FOR CHANGE AGAIN
By Joe Kress
March 27, 2013
The New World Order advocates never envisioned a situation where global corporations’ headquarters , located in the United States, are in the process of a reversal - moving their industrial production from the unstable, financially strapped European Union, the chaotic Middle East and from China where wages are higher, restrictions severe and its government less than neutral towards the West.
The good old Uncle Sam remains mighty attractive, since it probably has more oil and natural gas with Canada than all of the Middle East. It’s natural resources, its minerals, and underground reservoirs, its forests make possible to pay off debt and interest to the Chinese government before it claims its collateral on our near default U.S. Treasury Bonds. If we act in our own interests, we can fiscally save our teetering economy and its spendthrift, uncontrolled, rancorous government. It’s not too late!
For nearly 100 years, our government administrations favored embroilment with world interests, other than its own. Now, it has a chance to be independent from the policy of protecting other nations that bleed our wealth and soldiers’ blood; vote against us in the United Nations and side with our detractors. Yet, these international cretins insist that the U.S. citizen must contribute to funding the UN’s objectives to perpetuate world government which is nothing more than another Tower of Babel doomed for failure.
We also have, what can only be described as the enemy within, those who subscribe to a UN tax on the internet; a tax on financial transactions, on stock transaction, on earned interest, all of which is to support the International Monetary Fund which sets its own rules to protect International Banking institutions and enslaves third world borrowers by insisting on its own solutions. As an example: It insists on massive dams where digging wells would suffice for the local populations, or forcing unneeded infrastructure costs at exorbitant interest rates. Argentina revolted and refused to pay the debt to the IMF and in-turn gained international financial wrath that impoverished it.
The IMF depends almost entirely on United States financial contributions. Hillary Clinton and her husband, the former president, Harry Reed, the Senate Majority Leader, Nancy and her entourage in the House, the entire Obama White House favors international gun control, a supreme Court located at The Hague, and its unelected judges who would override our courts and the US Constitution. The in-roads that guide Barry Hussein Obama already are in place. His edicts rule out congress and in effect, Supreme Court decisions that haven’t been yet addressed. In four years, he dictated and implemented more than a hundred presidential directives while congress was on recess - more than any former administration by a factor of ten. His Medical Insurance Plan is key to controlling each and every citizen, leaving them without due recourse.
The attack on the US Constitution began with Wilson and his banker friends. Later, Woodrow stated, that a power exists, so great in control, is to fear even mentioning its name (paraphrased). He also said, before he died, that I have failed and ruined my country (paraphrased).
The remarks by a number of the Marxist left in Congress, and a few Neo-cons within the Republican Party have made declarations that the U.S. Constitution is dead and should be retired in that glass case where it remains only a historic piece of paper.
It isn’t too late to recover from the forces that wish to destroy our country and make it nothing but another member of the third world.
We have a lot in our favor that will reverse the present heinous process. Besides those International corporations returning, there is an exodus of really smart, innovative engineers, scientists, physicists and entrepreneurs also arriving. Students from all over the world clamor to enter our universities. They have passports and temporary resident visas. They really see only opportunity to excel rather here than in their own countries that are in decline.
The United States has a history of innovation born from the combined efforts of immigrants. It is happening again, although many who arrive are illegal and violate our laws. They do not have the skills necessary to compete, thus they become a burden rather than an asset. The Obama Administration openly indorses the concept of open borders for political reelection purposes and for the future of the Marx/Socialist state. There is a sure vote for every dime spent to support mendicants. The Nanny state drains our treasury and has done so since Delano Roosevelt’s Administration, followed on by a succession of administrations; the Johnson Administration, was a major violator that participated in wars and social welfare without paying the costs. The last Bush Administration did the same. We have a long way to go and the fuse is short before the explosion.
American Colleges and Universities are key to a solution. From schools like MIT’s superior scientific advanced studies; Duke, Harvard, Princeton, University of Pennsylvania, Wharton School of Finance, University of South Carolina’s prestigious school of International business; Georgia Tech’s engineering awards, Clemson University, engineering and design; Texas A& M, engineering; Georgetown’s school of Foreign Service and Law; Notre Dame - the list numbers in the hundreds from small, inexpensive colleges with noted advancements in fields of political science, philosophy, and academics following the example of the giants. Forbes lists 500 of the best. Our future is centered on innovation and experiments in cyber space and electronics and computers innovated by home grown geniuses such as the founders of Microsoft and Apple.
Competition among nations presently appears to be a race to the bottom, whereby those who have the ability to create their own money, based on issuing debt in the form of bonds, are in the same boat as those who can’t obtain credit. The race is really to cheapen currency as fast as the competition. The purpose of having the least costly and attractive products for export to create jobs is the final recourse of governments in trouble. A strong currency is a sign of stability. It is a road to hell when interest is not paid to the lenders or depositors and people then search dangerous avenues to receive a return on money. Gold, precious metals, jewels, paintings - anything that has value prevents starvation. Before, during and after wars, going back through the centuries, the same scenarios reoccur. Even in ancient Roman times, panic beset the nobles and those in the Senate, but alas all was for naught. The Dark Ages took over and returned the western nations to a level equal to the beginnings of civilization.
Our land mass is strategic, made to order for trade with its proximity to Canada, Mexico, ports on the Great Lakes and the St. Lawrence Seaway, the Gulf of Mexico, both the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans; easy access to the Panama Canal and the Far East and South America. Strategically, we are blessed. Politically, we are cursed so long as we ignore Alexander Tytler’s famous admonition “A democracy cannot exist as a permanent form of government. It can only exist until the majority discovers it can vote itself largess out of the public treasury. After that, the majority always votes for the candidate promising the most benefits with the result the democracy collapses because of the loose fiscal policy ensuring, always to be followed by a dictatorship, then a monarchy.” Obviously, a democratic republic has built in it, despite our founding father’s wise council that wasn’t followed; the same abuses and flaws exist in 2013 as it did pre 1789. It is all too evident that we are at the early stage of dictatorship.
The earliest confirmed quote that was attributed to Tytler’s cycle sequence of events was confirmed by Henning Webb Prentis, Jr., President of the Armstrong Cork Company in 1943. “The historical cycle seems to be from bondage to spiritual faith; from spiritual faith to courage; from courage to liberty; from liberty to abundance; from abundance to selfishness; from selfishness to apathy; from apathy to dependency; from dependency back to bondage once more.” The above quotes may be referenced through Google search: Alexander Frasier Tytler, historian.
The way out of our mess is to first clean out our congress using impeachments for dereliction of duty and in case of the top executive, a criminal charge for usurpation of power. Waiting for an election to clear this congress of imbedded political rascals is almost impossible given the way the system works.
In addition, opening up the massive oil and gas reserves…worth trillions of dollars and at least five million new well-paying jobs; eliminate TARP, a nebulous invention of the corrupt and those of the loony tunes who approve any solution so long as it is bad.
Next, reduce the tax rate on business, the highest in the world that forces out rather than brings in business and enterprises. Next, change the IRS’s job and implement a flat tax to treat people and industries on a plain of fairness; eliminate the mountain of tax preparations.
Next, audit the Federal Reserve; eliminate private foreign banking interests from dictating the rules and prevent it from money creation without solid backing. Reestablish hard assets, such as gold, or federal lands for backing and quit calling our currency a note without any promise to pay, not even the canard faith and “charity” in the not-so-solid US Treasury.
Here is a list that is almost certain to happen, if solutions aren’t addressed to fit the need for employment just to keep the country stable. It is recognized that the more science and the improvement in the efficiency of production through automation there is an unintended threat, a less need for a large work force. Entire factories, as those in the automotive industry, require only a fraction of the workforce heretofore needed. Those who meet the education requirements, mainly technical, are innovative and will find work; those who are not trained could land in breadlines for their immediate and long term future.
1. Unemployment will rise exponentially. Jobs, regardless of the over the cliff experience will be replaced by electronics, communications, sophisticated machines, new methodologies and unheard of scientific development.
2. Scientific advancement in production will obviate the need for workers who lack skills.
3. Millions of workers will be unable to find full time employment or any employment.
4. Unskilled workers will depend on retail establishments or service type jobs that will not have benefits other than those offered by government at taxpayer expense and there will be no pensions or medical care as we now know it. Even charitable organizations will be strained to the limits. Pay scales to fit accordingly.
5. Hospitals will be layovers for the emaciated and those in need of medicines and surgery, but left untreated for lack of staff and operating funds.
6. The US treasury will default. The enormous federal debt, in addition to those states that now face bankruptcy, will resort to new creative currencies or barter.
Subscribe to the NewsWithViews Daily News Alerts!
7. Our military will become the new Hessians to be loaned out to any country or revolutionary force that will pay them. Our weapons will go to rust - the way of the old Soviet Union.
8. The religious organizations charities will dry up.
9. The Bill of Rights will be considered a joke.
10. Department of Homeland Security will end up in charge of the National Guard, CIA, FBI and the National Intelligence Agency. FEMA will be in charge of gulags. Marshall law will be ordered by a dictator called the New World Order.
11. The Animal Farm will be in charge.
Click here for part -----> 1,
© 2013 Joe Kress - All Rights