The bailout package I’ve been saying was $800 billion is $700 billion. When the news first broke, there was some confusion about it. Now there’s a lot of confusion as we listen to the principals like the Secretary of Treasury and the other guy testifying before congress, as well as members of Congress. They are asking questions and voicing opinions.
Yesterday, one member of Congress labeled the bailout financial socialism. It’s the first time I’ve heard a member of Congress use the word socialism. But calling the bail out financial socialism is misleading and has an inference socialism only refers to taking one kind of property, i.e., money. The basic premise of socialism is an opposition and rejection of ownership of private property, period. It means the centralized government owns and controls all private property, including money.
Last night, I flipped around on all the news channels, listening to the news media talk about the bail outs. No one knows whether or not it will pass through Congress or not. Most think it will. However, a large number of American citizens are up in arms about it, calling, texting and contacting the politicians in Washington. This is a routine staging of how centralized government works.
The idea is to present some plan to take more of private property from the producers, stir up the news media and people into a frenzy and panic to a point they are voicing their objections both individually and in organized groups, which then in turn feeds the news. The news media then adds hype and feeds it back to Congress and the people. It’s a routine MO dear Watson.
Because this is one of the largest hits ever on one’s pocketbook, the modus operandi may be different. However, if it follows the usual—feeding into the power of government by opposition to it—here’s how it works. When the people have been worked up to a certain pitch of panic and objection, a number grossly exaggerated by the news, the $700 billion package will come up for a vote which does not pass this time around. But after the people cool down and their attention is diverted to something else, it comes up for a vote again with very little fan fare in the media and very little resistance among the people, and it passes. It sails through with no problem.
Because this is such a huge chunk of taking presented at a time when the majority have their attention diverted on the election, this could be an exception to the rule of stirring up opposition to lay the foundation for passage at a later date. It’s going to be interesting to watch. Very sad, but interesting.
In addition to the diversion of attention to the election, the “out of gas signs” present a major problem. Those who still have jobs may not be able to go to work. Rising grocery prices, loss of homes, the news reporting that 52,000 children are sick from tainted milk, among other adverse news, this bill may pass because so much attention is diverted on these other areas. Keep in mind that political government is a “con” game. Keep your eye on this ball while we are doing something else to take your property. I remind you again that political government operates on dependency upon it and opposition to it.
If one does not understand how political government operates and still has false illusions about it, being confronted with a $700 billion bill to pay, along with the upcoming election, well, it’s a good time to pay attention and learn a lesson.
Listen to what Alan Greenspan said, “In the absence of the gold standard, there is no way to protect savings from confiscation through inflation. This is the shabby secret of the welfare statistics tirade against gold. Deficit spending is simply a scheme for the confiscation of wealth. Gold stands in the way of this insidious process. It stands as a protection of PROPERTY RIGHTS. If one grasps this, one has no difficulty in understanding the antagonism towards the gold standard. Gold still represents the ultimate form of payment in the world.” Words of wisdom from a man who was in charge of the Federal Reserve monetary system for a number of years.
The good news is that it is a great time for the 300 million citizens of this country to understand and educate themselves as to the true function and operation of political government. From this date, September 24, 2008 until the election in about six weeks, it’s the most opportune time to inform yourself as to the actuality and truth of what is happening and what you can do about it. A real, in your face and in your pocket book time of revelation. Don’t miss this opportunity to inform yourselves directly from the horse’s mouth, so to speak.
“Listen my children and you shall hear the midnight ride of Paul Revere.”
Let Freedom Ring!