bell Tolls, by Ernest Hemingway


Construction With Boiled Beans (A Prelude To Civil War) by Salvador Dali (1936)

"In politics ... the first thing is to continue to exist."


- Agustin to Robert Jordan, Chapter 23, For Whom The Bell Tolls

The "Occupation of the World"

Few people would deny something is seriously wrong with the world today.  The entire world is at war or threatened by it.  Economic terrorists have been allowed to print money at will to fund their aggression and consolidate land grabs.  Everyone is involved as there is no other path to survival other than through the sinews of the war machine/ police state.  Everyone must bow and none have figured out an escape route.  Those who try are immediately identified and crushed as chaos and misinformation lead the way.   


The Occupation of Wall Street has been going on for a month.  Three years late, the protests have gone worldwide with the help of globalist think tanks, all funded by the Federal Reserve's paper money machine.  Many of the protesters are unaware of the manipulation of their anger.  Though the protesters' determination is real, their zeal for justice will be led astray by disguised conformists in their midst.  It is simply dizzying to record the number of think tanks and elitist douche bags that have thrown their support behind the movement.  If you think you are in a movement for human freedom and the Chinese state reacts positively to the display of populist disgust, the proper thing to do is go home and think of a new protest tactic.  The same goes for Barack Obama, Al GoreBill Clinton, and the Hollywood sycophants; if they claim to be on your side, the movement is about to be seriously manipulated into an even stiffer tyranny.


The Occupiers in New York mustered up a declaration of demands.  Not surprisingly, their petition for the Redress of Grievances and Action included some telling statements, more purposeful than naive.  The protesters want free and fair elections.  The protesters want to make sure ALL people have to pay taxes.  They want a "jobs" bill.  They want the Environmental Protection Agency to clamp down on environmental abuses.  They want student loan relief.


Instead of addressing some real grievances, like war and printing money out of thin air, the protesters are offering more fuel at the elite's feet; confusing people by supporting the myths that the phony world created by the Federal Reserve's fiat money is real and not an arbitrary illusion created as a means to an end.  Student loan relief?  What in the world did you go to school for, to be an excellent slave?


There is much more at stake than student loan debt or tax fairness.  Human freedom is at stake and the elite plantation owners will not be defeated without confusing and destroying the entire world.  If the elite cannot control the world, they will try to destroy prosperity wherever it exists until they are able to capitalize on the confusion they have created. 

"We have become too civilized to grasp the obvious. For the truth is very simple. To survive you often have to fight, and to fight you have to dirty yourself. War is evil, and it is often the lesser evil. Those who take the sword perish by the sword, and those who don't take the sword perish by smelly diseases. The fact that such a platitude is worth writing down shows what the years of rentier capitalism have done to us." 

-  George Orwell, Looking Back on the Spanish Civil War 

    

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