Yesterday, and Tomorrow

(11 am. – promoted by ek hornbeck)

The extraordinary events in Tunisia, Egypt and Libya are the initial high tides of an eventual tsunami that will impact the world that globalists have so fervently promoted for decades, in ways not necessarily to their liking. The first wave has struck and is now retreating from the shore, but will shortly return with redoubled force, and what and who will be swept away and what will be left standing is anyone’s guess.


In the United States, 48 years after Dr. Martin Luther King delivered his stirring “I have a dream” speech at the base of the Lincoln Memorial, 45 percent of young African-Americans have no jobs and the top hedge fund managers are paid, on average, $1 billion a year, a thoughtful American can only expect the mass protests against cuts in services and jobs in Wisconsin to spread.

And America’s propensity for eventual chaos is far higher than the Middle East, demonized in the press as a violent region, when one considers that America’s 300 million citizens have between 238 million and 276 million privately owned firearms.

As a prescient 23-year old from Hibbing, Minnesota, Bob Dylan warned an earlier generation 47 years ago about to embark on its misguided mission to safeguard and democratize in Vietnam, “There’s a battle outside and it is raging, It’ll soon shake your windows and rattle your walls, For the times they are a-changin’.”

America has older prophets on the current situation – as Thomas Jefferson observed, “A wise and frugal government, which shall leave men free to regulate their own pursuits of industry and improvement, and shall not take from the mouth of labor the bread it has earned – this is the sum of good government.”

Take heed, Governor Walker of Wisconsin and all the rest of you political leaders in Washington DC – or fuel up your learjets and head for the Cayman Islands.

The Extraordinary Events in the Middle East and the Coming Global Tsunami

By John C.K. Daly for the Global Intelligence Report

Libya two days ago…


  1. Edger

    and Peoria, tomorrow?

  2. David G. Mills

    Guess by TJ’s standards we flunked big time.

    But I guess the meaning of the word earned is relative.  Apparently only hedge fund managers actually earn their bread.  The rest of us do not.  Just ask Ayn Rand.


  3. bigsurtree

    a tiny fraction of mankind while basic needs of humanity grow steadily, the absurdity of a system that facilitates this kind madness cannot be sustained. It will inevitably fall into political/economic paroxysm due to a biological disconnect so profound that not even the greatest social engineers in Beijing or New York will be able to invent an antidote. The greatest armies ever assembled will be totally impotent, and the calls to Mount Olympus will be unanswered. We’ve abstracted, etherialized and symbolized ourselves into non-beings. “To be or not to be”, we’ve chosen the latter, and as we talk about the health of an economic system, we have met the delusion that has transformed the human body into a number without a shred of real meaning other than for accounting purposes. We are our own existential threat, and are doing a hell of a great job.  

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