Thursday, September 25, 2008
An Engineered Economic Crisis
I don't always agree with WorldNetDaily founder Joseph Farah, but I do agree with his assessment here. I know my amillennial friends will beg to differ, but that's okay.
In my humble opinion, this current economic contretemps is an engineered crisis for the purpose of gaining global economic control. That's the worst case scenario. In the best case, those who have the globalist agenda are very astute at taking advantage of genuine crises to advance their agendas. Look no further than David Rockefeller and his ilk to see what I mean.
If you look back at the 1929 stock market crash, many were ruined, but a few actually made money. Some even knew it was coming and reportedly bragged about their role in it. One result of the Great Depression was that the seeds of state socialism were planted in America. The U.S. government under FDR grabbed more and more control to supposedly get us out of the Depression. Some measures were supposed to be temporary. How many times does government get power and voluntarily gives it back?
Today, our lawmakers are being told in doomsday terms that unless they do as they're told, economic Armageddon will be nigh. I call it blackmail.
This won't be the first crisis, and it won't be the last. One thing is certain, though. Unless there is a miracle of major proportions, you can count on seeing your freedom -- economic and personal -- dwindle ever more as time marches on.