It’s “Worth Nuclear War” to Save the Dollar
by Dominique de Kevelioc de Bailleul
Aug 21, 2012
“Both parties are driven by the neoconservatives (“neocons”) who believe that American hegemony over the world is worth nuclear war to accomplish,” states former Asst. Secretary of Treasury and Reagonics architect Paul Craig Roberts in his latest blog post of Aug. 20.
In his post, titled, Amerika’s Future is Death, the 73-year-old former Washington elite-turned-willful-outcast warns readers of fantastic tales circulating American culture, which are meant to serve as an explanation for the economic and social chaos swirling violently within the U.S., including talk of secret Bilderberg meetings, covert plans for a New World Order, and accusations of a crazy cabal of neocons hellbent on sparking a full-blown WWIII.
The tale continues with an endgame scenario to secure complete U.S. hegemony with an attack upon Iran, completing a decades-long neocon plan to manhandle the freedom genie back into the bottle.
The only problem with such a tale, according to Roberts, is: it’s not a tale at all; it’s all real, very real. But most Americans are still blind or desensitized to reports of various government agencies procuring, in total, 1.4 billion rounds of ammunition; new Army manuals for “Civil Disturbance Operations” (in direct violation of Posse Comitatus); and acquisitions of ‘sound cannons’, full-body armor and laser equipment design to identify and classify human beings “from 164 feet away.”
Just as Hitler slowly and insidiously yanked liberties from German citizens for the good of the Third Reich during the 1930s, the elusive dream of world domination held through a handful of ‘power elites’ entail similar sacrifices of Americans—and the captured U.S. media (which Roberts refers to as “presstitutes”) will serve as the play-by-play moderator of the national dialogue during American decline into a high-tech 21st century controlled aristocracy of unfit “freaks,” as Trends Research Institutes’ Gerald Celente refers to the loosely defined cabal.