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Friday, February 18, 2011

Dodd, Chomsky, Celente and Military Brass Warn of Revolution in America

Yesterday, House Budget Chairman Paul Ryan said "It's like Cairo's moved to Madison these days."

Noam Chomsky said that the Wisconsin protests might be the start of a "democracy uprising".

Top trend forecaster Gerald Celente has been predicting a revolution in America for years, stemming from Wall Street's pillaging of the economy.

Indeed, top American and international military commanders have warned for years that the financial crisis could lead to revolution. See this and this.

Even ultimate political insider Chris Dodd said in 2008:
If it turns out that [the banks] are hoarding, you’ll have a revolution on your hands. People will be so livid and furious that their tax money is going to line their pockets instead of doing the right thing. There will be hell to pay.
Of course, the big banks are hoarding, and refusing to lend to Main Street. In fact, they admitted back in 2008 that they would.


  1. “For a decade, Russian academic Igor Panarin has been predicting the U.S. will fall apart in 2010. For most of that time, he admits, few took his argument — that an economic and moral collapse will trigger a civil war and the eventual breakup of the U.S”
    (As if Things Weren’t Bad Enough, Russian Professor Predicts End of U.S. – Wall Street Journal – 12/29/08)

    - The collapse of the US Dollar is just around the corner
    - Key states (like California) are ready to declare bankruptcy
    - The College Tuition bubble is ready to burst
    - Gold and silver paper certificates are exceeding the real amount reserves of these precious metals
    - The average price of gasoline in the US is $3.17 per gallon
    - If the Zionist regime decides to launch a surprise attack against Iran's nuclear facilities, it will not only accelerate the demise of the US economy but also the end of American hegemony in the Middle East
    - Therefore, better be ready for the worst

  2. Chomsky's comment is absurd. "Democracy" occurred in Wisconsin last November. A tiny minority now has invaded the state capitol seeking to prevent democracy from working.

  3. I continued reading this blog because I like how it gives constant references from which to branch out and do one’s own research. Thanks for that.

    But it never takes long for someone to write something that doesn’t even seem to be intended to make sense, just to show that they oppose. Period. Doesn’t really have to make sense unfortunately…


    So a “tiny” minority, trying maintain to rights to collective bargaining ( a form of democracy) is now trying to KEEP democracy from working? Is democracy only valid depending on “who” is seeking it? Do you remember our ancestors came here because they didn’t believe that was true?

    This kind of cultish reduction thinking will be our nation’s undoing.

    The terms “democracy”, much like “liberal” or “liberalism”, “freedom”, and even “God” have been gradually co-opted and pulled to the extreme in debate in the country. I mean, IS democracy happening in Wisconsin, or not?

    Give us your definition of “democracy” Sherman, and we might begin to understand what on earth you were actually trying to say. But for now, you’re contradicting yourself…

  4. Just think about how silly this is. The wealthy people of America (5%) benefit from the system that gives them their wealth, yet deprive that very system of the circulation necessary to make it prosper.

    If the wealthy would give just a fraction of their money back to the people, the economy would function properly again and the wealthy would make EVEN MORE MONEY. Sometimes you have to get by giving.


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