Thursday, July 16, 2015

ABC’s of Armageddon Part II: The Holocaust of Working People

There has been a worldwide holocaust of working people perpetrated by the ABC’s of Armageddon.  The anti-democratic governments that came to power by hook or by crook in America, Britain and Canada have annihilated working people not only in their own countries but in countries they invaded on the pretext of promoting democracy.

These “Christian” nations have invaded countries, removed their elected leaders, destroyed their social programs, stolen their mineral wealth, emptied their pension funds and condemned them to death in the gas chambers of poverty and hunger in the barren wastelands left behind or what Pope Francis referred to as “an immense pile of filth.”

The Iran nuke deal is panning out to be a windfall for the banking cartels that control the ABC’s of Armageddon.  Time Magazine refers to the Iran Nuke deal, as a Gold Mine for U.S. and International Businesses:  


 U.S. and International Businesses Eye an Iranian ‘Gold Mine’ After Nuclear Deal

Even before the crowds on Tehran’s streets staggered home on Tuesday night from partying to celebrate the nuclear deal, Iranians and Americans were both assessing the mammoth new potential for business in the country….  Iran has around $150 billion frozen in international banks, which when sanctions are lifted will begin filtering into the domestic and international economy….

In recent months, as the nuclear talks began to seem like they might succeed, American and European executives have rushed to Tehran to meet business people and to try position themselves to open operations there once sanctions end…..

“We’ve seen a lot of venture capital companies come from the U.S.”

At this point, almost every sector is rich pickings for Western business.

Yes, Iran is rich for pickings for Western businesses and “vulture” capital companies especially for the military industrial complex and banking cartels who are enriched from human suffering. 

Iran is also planning to upgrade its airplanes after decades. Since sanctions shut out the two dominant airplane manufacturers, the U.S.’s Boeing and Europe’s Airbus…

Last year Iran Air CEO Farhad Parvaresh told Reuters that it urgently needed about 100 new planes, and would buy them from China or Russia if Western sanctions did not end soon….

…the energy executive, says he expects “second and third tier” U.S. companies to open Iran operations first.

Oh, happy days are here again for the people of Iran the Western sanctions will be lifted and the milk and honey will flow.  But wait, maybe the people of Iran should take a look at how previously liberated peoples have fared.  In December of 2014 warned the people of Sri Lanka to beware of the gifts of the false gods of the ABC’s of Armageddon:



Gaddafi brought the Libyan government from poverty and debt, to prosperity and debt-free status in 41 years

Under Gaddafi, Libyans had free education, electricity, health care and land, seeds and livestock for people who wished to farm

Education from grade school through to college was free in Libya.

Healthcare was free and Libyan pharmacies and hospitals were comparable to high-quality European facilities. Now thanks to NATO’s intervention the health-care sector is on the verge of collapse

Libya gave free land and seeds to anyone who wants to farm that land. Gasoline cost 14 cents a gasoline and there was 50% subsidy on car purchases

Gaddafi insisted on keeping oil revenues to benefit his people instead of handing them over to US corporations….

Under Gaddafi’s oil-revenue-sharing program, each Libyan got $500 (Dollars) deposited into his or her bank account each month

Libya had the highest standard of living in Africa (even better than South Africa, Mauritius and Seychelles).

No one was homeless in Libya as everyone was given a home (the story has change post-2011)

Libyans enjoyed free electricity

Women in Libya had equal rights, not only as a philosophy, but in practice. One of the first laws Gaddafi passed in 1970 was an equal pay for equal work law. The United Nations Human Rights Council praised Gaddafi for his promotion of women’s rights.

On marriage, each couple was gifted $60,000


Libyan is 4 years on in complete chaos.

Freedom as promised to the people of Libya from the dictator Gaddafi has meantdaily kidnappings, of torture, wrongful imprisonment, assassinations, bombings, raids and bloody clashes between rival militias, armed extortion, strikes that have reduced the oil sector…

over 50,000 Libyans who have lost their lives since 2011

… NATO forces killed tens of thousands, built up militias and then left the country under differing factions who have unleashed a reign of terror in the society….

The Libyan economy is in shambles

There are some 1700 militias with a combined total of 250,000 men with arms –

…. foreign embassies are closing shop …the western news agencies have a vested interest in keeping the issues unclear so as to keep Libya destabilized and destroyed

What has been kept from the citizens of the USA is the role of financial enterprises such as Goldman Sachs…. and private-equity firm Blackstone Group in their dealings with the Libyan Investment Authority…

…. in August 2011, President Obama confiscated $30 billion from Libya’s Central Bank, which Gaddafi had earmarked for the establishment of the African IMF and African Central Bank.

The ABC’s of Armageddon molded their financial gas chamber template in the Reagan/Thatcher years. Here is the Daily Mails’ proscription for the holocaust of the working man:

Back in 1985, the miners' defeat seemed like a watershed in Britain's political history. For two decades, successive governments had struggled to control the tide of strikes, with foreign observers nicknaming Britain 'the sick man of Europe'.

But Mrs Thatcher's victory after a gruelling 12-month strike not only defined her premiership, it hammered the last nail into the unions' coffin. Never again would an over-mighty union leader, burning with socialist fervour, defy the law and take on the government — or so it seemed.

Yet if one of Britain's most powerful political figures has his way, we could well be plunged back to the worst days of savage industrial confrontation and open class conflict….

Mr Cameron should remind Mr McCluskey that almost 12 million people voted Conservative in 2015 — 78 times as many as voted for Mr McCluskey to lead Unite.

And the Prime Minister must make it clear that if Unite defies the will of the people and the law of the land, then he will use all possible means to win the ensuing battle, including, if necessary, using the courts to sequester the union's assets.

Not to be outdone, Canada has pledge to destroy the working man with all guns and no butter.  From WorldSocialist Website:

Canada’s Conservatives pledge more austerity and war
By Keith Jones
24 April 2015

Canada’s Conservative government tabled its pre-election budget Tuesday. It is a blueprint for the continued dismantling of public services, redistribution of wealth to the most privileged sections of society, and expansion of the military and national-security apparatus.

The budget had two main audiences: Canada’s ruling big-business elite and the more privileged and reactionary sections of the middle class.

To the former, its principal constituency, the Conservatives pledged that there would be no let-up in its austerity drive and the intertwined push for ever-lower taxation of big business, the rich and super-rich. 

With its boasts of “strong leadership” and a “low tax plan for jobs, growth and security,” the budget also constituted an implicit pledge that once the elections are over, Stephen Harper’s nine-year-old government will press forward with unpopular “structural reforms.”

Since winning a parliamentary majority in the 2011 federal election, the Conservatives have raised the retirement age to 67, slashed Employment Insurance eligibility and benefits, imposed a health-care financing “accord” that cuts tens of billions from Medicare, and effectively outlawed strikes in the federal public sector and federally administered industries.

In America’s working man’s gas chamber, the U.S. Senate has done their part to ensure annihilation of working people and their earned benefits called “entitlements”:  


The likelihood that hundreds of thousands of union members nationwide won’t be receiving the full pension benefits promised to them is becoming clearer as federal regulatory agencies in Washington, D.C., move to implement new pension legislation quietly approved in the final weeks of 2014.

As reported by Cole Stangler in In These Times late last year, legislators rushed to amend a 40-year-old law governing private-sector multiemployer pension plans as part of broader budget legislation that was considered “must pass” by both Republicans and Democrats.

The new law, which has been the subject of heated debate in Washington for more than a decade, is aimed specifically at union pension plans facing long-term insolvency and gives the trustees of such plans new freedom to cut benefits to retirees as a way to reverse the declining fortunes of those plans. President Barack Obama signed the measure, called the Multiemployer Pension Reform Act of 2014 (MPRA), into law on December 16….

The fear now emerging among pensioners in the Central States Fund is very real, comments Sue Cole, a union activist and spouse of a retired Teamster in St. Louis, Missouri. “My phone started blowing up” with calls from retirees worried that their benefits will be slashed, she says. If rumored pension cuts are enacted, “People are going to have to go on food stamps, people are going to lose their homes.”

As the working people of the world watch the Greek people herded onto cattle cars for the German imposed austerity death camps sanctioned by the ABC’s of Armageddon, the people of Iran cheer in the streets, their sanctions will be lifted.  The Iranian people will be liberated by the ABC’s of Armageddon. 

Let’s all raise a toast to the ABC’s of Armageddon’s Holocaust of the Working Man.

By Patricia Baeten

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