Blaming Wall Street Is Wrong

by Anthony Wile
Published: Oct. 01, 2011 – The Daily Bell

The Blame Wall Street meme is back. A popular movement called Occupy Wall Street is attracting attention by protesting in and around the US financial district. In this editorial, I want to examine what the protest means in a larger context.

The impulse of the demonstration is surely correct insofar as it goes. Today’s monetary system is likely creating a kind of globalist society verging on feudalism. But are the fingers pointing in the right direction? I’m not so sure. We’ve written about this in the past, here:

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A Rothschild Plan for World Government

by Dr. K R Bolton
Published: Mar. 24, 2011 – Foreign Policy Journal

Crisis scenarios are the means by which dictators justify control. The most often cited example is Hitler’s “Enabling Act” in the wake of the Reichstag Fire. Another example is the “Patriot Act” in the aftermath of 9/11. Globalist organizations, behind the usual façade of the most idealistic intentions, such as the Club of Rome, have for decades warned of impending planetary doom unless a world control system of inaugurated. While many of the problems addressed by global control enthusiasts are real, attention is deflected away from the fact of those who are making the suggestions for extensive global controls to deal with problems also happen to be those who created the problems in the first place. These are the plutocrats who run a de facto globalist control system, whose aim is to turn it into a de jure system.

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