W.R. McAfee Sr.  (c)copyright 2010 All Rights Reserved

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“The boys behind the curtain will try to first implement an ACTA-type bill  with “official” congressional legislation approved by both the House and Senate in the U.S. and, absent or failing that, the treaty itself with an executive order; none of which was made known to the public until the treaty was completed, and wouldn’t have been transparent even then had not the public had access to the Internet.”

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Funny, I keep thinking about Ireland, their $100 billion loan and the IMF/EU financial carrot they’re dangling in front of them as I read the article(s). 

Believe the Irish voted not to join the EU twice.  Each time, the eurocratic water boys came back and told them to vote again.  Somehow, Ireland finally got the political charade “right” the third time.

If memory serves, the elites knew better than to offer a vote to the English. (No chance of passing there.) Couple of other European countries seemed to have voted the EU down, too.  “Not to worry,” the EUers said, “. . . we may not have a majority, but we can’t hold things up while a bunch of commoners quibble.”  (Or words to that effect.)  And so moved on with the Union and the euro.

The economy and money flowed smoothly in Ireland for a time. Most there were not aware of the bubble they stood on.  When it burst, the now-common unemployment was followed by the collapse.  

The international money changers and their confederates offer countries easy loans to operate early on, knowing beforehand that when they shut the economy down they could come calling again. And  they did. This time to bail them out of their ‘crisis,’ but at a price for the locals.

It’s all part of the elite’s playbook that encompasses well-paid ‘confederates and sympathizers’ in key positions inside a country’s banks and government to facilitate the final bailout, which sets the hook; then comes the financial gutting and foreclosing on the nation’s resources before disappearing into the fog to rescue another.

Argentina, a prosperous country before the IMF/World Bank tandem came, is the poster child for this gambit.  Ireland, a thorn in the side of Britain is, in my opinion, about to be. The Greeks, Italians, Portuguese, and Spanish will follow if they’re not awfully, awfully careful.

The Irish will be forever indebted and their government dead in the water when they accept the EU bailout.  (America requires a few more harpoons and ‘easings.’)  But then, what are the alternatives? London’s elite have to be sharpening their shears at the thought of buying a troublesome neighbor at a bargain basement price.

But then, the English economy seems in need of a transfusion itself.

All of which lends itself to the thought that maybe this financial thing may have gotten away from the International Banking Cartel whose operational center is in London with headquarters in Basel, Switzerland, at the Bank of International Settlements.

Have they shot themselves in the foot?  Or at least the big toe? 

Hard to say at this moment, but it would appear the elite’s best alternative, absent a Plan B and given the urgency brought about by the Internet’s transparency of their operations, is to limp ahead with their financial tear-down; all the while listening to the rumble of the Internet’s information artillery.

It’s also the Internet that has the elite banksters scrambling to implement ACTA, an Internet censorship treaty negotiated in secret with other nations designed to “. . .catch knockoff crooks.” 

However, it contains the mechanisms to “legally” shut down “troublesome” sites—an unspoken purpose of the treaty—if facets within the new Internet “law” are “broken.”

The Copenhagen Climategate debacle was the last straw to hurry up ACTA’s implementation.

The boys behind the curtain will try to first implement an ACTA-type bill  with “official” congressional legislation approved by both the House and Senate in the U.S. and, absent or failing that, the treaty itself with an executive order; none of which was made known to the public until the treaty was completed, and wouldn’t have been transparent even then had not the public had access to the Internet.

Like-minded members of this same group—the mega-rich, multi-nationals, and investment firms and funds—have initiated a land rush for prime farmland around the globe.  Africa has been their first stop. Millions of hectares are being vacuumed as we speak, the prices of food are rising, and farmers who produced local food and natural food [with seed passed down for thousands of years] have been tossed off their land by corrupt local officials purchased by the buyers.

One of the [little known] reasons for this is that, unless forced by famines, most African  countries won’t accept genetically modified (GM) food (now under exclusive control of  multi-nationals and BigAgra); preferring locally grown food when times are good. 

So the Wizards of Oz said “. . . we’ll just buy their prime farm land and grow genetic food and feed it to them as we have in other parts of the world like we’ve been doing for the last 20 years.  And if Africans don’t want to eat it, why, they can elephants.” 

Or words to that effect.

Did I mention that eugenicists believe in starvation as one means to reduce large populations?

That and aids are all so messy, though.  So the boys behind the curtain got behind the genetically modified seeds that grow plants with herbicides and all sorts of other good stuff spliced into them.  Food from these seeds have sterilized mammals and done a number on their genes and internal organs, according to independent lab studies done in Europe. 

None of this Frankenfood has been tested on humans, though the world has been eating it since the Nineties. Today,  it’s in 75% of what Americans eat or drink daily.

Then there’s BigPharma’s vaccines that are being provided to the world’s poor by charitable billionaire foundations.  I’m sure they’re perfectly safe. But one has to wonder, considering the nature of the loaners and givers and all.

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