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Culture Wars: Perry on Bernanke

Perry on Bernanke: 'I dunno what y'all would do to him in Iowa but we would treat him pretty ugly down in Texas'

Texas Governor Rick Perry, who entered the presidential campaign on Saturday, appeared to suggest a violent response would be warranted should Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke "print more money" between now and the election. Speaking just now in Iowa, Perry said, "If this guy prints more money between now and the election, I dunno what y'all would do to him in Iowa but we would treat him pretty ugly down in Texas. Printing more money to play politics at this particular time in American history is almost treasonous in my opinion." Treason is a capital offense.


Culture Wars are common thru history in all societies, within societies as well as between societies. The most common are between progressives and traditionalists, or liberals and conservatives in the US context, within a society. However, in a multicultural society like America there are multiple culture wars going on at all times, between groups and within groups, which are not publicly discussed and acknowledged.

On the subject of debt, there is an undeniable culture war going on between Jews and non-Jews, in particular, white Christians. As an expert on the subject, I should know. On the side of Jews, economists are fighting the war and Bernanke is very much a part of it. On the side on white Christians, overwhelmingly, the cause has been taken up by the Tea Partiers and Rick Perry is trying to woo them. Perry is right about Bernanke being a traitor to the American People.

Please note that both Bernanke and Perry are Republicans and evildoer Bernanke was a gift of evildoer GW Bush, a former Texas Governor like Perry, to the American people. Evildoers are busy fanning culture wars, wittingly or unwittingly, whose ugly outcome lay in the future, when the debt pushers, led by Bernanke and Obama, lose the fight to postpone the depression. The cost of postponing the outright depression is growing exponentially.

Bernanke's appointment to the Fed in November of 2002 was the clearest signal about the future of the US economy and he is the most recognizable face of evil in America today. He has exercised dictatorial powers greater than anyone else in the world. Obama must be jealous. And the American People are impotent to prevent Bernanke from doing harm. For how long could this state of affairs last?


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