Sunday, October 24, 2010

Update On Our Theme Of Volatility - Real IRA Will Target Bankers In Acts Of Terror

Europe is embroiled in social unrest with massive protests and violence against the state in many countries.  It’s only going to get worse.  The world is now in a struggle against bankers and politicians who wish to keep a corrupt private banking system intact.  

Recently announced austerity measures in Britain benefit the corrupt.  The state needs to be resized from the power grabs it has been on in prior decades but first we need to eradicate corporatism, private banking and corporate welfare programs from the public dole.  Then government can be rightsized.  Until then, austerity programs are just another word for cuts to important social programs benefiting We The People while bankers and corporations continue to suck the public coffers dry.  There is no government money left for social programs because it’s all being paid to bankers and corporations.  A public banking system and an end to the current neoliberal economic model would free up money for needed social programs that disproportionately benefit the underprivileged who have no voice against the tyranny of the state.  A new economic model supporting democracy would also substantially reduce the need for government assistance over time as society became more empowered economically.  Britain, for one, is in serious trouble.

Remember, as we have remarked previously, fringe elements in society now find cover for their radical views when government has become corrupt and society suffers.  We see it in the U.S. with very radical views in a small number of conservative political candidates who are expressing substantial hatred and bigotry for innocent people in society and yet are maintaining large acceptance in polling numbers.  We see the same dynamic with the Real IRA publicly throwing down the gauntlet of murder and violence rather than peaceful activism as a method of change.  Murder begets murder.  Peaceful activism is the only successful form of lasting change. 

"Let's not forget that the bankers are the next-door neighbours of the politicians. Most people can see the picture: the bankers grease the politicians' palms, the politicians bail out the bankers with public funds, the bankers pay themselves fat bonuses and loan the money back to the public with interest. It's essentially a crime spree that benefits a social elite at the expense of many millions of victims."

posted by TimingLogic at 2:49 PM

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