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Republican Poodles Have A Hoover Moment

0000 - Clarence Henderson and his team Bill and DanWith his K Street bosses heading for their collective put option exits this past week, Speaker of the House John Boehner (R-IN) found it in him to put down the whiskey bottle just long enough to summon his House legions back to Washington at 6:30 PM tomorrow night – just 30 hours before we are told we will careen over the dreaded fiscal cliff.  Clutch move Boehner.  Just don’t start crying.

Lame Democratic tendencies aside, any poor sap still duped by or enamored with the increasingly irrelevant political dinosaur known as the Republican Party couldn’t have helped notice the Grand Old Party’s solid allegiance to the International Banking Cartel.  Yet they probably did miss this rerun.  Stockholm Syndrome anyone?

Hail to the thieves.  Lick more billionaire boots Whigs.  Yes sir!

Whilst the not so bright smirkers had it figured that a government shutdown would only effect pesky welfare mothers, librarians and other easy bully targets, fact is the Wall Street financial parasite class which feeds incessantly and historically at the government trough will feel the brunt of sequestration and other contract-killing festivities just ahead.  Not so good at math either, these condescending ignoramuses.

Pundits reckon this conjured cliff could well send us back into recessionary mode.  Soon – God forbid – we’ll be hearing those dreaded “D” words – deflation and depression - being bandied about again on the financial pages.  The vampire squids will demand ransom and the poodles – being the small dogs with big mouths that they are – will surely ride to the rescue, accompanied by many a perpetually-frightened Democrat.

We may well look back on this Milton Friedman-inspired hard-right dogma nonsense as that “Hoover moment” which tipped us back into the economic abyss.

It was in 1933 that the apple-promising Republican President Herbert Hoover - a devoted disciple of the Money Power - crimped government spending just as the US was inching out of the Great Depression.  His actions plunged the country back into depressionary misery, compelling hungry Ozarkers to disparagingly rename their humble but reliable turnip the “Hoover’s apple”.

It becomes increasingly difficult to prop up an economy characterized by over-concentration of wealth in the hands of the few.  In such an economy there is no competition, with gigantic Trusts lording over every industry, squeezing the middle class with the low wages paid in their factories and fields and higher prices on their oligopoly-controlled store shelves.

The only thing that will keep us from The Greater Depression now just over the horizon is the adoption of a new “trickle-up economics”, focused on back-filling the decay which privatization and laissez faire capitalism have wrought upon our manufacturing sector and infrastructure.  We have been engaged in a punitive race to the bottom.  Haiti awaits just over the medieval horizon.  Public education has been starved out, unions continually weakened and state budgets are in freefall.

The middle class is on the ropes.  Put simply, disrespected underpaid workers (we could get uppity and call them “boss creators” or maybe even “millionaire creators”) don’t shop much.  Even good blue-blooded capitalists like Henry Ford knew this.

Obama and the Democrats need to stand their ground for a change and insist on raising taxes on the blood-sucker welfare idle rich class.  No more free rides for Illuminati hydra.

Mr. President, let Wall Street hang from its own Ayn Rand-conjured rope, disregard the yapping psycho-poodles and begin to dismantle the Rockefeller/Rothschild Cartel oligopolies that lord over our nation’s economy like 1890’s Robber Barons of same name.

If Democrats can’t find the cojones to do that, they should prepare for a new political party which will challenge them from the left.  The dinosaurs will stay extinct, as dinosaurs tend to do.

Just the same, I’m hedging my bets.  Think I’ll fashion a nice toboggan for the ride over the now snow-covered fiscal cliff.  And, of course, I’ll plant some turnips.

Dean Henderson is the author of five books: Big Oil & Their Bankers in the Persian Gulf: Four Horsemen, Eight Families & Their Global Intelligence, Narcotics & Terror Network, The Grateful Unrich: Revolution in 50 Countries, Das Kartell der Federal Reserve, Stickin’ it to the Matrix & The Federal Reserve Cartel.  You can subscribe free to his weekly Left Hook column @

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10 thoughts on “Republican Poodles Have A Hoover Moment

  1. I would welcome a revolt, except that the problem is our neighbors. In this country you and I are the sovereigns. So the lazy king we revolt against is ourselves.
    The 8 bankster families, and the major corporations, HAVE NO POWER WE DO NOT HAND THEM DAILY. They have mostly smoke and mirrors. If we realize that we are the kings and rulers, not the elected employees, then we can place the blame where it belongs, and begin to solve this crisis.
    You say no?? Then show me. There is pain, but we gave them the mechanism to inflict it. Of course they will use it as we take it back, but if we are resolved, they will not have it long.
    All politics are local. Stop your obsession (the people, not Dean) with the feds. Look to your county sheriff, and his role as the designated chief law officer in the state or Commonwealth, inside his jurisdiction. He is hired and paid only by the Sovereigns, and must then be only responsible to them. Any statute to the contrary must be null.
    Then take back your school boards, where the indoctrination of children is the only goal of the 8 families that control education.
    In the short run this will be very painful, but in the long run it will lead to freedom and peace. Local and state police departments will have to cease dealing drugs and regulating them. There is a lot of money they will lose and they will fight us. Do you know that meth can be made to create a mellow mood or it can be made to create a violent mood by small changes in the formula? Do you think for one second that the CIA (now with offices in every major city, totally illegal) and the FBI have not been using this to control crime statistics at will?

    Posted by T altman | July 1, 2012, 6:46 pm
  2. BTW, if you refer to some of the elected employees as poodles, I suggest you look to both parts of the party, not just the Republican part. I much prefer the term robots to poodles. Or at least puppets. But then they do yipe a lot, and they beg for the table scraps of the 8 families. Ok, poodles works.

    Posted by T altman | July 1, 2012, 6:51 pm
  3. The bunch of hemorrhoids that we have running our country should all join hands and jump off a cliff. The banks sit on the corporations that sit on the government that sits on us. The fascist government is nothing more than corporate muscle and a collection agency for the bankers. The president is nothing more that a bank employee. You will live within the confines of the reality that they create for you. That includes how far up your A$$ they reach for what little you have left of your income, assets or privacy. There are 16 global banks involved in the LIBOR interest rate fixing scandal and the best we can get is a bunch of BITCHE$ whining about how much more they can extract from us. The central bank should be nationalized, congress needs to create the money supply and lend it to the banks. The discussion in congress should be how much interest to charge the SUCKERS as your tax burden evaporates.

    Posted by t brown | December 29, 2012, 1:35 pm
  4. At the edge of rivers and the base of trees will holy men reside. One of the Upanishads. Do as the Sadhus do and all will be fine.

    Posted by Warren | December 29, 2012, 4:38 pm
  5. The Income Tax succinctly described is an irrecusable obligation.
    However, if anyone else accepts this private credit and uses it to purchase goods and services, the user voluntarily incurs the obligation requiring him to make a return of income whereby a portion of the income is collected by the IRS and delivered to the Federal Reserve banksters. Actually the federal income tax imparts two separate obligations: the obligation to file a return and the obligation to abide by the Internal Revenue Code. The obligation to make a return of income for using private credit is recognized in law as an irrecusable obligation, which according to ‘Bouvier’s Law Dictionary’ (1914 ed.), is “a term used to indicate a certain class of contractual obligations recognized by the law which are imposed upon a person without his consent and without regard to any act of his own.” This is distinguished from a recusable obligation which, according to Bouvier, arises from a voluntary act by which one incurs the obligation imposed by the operation of law. The voluntary use of private credit is the condition precedent which imposes the irrecusable obligation to file a tax return. If private credit is not used or rejected, then the operation of law which imposes the irrecusable obligation lies dormant and cannot apply.
    A Banksters defeatism (realization of defeat) nightmare, Being forced to Return to Real Money=United States Note=Lawful Money, Use the Remedy within the Federal Reserve Act. 12USC411 refusal penalty 12USC501a Stop being a Slave!!!!!! This is Tax Free Money!!!!!!!!

    Posted by Neo1 | December 30, 2012, 12:45 pm
  6. Well, I’m not as cerebral as some of your collegues, but this hillbilly didn’t fall off the Hoover Apple truck yesterday. If anyone is to blame for the impasse in Congress… it’s US! We elected these fools. We have a President who refuses to submit a budget (try operating a business without a budget) and we have the Republicans with no leadership, looking like a bunch of chickens running around with their heads cut off. None of them actually care about the idiots who voted them back into office and would rather see complete economic collapse than do something significant like, economic reform.
    The problem with sequestration is that the truth of this economy would be laid bare, when America and the free-spending politicians in Washington finally come to grips that we are bankrupt as a nation and we should have made budget cuts and restraints about 30 years ago when we could afford them. Just tell yourself that we are in the hole at the tune of $16,000,000,000,000.00, adding $4,000,000.00 a second and wonder, “How else might we reduce the out of control spending?” I know! Sequestration! Wow, maybe those blood suckers in Washington DO know what they’re doing!

    Posted by Fred | December 30, 2012, 10:16 pm
  7. For European Americans the Republican Party is useless, insulting, and even dangerous. They have never stood up for the rights of European Americans, who are their main supporters and therefore need to be eliminated as a party that represents them. It does NOT.

    Posted by Bobby | December 31, 2012, 2:39 am
  8. Stockholm syndrome, Identification positive, no doubt!

    Posted by rlnoris | December 31, 2012, 9:15 am

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