"The Destruction of the Rule of Law" according to Ratigan, Black and DeGraw
Our lead story discusses the interview between Dylan Ratigan, attorney Bill Black and David DeGraw, one of the founders of the Occupy Wall Street movement. A video clip of the interview is available on DeGraw's AmpedStatus website entitled, in part, "The Destruction of the Rule of Law."
This seems to be an expanding promotion within the Occupy Wall Street movement as Julian Assange – someone else we believe may be part of this apparent unfolding of directed history – went out of his way to mention the same thing in his speech in London over the weekend.
This emphasis on the "rule of law" (ludicrous as it sounds to us) is a part of a larger meme in our view – a "transparency meme" that we have written about numerous times now and which is vehemently operative in such countries as India. There is even a Transparency International organization founded by a former World Bank executive. Ellen Brown, who emphatically promotes central banking, is a member of Transparency International.
Our article "Elite Control of OWS Protests Increasingly Obvious?" presents the point of view that promoting American "justice" as an antidote to Wall Street "lawlessness" is just another kind of sub-dominant elite social theme. At this point in America's decline there is hardly such a thing as US justice and DeGraw's dogged intention to inflict it upon Wall Street brings up serious questions about the movement as a whole in our view.
What about the serial wars in which America is engaged, the endless money manipulations of central banks, the culpability of Washington, DC? None of this seems to matter. The train is leaving the station. Wall Street will be made to be the single biggest culprit of the 2008 global economic meltdown – which is a ludicrous assessment in our view and one fraught with difficulties and danger.
But don't take our word for it. See for yourself ...
(Video linked from YouTube channel: Skamna)
Posted by Pete 8 on 10/19/11 05:14 PM
Quiet on this page - I didnt watch the vid either. :)
Posted by spekulatn on 10/19/11 09:50 PM
"The worst thing about Occupy Wall Street is that it's ruining a good cause: hating Wall Street. Just when opposing Wall Street was gaining momentum, these brain-dead zombies are forcing us to choose between thieving bankers and them.
If the Flea Party were really concerned about the greedy "Wall Street 1 Percent," shifting money around to make themselves richer and everyone else poorer, their No. 1 target should be George Soros."
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Posted by goldandsilverbug on 10/19/11 09:54 PM
How about picketing and protesting in front of the White House and The Federal Reserve. The real issues start there.
Posted by rossbcan on 10/20/11 06:53 PM
DB: "This emphasis on the "rule of law" (ludicrous as it sounds to us)"
you baffle me. You believe in the non-initiate aggression principle. This is a philosophical statement, which IMHO lies at the heart of peace and civilization. It is also a "rule of law", because virtually every law "they" write is sold under the pretext of harm mitigation (to the marks). Even the Nazis "sold" their "final solution" under the pretext that Jews were harming Germany, stealing all the good jobs and were basically "subhuman". So, a "rule of law" was written to deal with this "problem". Nazi judges were hanged for this.
And now, we see faux arguments that Wall Street (a pawn, scapegoat, just as Jews) is guilty of the same "crimes", as the Jews, even though they were following (twisted interpretations, admittedly) regulation and law, with lawyers "protecting" (as in "racket") them every step of the way. Not a peep that "the law" is culpable.
So, why not take advantage of their "rule of law" meme and prove that they are in violation of their own "rule of law", as articulated below?:
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Once again, the "rule of law" is the line in the sand between civilized and barbarian. It is NOT a monopoly to be enforced by some, against the rest. Violations are a collective survival threat and call to action, to deal with the perps, even if they occupy the bench. Tar and feathers are impartial, works for any criminal. We already "know them by what they do".