Saturday, May 06, 2006

[september_eleven_vreeland] Digest Number 1350

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1. Central Banks Give Countries' Financial Sovereignty to IMF
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2. Business as Usual
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Message: 1
Date: Fri, 5 May 2006 11:47:13 -0400
From: "norgesen" <>
Subject: Central Banks Give Countries' Financial Sovereignty to IMF

In January, the Bank for International Settlements chief economist, William White wrote a white paper of his own calling for a return to the gold standard or global or regional currencies to help with global imbalances and for the IMF to have the power of surveillance over a country's finances...


By Joan Veon
April 26, 2006

Comments by Joan Veon: Usually at the end of a G7 press briefing, the room is packed full. This one had more security than reporters. It was very unusual. Furthermore, they did not ask for press names and the person with the microphone did not get close enough to the reporter asking the question so everyone could hear. This is NOT how U.S. Treasury press briefing are and all of the key people were there to set it up. Snow appeared very unsettled and appeared to want to go through the motions and "get it done." Where was the rest of the press? Good question. The Reform of the IMF is pretty major. Phrases of interest are highlighted.

In January, the Bank for International Settlements chief economist, William White wrote a white paper of his own calling for a return to the gold standard or global or regional currencies to help with global imbalances and for the IMF to have the power of surveillance over a country's finances even if it means losing part of their national sovereignty.

This IMF/World Bank meeting was extremely historic because it, in essence, gave the IMF more power than ever before in its history. Part of the crescendo in this opera was the fact that everyone was calling for a greater supervisory role for the IMF. The white papers, the discussion, the agenda, the objective of the meeting was simply to use "global imbalances" to take more financial sovereignty that ever before. The chief economist of the IMF said this, "People tend to dismiss these [role of various actors today] as minor frictions, sand in the gears of the globalization juggernaut. History, however, suggests there is a short distance from economic patriotism to unbridled nationalism. This is why the multilateral discussions in meetings like this are so important. They help ensure we continue to benefit from globalization in an atmosphere of mutual responsibility and shared destiny."

In a speech by Rodrigo de Rato, the IMF Managing Director, he said, "the IMF should pay the role of "umpire" in the international system." He explained that "neither the players nor the rules of the same are static. The days when G7 finance ministers could sit in a hotel room and make decisions about exchange rates are gone. This is a whole new ballgame." He went on to say, "As the players and the ground rules in the global economy change, we have the capacity to reflect these changes, and to be the place where policy makers can come together to shape the forces of globalization and make it work for us." He talked about the issue of surveillance and the problem of global imbalances and how "coordinated action would be both politically easier and economically more effective than governments in systemically important countries acting alone.

He proposed that the Fund begin REGIONAL consultations (my words, not his). He described it as "the Fund complement its existing arrangements for consultations with individual countries with multilateral consultations, which would allow the Fund to take up issues comprehensively and collectively with systemically important members and, where relevant with entities formed by groups of members such as the EU and the Gulf Cooperation Council." The IMF is now calling for regional not individual country participation. The IMF will devise a "more systematic assessment of the consistency of exchange rate policies with national and international stability."

There was also a great deal of talk about "shared responsibility" and "multi-stakeholder" participation. Multi-stakeholder participation refers to the fact that in the 21st century interdependent world, ALL ACTORS must work together: government, business, NGO's, labor unions, academia, etc. NO ONE CAN DO IT ALONE! The phrase "interdependent" not only refers to a world without borders, it also refers to the fact that no one country, NGO, business, labor union, etc. can do it alone. There is a new glue that now holds the world together.

Secretary Snow Remarks

The G7 met at a time when global economy performing in a strong, sound way. The U.S. is the strength and stability of the global economy. Growth is strong throughout the globe with Europe picking up some--getting closer to their potential-- but still falling short. With Japan's growth having picked up nicely and growth in other parts of the world-India/China is string, sub-Sahara /Africa much stronger than it has been. In fact, the global economy is in the best shape than it has been in a long, long time. Strong growth, high productivity, inflation well contained with regard to historical standards and with the net result that per capita income across the globe is rising in ways we have not seen in a long, long time.

Where ever you look across the globe you see growth, you see stability-no crises anywhere, no recessions. Fundamentals appear strong and we need to take steps to ensure that we stay on it. That is one of the subjects that the G7 finance ministers and central bank governors addressed. I confirmed for our G7 colleagues the fact that the U.S. is on a good path. The fundamentals of our economy are good. We are growing at a good clip. We are creating jobs and real wages are rising, productivity is high and inflation remains well uh- contained. Uh we started this morning with an IMF sponsored conference on "Global Balances"- uh sometimes the phrase is "Imbalances" but it is really balances because the other side of the current account deficit is capital account surplus-it is just the math of the global economy. You will see appended to the Communiqu� an Appendix because it reviews the matters which were discussed at the IMF meeting this morning.

I commend Rodrigo de Rato for calling the conference and clearly putting the IMF in the middle of bi-lateral and multi-lateral surveillance. The G7 Finance Ministers and Central Bank governors gave the IMF a strong remit today to proceed with surveillance and to make surveillance a critical priority of the IMF, following very much the lead that Rodrigo de Rato gave us in his recent white paper. The focal point of the conference, I was pleased to see, at the conference on Global balances was the fact that there was shared responsibility. All of us in the global economy have a part to play. We have a role to play and that no one of us on our own can individually address the issue effectively. On the part of the U.S. we know that we need to raise savings rates and deal with our deficit. We are dealing with the deficit, of course, the deficit is on a good downward path and the president is committed to cutting it in half before he leaves office. That is the path we are on. We are going to achieve that objective and bring the deficit; by the time he leaves office, to a level that is low by historical standards. I was pleased to be able to review that picture and outlook with my colleagues.

We also talked about the role of other participants in the global economies. The need for the EU and Japan to continue to take strides to remove impediments that stand in the way of their coming closer to their full potential. To get at the things that hold back the dynamism of their economies. We also talked about the need for countries that have rigid exchange rates-don't' have flexible exchange rates-to move to greater flexibility because it helps that adjustment process. We also talked about strategies to deal with sizeable current account surpluses that we find in the oil exporting countries-the so called "petrodollars". I found that discussion very, very useful. Confirming basically the approach the G7 has already taken to deal with the global balances.

I was pleased to see our colleagues share our view that fundamental reform of the IMF is the order of the day, both going to the issue of their mission-their fundamental mission--which has to be focused on surveillance and the balances and global flows, both bilateral and multilateral, and the governance issues of the agents of the IMF which were also addressed and you will see they are covered in the communiqu�. We also, the G7 talked about the financial war on terror and I was able to lay out some of the initiatives we in the U.S. are taking. We have to be continuously vigilant on that subject and the U.S. in the forefront on the Financial War on Terror-the forefront of using the authority that we have to go after terrorist funding and terrorist networks and to use those tools to follow terrorist monies to the terrorist themselves. The money flows don't lie and we can effectively use money flows to identify terrorists and terrorist cells. We have had a chance to do that. I hope you have had a chance to see the Communiqu� and annex and will respond to your questions.

First question about Russia and some meeting. Could not clearly hear it.

Snow: We had a good meeting. I feel we are making progress but I feel we are making good progress and a continuation that Minister Kudron and I had when we were in Moscow on the WTO. This was a follow-on to those discussions and I think there is progress being made and I remain optimistic that we can work out the WTO agreement.

Question: Could not hear.

Snow: Yes, pause - the issue of trade was much on our minds. Both the positive side and encouraging trade liberalization through the Doha Round which is very much on the minds of the finance ministers and central bank governors and something we are trying to lend support to and our weight to. The other side of the issue is to make sure that countries don't take up protectionist policies. I think the evidence is overwhelming that the global economy has benefited and the countries that comprise the global economy have benefited enormously from trade liberalization, from the ability on a scale we have never known before, to allow the principles of comparative advantage to operate and we see it lifting up the people's of the world and there is nothing that can be do that this more beneficial to the developing world to making progress on trade liberalization.

The World Bank Studies indicate disproportionate share of the Doha Round liberalizations will go to developing countries and will have sizeable impact over a period of time on standards of living. But we need to be and that is the point of the Communiqu�--we need to be on guard against barriers that would restrict the flow of goods and services and stand in the way of letting the benefits of trade be shared on the globe.

Veon: Mr. Secretary in your Statement you say that "greater flexibility will help resolve global imbalances". Paul Volcker and other economies are advocating a basket of currencies or some kind of global currency in the future-can you comment on that?

Snow: What we think it involves are things that are reflected in the Communiqu�-the Annex to the Communiqu�. It think this framework that we have laid out with the other G7 finance ministers, now largely embraced by the IMF, so that same framework repeated yesterday in the statement of IMF Chief Economist. It's seems to us that this is the fright framework. It is a framework that calls on countries to do things that are in their own interests. Its in the interest of Europe to grow faster, it is in the interest of the peoples of Europe to grow faster and create more investment opportunities. Thus, use the labor force of Europe more effectively and deal with double-digit unemployment rates that can't be acceptable to the people of Europe to have double-digit unemployment.

The answer to that is to have a more dynamic economy that is growing and absorbing the labor force more effectively. By the same token in parts of the world where currencies are not allowed to reflect underlying realities that is crating a barrier to the improved performance on these imbalances but it is also penalizing the citizens of those countries because it gets in the way of those currencies reflecting the real value and if the real value would have the currency be higher than that means the country is giving up purchasing power. Thus, ipso factor, by its very nature, reducing the standard of its citizens and also getting in the way of the monetary authorities ability to deal with inflation-ah, ah--so in sending the wrong signals to the economy so that investments are not occurring in the places where they create the greatest value for the economy-that is the proper balance between tradable and non-tradable sectors.

In the United States, it is very much in our interest to deal with this deficit, to bring it down and increase our own household savings rates. One of the main points that came out of our discussion of the Global Balances though is the importance of addressing the question in a way that sustains growth. It would be easy to reduce the U.S. current account deficit; nobody wants to see it happen that way. The Europeans don'ts, the citizens of South America don't want it to happen that way and neither do the people of Asia. So central to getting the whole equation right is that the U.S. continues to have good growth rates. If we are going to have good rates, then we have to resist calls to raise taxes because higher taxes aren't consistent with sustaining our high growth rates.

Question: Flexibility in Asian countries�the dollar might go down�do you have comment. Do you think it is a good thing for the IMF since you are encouraging surveillance �.

Snow: What you are referring to because that certainly wasn't the conversation during my participation in this morning's conference. The conference as indicated in the Annex, concentrated on the question of global savings and investments and what is the current account deficit and capital account surplus - but the difference really between a country's savings and its investments. If it a country like the U.S. that you are looking at then what we see is strong growth creating lots of investment opportunities-- greater than our own savings so we are attracting savings from the world and by the same token, countries that are in the surplus position, are generating more savings than investments.

That is the definition of the capital account surplus and the current account deficit and that was the subject. One of the issues that was discussed was how the rest of the world will adjust as the United States returns in the future to more normal growth rates. We have been growing above trend. We had a recession, the stock market crash, overinvestment in the 90's. We paid the price with a recession and we are coming out of a recession and when you come out of recession, because of good policies from the Fed and from the Bush administration, we have been able to grow at a high rate-substantially.

We are coming out of this recession better that how we came out of the last one. In the last 3 years, we have been growing at 3.8%. The basic growth potential of a fully employed economy is closer to 3.1% or 3.2%. So if the U.S. is going to be heading back to trend over time-can't exceed trend forever right. Trend is as a result of workforce participation rates and productivity and those give you the increase in GDP output. At some point, you have drawn into the workforce the unemployed and underemployed in capital resources. At that point, you get closer to trend.

One of the discussions was that as we get back to trend, how does the rest of the world adjust? Who picks up the slack? That is a serious subject because it goes to higher growth rates in other parts of the world and we can't grow above trend indefinitely, if the global economy is going to continue to have strong growth that it needs, were is it going to come from? Our slowing of growth means some slowdown in growth rates of our imports, right? That creates a natural savings process.

� 2006 Joan Veon - All Rights Reserved

Joan Veon is a businesswoman and international reporter, having covered 64 Global meetings around the world in the last ten years. Please visit her website: To get a copy of her WTO report, send $10.00 to The Women's International Media Group, Inc. P. O. Box 77, Middletown, MD 21769. For an information packet, please call 301-371-0541


Joan Veon articles:

a.. Central Banks Give Countries' Financial Sovereignty to IMF 4-26-06
a.. Inflation And The Federal Reserve 4-4-06
a.. The New York Stock Exchange Goes Global 3-8-06
a.. Will the UN Dip Into Your Future Salary? 1-30-06
a.. From World Economic Forum: Want to Know The Future? 1-27-06
a.. Slouching Toward Global Enslavement 1-20-06
a.. New Tax Scheme on The Horizon 11-1-05
a.. The Bank for International Settlements Calls for Global Currency 8-3-05
a.. Without Africa's Poverty, Global Taxation is Not Possible 7-30-05
a.. What About Africa? 7-23-05
a.. Reform the U.N. by Eliminating the Commonwealth 5-18-05
a.. Global Tax Almost a Reality 5-3-05
a.. The World Economic Forum Forges The Future of The World 2-3-05
a.. How Global Taxation Will Come Through the American Foreign Policy 1-30-05
a.. The World Tax Tsunami 1-29-05
a.. The World Economic Forum: Facilitating a New World Order 1-27-05
a.. The Debates are Really About Chromosomes and Votes 10-22-04
a.. Preparing Americans For Electronic Money Through Consumption Tax 8-16-04
a.. Sustainable Development, Agenda 21 and Prince Charles 8-13-04
a.. The United Nations Fosters a "UN of Corporations" 7-23-04
a.. The Law of The Sea Treaty - A Done Deal 6-28-04
a.. The Group of 8 Sets the Course For the 21st Century 6-17-04
a.. Veon Interview With High Level Treasury Group of Eight 6-11-04
a.. Global Rapid Deployment Force Getting G8 Backing 6-11-04
a.. Global Taxation Rears Its Ugly Head 5-2-04
a.. Letting The Markets Determine The Value of The Dollar 4-29-04
a.. The Difference Between Schwarzenegger and Gibson is John 14:6 3-8-04
a.. Who Are The G7 Finance Ministers 2-29-04
a.. Its Not The Currency Stupid, Its Integration! 2-20-04
a.. Global Volatility Facilitates Global Financial Integration 2-9-04
a.. Veon Interviews US Treasury Deputy Assistant Secretary for Public Affairs, Tony Fratto 2-7-04
a.. The Year of the Monkey and China's New Role in The World Economy 1-23-04
a.. US Leaders Highlight World Economic Forum Agenda 1-21-04
a.. A Done Deal: Free Trade Areas of The Americas 11-23-03
a.. Government Announces the Outsourcing of Professional Jobs 9-13-03
a.. Chicago, Inc. 8-31-03
a.. World's Monetary System The Bank For International Settlements 8-26-03
a.. Global Taxation And Tax Harmonization 8-20-03
a.. Does The Global Economy Need a Global Currency? 8-16-03

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Message: 2
Date: Fri, 5 May 2006 11:55:18 -0400
From: "norgesen" <>
Subject: Business as Usual

At that time Samuel Alito was a 3rd Circuit judge but did not sit on this case although he was most likely aware of it. His appointment to the Supreme Court was probably not about Roe versus Wade despite the so-called conservative support and media focus.


Deanna Spingola
April 30, 2006

The United States government has always provided numerous enemies to engender fear in the masses. It is the usual assortment of minor to major patsies and scapegoats: communism, Osama, Islamic Fascists, terrorism. Enemies may be defined as individuals or groups that deprive others of life and liberty by military force, stealth manipulation or by the usurpation of power. Given this definition, the most formidable of all our adversaries is none other than our own government. For decades government officials have usurped power without regard to the Constitution or the principled requests of the over-taxed citizens who theoretically voted them in.

By all available evidence, the hard-won representative form of government has gradually and surreptitiously been eliminated. Honest, patriotic statesmen willing to sacrifice and serve the Republic have been replaced by the privileged elite � professional, power-hungry, lying politicians motivated by self-enrichment and an elevated idea of their self-perceived worth. Their super exclusive ego trips are entirely at their constituents� expense. Even the sincere newly elected ones are often quickly seduced by the sophistry of wealthy globalists and the very deep pockets of big banks, big business and highly paid lobbyists (former congressmen). Big government provides them with eminent, unwarranted power, the best taxpayer provided pensions, security, perks and health care while producing progressive amnesia regarding their noble sounding campaign rhetoric. After the elections the populace can get back to reality TV and the politicians can proceed to carry out treason without culpability or accountability.

There are few exceptions, as most of our representatives falsely swear allegiance to the Constitution as they purport to represent the voters and their values and common concerns. But most have greater loyalty to the conspiratorial schemes of the nefarious secret societies in which they have membership.

Big business money long ago established secret societies in order to control nations. To control nations, one must first control the elected officials of those nations. These secret societies have names like the Illuminati, Council on Foreign Relations, Skull & Bones, Bilderberg and the Trilateral Commission among others. Oaths, secret signs and handshakes enable the worldwide membership to identify, enrich, promote, elect, endorse, nominate and acquit other members. Members have the same ultimate global goals � a world without borders, nationalities, sovereignty, or God-given personal liberty for every human. Money and power are necessary to accomplish the global goals. Thus businesses have become international rather than national. Nations and regular individuals cannot accrue wealth which is reserved for the elite globalist cabal. The one world government will be comprised of the elite and an enslaved majority � us.

In the fascist mix of government and big business the obvious, though barely reported, reprehensible but rationalized conflicts of interest include sharp-shooter Cheney and his intimate ties to Halliburton and their subsidiaries.[1] They consistently receive no-bid contracts worth billions for rebuilding foreign infrastructure that we bomb or the rampant government sanctioned destruction in our own country. As if Halliburton and Cheney were not enough, we now have the treacherous ports deal which George W. Bush claims he knew nothing about. Feigning ignorance appears to be consistent with him � let us count the many events since he was installed by the powers that be. One would imagine that with his illegal innocent civilian spying, that he might actually be informed about things he essentially should know. Nonetheless, big business and big government often go hand in hand and with the Bush family, big financial benefactors, we are guaranteed both.

One World Order advocate,[2] George H. W. Bush, was previously an advisor to the Carlyle Group, a Washington-based merchant bank was co-founded in 1987 by David M. Rubenstein, Daniel D'Anielo and William Conway. Not surprisingly, Rubenstein is a member of the Trilateral Commission.[3] �What they started was a private equity firm, aimed at using money from rich people or institutions to buy companies, run them for a while and sell them, hopefully at a profit.� After hiring Frank Carlucci as chairman, with his huge network of influential government contacts, Rubenstein recognized that �If you put powerful people next to rich people, some of the power rubs off on the rich guys and some of the money rubs off on the powerful guys.� This sickly expanding scenario amounts to fascism, a covert usurpation that appears innocent in its infancy but deadly monstrous when mature.[4]

�Carlyle has become the nation's 11th largest defense contractor, owning companies that make tanks, aircraft wings and a broad array of other military equipment.�[5] Interestingly, they own banks on the Korean peninsula. On December 17, 2002 the group announced that they had purchased the CSX Lines, a Charlotte, North Carolina based ocean carrier.[6]

In December 2004, the CSX Corporation was sold to Dubai Ports International, established in 1999, for $1.15 billion. The completion of the transaction took place in the first quarter of 2005.

�The acquisition of CSX WT makes Dubai Ports a top 6 global port operator, with a platform of container terminals enabling it to participate in the current and long-term growth of the global transportation and logistics industry and provide superior services to customers. It will also provide access to new growth markets, especially Asia and Latin America, which offer the highest volume growth rates in the port industry.�[7]

The Carlyle Group has close business associations with the Saudis, the bin Ladens, the military industrial complex and government. George H. W. Bush, a top Carlyle Group advisor was forced to resign. �Judicial Watch, the public interest law firm that investigates and prosecutes government corruption and abuse, reacted with disbelief to The Wall Street Journal report of yesterday (9/27/01) that George H.W. Bush, the father of President Bush, works for the bin Laden family business in Saudi Arabia through the Carlyle Group, an international consulting firm.�[8] Left undiscovered by Judicial Watch, could we even assume that he would demonstrate integrity and resign on his own?

Rubenstein resents the justifiable implications of complicit current foreign policy and private financial gain: �Do you really think the current president of the United States would ruin his reputation and potentially hurt the United States because of his father's business interests? It's ludicrous,� he says. �Do you really think because your father's making speeches in Saudi Arabia you're going to tilt U.S. policy one way or the other? It's ridiculous, it's absurd.� Greg Schneider Washington Post Staff Writer, March 16, 2003; Page F1 Please, Mr. Rubenstein, your suspiciously speedy denial is commentary on reality. And it would be very na�ve to doubt the obvious possibilities.

George H. W. Bush�s advisory capacity and speech making for this group in Saudi Arabia were unconscionable. �It didn't help that as the World Trade Center burned on September 11, 2001, the news interrupted a Carlyle business conference at the Ritz-Carlton Hotel here attended by a brother of Osama bin Laden. Former President Bush, a fellow investor, had been with him at the conference the previous day.�[9]

As if the government has not already sold off most of America,[10] George W. Bush, along with Secretary of the Treasury John W. Snow, are aggressively promoting the sale of our water-way borders to Dubai Ports International. �George W. Bush nominated John William Snow to be the 73rd Secretary of the Treasury on January 13, 2003. The United States Senate unanimously confirmed Snow to the position on January 30, 2003 and he was sworn into office on February 3, 2003. As Secretary of the Treasury, Snow works closely with President Bush on a broad array of economy policy issues.�

�Before coming to Treasury, Snow was Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of CSX Corporation, where he successfully guided the global transportation company through a period of tremendous change. During Snow�s twenty years at CSX, he led the Corporation to refocus on its core railroad business, dramatically reduce injuries and train accidents, and improve its financial performance.� CSX is the company that the Carlyle Group bought just the month before.[11] Hmm, I wonder if George W. knew about this transaction.

�The oil-rich United Arab Emirates is a major investor in The Carlyle Group, the private equity investment firm where President Bush�s father once served as senior adviser and is a who�s who of former high-level government officials. Just last year, Dubai International Capital, a government-backed buyout firm, invested in an $8 billion Carlyle fund.� Investors in the United Arab Emirates also invested $23 million dollars in Neil Bush�s company, Ignite! �Neil Bush's frequent travels to Dubai are documented by Datamatix, a Dubai-based information technology company that has featured Neil Bush as a speaker.�[12] With the Bush family, it is a family trait, a tradition � it is business as usual, without regard for allegiance, beginning with Prescott Bush and his business dealings with Adolph Hitler.

I suppose we ought to be grateful that Marvin Bush won�t be involved in the security at the ports if this treasonous deal goes through. Marvin Bush was associated with �A company that provided security at New York City's World Trade Center, Dulles International Airport in Washington, D.C., and to United Airlines between 1995 and 2001, was backed by a private Kuwaiti-American investment firm with ties to a brother of President Bush and the Bush family, according to records obtained by the American Reporter.�[13]

Meanwhile, many of us wonder how life�s circumstances can continue to degenerate regardless of effort. We observe our surroundings and sadly acknowledge pervasive pornography, disintegrating distressed families, toxic addictions, sexual sin and molestation, social engineering, deliberate dumbing down, relinquishing strategic technology to on again/off again enemies, selective government response to catastrophe, abject poverty, high taxes, attack on Christianity, out-of-control government spending, voter fraud, the genocide labeled �women�s rights,� business corruption, business outsourcing, a stacked Supreme Court, shredding of the Constitution � the law of the land, increased illnesses, government sponsored gambling, unrequited greed, crime, increased government dependence, indifference for others, government graft and corruption coupled with unpunished crime. The list could go on and on.

We live in deliberately arranged chaotic times. The compiled pervasive adverse circumstances indicate a coordinated scheme. Those whose jobs have not been outsourced or relinquished to illegal aliens that the administration ignores, work longer hours for wages that buy increasingly less and less. Employers who are unaffiliated with the �right� public officials are over-taxed, hampered and controlled by massive government regulations. Families exist from paycheck to paycheck with nothing left for emergencies. The poor become destitute or homeless. The middle class become the new poor. In what was the wealthiest most productive nation, there are scores of people who are homeless; many are veterans permanently afflicted because of their service to their country. They are alone, broke, broken and forgotten by the country they served. Those that now serve in Iraq, �keeping us safe� may suffer the same consequences due to exposure to depleted uranium.

There are absolutely no coincidences. Every crisis, situation or circumstance is carefully planned and orchestrated. �In politics, nothing happens by accident. If it happened, you can bet it was planned that way.� -- Franklin D. Roosevelt (1882-1945), 32nd US President

The government, especially the current �guest worker� administration totally ignores the porous southern borders while hypocritically claiming concern for our national security. Our complicit Congress favors big business over the working masses by passing and considering treasonous trade agreements, such as NAFTA, CAFTA and the FTAA. Eighty-seven percent of all Americans were against NAFTA but it was passed anyway. There were pervasive populace objections to CAFTA but Congress passed it anyway coerced and bribed by the administration. The passing of CAFTA might represent a big Bilderberg bonus for Bush.

These treaties are designed to destroy the middle class, national sovereignty and merge Canada, Mexico and the United States into the North American Community according to the goals set by Fox, Bush and Martin on March 23, 2005, at their unpublicized and seditious meeting at Baylor University in Waco, Texas. Apparently Waco is a location where the government feels very comfortable depriving citizens of their life, liberty and freedoms. Evidently this covert conference met with the blessings of the Council on Foreign Relations. �On May 17, 2005 the Council on Foreign Relations created an Independent Task Force to study the three country pact.�[14] However, public notification of this three country merge was strangely absent. No accident! We were being entertained or distracted by other things.

Supposedly well-informed Americans are thoroughly instructed, both officially and unofficially, about what we should know, believe and how we should feel about whatever the �brainwashington� government is attempting to advocate � like the treacherous ports deal. Despite advanced technology and the information super highway, we are nevertheless deliberately ill informed by a censored, government sanctioned media. The so-called �conservatives� claim there is a liberal bias in the media. The media, for the most part, gives a pass to whatever the government does. When it does report corruption, we can only guess at what this diversion is covering up � perhaps a United States bombing somewhere?

How do we throw out bad officials? Good third party candidates are maligned, ignored by the media or unable to get on the ballot. When we vote, do we legitimately vote for the most qualified, honest individual available or just choose the least objectionable candidate? Many long-term politicians have eastern establishment wealth and influence, are a shoo-in incumbent or have financial backing from influential big business concerns who expect that their money will purchase the �correct� congressional choices? Major candidates must be interviewed and receive accreditation from the Bilderbergs, one of the actual governing globalist establishments.

While the riches of the earth were designed to benefit mankind, they are used to procure and influence the materialistically minded. I find it very significant that the United Arab Emirates is the world's fifth-largest oil exporter. One can literally buy anything in this world for money. Wicked leaders frequently trade their loyalties, abandon personal principles, place fellow citizens into military servitude and generally follow the globalist agenda for the appropriate remuneration. Unethical people may always be purchased � it is merely the settlement of price.

Recent news reports tell us that Condoleezza �Cover Up� Rice is in the United Arab Emirates doing damage control. Bush states that we cannot send the wrong message to the government of the United Arab Emirates concerning the Dubai Ports International deal.[15] What about the message that this purchase sends to the American people about those who are supposed to represent our best interests? Well, duh, that is the message � THEY DON�T CARE!


1, Halliburton Years
2, Toward a New World Order
3, Connections And Then Some David Rubenstein Has Made Millions Pairing the Powerful With the Rich
4, Fourteen Defining Characteristics Of Fascism
5, Part Two : Inside The Carlyle Group
6, CSX and The Carlyle Group Complete Conveyance of CSX Lines
7, Dubai Ports International
8, Part Three : Ex-Prez Bush's Financial Ties With Defense Contractors Leads To Call For Resignation, Judicial Watch, 9/28/01
9, Connections And Then Some David Rubenstein Has Made Millions Pairing the Powerful With the Rich
10, When Americans No Longer Own America
11, Treasury Officials
12, Dubai funds Neil Bush's company
13, Marvin P. Bush
14, Building a North American Community, the Selling of America
15, U.S., UAE have sensitive relationship

� 2006 Deanna Spingola - All Rights Reserved



So how did our representative republic metastasize from the independent, neutral nation described in the Monroe Doctrine to an out of control, fiscally irresponsible, blatant, arrogant, massive interventionist government? It did not occur overnight or without the egomaniacal efforts of power grabbing globalists with tentacles extending into international banking and big business.

Deanna Spingola articles:

a.. Business as Usual 4-30-06
a.. Killing Several Birds With One Stone 4-16-06
a.. Stolen Innocence, the Sin of Incest 4-10-06
a.. Are You a Good American? 3-26-06
a.. The Infestation in Washington 3-18-06
a.. A Free Press, A Free Pass 3-4-06
a.. The American Empire and Big Business - Part 3, 2-26-06
a.. Warfare, the Road to Globalization, Part 5 - 2-5-06
a.. Warfare, the Road to Globalization, Part 4 - 2-5-06
a.. Warfare, the Road to Globalization, Part 3 - 2-5-06
a.. Warfare, the Road to Globalization, Part 2 - 2-5-06
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a.. The American Empire and Big Business - Part 1, 11-29-05
a.. Bush's War of Terror, WTC Buildings - Part 10, 11-19-05
a.. Bush's War of Terror, Cover Up - Part 9, 11-13-05
a.. Bush's War of Terror, Mass Murder - Part 8, 10-25-05
a.. Politicians, Put YOUR Money Where YOUR Mouth Is! 10-16-05
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a.. Bush's War of Terror, 9/11 - Part 7, 9-21-05
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a.. Bush's War of Terror, The Neo-Cons - Part 6, 8-22-05
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a.. Bush's War of Terror, Genocide - Part 4, 8-22-05
a.. Bush's War of Terror, 1990-1991 - Part 3, 8-22-05
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a.. Bush's War of Terror, Prelude - Part 1, 8-22-05
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