by Jeff Davis
A profound American media taboo has been broken. The Drudge Report has said the forbidden “B” word out loud. The Times reports: “Across the world, secretaries to the rich and the powerful have blocked out the next three days in their bosses’ calendars for their annual gathering, this time at the Dolce in Sitges, one of Spain’s most exclusive resorts. Normally, every minute of their working lives is accounted for but, each year, a couple of hundred of the world’s financial elite and the more business-friendly members of the political class disappear from view… It is all terribly confidential — breathe a word about it and you’re out of the club — but the Bilderberg watcher Daniel Estulin claims to have a copy of the agenda. The big question this time around is whether the euro will survive. ‘They are afraid that the countries in trouble will leave and the euro will fall apart,’ said Mr Estulin. ‘The biggest nightmare is if EU members return to nationally orientated policies.’ ”
This of course would derail certain one-world policies supported by the Bilderbergers. It’s a bad start for them if they can’t even get the Greeks, Spanish and Germans to agree on one consistent economic policy.
The Times goes on: “Now…the Bilderbergers are nervous that the erosion of the euro could nudge the world back into recession while public services cuts could trigger unrest and radicalise the political climate…Henry Kissinger, 87, the former US Secretary of State, and David Rockefeller, 95, the former chairman of the Chase Manhattan Bank, are the elder statesmen of Bilderberg…” (more…)
June 3, 2010
by Jeff Davis
A recent news article reports: “Stung by a series of inquiries, nearly half the members of the Congressional Black Caucus want to scale back the aggressive ethics procedures that Democrats trumpeted after gaining control of Congress. Rep. Marcia Fudge, D-Ohio, and 19 fellow black lawmakers in the all-Democratic caucus quietly introduced a resolution last week that would restrict the powers of the new independent Office of Congressional Ethics. The office, formed by Congress in 2008, is run by a panel of private citizens. Since its inception, the ethics office has investigated at least eight black caucus members, including veteran Rep. Charlie Rangel, D-N.Y., and five others in that group over privately funded trips to the Caribbean…The office, which doesn’t have the power to sanction lawmakers, essentially serves as an advisory board to the House Committee on Standards of Official Conduct, a congressional committee run by lawmakers who are charged with policing their colleagues.”
I suppose Ms. Fudge considers this an unreasonable number of investigations involving Blacks. The truth is that Blacks and corruption go hand in hand. A Black catapulted to an office where he’s in a position to take bribes will almost invariably take bribes.
Blacks simply do not understand that they’re committing thievery. If this sounds a bit harsh, consider the fact that literally millions of Blacks have gotten jobs and promotions thanks to racial quotas. Only Ward Connerly has had the honesty to admit that quotas are all about stealing jobs from Whites. Every Black, who takes a quota job, is a thief, stealing that job from a better qualified White person, whose entire life is affected –either put on hold for months or years waiting for another job or ruined as a house is foreclosed and a marriage falls apart.
Perhaps Ms. Fudge would prefer a review process that will be more inclined to sweep ethics charges under the rug. The article continues “The citizen-run ethics panel is far more open than the notoriously secretive standards committee, publicizing its referrals even when the standards committee finds no violations. Fudge’s proposal would remove that power, and allow lawmakers on the standards committee to seal from public view the ethics office’s findings on matters deemed meritless. The resolution also would make it harder for the ethics office to initiate investigations, requiring a sworn complaint from a citizen claiming personal knowledge of an alleged violation. That could prevent complaints from watchdog groups, for example. It would prevent the standards committee from taking a referral from the ethics office within 60 days before an election in which the subject of the case is a candidate.”
Given the ghastly track record of Black elected officials everywhere over the past 50 years, in everything from bribery and vote-buying on through outright theft and embezzlement, on up to jury tampering, rape, and murder, it’s hardly surprising that they’re trying to make it nearly impossible for an investigative committee to do anything –even one apparently set up by their own party.
Most Black elected officials simply can’t keep their fingers out of the cookie jar. It seems to be in their nature to steal any time they are put into a position where they can do so. Blacks as a whole simply cannot comprehend the idea of private property or moral obligation.
If Black elected officials object to the stigma of being exposed and indicted and convicted and expelled from office, then they why can’t they refrain from doing things that result in such inconveniences. The old saying “If you can’t do the time, don’t do the crime” seems to go right over their heads.
June 2, 2010
12 Republican Senators voted for an Amnesty Bill in 2007.
by James Buchanan
Back in 2007, the two-party system tried to shove through through an Amnesty Bill for an estimated 20 million illegal aliens. There were violent screams of protest from voters all across America. Some Senators were getting literally several hundred phone calls opposing the bill for every phone call supporting it. The volume and intensity of the response shocked many in the Senate into choosing the wiser course of action for their own preservation and voting down the Amnesty Bill (which stood no chance at all in the House anyway). Still, 46 Senators voted for the Amnesty Bill, completely ignoring the will of the people.
The Senate has betrayed the American people many times before. They completely ignored the will of the people when it came to NAFTA and GATT. It’s a safe bet that every piece of legislation that’s been passed in the last 20 years betrays the interests of the American people in favor of special interests. The Amnesty Bill however was an ultimate betrayal which would have greatly accelerated the transformation of America into a Third World nation. Years of betrayal have apparently given rise to the Tea Party movement and most of the Tea Party supporters don’t want America turned into a northern province of Mexico. (more…)