Posts Tagged ‘Commerce Department’
On The Edge
By Paul Krugman
Somehow, Washington has lost any sense of what’s at stake – of the reality that we may well be falling into an economic abyss, and that if we do, it will be very hard to get out again.
If you’ve read this blog at all you may know that Paul Krugman makes a lot of sense to me as far as I’ve heard his espousals: he thinks the economic stimulus bill should be passed asap.
And this little blogging gnat has been saying they should get the lead out in Washington – stop stalling, grandstanding, and looking for your party’s main chance – create jobs, Senator Doofus!
Yet the above beginning of Mr. Krugman’s article isn’t quite how I would put Congress’ equivocations and obstructionism…I’d say they do have some idea of what inaction means to American workers and guess what? they don’t care. They expected job losses, the destruction of our social fabric, and the spiralling de-civilizing of our nation.
Social tinkering has to break some eggs to make egg salad, you know, and radical reformers don’t mind the chaos as long as it’s not within their environments.
Perhaps failures of FEMA, the 911 emergency call system, banking, various government agencies, hospitals, and the rest – are a preview of the July 22, 2009 Solar Eclipse which says:
‘the need to make sudden reforms due to failure of old systems and methods; new ideas and systems are required to deal with events brought by this eclipse; any obstacles could be violently or tragically removed’ (paraphrased from Brady’s “Predictive Astrology.’)
(The 11 South Series of Solar Eclipses last manifested July 11, 1991 at 19 Cancer when Bush Sr was calling out – in public speeches – for a “new economic order” which is one reason why I say we’re in the throes of it for real now. Bill Clinton, ‘Mr. NAFTA’ took over the reins on Jan 20, 1993 and the script continued big time with George Bush – who lorded over the ‘Bailout Bill’ of 2008 – the Big Heist.)
Well, out here and far away from DC and NY, the “economic abyss” appears suspiciously like part of a well-rehearsed plan to make societal changes which the American people would not otherwise countenance without the oft-repeated ‘emergency’ keeping things on-the-boil and desperate.
So when politicians sell you something with a robotic ‘must take drastic measures or all will be lost’ ploy, watch out, they’re up to something stinky. Covering their own tracks and fingerprints is always part of the reason for the Hard Sell, but definitely not its gist.
Does Nobel-Prize-winning Mr. Krugman, who actually knows and rubs elbows with the Washington politicians and Wall Street gentry whom I constantly grouse about (here and at Stars Over Washington) – does Krugman actually have no idea that the meltdown was staged and is part of a larger agenda? Really?
Is it possible to be awarded a Nobel Prize for being totally unaware of such a large and ugly anti-American beast loose in the House?
You know sometimes political actors are given devil’s advocate roles in which many of them excel – drama keeps things complex and motives obscured. But it’s all political thespianism taken out of bounds since Jan 20 as thousands of US jobs hemorrhage, and I hope the calvary arrives soon for the American worker – perhaps when Inaugural 2009′s Mercury leaves his own *shadow around Feb 15 or 16 and can then perfom his signing-of-documents function with a smaller chance of regret!
*shadow period: the period of time and area of the zodiac that a planet traverses during its retrograde phase, turns direct, then moves beyond its original retrograde degree – when more forward progress can then be made.
Mercurial things include bills, legislation, documents, announcements, speeches, contracts…and Commerce. It would behoove Pres. Obama to wait on making another Commerce nomination announcement until Mercury is beyond his/her shadow period and moves on. What do you think? jc
What is Obama thinking by tagging Judd Gregg for head of the Department of Commerce? Gregg voted in 1995 to abolish the department!!
Now if all my rants about the undermining of America, destroying the US dollar, establishing a so-called one-world-government based on totalitarian principles , etc, have a speck of merit, this crazy idea of Obama to nominate Gregg makes some sense…especially if you think it’s part of the NWO agenda, baby!
Otherwise, it’s crazy and difficult to believe that there’s no better nominee for the post than a Bushie. Of course, the NWO has a pecking order within it – and the US Chamber of Commerce is one of its main players.
So there we go: fruit basket turn-over and America’s one-party system masquerading as two parties now morphing one into the other in plain sight.
Things must be pretty solid in the take-over department now because they don’t care anymore if we notice what they’re up to.
You know, when Abe Lincoln appointed opponents to his cabinet it was political inspiration and a brilliant move at that time.
But in 2009, it seems either to be shooting oneself in the foot or a facet of the new economic order that we-the-people hear so much about – the class warfare agenda that we should be doing more to combat. That one.