Sep 19, 2009
U.S. Government Stages Fake Coup To Wipe Out National Debt
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Death Penalty: Article 2 of Protocol No 6 to the ECHR
CFR & ECHR are legally binding under Lisbon
Art. 48 TEU of the Lisbon Treaty: “The Treaties may be amended in accordance by an ordinary revision procedure or by simplified revision procedures”
Art. 1 TEU: “The Union shall replace and succeed the European Community”
Art. 47 TEU: “The Union shall have legal personality.”
Art 37 TEU: “The Union may conclude agreements with one or more States or international organisations in areas covered by this Chapter.”
Art. 21.2.h TEU: “promote an international system” and “global governance”
26.4 TEU:” The common foreign and security policy” will use “national and Union resources.”
Art. 42.3 TEU: “Member States shall undertake progressively to improve their military capabilities.”
Art. 42.3 TEU: “Member States shall make civilian and military capabilities available to the Union for the implementation of the common security and defence policy”
EU President: Art. 15 TEU: “The European Council shall elect its President, by a qualified majority, for a term of two and a half years, renewable once.”
Since EU membership, we estimate European vessels have taken up to €200 billion worth of fish out of our waters - Mr Ebbie Sheehan, Irish Fishermens Organisation. Ireland received €60 Billion. Conned out of €140 billion, more if processing is included.
Bureaucrat quote: Day said the treaty will give the EU the power to “speak with one voice in helping to shape THE new world order.”
(Irish Times, 7 Sept 2009) - Catherine Day, Secretary-General of the European Commission.
Also watch: END OF NATIONS - EU Takeover & the Lisbon Treaty (Film) by Wise Up Journal
The new edifice is the latest development in a burgeoning euro-quarter in Brussels Photo: POLYGON GRAPHICS
A state of the art building that will cost taxpayers £280 million is to be built in Brussels to showcase the European Union’s growing global ambitions and house the office of a new President.
More reverse psychology psy-ops: "Al Qaeda" warns German voters: change your government in Sept. 27 election or face a "bad awakening"
The EU’s military police force can be deployed to squash public disobedience making sure the the status quo - otherwise called “public order” - is maintained keeping the public in order for it’s managers.
-- It’s all the rage these days to sell public assets to pay off government debt. We mustn’t default, after all. We just hate to see our national parks, public roads, energy grids, water, hospitals and schools being sold to robber barons. Do we have anything to sell that the majority of Americans wouldn’t mind parting with?
What about all that Pentagon real estate owned by US taxpayers? Over 1,000 military bases worldwide. That real estate must be worth a fortune. Given the worldwide inflation of real estate values, created by the central banks, it must be worth trillions. We could close our worldwide military bases and sell that real estate to the locals who would probably jump at the chance to get rid of a foreign occupying army. We could ask the buyers to pay for the land with worthless Federal Reserve notes. That would solve their problem of how to get rid of their worthless US dollars and simultaneously give Americans a sufficient amount of worthless dollars to pay back the Federal Reserve for the national debt they created with worthless Federal Reserve notes. Without those military bases we couldn’t have wars and we should be able to drastically reduce the Pentagon budget, saving even more money ~ and lives! Just think of it … close to one trillion dollars every year being sucked up by the Pentagon would be liberated for health care, education, infrastructure and a peacetime economy. We could even get rid of the Pentagon all together. After all, we lived quite comfortably without it for 170 years.
While we’re at it, we could sell off those secret CIA torture prisons; close all those military labs that make chemical and biological weapons and the pharmaceutical labs that create deadly vaccines. This would free up enough cash to save our hospitals, schools and national parks with money left over to clean up all the depleted uranium sites contaminating 39 of our states.
We could get rid of the domestic surveillance apparatus and stop outsourcing intelligence gathering to private “security” firms, cancel the contracts with mercenaries and assassins, stop funding military recruiters in our schools and stop paying for coups in countries where people would rather elect their own leaders. That would save a fortune. Selling off the whole covert operations apparatus would have the double advantage of fetching a good price and freeing other people to live their lives in peace.
If we wanted to permanently flourish we could get rid of the Federal Reserve and restore the function of money creation to the public ~ constitutional money backed by the full faith and credit of US citizens. A new monetary system owned and controlled by the public would ensure that credit is always available to cities and states, schools, hospitals, small businesses and homeowners. We wouldn’t have to sell off the public assets we value because we wouldn’t have any government debt. Problem solved.
The public has plenty of toxic assets to sell. Wall Street hasn’t cornered that market. I wonder why Obama hasn’t thought of this himself. Perhaps the $900,000 in “campaign contributions” from Goldman Sachs is clouding his vision or perhaps the advice he gets from the privately-owned Federal Reserve is self-serving; perhaps the corporate CEOs that rake in billions from public despair have his ear or perhaps the beneficiaries of Pentagon wars have convinced him that killing people in Afghanistan and Iraq will bring greater returns than selling off the toxic assets Americans really don’t want.
Paying off the national debt is a no brainer when you have a conscience.
This article is an excerpt from a more detailed work on the history of organized crime syndicates masquerading as the US government: http://nikkialexander.wordpress.com
Dangerous Crossroads: Missile Defense and Washington’s Foolish Eurasia Strategy The Obama Biden Policy of Denigration and Confrontation
Eight months into the Obama Presidency the outlines of Administration foreign policy are becoming very clear and what is emerging is a foreign policy establishment flying blind on automatic pilot, evidently unable to make the fundamental policy changes required of its new geopolitical and economic position in the world since the collapse of the Greenspan “revolution in finance” September 2008. For the first time since it emerged as the world’s dominant power after 1945 the US policy establishment is unable to combine its military “stick” with any economic “carrot.” The Obama effort marks the end of an era of geopolitics. Latest reports that Obama has decided to cancel US plans for an anti-nuclear missile defense in Poland and the Czech Republic suggest that a major internal battle is underway among US policy elites over what has clearly been a failed US foreign policy strategy.
White the Obama Administration has made big fanfare about a so-called “reset” of US-Russian relations, it is clear the reset intended is back to the disastrous (for Russia) Yeltsin era of chaos and collapse of Russian state power in the early 1990’s. What is ignored are the clear strategic-based reasons for the dramatic deterioration in US-Russian relations—Washington and Washington-led NATO have posed an existential challenge to the very survival of Russia as a nation by Washington’s series of power coups or “color revolutions,” most clearly the 2003-2004 revolutions in Ukraine and in Georgia which placed pro-NATO de facto puppet regimes in power on Moscow’s most strategic periphery.
The strategic significance of “missile defense”
Adding to the appearance as seen from Moscow that US intent is to ultimately destroy Russia was the US insistence, until now endorsed by Obama, to place highly offensive missile and radar installations into Poland and the Czech Republic, the mis-named US “ballistic missile defense.” As former US military experts have put it, missile defense is the key to nuclear first strike. Whether or not Obama definitively cancels the missile defense plans will be a decisive indication if serious US rethinking is possible or not.
The fact that after Obama’s July meeting with Medvedev and Putin, Obama sent Biden on the provocative tour of Ukraine and Georgia made clear to Russia what Washington policy offers: nothing but negative consequences for Russia. Obama policy towards Russia was clearly nothing fundamentally different from Bush policy. As seen then in Moscow, it was a bankrupt US strategic policy, one on “automatic pilot.”
That policy, it was clear, would produce significant reactions globally that Washington was and is ill-prepared to counter, further underscoring the impotence of the United States as the global superpower. By declaring openly that Russia is not taken seriously by Washington, Biden and the Obama Administration revealed an arrogance not backed by strength in their own economic power. Russia has significant options to undercut America’s geopolitical strategy of divide-and-rule over Eurasia. Key are Russian relations with Iran, Afghanistan and China.
Washington strategy backfires
More: EURASIA SECURITY: NEW US ANTI-MISSILE VISION HAS HEAVY EMPHASIS ON THE CAUCASUS 9/18/09
Moscow’s muted contentment over the about-face in US missile defense plans in Europe may not last long. The Pentagon, it seems, is considering moving anti-missile radar systems from Russia’s European front yard to its backyard, the Caucasus.
On September 17, US President Barack Obama announced that Washington would not move ahead with plans to place an anti missile system in the Czech Republic and Poland. Russia had long been a vocal opponent of the plan, first developed by former president George W. Bush’s administration. [For background see the Eurasia Insight archive]. Obama indicated that the missile defense system’s primary focus would be on Iran, which is widely suspected of developing nuclear weapons capabilities. [For background see the Eurasia Insight archive].
[Editor’s Note: Davit Darchiashvili is the former director of the Open Society Georgia Foundation, which is affiliated with the New York-based Open Society Institute (OSI). EurasiaNet operates under OSI’s auspices, but functions separately from the Open Society Georgia Foundation.]
Political leaders in Moscow offered tepid praise for the Obama administration’s decision to reorient its missile defense plans. But Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov indicated that despite the US gesture, Moscow would not be inclined to go along with any move by Washington to tighten sanctions on Iran as a means of compelling Tehran’s cooperation on the nuclear issue. Lavrov described any possible attempt to heap additional sanctions on Iran as a "serious mistake," according to a report distributed by the Interfax news agency.
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