The Vegas Shooting – the “New World Order and Shit” and Other Dangerous Ideas

by Scott Creighton

UPDATE: see several updates at the end of this article


Years ago I wrote that when they decide to make that big leap from the slightly open society we have now to the totalitarian closed one we are destined for, one of the things they need to do is round up the dissidents in a very public manner so that not only are they out of the way, but so they will serve as an example of what happens to you when you think the wrong things.

You can see examples of this taking place right now in Egypt, Thailand and Ukraine. History is rife with examples. Look no farther than Indonesia when we installed Suharto or Chile after we installed Pinochet.

The most recent mass casualty event in the on-going American Gladio op took place in Vegas a few days ago. Two police officers and a woman shopping at WalMart tragically lost their lives. Was this simply a case of two bottom feeders going off? Was it part of a destabilization campaign designed to remake the country into something else? Was Cass Sunstein right about his “dangerous ideas” and the need to wipe them all off the interwebs or is someone helping him make his point as the new CISPA is about to be rolled out?

Let’s see.

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Cliven Bundy Hits the Cracker Trifecta! Says it’s MLK’s Fault if “those people” are Offended When He Calls them “black boy”

by Scott Creighton

Leave it to CNN to take a few minutes off of their non-stop Flight 370 Easter Egg hunt to hop on the race-baiting bandwagon with Nevada’s most well known welfare queen, Cliven Bundy.

In today’s installment of the How Deep Will He Dig? reality show, Mr. Bundy appeared on a live chat on CNN where he posited the proposition that if African Americans (“those people” as described by Bundy) don’t like being called “black boy”… it’s Martin Luther King’s fault.


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What a Shocker! Cliven “welfare queen” Bundy is a Raging Racist (video)

by Scott Creighton

According to Cliven Bundy, “the negro” was happier as a slave than they are now because now they haven’t even learned to “pick cotton” and thus they just sit around on the porch doing nothing.

“I want to tell you one more thing I know about the Negro,” he said. Mr. Bundy recalled driving past a public-housing project in North Las Vegas, “and in front of that government house the door was usually open and the older people and the kids — and there is always at least a half a dozen people sitting on the porch — they didn’t have nothing to do. They didn’t have nothing for their kids to do. They didn’t have nothing for their young girls to do.

“And because they were basically on government subsidy, so now what do they do?” he asked. “They abort their young children, they put their young men in jail, because they never learned how to pick cotton. And I’ve often wondered, are they better off as slaves, picking cotton and having a family life and doing things, or are they better off under government subsidy? They didn’t get no more freedom. They got less freedom.” New York Times

After the sh*t hit the fan, Bundy went on the Peter Schiff show to dig the hole a little deeper:

“I’m wondering: Are they (“the negro”) happier now under this government subsidy system than they were when they were when they were slaves and they was able to their family structure together and the chickens and the garden and the people have something to do.” Cliven “welfare queen” Bundy

Mr. Bundy wonders aloud if “the negro” was better off under slavery, having a family and some chicken and “something to do”, or are they better off under “government subsidy”? “Something to do”? Like what? Getting beaten and picking cotton? Holy sh*t…


Perhaps someone should tell the Bundy character that welfare as we knew it was killed by the last fake “leftie” president and that the only one living “under government subsidy” in Nevada … is Cliven Bundy who’s been feeding his kids at the government trough for the past 20 years without paying his fair share for the use of public lands.

Bundy owes the government (US!) over a million dollars in back fees for the use of our land to make his money. Do you know of a single “welfare queen” that has cost the taxpayers a million bucks?!

As far as I can tell, the only “welfare queen” I can see near that ranch… is Cliven Bundy.

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Privatization – The Neoliberal Agenda Behind the Bundy Psyop as Called for by Ron Paul

by Scott Creighton

UPDATE: for a better understanding of global neoliberalism (globalization) try this:

Arundhati Roy’s trenchant analysis of the destructive impact of global neoliberalism on India is available directly from Truthout by clicking here. Capitalism: A Ghost Story is a passionate, detailed journey through the injustices of systemic inequality.”


The invisible hand comes into focus in order to steal from the many in favor of the few. a.k.a. “LIBERTY!”

Over at Di$info Jone$’ site, the ideological poison that is libertarianism is on full display with Ron Paul giving voice to a main aspect of the neoliberal agenda we are currently forcing on other nations like Ukraine, to site just one: privatization.

“In a state like Nevada, where 84 percent of the land is owned by the federal government, these types of conflicts are inevitable. Government ownership of land means that land is in theory owned by everyone, but in practice owned by no one…

… By contrast, if the Nevada land in question was privately owned, the dispute over whether to allow the ranchers to continue to use the land would have likely been resolved without sending in federal armed agents to remove the Bundys’ cattle from the land. This is one more reason why the federal government should rid itself of all federal land holdings. Selling federal lands would also help reduce the federal deficit.” Ron Paul

Libertarianism is simply a more politically correct term for neoliberalism, the economic ideology of folks like Bill Clinton, Milton Friedman, George H. W. Bush, Maggie Thatcher, Augusto Pinochet and a slew of other IMF/World Bank zealots. It is the economic aspect of globalization, the financial theory of choice of the globalists.

Neoliberalism is a label for economic liberalism whose advocates support economic liberalizations, free trade and open markets, privatization, deregulation, and enhancing the role of the private sector in modern society… When the term was reintroduced in the 1980s in connection with Augusto Pinochet’s economic reforms in Chile, the usage of the term had shifted. It had not only become a term with negative connotations employed principally by critics of market reform, but it also had shifted in meaning from a moderate form of liberalism to a more radical and laissez-faire capitalist set of ideas. Scholars now tended to associate it with the theories of economists Friedrich Hayek and Milton Friedman

What a shock: Ron Paul calling for the Augusto Pinochet solution to fix the manufactured crisis of the American economy.

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