Alex Jones welcomes back trend forecaster, publisher of the Trends Journal, business consultant and author Gerald Celente who weighs in on the Boston false flag.
"State of siege declared in Boston. Police storm homes of citizens. Would you let the police enter YOUR house? Pressitute bullshit story on bombers doesn't add up as we lose rights left & right. This is the start of Martial Law in Amerika!"
With the imposition of a state of siege in Boston, a historical threshold has been crossed. For the first time ever, a major American city has been placed under the equivalent of martial law. The already frayed veneer of a stable democracy based on constitutional principles is in shreds.
The timing of the Boston Bombing with the national partisan gun control debate is a collision of two events that is hard to overlook when you take into account the very real Katrina-style imposition of Martial Law which descended so quickly on the city of Boston last week.
Would the federal government use an opportunity like that of the Boston Bombing in order to grab residents' guns under the guise of national security?
The Obituary for Democracy
It's official. In the West, democracy is dead. "Elected" governments are a front. Politicians are little more than wiseguys for the Money Mafia.
On April 17, "The Paper of Record," The New York Times wrote Democracy's obituary:
Euro Zone Crisis Has Increased I.M.F.'s Power
FRANKFURT — When Wolfgang Schäuble,
the German finance minister and war horse of European politics, celebrated his 70th birthday at a theater in Berlin last September, two of the most powerful women in the world
offered warm words in his honor. One was Chancellor Angela Merkel.
The other, delivering the keynote speech, was Christine Lagarde, the managing director
of the International Monetary Fund. Ms. Lagarde's presence reflected her close, longtime friendship with Mr. Schäuble. But it also was a confirmation of the enormous stature that Ms.
Lagarde and the I.M.F. have acquired in Europe as a result of the euro crisis. The I.M.F. has more say over crisis management than many euro zone members, and Ms. Lagarde has become a quasi head of state, whose views carry more weight than those of many elected leaders. Indeed, without the I.M.F.'s money and advice, the euro zone might have fallen apart by now. Besides the money the I.M.F. has provided ... the organization has played the role of outside expert, aloof from national politics. In the absence of a
strong federal government in Europe, Ms. Lagarde helps impose order on
quarreling national leaders.
According to the Times, it is Christine Lagarde, La Donna of the International Mafia
Federation (aka The I.M.F.) who, as "quasi head of state," wields the power to keep
the "quarreling" Euro-wiseguys in line. To varying degrees, it's the same throughout the West: The Federal Reserve, European Central Bank, The City of London and all those "too big to fail" banks and financial institutions also "impose order" and "carry more weight than many elected leaders." They make the rules, write the laws and the political wiseguys make sure their "soldiers" (goon squads) enforce the laws.
While the Times makes it clear who's in charge, they camouflage the takeover
in White Shoe Boy lingo, implying how beneficial it is to have the money powers
in control. Democracy is dead! Viva la Mafia.
Can the Money Mafia be defeated? Can Democracy be restored?
Yes! In this Trends Journal, not only do we identify the seemingly insurmountable
obstacles, we provide insights and strategies on how to overcome them and, in doing
so, create a civilization worthy of the name. While we point the way, in the end, the future really depends upon you