Conspiring Times
April 1, 2010

The timing could not be any more perfect than immediately following the national healthcare reform in America to springboard global economic reform. IMF Chief Dominique Strauss – Kahn expressed to European lawmakers that “receding” commitment to international efforts to overhaul the world economy and the financial system in the wake of a blistering financial crisis could trigger protectionism.

Kahn told members of national parliaments from the European Union, “We have a system with holes and go-it-alone national regulation,” continuing on he added, “In the period we are in now, the risk will be …. in many countries, under political pressure that governments will begin to implement various solutions.” In other words International Monetary Fund Chief Dominique Strauss – Kahn is calling for a harder push to dismantle the economic sovereignty of nations in order to solidify a globally governed economic system independent of traditional  internally regulated economic systems.

In a recent speech at Columbia University, French president Nicolas Sarkozy said,“You should reflect on what it means to be the world’s No. 1 power,” “We should invent a new global monetary order,” firmly emphasizing new regulations would “save capitalism.” He added, “The world does not stop at the East Coast, the world does not stop at the West Coast,” Sarkozy said. “The world needs an open America, a generous America, an America that shows the way, an America that listens.” “When New York was attacked, it was all the democracies of the world who were attacked,” he said. “When Moscow is attacked, it is all of us who are attacked,” he said referring to the bombings in Moscow.

Political shock gripped America in the wake of national socialized healthcare being signed into law. People across the nation began making death threats against lawmakers and the President prompting arrests and investigations. Federal raids in concert with with local law enforcement agencies across the mid-west last week targeted Militia members. Raids stretched across Indiana, Illinois, Michigan and Ohio.


Tax increases combined with economic decline and a world recognized police state are becoming a catalyst for violence across the United States. Recently in the small Southern California city of Hemet a wave of attacks that the state’s top prosecutor called “urban terrorism” targeted police. “These brazen attempts to kill police officers in the line of duty are an outrage, and even a form of urban terrorism,” California Attorney General Jerry Brown said.

Four city owned pickup trucks were torched and police consider them linked to booby-trap attacks that started around New Year’s Eve.

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District Attorney Rod Pacheco said a homemade gun was rigged to a security fence and fired when an officer opened the gate, narrowly missing the officer and a “deadly device” was found under the unmarked car of a police officer who is a member of the task force. Police say threats are received daily by telephone and e-mail.

The FBI and other law enforcement agencies are investigating threats against Democrats who voted for the recent health care legislation. “We’ve had some very serious incidents that have occurred in the last 48 to 72 hours,” House Majority Leader Steny Hoyer, D-Md., said at a news conference March 24th.

Threatening phone calls to vandalism of lawmakers’ offices raised serious concerns but Hoyer declined to say how many Democrats were threatened.

(D -NY)Rep. Louise Slaughter said someone left voice mail messages mentioning  “snipers.”

Benjamin Franklin, one of America’s founding fathers once said, “The refusal of King George III to allow the colonies to operate an honest money system, which freed the ordinary man from the clutches of the money manipulators was probably the prime cause of the Revolution.” Nothing could be more true today as excessive taxation, economic decline, governmental abuse of power and expansion continue to fuel the escalation in extremism and violence.

Will America remain independent of foreign economic regulation and retain it’s constitution, or will it adopt a new one as British Prime Minister Gordon Brown proposed in February to the progressive Governance Conference in London? Brown said, “I believe first of all that we now need nothing short of a world constitution for the global financial system.” If American lawmakers do not stop this agenda America will no longer be independent as outlined in the Charters of Freedom, specifically The Declaration of Independence that absolved America of it’s debt and allegiance to the British Crown.

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