Selling America Out! Part 1
David J. Smith, Editor
In 1954, the United Nations published a map of which countries would occupy other countries to guarantee world peace. In 1897, the Illuminati laid down an updated version of their plan for world government.
In that 1897 plan, they wrote that they would bring all the nations together under their banner. In those 1897 meetings, it was decided that when they were about to come into their kingdom, they would create monopolies in the market place. How do all these things fit in with exactly what is happening in America and now spilled over to every stock market in the world?
Starting in the 1990s, the Illuminati, worshippers of Lucifer/Satan, began to create mergers of multinational corporations. It became difficult to tell one country from another.
Outsourcing of jobs started, so the Marxist plan to eliminate the middle class in America could be achieved!
After World War II, the European Economic Community was created. Six countries were to cooperate in trade by having a single trade program. They wrote and passed laws that slowly took away their national sovereignty. As the years went by, more countries were added to the EEC. Finally, the name was changed to the European Union, because they were becoming ONE in politics and the military, as well as the economic process. The trade agreements were only a "front" to create a United States of Europe. The European Union would only be one of ten future such agreements.
The Warsaw Block of Communist countries were to be another. The Southeast Asia Treaty Organization was to be another. Israel and Japan would be two stand alone countries. The African Union would become another. The Organization of South American states would become yet another. The North American Union composed of Mexico, the United States, and Canada would become yet another. Two others are to emerge.
The only way to bring America down and force it into world government is to destroy its economic base.
The so-called bailout plan would only bailout foreign creditors, not the U.S. citizens.