Bush vetoed a domestic spending plan that would have provided for cancer research and provided for more veterans’ care. Meanwhile he gleefully signed a bill that will cost Americans $459 Billion in defense spending. This has got to stop. Americans are funding wars that will go on indefinitely at the cost of health, education and social programs that could benefit the American people. This “war at any cost” irrational thinking is driving this country right into the ground, where I happened to have found out yesterday that this is precisely where they want us.
I watched a video of a former Congressional investigator that was sent to investigate non-profit organizations to see if they deserved non-profit status in 1954. This video described how Norman Dodd investigated the Carnegie Institute and that they gave him the minutes of all the meetings that they conducted since 1909. He states that if they had known what was in those minutes, that they would never have given him and his staff permission to read them. He describes that the Institute wanted to eventually put all corporations under one umbrella and that they wanted to get the American people to adopt a “commune” system to replace the capitalistic system that was now in place. This was so that the American system and the Soviet system could be “merged” into one “world government” and that the people behind the institute and other “foundations” could run. They describe in their minutes in 1909 how they could accomplish this and found that the best way to accomplish this was to embroil this country in war.
He also goes on to say that the Ford Foundation, the Mellon Foundation, the Rockefeller Foundation and all the other big foundations were working to control the American Educational system to “revise” history.
This interview was done in 1982. Mr. Dodd died shortly thereafter. The video was saved and it is fortunate that it was. With all of the talk of “dumbing down America” and the endless war that this nation faces, it is not any wonder why George W. Bush wishes to spend $459 Billion for defense and will not pass a bill for health and education. Apparently these same people are still working towards the same ends as Mr. Dodd reveals in his interview. You can see it here; Click on this link in another window
Watch this video and see if you aren’t disturbed and shaken. Mr. Dodd’s aide lost her mind after reading the minutes of those meeting from 1909 to 1954.
I bring this up because I can’t see the purpose behind our ridiculous spending of this nation’s wealth on the military. We know that the same type of expenditures caused the demise of the Soviet Union and we seem to be hell-bent to repeat these mistakes. We have also seen what NAFTA and other free-trade treaties have brought to the middle-class in the United States and it seems that most of the millionaires in politics with their ties to large corporations want more of the same, regardless of how it destroys this country. I always believed that multi-national corporations were a fairly new concept and that the threat that they pose to America was a modern threat. I can see that by this video that is not the case. Since the beginning of this century at least, the government and the people of this country have been under siege by stateless corporations trying desperately to conceive a one-world government under the control of corporate gangsters for want of a better name for them.
You can’t watch this video and not think of today’s world. The events Mr. Dodd talks about happened in 1954, but you can see the parallels in today’s world. I don’t believe that American citizen’s are taking any of this seriously, even though this nation is seeing most of its industry sold off to multi-national corporations that take their factories to foreign shores and employ people to work for almost slave wages, while we spend the better part of our nations treasure for war. This is when we should be retraining our work-force in mathematics and technical fields to compete on the world economy. Somewhere, something is rotten. The American people should call on Congress to run another investigation into these non-profit “foundations’” that are supposedly working for the nation’s good. Seems to me that we are being taken for a very long ride, and I don’t like where it’s headed. Maybe there is a consiracy
That’s the way I see it.