The Financial Coup d’Etat

The Economic Elite vs. the People of the United States of America: Part IV

by David DeGraw / February 22nd, 2010

Although
most of the Economic Elite live and operate inside the US, they are not
concerned for our future. To them, the entire world is theirs and they
work intimately with other elites throughout the world against the
interests of the US public. Ever since the days of Henry Ford, the
Economic Elite have needed a thriving US middle class to increase
growth and profits, but now, in the global economy, they view the US
middle class as obsolete. They increasingly look globally for profits
and they would rather pay cheap labor in countries like China and
India. On top of the millions of jobs they have already shipped
overseas to increase profits at our expense, they are planning to ship
an additional 25% of current US jobs overseas as well.

They now see us as the biggest obstacle to their continued
consolidation of wealth and resources. This is why they have stepped up
their attack on us.

If you want further proof of this, all one needs to do is study the
Wall Street bailout. The entire bailout is strategically designed to
eliminate the US middle class. Every time you hear the word “bailout,”
you should think “coup d’état.” Here is the definition of coup d’état:

A coup d’état or coup for short, is the sudden
unconstitutional deposition of a government, usually by a small group
of the existing state establishment… to replace the deposed government
with another…. A coup d’état succeeds when the usurpers establish their
legitimacy if the attacked government fail to thwart them, by allowing
their (strategic, tactical, political) consolidation and then receiving
the deposed government’s surrender; or the acquiescence of the populace
and the non-participant military forces.

Typically, a coup d’état uses the extant government’s power to
assume political control of the country. In Coup d’État: A Practical
Handbook, military historian Edward Luttwak says: ‘A coup consists of
the infiltration of a small, but critical, segment of the state
apparatus, which is then used to displace the government from its
control of the remainder’, thus, armed force (either military or
paramilitary) is not a defining feature of a coup d’état.                   More…………………..

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