By Michael Collins Piper -
The Second American Revolution has begun. Both Occupy Wall Street (OWS) and the Tea Party represent growing dissatisfaction on the part of grassroots Americans with the powers-that-be: The plutocratic interests that dominate both major political parties.
The big money interests that reign supreme dictate the course of America’s economy through their domination of the Federal Reserve System and the allied families and financial groups who control the mass print and broadcast media in America. Through their greedy influence they profit at the expense of the American people, manipulating U.S. policies—both foreign and domestic—in pursuit of their ultimate dream of a New World Order.
They are looting the American economy even as they redirect American industry abroad, resulting in increasing unemployment and deprivation at home and the institution of a slave labor system in lands abroad.
In addition, they are responsible for the wars of imperial domination in theMiddle East and worldwide, further bankrupting the U.S. treasury, even as Americans—at home—are told to surrender their traditional reliance on government programs—safety nets—that ensure decent healthcare and reasonable standards of living for the poor and the working middle class.
All the while, the Wall Street money kings—such as Lloyd Blankfein, CEO of international banking giant, Goldman Sachs, who pulls down over $100 million per year in cash and bonuses—have lined their own pockets while squeezing every last cent they can from the pension funds of working Americans who suffer as a consequence.
These pirates operate through shadowy power blocs such as the Bilderberg meetings, the Trilateral Commission and the Council on Foreign Relations and through taxfree foundations and think tanks. The International Monetary Fund and the World Bank are central to their global mechanism of control.
And while these plutocratic plunderers use their considerable resources to direct the course of public debate— attempting to infiltrate and subvert dissident political movements—there is a very real undercurrent of anger rising against their intrigues. Although the plutocrat-controlled media seeks to pit OWS and the Tea Party against one another, the two groups have much in common: The spiraling popular dissent is a remarkable convergence of the traditional “left” and “right” that—combined—makes a mighty force to quash the ruling elite.
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