Thursday, March 7, 2013

Epigovernment: The New Model - 3

America Meets Its Match?
The Attorney General of The United States, the most powerful nation ever known (militarily, and at one time economically) has said that the United States is too feeble to take on some banks.

Yes, Eric Holder, said in a congressional hearing that the banksters have defeated civilization, in the sense that they can do the crimes, plunder, and pillaging that they want to around the world.

But there is nothing anyone can do about it (they are "too big to fail" and "too big to jail").

First of all let me say that it is time for the wimp to go, and to be replaced with someone who is competent, because "you are doin' a heckuva job Brownie" was rejected a long time ago.

Imagine where African Americans would be if Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. had said "the racists are too big to jail."

Imagine where Europe would be if "Hitler was too big to fail."

Imagine where America would be if "the king is too big to resist."

The loser mentality AG Holder is expressing is more evidence of control of America's treasury by an Epigovernment, an international entity which Dredd Blog has been talking about in this series:
A University of Zurich study 'proves' that a small group of companies - mainly banks - wields huge power over the global economy.

The study is the first to look at all 43,060 transnational corporations and the web of ownership between them - and created a 'map' of 1,318 companies at the heart of the global economy.

The study found that 147 companies formed a 'super entity' within this, controlling 40 per cent of its wealth. All own part or all of one another. Most are banks - the top 20 includes Barclays and Goldman Sachs. [Bank of America is in the top 25]
(Epigovernment: The New Model). The reference to Barclays, Goldman Sachs, and Bank of America gives a clue as to who The Attorney General thinks is too big to handle.

Others in that list furnish the money to the banksters, by selling the number one drug of civilization, fossil fuels, then depositing the money in these big banks, and are known as Oil-Qaeda.

Eric Holder expects us to believe that The United States which has the world divided up into sections, with over a thousand military bases in 192 nations, and secret ones added on to that (The Virgin MOMCOM - 8) can't handle geeks in banks.

Other Dredd Blog series such as (The Homeland: Big Brother Plutonomy - 8) and (MOMCOM: The Private Parts - 4) detail other aspects of the international entity that tells the United States to go sit in the corner and be quiet.

The other explanation is that he is saying that he does not want to mess with his bosses.

The next post in this series is here, previous post in this series is here.

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