Bankers Hate Peace

The following article reveals what is truly the reason for Merica waging war on the world. It’s time to realize that your Merican Dream is and always has been a nightmare for the rest of the world!

Do you still consider Hitler and the other Nazis as being inhuman monsters? Well then, you should also consider Rockefeller and Carnegie, and many others, as monsters as well.

Read the following article and find out the real truth about your government and the elite-swine bankers who own and operate it!

Thanks, once again, to News for the Revolution!

News for the Revolution

All Wars Are Bankers’ Wars

By WashingtonsBlog
March a6, 2015
Washington’s Blog

Bankers hate peace …

As Lee Fang writes:

The possibility of an Iran nuclear deal depressing weapons sales was raised by Myles Walton, an analyst from Germany’s Deutsche Bank, during a Lockheed earnings call this past January 27. Walton asked Marillyn Hewson, the chief executive of Lockheed Martin, if an Iran agreement could “impede what you see as progress in foreign military sales.” Financial industry analysts such as Walton use earnings calls as an opportunity to ask publicly-traded corporations like Lockheed about issues that might harm profitability.

Hewson replied that “that really isn’t coming up,” but stressed that “volatility all around the region” should continue to bring in new business. According to Hewson, “A lot of volatility, a lot of instability, a lot of things that are happening” in both the Middle East and the Asia-Pacific region means both are “growth areas” for…

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Does this look like Recovery?

For those of you who believe everything they hear from government and media stooges, here is a sobering article you should read! Wake up!

Concerned American Dad

from Jim Quinn of The Burning Platform blog,

“At this juncture, the impact on the broader economy and financial markets of the problems in the subprime market seems likely to be contained.” – Fed chairman, Ben Bernanke, Congressional testimony, March, 2007


“Capitalism without financial failure is not capitalism at all, but a kind of socialism for the rich.” – James Grant, Grant’s Interest Rate Observer

The Federal Reserve issued their fourth quarter Report on Household Debt and Credit last week to the sounds of silence in the mainstream media. There were minor press releases issued by the “professional” financial journalists regurgitating the Federal Reserve’s storyline. Actual analysis, connecting the dots, describing how the massive issuance of student loan and auto loan debt has produced a fake economic recovery, and how the accelerating default rates in auto loans and student loans will produce the next subprime debt implosion, were nowhere…

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“Can You Hear Them Laughing?”

There is a minority of insane elite-creatures laughing at you, Mr and Ms Merica. And I guess you like them laughing at you, or at least it would appear that way: Can You Hear Them Laughing? By freefall Contributor, I was drinking a Corona beer awhile back and noticed that its emblem has a … Continue reading “Can You Hear Them Laughing?”

Capitalism: How Do You like it Now, Mr and Ms Merica?

Here is a more than disturbing article for you to peruse and ponder, Mr and Ms Merica: Corporations Lobbying Government Reap 76,000% Return on Investment Nick Bernabe Activist Post Forget the penny stocks, amateurs, the greatest investment you can make in America is bribing the government to give you political favors. According to research conducted … Continue reading Capitalism: How Do You like it Now, Mr and Ms Merica?

The Dream of a Stateless Society

This is my dream as well!

The Most Revolutionary Act

Engines of Domination

Film Review

In Engines of Domination, filmmaker Justin Jezewski and author Mark Corske lay out a historical and philosophical argument for anarchism – a stateless society people run themselves via direct democracy.

They begin by comparing class society to sheep herding. The latter began around 10,000 BC. Class society began around 5,000 BC when institutions of power (initially kings and priests and later nations and corporations) began domesticating people as well as plants and animals. The goal of this kind of domestication is to capture the energy of an entire community. Initially chattel slavery was the primary mechanism employed to domesticate human beings.

Since no one agrees voluntarily to being treated this way, this has to be done through a combination of force and deception.  The methods employed were developed over centuries through a process of trial and error. “Engines of domination” are the historical…

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