Posted by: boomerangcomesback | October 19, 2011

A Must Read! The Elite Plan for a New World Social Order

This Ron Paul video is 25 years old. Prescient.

Do YOU see THEM now? Pulling the levers to create the world THEY want, against all that is Moral and Humanitarian at its heart. Choose Your World!

Understand “The Plan”. Understand who your Enemy is… Resist, investigate, prosecute, take out the trash:

The Elite Plan for a New World Social Order
October 18, 2011 By davidjones

When the Industrial Revolution began in Britain, in the late 1700s, there was lots of money to be made by investing in factories and mills, by opening up new markets, and by gaining control of sources of raw materials. The folks who had the most money to invest, however, were not so much in Britain but more in Holland. Holland had been the leading Western power in the 1600s, and its bankers were the leading capitalists. In pursuit of profit, Dutch capital flowed to the British stock market, and thus the Dutch funded the rise of Britain, who subsequently eclipsed Holland both economically and geopolitically.

In this way British industrialism came to be dominated by wealthy investors, and capitalism became the dominant economic system. This led to a major social transformation. Britain had been essentially an aristocratic society, dominated by landholding families. As capitalism became dominant economically, capitalists became dominant politically. Tax structures and import-export policies were gradually changed to favour investors over landowners.

It was no longer economically viable to simply maintain an estate in the countryside: one needed to develop it, turn it to more productive use. Victorian dramas are filled with stories of aristocratic families who fall on hard times, and are forced to sell off their properties. For dramatic purposes, this decline is typically attributed to a failure in some character, a weak eldest son perhaps. But in fact the decline of aristocracy was part of a larger social transformation brought on by the rise of capitalism.

The business of the capitalist is the management of capital, and this management is generally handled through the mediation of banks and brokerage houses. It should not be surprising that investment bankers came to occupy the top of the hierarchy of capitalist wealth and power. And in fact, there are a handful of banking families, including the Rothschilds and the Rockefellers, who have come to dominate economic and political affairs in the Western world.

Unlike aristocrats, capitalists are not tied to a place, or to the maintenance of a place. Capital is disloyal and mobile – it flows to where the most growth can be found, as it flowed from Holland to Britain, then from Britain to the USA, and most recently from everywhere to China. Just as a copper mine might be exploited and then abandoned, so under capitalism a whole nation can be exploited and then abandoned, as we see in the rusting industrial areas of America and Britain.

This detachment from place leads to a different kind of geopolitics under capitalism, as compared to aristocracy. A king goes to war when he sees an advantage to his nation in doing so. Historians can ‘explain’ the wars of pre-capitalist days, in terms of the aggrandisement of monarchs and nations.
A capitalist stirs up a war in order to make profits, and in fact our elite banking families have financed both sides of most military conflicts since at least World War 1. Hence historians have a hard time ‘explaining’ World War 1 in terms of national motivations and objectives.

In pre-capitalist days warfare was like chess, each side trying to win. Under capitalism warfare is more like a casino, where the players battle it out as long as they can get credit for more chips, and the real winner always turns out to be the house – the bankers who finance the war and decide who will be the last man standing. Not only are wars the most profitable of all capitalist ventures, but by choosing the winners, and managing the reconstruction, the elite banking families are able, over time, to tune the geopolitical configuration to suit their own interests.

Nations and populations are but pawns in their games. Millions die in wars, infrastructures are destroyed, and while the world mourns, the bankers are counting their winnings and making plans for their postwar reconstruction investments.

From their position of power, as the financiers of governments, the banking elite have over time perfected their methods of control. Staying always behind the scenes, they pull the strings controlling the media, the political parties, the intelligence agencies, the stock markets, and the offices of government. And perhaps their greatest lever of power is their control over currencies. By means of their central-bank scam, they engineer boom and bust cycles, and they print money from nothing and then loan it at interest to governments. The power of the elite banking gang (the ‘banksters’) is both absolute and subtle…
Some of the biggest men in the United States are afraid of something. They know there is a power somewhere, so organised, so subtle, so watchful, so interlocked, so complete, so pervasive that they had better not speak above their breath when they speak in condemnation of it.

– President Woodrow Wilson
The End of Growth – Banksters vs. Capitalism

It was always inevitable, on a finite planet, that there would be a limit to economic growth. Industrialisation has enabled us to rush headlong toward that limit over the past two centuries. Production has become ever more efficient, markets have become ever more global, and finally the paradigm of perpetual growth has reached the point of diminishing returns.

Indeed, that point was actually reached by about 1970. Since then capital has not so much sought growth through increased production, but rather by extracting greater returns from relatively flat production levels. Hence globalisation, which moved production to low-waged areas, providing greater profit margins. Hence privatisation, which transfers revenue streams to investors that formerly went to national treasuries. Hence derivative and currency markets, which create the electronic illusion of economic growth, without actually producing anything in the real world.

For almost forty years, the capitalist system was kept going by these various mechanisms, none of which were productive in any real sense. And then in September 2008 this house of cards collapsed, all of a sudden, bringing the global financial system to its knees.

If one studies the collapse of civilisations, one learns that failure-to-adapt is fatal. Is our civilisation falling into that trap? We had two centuries of real growth, where the growth-dynamic of capitalism was in harmony with the reality of industrial growth. Then we had four decades of artificial growth – capitalism being sustained by a house of cards. And now, after the house of cards has collapsed, every effort is apparently being made to bring about ‘a recovery’ – of growth! It is very easy to get the impression that our civilization is in the process of collapse, based on the failure-to-adapt principle.

Such an impression would be partly right and partly wrong. In order to understand the real situation we need to make a clear distinction between the capitalist elite and capitalism itself. Capitalism is an economic system driven by growth; the capitalist elite are the folks who have managed to gain control of the Western world while capitalism has operated over the past two centuries. The capitalist system is past its sell-by date, the bankster elite are well aware of that fact – and they are adapting.

Capitalism is a vehicle that helped bring the banksters to absolute power, but they have no more loyalty to that system than they have to place, or to anything or anyone. As mentioned earlier, they think on a global scale, with nations and populations as pawns. They define what money is and they issue it, just like the banker in a game of Monopoly. They can also make up a new game with a new kind of money. They have long outgrown any need to rely on any particular economic system in order to maintain their power. Capitalism was handy in an era of rapid growth. For an era of non-growth, a different game is being prepared.

Thus, capitalism was not allowed to die a natural death. Instead it was brought down by a controlled demolition. First it was put on a life-support system, as mentioned above, with globalization, privatization, currency markets, etc. Then it was injected with a euthanasia death-drug, in the form of real-estate bubbles and toxic derivatives. Finally, the Bank of International Settlements in Basel – the central bank of central banks – pulled the plug on the life-support system: they declared the ‘mark-to-market rule’, which made all the risk-holding banks instantly insolvent, although it took a while for this to become apparent. Every step in this process was carefully planned and managed by the central-banking clique.

The End of Sovereignty – Restoring the Ancient Régime:

Just as the financial collapse was carefully managed, so was the post-collapse scenario, with its suicidal bailout programs. National budgets were already stretched; they certainly did not have reserves available to salvage the insolvent banks. Thus the bailout commitments amounted to nothing more than the taking on of astronomical new debts by governments. In order to service the bailout commitments, the money would need to be borrowed from the same financial system that was being bailed out!

It’s not that the banks were too big to fail, rather the banksters were too powerful to fail: they made politicians an offer they couldn’t refuse. In the USA, Congress was told that without bailouts there would be martial law the next morning. In Ireland, the Ministers were told there would be financial chaos and rioting in the streets. In fact, as Iceland demonstrated, the sensible way to deal with the insolvent banks was with an orderly process of receivership.

The effect of the coerced bailouts was to transfer insolvency from the banks to the national treasuries. Banking debts were transformed into sovereign debts and budget deficits. Now, quite predictably, it is the nations that are seeking bailouts, and those bailouts come with conditions attached. Instead of the banks going into receivership, the nations are going into receivership.

In his book, Confessions of an Economic Hit Man, John Perkins explains how the third world has been coerced over the past several decades – through pressure and trickery of various kinds – into perpetual debt bondage. By design, the debts can never be repaid. Instead, the debts must be periodically refinanced, and each round of refinancing buries the nation deeper in debt – and compels the nation to submit to even more drastic IMF diktats. With the orchestrated financial collapse, and the ‘too big to fail’ scam, the banksters have now crossed the Rubicon: the hit-man agenda is now operating here in the first world.

In the EU, the first round of nations to go down will be the so-called PIGS – Portugal, Ireland, Greece, and Spain. The fiction, that the PIGS can deal with the bailouts, is based on the assumption that the era of limitless growth will resume. As the banksters themselves know full well, that just isn’t going to happen. Eventually the PIGS will be forced to default, and then the rest of the EU will go down as well, all part of a controlled-demolition project.

When a nation succumbs to debt bondage, it ceases to be a sovereign nation, governed by some kind of internal political process. Instead it comes under the control of IMF diktats. As we have seen in the third world, and is happening now in Europe, these diktats are all about austerity and privatization. Government functions are eliminated or privatized, and national assets are sold off. Little by little – again a controlled demolition – the nation state is dismantled. In the end, the primary functions left to government are police suppression of its own population, and the collection of taxes to be handed over to the banksters.

In fact, the dismantling of the nation state began long before the financial collapse of 2008. In the USA and Britain, it began in 1980, with Reagan and Thatcher. In Europe, it began in 1988, with the Maastricht Treaty. Globalization accelerated the dismantling process, with the exporting of jobs and industry, privatization programs, ‘free trade’ agreements, and the establishment of the regulation-busting World Trade Organisation (WTO). Events since 2008 have enabled the rapid acceleration of a process that was already well underway.

With the collapse, the bailouts, and the total failure to pursue any kind of effective recovery program, the signals are very clear: the system will be allowed to collapse totally, thus clearing the ground for a pre-architected ‘solution’. As the nation state is being dismantled, a new regime of global governance is being established to replace it. As we can see with the WTO, IMF, World Bank, and the other pieces of the embryonic world government, the new global system will make no pretensions about popular representation or democratic process. Rule will be by means of autocratic global bureaucracies, which will take their orders, directly or indirectly, from the bankster clique.

In his book, The Globalization of Poverty, Michel Chossudovsky explains how globalization, and the actions of the IMF, created massive poverty throughout the third world over the past several decades. As we can see, with the dramatic emphasis on austerity following the collapse and bailouts, this poverty-creation project has now crossed the Rubicon. In this new world system there will be no prosperous middle class. Indeed, the new regime will very much resemble the old days of royalty and serfdom (the ancieny régime). The banksters are the new royal family, with the whole world as their dominion. The technocrats who run the global bureaucracies, and the mandarins who pose as politicians in the residual nations, are the privileged upper class. The rest of us, the overwhelming majority, will find ourselves in the role of impoverished serfs – if we are lucky enough to be one of the survivors of the collapse process.

Today Americans would be outraged if UN troops entered Los Angeles to restore order; tomorrow they will be grateful. This is especially true if they were told there was an outside threat from beyond, whether real or promulgated, that threatened our very existence. It is then that all peoples of the world will plead with world leaders to deliver them from this evil. The one thing every man fears is the unknown. When presented with this scenario, individual rights will be willingly relinquished for the guarantee of their well being granted to them by their world government.

– Henry Kissinger speaking at Evian, France, May 21, 1992 Bilderbergers meeting
The End of Liberty – The Global Police State:

For the past four decades, since about 1970, we’ve been experiencing a regime-change process, from an old global system to a new global system. In the old system, first world nations were relatively democratic and prosperous, while the third world suffered under police state tyranny, mass poverty, and imperialism (exploitation by external powers). As discussed above, the transition process has been characterized by ‘crossing the Rubicon’ – the introduction of policies and practices into the first world, that were formerly limited, for the most part, to the third world.

Thus debt bondage to the IMF crossed the Rubicon, enabled by the collapse-bailout scam. In turn, mass poverty is crossing that same Rubicon, due to austerity measures imposed by the IMF, with its new bond-holding powers. Imperialism is also crossing the Rubicon, as the first world comes under the exploitative control of banksters and their bureaucracies, a power nexus that is external to all national identities. Unsurprisingly, police state tyranny is also crossing the Rubicon: the imposition of third world poverty levels requires third world methods of repression.

The anti-globalization movement can be taken as the beginning of popular resistance to the process of regime change. Similarly, the police response to the Seattle anti-globalization demonstrations, in November 1999, can be taken as the ‘crossing of the Rubicon’ for police state tyranny. The excessive and arbitrary violence of that response – including such things as holding people’s eyes open and spraying pepper into them – was unprecedented against non-violent demonstrators in a first world nation.

Ironically, that police response, particularly as it was so widely publicized, actually strengthened the anti-globalization movement. As demonstrations grew in size and strength, the police response grew still more violent. A climax of sorts was reached in Genoa, in July 2001, when the levels of violence on both sides began to resemble almost a guerilla war.

In those days the anti-globalization movement was dominating the international news pages, and opposition to globalization was reaching massive proportions. The visible movement was only the tip of an anti-systemic iceberg. In a very real sense, general popular sentiment in the first world was beginning to take a radical turn. Movement leaders were now thinking in terms of an anti-capitalist movement. There was a political volatility in the air, a sense that, just maybe possibly, enlightened popular sentiment might succeed in shifting the course of events.

All of that changed on September 11, 2001, the day the towers came down. The anti-globalization movement, along with globalization itself, disappeared almost totally from public consciousness on that fateful day. Suddenly it was a whole new global scenario, a whole new media circus – with a new enemy, and a new kind of war, a war without end, a war against phantoms, a war against ‘terrorism’.

Earlier we saw how the orchestrated financial collapse of September 2008 enabled certain ongoing projects to be rapidly accelerated, such as the dismantlement of sovereignty, and the imposition of austerity. Similarly, the events of September 2001 enabled certain ongoing projects to be greatly accelerated, such as the abandonment of civil liberties and international law.

Before the towers had even come down, the ‘Patriot Act’ had already been drafted, proclaiming in no uncertain terms that the police state was here (in the USA) in force and here to stay – the Bill of Rights was null and void. Before long, similar ‘anti-terrorist’ legislation had been adopted throughout the first world. If any anti-systemic movement were to again raise its head in the first world (as it did, for example, recently in Greece), arbitrary police powers could be brought to bear – as much as might be necessary – to put the resistance down. No popular movement would be allowed to derail the banksters’ regime-change designs. The anti-globalization movement had been shouting, ‘This is what real democracy looks like’. With 9/11, the banksters replied: ‘This is what real oppression looks like’.

The events of 9/11 led directly to the invasions of Iraq and Afghanistan, and in general helped create a climate where invasions of sovereign nations could be readily justified, with one excuse or another. International law was to be as thoroughly abandoned as was civil liberties. Just as all restraint was removed from domestic police interventions, so was all restraint being removed from geopolitical military interventions. Nothing was to stand in the way of the banksters’ regime-change agenda.

The technotronic era involves the gradual appearance of a more controlled society… dominated by an elite, unrestrained by traditional values… this elite would not hesitate to achieve its political ends by using the latest modern techniques for influencing public behavior… Persisting social crisis, the emergence of a charismatic personality, and the exploitation of mass media to obtain public confidence would be the stepping-stones in the piecemeal transformation of the United States into a highly controlled society… In addition, it may be possible – and tempting – to exploit for strategic political purposes the fruits of research on the brain and on human behavior.

– Zbigniew Brzezinski, Between Two Ages: America’s Role in the Technotronic Era, 1970:

The Post-Capitalist Era – New Myths for a New Culture

2012 might not be the exact year, but it’s difficult to see the endgame lasting much beyond that – and the masters of the universe love symbolism, as with 911 (both in Chile and in Manhattan), KLA 007, and others. 2012 is loaded with symbolism, eg. the Mayan Calendar, and the Internet is buzzing with various 2012-related prophecies, survival strategies, anticipated alien interventions, etc. And then there is the Hollywood film, 2012, which explicitly portrays the demise of most of humanity, and the pre-planned salvation of a select few. One never knows with Hollywood productions, what is escapist fantasy, and what is aimed at preparing the public mind symbolically for what is to come.

Whatever the exact date, all the threads will come together, geopolitically and domestically, and the world will change. It will be a new era, just as capitalism was a new era after aristocracy, and the Dark Ages followed the era of the Roman Empire. Each era has its own structure, its own economics, its own social forms, and its own mythology. These things must relate to one another coherently, and their nature follows from the fundamental power relationships and economic circumstances of the system.

Whenever there is a change of era, the previous era is always demonized in a new mythology. In the Garden of Eden story the serpent is demonized – a revered symbol in paganism, the predecessor to monotheism. With the rise of European nation states, the Catholic Church was demonized, and Protestantism introduced. When republics came along, the demonization of monarchs was an important part of the process. In the post-2012 world, democracy and national sovereignty will be demonized. This will be very important, in getting people to accept arbitrary totalitarian rule…

In those terrible dark days, before the blessed unification of humanity, anarchy reigned in the world. One nation would attack another, no better than predators in the wild. Nations had no long-term coherence; voters would swing from one party to another, keeping governments always in transition and confusion. How did anyone ever think that masses of semi-educated people could govern themselves, and run a complex society? Democracy was an ill-conceived experiment that led only to corruption and chaotic governance. How lucky we are to be in this well-ordered world, where humanity has finally grown up, and those with the best expertise make the decisions for the whole globe.

Capitalism is about growth, progress, and change. Under capitalism the virtues of ambition, initiative, and competitiveness are praised, because those virtues serve the dynamics of capitalism. People are encouraged to always accumulate more, and never be satisfied with what they have. Under capitalism, people need to have a bit of liberty, and a bit of prosperity, so that the dynamics of capitalism can operate. Without some liberty, ambition cannot be pursued; without some prosperity, how could accumulation be pursued? In the post-capitalist world, the capitalist virtues will be demonized. This will be very important, in getting people to accept poverty and regimentation…

The pursuit of money is the root of all evil, and the capitalist system was inherently corrupt and wasteful. Anarchy reined in the marketplace, as corporations blindly pursued profit, with no concern for human needs or for the Earth. How much more sensible are our production brigades, producing only what is needed, and using only what is sustainable. Capitalism encouraged greed and consumption; people struggled to compete with one another, to ‘get ahead’ in the rat race. How much wiser we are now, to live within our ration quotas, and to accept our assigned duties, whatever they might be, in service to humanity.

In this regime change, ushering in the post-capitalist era, we’re seeing a conscious orchestration of economics, politics, geopolitics, and mythology – as one coordinated project. A whole new reality is being created, a whole new global culture. When it comes down to it, the ability to transform culture is the ultimate form of power. In only a single generation, a new culture becomes ‘the way things are’. And what, we might inquire, might stand in the way of any future manipulations of the cultural regime that the bankster royal family might contemplate?

Ever since public education was introduced, the state and the family have competed to control childhood conditioning – and it is in childhood that culture is transmitted to the next generation. In the micromanaged post-capitalist future, we’ll most likely see the ‘final solution’ of social control, which is for the state to monopolize child raising. This would eliminate from society the parent-child bond, and hence family-related bonds in general. No longer is there a concept of relatives, just fellow members of the hive. The family must be demonized. Already, here in Ireland, there are daily TV spots dramatizing the plight of children who are being abused or neglected by their parents…

How scary were the old days, when unlicensed, untrained couples had total control over vulnerable children, behind closed doors, with whatever neuroses, addictions, or perversions the parents happened to possess. How did this vestige of patriarchal slavery, this safe-house den of child abuse, continue so long to exist, and not be recognized for what it was? How much better off we are now, with children being raised scientifically, by trained staff, where they are taught discipline and healthy values.

RICHARD K MOORE, an expatriate from Silicon Valley, retired and moved to Ireland in 1994 to begin his ‘real work’ – trying to understand how the world works, and how we can make it better. Many years of researching and writing culminated in his widely acclaimed book Escaping the Matrix: How We the People Can Change the World (The Cyberjournal Project, 2005). His cyberjournal email list has been going since 1994 ( The book’s website is, while his website contains an extensive biography plus list of his articles. Richard can be contacted via email at

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  1. I fear the PTB are bombarding our friend with EMR. All candidates for that fact were goofy in last nights debate.

    It’s an Obamatrauma frequency. All the GOP are gasblowers.

    Great vintage Boomer. It goes well with humble pie.

  2. Just put Ron Paul’s discourse from last night, on the tail-end of this piece.

  3. I really enjoyed Moore’s article. Thanks Boom.

    What can ya say but, it’s great to have lived in an era wherein we can understand all of these things. Perhaps a very small window of time.

  4. This is great… although, i am no longer political, i like to keep abreast of what they’re doing. I posted this to Ben Fulford blog. I hope they don’t disappear Ron Paul like they did four years ago along with Kucinich.

    If elected, i hope he takes Kucinich as his vice-president. He does appear to be the real deal… the both of them. Appearances do deceive though.

    Government should be an administrative arm of the people… that is all.

  5. Just a thought… Democracy is Communism. Notice in all the coverage on the OWs the theme is “we need more democracy”. Well, we don’t… we need to return to our Republic Constitution… with liberty and justice for all. Democracy is mob rule by mobsters.

    TPTB would love for the people to demand democracy. Wish granted… we can now throw out that pesky Constitution. I do believe that is what they are trying to pull off.

  6. I,d be more worried they will do a kennedy on him if he does get in,
    cannot have an honest man in power, it’s just not done!
    and seeing what the other options are, oh dear..

  7. This could be idealistic drivel, but as a new way forward, i think even bankers realize things have been taken too far. If we all live with an awareness of the evil thing among us and its proclivity to murder dreams and men who dream… we can create a consciousness protective aura.

    We have done this in recent history. We have prevented TPTB from achieving all their plans. We prevented vaccines from being mandatory… for now at least… we stopped an earthquake in the New Madrid Fault line… and other stuff. We did it with conscious awareness.

  8. Deifying Ron Paul is delusional, he is one of Corporatist Amerika’s best friends…
    The idea that they might assassinate him is ludicrous…he is a sleeper for the fascist state. Yes Oz, he is honest alright, you just don’t understand what the cumulative whole of his agenda would mean.

    Lowers the corporate tax rate to 15%, making America competitive in the global market. Allows American companies to repatriate capital without additional taxation, spurring trillions in new investment. Extends all Bush tax cuts. Abolishes the Death Tax. Ends taxes on personal savings, allowing families to build a nest egg.~Ron Paul

    The “Death Tax” is a euphemism for the Estate Tax, which effects millionaires much more than simple middle class families.

    “TPTB would love for the people to demand democracy. Wish granted… we can now throw out that pesky Constitution. I do believe that is what they are trying to pull off.”~Wanda

    They threw out that pesky Constitution over a hundred years ago…the spilled milk you are crying over has long since evaporated without leaving the slightest stain. The Republic isn’t even a corpse anymore, even the skeleton has turned to dust. CPR on dust will simply turn it to mud.

    No Exit. That is the name of the game in the burning house…

    • They threw out that pesky Constitution over a hundred years ago…the spilled milk you are crying over has long since evaporated without leaving the slightest stain.
      Really… i don’t think they have… what else could they be p*ss. be supplanting the Republic with a Democracy. Granted, they carry on as if we are a democracy/communistic state, but until they can actually re-write our original Constitution… and that is the basis this country was founded upon… they don’t own it all. That will only come when the people demand a democracy… and that is what we must prevent… i feel pretty sure about that.

      As far as corporations paying a 15% tax… that would be a 15% increase in revenues if it is a flat tax, and i am not up to date on politics, but i do believe that is what Senator Paul is driving at. No excuses, no write offs… just a flat 15%… and a 2% for the rest of us chickens.

      Also, the death tax does hurt the little people too. The life’s labors of a person should not be divvied up with some portion of it going to attorneys and least of all… the government.

      • Instead of what posted….
        Really… i don’t think they have… what else could they be p*ss.

        That sentence should have said….

        Really, i don’t think they have… what else could they be p*ssing the democracy word all over the place for?

        Not sure what happened there.

        • Politics are OVER. There is no “government” only a criminal syndicate posing as one.

          Politicians are puppets, actors, nothing more…ALL OF THEM.

          There is a big game of pretend going on here, and I personally am not buying into it.

          No Leaders – No followers. Period.


          What is the law?

          The law is Liberty in truth.

          Each individual is sovereign, and a law unto themselves.

          Wisdom in law is recognizing that the first law is attainable, and can be exercised only with granting such to ones associates – all in kind.

          Such agreements as come into being under this core understanding are just.
          Any man can reject a law, but only in so far as he is willing to face the consequences…be they favorable to his interests or not.

          This is the responsibility of Liberty – the flip side of the freedom it maintains.

        • Read the article again Wanda.

          You have been skunked. There is no “government” – only the Public Relations Regime manipulating perception for the banking cabal and the corporations that are their children.

          You will hear none of this, “revoke corporate personhood” from Ron Paul, although it is an absurdity to consider a corporation as a living human being. And should Paul pick up on this as a good rallying call, he is one politician within the system…the system itself must be beheaded. Paul would become another front man, nothing else.

          • Regardless Will… someone is going to get elected. Can you or i stop that?

            I don’t vote anymore… but i don’t control the collective consciousness. Someone will get elected… i’d like to think that Ron Paul should be that someone… and no, i was not for Obama… remember? I woke up when i saw what they were doing to Kucinich… and then watched with horror how so few others did not wake up.

            • “Regardless Will… someone is going to get elected. Can you or i stop that?”~Wanda

              Yup, chances are very good someone is going to get elected.

              Can you or I stop that?

              Certainly not alone. Lol

              Could it be stopped??

              Let us count the ways…

              But not here and now, I have neither the time nor inclination for such an enumeration. But yes, it could be stopped by rebellion.

              • Thanks…… 🙂 That’s all i’m saying. Someone will get elected.

                Better if it is Ron Paul… imagine how fast we will have revolution if Paul pulls an Obama. The electorate is quite a bit more sophisticated than in the last 12 to couple hundred years. The bastards have pulled every trick in the book… they could have more up their sleeves, but… well, never-mind… they undoubtedly have much more up their sleeves.

                Best it is Sen. Paul, at least he speaks the Republic word.

                • “Someone will get elected.”

                  No Someone will be selected. And only if no rebellion.

                  You say “imagine how fast we will have revolution if Paul pulls an Obama.”

                  We don’t have to imagine, all we have to see is what happened when Obama pulled his Obama.

                  Waiting one more time for rebellion/revolution has been the history since the beginning of non-violent protest. And it brought us where? To open tyranny.

                  It is not to call for aggression, to call for revolution, it is to DEMAND change, and not REQUEST change.

                  I abhor the idea of waiting “just one more” electoral round…but I am not leading this protest, merely commenting upon it.

  9. I find it difficult to believe politicians. Observation & Instinct. When we consider history, and information provided in pieces like the above, we can see even “beyond” the political veil to the guiding hands behind the puppets.

    One thing I must note, is that RP has been, and is marginalized by the MSM and PTB. This tells me “something”. Even on my car radio this a.m., some reporter from “somewhere” serves up their soundbite about the debate last night, with bites including Romney and Perry arguing, a little bit of Cain in the mix, and a few other names mentioned — AND NOT ONE MENTION OF RON PAUL?! Didn’t even say his name?! Obviously not an oversight.

    So, there ya go — I disqualify all other candidates based on their moral deficiencies, conduct, megalomania, policies, and connections to the PTB. They are obviously sold out already. The entire facade must be torn down. The house, the world built by fraud and deceit is “unfit for habitation” by the 99%. We can’t say it should be condemned. It “is” condemned by its very nature and existence. Humanity just needs to get that word out in the open — YOU are “condemned” under moral law. What is corruption? YOU are the very essence of that word. Evil should always be condemned, in whatever form. We see it, we believe it, say it, then do the right thing… and that surely is not to ignore it.

    Is Ron Paul the answer? It is what he “stands for” that is “part” of the answer. We the People are the answer. Question — Do “We the People” answer to the government we “supposedly” and euphemistically allow to lead us? Or does y(our) government answer to The People? Pick a nation…any nation. This is a world-wide problem.

    You know what to do with a problem — Whip It! Whip It Good!

  10. Off with their heads !!!

    • Viva….Off with their heads.

  11. About what I said above about the MSM. It goes from the top down — the parroting of talking points, the marginalization of ideas, concepts, and individuals that threaten to enlighten The People, while simultaneously condemning the “system”, its handlers, and ultimately designers.

    Even down to the smallest local station, it seems they’ve been “got to”, or else they’re just media meat…

    Speaking of media meat; the entire MSM is a “News Processor” {like a food processor}. What they put in at the top, is whizzed up and spit out through all channels for the The People to consume. Put Shit in = Get Shit Out. Very simple mechanical concept.

    The problem is Americans can’t recognize even their own food as dangerous and deleterious to their health and well-being. Big AG operates massive centralized “farms” {Ha Ha Ha! Right…} to create “products” to serve to The People. Poisons not food.

    So, it is no wonder that a population who cannot distinguish between what IS food and what IS NOT, cannot distinguish between any of the other poisons they are “served”, be it news, political theater, false wars that enrich the 1% while killing off a section of the 99%, pharmaceuticals/medical industry, trash TV, gross financial frauds, etc. ad nauseum. Some time in the future, people will look back and shake their heads that they just didn’t “see it”, and didn’t “see it coming”. Not much of a mystery actually.

    • “Even down to the smallest local station, it seems they’ve been “got to”, or else they’re just media meat…”

      It is going along to get along. Conformity is self imposed in this system: “What did Joe Bigshot just say? Okay, then that’s the script.”

      Homo Vishnu Amerikanus….it is in the genes.

  12. Ron Paul is being marginalized by the MSM, no doubt about that. They act as if he doesn’t even exist let alone is in the race for prez. They did the same thing to Dennis Kucinich when he ran.

    However, I tend to feel the way Will does about him. He’s not really a man for the people. He is more of a friend to big business then he is to the working man. He has never voted to raise the minimum wage and in fact doesn’t believe in it. Yet, he’s all over giving corporations big tax breaks. Sounds like typical republican bs to me. Nothing new there. Big fish eating little fish would continue. Free Market? Really? That’s a pipe dream same as utopian socialism.

    Until man evolves, neither of those systems will work. We need a new plan.

    • “Ron Paul is being marginalized by the MSM”

      Yes. But it is not so much Ron Paul, it is that it is already decided who will be the next Prezydoinker of Amerika. They don’t want the works gummed up by anything or anyone – Paul or anyone else.

      All of this voting and election yada is a hoax. The majority is never going to get there heads around this if they haven’t seen the obvious by now.

      Obama is doing a great job for the cabal, I don’t see any reason they would get rid of him mid stream. I’m not a betting man, but if I were, I would call Obama as a two term front man.

  13. I don’t see that it matters. It’s all a stage show. The voting machines are rigged and the politicians are paid off. The PTB will have the man they want whether it be Obama, Romney, Perry or Cain. The front runner seems to change weekly.

    • Wheres Your revolutionary spirit ? Paul only wants to fire half the damn federal govt and deep six the fed. Face it,its Ron Paul or starvation. We dont need anything more than what TJ gave us till Jesus comes back to establish a real honest govt and war will be no more.

      • “..its Ron Paul or starvation.”~Korn

        We shall all be invited to eat Ron Paul then…is that your proposition Korn?

        You are still thinking that VOTING is an answer here?

        Pshsquawwspitoool, voting is just a ruse to keep you from taking down the infernal machine. So hey yea, vote for a marvelous new cog, then the machine will run smooth as silk on a whores ass.


      • Korn… my ron paul spirit is buried somewhere next to your OWS spirit 🙂

        Seriously.. do u think he stands a chance? If he did win… wouldn’t u be suspicious that he was also selected and it was all preplanned by you know who?

        Even if he did win as the real deal, do you honestly think he could change a damn thing on his own?

        End the Fed? Yea that will happen when we drag all the banksters and globalists out of their lairs kicking and screaming and send
        them to the guillotine for crimes against humanity.

  14. rkm’s website



      Full book by Jerry Fresia

      About the Elite coup d’etat of the Philadelphia Convention

    • Thanks Ko,

      I got the Fresia book from rkm’s website.

      Very good.

    • Thanks kitty.. excellent article .. let’s see that plan succeed.

  15. I agree and predicted 4 more. When you line a crop of idiots like those we see and add;

    Christy not running (dead man walking)
    Herman Able-Cain (just Barry’s 666 plan turned upside down)
    Bachmann (Turn her over drive: “1 term President”)
    Omni-care Romney (flip-flop-flap)
    Scary Perry (Jesus was a conservative)
    Newt GingGrinch (Dead beat wants to take on dead beats)
    AIPAC Santorum (War is the economy)

    At least Ron Paul said the truth. Foreign Aid-Military Complex.
    Anyone who thinks the banks and Fed can resolve anything until we address the combine is a fool. Patches and retreads.

    Four more years was written on the wall. Everytime someone gets too big, they knock em down a peg. They know who’s in charge and the decision was already handed down. Just wait until we get the next term “Botswana Message”

  16. A Farce for the Fools! That’s it. Cinematic Theatre in Kabuki makeup. Once you see it for what it is — you can never view things without extreme cynicism.

    The “Change” We the People can believe in, is when a great mass of the masses finally “get it” that they’ve been played all along. All of the Players top-to-bottom must be shown to be fraudulent, to be treasonous, to “deserve” to be removed from positions of power and policy-making.

    It is astounding that people think bankers, politicians, and corporations are “benefactors”…? Where did this completely false idea come from? The newspapers, TV, schooling, the last generation? It is this false concept that needs to be shot down and put to rest. That is a starting place.

  17. “Consider certain features of the lives of three men. The first was a very wealthy man. In l787, many considered him the richest man in all the thirteen states. His will of l789 revealed that he owned 35,000 acres in Virginia and 1,119 acres in Maryland. He owned property in Washington valued (in l799 dollars) at $l9,132, in Alexandria at $4,000, in Winchester at $400, and in Bath at $800. He also held $6,246 worth of U.S. securities, $10,666 worth of shares in the James River Company, $6,800 worth of stock in the Bank of Columbia, and $1,000 worth of stock in the Bank of Alexandria. His livestock was valued at $15,653. As early as 1773, he had enslaved 216 human beings who were not emancipated until after he and his wife had both died.”
    ~Jerry Fresia

    This man was George Washington.

  18. Brian Price, an American historian who has spent countless hours studying early American elites’ rise to power, asks a similar question: “Is it possible for a class which exterminates the native peoples of the Americas, replaces them by raping Africa for humans it then denigrates and dehumanizes as slaves, while cheapening and degrading its own working class – is it possible for such a class to create democracy, equality, and to advance the cause of human freedom?” The implicit answer is, “No. Of course not.”


  19. That is a terrific point, Rogue1.

    “Give your flu-shot to an elite Today!”

    • Yea, I have been on the trail of this beast since reading THE POWER ELITE by Mills some 35-40 years ago.

      Just recently I came across orders given by George Washington to the troops under his command to exterminate – men, women, and children – a whole tribe of “savages” during his tenure as a general for the British.

      I also came across orders by Jefferson, to do the very same thing.
      These are from documents in the Congressional Library.

      So we see clearly that the self evidence that all men are created equal, had some very real qualifications and exceptions in the views of the “founders”.

      Real history is a disquieting thing for a thinking person. Is it not?

  20. So the question arises, if some 80% of the 99% are blithering maniacs created by the Public Relations Regime…what chance is there for sanity to come to pass in any instance here?

    I am sorry to be so blunt in my analysis COTO. But as I see it, Liberty and Justice are no nearer today than they have been in the last three hundred deluded years of nationhood.

    Me thinks God is going to have to sort things out.

  21. “Me thinks God is going to have to sort things out.”

    Yea or those aliens that keep drawing those pretty crop circles everywhere :):):)

    • You know Jayjee,

      Those crop circles are a fascinating phenomenoid.

      I really cannot believe they are made by a bunch of gumbahs with flat boards stomping around in the dark with strings and slide rules…

      There are messages in those signs…

      If we could only grok them.

      Another possiblitoid is that they are done by laser by satellites…??
      Another ruse of some sort, for who knows what reason. [????]

  22. Monsanto crop circles? Heh Heh Herf.

    • “Monsanto crop circles?”

      Huh…that’d be the ‘crap circles’ bob.

      [A take on, “that’d hafta be the butt Bob – one of the truly funny moments on TV – the dating game]

  23. “All communities divide themselves into the few and the many. The first are the rich and well born, the other the mass of the people. The voice of the people has been said to be the voice of God; and however generally this maxim has been quoted and believed, it is not true in fact. The people are turbulent and changing; they seldom judge or determine right. Give therefore to the first class a distinct, permanent share in the government. They will check the unsteadiness of the Second….Can a democratic assembly who annually revolve in the mass of the people, be supposed steadily to pursue the public good? Nothing but a permanent body can check the imprudence of democracy….It is admitted that you cannot have a good executive upon a democratic plan.”~Alexander Hamilton

  24. As for myself, I am satisfied that this “Elite Plan for a New World Social Order” in fact goes back to the very founding of the republic. That the “Founding Fathers” were in fact oligarchical elites bent on a private economic empire.

    I assert that this is evident in the whole of the history of The United States, and that any egalitarian impulse of the people has ALWAYS been met with oppressive force, from the beginning unto this very day.

    One thing that has always concerned me is that the right of Habeus Corpus is defined as a “privilege” in the Constitution…throwing back the rights of the people to the 13th century. And this is in the body of the document and not Superseded by the Bill of Rights.

  25. The Framers, who approved the enslavement of human beings and who sought to prevent the political participation of the poor, women, and Native Americans, are considered by many as terribly progressive for the eighteenth century.2 Ideological managers would have us forget that the phrase borrowed from the Iroquois by the Framers, and exploited, (“We, the people, to form a union, to establish peace, equity and order…”) was taken from the Iroquois Treaty of 1520. ~Bruce E. Johansen, Forgotten Founders

  26. Jersey Girl… this one’s for you…

    Black THIS Out: Ron Paul 2012

  27. ah crap… the link:

  28. Occupy Wall Street:
    Washington Still Doesn’t Get It
    by Matt Taibbi

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