View Full Version : Deliberate Impoverishment of the Western World
09-14-2011, 07:19 AM
U.S. poverty totals hit a 50-year high Census Bureau's grim statistics show recession's lingering effects, as young adults move back home and 1 million more Americans go without health insurance ... In a grim portrait of a nation in economic turmoil, the government reported that the number of people living in poverty last year surged to 46.2 million — the most in at least half a century — as 1 million more Americans went without health insurance and household incomes fell sharply. – Los Angeles Times
Free-Market Analysis: We've spent considerable time in the past three years (the past decade, actually), analyzing how the powers-that-be have reorganized society, especially American society, in a way that relentlessly reduces prosperity. Figures released yesterday from the US Census provide a startling illustration of just how effective elites have been. (See excerpt above.)
Why would a handful of wealthy central banking families want to impoverish the US and render its citizens penniless? Our conclusion is simple: World government is on the way and the American culture is still resistant to the kind of hyper-regulatory corporatism that is necessary to support this kind of governance.
09-14-2011, 03:50 PM
Sadly I agree. US policy makers cannot be so stoopid as to think that their policies are sound. The only reasonable conclusion I can reach is that the same failed policies are being enacted and protected because they REDUCE America's vitality. Why else would a new jobs bill have legislation buried within it to prevent employers from discriminating against the unemployed and make it harder to hire. How else could it be so very difficult to get straight talk from policy makers regarding illegal immigration. The argument used to be that illegal immigrants took the jobs Americans wouldn't do. Odd I don't hear that argument much any more, but the border is just as open as ever. Three million DOD employees and somehow we can find resources to staff 900 military bases around the world, attack and occupy 2 or 3 countries at a time, but somehow that darn southern border just cannot be controlled. Horsehockey.
Sadly I agree. US policy makers cannot be so stoopid as to think that their policies are sound.
Can't they be? I'm not sure. "Only two things are infinite, the universe and human stupidity, and I'm not sure about the former." (Albert Einstein)
The only reasonable conclusion I can reach is that the same failed policies are being enacted and protected because they REDUCE America's vitality.
Cui bono? I mean, why? Not saying you're wrong, just asking.
I was trying explain to someone just yesterday how the system is deliberately being destroyed. This is the reply I recieved after I laid it all out in the simplist manner I know how.
"I will not buy into your "conspiracy theory", not because it couldn't be true but simple because I do not want to believe that it could true"
This is the problem and the reason things will not be fixed, before the bell toles. We are a reactive society and we need to be a proactive society.
09-25-2011, 09:55 PM
If there is one thing most people I speak with on any topic political or economic cannot deal with, it is the idea that we are being taken down deliberately.
Many I speak with are willing to go on about one or two aspects of government or parties that they feel are the most important reasons the country is in the state it's in. They will talk about politician's incompetence or stupidity or bribery.
But the idea that there are families or rich groups of people that are so galactically wealthy they virtually run governments and decide which governments will fail or succeed is too much for them.
They will believe incompetence rules but not that the diabolical is organized and that it is ruling.
If people cannot or will not identify evil, how can they fight it?
09-25-2011, 10:07 PM
U.S. policy is doing exactly what it was designed to do, not what the stated intentions were.
The end result reveals the original intention.
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