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Wanted: Nation to Attack Or Invade

Tuesday, September 14, 2010 2:08
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Due to an expected surplus of war materials caused by escalating operational difficulties in our Afghan market, US Military Industrial Complex Inc. is seeking a partner nation for our next military market and campaign.

Applicant nations should be well endowed with raw materials; already semi-fascist; and willing to embrace free market economics, in close collaboration with leading US Wall St. finance houses.

Collateral damage to national infrastructure will be reasonably restrained. But, in any event, an attractive rebuilding partnership including logistical support by US corporate firms will be an integral part of the infrastructure cycle.

Democratic elections will be arranged post-invasion, and the results will also be arranged in consultation with our valued partners in the target nation (or rather, partner nation).

Our goal in partnership is to ensure our current upsurge in profits continues to counterpoint the downturn in the rest of the US economy. This can only be facilitated by further aggressive expansion of our theatre of operations. In other words: renewed efforts to bring about international peace.

Applicant nations need not have a functioning local terrorist organization, as one can readily be supplied. Appropriately timed terrorist attacks can be facilitated to initiate the active or so-called ‘invasion’ phase of partnership. We have personnel experienced in such attacks from our domestic operations.

Apply in the first instance, with an outline of
opportunities and full details of numbered
Swiss accounts, to:

Mr. N.W.O. Stoolie, for
Sue, Grabbit & Runne Inc.,
132 Wall St., NYC, USA.





14/10/08 obama-liberal-fascism

There is a definite link between economic liberalization and fascism as the process of economic liberalization has had a huge impact on people live all over the globe. In order to asses this impact, and  the link between two, it is essential to first define our understanding of economic liberalization and fascism:

Economic Liberalization: Economic liberalization has been a key component of the process of globalization. This process is based on the ideology of “neo liberalism”. This ideology was pushed for by what has become known as the “Washington consensus”: the IMF, the World Bank, and the US Treasury. The basic ideas behind “neo liberalism” are:

  1. Country should liberalize and open their economies to foreign trade and investment and stop protecting their own industries.

  2. Corporate taxes should be reduced since they are seen to restrict foreign investment.

  3. Countries should adopt open-door policies on profit repatriation by transnational companies.

  4. Private sector involvement and investment in state-run enterprises and services should be encouraged.


Robert O Paxton defines Fascism as “A form of  political behavior marked by obsessive preoccupation with community decline, humiliation or victimhood and by compensatory cults of unity, energy and purity, in which a mass-based party of committed nationalist militants, working in uneasy but effective collaboration with traditional elites, abandons democratic liberties and pursues with redemptive violence and without ethical or legal restraints goals of internal cleansing and external expansion”. The ideologies behind fascism are:

  1. Fascism seeks to incorporate or co-opt private ownership into the state apparatus through public-private partnership.

  2. Fascist ideology tends to be chauvinistically nationalist, stressing a particularistic allegiance to one’s country, culture, or ethnicity along with this goes a suspicion of rationalism, a preference for economic autarky, and a view of life as one of inevitable but glorious struggle.

  3. Fascism cultivates a “folksy” man of the people, “pragmatism over principles”, “heart over head,” “pay no attention to those pointy-headed intellectuals” rhetorical style.


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