America's Final Warning - 2013

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PostSat Sep 21, 2013 12:00 pm » by Phoenix rising

"Since I entered politics, I have chiefly had men's views confided to me privately. Some of the biggest men in the United States, in the field of commerce and manufacture, are afraid of somebody, are afraid of something. They know that there is a power somewhere so organized, so subtle, so watchful, so interlocked, so complete, so pervasive, that they had better not speak above their breath when they speak in condemnation of it."
Former president Woodrow Wilson via his book "The New Freedom" Section 1 "The Old Order Changeth" pg. 13

"The real truth of the matter is, as you and I know, that a financial element in the larger centers has owned the Government ever since the days of Andrew Jackson."

Letter from former president Franklin D. Roosevelt to Col. Edward Mandell House (21 November 1933)



The task which I am determined to resolve in this writing, connecting the dots on current events in a coherent manner, is no easy feat for the simple fact that we all see the world with different minds, meaning we interpret events and information based on a conditioned perspective which renders us to inevitably form opinions based on a certain amount of bias (Ex; a black person may be inclined to believe their god is black, a white person may be inclined to believe their god is white).

This serves as an obstacle because the collective perception of society is largely, if not wholly, a product of the public school system and mass media which in turn are controlled by the ruling establishment who undoubtedly propagate a world view beneficial to their own personal interests and maintenance of control.

Of course indoctrination through the control of information is nothing new, from the institution of compulsory education by Fredrick the great in Prussia to the masterful manipulation of media by Edward Bernays, this has been done throughout known history and is ultimately how many are controlled by few. Nonetheless in relation to the content of this article it is necessary to reiterate this historical fact so that the reader will make a conscious effort to separate themselves from conditioned thought and blind prejudice.

Presuming, and more so hoping, this prelude helps the reader to open their mind I would like to make it clear that I am not asking for blind faith and will provide official documents along with all sources and citations needed for those who wish to fact check, which is always encouraged, especially regarding such sensitive information.

Revisiting History

Our story starts in the 60s, a period of radical political change and growing indignation toward Western imperialism world wide. As a result of this, more than 30 African countries gained independence from their former colonial rulers. [1] For the independent history scholar however, it is not so far fetched to imagine that this so called independence was in fact granted to many of these countries based on the knowledge that the status quo could be preserved by other more intelligent means, namely through covert action as demonstrated the previous decade in the overthrow of democratically elected governments such as Arbenz in Guatemala (for Rockefeller owned United Fruit) [2] and Mossadegh in Iran (for oil giant BP) [3] which were replaced with puppet regimes. This new strategy allowed the Western elite to maintain their monopolies in foreign countries without public scrutiny from their own population who, when need be, could easily be fooled by the media into blindly supporting the continuance of Western imperialism dressed up as democracy .[4]

While this clever manipulation of events from behind the scenes remained undetected by the masses (even to this day) it did not escape revolutionaries such as Ernesto "che" Guevara who openly chastised the hypocrisy of this type of Western foreign policy. [5] Guevara however, was not the only thorn in the ruling classes side. The civil rights movement was growing stronger and stronger, as was opposition to the Vietnam war. To make matters "worst" a new president, John Fitzgerald Kennedy, had the nerve to challenge the ruling establishment even further, most notably through the issuance of Executive Order 11110. This empowered the government to issue debt free notes to the American people thus liberating them from the monopoly held by the private federal reserve bank who would charge the government interest on the issuance of money. Which is nothing more than a debt based system that ultimately serves the purpose of enslaving an entire nation (since the civilians get stuck with fitting the debt) to a group historically known as "the international bankers" [6]. For those familiar with this cartel they should be well aware of their ruthless tactics and although subject to debate, many believe this is why the president was assassinated just 5 months after implementing the order. Another president who was brave enough to challenge this monopoly in the same way JFK did, Abraham Lincoln, was also assassinated, leading many to believe that both hits were ordered by the international bankers. [7] It comes as no surprise then that no president has been bold enough to stand up against the federal reserve bank since and the United States debt has grown beyond repayment.

JFK's murder was followed by a string of high profile killings which included civil rights leaders Medger Evers, Malcolm X, and Martin Luther King Jr. (Nelson Mandela was sentenced to life in jail), anti imperialists "che" Guevara, Patrice Lamumba (killed before JFK) and finally JFK's younger brother and presidential hopeful Robert Francis Kennedy. Although we could justifiably spend hours on dissecting the intrinsic details of these historic events, as they do serve the purpose of revealing how the ruling class deals with those who challenge or disrupt their system, we will instead be following only the murder of RFK on June 5, 1968 and from this, follow the white rabbit accordingly.

Read on for extensive continuation ... j132dLVDit
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