Saturday, July 23, 2016

Black Swan Event Part Three

A Black Swan event is something no one saw coming.  The more mainstream the calls for a military coup are voiced, the less likely we get that event.  Here is the LA Times calling for a military coup against a Trump Presidency.
Americans viewing the recent failed coup attempt in Turkey as some exotic foreign news story -- the latest, violent yet hardly unusual political development to occur in a region constantly beset by turmoil -- should pause to consider that the prospect of similar instability would not be unfathomable in this country if Donald Trump were to win the presidency.
The more it is demanded, the less it will happen.  On the other hand,  the protocols of the elders of neocon certainly called for a Black Swan event that indeed happened.
The passage suggested that the transformation of American armed forces through "new technologies and operational concepts" was likely to be a long one, "absent some catastrophic and catalyzing event – like a new Pearl Harbor."[45] Journalist John Pilger pointed to this passage when he argued that Bush administration had used the events of September 11 as an opportunity to capitalize on long-desired plans.[48]
Well, we got our New Pearl Harbor, 9-11.  Just in time for the floundering Bush Dynasty administration, and the warmongers who protect the welfare state.

Cut every dime of welfare:  cut not one dime of personal welfare until every dime of corporate welfare is cut.  Once every dime of corporate welfare is cut, there will be massive demand for workers to man the economic renaissance, and no one will need welfare.  The charities can handle the extreme cases.

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Anonymous said...

I agree that we should cut corporate welfare. This would greatly benefit State, local and federal government since it would increase the amount of able bodied workers on payrolls (W-2's) and therefore bring in more revenues to government.

John Wiley Spiers said...

Whoa! To an anarchist, your observation might cause me to repent of my suggestion... we'd have to be careful not to provide for that result!