Who benefits from the Afghan Opium Trade?
It can’t be more in your face. The state is taking ownership of the children. Of course it’s being done “for their own good” like all child abuse, domestic or state-sponsored. Except most parents have a built-in desire to promote their children’s welfare. The state on the other hand, has a larger agenda, which certainly includes social control and population control.
“The power of life and death over what’s left of the American economy and the millions of people who depend on Social Security checks now rests in the hands of twelve bought off officials who will make up the new Super Congress.”
This was aired on fox in march 2001. It’s not proof of anything, just an interesting coincidence. Since several of the 9/11 hijackers turned up alive afterward, my guess is that the planes were in fact piloted by remote control. The technology existed. Good entertainment in any case.
“The American Revolution, in no small part, was a repudiation of the central banking tyranny exported to the New World by the Bank of England. Few legacies have grown more despotic than the consequences of living under the rule of fractional reserve banking. Many good willed conservatives understand that the system is imploding. Some envision a second American Revolution that expels the remnant Tories that have hijacked our Federalism separation of powers form of government. Woefully, the prospects for a States Rights revolt are slim. However, the scenario of a domestic French Revolution style carnage is brewing with every escalation of the pompous arrogance worthy of a Jean-Joseph, marquis de Laborde or the manipulative usury of the House of Rothschild.”
SEC Attorney Reveals that Agency Has Shredded Documents for Decades to Cover Up Wall Street Fraud
The Giant Banks Are ALREADY State-Sponsored … So Why Not Create Public Banks to at Least Share the Gains, Help Out Main Street, and Grow Our Local Economies?
Neoclassical economists do not understand how money is created by the private banking system—despite decades of empirical research to the contrary, they continue to cling to the textbook vision of banks as mere intermediaries between savers and borrowers.
This is bizarre, since as long as 4 decades ago, the actual situation was put very simply by the then Senior Vice President, Federal Reserve Bank of New York, Alan Holmes….