The fiscal cliff hoax: a ruse to rob us
By Nora Claypool
Contributing writer for End the Lie
Mainstream media is having a field day with the fiscal cliff threat, with its usual flourish of fear mongering on tax matters and all things budget related.
However, the voices of reason are resonating among some who deny any real financial dangers exist since the government is hiding trillions of dollars from us in the usual esoteric way they do business.
Enter Walter Burien and the Comprehensive Annual Financial (CAFR), a second set of books hidden from the public that fully discloses the massive amounts of liquidity governments at federal, state and local levels have squirreled away and carefully not mentioned to us.
These off-budget funds are composed of profits our government has made through investing our tax dollars in large corporations. The federal government owns 70 percent, in some cases, of the global corporations who suck huge profits out of the world economy and engage other nations in conflict for nefarious reasons, such as control of key resources.
Some ten years have passed since Walter Burien, an accountant in New Jersey, stumbled upon the CAFR while looking over the Budget and Finance reports of that state.
He discovered huge discrepancies connected with the N.J. Turnpike and other cash generating state owned projects which produced revenues that were not listed in the state budget as income.
There were $188 billion in liquid funds that were never disclosed to the public. What he effectively uncovered through gaining access to the CAFR was the huge swindle government has been perpetrating on us, taking our tax dollars and investing them for profits, and keeping those profits for themselves rather than using them fairly to increase services or reduce taxes.
Through multistate research, Burien discovered $60 trillion in composite totals, held among various levels of federal, state, county and city governments through a slew of enterprise ventures and investments.
Governments aren’t engaged or interested in a free market economy, they have created a market through manipulation, during a total press blackout of their activities. The government has grown exponentially by investing our tax dollars for their own gain.
Editor’s note: Doesn’t this sound a lot like how the bailouts worked? Public losses with private gains seems to be the name of the game these days.
The only significant job growth recently has been in government, while small businesses and family enterprises that have traditionally been the engine of the economy train are bankrupted and shuttered.
The IRS added thousands of new, armed agents including its own SWAT team. Why?
Knowledgeable people, aware of this obfuscation of wealth by our government are saying no to taxes.
Considering the amount of money our government has, and the fact that our tax dollars are used to bail out foreign governments via the machinations of the Federal Reserve banking cartel rather than to correct financial problems here where they should be utilized, it’s time to take a very critical look at what a democratic system of government really does.
This system makes you and me poor while it grows fat through extortion and back-room deals. Democratic government is not what our founding fathers set up; they intended us to be a republic.
We were a republic until the central bankers, who openly brag about having conquered us, deceived us and instituted the democratic mess we’re in. Communism is the next and final step, according to history, after toppling off the financial cliff as it were.
For more information on the CAFR and the government’s set of double books, go to Tax Retirement and Walter Burien’s YouTube channel.
What’s at stake is the ownership of every single hard asset in this country. Through ruses like eminent domain and environmental protection, the Federal government could wind up owning — and selling off for huge profits — everything you and I currently own.
If you compare the first major depressions in 1929 to the present depression, you’ll notice that there are major differences in the way the government handled things.
In the first depression, they stepped in to stop the foreclosure of farms, homes and businesses, allowing families to recover and hold on.
What changed? The Federal Reserve Act was passed shortly after the great depression. In this current contrived financial collapse, banks are not only allowed to steal millions of homes they have nothing invested in, but they essentially make the rules because they run our government.
They are calling the shots now, rather than the people who are robbed of half of their income through taxes. Taxes are completely unnecessary, not to mention unconstitutional, and the “fiscal cliff” is a ruse to squeeze more out of us, until we are all homeless, starving, beaten down and totally dependent on the government.
We’ve been led to believe our taxes are needed to run the government and pay for many essential services, but under close scrutiny that lie falls apart.
Our tax dollars go directly into the pockets of the Federal Reserve system, in the form of interest. The national debt is theirs, not ours.
Claiming that Social Security is broke, counties and cities insolvent and that tax hikes will ensure the stability of government are lies told by mainstream media for the obvious motive of keeping the financial raping of Americans going in perpetuity.
When the citizens of this country find out what the Federal Reserve system — half of the two-headed monster called government — has actually done with their tax money, it’s over.
All these years we’ve been donating part of our earnings in the hopes of retiring on it, but in retrospect it all looks like a huge robbery and swindle. What else have they lied about?
It’s time to stand up and take them on, before the crooks that run the place sell us to China, sitting on trillions in secret investment profits while trying to get control over every aspect of our lives.
There is no “fiscal cliff,” only greed and corruption, if we let it continue. We need to remember our roots as the free spirited people of the Republic of the United States of America, known for bravery and opposition to tyranny.
If we don’t return to that system, reject the lie that there’s a “fiscal cliff” and demand dissolution of the corrupt democratic system, we will fall. The hard rocks await us below.
Edited by Madison Ruppert
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