Wouldn't It Be Nice

By: Joseph Russo | Fri, Aug 3, 2012
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John F. Kennedy

How nice would it be if they had failed in assassinating JFK? How nice would it be if the world were free of deeply embedded subversive corruption at the highest levels?

How nice would it be if we were to find out that broad segments of military intelligence in concert with federal officials were planning widespread operations to indict and bring to justice all corrupt politicians, Wall Street fraudsters, corrupt elites.

That this body of federal patriots also vows to relieve all central banking cartels from the destructive monopoly charters erroneously pledged to them hundreds of years ago. How nice would it be?

Sounds like a science fiction fantasy that's too good to be true, doesn't it? You're damn right it does.

In probing about the infinite spheres of conspiracy theory recently, we have come across just such a concoction of fanatical speculation.

In short, some UFO guru claims he has inside intel from a Viet Nam vet and others who assert that the military in concert with federal officials are planning a legitimate coup d'état of sorts against the New World Order elites, which would lead to mass arrests around the globe and a new beginning for humankind.

It is rather disturbing and unfortunate that seemingly sincere people with or without agenda's would go to such lengths to rouse hopes of the naïve in search of a messiah to save them from the states in which they find themselves enslaved.

We are not going to bother sharing the links to these loony-tune sites. Sadly, they are too far off the wall to consider plausible, but man, wouldn't it be nice.


Wouldn't it be nice if we were bolder
Then we wouldn't have to wait so long
And wouldn't it be nice to oust central bankers
To get the kind of world where we belong

You know it's gonna make it that much better
When we could jail the crooks to stay forever

Wouldn't it be nice if we could wake up
Knowing that the state was tried and true
And after having worked for years so wisely
Our savings would then last our whole lives through

But tougher times together we've been spending
We wish true justice were never-ending

Serving the Cause of Freedom and Liberty

Oh, wouldn't it be nice...

Maybe if we think and wish and hope and pray it might come true
(run, run, run)
Maybe then, there wouldn't be a single thing we couldn't do
(Oh, we would be wealthy)
We would be wealthy
(Yes, we would be wealthy...)
And then we'd be happy
(Yes, we would be happy...)

Wouldn't it be nice...

You know it seems the more we talk about it
It only makes it worse to live without it
But let's talk about it

Wouldn't It Be Nice - Beach Boys



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