by Scott Creighton
All across the world the same fire is burning.
The banking and political elites from our country and across the pond, set this in motion over a decade ago. It was a three-part plan to create a deficit bubble of a size and scale never before seen in the history of mankind and then to fabricate the Global War on Terror to create the pretext they needed to invade any nation who dared resist their IMF style occupation and proxy rule. Finally, the speculators did their work by needlessly but deliberately driving up the price of wheat and corn causing massive famine and increased rates of poverty and starvation at a time when most of the world was already desperate for work.
From Iceland to Greece to Spain to Ireland. From Tunisia and Egypt to Bahrain and Libya and the thousand points of light in between, the people have stood and said they will not pay the price for the greed and manipulation of the elites of the world. We stand in Madison with the people of Cairo as we stand with the people of Reykjavik.
We will not remain slaves for long.
Gov. Scott Walker Inadvertently Admits Bipartisan Neoliberal Collusion Against the People of This Country; “He’s Not One of Us… He’s Not an Ally”
by Scott Creighton
UPDATE: In the second video Gov. Scott Walker admits that they discussed using agent provocateurs in the Wisconsin crowd and that this is a war on unions just like when Ronald Reagan fired the air traffic controllers.
In an amazingly illuminating recording, Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker, while talking to someone who he thought was David Koch, made reference to Tim Cullen, a Democratic state Senator in Wisconsin. What he actually said about Cullen exposes the ongoing bipartisan neoliberal attack on the people of this country. While talking to a blogger named “Murphy” from The Beast who was pretending to be David Koch, Scott Walker started talking about Cullen suggesting that he could be useful in their ongoing battle with the dems over the union-busting bill that is causing such an uproar in the state right now. When Murphy, as Koch, suggested that he give Cullen a call to thank him for the help, Scott Walker made a stunning statement:
Murphy (Koch): uh, I’ll have to give that man a call.
Walker: Well, actually, in his case, I wouldn’t call him and I’ll tell you why. He’s pretty reasonable but he’s not uh… he’s not one of us.
Murphy (Koch); alright
Walker: I um, I would let him be. He is in a position where he can maybe motivate that caucus but he’s not uh, he’s not an ally, he’s just a guy, he was in the senate. He was in the senate years ago, he was actually the Senate Democratic Leader back in the ’80s and Tommy Thompson hired him to be the head of Health and Human Services, he went into the private sector, made real money, and became a little more open-minded… and last fall he got elected to the senate seat he had 25 years ago and he’s one of these guys who really doesn’t care, he’s not there for political reasons, he is just trying to get something done, so he’s good to reach out to for me, but he’s not a conservative… he’s a pragmatist.
It has been well-known and reported by outsiders looking in that there is really only one party in America these days; the corporatist party. But actual admissions of this, on tape, are few and far between. Here we have a Tea Party Governor talking to someone he thinks is a billionaire neoliberal about his ongoing assault on the working class of America and he openly talks about a democrat as not being one of “them”. This proves that there is ongoing collusion between the fake parties at the highest levels of government not only between each other against the American people, but also with big business and the super wealthy elites.
UPDATE: the Beast website seems to be down, but in the 2nd part of this recording, Gov. Scott Walker admits to “Koch” that he and his people had discussed using agent provocateurs in the Wisconsin protest crowd.
Murphy (Koch): Right. right. We’ll back you any way we can. What we were thinking about the crowds was uh, was planting some trouble makers
Walker: You know uh, the only problem with, uh, cus we thought about that. The problem would be, my gut reaction to that would be uh, right now, uh, the law makers I have talked to have just completely had it with them, the public is not really fond of this, the teachers union did some polling and focus groups and found that the public turned on them the moment they closed the schools down for a couple of days. The guys we have left are mostly from out of state and I keep dismissing it in all my press conferences…
Walker: … and I stood up and I pulled out a picture of Ronald Reagan and I said, “you know, this may seem a little melodramatic but 30 years ago, Ronald Reagan… had one of the most defining moments of his political career when he fired the air traffic controllers. To me that moment was more important than just to labor relations or the Federal Budget that was the first crack in the Berlin Wall and the fall of communism because from that point forward the Soviets and the communists knew that Ronald Reagan wasn’t a pushover.” And I said this may not have as broad a world implication or national history, but in Wisconsin I said, “this is our moment. This is our time to change history“
Our time to change history and crush those pinko-commie teachers and unions once and for all. This ain’t about budgets, it’s about winning that cold war all over again. It’s about ending unions and collective bargaining and keeping those little people in their places. They said this is the first domino to fall, and they meant it.