Posted by: quiscus | August 17, 2012

August 17, 2012

1. “Planetary Crossroads! Where Do We Want to Go?

Individually, most humans have bought into rigged news and a Western culture, based on fear and chronic violence.

The corruption and stench of criminality is so pervasive throughout all governments that it is not fixable in its present state. This entire system is bereft of any moral or ethical values. It far surpasses the days of Caligula and ancient Rome. Further, the corporate-controlled media is part of the news-lies “reported” to us. It is all hype and planned drivel to a dumbed-down, brain-damaged populace. Cell phones, “Smart” Meters, and other EMF/RF invisible harm, plus prescription mind-altering drugs and other chemicals we breathe are wrecking our ability to think clearly. This was just so evident on a New York City radio interview I did last week. I believe that millions of people are aware of what is happening.

Hate permeates our society. It stems from FEAR and is the lowest aspect of our behavior. It is based in our lesser charkas and our reptilian brain. Just look around you! Movies, “games”(?), television programs, children’s and adult’s activities –all are filled with out-of-control VIOLENCE. Is this what we want to teach our innocent, small children and grandchildren as they grow up? Do we want them harmed as they grow up? Do we want their hearts filled with insensitivity and hate? When we teach our children to look both ways before crossing, we are teaching them precaution and care. We want the best for those we love! We pray for peace; but the cabal creates war after war. Is this the world we really want?”

2. “Understanding Economics

A Perfect Grasp, and for Free

I’ve got nothing against speaking in tongues, but some of it was too much for me. For example, he kept saying that businesses didn’t want the government to interfere with them, which he called “distorting the market.” Well, I can understand it. I don’t want the government interfering with me either, especially in the midst of a burglary. But I was puzzled. If businessmen didn’t want the government interfering in the market, I asked, why did they send thousands of lobbyists to Washington to make the government interfere in the market? He changed the subject. I guess he was distracted.

Of course, as Milton Friedman said, “There’s no such thing as a free market.” (That may not be exactly what he said. It’s what he would have said had he understood economics better.) I think Milton was right. I mean, as soon as capitalists start making money, they buy the government, and engage in carnal intercourse with it, and pretty soon the chiefs of corporations are in government, and great motingator alpha-crats of government get on corporate boards, and form the roaring mother of interlocking directorates, and so you get Enron and the sub-primes and nobody’s got a house. The freer the market, the quicker it happens. A lack of laws favors the smart, the avaricious, and the remorseless.”


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