Monday, December 1, 2008

Recession, Wall Street and America's Future

So I'm watching cute little Katie Couric attempting to "break" the news that we are indeed in a "recession" and have been for quite some time now it seems.
Hmm....some of us knew that a long, long time ago. The actual reporting by cute Katie was so freaking funny. She is trying her best not to look "perky" when giving such "dire" news. Please someone tell her
to go back to giving out recipes on "The Today Show"!!! I digress.

Glenn Beck has been telling his listeners for over a year that the "perfect storm" was building and would happen.
Here is a transcript from last week in fact where he clearly makes the case for what is wrong in America and what will probably happen in the very near future (which I completely agree with him, and by the way, a year before the 9/11 attacks, he predicted them nearly perfectly in detail and was fired and ridiculed for his statements)

He is talking about a Russian Analyst who is
making predictions about the "New" United States that is to come.

Folks, there is a New USA coming, I can almost guarantee it. Better get your things in order. Better make sure you are not spending what you don't need to spend. Lighten up a little this Christmas. Ya, ya, "doom and gloom" is what you are thinking right? Well, a little reality check. If cute Katie is saying we are "officially" in a recession, believe me, it's worse than that.

Enjoy the transcript, the picture that Glenn and Stu refer to is at the bottom of the page.

GLENN: I'm telling you this is exactly what we have been talking about on this program. "He cited the vulnerable political setup." The vulnerable political setup. "The lack of unified national laws."

It's not unified laws. It's the unified enforcement of those laws. The divisions among the elite which have been clear in this crisis condition, he predicted that the U.S. will break up into six parts. Let's see, where do we want to live. "The Pacific Coast with its growing Chinese population." No, the Pacific Coast, I'd like that but not if Chinese, the Chinese population, I mean, not if it's being influenced by China. No, I can't live in California. "The south with its Hispanics." Oh, well, I didn't know you had Hispanics in the South. The South also has Disney World. I'm pulling for the South. "Texas where independence movements are on the rise." Gee, over in Russia they understand the independence movements that are happening in Texas. Have you heard that on any -- Stu, have you heard this from any other person in America, about the independence movement in Texas?

STU: No, you're an exclusive secession source. Congratulations.

GLENN: I'm just wondering how the guy overseas, over in Russia picked this up. The Atlantic coast with its distinct and separate mentality." You can have the Atlantic coast. "Five of the poorer central states with their large Native American populations and the northern states where the influence from Canada is strong. He even suggested that we could..." this is Russians speaking. "We could claim Alaska. It was only granted on lease, after all." He is a professor of the Diplomatic Academy of the Russian Ministry of Foreign Affairs. He's authored several books on information warfare.

So okay, so we have New China would be the West, we have New Canada which would be the North, we would have the center of the country would be Poor Indiantown, I think. Is that what he's -- that's basically what he was -- then you'd have Texas all by itself. Then you'd have around Texas but not all the way to New China, or all the way east to the Distinct Mentality Coast, you'd have New Hispanicville, all right? So your questions are New China -- where do you want to live? New China, New Canada, Poor Indiantown, New Hispanicville, Distinct Mentality Coast or Texas? I'm going for Texas.

STU: Is there any doubt it's Texas.

GLENN: I think I'm going for Texas. I'm going for Texas.

STU: I will say New Hispanicville is nice.

GLENN: Especially this time of year.

STU: It really is. At least I would -- he doesn't explain how Florida would be divided. So you don't know if Disney is going to be in distinct Atlantic coast area or in New Hispanicville but --

GLENN: No, it would have to be distinct mentality.

STU: The whole state?

GLENN: The whole coastline.

STU: I think Tampa would probably be doing New Hispanicville because it would be on the West Coast of Florida. So maybe like New Hispanicville --

GLENN: The West Coast is New China.

STU: No, that's the West Coast of the country. I'm talking West Coast of Florida.

GLENN: But that's the West Coast of the East Coast. So if it's the West Coast of the East Coast, it should be Distinct Mentality Coast.

STU: No, but that's the West Coast -- it's the West Coast of the peninsula. But the South is New Hispanicville.


GLENN: But it's also a coast.

STU: But they didn't say all coast had to be in the Atlantic coast. They said the Atlantic coast. That's not the Atlantic coast. That's the Gulf Coast. The Gulf Coast would clearly be in New Hispanicville.

GLENN: Does New Hispanicville then -- because you have to have the dividing line some place. Does New Hispanicville get like the Magic Kingdom and Distinct Mentality Coast get like Epcot?

STU: Yes, I think that's the way it works, divides right down the middle.

GLENN: You know that thing that they have -- oh, my gosh, we have been set up. I just realized this. This whole thing has been a setup. Have you noticed that when you go to Disney World and you go to Epcot, what do you need? A world passport. Hmmm.

STU: Hmmm.

GLENN: Interesting, isn't it?

STU: Mmm-hmmm, one currency. Just sayin'.

GLENN: It's almost like Disney who, of course, hasn't been, you know, put up in a freezer where they are just waiting to unthaw him for the new world order. It's not like he saw this coming a long, long time ago.

STU: Sounds like he's really alive pulling the strings.

GLENN: Seriously, Stu, where do you want to live? Where is the best place in America to live? I think we can rule out the Northeast.

STU: Right, but he said the Atlantic coast.

GLENN: Wait a minute. Unless --

STU: Not the whole coast.

GLENN: If you were for socialism --

STU: Yeah, we should figure out what government because I feel like you've got -- in the Atlantic coast one, that's probably a socialist government. The Pacific Coast, since it's New China, that has to be communist, right?

GLENN: Oh, yeah. That's Hollywood.

STU: Right.

GLENN: So the capital of New China will have to be Hollywood.

STU: Right.

GLENN: So it will be, you know, it will be nothing but -- it will be -- you know, remember the blacklist? It will be the opposite of that. If you are not a communist, they shut you down.

STU: So that's out there. I don't want either one of those. I figure new Canada's probably going to be like Canada Light. You know it's going to be that light sort of socialism.

GLENN: I don't have a problem with Canada.

STU: Yeah, I feel like we're going to get at least moderate socialism there. Poor Indiantown could be a great government because --

GLENN: But who's supporting Poor Indiantown?

STU: They are the poorer states according to the Russian analyst.

GLENN: I know, but Poor Indiantown, it's poor because, you know, we've crippled them with socialism.

STU: Right. So they probably wouldn't be poor anymore after this, right?

GLENN: They might be rich -- it would be nothing -- the whole center of what is now we know as the United States would be nothing but a giant casino.

STU: It would be a giant --

GLENN: It would be great. It would be a giant casino because those things, you walk inside, you never get out of them. It's like you're outside but you are not -- this could be the place that I would want to be.

STU: It would be Poor Indiantown to MGM Great Plains.

GLENN: Let's say you go from Poor Indiantown, which is the center of the -- can we put this map on? Just draw a map. Can you take a picture here? Do you have your camera? Just take a picture and send to it Chris Brady real quick. Here's my phone. Just send it to Chris Brady and we'll take a picture and you'll see --

STU: This is one of these crazy newfangled iPhones.

GLENN: Push the camera.

STU: Camera.

GLENN: There, see? And you just push and click. Here's the new -- I just drew a picture of -- yeah, there you go.

STU: One, two --

GLENN: I'm looking.

STU: Smile. Do you want to do your hair?

GLENN: No, I'm fine, I'm fine. Do I need a little product in my hair? All right, just push it. Okay, all right.

STU: Take the picture.

GLENN: Oh, jeez.

STU: One more time. Where do I click? This button?

GLENN: Just push the button.

STU: On the screen or on the button button?

GLENN: You push the button on the screen. Not the button. That turns it off.

STU: On the screen. Ready? One? Smile now.

GLENN: Just take the frickin' picture, will you? Take the picture!

STU: Okay, I got it. You look really good. Wow.

GLENN: That's disturbing.

STU: No, seriously. You would be hot enough for Indian town. You wouldn't be hot for Pacific Coastville, New China.

GLENN: Okay, so here, look. So Poor Indiantown. The problem is if you are going to Poor Indiantown, because it's basically a giant casino in the middle of the country, if you go to Distinct Mentality Coast, they will know who you are. You can never be a spy.

STU: Right, that's right. They have the best intelligence, Poor Indiantown is what you're saying.

GLENN: What?

STU: Poor Indiantown would have great intelligence.

GLENN: I'm saying you could never -- oh, yeah, they would have the camera. You would never spy in there but you could never live at Poor Indiantown and go to another place and be a spy because they would know right away.

STU: Because you would always be on camera?

GLENN: No. Because if you are from poor -- if you live in Poor Indiantown, it's a giant casino, right? You live in Poor Indiantown. You can't go to Distinct Mentality Coast.

STU: Why not?

GLENN: You'll smell like smoke.

STU: You would never --

GLENN: Everything you'd have would smell like cigarettes.

STU: Yeah, but the liberals in Distinct Mentality Coast are always the ones who are saying we need to stop people from smoking with the government but mostly because they can't stop smoking themselves.

GLENN: But that's what I mean. None of these people -- these people in Distinct Mentality Coast, these people, they would have already banned.

STU: Yeah, they would have banned it.

GLENN: So you are a spy for Poor Indiantown.

STU: Yeah.

GLENN: You come over and all of a sudden you smell like cigarettes and they're like, he's from Poor Indiantown, smells like cigarettes. Whole place is a casino. And then somebody else says, "I know, it's great. I mean, hang on...... "I mean, it's really bad and I'm glad that we're here in Distinct Mentality Coast with our fearless leader.

STU: Here's the thing. Poor Indiantown is landlocked and I don't like that, okay? And so is New Canada, by the way. So you really need to go to, I feel like Texas has great -- because it's Texas and you've got the coast, you've got Texas, the mentality of Texas, not Distinct Mentality Coast. I'm saying the mentality of Texas. You've got to like that. I like that and I also like New Hispanicville. I think those are two solid choices for the incoming America.

GLENN: I like Texas and I like New Hispanicville and I like parts of Poor Indiantown, part of New Canada. I'm just not -- there's no way I'm going to be on the coast.

STU: Well, you've got a socialist and a communist government on the coast. And I don't want either of those. And then New Canada, New Canada might be nice actually. It might be very nice.

GLENN: It's cold.

STU: But it's really cold. Poor Indiantown is landlocked.

GLENN: But remember Canada also has, like, Detroit in it.

STU: That's true.

GLENN: So you've got --

STU: Fires? Keep you warm?

GLENN: You've got fires to keep you warm, you have all those empty, you know, the car plants. That's going to be -- this is happy.

STU: What? We have some new choices. What's wrong with our now pro choice?

GLENN: Pro choice, six different countries in one. This again from a Russian analyst over in the former Soviet Union talking about the new USSA that is forming here in America.

You know, if you had to choose, you know there's -- people are already choosing. They are already choosing with their feet. I'm going to take a break and I'm going to tell you there's a new survey that is out now showing about which parts of the country are the best parts of the country for the economy, which one that is lowest -- you'll never guess. You'll never, ever guess which one has the lowest amount of unemployed percentage-wise, you'll never guess which ones also, do they also have low taxes? Do they also have small government in those states? Or do they have big giant oppressive governments? You'll never guess. It's crazy. It's only crazy because there are people in America that still don't get it, and a lot of them.

3 comments:

Mberenis said...

We could have just jumped to depression. In a recession, it isn't always bad. Most people don't realize how much money there is out there. During economic times like this, there is more money to be had than ever. Because of the bailouts and economy, lenders are bending over backwards to bail you out too. Believe it or not, there is people getting tons of cheap money nowdays to start businesses, buy homes, pay off debt, and more. Recession Bailouts for YOU

Bill's Waste of Air said...

Oh crap, a shyster lawyer appears? Or worse, a shyster lender?
Yes, money is available for a "small fee" right?
Maybe a vig of 27%?
I do better in Vegas.
Time to get out the coffee cans and bury 'em out back like grandpa did in the old Depression cause it's comin!

The Blunt Matt said...

Glenn is pretty funny. I've always enjoyed his shocking comments. Just like the "lefty" commentators, i don't ever expect him to have his facts straight which makes for much more entertaining radio and T.V. But did I see he said "large Native American populations?" Last time I checked, didn't we pretty much round them up and reduce them to nothing? And, we did buy Alaska for 2 cents an acre whether the Russians care to acknowlegde that or not. But, I'll take Colorado if I have to live anywhere else--even if it is in Poor Indian Town. I've been laughing at the map for days...