How It Will End

you are the enemy

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Michael Ruppert 1951 – 2014

Many people I’ve met over the years never heard of Taibbi, Keiser or even Greenwald, but they all knew who Michael Ruppert was – I never understood that, but his words were powerful and the way he carried himself left an indelible impression.

This film woke so many people up

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Memorial:  Friday, April 18 at 5PM – NYC – Statue of Washington Union Square
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Abby Martin’s Tribute
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Michael Ruppert’s Wiki
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what we’re up against
if you are in the 2nd group of passengers please contact me
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Study – US Is an Oligarchy Not a Democracy

oligarchsMajor Study Finds That The US Is An Oligarchy
Zachary Davies Boren

The US government does not represent the interests of the majority of the country’s citizens, but is instead ruled by those of the rich and powerful, a new study from Princeton and Northwestern Universities has concluded.

The report, entitled Testing Theories of American Politics: Elites, Interest Groups, and Average Citizens, used extensive policy data collected from between the years of 1981 and 2002 to empirically determine the state of the US political system.

After sifting through nearly 1,800 US policies enacted in that period and comparing them to the expressed preferences of average Americans (50th percentile of income), affluent Americans (90th percentile) and large special interests groups, researchers concluded that the United States is dominated by its economic elite.

The peer-reviewed study, which will be taught at these universities in September, says: “The central point that emerges from our research is that economic elites and organized groups representing business interests have substantial independent impacts on US government policy, while mass-based interest groups and average citizens have little or no independent influence.”

Researchers concluded that US government policies rarely align with the the preferences of the majority of Americans, but do favour special interests and lobbying organizations: “When a majority of citizens disagrees with economic elites and/or with organized interests, they generally lose. Moreover, because of the strong status quo bias built into the US political system, even when fairly large majorities of Americans favour policy change, they generally do not get it.”

The positions of powerful interest groups are “not substantially correlated with the preferences of average citizens”, but the politics of average Americans and affluent Americans sometimes does overlap. This merely a coincidence, the report says, with the the interests of the average American being served almost exclusively when it also serves those of the richest 10 per cent.

The theory of “biased pluralism” that the Princeton and Northwestern researchers believe the US system fits holds that policy outcomes “tend to tilt towards the wishes of corporations and business and professional associations.”

The study comes in the wake of McCutcheon v. Federal Election Commission, a controversial piece of legislation passed in The Supreme Court that abolished campaign contribution limits, and record low approval ratings for the US congress.
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Capitalism

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If you’re still supporting the two party duopoly in the US you are not only the problem you are a slave.
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sadists

ahSomeone asked me for a different word to describe bankers and the corporate super rich. Many words and phrases were offered, but after thinking about this for a number of weeks I arrived at the conclusion that bankers and the corporate super rich are sadists.

Sadism is a behavioral disorder characterized by callous, vicious, manipulative, and degrading behavior expressed towards other people.

Gandhi once said, “Poverty is the worst form of violence.”

When you have a small group of people who hold so much wealth, not two or three times more wealth, but thousands of times more wealth, wealth given by the earth for free, transformed and manipulated, and when that wealth isn’t put to good and moral use spread amongst the people through raised living standards, education, good nutrition and accumulated health care from thousands of years of history and public research that makes you a fucking sadist.

If you are a moral human being you know there are absolutely no excuses in this age with all the knowledge and wealth we have accumulated throughout the whole of human history that can not be efficiently dispersed for the betterment of all humans beings on this planet. There are absolutely no excuses unless, you are a sadist.

And if you think these sadist have earned and deserve every penny of their wealth and opportunity; whether by the luck of a sperm, a large collection of suckers or just plan dumb luck, that makes you their degenerate sycophant (ds).
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It’s time to play your part, without any doubt in your words and with every gesture it’s time to decide where and with whom you stand.

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Hypotheses: The super rich control and own everything.
Observations: 2014 – The Bundy ranch made headway with the perceived threat of violence. 1968 – After the death of MLK black communities across the US made headway by rising up with outbursts of violence, unity under one cause. Numbers matter, Organization Skills Required, Leadership Skills Needed, United Philosophy/Cause, Doing The Right and Just Thing, Giving Up Is Not An Option.
Theory: When standing up to sadists and their boot licking toadies they will cower.
Test: TBA

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What to do with these sadists and their ds, thoughts?
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Bundy Ranch and State Secession

Prediction & Harolds

Bundy-Protest

Briefly: A friend made the argument that folks showing up with guns at the Bundy Ranch was a good idea, unlike #OWS where people showed up with cardboard, sharpies and their good will.

The observation he put forth was, which group made more progress?

He argued that for the FEDs if anyone ended up dead it would have been a nightmare. If Bundy died he would have been made a martyr, not to mention a lot of really really bad PR for the FEDs – and I say PR because Washington DC is nothing, but a big giant lying get-rich-quick ad campaign commercial. Most thinking people already know this and even the dim now suspect it -

The last thing Obama needs after the Big Insurance Gift of failed Health Care, torture, undeclared wars, droning Americans Citizens (albeit brown people), Benghazi, NSA Spying, NDAA, arming Al Qaeda in Syria, and the on going energy economic mess in the Ukraine, not to mention the endless bank bailouts – still going on – and this low wage bullshit economy is another Waco or Ruby Ridge.

So the BLM retreating was not only the wise thing to do it was a very smart thing to do.

BUT, I’m about to go Casandra on your ass – this, dear reader is in no way the end to the Bundy Ranchgate Bunkerville Standoffish Harassment.

Yeah, militia, Oath Keepers and 2nd Amendment Liberty Minded folk are feelin’ pretty damn good right now – they’ve been basking in the sunny Nevada sun and whooping it up, they are #WINNING!

However, most are bout ready to head on home after this glorious battle against armed and canine protected brown shirt bureaucrats. Woo Hoo!

But a lot of these old world Constitutionalists type protectors aren’t living in what 21st century thinkers would call ‘the modern world,’ or if you’re a Terry Gilliam fan, Brazil.

They don’t understand that the Corporate owned FED is forever, like Wall Street Banks they can wait you out on anything – they control the courts, the money, communication and all the red-tape, not to mention if needs be all the guns and weapons they have at their disposal.

In short, Bundy will lose in the end. The Fed will wait for him to die, meanwhile running up his fees and penalties. They will put a lean on his property; if they haven’t already, so he can’t sell unless he or someone else evens up his accounts with the government – Death And Taxes.

It get’s even sadder.

When he dies the FED, through the courts and IRS, will claim it all at the reading of his will and saddle his wife with the rest – she’ll lose everything and then some.

In this modern world there’s no hiding any digit – the best he could do is take what cash he has, buy some gold and silver and bury it somewhere no one would know except his wife. Yet, in this modern world she’d still have a hard time spending any of it, for the banks can easily monitor her buying habits and for everything else, there’s the NSA. Even if the guy took any treasure and socked it away for his grand kids – well… you’re not going to believe this.

So the militias left too soon, but they couldn’t help it, they have families to feed as well. You know it, I know it, and the government knows it.

So what’s the next step?

How many of these kinds of encroachments will Liberty Minded Folk keep dropping their lives for in order to defend the just over the unjust, until it becomes as feckless as #OWS?

There’s only one way out, and the Liberty Minded Folk may like the sound of this word; if it hasn’t been brewing since they became Liberty Minded – they will do what their forefather’s did, SECEDE from the “Empyre.”

Think about it: If Ron Paul ran for Governor of New Hampshire (pop 1.3M) the transformation of that state would be phenomenal. What if Ralph Nader, Chris Hedges, or heck, even Michael Moore ran for Governor of Vermont (pop 600k). The city of Chicago has twice that population combined. Thinking people from all over the country would flock to those states if only they had moral and just leadership.

But, time is ticking, they need to start organizing and get moving now.

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another guy who doesn’t care for courts

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ernie wayne ter telgte tertelgte, The Montana Living Natural Man, on Oaths and Bonds
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Was Jerry Rubin a Libertarian?

Are Libertarians the New Hippies?

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Blythe

Truman Capote created the nonfictional novel – I’m working on creating the nonfictional fictional comment or blog or something half as clever.

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bma

Someone purposed the idea that Blythe Masters  (a.k.a. Hela, daughter of Angrboda and Loki),  may take the fall for JPMorgan.

The idea that anyone would think Blythe would fall on her sword for JPM isn’t playing with a full deck.

Even if this women had a come-Jesus-moment and became a tell-all whistle blower within a fortnight they’d find her bloated polluted soaked body floating in the East River, or a couple of her cocktail rings scattered in the muck on some New Jersey pig farm.

When you’re up that high in a corrupt organization you play for keeps.

The best you’ll get is knowing she may lay awake nights wondering if they will take her or a loved one out by “accident,” or worse, “Madoff Jr. Style.” Current trends say the latter is very possible.

Common Sense says you can’t screw that many people over and not think about it.

She may even break out in hives over such worries. For the cynic I guess there is some solace in that.

But, propheting they may lock her up in a federal institution is giving way to false hope.

In ten years time, when all the books have been written and the part she played exposed, people will gaze upon her with contempt and mistrust; she’ll feel their stares like a chill passing through her brittle and splintered old bones. Her life will then be a prison of her own construct, and one day when some lowly naive borderline psychotic young banker who ended up doing time for the ground she laid steals up in the middle of the night and whacks her across the head with an ax none will be surprised, and every hipster will think, “um… yeah, karma.”
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