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Post time 2012-1-27 15:22:37 |Display all floors

AMERICA, UNFORTUNATELY IS RULED BY SICKO BROTHERS     {:soso_e119:}    {:soso_e119:}    {:soso_e119:}  !

Uncle Sam is a very sick man indeed .

Like any self-obsessed sick man, he doesn't realize he is sick.            

He is so obsessed with control of the whole wide world, in the name of continual global dominance of

Anglo brothercrook empire (U.S., U.K, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, etc), where Sammy is a ring leader.

[Basically all the burden falls on him, while the rest take, more or less, a free ride!]

                   **   Do you know that U.S. military budget is bigger than all the next
                           ten largest nations' military budgets combined?!  **

If Uncle Sam were a man in real life, it's more like some sicko who has barely enough monies to feed &

cloth himself; and yet spending a big chunk of it on an expensive bazooka, and walking around all over

town, brandishing his bazooka in hand!!!



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Post time 2012-1-30 15:23:23 |Display all floors
horatiokim Post time: 2012-1-27 15:22

Stockholm international Peace Research Institute reported that ~

World military expenditures average around $1 trillion a year. That means an astronomical $2 million are spent worldwide on the military every minute, and U.S. military spending accounts for half of this.

A $30 billion, 10-yr plan to provide clean water to the poor of developing world would cost just 10 days of military spending. Eighteen days of military spending yearly could eradicate malnutrition worldwide. Experts believe that $200 million, or about 3-hours of military spending, could wipe out the diseases of diphtheria, whooping cough, tetanus, measles and polio, which together kill 4 million children every year.

"Every gun that is made, every warship launched, every rocket fired, signifies in the final sense, a theft from those who hunger and are not fed, those who are cold and are not clothed. The world in arms is not spending money alone. It is spending the sweat of its laborers, the genius of its scientists, the hopes of its children...Under the cloud of threatening war, it is humanity hanging from a cross of iron...Is there no other way the world may live?" ~ Dwight D. Eisenhower

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Post time 2012-1-31 22:45:39 |Display all floors
horatiokim Post time: 2012-1-27 15:22

United States-led Anglo Alliance has enough nuclear arsenal to wipe out all the living beings on earth

five hundred times (500) over; some are ready-made, (some many can be reessembled within a short

period of times, since materials stockpiles, know-how techonology, man-power & factory assembly lines

are already in place).

This alliance control pretty much the whole world militarily and financially through,

- US Military

- Wall Street, N.Y.C  &  City of London Financial Center, U.K.

Former enemies-turned-allies such as Germany and Japan are nothing more than their

high-tech servants, while others are low-tech servants, ( they all have to work their butts

off, while Anglos sit and smell the roses all day long ) !

All in all, they were/are/will be the one and only master of the universe!!!

                  POWER = CONTROL          {:soso_e113:}

Ha ha ha ha!

I'm just an old-timer from good ole' Ohio.

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Post time 2012-2-3 17:40:25 |Display all floors
This post was edited by chinoamigo at 2012-2-13 00:01


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Post time 2012-2-4 03:44:03 |Display all floors

"A man got to do what a man got to do"

  It is about time (well past due, actually) that every household in Anglo's stolen land of U.S.,

Canada, Australia, NewZealand should start paying rent to Native people who had given up way

too much and receive too little in return for their land   and resources on it , for the past several

hundred years of colonization.

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Post time 2012-2-6 00:05:47 |Display all floors
Food Stamps And The End Of The American Empire

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Charting the explosive rise in California food stamp usage has been standard fare here at for several years now. Today, national figures for the SNAP (Supplemental Nutritional Assistance Program) were released and, once again, hit a new record.

Nearly 46 million Americans are now taking food stamps, and the growing numbers advanced at 8.1% over just the past year. Because so many of these are children, I was quite interested in a recent study out just last week from the Bertelsmann Foundation.

Looking at overall economic conditions among just OECD members, here is their ranking of child poverty among the developed nations of the world. | see: Social Justice in the OECD – How Do Member States Compare? (PDF).

That the United States currently ranks near the bottom of OECD member states (28 out of 31) is frankly no surprise. Inequality in the US has been growing for years but has accelerated post the 2008 crisis. Most usually, I try to tie such conditions to the rapid rise in energy costs that have befallen the United States over the past decade. However, while the production of food globally is inextricably linked to energy, I think there is frankly more of an issue of policy and investment that has driven the USA, with its still very high per capita income, to such shameful levels in child poverty rankings.
In this regard, a quote from David Graeber writing about the Occupy Wall Street Movement in The Guardian caught my eye:

When the history is finally written, though, it’s likely all of this tumult – beginning with the Arab Spring – will be remembered as the opening salvo in a wave of negotiations over the dissolution of the American Empire.

The likelihood that maintenance of the US Empire is no longer to the advantage of Americans is an issue I began to raise in 2010, while doing my Sunday night macro show on The extraordinary resources the US devotes to its global military presence is a kind of economic proposition, supposedly conferring an array of benefits to the domestic economy from security to free trade. However, that the country now has a problem feeding itself is a clear rebuttal to such a thesis.

How long, at current growth rates, before a full 15% of America is on food stamps? Indeed, Washington, with its self-absorbed focus on the its global apparatus, would do well to think about economic security here at home.


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Post time 2012-2-7 04:16:22 |Display all floors

Super Clever {:soso_e144:} Crook Mind + {:soso_e155:} THIEVERY  =  W.E.A.L.T.H    {:soso_e113:}       [ This Life on Earth ]

                                                                          =  ETERNAL HELL    {:soso_e109:}      [ After Death  ]

You can outsmart the world, but you can not outsmart HELL!

Is it worth it, Mr. smart guys?!

Haha haha!


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