Thursday, May 9, 2013

Business as Usual

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by Morley Evans

Dear Riaz,

I think the USA and its vassals, like Canada, are doomed. The targets today are Muslims. The target after WW II were Communists. The target after the Roaring 20s were Germans, Italians and Japanese. The target before WW I were Germans and Austrians. The target before them were Spaniards. The target before Spain was Mexico. The target before the Mexicans were Indians. The target before Indians were blacks. The target before blacks were the British and Canadians. The target before the British were the French. Some of these enemies overlap. Sometimes friends become enemies and then they become friends again. The British, French, Japanese, Chinese, Germans, Arabs, Canadians and Russians all fall into this mix. Blacks are almost always the enemy. Muslims are the perennial standby enemy. The very first thing the United States did after the Treaty of Paris was signed in 1783 was to declare war on the Barbary Pirates. The reason was to provide Congress with an excuse to raise taxes to pay for a navy which an important country like the United States of America had to have. So don't take any of this personally. Washington does not hate you in particular or Muslims in general. Washington does not hate Islam. Hate is just business as usual. So don't worry about it.

Here's a complete history of the United States:

Here's why the US empire is doomed for sure and without doubt:

When the dollar is no longer the world reserve currency, the USA will become a Third World country overnight because no one will accept the paper promises printed by the billions every day by the Federal Reserve System — would anyone accept the money you printed in your basement every night to pay for everything you want to buy? I am taking steps to see how my family and I can survive. The dollar melt-down, if it happens, will make the Great Depression look like a walk in the park for people tied to the US dollar. While I agree with everything in the video above, Stansberry Research, itself, may be bogus. Its suggestions do look worthwhile in any case.

- Morley

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