And he misses. John Patrick Bedell walked into the Pentagon yesterday wearing a business suit and surprised police when the cell phone they thought he was reaching for turned out to be a gun. Bedell grazed two of the police officers before bring shot in the head. He later died of his wounds. The question is about motive and we may never know, but there are clues via the internet.
Bedell appears to be a 9/11 Truther. While I believe that it is appropriate to still have questions about the events surrounding 9/11, Bedell was certifiably a Troofer. The reason I say this is because he believed the preposterous theory that the World Trade Center and a nearby building (WTC 7) were demolished. The idea that the government that cannot run the post office was able to pull off rigging the buildings and demolishing them successfully without anyone involved breathing a word about it, is just plain wacky.
His resentments over those events and anger at the military are supposedly the reasons why he decided to commence this attack. The mainstream media will waste no time trying to link him to the Tea Party Movement just as the man who crashed his plane into the Texas IRS building was initially linked to the Movement.
Alex Jones’ website Prison Planet, has released a posting this morning questioning whether this incident is another conspiracy due to its proximity with a report from the Southern Poverty Law Center that more attacks from extremists were expected. Paul Joseph Watson writes, “Such incidents will dovetail perfectly with the rapid advancement of cybersecurity and Internet censorship laws that will force people to obtain licenses to exercise free speech on the web, while providing Homeland Security with the perfect pretext to increase surveillance of all Internet traffic and communications.” I actually believe that argument holds no water because my common sense brain believes that the government loves for people to express these kinds of whacked out theories, like 9/11 was a demolition, because it furthers their argument that concerned citizens like myself are dangerous extremists.
The real truth here is that Bedell is a lunatic, plain and simple regardless of his conspiracy theory beliefs. What we will see happen is people on the left paint him as a right wing extremist, while people on the right will paint him as a Moon Landing denier. Both of these attitudes are wrong. While some conspiracy theories are crazy, like denial of the moon landing, others are legitimate. I do wonder why big international groups meet secretly. I do wonder if the government is ruining our economy on purpose. And yes, I do wonder if Lee Harvey Oswald acted of his own accord or if he was a hired hitman to take down a president who wanted our money backed by silver and hated Communism. I have many questions about the Federal Reserve.
Thankfully, Bedell is a horrible shot or too high on the marijuana he loved and so no one was murdered.
The British Prime Minister went there today – he made reference to the New World Order:
I do not know about you, but I do not want any part of these leaders or their plans for a sovereign America. Unfortunately, our leader is ready and willing to throw over our freedom and Constitution.
I’m thinking if we get much more of this, we won’t have to worry about who the next president is going to be. Just breaking over the news wire is an $85 billion loan from the government to help save AIG, the investment insurance company. That is how they worded it, “From the government”. That really means the American people without our permission. This also came across my Yahoo newswire earlier:
“WASHINGTON (AFP) – The Federal Reserve on Tuesday injected 70 billion dollars of liquidity to help stressed financial markets, a move coming on the heels of similar actions by other central banks. The Federal Reserve Bank of New York announced two separate operations of 50 billion and 20 billion dollars, moves aimed at keeping credit flowing for banks amid a credit squeeze. The US central bank also had injected 70 billion dollars into financial markets amid turmoil Monday following the bankruptcy of Wall Street giant Lehman Brothers.”
So if I’m reading this right, the Federal Reserve just printed up a bunch of money out of the blue and injected it into the market to the tune of $140 billion dollars. Wow, what a realief they didn’t bail out Lehman Brothers, eh? Like it really makes a difference at this point. And this all comes on the heels of the bailout for Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac. As of Friday, September 12th, our national debt stood at $9,683,319,152,145.35. Yes, that is nine trillion! And that doesn’t include Social Security and other government debts which puts the debt at $75 trillion. The next generations are never going to dig out of this. If China called in our debts tomorrow, America would be done.
And I’ve been wondering why none of the media outlets has pointed out something very important in this whole Lehman Brothers fiasco: The Federal Reserve which prints our money backed only by the government and nothing of value is a privately held entity with twelve primary owners. Those owners are Rothschild Bank of London, Rothschild Bank of Berlin, Warburg Bank of Hamburg, Warburg Bank of Amsterdam, Lazard Brothers of Paris, Israel Moses Seif Banks of Italy, Chase Manhatten Bank of New York, Goldman, Sachs of New York, Kuhn Loeb Bank of New York and Lehman Brothers of New York. Yes, Lehman Brothers was one of the main owners of the central bank – what does this mean? And one of the other owners Goldman, Sachs reported that their earnings are down 70%. If we don’t fall into a major depression it is going to be a miracle. Our government has been so irresponsible and I don’t hear anything out of McCain or Obama that promises to be different there. If they want “change” they need to announce that the central bank is going bye-bye and the people have the power again.
Andrew Jackson said, “You are a den of vipers and thieves. I intend to rout you out, and by the Eternal God, I will rout you out…If people only understood the rank injustice of the money and banking system, there would be a revolution by morning.” How true his words were then and still today. Our forefathers tried to warn us and we haven’t listened. We have let a secret cabal of bankers take over the money and market in this country and while they benefit (you better believe the CEOs of these banks and the housing giants will get their bonuses) we pay and pay and pay…
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Tagged bailouts, banking, Conspiracy, economy, Fannie Mae, Federal Reserve, Freddie Mac, Goldman Sachs, housing bailout, Lehman Brothers, money, the market
Call me paranoid, but I was watching a television commercial that I know I have seen a dozen times. I guess I never was really paying attention because I never noticed that in the middle of the commercial appears a map of the USA with what appears to be a superhighway – possibly a rendition of the superhighway -that dissects America into four quadrants. One road runs east to west and the other north to south. The television ad is run by a group called the API which is a national trade association that represents all aspects of America’s oil and natural gas industry. They speak on behalf of the petroleum industry to the public, Congress, the media and the President. My question is, was this just an artistic rendering or a future plan? We are going to need faster ways to get places using less energy. Could a superhighway not only connect the North American Union, but also be part of a bigger plan to control where we go and how we get there? Perhaps it will control where people live. Or perhaps those green people with the big eyes have been talking to me again.
To have a look for yourself and see what you think go to the following website and click on the video there. At about eleven seconds the map will appear.
So today here in Florida Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke praised lenders and services for their work in helping with the plummeting housing market right before saying, “More can and should be done.” This more that can be done would be, “Principle reductions that restore some equity for the homeowner may be a relatively more effective means of avoiding delinquency and foreclosure.” John Reich who directs the Office of Thrift Supervision (the government has a thrift office!?) proposed that borrowers could refinance mortgages at current home values and then receive a negative equity certificate which could be redeemed when the house is sold. Question – so who is paying for this? Does writing down a mortgage just make the money owed disappear? In reality it is the investors who bought the bonds that are going to suffer. Hmmm…is that why the stock market continues to plummet?
Let’s face it, the Federal Reserve is a farce that is finally being revealed in the light of the struggling economy. The Federal Reserve is a privately owned entity that has no oversight from any government body including the United States Treasury. The bulk of the FED’s ownership are the following banks: Rothschild Bank of London, Rothschild Bank of Berlin, Warburg Bank of Hamburg, Warburg Bank of Amsterdam, Lazard Brothers of Paris, Israel Moses Seif Banks of New York, Chase Manhatten Bank of New York, Goldman Sachs Of New York, Lehman Brothers of New York and Kuhn Loeb Bank of New York. Notice how many are not American banks. The FED controls interest rates- which it plays like a fiddle-and controls the money. This is unConstitutional in that Congress is suppose to take care of the issuing of money. The FED has also made sure that our money is no longer on a gold or silver standard and that it is simply backed by the faith of the people in the government. That makes our money worthless. Wonder if that is why you get almost two pounds to each of our dollars. Money is printed at will as if it will help bolster the economy. The FED is nothing more than private control of a central bank – something Thomas Jefferson warned against. When banks have losses, this private entity has the taxpayer to back it by using our income taxes.
The FED also has been playing a double speak game. Last week, Bernanke predicted a wave of new bank failures, but the Vice-Chairman of the FED, Donald Kohn, today made no such predictions. Following in those footsteps, the Treasury Secretary, Henry Paulson, continues to downplay the seriousness of falling home values. He believes that lenders should modify loans. One week we are in a recession, the next things are fine, but could enter into a recession. Obviously dropping interest rates has not helped anything either and yet the FED continues to do that and will probably cut them again on or before their March 18th meeting.
In a 1963 Federal Reserve publication the function of the FED was stated, “To foster a flow of money and credit that will facilitate orderly economic growth, a stable dollar and long-run balance in our international payments.” Anyone think they have succeeded?