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Alex Jones - The Obama Deception - Page 4

Author: Edward L Winston
Added: August 18th, 2009

This is page four of my discussion on the Alex Jones film The Obama Deception. If you were linked here by mistake, please refer to page one of this article, which contains the introduction.

[Alex Jones]
Webster Griffin Tarpley is an accomplished geo-political analyst and historian. Among his scholarly works are the unauthorized biographies of George Herbert Walker Bush and Barack Hussein Obama.

He's not really "accomplished" in the traditional sense. He has no scholarly awards or well known books, or anything like that. In fact as one may easily guess, he's another conspiracy theorist. He also tried to run under the platform for Lyndon LaRouche (a big conspiracy theorist), for the Democratic Party of New York primary for US Senate[30]. I have a page especially for Webster Tarpley and also his book Barack H. Obama: The Unauthorized Biography.

[Webster Tarpley]
Since Bush the elder made his speech at the United Nations back in September of 1990 talking about the New World Order, I think that we've become confused about what's actually going on in the world. 

Shortly before Tarpley begins talking he's seen walking out of a hotel or office, presumably that's the same location this interview was being done at. It's worth noting that Christmas decorations can be seen, indicating that this was filmed even before Obama was in office.

More like irrational and paranoid. There was a large belief in mason conspiracy before that time, but this really convinced a lot of people it was very real. Yes, three words convinced them of a worldwide conspiracy to create a one world government for the purpose of controlling people just because they want to. Yes, even Alex Jones often says that they just want to do it because they're power hungry, not because there's any money in it, although his story sometimes changes depending on which of his movies you're watching. 

The New World Order is a more palatable name for the Anglo American world empire. It's the planetary domination of London, New York, Washington over the rest of the world. It's hard to get people to join that or think they have a part in it if you called it the Anglo American world empire. If you call it the New World Order, then people in India or some place like that or the European Union might think, "Well, there's something there for us too." But that's not what it is; it's the Anglo American New World Order. It's really the old world order. It's the British Empire morphing into the American empire. The US-British world empire is what you're gonna get.

Conspiracy theorists really need to figure out who is behind the big conspiracy and why. Even within Alex Jones' movies he shoots around between:

  1. A world wide conspiracy to make a single world government by China and Gorbechev[31]
  2. A world wide Masonic conspiracy to work via many organizations such as the UN, Council on Foreign Relations, and Bohemian Grove to setup a one world government[32]
  3. A world wide conspiracy between two separate powers struggling to do the exact same thing - create a one world government[31]
  4. A world wide conspiracy by the American military-industrial complex / FEMA to setup a one world government based in the US[34]
  5. A world wide conspiracy, non-Masonic, between the US industrial complex, FEMA, UN, and other international organizations[33]

Alex Jones tends to change the story between movies, and sometimes even change it a little bit during the movie.

And now another entry on the list is "A world wide conspiracy by America and England to fool the rest of the world powers to joining their own worldwide conspiracy, make them think they can get in on the conspiracy, but the bigger conspiracy is that the world is actually going to be controlled by America and England.

[Alex Jones]
Combines of powerful men have always battled with each other over the levers of power. Gerald Celente is recognized as one of the world's foremost transforecasters, as founder of the Trends Research Institute.

The Trends Research Institute is best known for their "predictions" of economic and social events. There's absolutely no evidence what so ever the Trends Institute has ever predicted anything. Their most common predictions are actually postdictions, as there's no proof what so ever they predicted a given event before it happened, we're simply supposed to believe they did. Usually they keep their predictions vague enough to let people see them however they want. You can read more on our Trends Research Institute page.

[Gerald Celente]
People that are knowledgeable know that the fight that this country has been waging since its inception is for the central bankers not to take over the country. And that's why people like Andrew Jackson were elected. And that's why people revere people like Thomas Jefferson and others. The takeover's happened and it's a corporate take over.

Andrew Jackson was not a warrior against central banks; it was the Second Bank of the United States which he worried about due to their corruption as they lacked any of the regulation that exists today with central banking in the United States[35]. Jackson's popularly descended from his war hero status[42]. Afterwards Jackson pushed the country into a deep panic and ruined the economy[36]. Thomas Jefferson was indeed weary of central banking, but a lot of his letters about banking, and general fear of banking, have been spun by Federal Reserve conspiracy theorists to say he only worried about central banking. Interestingly enough, for a man who, according to conspiracy theorists, was so steadfast against central banking, used central banking in the Louisiana purchase[37][38].

[Alex Jones]
Agents of the Bank of England attempted to assassinate President Andrew Jackson in multiple occasions because of his resistance against a private central bank being set up in the United States.

There was only one assassination attempt on Jackson, the other attempt was a minor assault. In the first situation a man named Robert B. Randolph, a former lieutenant in the Navy, was dismissed at the direct order of Jackson for embezzlement. Randolph caught up with Jackson on a party boat and essentially punched or slapped him in the face. Randolph ran away right afterwards, Jackson decided not to press charges against Rudolph[39][40].

The assassination attempt was by an unemployed English painter, Richard Lawrence, that had been living in the United States for some time. On January 30th, 1835, Jackson walked out of the Capitol Building and Lawrence came up to the president, aimed his pistol, and the weapon misfired. He then took out a second pistol which also misfired. Lawrence was restrained and after his arrest it was quite clear the man was deranged. He gave many reasons for shooting the president, primarily that he lost his job painting houses and Jackson was directly responsible. He also believed that if Jackson were dead there'd be more money in the country. Finally he insisted that he was the dead, deposed English King Richard III (d. 1485), and Jackson was his clerk. He was deemed insane and was institutionalized and was never punished for his assassination attempt[41].

[Gerald Celente]
And it was something that Abraham Lincoln warned and this is by the way, why I believe he was assassinated. This is the Lincoln quote: "The money powers pray upon the nation in times of peace and conspire against it in times of adversity. It is more despotic than monarchy, more insolent than autocracy, more selfish than bureaucracy. I see in the near future a crisis approaching that unnerves me and causes me to tremble for the safety of my country. Corporations have been enthroned. An era of corruption will follow and the money power of the country will endeavor to prolong its reign by working upon the prejudices of the people, until the wealth is aggregated in a few hands and the republic is destroyed."

This quote is not from Abraham Lincoln. It does not appear in any speech, letter, writing, etc and in fact didn't appear until over 20 years after his death[43][44].

Wall street has killed Main Street.

Shopping malls and the suburbs killed Main street.

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