Friday, January 13, 2012

The current American economic ruin is what happens when a country's leadership gets turned over to Zionist gangsters and their boot lickers

Age of the Psychopaths

(The Occidental Observer) -- by Michael Colhaze --

...Some aggressive passengers, super-bright in a single discipline only, have managed to take the helm of the ship and, in their feverish ambition to control it entirely, are running it aground. Capable to buy everything that is fast or loose on this earth, but unable to grasp the basics of prudent and morally sound navigation, they have long since charted a course that does not rely on the compass but an array of faulty landmarks. Unmitigated greed is one. Globalism or multiculturalism are others. Also extortion and bribery. Plus a few proxy wars thrown in as an extra. And all this with the ever more obvious intention to effectively yoke and enslave the established crew.

Clearly a proverbial Ship of Fools, you may say. And laugh, were it not that you yourself are sailing in it.

So what kind of flawed thinking made this disastrous state of affairs possible? For one, a disposition that seems to lack common sense as we know it. Second, and consequently, the certainty to be better than anybody else, by divine decree or with regard to one’s bank account. And lastly, a ruthless and reckless mentality that all but scoffs at the moral restrictions prevalent in our Christian European society.

The three rolled into one are a secure receipt for ruin.

Take the Boskies, Milkens, Fulds or Madoffs. Particularly the latter seems on the surface an intelligent man. Yet why did he believe that his massive criminal scheme could last forever and not land him one day in jail, a sad place to live out one’s final years, especially if accustomed to mountains of luxury?

Because he and his kind can’t look any further than the next street corner. Just think of the forty or so Mossad operatives who descended on Dubai to knock off one poor Palestinian, all with their photos and false passports copied, all with their covers blown for a long time to come. Or those thugs who boarded the Peace Flotilla in international waters and gunned down nine unarmed men. Did they anticipate the worldwide outcry that erupted only the next day?

Another fine example is the recent defeat of that saintly crook Michail Khordokowsky and his illustrious backers, among them Mr. Obama, Frau Merkel, the old trollop BBC and many others, all seething with indignation at Russia’s unashamedly inhuman and undemocratic behaviour. To tell you the truth, I was rather worried when a revision of the man’s sentence were to be considered during a new trial. Would Vladimir Putin and his friends stand firm and not fold in at the knees? Could Mother Russia continue to be one of the last Western countries ruled by free men and not some alien mammon moguls like everywhere else?

Well, we know the result. That youthful prodigy who tricked old man Yeltzin out of YUKOS, the national oil company worth billions of dollars, by paying him a pittance borrowed from Lord Rothschild, had his greedy claws slapped with a few more years in the cooler. And a lenient verdict it is if you consider that the crazy bugger had tried to grab the country’s presidency himself by buying every Duma member in reach, and after selling off nearly half of the expected booty to the aforementioned Lord and his American chums.

In short, another enormous miscalculation that backfired badly and thus underlines the general argument.

To this day I remember my consternation when reading many years ago in the NYTimes a column by one Roger Cohen, a rambling schmuck styling himself a Globalist of all things, who tried to convince everyone that making China rich was good for America. Even then, and naïve as I still was, I still thought that the silly man must be out of his mind. Well, he wasn’t, as we know now. Instead he and his kind paved the ground for the Warren Buffets of this world, and so deprived millions of decent Americans and Europeans of their jobs and their income...MORE...LINK

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