Hello and welcome back! Sorry for such a long absence, I was just overloaded with work over the summer and school recently, that I haven't had time to post. But holy shit, there has been a lot of new things happening since I've been gone. World-wide protests, a new war, preludes to other wars, more doomsday nonsense, and a disgusting display from our bought Congress. It has definitely been an interesting few months, so I'm going to go ahead and cover the Occupy Movement that has sparked resistance throughout the western world.
Over the entire summer, I was very excited about hearing ideas of an occupywallstreet event in New York City. And I must say I'm am extremely impressed with how it has evolved since its beginning in September. Today, over 1500 cities have started similar protests and occupations, with one major demand - GET MONEY OUT OF POLITICS. The beauty of it is that we see people from all over the political spectrum coming together in solidarity, uniting to conquer tyranny. Whether you want to attack Wall Street, or the Federal Reserve, the idea is that our country has been stolen from us, the 99%. I personally think that we must go after both, with the root of the problem being the Federal Reserve.
For those of you who don't know much about history, or the Fed in general, I'll discuss its history briefly. The Federal Reserve was started in 1913, created by a group of the country's most powerful and wealthy men. They predicted and essentially created the first set of depressions we experienced in the 20's and 30's, while the members of this private group became much wealthier. Fast forward to today, the Federal Reserve was responsible for bailing out the banks, with their first numbers coming out to be over $700 billion in bailouts. We now know that the number is in the trillions of dollars, of OUR taxpayer money, gone to bail out banks - while these banks created the problems we're facing today. The Federal Reserve is known to be working side by side with the banksters on Wall Street, and really runs a large portion of the government. They have powers that trump that of any other branch, and much of the time they answer to no one. Alan Greenspan went on tape to admit that the Fed (a supposed public entity) is truly private. This explains why people get arrested for filming on their property. The Federal Reserve also prints money, plenty of it, using that money to pay off our debts. Any person with common sense can see the problem with that. You print more money, the value of your currency goes down. Look at the US dollar right now, as it is about to die. The Fed has destroyed the dollar, which is resulting in a less powerful economic status of our republic. All of this being a plot, created in 1913 by the richest families in the world, to simply enslave us. Do your own research on the families and people involved - Rothschild, Rockafellers, etc. There is plenty of information, even if you just search "Jekyll Island," which is the place where this monster was created...
As for Wall Street, their history is quite simple. Banksters gave loans to people who couldn't pay back their debt, stole quite a bit of money on the side, made faulty investments, lobbied to government to pass their agendas, and let our country fall into the recession we've been experiencing, as they received bail outs and on top of it all, CEO's of these banks had RECORD BONUSES in their salaries.
I don't want to get too caught up in a history lesson, because this information is available all over the internet - just don't count on establishment media sites to search for it.
I guess the point of this post is to express my joy for this new movement. It seems people finally grew some balls, and decided to stand up to the system that has enslaved us for almost a century. Despite numerous cases of mass arrests and police brutality, thanks in part to our VERY corrupt NYPD (and the $5 million dollar donation to them from J.P. Morgan), protesters are still standing, gaining more numbers everyday. The NYPD may have the guns and the "legal power," but we have the numbers. I would like to ask any police officer or member of the military, who's side do you want to be on when its over and we have won? The side of the majority, the ones fighting for your rights and your retirement? Or the ones who simply use you as the brutes, to do their dirty work, putting you in the line of fire? And if you are involved with receiving bribes and "donations" to destroy our Constitution, to eliminate freedom of speech, and to trample on our rights as free people, you will be brought to justice. History is on our side. Tyrants fall, hard.
In closing, I want to extend a word of advice to all who are actively participating in these occupations and protests. DO NOT let anyone take this away from you, or co-opt it in any way. The establishment is going to do everything in its power to destroy this movement, even if that means it infiltrating and directing its goals to satisfy the owners. This protest should not have ANYTHING to do with party or political affiliation, because that is going to lead to massive separation and division. The idea is to go after ANYONE involved with corporate control over government, whether they are republican or democrat. Obama has continuously stated that he is in support of the movement, but not many people know that he is backed by the very people you are fighting against. Don't let Congress, the president, or any other corporate puppet influence you. This is your fight. If you want to support political figures, support people like Ron Paul, Bernie Sanders, Dennis Kucinich, etc. who haven't let corporate America, or any other group, buy them. All three branches of government are there to serve and represent the PEOPLE, not corporations, not lobbying groups. When 50% of Congress are millionaires and only 1% of the people are millionaires, there is a very serious problem.
Do not let tyranny spread any further. The coming months, even years will be tough, because the establishment is very scared and they know that they are about to lose the power. The only way to win this fight is through unity. If we stand united, we will triumph. We are the resistance.