We are in the middle of an attempted financial coup by the Predators. The events of the 11th September 2001 were a political and military coup, changing the direction of the post-democratic western world and opening up a continuing war on terror. The new direction included a strategy of pre-emptive nuclear strikes by the USA and is sustained by fear. It ushered in the privatisation and out-sourcing of war.
Last night, that aggressive little man, George Bush, invoked fear again when he went on air to warn America about the terrible consequences if they fail to support the 'new deal'. A new deal which defines financial institutions as 'Financial Agents of the Government' and insists that there be no congressional or judicial oversight of the spending of $700bn. That $700bn would be the first tranche of several.
This is a coup which would further impoverish millions of people and give absolute financial power to a small group of already powerful people. The Federal Resrve of the USA is a private corporation with secret shareholders. They have the most awesome opportunities for insider trading imaginable.
They represent groups like the Rothschild family who have been accumulating wealth and power, usually through the promotion of war and slavery, for centuries. War is not just good for their business model, it is central to it.
The predators do not watch TV soaps - they watch us. They include amongst their numbers some very clever and experienced psychologists. They will have had prior knowledge of the consequences of short selling and the effects of announcing a Government 'bail-out'. They will have made billions of dollars during these times and consolidated yet more power into their own hands.
A major threat to their position lies in the complexity of the modern world and the unpredictable outcomes that can occur. For example, Consumerism is well established as a mechanism for social control (all people need is bread to eat and circuses to distract them). But Consumerism requires an unending supply of credit, feeding more and more consumption. If the credit dries up the controls disappear.
As people become out of control they lose their inhibitions. The underlying anger that so many feel these days will emerge in predictably unpredictable ways. For instance it was reported this week that the CEO of an Indian company was beaten to death by a crowd of sacked employees armed with iron bars.
The Predators will be preying that they do not become the Prey.
Posted by Nicholas Moore 12:52:03 am