Seismic change as Liberals and Conservatives discover a common enemy in Wall Street and Federal Reserve Bank
Oct 04, 2011
Wall Street protests have been spreading nationwide in the past weeks. As liberals, they are against Fascism. I remember years ago at the University of Minnesota that this was the boogeyman of the Socialist/Communist crowd. Rightwingers don't normally hold up Fascism as the enemy, but prefer to use other terms.
The dictionary definition of Fascism is this:
"A system of government that exercises a dictatorship of the extreme right, typically through the merging of state and business leadership, together with a belligerent nationalism."
This is essentially what happened when the international banks took over America through the Federal Reserve Bank in 1913-14. We call it Mystery (secret) Babylon. It is a world-wide economic system that has secretly taken over the political apparatus. First they took control in 1914, and then they bankrupted America and foreclosed on it in 1933 without our knowledge.
Supposedly, in Fascism, government takes over business, but in fact it is the other way around. Then they promote Nationalism in order to make everyone feel patriotic toward the banker-controlled government.
"We lean left, but there have been tea party people stopping by here who have said, 'Hey, we like what you're doing,'" said Jason Potteiger, a media coordinator for the Boston protesters.
It is interesting that the issue of the Federal Reserve System itself is now coming under attack by both liberals and conservatives. For many years the liberal side has fought "capitalism," largely as an ally of Socialism and even Communism. (They were funded by the big capitalists without realizing it.) But now they have turned against their sponsors by calling for the overthrow of the FED.
Here is where liberals and conservatives are now finding common ground. That must be giving Bernanke a sore neck as he contemplates a noose. Our secret rulers for a long time have succeeded in dividing the people into two camps (Liberal and Conservative) in order to control both sides. Those distinctions are now breaking down as both sides find that they have the same enemy.
Protesters in St. Louis stood on a street corner a few blocks from the shimmering Gateway Arch, carrying signs that read, "How Did The Cat Get So Fat?," ''You're a Pawn in Their Game" and "We Want The Sacks Of Gold Goldman Sachs Stole From Us."
We may see a few protesters in St. Louis this week end. It looks like they will be near the Millennium Hotel, which is a block from the Gateway Arch.
Heads are rolling. The Babylonian image is about to lose its Head of Gold(man Sachs). Don't underestimate the signs of the times.