Robert Thomas Raming is back with Chuck Harder on the ?For the People? show. Raming (UniteAmericaNow.org) is a frequent guest and always has some thought provoking things to share. This show is no different. Chuck begins by saying that England now reports that they have identified 400,000 Muslims living in the U.K. who are sympathetic to the Jihad. Chuck asks Raming what are the British going to do under that threat. And Raming replies that he doesn?t think that the Muslims in Britain are any real threat. Instead he believes that England, along with the U.S. and other major countries, use such things as that report (or the ?so-called threat of Avian Flu?) to incite fear among their people and that it is through that fear that they control their people. As far as the war goes-or any war- it is encouraged because bankers make money when there is a war.
Raming then talks about the fact that from 1932-1935 five million Ukrainian farmers were starved to death through Joseph Stalin?s policy of collectivization. Raming says that it was done to break the spirit and the lives of the Ukrainians. He likens that horror to what is coming down the pike here in America- the NAIS (the National Animal Identification System). He contends that it is the first step to doing away with the small farmers (just as small manufacturing companies have been done away with) so the global elitists can take over. Raming has written a book titled ?The War and Death of the American Dream? which you can own by clicking here. To listen to this provocative podcast, click here.
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