WHAT IS A USA TAKEOVER
The term "revolution" alone symbolizes some form of radical change. We often think of it in the terms of war. In that, the word becomes synonymous with: anarchy, disorder, insurrection, lawlessness, mutiny, sedition, coup d'etat, revolt, and rebellion. But the word "revolution" came about after Galileo stated that the earth was not flat, stationary, nor the center of the universe, but revolved in revolutions about the sun. That didn't hold well with the Church boys who threatened to burn him at the stake if he didn't take it back, so he did. But his discovery was a radically different view of the planet, and to call the popular belief of that time wrong was a courageous and intensely fundamental challenge to the ideology of the powers-that-were (-are?). Henceforth, the term "revolution" became connected with any new, and what could be considered "improved", or "radical", idea of replacing the old form or theory with a new one. Any subsequent challenges to established ideology, political (economic) power, cultural norms, etc., which approached the magnitude of Galileo's, were thus termed as Galileo's "revolution" or revolutionary.
The above example of the term revolution illustrates that the use of the term "revolution" is not in the least useful compared with a good description of the thing itself. What is genuine, political, economic, cultural, psychological, spiritual, peoples', lasting revolution? Something(s) that will secure the blessings of Liberty for ourselves and our posterity? While that's a very complex and personal process which will be addressed more later, most of all, what is suggested by a USA Takeover? It is more, like an American Liberation.
Simply getting yourself elected will not make a real change in the government and how it is run. Case in point, O Bomb A, or Slick Willie; two people who believed they could make a change by getting elected only to learn that their lives depended on them not making any real change. Those in the $y$tem have been telling us this for almost 50 years now, “if you don’t like the system, get yourself elected and change it from within.” Just ask the two mentioned above how that worked out for them. No. It will never happen. The only way to make a real substantial change is to simply take back the country from these treasonous politicians and bankers and institute a radical change that will actually feel and look like real change. This would have to be on the scale as seen in Naomi Klein’s, “Shock Doctrine”. We all know the answer and it is the “R” word. ...see more
The reasons for having to resort to these measures are numerous. One just need turn on the evening news to find reasons: government shutdowns, bickering among lawmakers who haven’t been making any real laws at all, runaway spending, bombs dropped on little children in OUR name on a daily bases and mostly and above all, this police state we live under. It is very dangerous to have an interaction with the police. Fascism, is the last ditch effort of the controlling elite (the one percent) to keep control of a population they see waking up. And that is what we live under. The United States has less then 5 percent of the worlds population, yet it contains over 25 percent of the worlds prison population. Today, we are the most incarcerated country, per capita on the planet. It didn’t always look like that. In 1991 we were the third most imprisoned country in the world. We are no longer the land of the free and the home of the brave. We have turned into the land of the fee and the home of the slave; forced into chasing federal reserve notes just to fish, drive a car, get married, live on a piece of land we own, or even earn a living. Our government will even spend thousands to convict us of a jaywalking ticket just to show they have a dominion over us and to keep others in line. We are the only industrial country on the planet that makes our residents pay for medical care. Our homeless population is through the roof (no pun intended), with one homeless person for every 6 vacant houses. They say that the homeless population is one percent less this year than last, but probably because many of them are dying due to lack of health care And then there are the banks. Money corrupts and the folks who write our laws are corrupt. Many of these reasons have been written out and placed in our Declaration of Sovereignty.
Banks, the Federal Reserve Note and wealth, along with the desire to acquire wealth, has our country paralyzed. Nothing good can get done when those in power are there only for the payoffs and insider trading and not for the betterment of society and those living in it. The top 12 lawmakers are worth over 3.5 billion dollars. Daryl Issa being on top worth over $700,000,000.00 The 12th being Alan Grayson worth over $130,000,000,00. (These numbers were from around 2012 I believe. Since then, John Kerry left to become Secretary of State, Grayson got ripped off for like 30 million. I have no idea why Issa is said to be worth less then this number was back then, so...) Half of them are millionaires. And they get richer the longer they are there. The job pays around 174 grand a year, so you figure it out. How can we believe they have the interest of the People in mind when they get to Washington?
What we must do, we must do for our future, our children’s future and our children’s children’s future. For if we do not take these steps to secure our present and future it is for sure that we will fall under an oligarchic government. Once under that, there may be no coming out. The human spirit is being broken down to be more robotic, more subservient to those that have the money and control. They are awe struck with wealth and fame. Look at the way they look at Donald Trump. What will be your tipping point before you take to the street to either take up arms or die in self-immolation, which just occurred on the mall in Washington D.C. back in October of 2013? Rather, let us all unite under the one common cause of a better society.
Life is not as the capitalist would have us believe; that it is every man for himself. The “I’ve got mine now you go get yours” mentality. Life should be, and is, about compassion towards our fellow man (and by man I mean all of man [and woman] kind). We have created a society that is pretty much automated today; one full of enough wealth for all. To believe that the rich and very rich are people to be admired is incorrect. It is the smart and resourceful that should hold that axiom There are only two or three ways one gets rich on this planet today: either you over charge, under pay, or both. There is no other way to get rich. In order to be rich you have to convince another that their time is not worth as much as yours or that you have something they “need” to buy from you at an overpriced price. In either case you are stealing their futures from them. Let’s say that we have 10 people all who have 100 dollars. I decide to make widgets, but I cannot produce them on my own. I go out and hire you at 10 dollars to produce my widgets. Now I have $90, while you have $110. Sounds good for you. However, I take that widget and place an advertisement from Fred for it and that cost me $5. Now I have $85, you still have $110, while Fred has $105. So I tell everyone that they just have to have this widget, which in reality they don’t because all they really need is food, water, shelter, clothing and medical care. Everything else is just gravy. Buy my price is $30 for it. You, along with Fred and 5 others, buy one each at $30. Now I have $295, you have $80, Fred has $75, the other five who bought one each have $70 while the two who didn’t buy still have $100. So, the capitalist now has over three and a half times more “money” then you and all you did was earn a living so you could buy a widget. My future is secure because I have the money, while your future is insecure since I just stole yours from you.
So did I under pay you, or over charge you and the other 6 who bought a widget from me. The answer is, a little from column A, a little from column B. I am now rich, but I have you convinced that it is a great thing to be and thus you will defend my right to do what I just did to you till I have all the money, while you and the others have none. The two who didn’t buy from me are now called the middle class while you, who just wanted to make a living and enjoy what you made, are now the poor. I am looked at as the hero. Thanks ignorance.
So now let us take that last scenario and do it again and yet again and yet a fourth time. By the second time you will end up with $50, Fred will end up with $45, the other five will now have $40 to their names while the two who didn’t buy will still have their $100 each. And me, well, I now have $505. Now I have over ten times the value as you. But that is okay, you are mesmerized at how rich I am getting and think that one day you too will be that rich so you don’t rock the boat. The third time I do it, it looks like this now: you are now worth $20, Fred is now worth $25, the five who bought again are worth $10, the two who didn’t buy are still worth $100 each and I am now worth $715. So now I am even richer than you being worth almost 36 times more than you. So, does this game seem fair to you? Are you ready to end this and play a new game which is more fair to all involved? If so, click here.
Now, I know it doesn’t happen that fast, but that is how it happens. That is how the one percent gets richer while the working class gets poorer. Why any of us would respect someone like that is beyond me. And in my scenario I failed to mention what happens the next time you go to buy a widget from me. The next time you do, you have to take out a loan from the bank. Only, in reality, Sam doesn’t start a bank with his $100. The Federal Reserve does it by just printing it out of thin air. You come to them for $50 and they give it to you telling you you have to bring back $60. Well, where is that other $10 going to come from? Your job? What if they say you have to bring them $65 back? Then where does that $15 come from? This is how the Federal Reserve Bank and those who own it roll. At some point the bubble will burst. For it must. Let’s pop it now for all of our sakes.
I want to leave you with this data sheet that I worked on for three days with little sleep or food. It is of the Fortune 500. When you look at this you will really begin to understand what it is I am talking about above about how one gets rich. The columns are pretty self explanatory, but what I really want you to look at is column E. This is the amount of money the corporations make off the backs of each and every employee and after they have paid everyone from the 2 million dollar a year CEO, to the eight dollar an hour toilet cleaner. That is no mistake with Fanie Mae and Freddie Mac, yet, they make over 2 million off each and every employee they have. The top 500 grossing publicly traded corporations make a combined gross of over 12 trillion dollars a year, with a net profit of over 820 billion dollars. There are about 160 million people in the workforce and just over 26 million of them work for the fortune 500. That is 1 out of every 6 people work for a publicly traded Fortune 500 company. These 500 make an average of a little over $31,300 per employee they have. Combined, they have over 30 trillion dollars in assets. So...