Friday, June 3, 2011

Bush II Eradicated The Robber Barons - 3

In the first and second posts in this series we pointed out some of what many will want to call the "Christian - like Parameters" for the beginning of The Age of Plunder within the USA.

In the recent post Is War An Art or Is War A Disease we pointed out that the military has won the war against the USA, by using the tactics of a Chinese General written down in his "Bible of war".

That book has been spread throughout the Military War Colleges in the USA and around "the world according to MOMCOM" (click on the graphic above for a larger view of that world).

That Chinese General always said that the better practice, when taking over a nation, is to do so without doing military damage to it.

The better tactic, according to those Chinese war philosophies, is to instead use deceit and propaganda to "win the hearts and minds" of the enemy nation.

The Chinese philosophy that war is an art composed primarily of deceit and propaganda is the thesis upon which The War Colleges of MOMCOM teach their students (a.k.a. "heroes" or "warriors").

We have pointed out previously that the western military religion is really Mithraism, and we pointed out their "Far Eastern Bible" in Is War an Art or Is War a Disease, linked to above.

Since world-grade fine art is quite expensive, and the graphic above shows the worldwide scope of MOMCOM's art of war, it is not much of an exercise to realize that vast sums of money had to be piped to MOMCOM's many "sub-COMs" around the world.

And that piping of money had to be unfettered by any quaint Constitutional or Statutory constraints.

We refer you to this post and this post on Washington's Blog for some of the detail about how the money is shipped there, and simply ask that, while reading those posts, you remember that the relevant banks the treasury money is going to are international banks, both in scope and in ideology.

So, when funds are loaned to them by the USA fed at 0% here, which they then loan back to the government at 3%, that generates "money" which is then available for all of their foreign outlets in foreign nations too.

Can anyone say "theft by deception", plunder, or "money laundering?"

You can also read more on the "Series: Multiple Posts" page under the heading "PLUNDER".

The next post in this series is here.

4 comments:

  1. "war is an art composed primarily of deceit and propaganda"
    Which is itself a deceitful statement. Politics, particularly international politics, may be deceit and propaganda, but War is killing and burning.

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  2. In the mind of Sun Tzu, if you ever get to that point in a war (called a "shooting war" by cowboys) you have essentially failed the greater principles in the art of war.

    In the post Is War An Art or Is War A Disease we show how gurus from both sides view war with extremely differing views.

    Taking Sun Tzu (Chinese) and Madison (American) to the max is the exercise of this post.

    Thanks for participating sir.

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  3. Murfyn, the proof of whether you must have a shooting war to "have a war" is whether or not a nation can be taken over ("gentle coup") without one.

    Ghandi is said to have won the independence of India from Britain without a war.

    He won the hearts and minds of the people plus he convinced the British Empire of that fact.

    It works both ways, but never underestimate the war of words, the war for the mind, all of which takes place before the cowboys show up.

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    COLLAPSE
    –verb (used without object)

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