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Greg Hunter Interviews Paul Craig Roberts

14 Aug

This may be the single most illuminating–and disturbing–interview I’ve ever seen.  Paul Craig Roberts (former Assistant Secretary of the Treasury under the Reagan Administration) offers coherent insight into what may really be going on this world.  His insight is scary since it describes the growing threat of a real nuclear world war.  Roberts places most of the blame on a handful of neo-conservatives in Washington DC who Roberts describes as being bent on starting another major war and ruling the world.

Roberts doesn’t say so, but I understand his arguments to imply that the New World Order is headquartered in Washington DC and run by a bunch of American Neo-Cons.

There was a time when it was believed that Russian Communists wanted to rule the world and were therefore to be feared, resisted and despised.  Today, the Communists do not want to rule the world, but American Neo-Cons do.  It is therefore the American Neo-Cons who are to be feared, resisted and despised.  The Neo-Cons may be the world’s arch-villains.

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7 responses to “Greg Hunter Interviews Paul Craig Roberts

  1. Gary Lee

    August 14, 2014 at 9:40 AM

    Interesting that when Dr. Paul talks about Russia’s weapons systems, he is still talking conventional systems like strategic bombers, ICBMs and submarines, when, in fact, Russia (USSR) had over 200 tesla Interferometers ( Col. Frank Bearden/electromagnetic weapons/phase conjugation) when they disbanded the Soviet Union….and even one can terminate our solar system…..so how stupid are these NWO clowns that they would push Russia to WW3? These power hungry clowns are pushing our world to decimation…maybe time to put these idiots away before they actually do irreparable or terminal damage to our planet?

     
    • citizenquasar

      August 16, 2014 at 1:20 AM

      Well said. However, it is NOT stupidity so much as mysticism. By that I mean that the Neo-Cons replace the evidence of their senses with what they have imagined. In short, the Neo-Cons are completely out of touch with reality.

       
  2. Joan of Arc

    August 14, 2014 at 2:03 PM

    My congressional rep stated at the town hall meeting that only the senate can stop the president through impeachment. But the neocons don’t want to stop the president/one world government steamroller. I don’t see any hope for an earthly leader to stop the war and destruction.

     
  3. Roger

    August 14, 2014 at 3:48 PM

    The more fear you have, the less effective you are.

    That’s why the hired mind-gamers of the Money Power so persistently target the patriotic segment of American society for social re-engineering into a Culture of Fear, like a spider paralyzing its prey before dinner.

     
  4. pop de adam

    August 15, 2014 at 3:32 AM

    When the soviet(communist) threat dissolved and reformed as the Russian federation, did we ever see a reciprocal denouement within our own government? I don’t recall anything like that.

    Those Egyptians sure could move some rocks, but those Romans became so much more precise, more artistic.

    If two people have a disagreement, perhaps they settle and agree to ALLOW this third party known as the state final word in their controversy. This state should be impartial so they keep the parties as whole as is realistic, so the parasite does not exhaust its hosts. If someone feels they have been taken advantage of they can always appeal to another higher authority.

    Here is where this grit really leaves most of us toothless. These states can attempt to bring charges in their own courts. Is this proper? Is this a conflict of interest, a revenue seeking endeavor? In the preceding paragraph it is peaceable and agreeable to seek a higher venue or authority to flesh out disagreements. A few centuries ago if I had a disagreement with Al, we might seek out the elders or a magistrate, if that didn’t cut it maybe a duke or baron, if this disagreement still persisted perhaps the king himself. What seems to be important is the parties were to be equals before another authority. Today, how is this even possible when the offense is against the law itself, in its own court, tried by those dependent upon is outcome?

    Suppose it becomes an issue between you and a supreme court or the Supreme Court, who do you appeal to? Rule of law(and not men) becomes simply another popularity contest amongst men.

    I guess we really showed those kings and sovereigns. If its a law, can it ever be broken? If it is broken then it must not be a law.

    Me and the King share a common lineage with Adam and Eve, however he chooses to disrespect it, in favor of himself.

    Favors, embellishments and indulgences, you’ve come a long way baby.

    FTW – POP

     
  5. Henry

    August 15, 2014 at 2:38 PM

    Yeah, Roger.

    It’s all about the constant repetition of certain words and images to implant debilitating emotions, especially fear, deep in the psyche until We the People lose the ability to right our nation.

    Constant exposure to negative words and images creates nonadaptive states of mind. The seditious rats in the NWO’s fake alternative media prefer fear, though hopelessness gets a lot of play too.

    Look around.

     
    • pop de adam

      August 16, 2014 at 4:03 AM

      “The more fear you have, the less effective you are.”

      What facts do you rely upon that make this statement true? Do you think fear serves no purpose?

      How can one properly quantify fear? Effective to what? Is “you” the result?

      “It’s all about the constant repetition of certain words and images to implant debilitating emotions, especially fear, deep in the psyche until We the People lose the ability to right our nation.

      Constant exposure to negative words and images creates nonadaptive states of mind. The seditious rats in the NWO’s fake alternative media prefer fear, though hopelessness gets a lot of play too.”

      Isn’t this exactly how you would play it: “It’s all about the constant repetition of certain words”

      Scientologists despise psychologists because they see right through the scientologists efforts at manipulating people.

      Psychologists despise scientologists because they see right through the psychologists efforts at manipulating people.

      Which is either more or less terrifying? Engrams or diagnosis?

       

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