Why We Lose Either Way

In Economics,General,Meetings,War on October 8, 2013 by Robert Burke

“The American people expect in Washington when we have a crisis like this that the leaders will sit down and have a conversation,” Boehner told ABC’s George Stephanopoulos. “And I told my members the other day that there may be a back room somewhere, but there’s nobody in it. We’re interested in having a conversation about how we open the government and how we begin to pay our bills. But it begins with a simple conversation.”

Here is a simple conversation:
There is a back room.  Maybe politicians aren’t in it, but there is a back room, and you and I are not invited.  It is filled with people who own this nation and world’s wealth, and they will know when a resolution has been reached hours if not a full day ahead of John Q Public, and make billions in profit on the inside information.  This is a tactic used by the .0001% and is well documented.

In 1815, a banker in England named Nathan Rothschild, received word Napolian had been defeated a day ahead of the rest of England, and pulled the worlds largest stock market head-fake and took control of the Bank of England quite literally overnight.  The depression that followed was awful.  Perhaps his most famous quote is, “I care not who makes the laws so long as I control the money.”

They’ve learned to be more discreet these days which is why you have probably never heard of them.

The Federal Reserve is a private bank.  The Rothschilds are one of the owners, and they like to finance both sides of wars, like the one happening in DC right now.  War is very profitable.

Your move John Q Public.  If it sounds like we understand the real situation we need you to begin mobilizing.  Meeting tonight:
Carbone’s in Burkhardt, behind the Willow River Inn
7:00 – 8:30 PM

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