Tonight, 22 Apr 2014, I was up late and read some financial analysis prior to going to bed.
I was thinking how annoying it is to keep hearing others repeat the stupid notions that they need better leaders in government and finance policy making…
Institutional Crime: Fraud, Murder, and Theft with Impunity
Criminals are in charge, this is a global racket where a regional group maintains control with threats and operates with impunity for fraud, theft, and murder within the meme of institutional “Authority“.
My annoyance instantly conjured up images from the (1974?) Charles Bronson “Death Wish” Vigilante Movie.
(It has been a long time since I have thought about Charles Bronson, so my recollection down memory lane may be in error but hopefully I have the general movie themes correct.)
I did not care for the movie (series) when produced, but my brother LOVED the Death Wish movies and I watched along with him.
Charles Bronson played the leading role as Paul Kersey, a widower, that pledged to avenge the murder of his wife by capturing the criminals (and Mafia) that raped and killed his wife. However the police was less than useful (possibly bought and paid for by the criminal ring?) in this criminal case.
Before retiring to bed I thought about a Vigilante character carrying out justice today on the current fake “leaders” in institutions (elite officials in governments & banks).
Imagine this Dialogue:
Jack Toby: We gotta let the cops handle this, Dad.
Paul Kersey: Yeah? Well, what if the cops can’t handle this?
Sam Kreutzer: You know, decent people are going to have to work here and live somewhere else.
Paul Kersey: By “decent people,” you mean people who can afford to live somewhere else?
Sam Kreutzer: Oh Christ, you are such a bleeding-heart liberal, Paul.
Paul Kersey: My heart bleeds a little for the underprivileged, yes.
Sam Kreutzer: The underprivileged are beating our damned brains out. You know what I say? Stick them in concentration camps, that’s what I say.
Paul Kersey: Any chance of catching these elite criminals?
Lt. Briggs: There’s a chance, sure.
Paul Kersey: Just a chance?
Lt. Briggs: I’d be less than honest if I gave you more hope, Mr. Kersey. In the capitol, that’s the way it is.
Paul Kersey: Nothing to do but cut and run, huh? What else?
What about the old American social custom of self-defense? If the police don’t defend us, maybe we ought to do it ourselves.
Jack Toby: We’re not pioneers anymore, Dad.
Paul Kersey: What are we, Jack?
Jack Toby: What do you mean?
Paul Kersey: I mean, if we’re not pioneers, what have we become? What do you call people who, when they’re faced with a condition of terror or fear, do nothing about it, they just run and hide?
Jack Toby: Civilized?
Paul Kersey: No.
Paul Kersey: Do you believe in Jesus?
[Elite Official/Politician/Central banker] Stomper: Yes I do.
Paul Kersey: Well, you’re gonna meet him.
(Kersey then kills Stomper with his Beretta Cheetah pistol)
PS: Odd that a Supreme Justice official, Judge Scalia, is lecturing in public that the people may have to revolt against taxation.
Scalia to Students on Taxes: At a Certain Point, Perhaps You Should Revolt!