Overwhelming isn't it?
16 October 2011 | Köln, Germany
Most of us are not perplexed by the disturbing character of the current regimes in the United States and Europe. Those not suffering dementia can see clearly that we are all being sold down the river. It is a crying shame.
In Europe and England the Volk are out of work, depressed and just as fed up with their government as the average American. Most have neither time or respect for polarized political schemes. Resignation and detachment also make a fertile dish for the growth of extremist bacteria amid native and Muslim immigrant populations.
Some Europeans laugh aloud when Wall Street's own puppet, Obama bin Lyin’, attempted to co-opt the situation by pooping splendid commiseration to his supposed Kommaraden in the streets. Any sensible person must (by now) surely understand that it really is not about re-distributing wealth or gaming votes for any political party, whether left or right. These paradigms continue to fail miserably.
It should now be about us all waking up to the fact that portentous governments everywhere are now monstrously large, out of control and answer only to special interests. European and American governments (red, blue, black or green) have been and are borrowing, spending and printing insane amounts of money. How many Chinese aircraft carriers have been put to sea on US interest payments? While his own empire crumbles, the Teleprompter scolds his European subjects and even blames them for causing America's financial troubles.
What really has changed since Chimp left the White House? Not much except the mood music. Our empire's troops are even more globally engaged trans and sub Sahara into seemingly interminable “”Overseas Contingency Operations” appropriately termed “Operation Enduring Freedom”
Pay your taxes, for the kingdom and its banksters.