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Tuesday, November 25, 2008
Monday, November 24, 2008
Did Obama's "economic heavyweights" warn us about this mess?
CHICAGO — President Elect Barack Obama selected a Mr. Defense and a Mr. Offense for his economic team Monday, picking Timothy Geithner as Secretary of the Treasury and Lawrence Summers as director of the National Economic Council.
So, did any of these "heavyweights" warn us about the economic collapse before it became impossible to deny? Of course not, or they wouldn't have been appointed. Their "solutions" will just make things worse, as intended.
Sunday, November 23, 2008
"Islamic terrorist" cartoon-characters goad us to stay the course
The recent statement by Ayman Zawahiri (Al Qaeda's supposed 2nd in command) which insults our new President, and the recent spate of Taliban acid-attacks on Afghan women (supposedly as punishment for attending school) are in my opinion primarily intended to gain our tacit approval ("manufacture consent") for continuing the Satanist reign of terror known as "the war on terror."
Bush capitalizing on his waning opportunities to tell big lies
Topic: Big Lies
LIMA, Peru - President Bush yesterday called on nations to embrace free trade even as turmoil races through the world's markets, and leaders meeting to plan responses to the crisis pledged to avoid protectionism.
"One of the enduring lessons of the Great Depression is that global protectionism is a path to global economic ruin," Bush said at the annual summit of the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation forum, which represents 21 nations, including the United States, China, Japan, and Russia. "We refuse to accept protectionism in the 21st century."
Barf - what Bush is saying is "might makes right - I can stand here and tell such egregious lies because you have no choice but to act as if they're true, unless you want to be disappeared into a free-trade dungeon."
Obama: Hopelessness for "enemy combatants"
Topic: 8th Sphere agenda
I claim that what's actually going on at Gitmo is an experiment in implementing the 8th Sphere agenda, which involves creating such loathing for Earth-life that the victim, upon reincarnating, will opt to take refuge in the 8th Sphere, a spiritual world created by the forces of evil. This would obviously involve creating an utter lack of hope in the victim's mind, and this would require hope to be dashed time and time again. I have seen case after case in which creating hopelessness in these captives appears to have been the motive, such as by having lawyers give them false hope and then turning out to be informants for the Satanist shrinks running Gitmo.
Saturday, November 22, 2008
Congress needs Big 3 collapse to "explain" disappearance of economy
... so, it won't do anything, or enough, to prevent it. The "auto industry," as LaRouche has explained, represents the last vestiges of America's once-mighty industrial economy, and its machine-tool capability to manufacture our way our of real-economic implosion. At some point, we will not be ABLE, regardless of what we do, to prevent a collapse of the real economy, and it is to that end that our "representatives" are dutifully working, using pathetic excuses such as their faith in the "free market" to solve all economic problems. It wasn't long ago, however, that the Big 3 chairmen now being thrown under the bus to protect Felix "the rat" Rohatyn (Synarchist financier, political puppet-master) were considered to be the epitome of "the free market."
LaRouche's solution is to give the Big 3 contracts to manufacture what the economy really needs, such as nuclear power plant and railroad components, and issue sufficient credit to cover the cost. But we COULDN'T do that, because it has been labeled "socialism" by right-wing (fascist sympathizers) talk-show parrots. The fact that this approach is the essence of the American System (which is based on the General Welfare clause of the Preamble of the Constitution), and that it works very well, doesn't matter to these "purists," whose actual, treasonous motives will soon be seen as America degenerates into something resembling Bush's "catastrophic success" in Iraq - with no Rapture in sight.
Thursday, November 20, 2008
A very memorable quote
When, in the near future, the next leg of the financial/economic collapse hits the fan, Congress would do well to remember that "the experts," as of November 19th, had claimed to have "stabilized the financial crisis."
Perhaps then Congress will realize their actual, dark meaning: that they are intentionally causing the crisis with their "bail out" of a bottomless financial boat.
Saturday, November 15, 2008
British puppets' G-20 line: "Protectionism bad"
Fresh from a "catastrophic success" in Iraq, Bush now seeks to repeat a similar or worse catastrophe globally, using "free trade" as his weapon. He, a known war criminal, has the gall to "warn" us of the "dangers" of "protectionism," i.e. the American System of Political Economy. It's as I've said for years: the British and their stooges have militarily targeted those who would have survived the financial collapse, and now that that's accomplished, they have no more use for us, and it's our turn to go to Hades, with Bush acting as Satan's usher, disguised alternately as an expert in the subject matter of his latest script, or as a clown. Rare glimpses of him without these masks, however, reveal a darkness which few can imagine: a monster fully prepared to kill the majority of mankind by lying us into various catastrophes.
His latest script calls for him to denigrate "protectionism," which is in fact what made this country great, despite the lies of British economist-parrots to the contrary. The British have been waging economic warfare on us since colonial days, and this became known as "free trade" when Adam Smith, one of the original British economist-puppets, put his name on a collection of lies and cynically dubbed it The Wealth of Nations. (If truthful, the book would have admitted that it considers land, raw materials and slave labor to be the wealth of nations, and that it properly belongs to the feudal aristocracy.) The Founders and our greatest Presidents knew this, and did what the British regard as evil: they fought back with "protectionism" and "collectivism." Smith's collection of lies is what Bush means by "free market principles," a phrase he uses to give the impression that it's good because principles are supposedly inherently good. It should be clear to everyone by now, after Bush's years of enabling/protecting extreme SRA/Satanism in the guise of a war on terrorism, that his principles, including "free market principles," are evil, regardless of how sincerely he lies or how many crocodile tears he sheds.
Friday, November 14, 2008
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