Tuesday, November 26, 2013

the poisoning of america's soul?

20th century America is a mystery.

High ideals, proud history, and for the most part a decent, generous, hard working people.

So why does the government's behavior resemble that of Nazi Germany in so many respects?

Why are the big banks allowed to loot trillions of dollars in broad daylight with no consequences?

Why have so many people who are little more than highly polished low life scum ended up in the White House and other positions of authority?

This video based on an interview Dave Emory of Spitfirelist.com conducted with veteran and Department of Justice Nazi hunter John Loftus - reveals secret aspects of world and American history not 1 out of 100,000 people are aware of. 
In the first part of this series was saw how America's leading bankers and industrialists - Rockefeller, Walker, Dupont, Harrriman, Ford, Mellon, Bush etc. - funded and supported the Nazis in German, the Bolsheviks in Russia and the terrorists who established the House of Saud (Saudi Arabia.)

Nearly 100 years later, the State Department and Justice Department continue to protect their creations.

If you ever wondered why the US can't defeat a rag-tag band of terrorists, now you know.

The expert on this call is former US military officer John Loftus who worked for the Justice Department as a Nazi hunter. He was punished for finding too many of them.

We can't possibly understand or deal with what's going on today unless millions of Americans are aware of these facts so spread the word.

NOTE: This video also demonstrates that Islam and the Arab world have nothing do to with the terrorist extremists fostered by the US and British who are currently running amok.

To claim that Islam is a religion of violence or that Arabs by nature are predatory is pure slander. A truer statement would be that the government of the US follows a religion of violence and behaves in a predatory manner.

"Running" terrorists for their own purpose is a decades-old UK and US trick right up to the present day. The program is simple: Create a disaster and then profit from it, often by creating "laws" to reduced citizen freedoms.

This explains the Department of Justice gun running program to Mexican drug cartels. It also explains how Department of Justice attorney Michael Chertoff was able to deliver a complete draft of the massive PATRIOT Act while the fires of 9/11 were still burning.

This is the hidden history of the United States: a Nazi leadership triumphant and bankrolled by their ideological companions in the CIA. From Prescott Bush, whose Nazi ties are covered up by no less than the ADL to this day; to IBM, who provided the machines used to keep track of concentration camp prisoners, the German National Socialist Party was triumphant!


Nakajima Kikka said...

Arnie Gundersen....hmmm...what kind of a name is that?
Ah, that's right. German-Scandinavian.
The extreme sense of anxiety in the face of having to make decisions in the absence of having a complete, carefully well-thought out plan in place beforehand expressed in his writing now makes perfect sense.

CNu said...

NK-San..., the condition of the plant prior to the accident tells the tale of the tape wrt TEPCO's concern for and competence with contingency management. This was a royal fustercluck waiting to happen - and TEPCO simply happened to get the worst possible hand dealt to its ratchet-as-hell operations.

The real victims here are the people in the prefecture, Tokyo and surrounds who are inevitably going to suffer unspeakable consequences as a result of TEPCO's greed, sloppiness, and shame in the wake of the catastrophe. If heaven forbid, things get worse, we'll all be suffering as a result of what this profit motivated company has done in the wake of an event with vastly more far-reaching consequences than their commitment to shareholder value and reputation.

Vic78 said...

A little OT, but the new pope is a bad moth...http://talkingpointsmemo.com/livewire/pope-denounces-trickle-down-economics-which-has-never-been-confirmed-by-the-facts.

CNu said...

That's actually very much on-topic Vic. How do you suppose the vicar and his bishops with their cathedrals, schools, hospitals, etc..., funded in part by the cathedraticum http://www.newadvent.org/cathen/03441a.htm will compete with the corporate-military warsocialist system of governance?

Pound-for-pound - the catholic value proposition easily overpowers the pure parasitism of the banksters http://subrealism.blogspot.com/2013/11/long-overdue-time-for-steer-roast.html - but how does it compare with the value proposition of the U.S, Navy? http://www.straitstimes.com/breaking-news/se-asia/story/typhoon-haiyan-us-military-scales-down-aid-efforts-philippines-20131123

Vic78 said...

The US military is on another level. The ROI is impressive. And you have a blank check from the world's richest country. For the church to get into it with the military wouldn't work out too well for the church. The military has a better 'hearts and minds' campaign than the church.

Nakajima Kikka said...

Indeed. The situation inside the plant before March 11 shows very clearly what TEPCO was most concerned with and had planned for: a catastrophic earthquake ON THE JAPANESE MAINLAND. And in fact, the control systems worked perfectly to protect the reactors and their nuclear cores from earthquake damage on that day. A plan to protect the plant from a tsunami due to an off-shore earthquake or typhoon was also in place; the seawall and plant siting were designed to hold off a 30-foot high tsunami. I suspect that the thinking back in the 1970's, when it was built, was that a 30 feet worth of protection was sufficient to protect the plant from all but the most extreme tsunami events, particularly given that the area had not been struck with anything like a 50-foot high tsunami in all of recorded history. So the thought of catastrophic flooding due to a 50-foot high tsunami simply wasn't given serious consideration.

Given that, taking the responsibility for managing and performing the clean-up and decommissioning of Fukushima from TEPCO and putting it in the hands of ??? (Halliburton? the Japanese Army? the U.S. Army? the UN?) is not helpful--though it may seem like it on the surface. Like it or not, no one knows more about the condition of the plant and what may and may not work to clean it up than TEPCO and GE. That's the main reason why there's so much frustration. Beyond that, all the documents, orders, memos, etc. that matter are written in a very abstract, "bureaucratic" form of Japanese that is frankly difficult for native, highly-educated Japanese to clearly understand, let alone non-Japanese. The language of communication itself limits the possibility of transfer of control from TEPCO to someone else. Like it or not, we're stuck with TEPCO.

While the situation at Fukushima IS being kept mostly hidden from the American people by our media, such is not the case in Japan, rumors to the contrary. The Japan Times provides extensive and excellent coverage of Fukushima on an almost daily basis: http://www.japantimes.co.jp/tag/fukushima-no-1/

Fukushima is extremely serious, but the notion that, because of it, it inevitably means "bye-bye Japan and the rest of the world" is pure hysteria. Global warming remains a far bigger threat than Fukushima.

Nakajima Kikka said...

OK, OK. There was an opportunity to take the low road, and I took it. You were right to call me on it. My bad.
I actually was trying to make a larger point, though. Which is that the kind of "extreme negativity", for lack of a better word, expressed by Gunderson is not helpful in crisis management. The appropriate place for such thinking is during long-range planning, long before any kind of crisis exists. That's the time when a "gloom-and-doom" attitudes can play a constructive role, as it helps force everyone involved in the planning to at least consider extreme, catastrophic scenarios. Gunderson would've been a good man to have on TEPCO's disaster planning committee back in the 1970's. But now that the crisis is upon us, and is an on-going one, such attitudes are extremely destructive. Cackling with glee in anticipation of the day that two fuel rods touch and release mass quantities of radioactive gas into Reactor 4, forcing its evacuation, just so he can say "I told you so" is not helpful.

Tom said...

There's something familiar about this kind of banter between folks trying to get at the truth, and folks saying that getting at the truth is mean-spirited, destructive, and too late. It reminds me of the telecom industry in the late 1990s.

CNu said...

My man talking bout cackling doom and gloom around a pair of fuel rods touching while there are at least two or three chinese generals with visions of bunker busters and SFP #4 dancing around their heads....,

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