Posted by: jerseyg | June 9, 2010

Austerity Fascism Is Coming And It Will Be Brutal

Welcome to the age of rage – riots and revolutions will be the reaction to the next stage of the new world order

Austerity Fascism Is Coming And It Will Be Brutal 080610top2

Paul Joseph Watson
Tuesday, June 8, 2010

Top historians, social and financial analysts are warning that the draconian austerity measures currently being prepared by governments in the west will cause riots and even revolutions as people react with fury in response to their jobs, savings, basic public services, pensions and welfare money being seized by the financial terrorists who caused the economic collapse in the first place.

British historian Simon Schama is a creature of the establishment and he makes it clear whose side he is on at the end of his recent column for the Bilderberg-controlled Financial Times entitled, The World Teeters on the Brink of a New Age of Rage. However, the fact that he is an elitist at heart only makes Schama’s predications all the more alarming. This is someone on the inside who is painfully aware of the fact that the imminent attempt on behalf of the globalists to enforce so-called “austerity measures” on the people of the west, which in reality is a euphemistic term for the next leg of the new world order, is not just going to cause riots and mass social unrest, but it could even lead to revolution if the elite allow the situation to spiral out of their control.

Schama’s forecast that “we might be on the threshold of an age of rage” is not to be taken lightly. This isn’t coming from Alex Jones, Max Keiser or Gerald Celente, it’s coming directly from a man considered to be Britain’s pre-eminent contemporary historian.

Schama writes that the coming austerity measures, particularly in America where anger “targeted at an elitist federal authority is raging through the US like a fever,” will require “Barack Obama to be more than a head tutor. It will need him to be a warrior of the word every bit as combative as the army of the righteous that believes it has the Constitution on its side, and in its inchoate thrashings, can yet bring down the governance of the American Republic.”

In other words, Obama will have to ditch “misplaced obligations of civility” and become an authoritarian enforcer in order to emerge successful against the rising tide of Constitutionalist rage that will be directed against the coming austerity fascism.

We’ve all seen the numerous videos of protesters in Greece rioting, fighting police, and even firebombing banks and killing people in reaction to the crippling austerity measures imposed by the government in the name of appeasing the mandates of the European Union’s near $1 trillion dollar bailout package. However, the establishment media as a whole has largely failed to identify precisely what those austerity measures are, and more importantly how they will almost undoubtedly lead to massive social dislocation in the UK and the United States when implemented.

The austerity measures currently being considered and indeed implemented in the UK and other European countries, with the United States not too far behind, can be summarized as follows

– Massive cuts to public services that are two or three times larger in size than anything we’ve witnessed since the second world war.

– Both capping of and reduction of salaries for public sector workers that will inevitably lead to huge strikes, bringing whole countries to a standstill for weeks on end, further eviscerating any economic recovery. Public sector workers in France and Spain are already staging large industrial strikes. As we saw in Greece, strikes routinely lead to riots and violence.

– Shocking tax increases that if they mirror previous trends could amount to an astounding 98 per cent tax on all earnings over a low level of income. Such increases would virtually eliminate the middle class because all earnings over around £20,000 ($28,000) would almost entirely go straight to the government. Knowing that such exorbitant hikes would cause millions of people to try to evade tax, thousands of new tax inspectors are being hired to crackdown on evaders. In the United States, 16,000 new IRS agents were recently hired in anticipation of people avoiding massive tax hikes that are in the pipeline, as well as new taxes as a result of Obamacare, which will begin to be implemented in the coming years.

– Cuts in social welfare payments that will devastate the poor if they are already laboring under runaway inflation. The economically deprived will take to the streets with a mind set of nothing to lose if the government handouts they have become dependent on are drastically reduced.

– VAT increases for people who already pay some of the highest income tax levels in the world. Europeans are forced to pay a 15-25 per cent surcharge on the purchase of most items and services, and this stealth tax is only set to increase. Greece recently upped its VAT from 21 per cent to 23 per cent. In the United States, President Obama has made it clear that a value added tax is “still on the table” as the IMF also outlines plans for a financial transaction tax which amounts to yet another insidious stealth tax on consumption.

– Governments will try to seize pension funds by continually raising the retirement age so pensions are constantly kept out of reach until people die. In Greece, the government is linking the pension to the average life span index, so most people won’t even get it before they die. Strikes across France in response to similar proposals have closed schools, delayed flights and caused chaos.

– In many European countries, laws govern the amount of employees private companies can fire in any one period of time. In Greece, the number of people companies will be allowed to lay off has doubled from 2% to 4% of their work force. Taken to its extreme, this could double unemployment in the private sector, placing yet more strain on unemployment benefits, which will also be reduced, and driving people into poverty.

All of these measures have been implemented to one degree or another in Greece and we witnessed the consequences. What makes the situation far more terrifying is the fact that the austerity measures being readied for Europe and especially the UK are far more drastic than what the Greeks have been dealt.

The last time anything remotely this drastic was imposed in the UK post World War Two was in 1977 when public spending was cut by 4 per cent. This led to massive strikes, riots, bodies being left unburied, and the German chancellor declaring Britain “no longer a developed country”. This turmoil occurred just a few years after the UK government had imposed a three-day-week as a result of massive industrial strikes by coal miners in order to conserve electricity. The miners were on strike because the government had capped their pay in an effort to control soaring inflation, a repeat of which many warn is just around the corner as governments are forced to print trillions more money as part of quantitative easing programs.

Spending cuts as part of UK austerity measures are set to be more than double those imposed in 1977, at a level of 9 to 11 per cent. If people were rioting, leaving bodies unburied, and the country was being called “no longer developed” with just a 4 per cent spending cut, what are we to expect after a cut double or treble that amount? Not to mention the plethora of other draconian austerity measures that will accompany spending cuts.

British Prime Minister and Bilderberg attendee David Cameron has warned that the measures his government is preparing to impose will “Affect every single person in our country. And the effects of those decisions will stay with us for years, perhaps decades, to come.”

Austerity fascism is the realization of the global elite’s agenda for a “post-industrial revolution,” after which living standards in the west will be dramatically lowered, economic growth will be stagnant, and people will be more concerned about how they are going to feed their families rather than standing up to the very financial terrorists who engineered the economic collapse in the first place.

However, a hungry mob is an angry mob. If the situation is allowed to spiral out of control and the “post-industrial revolution” unfolds quicker and more unwieldy than anticipated, the global elite may find themselves with an entirely different kind of revolution on their hands – one led by the people against the corrupt plutocrats intent on exploiting the suffering they masterminded in the move towards an authoritarian one world government.



  1. Hi Jersey, makes me laugh, aus pension ages were jacked up 5 years! a while back…well before the banksters screwed the 70 women 75 for men.
    disability pensions denied to cancer and crippled people.
    I have 2 friends aged 70+ they were denied the age pension..yeah, how? never taken the dole or benefits ever, self employed raised 4 kids who also are self employed.
    we have 10% tax on all our food now, 50% on fuel and 75% on tobacco, just up last month from 50%.
    10kg rice was 13 three months ago, last week home brand was 23$ we pay 133c a LITRE = 4.5 litres a gallon=round $6 a gallon. and it did go to 170 during the crisis.
    powers up 25% and some states are due to have 40% + up to 60% if they intro the Carbon Fraud taxes..
    people are still just taking it lying down.

    • Those taxes on food and fuel are obscene. I don’t give a crap about tobacco…tax that weed out of existence as far as I’m concerned. But taxing the necessities of life to that extreme is just criminal. But we know that’s what they are CRIMINALS. We know the gulf FF is going to be used to implement those carbon taxes on an already financially stressed populace. BASTARDS!

      Are the aussies as complacent as the americans? I thought they had more spunk but they’ve been under the nwo spell as well. Why should I be surprised. People of the world unite and arise as one… NOW.

      • our waters fluoridated too…
        and yes sadly too many Are complacent. they itch and moan, but even ringing a Pollie is all too hard, emailing or protesting, well thats real trare here.
        the last decent public uproar was over troops to Iraq
        against massive public protest J Howard ignored his people and followed bush.
        and I think a lot of people will not bother protesting again, seen as useless.
        trying to get even a petition signed to save the net, was like pulling teeth,
        poor fellow- my country, indeed!

  2. And all this, realise, is just to continue feeding the Rothschilds their fiction of finance via taxes of all kinds simply to maintain them in the style to which they have become accustomed.

    Well, I say fuck ’em.

    Scrap the Fed. Scrap finance and its usurious interest.

    Scrap the ‘representatives’ who have permitted this to flourish against all our interests all these years.

    Scrap the ‘Presidents’ and ‘Kings’ who have been paid to usher in this despotism.

    This is our world, not the Rothschilds and their family friends and accomplices. So particularly scrap them, every last one.

    Fuck the lot of them.

    • ah Flak, a man of many words:-) I approve!

    • Three cheers for that proposal, Flak, fucking right.

    • If course, to be clearer I SHOULD have said, and so say now –

      And all this, realise, is just to continue feeding the Rothschilds their fiction of finance via taxes of all kinds simply to maintain them in the style to which they have become accustomed.

      Well, I say fuck ‘em.

      Scrap THEIR Fed. Scrap THEIR finance and its usurious interest.

      Scrap THEIR ‘representatives’ who have permitted this to flourish against all our interests all these years.

      Scrap THEIR ‘Presidents’ and ‘Kings’ who have been paid to usher in this despotism.

      This is our world, not the Rothschilds and their family friends and accomplices. So particularly scrap them, every last one.

      Fuck the lot of them.

      Incidentally, think about it – If you insist that you just can’t abolish finance, then abolish all the old currencies in those tax-exempt ‘trusts’ and have one new currency, but OURS, non-convertible, interest free and non-transferrable – (from one generation to another, or totally? – have to think that through a bit)

      • Yes, non-amassable over a certain figure, and non-manipulable. And no bloody banks!

    • Fuck’em long and hard, flak.
      I love to finally hear that.
      I feel like if we can’t have fun then make their day worse than ours.
      I’ll be prepared when the time comes but aside from little shit I engage in I don’t know how to get to em now.

  3. I’m not so convinced that the cretins know what they’ve unleashed. Not that they don’t have a good idea, but things might just take on a life of their own that no force, no matter how Draconian, may be able to stem.

    Could it be the X-factor?

    We only know one thing for sure, its going to get messy and a lot uglier before we see anything like a sane world for some time.

    I don’t believe I’ve got the years left in me to see that time, but I’ll keep plugging away as if I had a chance.

  4. I do too. It’s the only move that can make any sense or cents.

    Dump the credit rating first. Tell them no more, then onto taxes and banking. Cash checks and put it in the matress. Banks make trillions on your checking/savings. Tell them no more.

    Get out of the Big six banks for certain. No ATM transactions, then implement the 1% solution.

  5. Taking money out of the big banks is what I’ve done(my piddly sum) and been encouraging everyone in my family and my friends to do. However, they are more afraid to hide their money in a safe somewhere at home than to leave it in the bank..the fools.

  6. Hey jg, how’s life.
    very good article.
    I believe that not enough people are actually “feeling” it yet. I’ve stopped paying certain bills, anything not conducive to living today just waits….forever? I’m sorta used to this, it’s been most of my life but not this bad. I’m sorta calloused.
    When enough people are living like this and more have lost jobs I believe people (especially in the inner cities) will just riot and loot. These were the “black” riots of the 60’s but now consist of as many Hispanics, Whites, Haitans, Easteners and other newly located. These clowns arent going to know what hit them. These are many third worlders, they’ll burn down the fuckin country. Let’s see how much money the elite bastards make from that. Not to mention that a once stellar country who led the world by example will be a worthless wasteland. What was the largest consumer of goods will become a broke society.
    Just how stupiid can these inbred motha fuckas be? They have everything already, wouldn’t they like to live in a nice, clean, friendly world or do they just like for people to piss in their cornflakes?

  7. Hi Peter…Good to see you. Piss in their cornflakes? They’ve been pissin’ in ours, it’s time we did piss in theirs !

  8. At least the gloves are off and it is clear to everyone that there will be belt tightening and heartbreak ahead in Barry and Tim’s slick new international order. Even gasbag Hillary was trying to sell millions of starving Pakistanis on new taxes as the way forward. Here is the unavoidable message, due to weaknesses in the dreamworld and lies we sold you, now you must submit to involuntary sacrifice but thanks for all your tax money we banksters don’t even know what to spend it all on. Certainly not you people.
    Eventually when the emperors stand oh so naked before us all we will take them down and put them away where they belong and get on with picking up alot fewer pieces than we once had. Yeah there will be austerity and it will be bad, so thanks for the yes we can songs Barry and company, you guys suck worse than Dubya.

  9. Anyway the coming austerity will just have to be the catalyst for breaking the trance of belief in total fiction, the American Dream. Things have been going downhill per capita in the world since the seventies although the circuses and food stamps have kept the masses from complaint. Hold onto your hats for the next ten years, for the next two probably.

    • the per-capita thing addressed here:

      “…if you stand with one foot in the oven and the other in the freezer, on average you’re reasonably comfortable.”

      There is a Red Storm Rising all over the world.

      • That ‘per capita’ aspect may therefore be applied as “the Rothschild per capita excess factor is infinite.”

        If I seem to harp on about this somewhat, true, I do, as they have single-handedly annexed the position of the greatest and most dangerous pest on the planet. But when you have rid the planet of them and their influence, and thus at a stroke solved most of the problems in the world, I promise I will stop it.

        Until then, I may mention it now and again, lest you forget.

        • …and heeereee they ARE:
 …and don’t forget the disambiguation link:

          ya know… the “Rothschilds” is one of those weird things… kind of a metaphor… but then, more than only a metaphor.

          It is difficult for most of us to imagine the kind of power that having liquid trillion$ at your disposal would give any group (or individual) in the “industrial society”… with an epicenter in Scotland in 1811. The red-haired stepchildren of the great Ghoul, “finance” that walks among us to feed on our carrion.

          Sadly, flak, even if granted your wish… i’m afraid it would be like murdering the Romanov family in 1917… or the Capet family in in 1793…then… meet the new boss… same as the old boss. Same shit. Different oligarchs. From the hereditary to the financial… the tri-cornered stool of community, coercion and capital.

          As Gould the ghoul said… he could easily hire one half of the working class to kill the other half. Then it’s up to the likes of Little Bunny Foo-Foo to keep splitting hares.

          • Yes, but that is only what they tell you. It is what they don’t tell you that is more interesting, such as funneling all the work and real wealth of the world into ‘tax-exempt trusts’ in exchange for a few strokes of ink, encapsulated in –

            “Let me issue and control a nation’s money and I care not who writes the laws.” Mayer Amschel Rothschild (1744-1812), founder of the House of Rothschild.

            “The few who understand the system will either be so interested in its profits or be so dependent upon its favours that there will be no opposition from that class, while on the other hand, the great body of people, mentally incapable of comprehending the tremendous advantage that capital derives from the system, will bear its burdens without complaint, and perhaps without even suspecting that the system is inimical to their interests.” The Rothschild brothers of London writing to associates in New York, 1863.

            “If my sons did not want wars, there would be none.” ~ Gutle Schnaper, Mayer Amschel Rothschilds wife

            Nuff said, to start?

            They have to go.


  10. Pink floyd: the Final Cut lyrics sum it up best
    One of my favorite Floyd albums (‘Animals’ and ‘Wish You Were here’ are up there too)

    “Take all your overgrown infants away somewhere
    and build them a home a little place of their own
    the fletcher memorial
    home for incurable tyrants and kings
    and they can appear to themselves every day
    on closed circuit t.v.
    to make sure they’re still real
    it’s the only connection they feel
    “ladies and gentlemen, please welcome reagan and haig
    mr. begin and friend mrs. thatcher and paisley
    mr. brezhnev and party
    the ghost of mccarthy
    the memories of nixon
    and now adding colour a group of anonymous latin
    american meat packing glitterati”
    did they expect us to treat them with any respect
    they can polish their medals and sharpen their
    smiles, and amuse themselves playing games for a while
    boom boom, bang bang, lie down you’re dead
    safe in the permanent gaze of a cold glass eye
    with their favorite toys
    they’ll be good girls and boys
    in the fletcher memorial home for colonial
    wasters of life and limb
    is everyone in?
    are you having a nice time?
    now the final solution can be applied

  11. True dat. I would be extremely satisfied to see a passel of rich fatties swinging on strings… but where does it end?

    Globally… I have shoes… I have a house and a car. By global standards, I am a rich fattie as much as “the Rothschilds.” Are MY hands truly clean? No. When does a difference in degree become a difference in kind? Shit- there are no differences except varying degrees between difference and no difference.

  12. The difference is malignance.

  13. though strikes me that before the real financial crap splattered so widely some in the military would have obeyed orders more willingly in case of citizens uprising.
    now however that faith has also lost a lot of its followers.
    Bummers 20K Nato goons pale into a puff of nothing in response to Millions of justifiably wildly angry ripped off citizens I hear another 94K mortgages just turtled this month over there, yikes.
    70+ bamnks gone west too.
    I think the bunkers to hide in is their only option, and they will have to come out sometime…

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