If you're reading this thing, some sections listed below and the
analysis that is offered below may be of interest to you.
The analysis is from a rather unconventional source, but if you're
reading, you may look at them to see if tha analysis is on the mark.
"Section 101 (a)(1) establishes what is termed the Troubled Asset Relief
Program (TARP) to which substantial portions of what the American people
currently owe to their banks and financial institutions is to be turned
over the US Government for redistribution to foreign banks.
Section 101(c)(3) Designates for the first time in American history
these foreign banks as financial agents of Federal Government with full
law enforcement authority over the citizens in the US.
Section 3 (b) allows the US Secretary of the Treasury to put any kind of
debt, including credit card, home loans, personal loans, automobile
loans, etc., into the TARP programme.
Section 112 allows the US Secretary of the Treasury to astoundingly
extend financing to foreign banks to purchase the debt of the American
Section 112 (1)(a) allows the US Government to hold stocks in companies
for the first time in their history and which completely destroys the
capitalist economy of their Nation.
Section 119 (2)(a) gives the US Secretary of the Treasury dictatorial
powers not reviewable by courts making this position the most powerful
one in America.
Section 122 increases the US public debt to the incredible amount of
Section 204 puts the United States under emergency economic rule and
states, "all provisions of this Act are designated as an emergency
requirement and necessary to meet emergency needs".
But, these reports warn, the two most chilling measures put into this
new law are titled "Section 511 "Paul Wellstone and Pete Domenici Mental
Health Parity and Addiction Equity Act of 2008" and "TITLE II-SPECIAL
PROJECTS ON FEDERAL LAND Section 201".
The new mental health provisions contained in these new laws allows the
United States to label dissident citizens as being 'mentally ill', and
the 'Special Projects' section allows for the reimbursement to US cities
and counties for the building of concentration camps for these mentally