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Monday, November 21, 2016

don't JFK me, bro!


DON’T JFK ME, BRO!

The only explanation for the assassination of JFK that ever made any sense to me was that the Federal Reserve Bank ( a private, not public, entity, that has a monopoly on money creation granted by the federal government.  Its bigger members include the Rothschild’s, Rockefellers, Morgan’s and such.  Its direct influence was the Bank Of England.  Private owned government granted monopoly banks are the best ways to finance empires-best, in that they last longest before imploding-and both the government and the financial elites prosper under this arrangement.  The public, as usual, gets a few trickle down rewards ) was behind it after the President started making noise about rescinding some of its powers.  The military-industrial complex push back as popularized by Oliver Stone’s movie was, to me, laughable ( Stone’s political statements tend to indoctrinate us into the inevitability of Big Brother-it was a darn fine movie in and of itself, but the premise behind it was as flawed as could be ).  Mafia hits and Cuban revolutionary involvement, as far as being the primary drivers behind the assassination, also seem highly improbable ( they were, at most, bit players.  At the least, patsies ).  I could of course be completely wrong, but then, everyone else NOT a top planner of that event can also be.

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Of course, you might have noticed that NOBODY since JFK has EVER seriously threatened the Federal Reserve.  They barely make any noise about it at all.  They blame themselves or Big Corporations, but nobody ever points at the central bank.  My belief is that once Kennedy got a high impact lead argument that his ways were in error, everybody that is anybody got the message loud and clear.  “Don’t JFK me, Bro! I’ll be good and accept your wisdom and guidance!”.  Good politician/media head/reporter/anyone of the Pretty People Class allowed to have an opinion spread.  Now, I don’t know dingus about Donald Trump other than he has a whiff of “legal but immoral” businessman about him.  I think I know he is rich enough to be part of the 1%, which is why I never got too excited about him winning ( except for his primary mission, which was “anybody but Hilary” ).  The rich don’t share.  Anyone that ever trick or treated at Halloween as a child in the posh neighborhood knows this, and anyone that has ever worked for anyone else and examined their less than cost of living paycheck certainly should.  So, all those campaign promises you think you can count on?  Good luck with that. 

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If the Mexican Wall is never built, and I doubt if it happens just because our idea of “rebuilding our rail stock” involves only ONE line, ONLY replacing the worst ties, and that is ONLY part of the way.  Can we even build a real wall, enough to make a difference?  But if he keeps out the Muslims, I’ll consider it an unexpected but appreciated bonus.  And why would he truly repeal ObammyCare?  That is lots of extra money for his butt pirate buddies the big banks.  What was it?  ONE day after the election he says he wants a former JP Morgan banker or a Goldman Saks one, for Secretary of Treasury.  And isn’t his Attorney General going to be a New York anti-gun prick?  Don’t wait for that one-get your reloading supplies now.  The only thing The Donald did right, as far as bucking Business As Usual, was playing nice with the Russians.  So, obviously, he isn’t stupid.  He informed the Federal Reserve, publicly, that he is a team player in the Central Bank Controlled Economy Game.  And he defused a nuclear war with Putin.  For that, if he does nothing else, we should at least extend out gratitude.  Because you know what?  I think that is the only good thing we can realistically expect.

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This article title could easily have been “the collapse is still on track as scheduled”.  If Hilary had won, I would have been writing an article on how we had better take evasive action immediately, because she would have bolted a booster rocket on to the Titanic as it sped towards the iceberg.  That bitch was certifiable.  Before, when she ran, it was just socialism and Girl Power/PC Rules we had to concern ourselves with.  This time, with her health issues, she was insane enough-and I mean literally-to push us to the brink of nuclear conflict.  And yet, even so, only half of all eligible voters bothered showing up at the polls.  I was NOT one of them.  My not voting is my vote.  I vote for “none of the above”, until the time my vote actually matters again.  I’m not a big fan of democracy, but I’m even less of a fan of fascism.  I will not voluntarily consent to the system that impoverishes me before they send me to the ovens. 

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So, to be clear, what you voted for was “business as usual” which at this point means “collapse on schedule”.  If you had voted for Hilary ( and if you did, I can’t imagine how you ever came to be a reader of my work ), you voted for “immediate collapse”.  Still think voting mattered?  You may THINK that buying a little time is noble, yet what it boils down to is just making the collapse that much worse when it does occur ( you know, as in less resources, more people, and more system degradation for every day that goes by ).  I’m certainly not saying that voting for Hilary was a good idea, only that you were just picking your poison. 

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Why did I post this article, if I believe voting doesn’t mean a drop of piss from a 90 year olds swollen prostate in a hurricane?  I’m getting irritated at the irrational exuberance being displayed over most of the web sites I frequent.  Talk about chugging from the Big Gulp of grape Kool Aid!  They think that, one, they saved the republic with their vote and that, two, their guns are safe now?  If so, fine and dandy.  But I’m officially warning you that your optimism will be rewarded in a way you may not approve of. 

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9 comments:

  1. I find that on most of the blogs, I've got to keep my mouth shut. Rationality does not prevail !
    They not only have been chugging kool-aid by the barrel, they've obviously been washing down quaaludes to keep from tripping on their Donald boners.
    Like they actually believe a billionaire who has gained it mostly from screwing others, is really going to give a hairy rats ass about them ? Har de har......
    Unlike you , I had to vote this time around. Last time I and others in my group abstained from the 2000 one. Thing is, we all would have chose Gore over the nazi war criminal family.
    So close was that one , that it might have given it to Gore, and just maybe might have been a different world....

    So I voted On a Johnson, and instead we all got a big DICK.
    Turned out my vote made absolutely zero difference.

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    1. Damn, dude, your first three lines are funnier than my whole article!

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  2. I'd rather be JFK'ed than Rosie O'Dumbbell'ed. You know how when you're driving down the road, and you come across an animal that's had a large, heavy object roll over it, causing its intestines to vacate via its backside? That's Rosie O'Dumbbell'ed, and yes, it's very unpleasant! :D

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  3. Looks like I'm not the only one with this unique opinion James. The below comment (Not my comment) pretty much sums up my feelings on this matter.


    “Irate wrote
    May 22, 2015 at 12:00 am
    Just a thought, guys. You are probably going to run out of ammo at some point. Well, SOME of you aren’t, which is ammo is in short supply on store shelves. If you reload, you are probably going to run out of primers and/or nitrocellulose. Think about a primitive firearm for long-term survival. Not a caplock – because you will run out of the caps. A flintlock. Flint is a native stone. It can’t be found just anywhere (so stock up) but it doesn’t have to be manufactured. Also have a bullet mould for your flintlock.. Getting more black powder could be a problem, but it is a lot simpler to make than modern smokeless powder. So, as an essential survival firearm, a flintlock rifle gets my vote.”

    http://www.offthegridnews.com/self-defense/the-5-very-best-survival-guns/

    Keyword search: Flintlock musket is the perfect all around gun.

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  4. The article preceding the comment was pure crap. Glad to see the readers have more sense than the author.

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  5. I considered voting for Johnson myself, as I'm in the PRK, so my vote doesn't count anyways, and I'd never consider voting for a commiecrat under any circumstances. The thing that turned me off about him though was when Anderson “The ass pirate” Cooper, cornered him on the fag marriage/wedding cake/bakery deal, and he sidestepped the issue, and just told him what he wanted to hear. That told me that he wasn't really a libertarian when it comes to constitutional property rights. Still, he was probably a better choice than the other two candidates. I actually voted for Trump this time, if for no other reason than him being violently politically incorrect, which as you can imagine, was quite a breath of fresh air in a political candidate.

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    1. I don't know what in the heck happened to the Libertarian Party. When I was involved in them, they were Principles Only, no compromises for elections sake.

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  6. We get a 4 year reprieve. Spend wisely.

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    1. Yes, but of course, don't expect to have the whole four years to do so. Spend wisely NOW.

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