consultants are sandburs

Thursday, April 06, 2017

One hundred years ago to the day, the United States entered the Great War. Woodrow Wilson was who he was; and Smedley Butler years later explained a few things.

Butler, this websearch. Text online; no need to enrich - Jeff Bezos.

ZeroHedge. Agree or disagree?

ZeroHedge. Agree or disagree?

Rothschild Archive. Agree or disagree?

Wikipedia entry: Balfour Declaration.

An extensive document repository, admittedly not studied before publication of this post. Search it as far as your personal will suggests fitting.

Here. Speculations, or facts?


War debts.

The Woodrow Wilson Presidential Library and Museum.

More links are possible. The truth is I was not there, and having no personal knowledge of the times and events, nor positioned where an insider view would have been mine if there, I shall let the celebration of war as policy end in this paragraph. Not much to celebrate, eh?

From a Minnesota perspective, by one less than a flaming leftist, Doug Tice, here. In times of imposed stress evil people do evil in the name of patriotism; and when Sinclair Lewis said, "When Fascism comes to America it will be carrying a bible and waving a flag," he was correct, that IS how it happened.

How it is happening, and how it will worsen. If the Bush family and the Clinton family have any diffenence, it solely would be gender balance within the latter. By numbers if not by any other measure. Have a Bannon day.

The parting viewpoint: Woodrow Wilson and his clan of enforcers gave "progessivism" a very bad name, mirroring who they were, and Bernie's term Democratic Socialism is far better for what today is opposed to the likes of the Podesta brothers and the Clintons as jackals of the GOP, money chasers and little else, dressed as otherwise. Throw in a bit of Biden and his butler; and it stinks more. DWS does zippo to lessen the stench. In fact, . . .

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