Okay now write the same nasty things about Jim Rogers… oh, wait. Ron Paul, the only non NWO-puppet candidate in 35 years of living on this fucking ball of mud with imbeciles like your sorry ass and all manner of useful idiot has to buzz like an insect in the worst way possible. This is the final revolution. When you have successfully created a populace consisting of slaves who mistakenly think themselves free, when you have systematically so abused the mind of man, from birth to death with junk information and relentless lies, having literally programmed generations of humans, feeding them their “consciousness through a tube” – the war is over. The only thing left to us now is cultural and information-based warfare – the incrementalists have succeeded in creating the Ultimate Politcial Weapon – a zombie army electorate of brainwashed holier-than-thou experts equipped with endless ginned up data sets. People whose idea of rational critique is to string together 4chan memes. Thousands of years of art and culture reduced to “lolumadbro” Meanwhile… Logistical reality is knocking at the door and is ready to throw the author of this piece into the ash bin of history where he belongs.
Is the US Declaration of Independence illegal?
YES – AND WE ARE GODDAMN PROUD OF IT – NOW GET THE HELL OFF MY PROPERTY
adolescent obscurantism by pretend enlightened douche bagels effectively discharging what is otherwise a schema to bring about a global tax on all human activity payable to a world central bank run by malthusian eugenicists
(he looks funny kekekeke – this is why the world is broken, people dont care what you have to say, they care how you look.)
lets just cleverly edit reality so we have a real-time memory hole culture that recursively migrates ideas into the timespace loop, we can edit videos to make anything look like anything, lets USE THAT!
cultural SOLVENT – and after enough of it you have merely a slurry, a broken-down liquid byproduct ready to be slurped up by some lord of the flies
these guys need to climb down out of the faggotree and join the rest of us in the real world
we are on a hamster wheel all right
a hamster wheel 14k years in diameter
where the potential of our species is squandered because a tiny handful of elites dominates the planet we all live on.
“you see average morons know theres more goin on than what you cover in your 16 points, you set up the straw man, make me say “aww man, you must be smokin on some real good joints.” – payze duez
what do you think NORTHCOM is for dude? why do you think the police has been federalized and turned into an army? look at the baseline statistics on war expense, we are a NWO hijacked nation and have been used as the NWOs pitbull for almost a century… the rise of PMCs and groups like Blackwater et al. should really drive home the point in the baseline figures on war expense – but of course this is like the business world, endless front companies, holding groups and subsidiaries – endless derivative financial instruments etc. – the plebs are being used as a political football and an excuse for more police state, genuine dissent is being channeled into dead ends so that it cannot produce political momentum or, if it does produce political momentum, that force vector can be roped in and aligned for vertical integration within one or the other polarity of the false political paradigm – a paradigm engineered for precisely this effect and reinforced by a corporate media. system, a hijacked fourth estate, where even the so-called alternative media is merely a subsidiary of Halliburton.
You and I are not in the Big Club
Several instances have popped up on my radar screen in recent months/years, painting a detailed digital image (eventually) of the onset of the “my chip says UNTOUCHABLE”, They Live reality of our world today, in this grim year of our lord, two thousand and forever. [of course, i also somewhat repudiate carlin for discharging peoples political will and getting them to think that political activity is meaningless. (i see that in some people who ascribe to his world view quite a bit)]
YOU GET LESS AND WILL LIKE IT
Netflix recently overhauled their entire site, taking away massive functionality. The user-base was up in arms and the Mgmt. don’t give two shits.
Skype doesn’t minimize to your system tray in Windows 7, and the decision makers couldn’t care less.
And the latest blip is StumbleUpon who took a collective shit in their user-base’s mouth, announcing that, after having bought back the Company, they are interested in turning it into a meta-feed that vertically integrates better with other synergistic emergences of my cock. Effectively turning a great idea into a steaming pile of dog crap that already exists and is done better, (its called delicious, shitbags).
[im not gonna put links in here for this stuff, you either get this and care or you dont and dont.]
Well guess what you, on-board-for-the-big-win corporations, who have systematically undermined and sold out western civilization, liberty, individual choice, individual sovereignty – all of you who outsourced the country and in-sourced the ideologies – all of you scoundrels who stand out there taking a shit instead of making a call, pouring endlessly engineered cultural solvent down people’s throats for centuries – we don’t want to eat your shit.
Now, you are saying to me” Josh, these are minor incidents and first world problems, what basis for citing such examples do you really have? How is Netflix the New World Order… I mean Seriously!” – and I get it. I really do get it, I used to fuckin be you man, its like looking in a mirror.
If you only knew how you’ve been used, used as a weapon to destroy the very things you love. Used and used up like some cheap crack whore, and ultimately cast into a charnel pit with as much consideration as that basic existence requires of the civilization around it.
Well my name is not Candide for No reason, I will tilt at windmills until there is resonance.
You live on a planet that is owned and run by a tiny handful of people.
These people see themselves as vastly superior and do not (cannot) appreciate the potential of every human being born.
They do not care about your contribution, you are fuel in their furnace and a steak on their table – to think else is delusion and madness.
The cows didn’t all die, we didn’t run out of coal or wood, everyone wasn’t slaughtered by jackals. We didn’t forget how to make things.
Today life is not only cheap it is WORTHLESS – unless your chip says “don’t touch”.
Its like the planet is one big high school and the cool kids want to exterminate everyone who isn’t part of their clique – its really that absurd and cheesy. And the day it becomes technically possible and the transhumanists have their way, if you are still around it will be as a genuine cog in some grand thx-1138 machine and little else (if you are lucky).
Well this is a whiff of that, here, in the western world, in the upper layer of convenience culture.
This isn’t a decision ultimately motivated by money, the crisis was engineered to produce the level of desperation such that conditioning measures would be possible.
But just tell me there is a child starving somewhere, as if I didn’t care and didn’t address it myself, as if a pillar of my philosophy isn’t the feeling in my guts I get when I look at an Iraqi baby deformed by Depleted Uranium – explain it all away.
That’s what you are programmed to do, I forgive that.
Go along to get along, I get it.
Don’t walk out and walk away, don’t leave – kneeling is preferable to destruction.
You have no choice and the entire situation has been constructed to demoralize you, PRECISELY like this.
No – don’t think it, that the Depleted Uranium and Netflix not giving a fuck and the world being run by elite thieves is all one thing… its not all one real-time phenomenology that can be mapped and explained to others… Don’t bother pulling anyone out of the Matrix or arming them for cultural/information war when they are out – After all… they will just want to be put back in after awhile right?
There are no heroes. Heroism is impossible today. (this is what they want you to believe)
Media and Information, News – these things are fundamental to the structure of a constitutional republic, their nature and quality is EVERYTHING when it comes to producing the Jeffersonian Culture of which I so often speak.
“a gaze from above would reveal couch bound inmates that hardly notice the renovations being done to their prison.
once they realize what they have given up it will be too late to refuse the walls they unwittingly helped build around themselves
all thoughts and plans of escape will be merely tormenting,fantastic dreams”
ive always been floored by the my pet goat (hello people!?) classroom video, if this isnt some kind of use of kids to generate or amplify the power of the ritualistic murder of 3k americans, i will eat my hat!
JEscamilla is of course a ufologist and I do not endorse his other work
but it often takes a fringer to cut through some of the esoterica that always surrounds a NWO op like 911
hopey changey hope?
not ending in the oppressed coming to power through political activity?
hate to say it, but unless this all ends with several of you holding power in elected office
feels like a Western Spring, precisely as Biden et al. called for – and u know its fucked when they let Biden throw the chum in the water haha
never have i wanted to be wrong more
EMMANUEL GOLDSTEIN IS OUR ENEMY
WE HAVE ALWAYS BEEN AT WAR WITH EASTASIA
WE HAVE NEVER BEEN AT WAR WITH EASTASIA
2 + 2 = 5 and if you say otherwise you are with the al-qaeda’s
Panic of the Plutocrats
By PAUL KRUGMAN
Published: October 9, 2011
It remains to be seen whether the Occupy Wall Street protests will change America’s direction. Yet the protests have already elicited a remarkably hysterical reaction from Wall Street, the super-rich in general, and politicians and pundits who reliably serve the interests of the wealthiest hundredth of a percent.
And this reaction tells you something important — namely, that the extremists threatening American values are what F.D.R. called “economic royalists,” not the people camping in Zuccotti Park.
Consider first how Republican politicians have portrayed the modest-sized if growing demonstrations, which have involved some confrontations with the police — confrontations that seem to have involved a lot of police overreaction — but nothing one could call a riot. And there has in fact been nothing so far to match the behavior of Tea Party crowds in the summer of 2009.
Nonetheless, Eric Cantor, the House majority leader, has denounced “mobs” and “the pitting of Americans against Americans.” The G.O.P. presidential candidates have weighed in, with Mitt Romney accusing the protesters of waging “class warfare,” while Herman Cain calls them “anti-American.” My favorite, however, is Senator Rand Paul, who for some reason worries that the protesters will start seizing iPads, because they believe rich people don’t deserve to have them.
Michael Bloomberg, New York’s mayor and a financial-industry titan in his own right, was a bit more moderate, but still accused the protesters of trying to “take the jobs away from people working in this city,” a statement that bears no resemblance to the movement’s actual goals.
And if you were listening to talking heads on CNBC, you learned that the protesters “let their freak flags fly,” and are “aligned with Lenin.”
The way to understand all of this is to realize that it’s part of a broader syndrome, in which wealthy Americans who benefit hugely from a system rigged in their favor react with hysteria to anyone who points out just how rigged the system is.
Last year, you may recall, a number of financial-industry barons went wild over very mild criticism from President Obama. They denounced Mr. Obama as being almost a socialist for endorsing the so-called Volcker rule, which would simply prohibit banks backed by federal guarantees from engaging in risky speculation. And as for their reaction to proposals to close a loophole that lets some of them pay remarkably low taxes — well, Stephen Schwarzman, chairman of the Blackstone Group, compared it to Hitler’s invasion of Poland.
And then there’s the campaign of character assassination against Elizabeth Warren, the financial reformer now running for the Senate in Massachusetts. Not long ago a YouTube video of Ms. Warren making an eloquent, down-to-earth case for taxes on the rich went viral. Nothing about what she said was radical — it was no more than a modern riff on Oliver Wendell Holmes’s famous dictum that “Taxes are what we pay for civilized society.”
But listening to the reliable defenders of the wealthy, you’d think that Ms. Warren was the second coming of Leon Trotsky. George Will declared that she has a “collectivist agenda,” that she believes that “individualism is a chimera.” And Rush Limbaugh called her “a parasite who hates her host. Willing to destroy the host while she sucks the life out of it.”
What’s going on here? The answer, surely, is that Wall Street’s Masters of the Universe realize, deep down, how morally indefensible their position is. They’re not John Galt; they’re not even Steve Jobs. They’re people who got rich by peddling complex financial schemes that, far from delivering clear benefits to the American people, helped push us into a crisis whose aftereffects continue to blight the lives of tens of millions of their fellow citizens.
Yet they have paid no price. Their institutions were bailed out by taxpayers, with few strings attached. They continue to benefit from explicit and implicit federal guarantees — basically, they’re still in a game of heads they win, tails taxpayers lose. And they benefit from tax loopholes that in many cases have people with multimillion-dollar incomes paying lower rates than middle-class families.
This special treatment can’t bear close scrutiny — and therefore, as they see it, there must be no close scrutiny. Anyone who points out the obvious, no matter how calmly and moderately, must be demonized and driven from the stage. In fact, the more reasonable and moderate a critic sounds, the more urgently he or she must be demonized, hence the frantic sliming of Elizabeth Warren.
So who’s really being un-American here? Not the protesters, who are simply trying to get their voices heard. No, the real extremists here are America’s oligarchs, who want to suppress any criticism of the sources of their wealth.
(Hello, I'm a scoundrel.)
viz. the use of phrases like “Republican politicians” and the general way he categorizes his thought/analysis
deliberate misinterpretation of rand paul’s statements and the putting of him in the same paragraph as Cain/Romney = Ron Paul attack
legislation associated with this “Volcker rule” incident was obviously a false positive designed to shore up the very too-big-to-failness that provoked the response in the first place (ordo ab chao baby!)
essentially we have a pro Obama piece by Krugman who is carrying water for the left side of the false paradigm
I could break down the last several paragraphs, making a case about this is honeyed rhetoric meant to shape public perception and ultimately neuter anyone who at least has the strength and conscience to be politically active/minded…
krug really appears to be a hardcore left gatekeeper for the hijacked system
he offers, like chomsky, or hedges for instance, an articulate analysis, incorporating our own Authentic Rhetoric and Analysis about the logistical reality, but only to steer the reader towards some Effectively politically neutral (and ultimately harmless to the NWO superstructure thereby), position or other. (voting for an obama, a romney or perry, etc)
Yglesias tells us that some Occupy Wall Street protesters have picked up Ron Paulish monetary ideas — although some know better. I thought I’d say a word about one particular idea that sounds plausible to some people but is actually quite wrong: banning fractional reserve banking.
I know that’s a popular theme among some Austrians. But it’s actually neither a good idea nor even feasible.
The crucial thing is to understand what banks do. And it’s not mostly about money creation! Instead, what banks are for is helping to improve the tradeoff between returns and liquidity.
That’s a very quaint notion. But were it true there wouldn’t be any such thing as systemic risk!
Simple: If you only loan against actual asset values there is no systemic risk possible; if you get in trouble you simply sell down the assets until you no longer are. Since you’ve never “created money” there’s no systemic risk that can arise. Ever.
Of course this isn’t how it works in the real world today. That’s the “Bailey and Biddle” model from It’s a Wonderful Life, but pretending that we live in that world today is beyond fanciful.
For proof one need only look at the Credit Card in your wallet – or, for that matter, the student loan. If you wish to get more esoteric you can look at the Credit Default Swap.
None of these are backed by capital in today’s banking system, but all should be – dollar for dollar. Why? Because all are claims on something that does not, today, exist!
That is functionally the precise same act as a naked short. You put into circulation that which does not exist “on the come” that it will in the future. In the case of stock that is naked shorted you’re counterfeiting the stock of the corporation in question – you’re representing that you have something to deliver (the stock) but only the company in question has the right to create (by issuance in exchange for capital) that stock.
In the case of naked credit creation unbacked by an asset the bank is effectively naked shorting the currency, betting “on the come” that production will in the future cause the government to issue actual currency with which to make the bet good!
That’s an outrage! It’s also how we get massive asset inflation.
Krugman knows this, of course. After all, he has a Nobel Prize and a PhD, right? He can’t possibly be so ignorant as to claim that banking as currently practiced actually encompasses (mostly) lending against actual assets – that is, liquidity matching for a price – can he?
After all, were this the primary function of banks these days there could never be systemic risk, since lending against assets can’t cause it, as if the person who borrowed doesn’t pay you simply seize the asset and resell it into the market, extinguishing the debt without systemic consequence (the borrower, of course, goes broke by such a process, but that’s the risk of borrowing that which you can’t pay back!)
The claims of charlatans must be matched against the factual record of not only what has occurred before but what threatens to occur now.
PS: This is why I support – strongly – a “One Dollar of Capital” LAW for banks, and why you should too.
“Economics, especially monetary policy, is pure “ZZZZzzzzzz” to most people.”
THIS IS AN ENGINEERED STATE OF AFFAIRS
Just as people have been trained to salivate and bark on command with cliches like “conspiracy theory” etc. when confronted with their enslavement.
but for each human
there is some peculiar issue
some personal thing and by that avenue one may approach even the most abstruse subject
to teach is to make the student thirst like one in a desert for truth
nearly four decades of consistent , rigorous analysis and constitutionalism
we are lucky to have a guy like ron paul in a position to be our POTUS
people need to be getting educated and educating others
Jefferson explained this all to us already, about how we need a noble culture that understands what i like to call History 2.0 (or the actual history and nature of events – as opposed to what is “written by the victors”)
the NWO system cannot stand against a savvy populace who is politically aware and active, and from which continually emerge robust candidates.
if every person out ineffectually protesting in front of monolithic buildings
simply registered to vote for Ron Paul in the primaries…
if they would run for office and form robust political organizations or just Communities…
how is street action even conducive to sorting out these technically complex problems?
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