By Don Croft <email@example.com>
Feb. 15, 2004
Alan Greenspan, the current chairman of the Federal Reserve
Corporation, just testified to Congress that, 'The Federal Reserve Corporation
has too much power and it's Congress' fault' ;-)
What a spurious statement!
Do you realize that this unprecedented admission is blatant
evidence that this plundering, felonious, murderous nonentity (the corporation,
not Ayn Rand's former disciple, Alan) is now trying to save its worthless
thoughtform butt? I bet you know who he's really scared of right now (not
us-- he and all the other corporate jackals who subverted the US Constitution
are afraid of an awakened humanity in general) 8-)
Some folks in EFF have been busting our humps with vortex-boosted
radionics to destroy the parasitic thoughtform that Greenspan hides behind
and when I read about his cowardly testimony I felt like throwing a victory
Sure, Congress committed treason in 1913 when they agreed
to let the felonious Fed take over the US Treasury in the first place and
these scaly Gongressmen who heard Greenspan's admission of guilt are even
more culpable for high treason on account of the draconian legislation they've
foisted on us since the feds blew up the WTC but let's not let this jackal
(or Congress) go free when it's time for an American-style Nuremburg tribunal,
okay? Thank God making 'laws' and enforcing them are two disjointed acts.
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