That's the kind of talk you'd expect from a gang of thugs who just broke into your home or business, wearing masks and waving guns.
Except the thugs that have broken into our collective home aren't wearing masks or using guns.
This mob family that is so brazenly demanding ALL of our money or else, is led by two of the most notorious henchmen to ever lead a daring daylight robbery.
One, is Hank Paulson, AKA "King" and the other mafioso head is Ben Bernanke, AKA "Shalom."
Call them what you will, but don't call them cowards.
This massive underworld theft of the American purse is going on in full view of the public, who are being threatened not with physical violence, if they don't hand over the loot, but with economic violence, as this "Potomac Posse" has stated that if we don't succumb to their brazen threats, they're going to crash the U.S. economy and the world's.
These are the "experts" who have been lauded time and again in the past, for being so knowledgeable about the U.S. economy. The same economy that they drove off the cliff and now are demanding that we hand over our grandkids future or else.
I say call their bluff and let it collapse.
What can we lose, except the mechanisms that got us here in the first place? And now we're being told that the beast is still hungry and needs more, more and more?
If we give those gangsters that initial 700 BILLION,they'll be back for another and another and ....
They tell us we do have a choice? BS.
After all, what kind of choice do you expect from a gang of Armani wearing thugs?
Here's a choice no one's talking about.
Send that 700 BILLION to us taxpayers, after all, a lot of it will go to the banks to pay off late or overdue mortgages.
Don't give in to these mob bossess, who only need cigars sticking out of their mouths and a fedora hat to complete the picture.
(Stick a Thompson submachine gun in Shalom's hand's, let him wear a cheap pin stripe suit, with a Fedora on his head and picture him with a scowl on his face and boy, does he ever look like that classis 1930's gangster played numerous times by the excellent Edward G. Robinson.)
Jews worried that the looting of the public till will generate "Anti-Semitism"Greg Bacon's blog
The two nations that are the "host" of this feeling? Germany and the US.
Gee, I wonder why?
Germany has been getting sucked dry by Zionist leeches ever since that nation declared it to be free of international bankers, back in the 1930's.
The US has been getting sucked dry by the same parasites ever since the UN crapped out that "shitty little country" back in 1947.
Anti-Semitism? More like people waking up from their slumber and realizing who it is that is sending their kids off to die in wars for Israel and who has raided Wall Street.
Nope, Just people seeing the light and finally starting to say "Never Again."
P.S. Hey guys, if you're thinking about launching another of your infamous false-flag attacks, like the ones against the US Cole and the marine barracks in Lebanon or the real zinger, against the WTC on 9/11, you'd best wait.
Americans are in a foul mood right now and in no mode for your Zionist BS.
New research behavior tool that predicts 'feeling trends' concerning economy reveals developing wave of potentially violent anti-Semitism in US, Germany
A new behavior-research tool, Affective Encryption Analysis, has uncovered a dramatic trend in both the US and Germany—a developing wave of potentially violent anti-Semitism.
Affective Encryption Analysis, which was recently used to predict the outcome of the 2008 US Presidential election, uses naturalistic research methods to measure the way in which “feeling-trends” develop over time. It then forecasts the likely behavioral outcomes.
Using Affective Encryption Analysis, media psychologist, Dr. James N. Herndon, of Media Psychology Affiliates, led an investigation to predict long-term “feeling-trends” concerning the economy.
Population samples in both the US and Germany were chosen as indicators of both US and European feelings toward economic conditions.
“Our results showed far greater feelings of dread about the economic future than we currently find in mainstream survey research,” stated Dr. Herndon. “In fact, almost 70 percent of our sample expressed a precipitously declining sense of economic stability. This was especially strong among the lower-middle-class,” he added.
“What we did not expect was a widespread association of economic problems with support for Israel. This belief appears to be growing exponentially in both the US and in Germany,” he said.
“We currently have worryingly low rates of savings and capital investment, combined with systemic unemployment and an ever-increasing spiral of debt and inflation,” said Dr. Herndon.
“If current trends are left unchecked, we believe that by late 2007, a feeling of economic desperation will begin to overtake large sectors of the lower-middle-class in the US, as well as the welfare-dependent classes in Germany,” he warned.
“Our results strongly suggest that this will provide the emotional trigger for the scapegoating of Jews, toward whom feelings in our sample were unexpectedly negative, and often violent.”
“The bottom line is that increasing numbers of persons at the economic margins believe that their economic interests are being ignored in favor of a foreign power, namely, Israel. Feelings about Jews and Israel are also associated with strife and insecurity, not peace and prosperity,” he explained.
Expecting violent reaction
A surprising forecast was that anti-Semitic behavior will predominate among nominally Christian, and not Muslim, groups.
“Unlike more ideologically-oriented Muslim groups, post-World War Two westerners in the so-called first-world are more driven by economic comfort and security. When their economic underpinnings are jeopardized, we can expect a violent reaction. And violence is rarely rational.”
“We believe that unrest will begin in the US Southwest. And in Germany, in areas of former East Germany. As with most emotionally-driven mob behavior, it will spread. Containing it will be difficult.”
Dr. Herndon emphasized the need to be proactive.
“Media exists to manage feelings. Our results strongly suggest that Jewish and Israeli organizations, in particular, are in the process
of rapidly losing control of their PR initiatives. Opinion leaders in both the US and Europe must not stand-by passively as these trends develop.”
“I would characterize the anecdotal results of our research as frankly horrifying. A new strategy to diffuse these growing perceptions is clearly in order. This is one time where we cannot afford for history to repeat itself,” he concluded.