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“Kill anything that moves”


By AL Whitney © copyround 2016
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Researcher author Nick Turse explains how the US military forces our sons into murdering innocent men, women and children. All too often the PTSD they suffer when they arrive home is coming from the conflicts they suffer AFTER they themselves have committed unimaginable atrocities against civilian (and even animal) populations. We all need to understand what happens to our good men (or women) who enlist in the U.S. military!

And, the VA psychiatrists add insult to injury by forcing really dangerous psychotropic drugs onto these spiritually injured men in an effort to keep them quiet and dysfunctional so they don’t make public the crimes they have been ordered to commit, like the Iraqi Veterans Against the War did at the Winter Soldier conference in 2008. See:

And who is behind this tragedy being committed on and by our military forces: The MoneyMonsters, aka the central banksters that fund and profit from all war. Michael Rivero did an outstanding presentation explaining how it all works. His article is the basis for the following video:

To quote Rivero from his amazing article:

As long as Private Central Banks are allowed to exist, inevitably as the night follows day there will be poverty, hopelessness, and millions of deaths in endless World Wars, until the Earth itself is sacrificed in flames to Mammon.

The path to true peace on Earth lies in the abolishment of all private central banking everywhere, and a return to the state-issued value-based currencies that allow nations and people to become prosperous.

The system the MoneyMonsters created is even more insidious than Michael Rivero has revealed. They have stealthily tied together: corporate government, private scrip, and their very own B.A.R. version of a commercial legal system that is inflicted on the unsuspecting population . . .  every day.  See: The Real Law of the Land in America


All Wars are Bankers Wars – and More

Michael Rivero of WhatReallyHappened.com wrote an excellent piece, All Wars are Bankers Wars, about the banksters and war.  Michael demonstrates that wars are not started because leaders cannot get along or have out of control expansionist desires . . .

Michael Rivero’s All Wars are Banker’s Wars:


John Truman Wolfe, author of Crisis by Design, explains why Central Bankers are nothing more than thugs:


Andrew Carrington Hitchcock, author of The Synagogue of Satin,  explains what happens when Central Bankers take over a country’s monetary system:


These three videos should make it easy to understand the tragedy that has befallen the American people since 1913 when the Rothschild central bankster’s creation, the Federal Reserve, was given control of our monetary system!

From the Federal Reserve’s website:
“The entry of the United States into World War I . . . added to the responsibilities of the young Federal Reserve Bank. It helped finance US military expenditures by becoming the fiscal agent of the federal government.”

Neutering the global economic terrorists!

 You will likely not see this information on the main stream media as the international banking cartel has had control of it for many years.

Alex Jones, who has been exposing the international banksters (TheMoneyMasters) for many years, explains why it is now US or THEM:

These are the same entities that John Perkins exposed in his book I Was an Economic Hitman.

Former Wall Street insider, Max Keiser, lays out his (and others) plan for their destruction. Absolutely everyone can participate in this plan to regain control of our own monetary system and return to sane policies.

Max Keiser’s plan represents a peaceful revolution against the extremely corrupt international banking cartel.

Our Political ‘Teams’

by AL Whitney (C) copyright 2010
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And the Bankers Manifesto of 1892

“When through the process of the law, the common people have lost their homes, they will be more tractable and easily governed through the influence of the strong arm of the government applied to a central power of imperial wealth under the control of the leading financiers. People without homes will not quarrel with their leaders.”

It is amazing to watch how much of the population in the United States has developed such intense team loyalty.  To listen to Ohio State University and Michigan State fans before or during their annual game, you would think the guys on the field were locked in a mortal winner-takes-all battle. And fans have been known to cry or get seriously depressed if their ‘team’ loses.

The team loyalty ‘religion’ is also an integral part of the divide and conquer strategy being used on the population of the U.S. by the global gangster/bankers.  Some people actually admit they are Democrats or Republicans for no other reason than that’s what their parents were. Currently Team Republican seems to prefer O’Reilly and FOX news and Team Democrat are fans of Olberman and MSNBC. This is NOT an accident that the media (controlled by a few huge corporations) constantly beats the Democrat versus the Republican (or vice versa) drums. It is orchestrated to keep us divided and prevent us from noticing what is going on behind the curtain.  If we woke up and realized that Washington DC has become a replication of the movie The Godfather and Ben Bernake’s testimony to Congress was exactly like Michael Corleons, we’d recognize why our economy is on the brink of collapse and who is REALLY responsible. 

In the early 1900’s US Congressman Charles A. Lindbergh, Sr. from Minnesota revealed The Bankers Manifesto of 1892 before the US Congress sometime during his term of office between the years of 1907 and 1917 – to warn the citizens.

Perhaps the gangster/banksters got the idea of promoting a rivalry (as a smokescreen) from the Hatfields and McCoys which took place from 1878-1891? The Hatfield-McCoy feud (1878 – 1891) is an account of American folklore that has become a metaphor for bitterly feuding rival parties in general.

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