Tuesday, June 26, 2012

PEOPLE POWER IN THE USA



People Power, 1776, in America.

The American Revolution was not 'a good thing'.

The freemasons who took over America were not good people.

"Benjamin Franklin was the Grand Master of the Grand Lodge of Pennsylvania and published the first Masonic book in America. He was a member of Sir Francis Dashwood's Hell Fire Club, along with the Collins family of Satanists.

"Both Franklin and Thomas Jefferson were members of this purely Satanic group who practiced satanic sexual occult rituals." (The Illuminati Bloodlines, Fritz Springmeier)

"Workmen dug up the remains of six children hidden beneath the former London home of Benjamin Franklin, the founding father of American Independence."

United States Presidents and The Illuminati / Masonic Power Structure


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Michael Moore said recently that America was "founded on genocide and built on the backs of slaves."

According to Howard Zinn: "the Indians were unhappy about independence from England, because England had set a line - in the Proclamation of 1763 - that said you couldn’t go westward into Indian territory."

"Did blacks benefit from the American Revolution?

"Slavery was there before. Slavery was there after. Not only that, slavery was written into the Constitution."

Untold Truths About the American Revolution | The Progressive

   
Massacre of Indians at Wounded Knee, South Dakota, December 1890

"As a result of the American Revolution, America lost key exports. These included rice, indigo, and tobacco.

"The war produced enormous national debt with millions owed to the French and Dutch governments.

"The fisheries industry was in ruins and agricultural prices decreased to the point where many farmers stood to lose their homes and farms.

"The effects of the Revolution were, for the most part, negative."

Effects of the American Revolution: Post War Conditions in the ...


"New estimates imply that America’s real income per capita dropped by about 22% over the quarter century 1774-1800.

"The Revolutionary War period could have been America’s greatest income slump ever. That fall may have been 28% or even higher in per-capita terms."

America's Revolution: Economic disaster.


Many Americans died in the American revolution.

"The mortality rate among Americans in the Continental army was very high. 


Victim of the war machine.

9 comments:

Jody Paulson said...

So, are you saying the Americans should never have tried to start their own country? They should never have tried to form a better government? Yes, revolutions have the tendency to get co-opted. So do plenty of otherwise positive organizations, especially secretive ones. But I think there were a lot of basic rights and ideas that were introduced that were worth the struggle. The Bill of Rights, for instance ...

BTW, I don't believe that crap about Franklin and Jefferson being Satanists. "Ye shall know them by their fruits," said Jesus, and Franklin and Jefferson had a lot of very positive things to say. It's easy to call Jefferson a slave owner and condemn him forever for that, but all of us who wear essentially slave-made clothes, shoes, and other things from 3rd world countries might be a tad hypocritical there.

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Anon said...

"So, are you saying the Americans should never have tried to start their own country?"

The North American Indians should have been allowed to keep their own country.

If the white Americans wanted their own country, and very many did not, then they should have used peaceful methods.

Canada evolved peacefully to 'independence'.

As for 'basic rights'?

In France, the revolutionaries talked about 'rights' while carrying out mass murder and setting up a fascist dictatorship.

felix said...

Hi Aan - I notice John Friend's blog has been removed. That's bad.

John Friend said...

Very interesting post aangirfan, I have been re-evaluating the "Founding Fathers" and the entire history of the United States lately, and I agree with much of what you write. Many of the "Founding Fathers" were Masons for sure - I don't know about Franklin or Jefferson. I think those two were actually very good men from what I can tell, Jefferson in particular. Have you ever read what he wrote? Very profound stuff. Washington, Hamilton, and all the Federalists are the main people I am suspect about now...

And yes, the Indians were completely destroyed by the United States government.

That being said, your title "People Power in the USA" is extremely misleading, because the revolutionaries in the colonies were a minority! There were many loyalists and disinterested parties, in fact they were in the majority if I remember correctly!

BTW- I changed the url on my blog to johnfriendsblog.blogspot.com rather than mrfriendsblog.blogspot.com

So no, I'm not being censored... yet! LOL

Anon said...

"The revolutionaries in the colonies were a minority!

"There were many loyalists and disinterested parties..."

I agree.

It is the same in Tunisia, Egypt, Libya and Syria - the revolutionaries are a relatively small minority who get a lot of publicity.

The people who took over America, as a result of the American Revolution, were a small elite.

- Aangirfan

Ali.mostaque said...

The country by the end of the 19th century became the richest industrial nation on earth, and the biggest International trading nation by the early part of the twentieth century, and the biggest military and diplomatic power by 1945.

It became a scientific heavy weight by the late 19th century, AND a significant ALTERNATIVE to 'Old Europe' in many areas, after its independence. In that sense the debate about the legitimacy of its origin, and who actually created the country is WHOLLY IRRELEVANT......given what the country has achieved in the last 230 years.

What the country has been doing since 1945, led by International Jews....many linked to the Rothschilds of London and Europe is another matter.

Anonymous said...

@ Ali.mostaque
I disagree totally with Your arguments:
1a.) Throughout all history usually all 'DAUGHTER'-settlements of important states became richer and stronger than their mothers. Think of Sparta's and Athen's 'daughter'-cities on Sicily (i. e. Syracuse). Also think of the mighty and very rich Greek states at the coast of the Black Sea: They manipulated political matters in old Greece like nowadays the US in Europe. Not for nothing was the "golden Fleece" to be found in a kingdom at the coast of the Black Sea!

1b.) Throughout all history PERIPHERAL states and areas became enormously powerful and rich: Think of the Empire of "Chin" (this is why we say "China" and not "Han" like the Chinese themselves), that conquered all of China. Think of Macedonia that conquered all of Greece and even much, much more! Think of Carthage, founded - like the US - by religious refugees. Cathages power and wealth couldn't be matched by all of Phoenicians city states (Biblos, Sidon, Tyros) together! Think of Prussia, which was peripheral to the German states.

1c.) The USA profited from 'mother' Europe by stealing all technological knowledge from Europe (and now exactly the US pushes forward the monopolisation of ideas!). Also for 200(!) years the US used to drain capable and intellectual people from Europe. Insofar only comparable with Carthage - and for the same reason: Intolerance in the old mother countries.
To me the USA compares much more to Carthage than to the Roman Empire (as the Yankees like to see it themselves).


2.) The USA had vast(!) unused territories in the west.
2a.) Wood: Already the Greeks and Romans cut so much wood that huge areas are without trees and eroded until today! All little and big islands in the Mediterranean were once covered by woods). And what they left was cut down by Venetians, English (Ireland and Scotland were of course covered by woods once) and so on. Till the end of the 19th century nearly everything was made of wood: Houses, bridges, ships, fire in kitchen oven .

2b.) Probably until the beginning of the 20th century agriculture was also in the US the most important economical sector. And the US had conquered a real continent(!) of agrarian areas.

3.) Yes, dear Ali.mostaque: "conquered"! They ROBBED all their then country from the red Indians. And then they went on and ROBBED all their nowadays southern states from the state of Mexico - except Florida. Because Florida was ROBBED from Spain (as a European I want it back!).
The Tsar was intelligent enough to sell Alaska to the US before the Yankees ROB it (otherwise the US would have joined with Japan in the Russian-Japanese war at the beginning of the 20th century).

Your argument, Ali.mostaquem, that the US was "richest industrial nation on earth" can also be said for Dschinghis Khan and his empire.

4.) Slavery. No modern European country had ever such an enormous slave working-force, which in the US was ruthlessly exploited from dawn to dusk.

4a.) Insofar the US resembles the old Roman Empire indeed, because also the old Romans perfected the industrial-like exploitation of slaves.

4b.) Also the US exploited - and enslaved - Latin-America. From the beginning(!) - and not just now!

j

Anon said...

Very many thanks for all the learned comments.

Yes, the USA is a land of robbers.

- Aangirfan

 
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