Black People : The Corporate State of America is being Built Up

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  1. Ankhur

    Ankhur Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    Eisenhower warned of this day




    years ago! He warned about the Military Industrial Complex, which now has odered congress to pass, and this is not a joke,
    a literal perpetual war bill, smething Hitler would be delighted with.

    Mussolini spoke about the corpoate state, and now Wall street,
    Monsanto, HMOs, and Big Pharma literally effect legislative policy,
    from inside Washington, at a level that Reagan and Bush sr wish they could have gotten away with

    Just like the great depression in the 30s and 40s,
    where millions lost money,
    but a few got it!!!!!!!!!!

    all those trillions and billions during the crash of 2008 that "had to be bailed out" didnt go dow a sewer hole, toilet or PJ furnace,

    SOMEBODY GOT THAT MONEY!

    and has been making the same scam profits ab bonuses since then,
    with even more hedge funds, derivaties ad subprimes,
    unchecked and unregulated.

    Now with all that mega billion chedda
    not only do they and their corporations still get tax breaks,
    they also cn continue o hide that hooch in foreign banks and accounts

    Now the only 2 obstacles to global US imperialism and colonization of South America and africa continents have been "disabled" in one way or another, so the glorious oligarchy,
    is assured continuous drug wealth, and mineral wealth, as well as sources of fresh water.
     
  2. Shikamaru

    Shikamaru Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    The corporate state of America has been in construction since the British colonies of North America.
     
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    revolution changes everything……..
     
  4. Ankhur

    Ankhur Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    none of my titles, none are to be taken literaly, and no sorry but this stuff is something completely new.

    There was no fascism back then
     
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    Maybe ... maybe not.

    Remember the ....

    Massachussets Bay Company?
    Plymouth Company?
    London Company?
    Hudson Bay Company?

    Those companies also held quasi-governmental powers as well.

    Also, let us not forget what the United State is:

    Respublica v. Sweers (1779)

    Governments are corporations. Public corporations.
     
  6. Ankhur

    Ankhur Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    While it is publicly known that the US also has military ties with Kenya and Uganda in East Africa, CJTF-HOA also lists Burundi, Chad, Comoros, the DRC, Madagascar, Mauritius, Mozambique, Rwanda, Tanzania, Uganda and Yemen as 'areas of interest'.

    The US uses military facilities in Kenya for its 'anti-terrorism campaign' in the Horn of Africa.

    America also has access to military locations in almost all parts of the continent.

    In US military jargon, these are referred to as 'lily pads' or Co-operative Security Locations (CSLs).

    The report lists countries with 'lily pads' as Algeria, Botswana, Gabon, Ghana, Kenya, Mali, Namibia, Sao Tome, Sierra Leona, Tunisia, Uganda and Zambia.

    In addition, AFRICOM has links with the African Union headquarters in Ethiopia through its military liaison officers.

    AFRICOM has military liaison officers at the Economic Community of West Africa States headquarters in Nigeria, and at the Kofi Annan International Peacekeeping Training Centre in Ghana as well as the International Peace Support Training Centre in Kenya.

    'Those may expand, and additional liaison officers may be attached to other regional organizations,' Ploch wrote.

    Colonel Festus Aboagye, a senior research fellow in conflict management with the Institute for Security Studies in South Africa told this paper that while the US has not yet succeeded in securing a base for AFRICOM, negotiations will likely be with countries 'that have open foreign policies'.

    'Botswana for example has some degree of links with the US government…

    'It pursues an open foreign policy and accepts such engagements with the US,' Aboagye noted. Refusing to offer land for a permanent base does not mean that African countries might not collaborate with US military, he said.

    In the region, South Africa and Mozambique also offer scope for collaborating with the US military.

    'I don't think South Africa would allow the US to have any kind of headquarters or base but that doesn't mean it's not going to collaborate.

    ...

    Africa is the only grey area in the US's global military sphere of influence.

    America has the US North Command (USNORTHCOM), US EU Command, (USEUCOM), US South America Command (USSOUTHCOM), US Central Command (USCENTCOM) and US Pacific Command (USPACOM).

    These permanent and fully operational commands cover every region of the world – except for Africa.

    When the US under the George W Bush first floated the idea of AFRICOM, it was publicly resisted by several African countries.

    Ploch, in her report, said the US later 'received offers to host the command from several governments', though only Liberia publicly invited American troops onto its soil in 2007.

    Pressure from within the AU saw Liberia going quiet on its offer.

    AFRICOM's lead role in the Libyan offensive is indicative of the consequences of having a permanent US military presence on the continent.

    'In March 2011, AFRICOM commenced Operation Odyssey Dawn in Libya.

    'AFRICOM's part in the Libyan invasion included Tomahawk cruise missile attacks targeting Libyan command and control and air defenxe facilities,' Ploch's report said.

    NATO then assumed the lead in military operations in April under 'Operation Unified Protector'.

    http://www.globalresearch.ca/index.php?context=va&aid=26411
     
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    Governments use militaries for purposes of commerce and acquisition.
     
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    Ankhur Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    Of course in a fascist nation

    what Scandinanvian nation does that or other socialist nations? ro Communist nations for that matter?
     
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    These charts show where all of the money went and that the fall of America, is really the fall of the working class and middle class into poverty while the rich get stupid phatt

    http://www.businessinsider.com/15-c...-america-2010-4#look-at-the-wealth-gap-grow-4
     
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    Not just a fascist nation, ALL nations especially if it is an empire.

    You'll want to dig into the history of the Scandinavian countries a bit more.
    Ever hear of the Vikings? The Danes? The danegeld?

    Communist countries seem more intent on turning their violence on their own citizens rather than externally.
    Bolshevik Revolution?
    Ukrainian Famine?
    Chinese Revolution?
     
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