Mais um excelente artigo do jornalista australiano John Pilger, que mais uma vez coloca a nú as fragilidades da Obamamania e as mentiras que a criaram e a mantém.
Mudança nos EUA, tal como aqui na Europa e nos ditos países ocidentais e supostamente democráticos, não é mais que manter o Statu Quo criando para tal uma diversão, um embuste.
Two years ago, this anti-war vote installed a Democratic majority in Congress, only to watch the Democrats hand over more money to George W Bush to continue his blood fest. For his part, the “anti-war” Obama never said the illegal invasion of Iraq was wrong, merely that it was a “mistake”. Thereafter, he voted in to give Bush what he wanted.
Yes, Obama’s election is historic, a symbol of great change to many.
But it is equally true that the American elite has grown adept at using the black middle and management class.
Obama’s first two crucial appointments represent a denial of the wishes of his supporters on the principal issues on which they voted. The vice-president-elect, Joe Biden, is a proud warmaker and Zionist. Rahm
Emanuel, who is to be the all-important White House chief of staff, is a fervent “neoliberal” devoted to the doctrine that led to the present economic collapse and impoverishment of millions. He is also an
“Israel-first” Zionist who served in the Israeli army and opposes meaningful justice for the Palestinians – an injustice that is at the root of Muslim people’s loathing of the United States and the spawning
Today, merely insert “Obama”. As for historic moments, there is another that has gone unreported but is well under way – liberal democracy’s shift towards a corporate dictatorship, managed by people
regardless of ethnicity, with the media as its clichéd façade. “True democracy,” wrote Penn Jones Jr, the Texas truth-teller, “is constant vigilance: not thinking the way you’re meant to think and keeping your eyes wide open at all times.”
Também o professor e mentor de Bill Clinton, e defensor dessa entidade sinistra criada por David Rockefeller a CFR «Council on Foreign Relations» mas que fez um excelente serviço ao mostrar a sua verdadeira face no seu livro Tragedy and Hope, mostrando o que na realidade é a Mudança nos EUA, ao afirmar:
…the two parties should be almost identical, so that the American people can throw the rascals out at any election without leading to any profound or extensive shifts in policy.
“Os dois partidos deverão ser quase iguais, para que os cidadãos norte-americanos possam tirar de lá os malandros a cada eleição sem que na realidade se altere profunda ou extensivamente a política”
Quigley teorizou que:
…it should be possible to replace it, every four years if necessary, by the other party, which…will still pursue, with new vigor, approximately the same basic policies.
“deverá ser possível a cada quatro anos uma substituição se necessário pelo outro partido, o qual continuará a perseguir e ainda com mais vigor as mesmas políticas do anterior”
Alguns exemplos de mebros do CFR, quer Republicanos quer Democratas, que mostram bem como Quigley tem razão:
Edward Stettinius (D), George Marshall (D), Dean Acheson (D), John Foster Dulles (R), Christian Herter (R), Dean Rusk (D), William Rogers (R), Henry Kissinger (R), Cyrus Vance (D), Edmund Muskie (D), Alexander Haig (R), George Shultz (R), James Baker (R), Lawrence Eagelberger (R), Warren Christopher (D), William Richardson (R), Madeleine Albright (D), Colin Powell (R), and Condoleezza Rice (R).
In an article written for Gannett News Service on November 6, five potential candidates for secretary of the treasury were cited: Timothy Geithner, president of the Federal Reserve Bank of New York; Sheila Bair, Republican chairwoman of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp.; James Dimon, CEO of JPMorgan Chase and an Obama economic adviser; Larry Summers, Bill Clinton’s Treasury secretary and also an Obama economic adviser; and Paul Volcker, who was the chairman of the Federal Reserve chairman during the Carter and Reagan administrations. Everyone on the list, except for Sheila Barr, is a CFR member.
For the position of Defense secretary, the Gannett article presents five individuals as likely Obama choices: Sen. Chuck Hagel (R.-Neb.); current Defense Secretary Robert Gates; Sen. Jack Reed (D.-R.I.); Retired Army Gen. Wesley Clark, and Obama’s top national security adviser Richard Danzig. Again four of the five — all but Danzig — are CFR members.
For the position of Secretary of State, the Gannett article mentioned two other candidates to those listed by The Politico, including Susan Rice, Obama’s top foreign-policy adviser. Not surprising, this Ms. Rice (like the present Secretary Rice) is a CFR member. Not very much change there, except that Susan is easier to spell than Condoleezza!
We wonder how long it will take those who voted for Obama and to “throw the rascals out” to realize that they’ve been had, and that there will not be “any profound or extensive shifts in policy” from that of the Bush administration.
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