Short End of the Stick
with guest, Mike King, June 13, 2017
“True nobility is exempt from fear” – King Henry the Sixth, Part II (Act IV, Scene 1)
[ Editor’s note: For this show, Mike’s guest is Mike King, author of The War Against Putin: What the Government Media Complex Isn’t Telling You About Russia, and a famously Amazon-banned book, The Bad War, at TomatoBubble dotcom.
M.S. King is a private investigative journalist and researcher based in the New York City area, who gained a clearer perspective from his 30-year career in marketing and advertising on how “public opinion” is manufactured.
He explains how World War I and II were different acts of the same war, instigated by the ruling class – the same globalist actors who were and still are beneficiaries of the global plantation, and who model their aspirations after Al Capone’s control of his Chicago dynasty, only on a planetary scale. Between Act I and Act II in the 1930s, Germany went off script, particularly economically, and had to be brought back into line.
The greatest threat to the global beehive narrative is the awakening public, and one of the biggest impediments for the awakening public is the sky high cost of living, with financial stability or independence permanently unattainable for the middle of the bell curve in our younger generation. Anyone who wants to reverse this decline into chaos probably would do well to develop an alternative Five Hundred Year Plan to counteract the incredible shrinking options for humanity – greater than but opposite to the Hunger Games’ competition for resources that is being introduced and socialized in the West.
Present-day working Americans have no time to think, but work long hours as if on a hamster wheel.
Even in 1816 Thomas Jefferson wrote, “to preserve their independence, we must not let our rulers load us with perpetual debt… If we run into such debts, as that we must be taxed in our meat and in our drink, in our necessaries and our comforts, in our labors and our amusements, for our callings and our creeds – as the people of England are – our people, like them, must come to labor sixteen hours [per day], give the earnings of fifteen of these to the government for their debts and daily expenses; and the sixteenth being insufficient to afford us bread, we must live, as they now do, on oatmeal and potatoes – have no time to think, no means of calling the mismanagers to account – but be glad to obtain subsistence by hiring ourselves to rivet [the managers’] chains on the necks of our fellow-sufferers.”
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Short End of the Stick, 13 June 2017
Mike Harris is the Veteran’s Today Financial Editor and podcast radio show host of Short End of the Stick. Mr. Harris has enjoyed 30+ yrs in the manufacturing, financial, and technology sectors. He’s been core to numerous domestic and international start-ups, acquisitions, and mergers, skyrocketing profit margins through a highly cooperative/collaborative team approach. His sharp intellect and fluid intuition were a significant boon during his 2005/6 run for the Governor of Arizona where he emphasized the need to initiate immediate, practical, working solutions to the issues at hand.
From 1995 to 2000 Mr. Harris served as a technical advisor to the Committee on Science and Technology of the US Congress, as well as sitting as Chairman of various boards over the years. With an MBA in finance, from a foundation in Applied Physics and Economics, he has proven an exceptional ability to function well above and beyond “the box”. Dubbed “Iron Mike” through his many years as a martial artist, Mr. Harris has clearly demonstrated the resiliency to take blows and to come back fighting. This extraordinary skill-set he now brings to his ultimate Vision for a free, abundant, and prosperous society.
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