November 11, 2008
Question: how can the banker’s president turn the economy around?
Answer: he can’t and he is under specific orders not to turn it around.
But don’t tell the American people.
Goldman Sachs, JP Morgan Chase, Morgan Stanley and Citigroup combined gave the Barack Obama campaign over three million dollars, according to OpenSecrets.org. UBS and the private-equity firms Blackstone Group and the Carlyle Group sweetened the pot with hundreds of thousands more (see Obama Top Fundraiser on Wall Street).
Do you think they gave all this money because they are liberals with a soft spot and want an African-American as president? Hardly. For the bankers and the financial elite, it would not matter if Barack Obama had green skin with yellow polka dots and he babbled about aliens making midnight visitations in levitating tea cups.
Goldman Sachs and company gave all that money — and they gave a likewise amount to McCain — to make sure their man made it to the Oval Office. Now that he is there they can commence with the plan.
Here’s the plan… destroy the American economy by way of an engineered economic depression, reduce the population to groveling serfdom, and buy up all the goodies for pennies on the dollar. As Congressman Charles A. Lindberg Sr. predicted after the passage of the Federal Reserve Act, henceforth depressions will be scientifically created. “Using a central bank to create alternate periods of inflation and deflation, and thus whipsawing the public for vast profits, had been worked out by the international bankers to an exact science,” writes Gary Allen.
To think that the scientifically engineered Crash of 1929 was an accident or the result of stupidity defies all logic. The international bankers who promoted the inflationary policies and pushed the propaganda which pumped up the stock market represented too many generations of accumulated expertise to have blundered into “the great depression.”
“World events do not occur by accident: They are made to happen, whether it is to do with national issues or commerce; and most of them are staged and managed by those who hold the purse strings,” said insider Denis Healey.