Remembering Patriot Bob Chapman (1935-2012): Just Like Ancient Thinkers, Bob Will Live On In His Work
Everything stopped for me, at least for as long as it could in this rat race, as I learned that Bob Chapman died at the beginning of this, the sixth month of 2012. I learned the news from SilverDoctors. Since the 2008 banking collapse and the official confiscation of $700 billion dollars by the banks of U.S. taxpayer money, I have delved into a line of reasoning that is downplayed by mainstream pundits as conspiracy theorizing. Luckily, I do not live abroad nor was I born of another nationality or else I would run the risk of being called “terrorist.” But, for now, I am a “conspiracy theorist,” and Bob Chapman is one of the main figures responsible for tempering my liberal arts history education and helping me to formulate, what I consider to be, practical views of how the world works.
I say that Chapman is one of the main figures responsible for my enlightenment because his deep catalog of work lives on. Pick up the work of, say, Aristotle and one can share an intimate experience with an ancient mind, long since passed.
The same is true of Chapman and will be so long as anti-freedom politics, embodied in CISPA and SOPA, for example, do not come to fruition and transform the culture into total despotism. Anyone one of us today can log onto the internet and spend a morning, afternoon or evening with Bob, and he will impart unto us his deep knowledge of society and its main impetuses. It is valuable information that can mean the difference between poverty and comfort, life and death. Personally, I plan on spending many more mornings, afternoons and evenings with Bob as I do what I can to further understand some of the premiere forces at work in this CULTure.
Bob Chapman spoke to each-and-everyone one of his interviewers with respect and listened to their ideas. The innumerable interviews featuring him on the internet represent a wellspring of information that is in favor of life, as InfoWars remembers the man.
What do we have to learn from Bob Chapman?
That banks like JP Morgan and Goldman Sachs and a handful of other big banks are the tip of the iceberg of an illuminist corporate cabal who work openly to overthrow all other power on the planet. Whether or not power itself is moral is irrelevant. The agenda is to takeover all power structures and outlets so as to determine the world’s course. They brag themselves that they can bring down the world markets if the people of the world do not conform to their wishes. It is the New World Order, and it has been planned for a very long time. And they don’t care if we live or die. These people are psychotic.
Chapman lives on in our minds as one of the premiere political scientists, philosophers, economists and futurists of our time. His body of work is as expensive as anybody’s, and he has predicted coming events with the accuracy of Truth. Since the 1960s Bob Chapman had been promoting a line of reasoning very unpopular not only in the mainstream, but also by academia and philosophical circles. Nonetheless, he stayed true to his beliefs, and should history ever judge its victims fairly, will be considered one of the most influential thinkers of our time, however such a thing could be measured. But, for history to ever judge fairly, it must be written by populists, and that reality is still a far way off. To change it is our responsibility, and Bob has helped to hand us the tools to do so.
Here is a list of some his most popular YouTube videos: