[FLPatriot59] SpecialAgentGibbs Let's discuss the age-old question of "who's in charge" - Iraq, the UST, the IMF, or some ancient Chinese wiseman?"
[SpecialAgentGibbs] FLPatriot59 let's see...... Iraq is like Abbot & Costello's "who's on first"
[FLPatriot59] SpecialAgentGibbs Seriously.
[SpecialAgentGibbs] The UST is still trying to find all the gold that used to be in Ft Knox....
[SpecialAgentGibbs] The IMF just got a wedgie from Putin....
[SpecialAgentGibbs] So, that leaves some 140 year old confucious type guy
[FLPatriot59] SpecialAgentGibbs Oh Lordy. We're in trouble.
[SpecialAgentGibbs] FLPatriot59 would seem so
[FLPatriot59] SpecialAgentGibbs So does that mean I should stop waiting and find a real job so I can save my family from certain ruin?
[SpecialAgentGibbs] FLPatriot59 I did
[FLPatriot59] SpecialAgentGibbs Oh darn.
[SpecialAgentGibbs] FLPatriot59 yeah, and working sux
[FLPatriot59] SpecialAgentGibbs That means I can't hang out in chat rooms all day pretending to have a virtual life with complete strangers.
[SpecialAgentGibbs] Group hug for FLPatriot59
[FLPatriot59] SpecialAgentGibbs Oh thanks. I feel better now.
[SpecialAgentGibbs] I'm still sticking to my theory that this will happen as soon as the new global monetary system is solidified
[SpecialAgentGibbs] Just be glad that BRICS isn't headed up by Portugal....
[SpecialAgentGibbs] Imagine THAT being the new system
[FLPatriot59] SpecialAgentGibbs And how many years did it take for the current global monetary system to reach the place it is today? Let's see, the Rothschilds started the whole thing in the 1700's.
[SpecialAgentGibbs] FLPatriot59 They were rocking in short order, just been enjoying their fruits for a couple hundred years
[FLPatriot59] 1743: Mayer Amschel Bauer, an Ashkenazi Jew, is born in Frankfurt, Germany, the son of Moses Amschel Bauer, a money lender and the proprietor of a counting house.
[FLPatriot59] 1815: The five Rothschild brothers work to supply gold to both Wellington's army (through Nathan in England) and Napoleon's army (through Jacob in France), and begin their policy of funding both sides in wars. The Rothschilds love wars because they are massive generators of risk free debt.
[SpecialAgentGibbs] FLPatriot59 opportunists
[FLPatriot59] 1849: Gutle Schnaper, Mayer Amschel Rothschild’s wife dies. Before her death she would nonchalantly state, "If my sons did not want wars, there would be none."
[SpecialAgentGibbs] Illuminati……they're very real
[FLPatriot59] SpecialAgentGibbs Yep
[FLPatriot59] 1865: In a statement to Congress, President Abraham Lincoln states, "I have two great enemies, the Southern Army in front of me, and the financial institutions in the rear. Of the two, the one in my rear is my greatest foe." Later that year, on April 14, President Lincoln is assassinated, less than two months before the end of the American Civil War.
[FLPatriot59] 1871: An American General named, Albert Pike, who had been enticed into the Illuminati by Guissepe Mazzini, completes his military blueprint for three world wars and various revolutions throughout the world, culminating into moving this great conspiracy into its final stage.
[SpecialAgentGibbs] What really toasts my buns is that all of this is public knowledge, millions are quite aware of all these goings on yet, we all just sit back and allow it.....WHY???
[SpecialAgentGibbs] We continue to fund this BS
[FLPatriot59] SpecialAgentGibbs It's very scary. And disappointing.
[SpecialAgentGibbs] Cut off the money to them and see how long they last
[SpecialAgentGibbs] This country is run by England….Right to it's core
[FLPatriot59] "The division of the United States into two federations of equal force was decided long before the civil war by the high financial power of Europe. These bankers were afraid that the United States, if they remained in one block and as one nation, would attain economical and financial independence, which would upset their financial domination over the world.
The voice of the Rothschilds predominated. They foresaw the tremendous booty if they could substitute two feeble democracies, indebted to the financiers, to the vigorous Republic, confident and self-providing. Therefore they started their emissaries in order to exploit the question of slavery and thus dig an abyss between the two parts of the Republic."
[SpecialAgentGibbs] The largest group in this country, the blue collar slaves, don't give 2 squats as long as they can buy their case of Budweiser on Friday night, pay the rent on their mobile home, and keep the kids in cheerios & diapers
[FLPatriot59] SpecialAgentGibbs Exactly!
[SpecialAgentGibbs] By now we all should know that the Fed Reserve is a constitutionally illegal private corporation, run by a board
[SpecialAgentGibbs] Neither Federal nor, A reserve...
[FLPatriot59] SpecialAgentGibbs Right.
FLPatriot59] 1881: President James A. Garfield (The 20th President of the United States who lasted only 100 Days) states two weeks before he is assassinated, “Whoever controls the volume of money in our country is absolute master of all industry and commerce…and when you realize that the entire system is very easily controlled, one way or another, by a few powerful men at the top, you will not have to be told how periods of inflation and depression originate.”
FLPatriot59] SpecialAgentGibbs How successful do you think those attempting to take us back to a Constitutional Republic?
[SpecialAgentGibbs] FLPatriot59 The cycle must first be broken financially IMHO
[FLPatriot59] SpecialAgentGibbs A daunting task indeed.
[SpecialAgentGibbs] The Federal Reserve (or Fed) has assumed sweeping new powers in the last year. In an unprecedented move in March 2008, the New York Fed advanced the funds for JPMorgan Chase Bank to buy investment bank Bear Stearns for pennies on the dollar. The deal was particularly controversial because Jamie Dimon, CEO of JPMorgan, sits on the board of the New York Fed and participated in the secret weekend negotiations.
1 In September 2008, the Federal Reserve did something even more unprecedented, when it bought the world’s largest insurance company. The Fed announced on September 16 that it was giving an $85 billion loan to American International Group (AIG) for a nearly 80% stake in the mega-insurer.