"Nothing is more anarchic than power"
Nothing is more anarchic than power. Power can essentially do what it wants, and what it wants is completely arbitrary or dictated by its economic needs that elude common logic.
—Pier Paolo Pasolini
We Fascists are the only true anarchists, naturally, once we're masters of the state. In fact, the one true anarchy is that of power.
—The Duke (in Pasolini's masterpiece Salò, or the 120 Days of Sodom)
We seem to be moving from one crisis to another, like the war and the terrorism crisis, to the food and energy crisis, and last is the financial crisis. What crisis is brewing next that will keep the population engulfed in fear and confusion? We have to ask ourselves, why was this financial crisis created? Who caused it? And who will benefit from it?
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The Bush administration has single-handedly increased our national debt by over five trillion dollars, more than all past administrations combined together. Bush has apparently achieved his objective by accruing more debt than any other president in the history of this nation.
Was it done on purpose? Creating pseudo-military and low intensity conflicts lead to tremendous borrowing and justified printing of money in the name of national security, which would hyperinflate the currency and eventually destroy it.
Was the extensive borrowing with the lavish and uncontrolled spending designed specifically to weaken the dollar and the US to the point of collapse, which will lead to the justification of change in currency?
Fear mongering and morbid forecasts are circulating everywhere predicting doom, knowing well that the stock market operate on sentiment, rumors, and manipulation not on objective measurable means.
In reality Armageddon has always been contrived by the elite and seems to affect only the middle class.
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Meanwhile, the Luciferian network embodied in the NeoCons, the international bankers, and the global corporate CEOs/politicians will solidify further their power and their wealth, and will create more means to control the populace.