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Sep 24, 2008

This morning I woke up with the entire pathetic American scenario in my mind, and I feel I should spill the whole thing to flesh out my ideas about Obama.

I have noticed that Obama and McCain have switched hats.  Obama claims to the people's candidate, but McCain alone opposes the present corporate corruption situation.

I was originally going to start an effort to look at McCain's possible mental problems.  My issue with McCain's brain is that Kissinger created the policies during Viet Nam that put him in the Hanoi prison, making him a true hero, and Kissinger a traitor of the worst kind.  McCain has not absorbed the fact that system he serves (this is no way a nation) sent him to prison, and he still supports that system.

As a initiating act of globalism and free trade with the highly un-free Chinese Communist government, Kissinger had Nixon order bombers away from the "SAM," or surface to air missile sites that were shooting down the B-52 bombers.  Putting aside your feelings about the bombing of civilians during Viet Nam, Kissinger made a strategic move so damaging to the US war effort that he may be the most damaging traitor in the history of warfare.

Getting back to the present-day economy:

McCain's response to our economic problems is that the economic system is defective, and that if it is indeed a free market, then let the market kill the present system -- which sends jobs overseas and with it our money, and attempts to get the money back  by building real-estate developments, probably for foreigners.

The globalist idea, matured probably in the mid-90s, was to destroy America's, and other first world nations', assets by shipping all their key industries to two specific "developing" nations: China and India.

As I pointed out in my McCain criticism, that idea seems to go back to at least 1969 when Kissinger moved to protect the Chinese technicians operating the "SAM," or surface to air missile sites in near Hanoi by having Nixon order the Air Force away from them.  This is a key act of treachery during wartime, and even at this late date begs investigation.

This move was obviously motivated by a desire to open China to global trade for which Nixon gets credit.  But by using the knowledge we have developed in this group, I think Nixon is easy to understand: he was a cesspool of paranoia and deceit; he was anti-empathic and psychotic.  Kissinger on the other hand was, or is, purely anti-empathic: a savant.

During the 90s American know-who blossomed as we built the "new economy," an economy built on clean knowledge from a myramid of small corporations connected, ultimately, by the Internet using the XML web language, which is a simplified version of the ultimately useful "complex structure." Complexity became simplified, and we were at the top of our American game, and we were moral.  We could using these systems bring all the business damaged from corruption from around the world to the US virtually, and handle global business in a purely paternalistic way using our well-designed society.  Our society, if you recall, was initially built in the one-room school house, and promoted the most effective of social, and religious moralities, with our Constitution and Bill of Rights.

Sure we had problems, and we know exactly what they were: poor quality control and a dominating military/industrial complex.  We were pioneering manufacturers and built all the best machinery, but lacked quality control for our "durable goods" output, especially in cars.  Ultimately that problem was solved, and it was not a huge problem.  Local mechanics could fix the few problems of the otherwise excellent durable goods.

The other problem, the military/industrial complex lives with us today, and is a key component of our off-shore adventurism, and can be blamed in part for our senseless destruction of the nation of Iraq: Saddam Hussein was on his way out, and looking for safe-have somewhere, anywhere.  And our enemy that was the justification for the invasion of Iraq, Bin Laden, comes from a family that is economically and emotionally close to our nation's present leading family, the Bushes.

Perhaps because we had been at peace all these years, we had a chance to build a meaningful economy in the "new economy."  Fueling it was the recent invention, or perhaps implementation, of what we use now for nearly all our communication: the Internet.

At the point of the turn of the Millennium we were the number one nation, and far ahead of whichever nation was in second place.

Three months later, there was a correction in the stock market, then called the technology market: not an unusual event especially after huge growth.  Think of a growing economy as a settling volcano; the fundamentals of the technology economy were solidly constructed scientific and technical knowledge.

This correction was excaberated  by the Federal Reserve chief, Alan Greenspan, who timed increases in the credit rates given to banks to stave the new economy of its necessary life-blood: research and development funds. I should note here that Greenspan and Kissinger are similar men, and socially close.

Another event struck at the heart of the "new economy:" the terror attack on the World Trade Center building on September 11th, 2001.  That building had been a prime meeting place of the developers of a new kind of technology development: free software.  Often called open source, free software extended the socialist concepts of mutualism into e-mutualism which thrived in and empowered the technology market economy.

The "new economy" was truly unique, and it was deliberately destroyed by a variety of disparate forces.  I remember an interview with a high-ranking equities trader, where this trader outlined the plan; all American assets in the forms of jobs and cash would be sent to other countries; in turn foreigners made newly wealthy with American hard earned cash would come the the US and buy real estate sold in the form of "sub divisions."  That would make both the foreigners rich and American land owners rich.  And apparently this is precisely what happened, and the obvious stupidity of this plan is what has us presently in greatest financial trouble since the Great Depression.  We stand here as Amerca's stupidly with our "pants down," while foreign interests continue to financially rape us at the behest of our national leaders, nearly all of them -- except, oddly, McCain.  He proposes letting the whole rotting system sink into the cesspool it has created for itself.

Racism plays deeply into this globalist scenario, as does the "big lie."  The globalist system gradually evolved from the Empire-based colonial system; it was not an instant creation such as the "new economy."  Colonialism was pure extension of the Roman capital system, where a military force would extend tendrils all over the "known world" creating what Lewis Mumford called a "diffuse tribute collection system."  Slavery and environmental resource exploitation were the basis of they "collection system" and today only the word slavery had changed.  Slavery today is called human resource exploitation, and is described as a good thing leveraging the misconception that violent competition strengthens organisms, derived from the purely bogus concept of "social Darwinism."

Slavery here in the US is closely related to racism, so it would by bias to say that human resource exploitation would not be racism.  The present "sub division" based housing economy that is in so much trouble was based on the purest of racist principles.  Huge numbers of Latin Americans were imported in the the US illegally, just as had happened to Blacks during the slavery period of the US.  Unlike the Blacks slaves, who were naively tribal and particularly rebellious, the Latin Americans are considered ideal for resource exploitation by their exploiters.  This slavery-type business, not surprisingly, is exceedingly illegal, where the illegal workers can expect to spend months in prison before being deported.  The corruption of this system is such that no corporate executive has ever seen a day in jail for this form of slavery.

The racism of globalism is not limited to the industries that import and then exploit illegal labor; from the Greek-owned shiny stainless steel "diners," where each imported ethnicity has its dominating or menial role, to the mass of imported Black maids tending to the lily-white children of New York's globalist elite, all we see is stratification based on race.

But the "big lie" has been so well implemented that any criticism of this system is met with accusations of racism, even though at its core is the timeless culture of racism.  Through globalism the culture of racism has been united through what globalists call a multi-culture.  This shows the psychological basis of racism: the bias of each nation's dominating elite.

So at this point in the American decline we see America's first Black presidential candidate seeking to bail-out and further support a purely racist system: the system which put his ancestors in chains.  At least half of the slaves brought to America died during the voyage from Africa.

To deepen the irony, his opponent McCain seeks to let this monster die, yet he seeks to destroy us by implementing the military strategies of Hitler, Napoleon and others: he promises to wave the "big stick" indefinitely, having US forces invade nearly every perceived enemy stretching its forces so thin that a military collapse will be immense within years.  The Racism plays deeply into this globalist scenario, as does the "big lie."  The globalist system gradually evolved from the Empire-based colonial system; it was not an instant creation such as the "new economy."  Colonialism was pure extension of the Roman capital system, where a military force would extend tendrils all over the "known world" creating what Lewis Mumford called a "diffuse tribute collection system."  Slavery and environmental resource exploitation were the basis of they "collection system" and today only the word slavery had changed.  Slavery today is called human resource exploitation, and is described as a good thing leveraging the misconception that violent competition strengthens organisms, derived from the purely bogus concept of "social Darwinism."

Slavery here in the US is closely related to racism, so it would by bias to say that human resource exploitation would not be racism.  The present "sub division" based housing economy that is in so much trouble was based on the purest of racist principles.  Huge numbers of Latin Americans were imported in the the US illegally, just as had happened to Blacks during the slavery period of the US.  Unlike the Blacks, who were particularly rebellious, the Latin Americans are considered ideal for resource exploitation by their exploiters.  This slavery-type business, not surprisingly, is exceedingly illegal, where the illegal workers can expect to spend months in prison before being deported.  The corruption of this system is such that no corporate executive has ever seen a day in jail for this form of slavery.

The racism of globalism is not limited to the industries that import and then exploit illegal labor; from the Greek-owned shiny stainless steel "diners," where each culture has its dominant or menial role, to the mass of imported Black maids tending to the lily-white children of New York's globalist elite, all we see is stratification based on race.

But the "big lie" has been so well implemented that any criticism of this system is met with accusations of racism, even though at its core is the timeless culture of racism.  Through globalism the culture of racism has been united through what globalists call a multi-culture.  This shows the psychological basis of racism: the bias of each nation's elite, and the exploitation of its poor.  Today the elite's of every nation are united in this process of exploitation, and hence racism, and their biggest supporter and best hope for unending domination is the Black American running for president.

So at this point in the American decline we see America's first Black presidential candidate seeking to bail-out and further support a purely racist system: the system which put his ancestors in chains.  At least half of the slaves brought to America died during the voyage from Africa.

To deepen the irony, Obama's opponent McCain seeks to let this monster die, yet he seeks to destroy us by implementing the military strategies of Hitler, Napoleon and others: he promises to wave the "big stick" indefinitely, having US forces invade nearly every perceived enemy stretching its forces so thin that a military collapse will be imminent and within a few short years.  Perhaps McCain plans to use the Nuke, as in Peter Seller's Dr Strangelove.

Either way it is starting to look like we will "owned" by hostile nations, at least two of which are considered allies: India and China.

Communist China's role in the American collapse is obvious and well discussed.  It is also directly felt by those Americans who lost their good and more manufacturing jobs.  India's role is less discussed but also obvious to anyone who has lost a technology job, or who has spoken to the "lucky" Indians given American technical customer support positions seemingly purely for the purpose of insulting Americans: this can hardly be a coincidence.

This is the unnatural decay, or perhaps de-evolution, of the moral evolution of our manufacturing culture.

I would so much like to discuss the ancient evils of India's elite: the descendants of the invading Aryans.  But that is outside the scope of this diatribe.  Also I would like to describe the Latin American invasion fueled by the highly damaging drug Cocaine, which comprises half the Latin American economy.  Just as the present global economic invasion, this "minor" invasion was at the behest of the American "powers that be:"  the CIA and the Republican party both attempted to recoil from their disastrous and suicidal Viet Nam war.

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