Paul Craig Roberts, Assistant Secretary of the Treasury in the Reagan Administration, should know a little about government and how it creates money. On Tuesday he came out with a bombshell of an article -- one of those tales that sends shivers down your spine as you think about the ramifications and consequences of his words. Like his predecessor, "[t]he Obama regime has made war the business of America.", and it's costing us plenty. How much is plenty? Well, let's just say we're down to our last trillion and some change.
As Mr. Roberts opines, "[a]ny necessary reason for the war has to do with the enrichment of narrow private interests and with undeclared agendas." Who are those "private interests", you might ask, and what are their "undeclared agendas"? Well, the first part is easy. Yes, you guessed it! -- the unscrupulous international banking syndicate, most likely, along with several fronts of the MNC gang. And their agenda? That's a tricky question because, other than profit, what else could be driving this unquenchable machine? How much is enough? What else is there? Is the behavior exhibited by the largest corporations not unlike the path that a cancerous growth takes, killing its host-body until it eventually will succumb itself? You tell me because I'm not sure. I can't understand the lunacy and irrationality.
Is this what happens when sociopathic...no, psychopathic, behavior rules?
If you're still not convinced corporations rule and own your very soul, read the following article from OpEdNews.com.