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Wall Street banks have achieved regulatory capture, and as a result, they can make and break the rules at will. I believe this represents anarchy masquerading as government. Therefore, the "monopolistic State" you refer to is Wall Street and the multinationals they finance. Here's a short video clip about Wall Street's regulatory capture. The next clip is Senator Brown citing a Congressional Budget Office report saying it will cost taxpayers 8.6 Trillion to prop up failing banks.

You said "most Americans [falsely] believe they are prosperous and free". Johann von Goethe said: "None are more hopelessly enslaved than those who falsely believe they are free." This is the state of most Americans who don't recognize that Wall Street's anarchical business and political practices have bankrupted our nation, which manifests itself in two ways. 1)Via Wall Street's lobbyists on the right, financial sector debt is being forced on taxpayers. 2) Via Wall Street's lobbyists on the left, unwitting citizens are continually encouraged to demand rights (economic entitlements) not defined by the Bill of Rights.

If this trend doesn't change the result will be a bankrupt government. This bankruptcy will be used as an excuse to demilitarize America while Communist China continues its military buildup. Wall Street and the multinationals it finances, have partnered up with China's Communist Party as a means to crush representative gov't in America. They've chosen China's totalitarian regime to be the new host of a Globalized Military Industrial Complex. Here's a few short clips about China's military buildup and the arming of its client states, Iran and North Korea. The last clip demonstrates that "free" trade is selling out America and making it possible for Chinese gov't ownership of U.S. assets.

For more info on Wall Street's treasonous partnership with Communist China, go to: (Rand Paul: One person can make a difference) (Fast and Furious hearing)