The Importance of October 17
October 16, 2013
The Common Sense Show
The internet chatter which states that Obama is going to get Congress to impose a 1% transaction tax is going viral on the internet. When this news arrives in your email box, delete this erroneous email the same as you would any other spam. The email would have you believe that while you were sleeping, the government planned to introduce a 1% transaction tax which would taxed every single transaction in the United States from direct deposit to ATM withdrawals to social security payments. The bill, labeled HR 4646 did indeed propose to impose this requirement upon all financial transactions in the United States. The fact of the matter is that this bill was proposed in 2010 and it died in committee without ever being voted on. This concept was resurrected in 2011 and it, too, died in committee without ever being voted on.
It is likely that this internet urban legend was planted to take attention away from what is really going on and divert America’s attention away from some very real potential dates with disaster. Again, I repeat that the administration’s intent to impose a 1% at this time, is not true! However, what is true is the fact that there is much more financial tyranny being planned for the American people that is largely flying under the radar.
The Significance of October 16
October 17 is the first date we need to be concerned about with regard to the potential for a false flag.
Up until now, October 16th, the government “shutdown” has only been an exercise in imposing as much emotional pain on the American people from the shutting down of the national parks to the closing of the war memorials to the beta test of shutting off EBT cards from welfare recipients in their attempts to purchase of food.
I think it is very likely that the EBT card fiasco was a mini-false flag event designed to test the theory that “Obama phone” crowd would riot on the third day without access to government supplied food. Based upon the results of the volatility of the crowds on day one, the DHS received their answer. Subsequently, I view the EBT care fiasco as a designed test. However, what looms tomorrow, the October 17th deadline deadline for reaching a consensus on a federal budget or the government is risking imminent default on the government’s loans.