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Discussion in 'Economy' started by Octoldit, Oct 3, 2008.

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    A large part of understanding politics is having insight into how politicians function as actors. Many playing starring in roles designed the convince Americans that it's our interest that they labor in Government. In far too many cases nothing can be further from the truth.

    Conflicts of interest are serious breaches to the rule of law, and a house divided will not stand for long. It's frankly Unconstitutional to use taxpayer money to bail-out wall street. Ever more sobering is to consider where this money actually comes from.

    Are the banks owned by the Government or the Federal Reserve?

    How then does a Government that is in Debt to Communist China and many other nations bail-out anyone...it just does not make any sense!

    Not even mentioned is the enormous debt owed to the very international bankers asking for a free bail out. Is this really about the government going bankrupt and taking the fall instead of the banks? the Fabian tactic of getting the government to co-sign for debt yields the same results of a military takeover. An economic coup is no doubt the underlying agenda here.

    Remember it's only theater watching the senators speak about working in America's best interest. Watch exactly what they do...not what they say is the main focus. To some the Senators and Congressman put on a convincing show, however just watch and see if they still approve a slightly modified bail-out plan. The reality is one nickel of taxpayer money should not be used to bail-out those who have piled enormous debt and inflation on this nation. Credit is the main culprit in the vast pyramid scheme we call our economy. The system is designed for only those at the top, let's just face it. Democracy is theater.

    They will say clever statements such as "the last time they were rushed into a purchase was on a used car lot", these statements only divert ones attention away from the fact that when the acting is over and the curtain goes down they side with the bankers... The Federal Reserve system would not be in place if this were not the case.

    President Lincoln and all the Founding Fathers warned us of the bankers/fed are the greatest internal threat to this nation. No emmy's or Oscar's will be given for the performances of those politcians who have succumb to a agenda based on supporting the economic slave master. Those who financed the Bolshevik revolution along with Stalin, Lenin, Trosky, and 9-11 are making major moves to take-over the American Government.

    The IMF is now becoming more vocal now that the government has been mortgaged away.
    I really hope I'm wrong , however we have just witnessed the forfeiture of our Government.
     
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    Describing this event as as economic coup is spot on.

    Only this is really just another example of that already successful coup d etat of 1913 playing out for us in real time nealy a century after the fact

    Remember the Savings and Loan bail out?

    Another example of the tissue of lies being torn off briefly such that those paying attention can see how obviously this nation is not REALLY either truly an honestly capitalist economy, or more importantly, an honestly democratic republic, either.

    We are basically a nation run by a classist oligarchy where there are two different opposing teams of oiligarchs who are constantly in battle for control over the nation.

    While I often talk about the insiders v the outsiders, that isn't really an accurate description of how the nation's political threater works.

    What national politics really are in this nation is the battle field between two opposing sides of the same class of well heeled insiders.
     
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    Ya but it's so fun to pretend one side is the bad guy and you are the good guy. People ain't gonna give up cheap entertainment like this til they are starving.
     

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