Comment: I would say that change is inevitable.

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I would say that change is inevitable.

The only question is what kind of change. Obama was elected in my opinion to complete the revolution that was started by FDR in 1933. This is described in the book by Garet Garret "The People's Pottage" that is available for free download at mises.org.

http://library.mises.org/books/Garet%20Garrett/Peoples%20Pot...

Romney strikes me as a corporatist fascist who will continue implementing the plans of the oligarchy to destroy the sovereignty of the Nation States and the replacement of the Treaty of Westphalia with the UNSC Responsibility to Protect initiative of 2005.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/R2P

The only perceptible difference between the two is the degree of emphasis on national vs. international but I believe it is a cosmetic difference.

Whether the present global crisis has been engineered by the oligarchy to further their aims of world domination is moot. I lean towards the belief that it is. However I also believe that they have overstretched and are presently in a crisis management mode. Everything is not going as planned and they are desperate to complete before it blows up and they all face incarceration and trial for their crimes.

One possible source of opposition to them is the US military who have not been fully infiltrated and still retain a high degree of loyalty to the traditional American ideals and the Constitution. One scenario that could precipitate the arrest of the criminals in charge is the complete acceptance by the US military general staff of the 9/11 hypothesis that the attack was carried out by the Mossad with the cooperation of certain elements of the US Federal government. According to Pulitzer Prize winner Dr. Alan Sabrosky this is already happening:

http://www.davidicke.com/headlines/41830-ex-director-of-us-a...

I believe this is why the oligarchy have been building their private armies and security contractors both within and outside government control. I understand that many of the operatives in these firms are not American citizens and therefore owe no loyalty to the American people.

There are grounds for hope that the present global financial system that has been carefully constructed over the past several hundred years and which is at the centre of the globalists' plans for world domination will collapse completely outside of the oligarchy's ability to manage the collapse and that those who are still loyal to the Republic will prevail and be able to teach their fellow citizens why what is happening is happening. Those who have solutions to the problems facing the world will then take up positions of leadership and steer the world back onto a sane course of development.

"Jesus answered them: 'Truly, truly, I say to you, everyone who commits sin is a slave to sin. The slave does not remain in the house forever; the son remains forever. So if the Son sets you free, you will be free indeed.'" (John 8:34-36)