The Chaos That We Paid For- Thoughts While Watching Media Coverage of Occupy Wallstreet
posted originally Wednesday, November 12, 2014 and for which the perps/secret state-4th reich, and what ever is their camp of those waging the 'asymmetric' war of the 4th Reich against the US, Russia and Britain, and have put my dad on their aggressive radar screen using their wifi transmitted psi-op to disrupt any further writing and articles that he and would do together.
The average American citizen watching evening news is stunned at the amount of political violence that we are seeing on Wall Street and our university campuses. This political violence may be telling us that we are seeing the breakdown of society, or the core and seeds of the new revolution that Thomas Jefferson suggested the nation might need in its future. If so, whose revolution is it? Are we experiencing a correction which the indignant populous is demanding? Has the need arisen for a correction in the course of the federal government where they have forgotten who serves whom? Otherwise, why is there this sort of turbulence and what is its root? These questions which spur study of this new political awakening could be a good thing, with conditions. It is a good thing if in keeping with the customs and conduct our Constitution and Bill of Rights have laid down since our founding. If the wild conduct in the streets contributes something of value that is able to merge with our sacred documents from our Founders, then from where have all these demonstrators come from what sounds like 'Marxism'? The answer seems implied or hidden behind a camouflage of words, which is a typical known and slick Marxist tactic from his Jesuit "white-is-black, black-is-white" training (http://www.newfoundations.com/GALLERY/Loyola.html , II. "Theory of Knowledge").
Diluted ideals masked behind crafty and academic rhetoric enjoy reduction to slogans or just plain lies. Attempting to understand roots of that, have us to search for sources. One also should be aware that many of our colleges and universities are teaching the privileged that their prosperity has been stolen from the “proletariat” members of our society and around the world. Meanwhile recognizing the flipside, since WWII we have engaged in aggressive forms of corporate social control some characterize as ‘over-regulation’ to appear to reign in corporate power and agency abuses. What also has been sounding like class warfare, is generally foreign to our democratic customs and is more redolent of the class-stratified 'old world'; in the USA virtually anybody can buy a first class ticket. Those prospering class warfare have the philosophy that the “bourgeoisie” rich must overcome their environment by sharing what they had stolen from the working class, such as what Dickens wrote in “A Christmas Carol” using the character Marley's ghost. Of late, we’ve been hearing the activists' slogans virtually mindlessly declare statements the "rich" must pay higher taxes, which is what the very wealthy before Wilson’s Administration spurred the masses to demand to obtain the Income Tax Act. Granted, if the Bush era tax breaks lapse to the Clinton era tax brackets, the government would come closer to having significantly improved its revenue stream.
The Old-world Marxist, Jesuit influenced sorts have a preference for rabble-rousing; those practices and policies have rooted in new world, but have polluted the ground and spurred erosion far from the liberated Republic our founders left us. Perhaps because the current activist effort seems too confused, relativistic and collectivist, Thomas Jefferson's offhanded remark that one day the United States may need another revolution appears to have taken root in compost rather than a fine flower bed of vigilant individual liberty in a commercial framework of what had been non-corporate private enterprise. Indeed, the reader also may be surprised to know that the origin of highly polished, atheistic Jesuit-Marxism that we’re watching and hear used on our streets and around much of the world, also is used in school texts in the USA. This rhetoric is cleverly mingled with anti-private enterprise propaganda all from within our own “free”, United States of America. With our own open arms, sometimes by ballot, we have welcomed these very patient calculating subversives to hijack words in our dictionaries but not having our definitions.
Thus the words in the discourse that we think we are hearing have to be parsed because politically correct word games and slick double-speak are an appendage of bigger political games, which are serving as part of the destruction of the United States of America.
Meanwhile, natural concerns arise with American parents who have hocked the house to educate several college grads. When the bill-payer challenges the demonstrator, the responses are virtually never satisfying. The parent is likely to conclude that the child is majoring in “sloganeering” rather than an academic curriculum. The evidence is clear: our academic communities often are indoctrinating- a Jesuit tactic and practice, rather than educating our children. Typically, many parents pay the tuition bills for our children before sending them into the world. We allow them the freedom to explore and grow in their own talents until the world sees them as we do, very special. We proudly encourage them to explore just about every occupation their degree allows. Our hopes are based on our own experiences and means of communication in the relatively free economic society of our time. We parented what we thought were duplicates of ourselves and we were sure that our children could do no harm.
Then, one day we are watching the evening news and we see our very special child among the disheveled demonstrators who were defying uniformed security personnel at a down town office building. And that evening we learn that lawyer's fees are almost as expensive as a college degree. Not our child! How did our child become what sounds like a flaming “Marxist Young-gen”? Moreover, how could those in positions of governmental, cultural, social and academic authority ie, “they”, have injected some form of control, even a domination throughout our society, appearing to have hijacked our children? “They” push a button and debt-bearing, educated lemmings come running... With that societal domination, what has happened between our front doors, the education for which we paid for our children and THEN in thinking of the “Big Picture”, the door to the offices of the corporate world and one has to wonder – its personnel directors? And in the unraveling, we'd seen the effect of the 'Wall-Street'-Washington connection as a component prospering the global corporates, which have employed many of those same affected personnel directors. As it were, who hired the Personnel Director? How do THEY fill companies in those buildings and the whole system with such as these who seem to be hijacked by neo-Marxists? This is how all of this is sounding – like Marxism (most people only see that, rather than understanding the Jesuits' order which is disorder and its asymmetric war on the US). In examining society to find answers, let’s start attempting to understand what is happening in the schools.
For years questions have arisen about whom? How? Or When? How and when topics of these sorts are discussed on conservative talk shows, letters to the editor and a few from the conservative wing of politics. These so-called conservative constituents were suddenly troubled by a large cadre of what seem to be talented political hijackers who, ignoring the Constitution have emerged in what we thought was our relatively pristine America. Slowly, patiently (Jesuit strategies of 'laying-low') with both campaign contributions and our own tax-money, these for-sale, leftist “sleepers' were buying our political parties, one after another, jerrymandering safe voting districts. It was only a matter of time before political hijackers ‘owned’ most of the federal tax-paying voters’ votes. Eventually voters sent 51% of ‘free-rider’/'free-lunch' minded politicians to Washington D.C. and our state capitols; these leftists of both the social and corporate welfare sorts meanwhile have been looting the kiddy. This short commentary describes nearly a century of indoctrination in our society in general, and our schools in particular.
The United States of America has been eroded by Jesuit-socialism and its more violent, leftist form found in Jesuit-Marxism, as well as corporate socialism, aka “fascism”- another Vatican influence, while the US has exported both for more than a century. Both are of the ‘welfare’ sorts to the left of what the founders left us under the Constitution before 1859, and neither are self-sustaining for our republic because we’re not keeping what the Constitution had left us and the Founders by that. Moreover, presented under other names and modified out of its original political and economic context with regard to socialism, the Jesuit-Marxist philosophical influence has been exerted in our society and used openly as the method of teaching in many American schools of higher learning. Again only under different names, eventually it also found its way down through all grades in compulsory education. The popular title today for it is “Progressive” or ‘outcome-based’ education. A review of some history will help give us insight. In the middle of 19th Century Germany, Herr Marx (recall that according to the Jesuits, Marx was trained by Jesuits) was a new political philosopher on the scene who could easily turn words into violence in the turbulent societies in that war ridden era, geographically now among the consolidated German ‘states’. Fearing constant insurrections and mob violence which had been happening over that period of time, the authorities warned that social unrest which Marx and his group had perpetrated would get them invited to leave Germany; Jesuits often likewise were ejected from countries they were attempting to subvert for the purpose of achieving the Vatican's Holy Roman Empire expansion ( http://home.uchicago.edu/~rjr6/articles/Richards.pdf