How to deal with the Globalists?

Discussion in 'Politics' started by andrasnm, Jan 14, 2008.

  1. two ways to deal with Multis

    Let's face it Corporations(globalists) are killing us, and the middle class. They polute, bribe, steal (if possible) behind the veil of their lawyers and spread false, bullshit propaganda via Madison Ave. advertisers.

    There are two distinct ways of dealing with them:
    1) cajole and enlighten their benevolent self-interests and try to reform them from within, some grassroots movements are doing exactly just that.
    2) bring back the carrot and stick (Unions) and eliminate corporate bribery via reform in congress and campaign financing. (I favor this one, as I think benevolent self-interest is an oxymoron)
    It seems that Clinton is for step 1) while Obama (correct me if I am wrong) is for step 2)

    Which step(1 or 2) do you thing is doable, viable, your favorite?
  2. LMAOOOOOOOOOO.... clinton and obama? dude.. wake up... they are the globalist's puppets. please tell me you are joking?
  3. Barack Obama

    Zbigniew Brzezinski, National Security advisor and handler of Pres. Carter; Anthony Lake, Clinton administration national security adviser and president's handler; Sarah Sewall, Clinton administration deputy secretary of defense, counter-insurgency czar; Richard Clarke, Clinton and Bush administration counter-terrorism expert; Susan Rice, Clinton administration Africa specialist and NSC member of globalist Brookings Institution; Bruce Riedel, former CIA officer, NSC Near East and Asian affairs at Brookings. Obama already wants to bomb Pakistan. Zbig would like a war with Russia.

    Hillary Clinton

    Bill Clinton; Madeline Albright, Clinton administration secretary of state responsible for the globalist intervention in the Balkans; Sandy Berger, Clinton's National Security adviser and handler; Richard Holbrooke, Former US Ambassador to the UN and a member of the board of directors of the Council on Foreign Relations. He is also a member of the International Institute for Strategic Studies, He was an advisor to the Presidential campaign of Sen. John Kerry (D-MA) in 2004. In 2006, Holbrooke joined the Presidential campaign of Sen. Hillary Clinton (D-NY) and has become a top foreign policy adviser; Holbrooke's name is often referred when speaking of Secretary of State in a Democratic administration and is likely to be the prime contender for the position. Gen. Wesley Clark, handled the attack on Serbia/Kosovo; Leslie Gelb, arch globalist on the Council on Foreign Relations, former State and Defense Department official; Martin Indyk, Clinton administration Israel ambassador, Brookings Inst.; Strobe Talbott, second Clinton handler, and Deputy Sec. of State, creator of Caspian oil group, Brookings Inst.; Jeffrey Smith, former CIA general counsel.