Friday, February 1, 2013

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BANKER BITCH BOYS WAR

Okay, let me just get this out of the way.  I’m getting very few comments lately.  I’m actually getting a crap load more spam comments which are damn annoying.  But, as long as you don’t participate much, I’ll just be zooming off in strange directions since I’m getting no feedback good or bad on past offerings.  Today’s “where the heck did that come from?” article is on Lincoln, Banker Bitch Boy Extraordinaire and his unjust brutal war to secure total and complete federal control over the states.  Bison’s Axiom Number 321- whichever leader in history is revered the most was the favorite of the fascist banker scum.  Look at the first Roooosevelt.  Started us on the road to global Empire.  The second one, a crippled commie hump that did as much if not more than Lincoln completely ejaculating into the Constitution, then wiping his rectum with it.  I despise Lincoln, and now is a good time to remind everybody that the FedGov worker day off celebrating Presidents Day ( I’m not overly fond of Washington.  Most Founding Fathers had financial interests blocked by the British- after the Seven Years War the Brits gave all the land west of the Appalachians back to the Indians to pacify them, and the Colonists preferred genocide and free land.  Whence our “liberty or death” war fought by the poor for the benefit of the rich, the first of many ) to please ignore all the lies about those two jackasses.

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Those in power had tried to start a central bank here in this country from day one ( which is why I like Jackson, one of the few to fight long and hard against those powers ).  It wasn’t a great success.  Back in the day, both our voters and some of our politicians liked to follow the Constitution.  It is kind of hard to argue against the part where money can only be gold or silver.  Central bankers could survive under these conditions, such as the English bank and the Pound Sterling, but it is hard to thrive as a competitor without resorting to paper.  As England had the global economy sewn up, the only way the US could gain competitively was to cheat and create paper money.  And England helped us along nicely, backing the Industrialists here.  They sowed the seeds of their own destruction but it took seventy years and a few other superpowers.  So, English financiers established the factories which gave them lots of profit but also established an embryonic competitor.  The Yankees looked around at their Continental counterpoints, Russia and England and France and Prussia and wanted that kind of good life as Imperialists.  Hey, look at all those crackers down South cracking the whips over the Darkies.  That looks like a great colony for us to exploit!  It took a few years of back and forth, but eventually the South was good and boxed in.  As their economy ( the economy dominated by a very few slave owners proportionately ) needed to expand its land mining to survive ( slave worked cotton used up the land, they moved on to virgin soil and the used up stuff got the non-slave owning farmer moving in to plant corn and tobacco to survive ), when the North stopped Southern expansion the economy was doomed.  War was inevitable.

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And it seems Lincoln was just the patsy the Industrialists ( soon to be owning a bright and shiny central bank ) needed.  His election was the spark that led to war.  It can’t be imagined that they thought this wouldn’t be the case.  And one does imagine that prior to that puke his handlers had tried on other occasions to goad the country into war.  One wonders if “God speaking” to the abolitionists of violent tendencies didn’t have covert financial support.  Now, let’s talk about slavery.  I in no way agree with it.  If you can’t tell from all my whining, I hate being enslaved myself.  So I wouldn’t advocate it for others.  But, let’s not be blind to reality in our quest for utter perfection political correct-wise.  Slavery has been practiced almost universally throughout history, even by those noble savages the PC crowd worships with tingling nipples and clanged sphincters ( hey, I loved “Dances With Wolves” also, but I don’t take history lessons from it ).  Slavery in the South was no different than anywhere else, or anywhen else.  The North, which had some of the most barbaric laws against Blacks ( the laws were blatant in their attempt at keeping Blacks out of Yankeeland completely ) outside the South, latched on to slavery as a convenient excuse for going to war.  And the war was never about slavery but simply about the North being in control of the South, of exploiting the South economically. 

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Granted, it is ironic that the South would claim exploitation since it was exploiting Blacks, but also remember that slavery back then was just normal, the way things worked and always had.  In the context of the time, slavery was what happened to the weak and vanquished.  Of course, might also made right, so a case could be made that the North was just doing the historical norm and being an aggressor.  Fair enough.  But this story is about one man selling his soul to use the suffering of Blacks as an excuse to kill another tribes Whites, in the process sacrificing his own Whites, and establishing an empire to benefit his owners, then Industrialists later to be central bankers.  I admire Genghis Khan more than I do Lincoln, and all because I was never exploited by Genghis.  But I am exploited by the system Lincoln was the nominal head of and ushered in.  Yes, he was a patsy, not the one behind the throne.  But all victims need to hate somebody, and he was the one who took the pieces of silver.  So, hate Lincoln, the father of today’s FedGov.  Don’t celebrate his birthday, but spit on his memory.

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9 comments:

  1. Die off is inevitable,the prisons are full now,they won't be coming to throw you in jail.

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  2. You want comments?
    Ok here goes-
    Lincoln was a bold man, and a great one too.
    He was not a good one necessarily, but his decision is what led to the US empire and the wealth that most of us in the US and Anglo world now enjoy.
    Slavery would have been embraced by lincoln if it would have kept the union together according to lincolns own words. BUT the south chose to make it about Slavery/Property rights.
    The south claims to be honorable but the south broke there word over and over about several issues not the least of which the ending of slavery and slave importation. That slavery would have ended anyways is a given - machines are superior in most ways. But the south disdaned machines and prefered their slaves.
    If the south ever followed through on their forfathers promisses to phase out slavery it would have removed the fangs of the abolitionists and without the abolitionists Lincoln could have never consolidated the federal power as much as he did.

    -Grey

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    1. You actually have a good point. Without FedGov empire we would be a lot more impoverished. But I wonder if we wouldn't have been happier lagging behind the Industrial Rev. and stayed more rural based.

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  3. Todays post was spot on.My order of sell outs is Lincoln wilson FDR johnson obamma.My favorites are Jefferson Jackson JFK

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  4. Who says slavery ever ended ? A minimum wage worker such as yourself should know that it is alive and doing better than ever before. Such a dealio ! We can pay them less than a working wage and not have to give total support.

    Perhaps you might get more comments if there were more acknowledgement of said comments on your part....

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    1. That is a good point. Perhaps I never get e-mail and this is the minions way of communicating.

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  5. Jim, you want comments to help you with directions but I have to say you are spot on today. Keep it up.

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  6. liked the article about linclon heres an idea about a future one how about a mosin m44 as an urban bug out gun what are your thoughts?

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    1. Hmmm. I might have a few thoughts. As far as a full length article, I'm not sure.

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