Wednesday, February 18, 2009

Nationalizing Banks is OK? Are the Republicans Insane?

Yesterday, Feb. 17, 2009, The Republican party finally pulled the trigger and put the party out of its misery. In the Financial Times article: Bank nationalisation gains ground with Republicans, is the following:

“Lindsey Graham, the Republican senator for South Carolina, says that many of his colleagues, including John McCain, the defeated presidential candidate, agree with his view that nationalization of some banks should be ‘on the table’.”

Mr. Graham, a long time supposed conservative, has proven that it takes guts in these time to do what’s right, and he doesn’t have them. Nor do any of the yellow-bellies like John McCain, if what Graham says is true.

First “they (the Feds)” take over the Banks or at least a large part of them to get their foot in the door, of course taking over the remainder later. This isn’t the first time something like this happened. By the mid-nineties every bank in the country had been forced to join the Federal Reserve System, which is a private company run by the bankers. Now the whole system will be taken over.

If the car companies aren’t nationalized they will be regulated by the government. That is fascism.

Maxine Waters clearly already stated that the oil companies are in line for a takeover.

They have all but done it to education. Those of us who home school, especially in California, know the handwriting is on the wall. If your child is going to be indoctrinated (educated), it will be in the Public School System by Card Carrying Union Teachers, not by caring, loving parents at home.

As we have seen in this “stimulus”, they have their eyes on the health system. As always the end result will be a more expensive, inept, and sluggish system as is with all of government work. Or, it will erode it and be a shadow of itself. Either way, we lose big time.

In the late seventies when I first started studying all of this and developing my concepts and ideology, it was clear to me that the United States, a representative republic, was doomed. I thought it would occur in the 1990’s. But for Ronald Reagan, Newt Gingrich, and Bill Clinton, it probably would have. Reagan’s policies delayed it and Clinton’s lack of ambition did likewise. Gingrich’s years from 1994 to 1998 held promise but ended all too quickly when he was downed by his enemies. Clinton was much more moderate than most people understood, he just wanted to be in the “show”. If it had been Hiliary…?

Our country is at a crossroads and we may not survive. We are in an empty dump truck careening down a mountain to inevitable disaster. What that is, I don’t know. Some things are certain and I’ll write about them soon.

The liberal media freely expounds on the fact we are now Democratic Socialists (like Europe, FGS) as if it is a badge of honor. Why shouldn’t they? They were complicit in the whole matter. What they leave out are the fascistic overtones of private business with government control. I wonder how they will feel when the Feds take over the media.

I have to be blunt here, because with the announcement yesterday that Congress not only wants to regulate what is said in television and radio, they want to censure the internet.

Enjoy it while you can buckos. Your free wheeling criticisms will be a thing of the past.

Be prepared physically, mentally, and spiritually,

The Hammer

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At 8:16 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

outstanding, keep writing.


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