04 November 2007

US Elections and The Market State

"The US arms industry is backing (the selected candidate) for President and has all but abandoned its traditional allies in the Republican/Democratic party. (The selected candidate) has also emerged as Wall Street's favourite.

Investment bankers have opened their wallets in unprecedented numbers for
(the selected candidate) over the past three months and, in the process, dumped their earlier favourite, (a rejected candidate).

(The selected candidate)´s wooing of the defence industry is all the more remarkable given the frosty relations between (a previous president) and the military during his presidency.

An analysis of campaign contributions shows senior defence industry employees are pouring money into (the selected candidate)´s war chest in the belief that their generosity will be repaid many times over with future defence contracts."


US Arms Industry = The Market State Arms Producers
Defence Industry = The Market State Arms Producers
Investment Bankers = The Market State Banks Errand Boys
Defence Contract = War Profits
The US Military = The Worlds Biggest Oil Consumer
Soldier = Uneducated Lower Class Cannon Fodder
President = A Puppet who The Market State Selected to Pose as Elected Leader

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