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November 1st Riots?

30 Oct

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Fox News reports that government has spent $80 million preparing for possible riots on November 1st based on changes in the Food Stamp laws.

What a fascinating irony. The government-created class of government-dependents may pose the greatest threat to government safety.  It’s not the taxpayers who threaten the government’s operations; it’s the tax-receivers.  The government has more to fear from the poor (whose numbers government increases with each passing day) than from the rich (whose numbers are falling but whom government still serves in return for bribes (political campaign contributions)).

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Posted by on October 30, 2013 in Economic collapse, Economy, Food, Terrorism, Video

 

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16 responses to “November 1st Riots?

  1. Hognutz

    October 30, 2013 at 2:33 PM

    Let ’em riot….

     
    • Martens

      October 30, 2013 at 8:22 PM

      The phrase you’re looking for is: “Let them eat cake.”

       
  2. Yartap

    October 30, 2013 at 3:33 PM

    I believe that the reduction of food stamp payments will be a non-event. Those on welfare will only witness a small reduction in their known freebies. The posting of guards at public building is only for the taxpayers. Now, if Walmart starts posting guards at their doors and inside – that will be a truer prediction.

     
  3. Jetlag

    October 30, 2013 at 7:40 PM

    November 1st Riots? As for the prediction by “Dr. Bill H. Weld” of a mid-October financial doomsday, the answer is: No.

    The reason for this constant media bombardment with scary news, scary opinions, scary images, scary music, etc. is to keep the American body politic in an immobilized state of shell-shock while the criminals complete their takeover of our birthright and nation.

    It’s classic psychological warfare being waged against us, courtesy of the same international syndicate that hijacked our government.

     
  4. Martens

    October 30, 2013 at 8:58 PM

    Adask said: “What a fascinating irony. The government-created class of government-dependents may pose the greatest threat to government safety.”

    If you mean the recipients of trillions of dollars of recent bailout money – not to mention corporate welfare handouts of long duration, or the golden calf which is the license to issue this nation’s currency at interest – I agree.

    The parasitical billionaire class that once backed big government has recently switched to phase 2 of their master plan: the collapse, and privatization, of national governments, in aid of their New World Order.

    It is indeed a fascinating irony, and a tragic tale.

     
    • Jetlag

      October 30, 2013 at 10:15 PM

      The game the billionaires’ media rats are playing is quite simple.

      After enough years of non-stop … relentless … hammering … on you with bad news and ugly images concerning the state, and alleged fate, of America, you eventually take it all to heart and stop trying to fix the situation, which makes a big win for those who covet our birthright and nation a virtual certainty.

       
  5. Adrian

    October 31, 2013 at 12:43 PM

    Indeed is a psychological game to demoralize America.The Zionist mafia is an expert on this kind of tactics.
    What Americans should do is to stop listening to this type of nonsense.
    All we need is action.Stop supporting this criminal mafia at all levels of activity.
    Get away from churches and their religious dogma.
    Get organized in your close communities.
    There is no governing political body in America,only a GOVERN-MENT.
    Stop recognizing this GOVERN-MENT.
    We can govern ourselves like in old pioneer days.
    Think for yourselves,do not let THEM do the thinking for you.

     
  6. Karl Samson

    October 31, 2013 at 12:58 PM

    The poor should have bought gold and silver to hedge against this food stamp cut. They would have if jobs were not sent to China. Maybe the other welfare recipients like Chase,J.P Morgan and the other corporate gangsters will share with them. This fear-mongering against the most powerless people in the USA needs to stop. Especially from a level headed person like Adask.
    Some other food stamp recipients, besides the usual suspects African American women, are Veterans,Retirees,Disabled,Native Americans and Unemployed white men. The government did not create the welfare class. The greed inherent in White racism has created a class of poor people around the globe. Poor people really do not give a damn about the small cut. And they will eat GMO cake on Nov.2 at home. The danger to the USA are the homicidal corporations

     
    • Adask

      October 31, 2013 at 1:26 PM

      The first point to the attached video was not to advocate that a riot will take place tomorrow. I doubt that we’ll see much trouble tomorrow. The first point was to show that Fox News was reporting this “fear mongering”. Mainstream news was not so different from internet news.

      The second point to the attached video was to illustrate an interesting irony: That the government (which warns of the dangerous “sovereign citizens” movement–but spends no money preparing for an attack by “sovereigns”) has spent $80 million to defend against possible riots by the Food Stamp dependents (a class created and enlarged by government). I find that interesting and worthy of comment.

      Incidentally, I have no complaint with Food Stamp dependents–not even the black ones. My complaint is not with blacks, whites, browns or even the poor in general. My complaint is with the national government which generously agreed to ship some of our industries and jobs to China in order to help the poor, unemployed, hungry Chinese–and thereby helped increase the number of Americans who are poor, unemployed, and hungry.

      American Food Stamp dependents are a natural consequence of global free trade and our government’s willingness to ship our jobs overseas. If government’s going to take away our jobs, then government should be responsible for feeding us. So, I have no problem with the use of Food Stamps in the current economy and political era.

      The problem, of course, is that when government is made responsible for feeding Americans that government has caused to be unemployed, government primarily seizes funds from those of us who still have jobs in the private sector.

      If it were up to me, I’d take the cost of Food Stamps out of government pension plans–especially that of Congress.

      As for the “homicidal corporations”you refer to, they would barely exist except that they are often the government’s favorite “special interests”. If government didn’t favor the psychopathic corporations, such corporate pathology would be much less common.

       
      • Martens

        October 31, 2013 at 1:54 PM

        So the government is to blame for our jobs going oversees? At the time it was happening, the corporations themselves were taking credit for it.

        The corporations paid top dollar for hatchet men CEOs who went on the financial shows to proclaim outsourcing the Next Big Thing in business, which sent their stock prices up accordingly. This was a regular occurrence for years.

         
  7. Peter

    October 31, 2013 at 2:12 PM

    Thus, this is just the end result of a cycle that’s long in the tooth, a cycle that is contrary to The Supreme Law in regards to “USURY”. It’s not unlawful for “them” to subject “us” to their bondage schemes, but, it is unlawful for “us” to enter into those schemes (Ezekiel 18:13). All they do is make us disobey they Law and we are punished because of it. Do everything possible to stop playing in the “commercial sandbox”, convert your F.R.N’s into Lawful money, stop borrowing(entering into contract with the strangers) Federal Reserve Accounting Unit Devices.

    The news is just a distraction and all of the demoralizing content is desighned to take your attention away from the Treasury Bond Market Bubble. ATTENTION!! ATTENTION!! The bubble has been pricked. Do those inside a bubble know where they are or how to get out of the bubble? Those individuals, corporations, sovereign nations and such will have much difficulty extricating themselves from that certain contrivance without creating a route of epic proportions.

    Dont get caught up in wanting to get rich off Silver and Gold just, consider yourself fortunate enough that The Good Lord gifted you with enough sense to see the narrow fork in the road and the ability to maneuver on to the ramp to the highway that may lead you back to the land of the Living for men and woman, dwelling safely in the land once again.

     
  8. Peter

    October 31, 2013 at 2:46 PM

    Moreover who are their role models, this may say it all ….

    Al, your one of my role models, I suspect this has been one of the main factors involved in helping me understand many economic and legal matters. You have been instrumental motivating me to pursue honerable and righteous goals in life with positive outcomes. That is what motivates me to read your blog and hang out in the comment section, as you have stated before andI I agree, the comment section is a very important area on this site for learning, thanks

     
    • Adask

      October 31, 2013 at 4:48 PM

      I’m surprised to hear that anyone would regard me as a “role model”. I don’t know that I can live up to that “office”.

      However, I am pleased and delighted to hear that anyone regards me as “instrumental in motivating him to pursue honorable and righteous goals in life with positive outcomes.” That has to be the highest compliment I’ve ever received. Thank you.

       
  9. Anthony Clifton

    November 1, 2013 at 4:00 AM

    surely you didn’t think Robert Riggs {belo} showed up at the Anti-Shyster office for an
    interview just because it was rumoured that you were a ‘a pretty good windmill man’…

    http://rare.us/story/rachel-maddow-mocked-rand-paul-for-plagiarism-but-shes-been-accused-of-it-too/

    you are in a different “dimension” than Bill O’Really and Ed Schultz….

     
  10. Erunderberg

    November 1, 2013 at 10:32 AM

    Question1: Why do you contrast “taxpayers” (no hyphen) and “tax-receivers”(with hyphen)?

    Question 2: Is a taxpayer is a corporately created person owing a fiduciary allegiance to their creator?

    Question 3: Is not a taxreceiver a corporately created person also owing a similar fiduciary duty to their creator?

    If so, I would argue that the “tax-receiver” is instead the Federal corporation.
    It then follows that since the taxreceivers and taxpayers are created citizens of the Federal corporation, owing allegiance, these fiduciary duties include paying more taxes or receiving less benefits for the benefit of the creator at its discretion?

    So, If either created party did riot, wouldn’t they be trespassers and the creator have the right to use any means to restrain and control them?

    I would suggest that any people as tax-payers, instead, have inalienable rights endowed by their own Creator, (Yahweh),… and stand, at least, equally, and at arms length to this same Federal tax-receiver, and thus, have the divinely granted right to refuse any illegal and unconscionable demands to participate in any Federal corporation schemes that violate the(Federal corporation’s) constitutional restraints.

    If this is true, then the Federal corporation would be the trespasser.

     
  11. Adrian

    November 1, 2013 at 11:36 AM

    Feeding people is an old tactic. These useless eaters are fast breeders.
    What are we going to do abot that?
    The GLOBALISTS came up with Agenda 21.
    That involves more than useless eaters.
    Like I always said,we need action not gossip.

     

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