James Buchanan usually tops my list, mainly because he stood by and pretty much let the Civil War happen.
Herbert Hoover is pretty far up there, again, because he sat by and let a terrible situation become worse, this time the lead-up and beginning of the Great Depression.
Many consider Richard Nixon to be one of our worst, but I’m not in that camp. Hell, the guy ended the Vietnam War!
Obama was supposed to end a war as well, this one in Iraq. Instead he just lied to us about that.
He lied to us about closing Guantanamo, and he lied to us about ending income taxes for seniors making less than $50,000.
He lied to us about reigning in CEO pay by closing loopholes, he lied to us about a $60 billion account to fund roads and bridges, and he lied to us about forbidding companies in bankruptcy from giving their CEO’s bonuses.
Yes, Obama lied to us about a lot of things.
Most politicians are exactly the same way.
And really…I can’t blame Obama too much.
He has very little power.
Most people in the world know that there’s a hidden hand that truly directs things, and it’s one of the reasons I get thousands of views on my Illuminati article each month.
People know that our president isn’t the greatest power in the land, they know the buck no longer stops there.
So where does it stop?
That’s harder to put our finger on, though signaling out the Federal Reserve, the IMF, the World Bank and the Bank of International Settlements is good place to start.
I mean, open your eyes.
Here’s a country that’s repeatedly said they want to wipe America off the map, they admit they're developing nuclear weapons to do that, and they continually test them as if to drive the point home further.
And we just sit back and let that happen.
Sometimes we chuckle to ourselves.
Oh, those silly North Koreans! Oh that silly man and his silly haircut! Aren’t they jokes? Ha!
Meanwhile we continue to slap sanctions on Iran, a country that isn’t going around saying they want to blow us off the map (though they do say that about Israel from time to time).
So…why are we sanctioning a country that means us no harm but we pretty much ignore a country hell-bent on destroying us?
Yeah, we have sanctions against North Korea – Obama put some in place in both 2009 and 2013.
They have no teeth, they have no effect.
In March 2016 China put tougher sanctions on the country, ones that limited coal imports.
Then a short time later China turned around and ignored its own sanctions, using a loophole to continue coal shipments to the country.
And really, I think we know by now that no matter what you do, North Korea doesn’t care.
The country has no money, the people there have no skills, and when you look at it like that, they have nothing to lose.
So when I open my eyes I see the powers behind the scenes using North Korea as the catalyst for the eventual world changes that have been on the drawing board for years, if not for a century or more.
Whoa…a century or more? Get out of town!
Jacob Schiff with New York investment banking firm Kuhn, Loeb and Company gave Leon Trotsky $10,000 to get things started off in May 1917, and eventually the banker gave $20 million to the Bolshevik cause.
Weird thing for a capitalist to do, huh?
Well, it was necessary to build up the world Hegelian dialectic of a thesis, antithesis and eventual resolution.
So we have capitalism needing a stronger enemy, so it creates communism, and now after a monumental battle between the two we’ll get to our globalist one-world government.
I think that’s what our failed community organizer turned failed president, Obama, will be doing soon – a lot of work in Europe with the UN, EU, and other globalist entities to make that one-world dream come about sooner.
That kind of world in no way benefits you or your family, just the rich bankers and their hanger-on’s.
What benefits regular people is nationalism, or strong nations that can work and trade together to enrich themselves and their people.
Sure, there’s money…but most of that finds its way back into the vast network of Federal Reserve banks, and eventually ends up in Europe.
It’s why we have $20 trillion in national debt.
Even as long ago as 1995 we knew that up to $250 billion of the $375 billion American dollars in circulation were not in America but overseas.
You might remember how we profiled Confessions of an Economic Hitman a few months ago. It’s a good book that profiles the large corporations that go into third-world countries, prey on them, steal their resources, then lead them heavily in debt to multinational banks.
That’s how the globalist system operates– just as it did in colonial days when places like Africa and Asia were swallowed up and spit out again.
Most are still trying to come to grips with the spiritual, economic, and cultural setbacks they suffered 150 years ago or more. It’s why they’re in poverty.
It’s why so many of those old colonizers – now in the guise of international banks – go back into those countries and make them false promises so they can trick the people, get them to sign on the dotted line, then slam them with more debt, more payments they’ll never be able to make.
That’s how the world operates
In Other News
I asked Matt Volz, the Associated Press reporter that gave us that number.
He never replied to me, and that goes for the Montana Standard as well.
No one really cares about this.
No one really cares that there are numbers floating around out there with nothing to back them up.
And why should they care?
It’s not like any of this is important.
No, I’m serious – this is state government spending for 2018 and 2019.
For the most part, it won’t have much effect on you. We already know the GOP won’t be raising taxes, and we know they’ll cut spending way down from what Bullock wants.
There’s nothing Bullock or legislative Democrats can do about this, besides whine.
Moving on…I see that we have a new entry for the special election.
It’s Rob Quist!
Yeah, I don’t know who the fuck that is either.
I guess he’s some old musician.
Now, if you’re of a certain age – and you remember what the Aber Day keggers were – then you might know who this person is.
He was in some band called the Mission Mountain Wood Band that I guess had a few hits.
I’ve heard the name before, but I don’t think I’ve heard their music.
Again, if you’re not of a certain age all this stuff will go right over your head.
Anyways, I guess Quist is a Democrat.
Pretty much anyone can call themselves a Democrat. There’s no blood test or pissing in cups or anything…we just take your word for it.
This can cause problems later when candidates speak their mind a bit more, but then Montana Democrats just take the approach they took with me in 2016 – they ignore your phone calls and emails publicly while behind closed doors they create fake social media accounts to mock you.
Yes, it is just like high school.
To me, the Quist ‘candidacy’ is nothing more than a joke.
This man has no chance, let’s not kid ourselves.
The candidate will probably be Amanda Curtis, maybe some other legislative type that’s been thumbed by the Party as having a viable, long-term future.
In other words, it’ll be someone the Party knows will play ball and do as their told…and occasionally roll over (on the issues), go fetch (the corporate donations) and play dead (when the votes come in).
That last is of course the easiest, and what most of us expect to see happen come May or June or whenever this damn thing will be.