Snippits and Snappits
By Noor al Haqiqa
The process of globalization has finally gone mainstream, although the general public is blissfully unaware and back watching sports or doing whatever it is Canadians enjoy or must do in the heat of July. They saw the riots on TV, listened, maybe, to the talking heads, have drawn their apathetic conclusions, and put it all behind them. Or so they think. Little do most realize that the declaration of what has been in the works, the war against the average Canuck, has been made public.
CANADA IS FINALLY SHOWING CRACKS and it is possible to see the downward spiral we are being sucked into, a vortex from which it is almost impossible to escape. Like any concerned Canuck, I am looking at educational (for myself and others) material as well as emotional support for this. Where better to turn than Argentina who we witnessed suffering these same horrors a decade plus ago when their money crashed and the people began to hurt badly.
I came across an Argentinian Economist, Adrian Salbuchi who has a lot to say that we would be wise to listen to. I am posting several of his YouTube offerings because this man has been through this NWO imposed hell and has much of value to say.
A few weeks ago the Canadian government wasted millions upon millions of Canadian taxpayers' money to host the G20 Summit meetings. A lot of money was overspent on protection for the gilded elite to protect them from contact with... shudder.... normal people. Why they even built a plastic lake to represent the wilderness while lodging in the great wilderness itself! To save millions, all they would have needed to do was dress down and take a hike or a canoe ride. Too simple.
However, there was rioting in Toronto. The usual agent provocateurs and the Black Bloc were greatly to blame; "funny" things happened to make it all suspicious, for instance leaving burning police cars for ages to allow reporters a lot of photo ops.
In retaliation, the police then rioted and violently arrested hundreds upon hundreds of innocent civilians (including handicapped) who were just there doing nothing, or passing through. These people were subjected to Israeli style treatment and neglect before, in almost all cases, being released without apologies. This was primarily an exercise in scare tactics because the government knows there is much on the Canadian plate to merit public dissent in the future. The message was sent: Stay at home and suck it up or this will happen to you, too, Citizen.
Eventually the Toronto police chief had to recant some of the lies that were given to the media, by the police, regarding false evidence shown to justify this heavy handed criminal action.
A few months ago, I watched a film of Hugo Chavez walking among the people . Yes, he had a bodyguard on each side of him, but that was all. Two men. He was stopping to speak to people very sincerely ... it was obvious that he did understand the challenges faced by a mother with a handicapped son as he spoke with them both. He took note of their needs and moved on. And so it went. He was just a man among the people. Of course it is not always that good, nor is he a perfect leader, but he was NOT AFRAID of the people he governs. And their love for him was quite obvious. I saw this with Evo Morales and with Castro.
Meanwhile, Canada spent all this money to separate the leaders from the commoners! Why? Why are they so frightened of the people who should be beholden to them for all their hard work on our behalf? What are they afraid of? This man speaking in these YouTubes might spread a little light on this question.
THE TRANSITION FROM
GLOBALIZATION TO WORLD GOVERNMENT
Argentinian economist Adrian Salbuchi weighs in with the forecast for the year 2010. Salbuchi is well-known for his analysis of the collapse of the Argentine economy as the country succumbed to the forces of globalization.
THIS SERIES IS JUST CHOCKABLOCK WITH CONCEPTS OF VALUE
Or do you wish to go down without a squeak?