This is page twenty-four of my discussion on the Alex Jones film The Obama Deception. If you were linked here by mistake, please refer to page one of this article, which contains the introduction.
Yes, there have been differences between America and Europe. No doubt, there will be differences in the future. But the burdens of global citizenship continue to bind us together. A change of leadership in Washington will not lift this burden. In this new century, Americans and Europeans alike will be required to do more, not less. Partnership and cooperation among nations is not a choice. It is the only way.
Partnership and cooperation, he must be referring to the New World Order! Or perhaps he's talking about better regulations on investments and spending[431b].
We've gotta give them a stake in creating the kind of uh...world order that I think all of us would like to see.
This was also at the beginning of the film, and I said this about it:
Any time a politician says "world order" it's obviously a part of the grand conspiracy. They can cover up 9/11, but they can't keep their candidates from using those words and telling everyone of their grand plans. It's fairly obvious from the full video that he's talking about a "world order" of peace where American national security isn't in question, as the whole context was about investing in education and healthcare in the third world.
Regardless of any context, Alex Jones takes "New World Order" to mean the delusional plan he thinks has existed for at least a century and yet has to take effect at all.
In truth, Obama is not simply continuing George W. Bush's policies. He is radically expanding them.
So introducing health care reform is the same as doing nothing? Removing soldiers from Iraq is the same as adding them?
I thank President Bush for his service to our nation.
I sure don't, but I know that Obama is being respectful and from his campaign it seems he doesn't mean that, but we've got 3.5 more years left to find out. That's right, because as of writing this, we were a mere 6 months into a 4 year presidency, and yet Alex Jones is acting like he's already starting on his second term.
This film has documented the painful fact that Barack Obama's agenda is the complete opposite of what he has claimed it to be. Now, we will reveal what Barack Obama and his controllers' true agenda is.
Number one: Bring the United States under the complete regulatory control of a private, offshore superbank known as the Bank of the World.
My debunking has documented the painful fact that while Obama has indeed flip-flopped on various issues, almost everything Alex Jones has said (and pretty much everything Webster Tarpley and Gerald Celente stated) was either misinterpreted, spun, or an outright lie. If that's his true agenda, the opposite seems to be happening, as Europe and other nations actually want less to do with America and America's economy. There is no "offshore superbank", "Bank of the World" it's total bullshit that Alex Jones has made up from suggestions by journalists.
More than a hundred new taxes are now being developed under the umbrella of curbing greenhouse gases. The new taxes will be paid directly to the private bank consortium. At the producer level, taxes will be paid on farm animals' flatulence. At the consumer level, there will be carbon taxes on all forms of meat: beef, poultry, pork and fish. All cars will be fitted with satellite tracking boxes that will tax driving by the mile. And an added tax will be placed on all fossil fuels including motor oil and natural gas. All plastic products will have a carbon tax added. Outdoor space heaters and fireplaces are to be taxed. All electricity produced by coal-powered plants, will be taxed. Under the cap-and-trade system, citizens will be forced to pay taxes on thousands of products to private cap-and-trade services owned by Al Gore and other elitists. There will be taxes on light bulbs, water, trash pickup, air travel, train travel. Bus, ship, medicine, steel production, mining, clothing, laundry, asphalt, are just a few of the new taxes to be levied.
Not really. These are all suggestions from bloggers, politicians, and others - as usual Alex Jones believes opinions are facts in action. While some states (only California as of now) and cities (about three) in the US do have carbon tax laws, nearly every State has no carbon tax laws, and the Federal government has no laws and none in work. Some have been suggested, but none are about to be passed (as of writing this).
As one could imagine the articles on the screen hardly reflect what's actually being said by Alex. For instance the article referring to the "satellite tracking device" actually says nothing at all like that. The article was written about a statement made by Ray LaHood, in which he said, "We should look at the vehicular miles program where people are actually clocked on the number of miles that they traveled." And yes, that's all he said, it was a suggestion to "look into it", not that they're going to build a system to track people. Alex Jones pulled another "Alex Jones"
I don't understand why Alex Jones thinks an article from the BBC referring to the EU Parliament banning patio heaters refers to something happening in America. Did he forget where he lives?
Alex Jones believes suggestions by individuals reflect laws in the government.
He also seems to think private carbon credits are the same thing as cap-and-trade.
But to truly transform our economy, to protect our security and save our planet from the ravages of climate change, we need to ultimately make clean, renewable energy. The profitable kind of energy. So I ask this Congress to send me legislation that places a market-based cap on carbon pollution and drives the production of more renewable energy in America. That's what we need.
Cap-and-trade is not a tax, because it's not fixed or required based on one's output, and creates incentive to pollute less by requiring over a certain amount of pollution be bought from another corporation that pollutes less. Whether or not you believe this is better or worse than a carbon tax, I think it beats the hell out of Milton Friedman's suggestion of paying someone not to pollute.