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Just when I think American economists and politicians have the slightest clue about the most basic facts of world affairs, international trade, or the nature of money, I am reminded yet again of the hypocrisy of this financial and social abyss toward which America is heading in the pecking order of the New World Order.

The U.S. government owns the banks and the car industry.  It sets the rules, makes them up as it goes along and has control over the money supply.  It apparently has no oversight as the Fed in May tap danced around the missing  NINE TRILLION DOLLARS that we could sure use about now. 

Say nothing of main stream media whose focus on the deaths of Michael Jackson is a slap in the face. Icon, perhaps but a role model-hardly. What about all the dead soldiers from U.S. Wars and the one’s breathing  in over 130 foreign countries?  No views of them in the nightly news.

No worries though, Congressman Barney Frank (D-MA), Chairman of the Financial Services Committee, introduced legislation decriminalizing marijuana at the federal level again. If passed, the legislation would eliminate criminal penalties for possessing 100 grams or less of marijuana for personal use.  Not to be outdone, San Francisco Assemblyman Tom Ammiano announced the introduction of a bill to tax and regulate marijuana like alcohol in the state of California.  Yippee,  another government owned industry!  Obama just signed a huge tax increase on tobacco, I can only image the tax on a joint.

“The Ammiano legislation would create a regulatory structure for that market similar to that for beer, wine and liquor: it would regulate taxed sales to adults while barring sales to or possession by those under 21. Estimated annual revenue from fees and sales and excise taxes under the proposed regulations runs into the billions of dollars.http://www.drugpolicy.org/news/pressroom/pressrelease/pr022309b.cfm

Maybe the U.S. Government can subsidizes pot growers like it does cotton, corn, soybean and other farming industries with my tax dollars.  Maybe we can trade it on the commodities exchange and all the traders can get a little profit too.  I wonder what currency it will trade-  USD, Amero, Acmetal, Euro…? 

The rest of the world is focusing on a new reserve currency in the New World Order and we focus on legalizing pot and subsidizing farmers in Afghanistan. As of the 111th Congress, Frank is also advocating a 25 percent reduction in the overall Military budget of the United States.

The Huffington Post http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2009/06/27/us-announces-shift-in-afg_n_221826.html says that “The United States has announced a new drug policy for opium-rich Afghanistan, saying it was phasing out funding for eradication programs while significantly increasing its funding for alternate crop and drug interdiction efforts. The War on drugs in the U.S has thousands in prison for drugs with our failing policies here, and we are expected to believe that sending millions there will be a deterrent?  I still have that little island in the desert for sale if anyone is interested.

Last week when leaders of the so-called BRIC nations (Brazil, Russia, India and China) held their first summit.  The BRIC countries comprise 15 per cent of the world economy, 40 per cent of global currency reserves and half the world’s population.  The governments of BRIC and must be laughing like they were smoking marijuana and injecting heroin at America.  Our elected officials focus on legalizing pot rather than be bothered with the cumbersome announcement from Russian President Dmitri Medvedev that the U.S dollar is on notice.

“The artificially maintained unipolar system”, he lectured, is based on “one big centre of consumption, financed by a growing deficit and … one formerly strong reserve currency.” At the root of the global financial crisis, he concluded, is that the US makes too little and spends too much.   “The summit must create the conditions for a fairer world order.” …The BRICs have put the US dollar on notice, and are already finding alternatives as a means of clearing accounts. Medvedev called for the IMF to include the Russian ruble and the Chinese yuan in the basket of currencies used to value its financial products. But that is just for starters. Chinese Central Bank governor Zhou Xiaochuan says the goal is now to create a reserve currency “that is disconnected from individual nations.”sourced at  http://dprogram.net/2009/06/24/a-new-world-is-being-born-one-without-the-us-dollar-greasing-the-wheels-of-commerce/

China, known for it’s Human Rights violations says, “It is a common wish of people of all countries to solve the drug problem as soon as possible and to build this planet into a healthy, civilized, happy and beautiful world.” http://www.china-embassy.org/eng/zt/mzpkz/t36387.htm   “Those convicted of drug-related crimes in China face harsh penalties, in some cases capital punishment. Drug abusers and addicts must undergo rehabilitation at police-run facilities or labor camps. Reformers are attempting to introduce community-based treatment approaches to a system dominated by zero tolerance.”http://www.erowid.org/psychoactives/law/countries/law_china.shtml 

Apparently, the perceptions of a dead American dollar and a dead American soldier can be overcome by getting stoned on government subsidized Marijuana and Opium in The Obama Administration. 

Changes I don’t want to believe in….

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Here comes more coordination of New World Order.  This time the discussion of globalization is being held on U.S. Soil in Washington, D.C. today- April 25.  Hosted by our tax evading Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner, the Group of Seven (G7) finance ministers will meet and following that, a gathering up with the Group of 20 (G-20). 

Reuters, “The G7 comprises the United States, Britain, Canada, France, Germany, Italy and Japan has been the long-standing forum within which the larger economies discuss their economic concerns and try to coordinate policy.”  Seems China and its burgeoning economy might want a seat at the big kids table, no?

The last time the G20 met they agreed on a $1.1 trillion deal.  How much of that is forecast to come from the U.S. taxpayer?  Can you hear those printing presses running now?

At The G20 in the UK, Obama said, ” The only way out of a recession that is global in scope is with a response that is global in coordination,” he said pointing toward “our pursuit of a global economic recovery.”  Global Coordination? Global Economic Recovery?

Putting aside the bad manners of touching queens and bowing to Kings, I find it more than rude to ask America yet again to stand up for Global Coordination when Geithner tap dances around the idea of a new currency for the IMF.  With little intestinal fortitude, Geithner first thought it would be a great idea to change world’s reliance on the dollar and then rescinded his comments after the world markets tanked. 

Throw in the idea of negative interest rates and even a flea on a camel’s ass knows it ain’t going to get paid for sucking off of a hind tit. 

The US in is a recession/depression, the banking system in dire need of attention, and consumers aren’t spending.   “In economic data, core durable goods orders for March are expected to return to negative territory and fall 1.3%, against a 3.7% increase the month before. Prior to February, orders had posted negative results for six months straight.”  http://www.economicnews.ca/cepnews/wire/article/293000 

Just when consumers may be relying on credit cards to purchase basic essentials like food, Obama is saying we need more government, you know, “We need more accountability in the system. That means more effective oversight and more effective enforcement so that people who are issuing credit cards and are violating the law will feel the full weight of the law,” he said.  http://www.reuters.com/article/newsOne/idUSTRE53M10720090423

Now that the American people own the banks, resulting in government nationalization, it wants more rules?  Ain’t that a convenient kick in the pants?  There are rules but no one played by the rules. Whether or not you believe in the abolishment of the Fed, our elected leaders have failed to enforce both US and international regulations for years.  Where are the rules of the Basel Accord or Basel II?

“All the experience we have of past banking crises — and we have a lot of experience with those banking crises in this institution — is that you never recover before you complete the cleaning up of the balance sheet of the financial sector,”  said IMF Managing Director Dominique Strauss-Kahn and that the credit “problem must be solved before global growth can resume.”  http://www.reuters.com/article/newsOne/idUSTRE53M52K20090424 Well I am just ecstatic to know the IMF has such a high degree of experience with bank failures, too bad the experience wasn’t in preventing bank failures in the first place.

Geithner is expected to reveal the methodology for the stress tests of 19 banks in the U.S., while Credit Suisse Group, the biggest Swiss bank, posted a US$1.7 billion first-quarter profit. http://www.scoop.co.nz/stories/BU0904/S00459.htm Most likely due to it’s strict privacy laws and tax evasion potential. 

The 300 or so members of Trilateral Commission, the Rockefeller’s, Council on Foreign Relations, Skull and Bones, The Bilderberg Club, The Illuminati, Rand Corp., Ford Foundation,The Bank for International Settlements, BIS, etc.,  must all be overwhelmingly enthusiastic at the oligarchical partnerships that are molding a world government and instilling a controlled chaos.  Check out where some of the pieces of the puzzle come together.  http://www.globalresearch.ca/index.php?context=va&aid=13311

Eenie Meanie miney moe catch a tiger by the toe, If it hollers let it go-

Eenie meanie miney mo, if I were a bad guy where would my money go?  Into T-bills no, but to the Swiss of course! 

If he hollers- too bad, count on the radical change and the New World Order as promised by Obama. 

You might enjoy this related post at https://ahrcanum.wordpress.com/2009/03/27/obamas-illuminati-ponzi-of-the-dollar/

photo props to http://www.reason.com/blog/show/132163.html

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