Friday, December 12, 2008

The Crisis Continues - More

The cost of the Bailout is up to $8.5 trillion and rising weekly. An "informed" friend of mine yesterday still thinks it's a mere $700 billion. Just goes to show: 1. how effective the mainstream media propaganda is, and 2. how wicked the banksters are. Meanwhile, Jim Rogers declares most large US banks "totally bankrupt." Bob Chapman updates his warning Hyperinflation and then the Second Great Depression. Pension funds are but one of the next shoes to drop.

Meanwhile, the Fed refuses to reveal the recipients of $2 trillion in bailout loans. They've also refused to allow an audit of their books, or the gold supposedly in Ft. Knox for years. Ron Paul continues to warn that the Fed's printing of money is the root of the problem. When will the American people wake up to the criminality of the Republicrats and stop playing their two-party game?

QuagmireWatch: Nato is paying protection money to the Taliban to stay in Afghanistan! The West is indirectly funding the insurgency in Afghanistan thanks to a system of payoffs to Taleban commanders who charge protection money to allow convoys of military supplies to reach Nato bases in the south of the country."

ObamaWatch: Is Rahm Emanuel the Obama advisor involved in the reported negotiations to fill the vacated Illinois Senate seat? Why won't he answer questions about whether he had a role? And the facts recorded at the time show that Obama did, in fact, meet with Blagojevich about his replacement. So now do we have Blogogate? It's always the cover-up that gets them.

Joel Skousen, in his latest newsletter, writes that the "fix is in" as the Supreme Court refuses to deal with the issue of Obama's eligibility.

". . . the matter will never be officially resolved. The extent of the collusion to mask Obama's birth place has been widespread. Obama has refused to allow any review of his college and university records. This is surely because his applications for entrance or his applications for financial aid contain statements that either he was foreign born or that he applied for aid as a foreign student. If there wasn't something incriminating there, he would have opened them for review. The State Department refuses to document how Obama got a US passport. Obama never held a US passport until his visit to Kenya, though he traveled to and from the US on several occasions. That means he was traveling under another nation's passport -most likely Indonesia where he was a citizen.

Hawaii continues to collude in this conspiracy by refusing to reveal the source of his mother's Certification of Birth in Hawaii--which is surely falsified since researchers have checked with every single hospital in Hawaii and found no record of his mother giving birth there.

Lastly, the media was in total collusion with this conspiracy. There was a virtual and total blackout . . . . Only this Monday, after the Supreme Court ruled to not hear the case, did all the major media report on it. This indicates they were, indeed, following the story, but deliberately refused to warn the American people of its facts and impact.

The best evidence all points to Obama's birth in Kenya as confirmed by his grandmother, and certified by her translator. Officials in Kenya have also been a party to this conspiracy to deceive. Several officials have stated to Jerome Corsi and others that his birth place is widely known in Kenya--which is proud to have a favorite son occupying the White House. Even the Kenyan Ambassador to the US let it slip in a radio interview that the government was planning an official monument to that fact until he was forced to retract all statements about Obama's birth in Kenya to ensure Obama wouldn't be disqualified."

I highly recommend Joel's excellent weekly World Affairs Brief, which deals with wide-ranging geopolitical stories, with a unique perspective that looks behind the scenes to the way the world really works. A subscription is a bargain for the wealth of information and analysis he provides.

The Fourth Turning is a thought-provoking book I read ten years ago. It identifies a recurring, predictable generational cycle over 500 years of Anglo-American history. This essay gives good reason we're moving into the "Fourth Turning," a generational crisis, as serious as we've ever faced. "America will enter a new era that will culminate with a crisis comparable to the American Revolution, the Civil War, the Great Depression, and World War II. The survival of the nation will almost certainly be at stake."

I highly suggest you read the essay, and the book. We will need all the wisdom and leadership we can muster to come through this crisis with our freedom intact.

And just when we don't need yet another crisis, it seems that the US needs just two more states to ratify a call for a Constitutional Convention (ConCon) to rewrite the Constitution. The issue is currently pending in Ohio.

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