The Red Pill 2051_5/9/12

“In all of history, there is no known case of anyone’s creating a problem for anyone else.” Francis FitzGerald (1979)

Since that is the impression most Americans get when they read school textbooks, it is no wonder that they continue to be fooled by the same techniques of control. But Americans aren’t the only ones fooled by power. Let’s look at France’s new President, Francois Hollande, the socialist who supposedly came onto the political scene from nowhere. It takes very little digging to see that he is connected with Jacques Attali, the Henry Kissinger of France, who wrote “Millennium: Winners and Losers in the Coming World Order. Does this mean that France will now fully accept its E.U. overlords? Time will tell.
There is more sad news from China as capsules filled with the dried remains of dead babies are intercepted in South Korea. That’s not to say we don’t have our own problems here. Some rice being grown in Kansas since 2007 has been genetically modified with genes from human livers. Does that upset anyone?

Bio of Francois Hollande

Karl Marx was a capitalist

Greek government fracture because of austerity cuts

South Korea find smuggled capsules containing human flesh

Human genes engineered into experimental rice being grown in Kansas

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The Red Pill 2051_10/17/11

Occupy Wall Street is sweeping the nation, but what is the goal? The people’s anger is justified, but without a concrete plan, they can easily be led astray. Now, we’re hearing demands that wealth should be redistributed. If you took the time to read Marx and Engels, you would realize that such a step is a plank of the communist manifesto. And most of us know what happened to the people of the Soviet Union. So the people are angry at the government supported corporate welfare, but yet they are demanding welfare for themselves from the very government that duped them in the first place. Talk about Stockholm Syndrome! But there is more going on than what we see on Wall Street. The media, for the most part, is silent about the small number of corporations that control the world’s food supply. Yet, it seems everyday we are reminded that our food security is threatened. But that won’t stop them from taxing us more on the food we all need to live. Corporate greed is government greed and vice versa, but accumulation of wealth isn’t the end game. It’s only a means of control.

OWS: Are Mindless Americans Falling Prey to the New Revolution Business and Its Collectivist Trap?

“Anti-Capitalist” aren’t adverse to Starbucks and Coca-Cola

Foodies: Get Thee to Occupy Wall Street

‘Food Insecurity’ comes to London

Denmark’s new fancy “fat tax”

Greece acknowledges austerity failing, because of austerity

Nevada’s big bet on secrecy (Corporate secrecy, that is)

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