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Can’t Promote Freedom Abroad as it Disappears at Home

NewJAl Wrote: Oct 01, 2012 12:26 AM
No one will mention how the entire World leans upon American Capitalism for some relief from the misery their Economic Systems inflict upon them. My church is getting together shoe boxes, courtesy of Operation Christmas Child and Franklin Graham. And all my life I have met Greeks, Russians, Mexicans sending home money to the folks, who are truly needy. Bush's push for money for African AIDS relief, or mosquito netting, there, is another example. Obama will make us like the countries that look to us. He already has, to a great degree, as charitable giving, here and for overseas, is down. Reagan brought down Carter's inflation rates and the unemployment numbers dropped in two years. Obama has had 3, and one in 6 of us in poverty.
chronic_relatiivism Wrote: Oct 01, 2012 6:23 AM
No one mentions how the private banking cartel is the largest swindle in the history of humanity upon this planet. Placing generations yet born into servitude to banking interests who are a net drain upon the wealth and resources of the planet, because it is based upon deception, upon debt, and without debt, they would have no wealth at all. They are leaches upon the blood life of the productivity of humanity...borrowing our money from private banking cartels at interest, is a mathematical certainty of bankers owning 100%, public owning 0%. There are alternatives, the history of banking and speculation are the history of those who prefer to do nothing, but to use 1% of the labor of 100 to think they have gained wealth. Then 1% grows until
NewJAl Wrote: Oct 01, 2012 7:48 AM
I would have to hear a few people of renown and known courage rant about this mystery cartel, or, at least, pull away the curtain where the wizards operate. Nobody seems interested, but I am not alone in pointing out that the dreams of his father were Marxist. And Marxism needs to be thrown on the ash heap of History like Monarchy or Theocracy. It will be, because those that still suffer will, eventually, tear down that wall.
chronic_relatiivism Wrote: Oct 01, 2012 8:28 AM
Read Anthony Sutton, G. Edward Griffin, and Juri Lina - behold the private banking cartels created communism, created nazi, funded the Japanese war machine, they create the very demons they force your sons to die for and destroy; and reap untold billions in profits. They aren't wizards, they are satanic slime.
tgwWhale Wrote: Oct 01, 2012 10:53 AM
chronic: You are so full of crappola that is is difficult to refute you without a huge pile of foul language. Let it simply be said that (1) people today have so much wealth that the "poor" in the USA today have far more material wealth than the mega-rich of 100 years ago. (2) the original source of this wealth is money created by banks when people take out loans at interest. This money is converted to wealth (i.e., goods and services). Eventually the money is destroyed when the loan is repaid, but the wealth (e.g., a house built) remains.

That's called "capitalism." Morons like you live in the lap of luxury created within this system and then condemn it. Pathetic.
Whitebeard Wrote: Oct 01, 2012 12:56 PM
Whale: Pardon me, but capitalism does not depend on an unconstitutional banking cartel. The Constitution directs Congress to determine the money supply. Chronic is right. Under the present system we have to pay the banksters for the "privilege" to borrow their fiat money (i.e. interest). Under the Constitutional system, we pay no interest on money generated by the US Government. I think his argument is against the banksters, not capitalism.
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