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TheHermit Post time: 2012-10-12 11:49
I agree with your view regarding the news, but a caveat is in order.....There is also a lot of mis ...
Well all what you said is true, the majority of the public knows it to be so, but with disinformation and
the financially backed leaders in nations that runs under the label of democracy.
The people in society are too busy doing normal every day chores ,just to survive they do not have the
time or energy to look beyond the mainstream media on tv,
we both know leaders of governments ,the media and security are all owned by the big corporations,
and when there is the slightest bit of evidence of this coming out, they get shouted down conspiracy
theorist and nut jobs and blatantly dismissed.
I personally don't think any thing will change ,unless this financial crisis gets a lot more worse
before they start implementing a different form of democracy or governments,
going back to this crisis, it all started way back in the early 80s,under thatcher in uk, and reagan in us.
both of these clowns are the ones who started it all in my opinion, they deregulated the banks,
privatised every thing under the sun, and broke the backs of the trade unions who where at that time
the only support the poor had.
During the early 70s , the uk was losing the manufacturing industries,basically the country wasn't
making any thing and losing jobs left right and centre , so they had to create something from nothing,
hence the hugely inflated property market.
Then the system would go mini bust every 5 to 7 yrs ,but could not cover the real scale of the problem
until 2008 when the traders or gamblers in the markets took bigger bets and lost.
Sadly this thing has been brewing for 3 decades and the middle class and the poor are the ones paying
What ever the label of governments use's is not important, what is though is if it is a progressive and
caring form of government that cares for the well being of society as a whole.
Thanks for your input.