Friday, December 09, 2011

Murdering Bormann front Merck touts welfare through Sesame Street

Sesame Street Muppet Pitches Government Dependence: Free Food at School

A “food insecure” Muppet is helping to promote a national “Food for Thought” campaign that teaches poor families to seek out nutritious food and to eat on the taxpayers’ tab.

At the National Press Club on Thursday, Lily the Muppet – who worries about her family not having enough money to feed her properly -- pitched free food at school:

“Sometimes we can't always afford to buy all the food that we need,” Lily said. “I mean, but we've been finding lots of ways that we can get help...Yeah, for example, at school I get a free breakfast and a lunch...part of the meal plan."

Excluding the physically disabled, sick and injured, they need to get off their asses and work.

And having more children than you can afford isn't a disability, it's poor planning. Just ask their good friend John P. Holdren.

But that's not what murdering, maiming Bormann front company Merck wanted as they funded this, an open ad to steal taxes and indeed resources from the really disabled, in favor of the bloody lazy and under achieving.

Merck's role is reported by Paul Manning in Martin Bormann: Nazi in Exile (seen below), with the help of legend Edward R. Murrow. Recent protestations by Merck in the USA that it's a separate company are a disinformation joke, when all divisions peddle the same patent medicine.

The German coup's entire goal was conglomeration of power under the Rothschild and Bormann influence seen on page 134 of the Manning book.

The movement of German assets into Switzerland had also gone well, Bormann noted from his reports. Flight capital investments had been accomplished principally through the establishment of subsidiaries of powerful German firms. Over half the total German capital in Switzerland was used in setting up holding companies representing I.G. Farben, Merck, Siemens, Osram, Henkel, and others. A holding company may not trade in any form. It may only hold stock in other companies, but through this device the existing German firms, and the 750 new corporations established under the Bormann program, gave themselves absolute control over a postwar economic network of viable, prosperous companies that stretched from the Ruhr to the “neutrals” of Europe and to the countries of South America; a control that continues today and is easily maintained through the bearer bonds or shares issued by these corporations to cloak real ownership. Bearer shares require no registration of identity, for such shares are exactly what they mean; the bearer of the majority shares controls the company without needing a vestige of proof as to how he acquired them. Thus the Germans who participated as a silent force in Bormann’s postwar commercial campaign-which is sometimes referred to by aging Nazis as “Operation Eagle’s Flight” or “Aktion Adlerflug”—insured their command over the industrial and financial institutions that were to move the new Federal Republic of Germany back into the forefront of world economic leadership.

Merck needs to stop killing and maiming people like me who graduated Phi Beta Kappa with no debts until they killed me, and Merck needs to give the money they spend pushing a welfare agenda to those they do maim to support them for their life.

People who Merck maims are blacklisted from work with Globalist run companies, in my case knowing full well in advance that they would nearly kill and maim this descendant of Roman officials with:

  • an enlarged heart 85 percent bigger than it was months before the soft kill attempt
  • cardiomyopathy so severe that I missed an emergency transplant by recovering slightly
  • internal bleeding requiring multiple transfusions
  • vasculitis so narrow infant needles couldn't be used
  • neuropathy so that spoons fell out of my hands


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