August 23, 2011
"It's well enough that people of the nation do not understand our banking and monetary system for if they did, I believe there would be a revolution before tomorrow morning," automaker Henry Ford once said. The banksters could care less if the people revolt. They can revolt all they want because unless the revolution has the support of powerful financiers the revolutionaries' chances of success are slim, and even if they do succeed in taking power without the banksters' help, they will surely need the banksters' help if they expect to stay in power.
As for the other two countries on Ross's list: Iran and Sudan, in July of this year Southern Sudan split away from the North and formed a new government and banking system. The West has since dropped sanctions against the southern country and South Sudanese banks are doing booming business with Western banks. It doesn't hurt that 75 percent of all Sudan's oil reserves are in the south either. As for Iran, the populist uprising in 2009 was unsuccessful at unseating the current government, but rest assured that the banksters showdown with Iran is in the offing.
-(Article written by LOA thug journalist Nicky Vecki)