I wonder what others think of it? Share with me your agreement or flames....
We're a long ways off from needing what will be a very bloody revolution. Peaceful means still exist. The government isn't the root of the problem, the people are the problem because the people are the government. As I commented on in another thread, as long as the idiots in this country keep voting idiots into office, we'll get no where. When people in this country wake up and start giving a @#$%, then we'll get somewhere. Over throwing the government isn't going to accomplish jack @#$% because we'll still be left with the same group of idiots for a populace.
Bottom line? The revolution comments are uncalled for and out-there on many levels. I see no problem with them being censored because extremists like you make us all look bad.
Fix the people and you fix the government. This isn't a dictatorship. Politicians still need votes to come to power.
Of course, there is still the whole Knab Evreser Laredef (read it backwards) thing. Creating money from debt and all that.
As long as debt is needed to create money, the economy, and thus thecountry,is in the hands of the banksters (play on bankers and gangsters).
Wanta guess why government has no real interest in kicking out illegal immigrants? I'm betting that as long asillegals send money home, more money has to be created here. How? By "selling" more debt.More debt = more cashola for banksters (interest payments and all that.) Stop selling debt and the economy shudders.Then the government is in real trouble.
Wantaguess why Congress has no real interest in controlling spending? Its not just buying votes. I'm betting they almost have to keepup the spending so more debt is created and money is created just to keep the economy operating.While theyprobably spend more thanthey need to even under a debt-money-creation scheme, they have no real incentive to cut back as long asthe system runs onmoney-must-be-created-from-debt.
Wanta guess why the gazillion dollar bailouts are so readily being approved? They create debt. They create money.
I know the system is much more complicated than I'm relating here, but the simple fact is theBankThatShallNotBeNamed creates money by selling debt. Everything else derives from there.
He who creates the money controls the game. There is quite a history to this. You'll be stunned todiscover when yougo looking.Iwas. Still am.
Start by Googling Ron Paul questioningBernankeduring a hearing. There is a video (CSPAN?) on the internet. Listen toBernanke's carefully evasive answer. Then dig in on the research. We're not talking tin-foil hat sources here, either.
So, the problem is much deeper thanidiots electing the same people over and over. Isuspect the govern-ers are caught between a rock and a hard place. Of course, they wantthe perks and power; but I suspect they can't letgo the reins either anymore. Not as long as it would upset the debt-to-money machine and cause huge turbulence.