Donald Hank
America in full suicide mode
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By Donald Hank
November 28, 2008

John Wallace has written a brief history of the CFR showing how this group has had a socialist and globalist influence on the world since the 1920s. Before Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson asked for almost $1 trillion to bail out rich bankers, and then got both parties to cow down to his demand, I would have thought the article might be an exaggeration. But not anymore. It is a missing piece in the puzzle.

It is your patriotic duty to read John Wallace's article "The Council on Foreign Relations and Tack's Tackle Shop," but before you do, please don't miss Cliff Kincaid's article "Wall Street and the rise of Obama," another piece in the puzzle.

BTW, there is a rumor that Henry Paulson is not done with you yet. He may be wanting another $800 billion of your money. You don't mind, do you? The last bailout was a bargain at only $17,000 per household. Bailouts! Get em while they're hot!

Why do I now firmly believe in the world banker-CFR conspiracy that once seemed too outlandish even for a work of fiction?

Because, as Wallace's article shows, these richies and world-governance fanatics have been working feverishly in both parties and having their way with them, openly and obviously, for many years for the purpose of destroying our country. A while back I wrote a column for Laigle's Forum alerting that Mike Huckabee, the darling of the evangelical right, had chosen Richard Haass, President of the CFR, as his potential secretary of state. Haass had written an article saying that we need to "rethink sovereignty." That fits the picture very nicely. The bankers and social engineers who control us need a central government to finish the job of killing our patriotism. It is very uncomfortable for them to have to deal with so many splintered governments. They have gotten their wish in Europe. The whole turkey is on the table there, ready to carve. But they need the NAU and the Amero. Clues abound: The three way conference Bush attended a few years ago, the Mexican truck highway, open borders, amnesty for 20 million illegal aliens, and the elephant in the room: complete silence on immigration in the media and the presidential campaign (McCain was one of the amnesty deal makers last time around). And now, the bailout, the totally useless bailout that can't budge the stock market. And finally, the absence of any new policy on banking, even though the old policy of putting social justice ahead of good banking practice was suicidal.

Did any of you notice that on November 25, when a desperate-looking Henry Paulsen was presenting on CNN his idea to bail out Citigroup on the pretext that credit was hard to obtain, one of the sponsors was a credit company offering low-interest credit to the viewers? At that very moment, my junk mail box was full of offers for cheap credit and low-interest credit cards, and my wife and I get a ton of junk mail every week offering us low-interest or zero-interest credit. My bank admitted they will give me all the credit I want because I pay back my loans. So what credit crisis?

Can anyone guess what the government is really talking about when they warn of a credit pinch? Why, it is really easy to figure that one out if you consider the socialist Zeitgeist: they mean that if you don't bail out the banks, they will no longer be able to lend money to those poor unfortunate people who want to buy things they can't afford and who, until just recently, couldn't get credit because they were a bad credit risk, spent money like a drunken sailor, reneged on their debts and will continue to renege on their debts until the American tax player turns blue and gasps his last. Irresponsible people need shiny Christmas presents too, and if they don't get them this year, why, Christmas may just become extinct. Shysters in Washington, the media, and the "Christian" Left (which now means mainstream evangelicalism) have conned you into believing that banks must serve, first and foremost, a "social purpose," and then do sound banking if there is any time left for it. But good banking practice and safety are off the table now, just as border safety and immigration enforcement have been off the table since the presidential election campaigns started. We are staring down the gun barrel of a deadly Revolution in the form of a tectonic plate shift that has taken us far out into the ocean and most of us still think we are in America. Friends, look behind you and wave goodbye. That disappearing dot on the horizon was your country!

The banks now are hell-bent on lending to the irresponsible much in the way an evil perverted monster would offer booze to a recovering alcoholic. And the pubic bought into the notion of bailing out everyone but the tax payer. We hardworking, longsuffering, decent responsible people the few who are left are now forced at gunpoint to sacrifice our happiness and that of our children for a bunch of lazy, spoiled-rotten free loaders with an entitlement mentality on steroids.

Friends, America is in suicide mode and no one is paying attention. I fear the worst.

Read John Wallace's "The council on Foreign Relations and Tack's Tackle Shop" here for clues as to how and why this is happening.

© Donald Hank

 

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Donald Hank

Until July of 2009, Don Hank was operating a technical translation agency out of his home in Wrightsville, PA. He is now retired and residing in Panama with his wife and daughter.

A former language teacher, he holds an undergraduate degree in French and German from Millersville State University (PA), a Master's degree in Russian language and literature from Kutztown State College (also in PA), has studied Chinese for 3 years in Taiwan at the Mandarin Training Center, and is self-taught in other languages, having logged a total of 8 years abroad in total immersion situations.

He is also the founder of Lancaster-York Non-Custodial Parents, a volunteer organization that provides Christian counseling for non-custodial parents.

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