Friday, 20 April 2012

Cultural revolution- bankster style

Imagine, if you will, a world that is run by and for banksters:
Oh, it's real, BTW, and it only in the gestation period. It will get worse.

[when this happens, it's too late]

I think it's clear that one day, about 5 years ago,
we woke up to a new reality
that has only much later come to kick us in the butt.
This is because it has been happening behind closed doors,
between oligarchs, who come out of meetings
preaching the new religion of Austerity, or Austeria.

Each cultural revolution is, much later,
when it's safe for academics to come out of their offices,
described so that people the world over can go
"wow, he's smart" , regardless of the fact that intelligent and monied
people have been largely absent from this battle
because they're scared sh*tless of the Vampire Squid.
So, in a revolutionary act,
I've decided to describe this revolution as it is happening,
and using the future tense for many things which are bound to happen anyway.

In short, here are the new terms which you will be taught in History classes of the future:
Great Derivative Leap into the Void
CDS Battle
Easy Street Clause
GotoWar, or You're a Fag Policy
Bankster Orthodoxy
Sword Mightier than Pen Revanche
Bankster Protection Force
Oligarch Personality Cult
Sub-prime Mortgage Putsch
We Hate Skateboarders Philosophy
Who Needs a Government Movement

[End up like him. Testify!]

Characteristics of the Bankster Revolution
-the cancellation of all market risk (Great Derivative Leap into the Void)
- when the GDLV goes tits up, go crying to the government
-threaten to destroy the world economy if you don't get loans, and fast
-get countries to lend us money until they go bankrupt
-once they show signs of economic weakness, start the CDS Battle
-get government money at -1% interest, and lend money to a government at 6% (Easy Street Clause)
-remove socialist, traditional and cultural elements from world society,
-send bourgeois elements into the government and society at large, aiming to restore Banksterism,
not seen since the 1913-1929 period
-impose Bankster Orthodoxy
-Banksters return to a position of absolute power

-pay off or scare the media into submission (GotoWar, or You're a Fag Policy)
-paralyze each country and significantly affect those countries economically and socially
-people will make do with less, or die (Austeria)
-revisionist journalists must be removed through violent class struggle, if they tell the truth (Sword Mightier than Pen Revanche)
-continue to undermine public services until the poor sell their organs to pay for private health/education
-spread unemployment into the urban workers, nurses and janitors.
-expand military bases, overseas and the prison gulag complex at home (Cradle to Grave Hell)
-Millions of people are to be persecuted violently by the Bankster Protection Force (formerly the Police & Army)
-a mass purge of senior officials who will all be accused of deviating from the Banksterist path
-Oligarch Personality Cult is to be grown through CNN, Al Jazeera and Fox News
-large segment of the population to be forcibly displaced
into their cars, or into tents in the outskirts
(Sub-prime Mortgage Putsch)
-transfer of urban youth to rural regions (We Hate Skateboarders Philosophy)
-historical relics and artifacts to be destroyed, like the Palace of Westminster, Congress, etc (Who Needs a Government Movement)

Linguistic revolutions, from zerohedge

new words:
MUPPET - (def) a manipulated fool

Did you know AIG's Squidname was Open Sesame?

Did you know that Ben Bernanke's Squidname is Big Bird?

Did you know that Grover is a founder of the OWS Movement?
-of course, he lives in a garbage can

Did you know that Kermit is the Squidname for the Squid Exorcist Reggie Middleton?

IshitUnot:  Wikipedia entry- cultural revolution
The Great Proletarian Cultural Revolution, commonly known as the Cultural Revolution (Chinese: 文化大革命; pinyin: Wénhuà Dàgémìng), was a social-political movement that took place in the People's Republic of China from 1966 through 1976. Set into motion by Mao Zedong, then Chairman of the Communist Party of China, its stated goal was to enforce socialism in the country by removing capitalist, traditional and cultural elements from Chinese society, and to impose Maoist orthodoxy within the Party. The revolution marked the return of Mao Zedong to a position of absolute power after the failed Great Leap Forward. The movement politically paralyzed the country and significantly affected the country economically and socially.

The Revolution was launched in May 1966. Mao alleged that bourgeois elements were entering the government and society at large, aiming to restore capitalism. He insisted that these "revisionists" be removed through violent class struggle. China's youth responded to Mao's appeal by forming Red Guard groups around the country. The movement spread into the military, urban workers, and the Communist Party leadership itself. It resulted in widespread factional struggles in all walks of life. In the top leadership, it led to a mass purge of senior officials who were accused of deviating from the socialist path, most notably Liu Shaoqi and Deng Xiaoping. During the same period Mao's personality cult grew to immense proportions.
Millions of people were persecuted in the violent factional struggles that ensued across the country, and suffered a wide range of abuses including torture, rape, imprisonment, sustained harassment, and seizure of property. A large segment of the population was forcibly displaced, most notably the transfer of urban youth to rural regions during the Down to the Countryside Movement. Historical relics and artifacts were destroyed. Cultural and religious sites were ransacked.
Mao officially declared the Cultural Revolution to have ended in 1969, but its active phase lasted until the death of the military leader Lin Biao in 1971. The political instability between 1971 and the arrest of the Gang of Four in 1976 is now also widely regarded as part of the Revolution. After Mao's death in 1976, reformers led by Deng Xiaoping gained prominence. Most of the Maoist reforms associated with the Cultural Revolution were abandoned by 1978. The Cultural Revolution has been treated officially as a negative phenomenon ever since.