They warned us are we ready to listen to them?

United States
June 10, 2011 11:52pm CST
They warned us are we ready to listen to them? http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y0FI63kDKLU&feature=player_embedded#at=15
6 responses
@debrakcarey (19924)
• United States
11 Jun 11
Oh dear, seems I've duplicated your efforts. Please forgive me, it was not intentional. Drat! It was late and I didn't check, I shall ask myLot to remove mine. It seems we both posted at the same hour. Sorry. There's a quote in there from Jefferson and Washington I believe. These people have been busy for a long time.
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@debrakcarey (19924)
• United States
11 Jun 11
This is a spiritual battle, it's existed since the beginning of civilization. The Tower of Babel was the first attempt at world government, we are witnessing the last. Curiously, the EU Parliment Building in Strasburg pays tribute to this fact. The motto on its walls is "Many Tongues, One Voice." http://vigilantcitizen.co... We’ll go straight to the point: the Louise Weiss building is meant to look like painting “The Tower of Babel” by Pieter Brueghel the Elder in 1563. Story says that the Tower of Babel was never completed. So, the UN Parliament is basically continuing the unfinished work of Nimrod, the infamous tyrant, who was building the Tower of Babel to defy God. Do you think this is a good source of inspiration for a “democratic institution”?
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• United States
16 Jun 11
debrakcarey no problems, we have bigger fish to fry.
@Adoniah (7515)
• United States
12 Jun 11
There are a few of us who have been saying this for ages and we get knocked down every time. Not that I want to be right...this is horrible. But if more people would just wake up to reality maybe folks would stand up and DO something about these bas tards who have been systematically destroying our country. I spend all of most of my days writing to people and trying to influence the useless wet rags in office to cease and desist. I do not know how much difference I make, but it is all I have left that I can do. Illness has depleted my physical abilities. I just posted on a non-paying site. I have been spending more time at these places since they seem more interested in acting instead of earning pennies. My latest push has been to march on Washington for the Summer. All those who are unemployed...homeless...without roots or obligations, spend the summer in tents in DC and do an old fashioned 60s sit-in. There are some nice soup kitchens there and the weather isn't cold. There is a lot to do when you are not harassing the Gov. Not everyone has to stand in front of the white house full time. I think this would be the best way to drive them nuts. They did the million man march for their souls...lets to it for the soul of our country and our lives...We are in real trouble.
• United States
11 Jun 11
It is only too obvious that we have been aware of the insidious forces at work to destroy our country for over a hundred years. How sad that we have never had leaders brave enough to face these dangers head on and remove them.
@debrakcarey (19924)
• United States
11 Jun 11
Some of our leaders have been 'them'. Woodrow Wilson for one, he got caught with a misstress and was blackmailed into allowing the Federal Reserve Bank to start. FDR was the worst, he KNEW Japan intended to attack and didn't warn the military at Pearl Harbor, in fact he goaded the Japanese to attack with embargos and memos insulting the Emperor.
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• United States
12 Jun 11
These actions were in the past and as such are just a part of history and cannot be changed. IMO they have no influence on the mess our county is in right now. Perhaps my statement should read" How sad that we do not have leaders brave enough to face the dangers (we have right now) head on and remove them.
@debrakcarey (19924)
• United States
17 Jun 11
The federal reserve is not good for America. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SxCX_D5xVLM Listen to all G. Edward Griffin, especially The Creature From Jekyl Island. It is all part of what we are seeing today. The federal reserve and world bank are a large part of why the world's economy is in nose dive.
@Jaytech (2251)
11 Jun 11
The Bilderberger meeting is taking place this weekend in Europe, a lot of big name politicians are there, it has been silenced for many years & anyone bringing up up wiould automatically get the "conspiraloon" tag. Unfortunately it has made many of the big newspapers here in the UK this year, so it isn't quite as hush hsh as it has been for the last 50 years. http://www.infowars.com/swiss-politician-lukas-reimann-swiss-people-oppose-imf-world-bank-and-the-bilderberg-group/
@debrakcarey (19924)
• United States
12 Jun 11
EU parliment member Borghezio attempted to enter the secure meeting and was slammed to the floor and beaten by security. Doesn't sound like they wanted company. Why the heavy security I wonder, if all their doing is socializing like we'er led to believe?
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@dark_joev (3043)
• United States
13 Jun 11
I didn't watch the entire thing so I may of missed a point which I hope I didn't But yeah the Federal Reserve System is a bad system to say the least. So are all Centralized banking systems as it puts one group in control of an entire countries Economy. This is one of the Reasons I believe it was Andrew Jackson got rid of the Central Bank that the United States had before the Federal Reserve System was set up and for that year the country had no Debt and I believe that Congress or the States where in control of the creation of Money. The way most of the World has it now is a few people control the entire Economy the Rich and Poor in the United States are slaves to the Federal Reserve System as they have complete control of the Entire Economy. As for the World Domination plot thing that is as old as dirt. I mean of course their are going to be people that want to control the entire world but you need other conditions that groups or even people can't control. You need the formation of a One World Culture before you dissolve Nations from Earth and for the foreseeable future that isn't going to happen.
@bobmnu (8160)
• United States
11 Jun 11
Not only should we be concerned with the financial dealing of the government but we should also be very concerned with the bureaucracy of regulators who can make and change the rules. Look at the carbon regulations that Congress voted down and is now being implemented by the EPA. What about the TSA that decides that a body pat down is necessary to board a plane? these are just a couple of examples there are many more that we may not even be aware of. The bigger the government the more rules needed, the more rules the more government has to increase in size.